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hi good afternoon ladies and gentleman and thank
you very much for their kind introduction
i would like to give your presentation about about that potential of marble from
base structures but automotive industry and we have a lot a lot
about these uh structures this afternoon and i think my presentation is a a
good a closure to this uh give presentations we have up already
at first i would like to to uh give you some impressions about our institute the uh steve
isaacs and text that research institute income it's our profile you can see in this light
uh the uh as remain columns in or uh justify are the centre of excellence
in ovens yeah i come from the centre of for text highlighted engineering
is a very new and young part of our institute and the innovations and or
technical tax status of course we have a department for services and
uh like a credit it a test laboratories and certification departments and
so on and a centre for the transfer of our results
the coming to the centre of excellence in one opens what our minefields of excellence
this or that forming about bonding we have nearly all technologies
in dispute them in our institute is often when a one a a customer asked me
but uh i told him we have nearly all technology is and he
asked me for chemical bonding and i have to say this
just the technology we have martin our insecure what we can do but it's not a very common
so we have a that after treatment of number opens a month
opens recycling the this is where i come from mainly
the last you know the last thirty years i deal with um uh the normal from this recycling and
non woven send a it's very familiar them that the guys out these of those skills of research
we have also tailor made product developments testing and certification services
connecting with our developments and uh a new centre for light text are lightweight engineering
uh yeah make use of research into centre are the recycling uh
to reuse of textile high performance materials like carbon fibres
the processing of text i there's especially from carbon fibre based by
the use of a modified cutting and during the technologies
and the year uh can also about forming that recycling or high performance fibres
and according technology old a random number of them technology you
can see the right hand side and the bottom picture
yeah you're uh you can see it can get an impression about
the the russians we have installed on the right hand side
according device and the left inside and the only machine and in the centre of the picture you concede across the pro
and ah behind the cost of our we have a new budget machine pointing demand and
also stitch one thing machine for the the intended meant by by means of struts
that's it
so i come to of frost the example of our investigations as um
there are more of a older investigation that means the project was finished
yeah last year a buyer based materials full power into yours was um
in hey you found it a a project to call you people car
and the project project aims wrote develop green materialist of greater is likely plucky
um and text as substrates from uh uh we knew yeah but we knew it the resources
so the you synthetic fibres from p. l. r. uh p. l. it very very it's and natural fibres
and the our aim was to uh fulfil the
current technical requirements but if this new materials
so the basis five up to par development was part of
t. i. takes institute coming from a clay in spain
and they have a that done a lot of adults uh to
to bring the the p. l. a. five us into
uh i'm a former that makes him usable for automotive uses a
bit put a a as they add a lot of substances
and at the end you have a lot of off a fibre pipes to test him in our institute
so we have to go and also uh of the part of fibre developments
as you can see the p. l. a. five hours was a standard uh below if i
was a standard major works fibre and they at
a lot of substances to these fibrous
the open up in this project was to uh create a door panel
as and demonstrate all for for this uh uh uh materials
propose a that's really out sartre was the consisting
of a natural fibre composite as supporting logo
i'm here with the number of one of of number to the
as soon as we to mention need a bunch on over and as a soft
the so called soft touch arrow and numbers reason to go to it
oh fun fabric what is um materials uh there
are processed from from natural paste a fibrous
the natural fibre composite uh consists of and planned off a fifty per cent
of ham fibres and fifty percent of special p. l. a. fibre
does lead to mention me to punch was the consisting of
one hundred percent of the late fibres and the decorative
open public first made from coloured below a filament yawns
this world was the part of the i. t. a. in aachen
so you know that you can get an impression about uh the as a separate
fibre types that we find out uh at the end of the project
and the uh special interesting is the are the melting points of these
fibres equal to the spiel a fibrous the that the melting point
not in sixty four this was the so called p. p. like fibres
and the formatting the fire melting point at two hundred and seven
it tina decrease uh the courts um the t. t. like fibres
so only to to compare uh this uh to a special kind
of five was with the fibres normally used in this process
so the v. b. use to the p. p. like fibres in the model
part for the bit to open of the and and we used to
the the b. t. like fibres for plus the upholstery material here
we have two uh different fibre finest blend of fibre finances
a lot of the same uh consistency and the the
has a point being fibre indeed and the and the stuff touch they'll be uh at the uh at beagle
file uh by compliment fibre of the for made of polypropylene uh made of p. l. a. fibre stuff
melting points the one hundred and sixty three degree in the sheet and and
yeah two hundred and fifty and a decrease in the core
to develop that below five hours fulfil the processing requirements to be used in
the foreseen mumbled instructions this was the result the got in our investigations
and then the it gifted material to uh they're doing the industrial park
no for for testing and here you can see the test results
uh and you can see the uh to get an impression of the phases of our customer
mostly the looking very well so that means the the uh uh get to the
he get aims of the uh the investigations if our materials on the
right hand side you can see the our demonstrate or the
