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Adaptive, tolerant and efficient composite structures

Author: Martin Wiedemann; Michael Sinapius
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Research topics in aerospace.
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Polymer composites offer the possibility for functional integration since the material is produced simultaneously with the product. The efficiency of composite structures raises through functional integration. The specific production processes of composites offer the possibility to improve and to integrate more functions thus making the structure more valuable. Passive functions can be improved by combination of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Wiedemann; Michael Sinapius
ISBN: 9783642291906 3642291902
OCLC Number: 806059100
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 462 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Part 1. Multifunctional Materials --
Nano-Micro-Macro / Peter Wierach --
Piezocomposite Transducers for Adaptive Structures / Peter Wierach --
Nanoscaled Boehmites' Modes of Action in a Polymer and its Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic / Christine Arlt, Wibke Exner, Ulrich Riedel, Heinz Sturm and Michael Sinapius --
Advanced Flame Protection of CFRP Through Nanotechnology / Alexandra Kühn and Michael Sinapius --
Fundamental Characterization of Epoxy-Silica Nanocomposites Used for the Manufacturing of Fiber Reinforced Composites / Thorsten Mahrholz and Michael Sinapius --
Carbon Nanotube Actuation / Steffen Opitz, Sebastian Geier, Johannes Riemenschneider, Hans Peter Monner and Michael Sinapius --
Piezoceramic Honeycomb Actuators / Jörg Melcher --
Introduction / Martin Wiedemann and Michael Sinapius. Part 2. Structural Mechanics --
Validation Approach for Robust Primary Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Structures / Alexander Kling --
Simulation of Fiber Composites: An Assessment / Klaus Rohwer --
Modeling of Manufacturing Uncertainties by Multiscale Approaches / Janko Kreikemeier and David Chrupalla --
Experimental Determination of Interlaminar Material Properties of Carbon Fiber Composites / Daniel Hartung and Martin Wiedemann --
Impact and Residual Strength Assessment Methodologies / Luise Kärger, Jens Baaran and Anja Wetzel --
Improved Stability Analysis of Thin Walled Stiffened and Unstiffened Composite Structures: Experiment and Simulation / Dirk Wilckens, Alexander Kling and Richard Degenhardt --
Composite Process Chain Towards As-Built Design / Tobias Wille, Luise Kärger and Robert Hein --
Innovative Testing Methods on Specimen and Component Level / Falk Odermann and Tobias Wille. Part 3. Composite Design --
Compliant Aggregation of Functionalities / Christian Hühne, Erik Kappel and Daniel Stefaniak --
Boom Concept for Gossamer Deployable Space Structures / Marco Straubel and Michael Sinapius --
Local Metal Hybridization of Composite Bolted Joints / Axel Fink --
Payload Adapter Made from Fiber-Metal-Laminate Struts / Boris Kolesnikov, Daniel Stefaniak, Johannes Wölper and Christian Hühne --
About the Spring-In Phenomenon: Quantifying the Effects of Thermal Expansion and Chemical Shrinkage / Erik Kappel, Daniel Stefaniak and Christian Hühne --
Carbon Fiber Composite B-Rib for a Next Generation Car / Jörg Nickel and Christian Hühne --
Automated Scarfing Process for Bonded Composite Repairs / Dirk Holzhüter, Alexander Pototzky, Christian Hühne and Michael Sinapius. Part 4. Composite Technology --
Self-Controlled Composite Processing / Markus Kleineberg --
Continuous Preforming with Variable Web Height Adjustment / Henrik Borgwardt --
Sensitivity Analysis of Influencing Factors on Impregnation Process of Closed Mould RTM / Martin Friedrich, Wibke Exner and Mathias Wietgrefe --
Inductive Preforming / Dipl-Ing Tobias Ströhlein --
Combined Prepreg and Resin Infusion Technologies / Novel Integral Manufacturing Processes for Cost-Efficient CFRP Components / Robert Kaps and Martin Wiedemann --
Interactive Manufacturing Process Parameter Control / Markus Kleineberg, Nico Liebers and Michael Kühn. Part 5. Adaptronics --
Autonomous Composite Structures / Hans Peter Monner and Michael Rose --
Design of a Smart Leading Edge Device / Markus Kintscher and Martin Wiedemann --
Experimental Investigation of an Active Twist Model Rotor Blade Under Centrifugal Loads / Peter Wierach, Johannes Riemenschneider, Steffen Opitz and Frauke Hoffmann --
Noise and Vibration Reduction with Hybrid Electronic Networks and Piezoelectric Transducers / Martin Pohl and Martin Wiedemann --
Reduction of Turbulent Boundary Layer Noise with Actively Controlled Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Panels / Stephan Algermissen, Malte Misol and Oliver Unruh --
Active Structure Acoustic Control for a Truck Oil Pan / Olaf Heintze and Michael Rose --
Experimental Study of an Active Window for Silent and Comfortable Vehicle Cabins / Malte Misol, Stephan Algermissen and Hans Peter Monner --
Structural Health Monitoring Based on Guided Waves / Daniel Schmidt, Wolfgang Hillger, Artur Szewieczek and Michael Sinapius.
Series Title: Research topics in aerospace.
Responsibility: Martin Wiedemann, Michael Sinapius, editors.
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