Advanced Joining Technologies for Load and Fibre Adjusted FRP-Metal Hybrid Structures


  •  M. Klein    
  •  F. Podlesak    
  •  K. Höfer    
  •  H. Seidlitz    
  •  C. Gerstenberger    
  •  P. Mayr    
  •  L. Kroll    

Abstract

Multi-material-design (MMD) is commonly realized through the combination of thin sheet metal and fibre reinforced plastics (FRP). To maximize the high lightweight potential of the material groups within a multi-material system as good as possible, a material-adapted and particularly fibre adjusted joining technology must be applied. The present paper focuses on two novel joining technologies, the Flow Drill Joining (FDJ) method and Spin-Blind-Riveting (SBR), which were developed for joining heavy-duty metal/composite hybrids. Tests were carried out with material combinations which are significant for lightweight constructions such as aluminium (AA5083) and carbon fibre-reinforced polyamide in sheet thickness of 1.8 mm. The mechanical testing and manufacturing of those multi-material joints was investigated.



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  • Issn(Print): 1927-0585
  • Issn(Onlne): 1927-0593
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: quarterly

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