Production Technologies for Composite Parts

In the first two lectures a short introduction to composites and the production technologies at the LCC will be given.  The aim of the practical training is to manufacture a composite part according to specific requirements in groups of four students.  Each group must choose two different production technologies for their part.  After manufacturing, the parts will be tested mechanically.

Figure: Axle mounting of an allround-longboard which was developed by students in the practical course “Production Technologies for Composite Parts”. The deck was manufactured using liquid-composite molding of woven fabrics and a core made from balsawood
SupervisorKlaus Heller, M.Sc.
CycleWS + SS
TypePractical Course
Max. number of participants16
Examwritten exam, calculations and final presentation
Detailsfurther information (lecture content, room number, registration) can be found in TUMonline.
DocumentsMoodle.TUM (requires registration).