Computergestützte Multiebenen-Simulationen zur optimierten Auslegung von CFK-Bauteilen

DFX 2011: Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium Design for X, Tutzing nr. Munich, Germany, 11.-12.10.2011

Year: 2011
Editor: Krause, D.; Paetzold, K.; Wartzack, S.
Author: Zapf, Jochen; Rieg, Frank
Section: Design for Cost und Leichtbau
Page(s): 207-216


Carbon fiber reinforced plastics are well suitable for lightweight constructions due to their mechanical properties (high Young’s modulus and stiffness) and their low specific weight compared to classic design materials. Possible applications open up for use in e.g. aircraft, racing vehicles and supporting systems. With the help of modern computer-aided calculation methods (CAx-tools) potentials, and thus stability, durability and ultimately the cost can be positively affected. This contribution will explain a methodological multi-level approach on the efficient application and combination of Finite Element Methods used for carbon fiber reinforced structures.


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