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10. Internationales Fluidtechnisches
Kolloquium

8. - 10. März | 2016
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18:00   ics       Saal 4

Potential and application of lightweight hydraulic components

First author:
Andreas Ulbricht, CG Rail, Germany

Co-author(s):
Maik Gude, TU Dresden, Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)
Daniel Barfuss, TU Dresden, Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)
Michael Birke, TU Dresden, Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)

Abstract:
Hydraulic systems are used in many fields of applications for different functions like energy storage in hybrid systems. Generally the mass of hydraulic systems plays a key role especially for mobile hydraulics (construction machines, trucks, cars) and hydraulic aircraft systems. The main product properties like energy efficiency or payload can be improved by reducing the mass. In this connection carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) with their superior specific strength and stiffness open up new chances to acquire new lightweight potentials compared to metallic components.
However, complex quality control and failure identification slow down the substitution of metals by fiber-reinforced plastics (FRP). But the lower manufacturing temperatures of FRP compared to metals allow the integration of sensors within FRP-components. These sensors then can be advantageously used for many functions like quality control during the manufacturing process or structural health monitoring (SHM) for failure detection during their life cycle.
Thus, lightweight hydraulic components made of composite materials as well as sensor integration in composite components are a main fields of research and development at the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK) of the TU Dresden as well as at the Leichtbau-Zentrum Sachsen GmbH (LZS).