in in in in in complete tore into our panel so
that we can say the we have the the meat to aim of the project
so in the next part of my presentation i would like
to show you the potential of a problem fibres either
the best if i uh stealing of carbon fibre since two thousand and five you have a lot of you have done
a lot of investigations and the possibility of long carbon fibres
that means uh these are five also not filaments so
the first step the the but we have done was to cut drawings
into a stable fibres as raw material on the to to have
the steeple five also i love the at this time to twelve thirteen years ago
so in the second step uh be cut a carbon fibres was
starting from a recycled composite parts uh after uh by releases
our objectives was uh there are the fabrics might of recycling
problem fibres layout right now so it's by and mechanically operated that formation
you can see the pictures uh twelve years old pictures is a very uh
would the harding device of all cross leper and the uh
uh that feeding the the one hundred percent problem five about into a stitch bonding machine
i mean by the uh as you have seen before we are very better equipped with
new machines and this new picnic and we are able to process this fibres
into my movements very though
in this light you can see the sorting categories of carbon fibre waste we have a try paste
without any metrics this is also the the the
material we can process with our technique technology
we have that faced the data networks is not you out and we have costly to matt based
but uh to a matter exists all base you want this this could
be for instance print production rejects or end of life based
as i told you we uh we can process only did try paste and uh uh that based
and was lying placed a is needed to to go into a as a process is to
the the ring day and metrics out of the uh structures
for instance with uh the muscles of to apply releases
so our present activities the i. r. and resist the inverse refute of recycling
is the recycling of try based by using to and tearing process
and the possibility optimisation of carbon fibre softball polices
this kind of five versus a very difficult to process because there's
no nothing as the um the the problem no no the
agent on on surveys like you can find on on the top one five
hours uh uh to use them from from a try production based
the uh uh do some investigations in separation
between us different physical methods to separate
that carbon fibres and non carmel and um and fibre material is for
instance to stewing stewing sweats you can find in in in a separate the
fabrics the carbon fibre fabrics this means to remove affixed anise fibrous
be doing we're doing a investigations and blending
of a recycled carbon fibre sleeve also
fibres as ballast polypropylene fibres as an oral polyester fibres as metrics five us
and as you will see later the the test the effects of natural fibres
in the future but formation um be a are able to use the
the cutting process of last fibre to match and uh since
and a half euro we are able to uh use uh an
l. a. process uh to get a random that formation
be a or b. of doing investigations the outer in to identity funding muzzle it's like
spun lays spending a and what we are doing are also is a two
a form these recycled carbon fibres into his liver and a young formation yeah
a formation yes
so the problem uh five always three treatment as i told you use a a modified uh
caring process coming from from normal textile recycling processes
but uh it's a specialist some special things like that form of the pins and uh speeds of the
the process and in in the pictures you can see the material before
the process and after the process during process and then the
speech on the right hand side you can see such as ewing's read
the python but yes that's right and this is uh sometimes
so uh a good for the customers to have such material in the carbon fibre plant
we are able to uh uh to get a five years but
never which lines of a sixteen millimetres that means the
the eighty five percent of the pretty cut lengths we have uh
playing on the material and this report throughput yeah volumes
are in an area of the around two hundred kilograms per hour rate of walking that if
and in my opinion no and i will opinion
this is uh it's and economical interesting saying
to well if such a process on the market the can find another
process but is this the does the throughput is not so high
so the and the field of that formation we are able to process uh
a long but not endless carbon fibre split it means of recording
principle and uh also by the means of ellie principle
you are able to process a one hundred percent cotton fibres
into a normal buttons or of course it's also possible
plans with also five hours in this natural fibres or they take pride was and the used entanglement
by means of that needed punchy and stitch bonding process as you can see the
two printed this in the pictures below and as i show you later yeah
the uh use also day i do and thank him for them
and think in and of the carbon fibre mobile that's
this is the next point the couple is project the the use of fight when think it meant
to the cat and the normal than from carbon fibres
the upon the first application of the span of those uh a spineless technology
for consolidating of a carbon fibre mumbled runs the the expected benefits
are in the areas offer five orientation service quality quality
actually in production team production means what you can see in the picture
on the right hand side the dust and i need a loom
after a processing problem fibres or as a fibrous is enormous and
they're using height wanting to mend you the the not get any test in in
in the air around the the process and in the case of problem fibrous
very important to have no not so much carbon fibre passed around
because there's a cop uh also and that big risk of electrical damage
but um disadvantage or the the the the as a side of this process
as we need to i fought for the process what the cleaning
so in in in this picture you can see the difference between
need attention span laced a a normal button it's the the
same sink as you can see all of the of the belief
as some of the small mother synthetic fibres for instance
the be fine found out that the intended mentor spotless technologies possible
trials with part of mobile than snake of one hundred
percent recycled carbon fibres and blends of carbon fibres
right on the basis plates are between two hundred a one hundred g. s. m. and two hundred and fifty g. s. m.
