Parameter Investigation for the In-Situ Hybridization Process by Deep Drawing of Dry Fiber-Metal-Laminates

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A newly developed in-situ-hybridization single-step process for the manufacturing of formed fiber-metal-laminates (FML) was introduced in previous works. During the deep drawing process, the fabric layer is infiltrated with a low-viscous thermoplastic matrix in a resin transfer molding process. The matrix polymerizes after the forming is completed. First parts could be manufactured successfully, but the influence of many process parameters continues to be unknown. The interaction of fiber and metal layer (DC04) on the formability of the FML is experimentally investigated by the deep drawing of FML parts without matrix injection. Parameters tested were the blank holding force, tool lubrication as well as different surface treatments of the metal sheet. Fiber breakage was observed after deep drawing of the dry FML. The deep drawn metal sheets were analyzed by surface strain measurements. The formability was then assessed by comparing the measured surface strains to a forming limit curve obtained by Nakajima-tests of the metal-fiber-metal stack. The results of the parameter investigation during dry deep drawing are analyzed to understand the influence of the process parameters on the in-situ hybridization process containing matrix injection.
TitelProduction at the Leading Edge of Technology : Proceedings of the 12th Congress of the German Academic Association for Production Technology (WGP), University of Stuttgart, October 2022
HerausgeberMathias Liewald, Alexander Verl, Thomas Bauernhansl, Hans-Christian Möhring
Anzahl der Seiten9
ISBN (Print)978-3-031-18317-1
ISBN (elektronisch)978-3-031-18318-8
PublikationsstatusErschienen - 01.01.2023
VeranstaltungConference - 12th Congress of the German Academic Association for Production Technology (WGP) - Universität Stuttgart , Stuttgart, Deutschland
Dauer: 11.10.202214.10.2022
Konferenznummer: 12

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Acknowledgements. The authors would like to thank the German Research Foundation (DFG) for funding the projects BE 5196/4-1 and BE 5196/4-2. The deep drawing oil was kindly provided by Raziol Zibulla and Sohn GmbH. The authors would like to thank Mr. Marvin Gerdes for the help in performing experiments.

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