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CARBON CARRIER – INTEGRATED CONCEPT FOR INNOVATIVE INTERIOR STRUCTURES

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Technologies for economical and functional lightweight design

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With the common developed concept Carbon Carrier, Bertrandt and SGL show how new vehicle structures can be designed. In addition, it shows how it can be possible to make technologies visible and touchable to the end customer. The focus of the project is the use of available or soon available technologies for glass or carbon fibre reinforced plastics with a thermoset matrix or thermoplastic polymer matrix.

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Hage, M., Wagner, B., Preller, F. (2019). CARBON CARRIER – INTEGRATED CONCEPT FOR INNOVATIVE INTERIOR STRUCTURES. In: Dröder, K., Vietor, T. (eds) Technologies for economical and functional lightweight design. Zukunftstechnologien für den multifunktionalen Leichtbau. Springer Vieweg, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-58206-0_11

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