and to trying of data on weapons works very the the infrared field
you can see uh some uh and mechanical properties we have a carbon fibre content after
after all the the bringing did and not open and and books it
resentment rick's the around a twenty five percent and we have a
the from our point of view a good the properties in
the field of a in loose and things as strangers
so the the last uh now in of this uh project as the
c. f. blond project but uh the problem fibres else's ham fibres
and uh this is what i mean the for landing this natural fibres
coming back to to the first uh a project uh using canned as
uh uh uh a reinforcement fibre and b. t. v. s.
metrics fibres the going for out from this point
my idea was a duo see what's happened with uh the a substitute
a part of the of haven't for for the recycled carbon fibres
and i have first step of my project was the
boxes substitution of the ham fibrous by carbon fibres
yeah the favourite the the of one thousand six and not a compass parameter
this is what you can see in the in the first uh the role of this of the
table sixty percent natural fibres hemmed and forty percent
p. p. five or seven zero percent of
a problem five hours you can see the the ten size strange
and they also mechanical properties are the good enough i think
but uh uh see you can see also what seven
him the indy also rose and then then
i a substitute uh to natural fibres buy recycled
carbon fibres and didn't in this uh the
there twice i find found out the that that's the best way to substitute
fifty percent of the natural fibres that means thirty percent at all
of uh by a carbon fibres and now i yeah it was
interesting for me what's to see what's up and the in
the case i degrees that the debate of the fabric this this
was the that was the second step the reduction of mobile
phones basis late from one thousand six on the g. s. m. two eight hundred g. s. m. f. their favourite plant
yeah the results the you can see here i and the
the one thousand g. is um the uh the better results than the original uh
separate the above one thousand six hundred the g. s. m. and also
with eight hundred a cheese and they have a good results
that means at the and a sheriff's thirty percent recycled carbon fibre solos
up to fifty percent data protection without a loss of mechanical properties
this was uh the most important reside for me i
didn't expect it uh so uh impressive the that
that i can uh bring down the fabric of up to eight hundred g. s. m.
so you can see is some uh a molded parts uh as demonstrating round
uh parts uh in the the the the parts in the right hand side
you can see a towel a a stand in in our uh to
and yeah you you are invited to to to uh uh get the feeling of
this parts at the the weight off of the spots is very impressive for
a lot of customers uh was very uh uh impressed that they already
about this uh to the weight difference of these parts
the coming today and my results in the summary at the
fireplace the fibres are suitable for automotive good applications
the treatment off by carbon fibre headlight carbon based but modify
tearing process is technically feasible and uh of economic interest
direct formation by means of one not of carting using one of
those and cotton fibres on forest land apostles also fibres
as well as the full of mechanical act tenement is technically feasible
products have a profile of characteristics which qualifies them to
be used as in c. f. r. these structures
uh and
the is need to find applications and standards for this uh
uh the the very new product or fields of products
so i i d. and acknowledgement for the for the uh three
the projects we have uh done and and this fields and
i thank you for the attention and ability as a for my little pure english
maybe a comparable compared with the other speakers but i hope that was uh
two and that was understandable for you uh i i would like to invite you to visit us and uh
dollar stanton uh india also all stand numbers something six thirteen i'm

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Welcome note
Mr Jan Ketteman, Consultant, Chemicals and Technical Consumables Schlegel & Partner, Germany
4 April 2017 · 2:06 p.m.
The Mobility of the Future
Dominique Taffin, Senior Manager Industrial Design, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors
4 April 2017 · 2:10 p.m.
Q&A - The Mobility of the Future
Dominique Taffin, Senior Manager Industrial Design, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors
4 April 2017 · 2:31 p.m.
An industry in flux – From Motor City to Silicon Valley
Adrian Wilson, Editor Sustainable Nonwovens, Author Automotive Textiles
4 April 2017 · 2:38 p.m.
Q&A - An industry in flux – From Motor City to Silicon Valley
Adrian Wilson, Editor Sustainable Nonwovens, Author Automotive Textiles
4 April 2017 · 2:58 p.m.
The Success of Nonwoven Materials for Lightweight and Acoustic Efficient Components in Underbody Applications
Dr Egon Moos, Product Manager Underbody Systems, Röchling Automotive
4 April 2017 · 3:36 p.m.
Q&A - The Success of Nonwoven Materials for Lightweight and Acoustic Efficient Components in Underbody Applications
Dr Egon Moos, Product Manager Underbody Systems, Röchling Automotive
4 April 2017 · 3:54 p.m.
Potential of nonwoven-based structures for the automotive industry
Dr. Bernd Gulich, Saxon Textile Research Institute (STFI)
4 April 2017 · 3:59 p.m.
Q&A - Potential of nonwoven-based structures for the automotive industry
Dr. Bernd Gulich, Saxon Textile Research Institute (STFI)
4 April 2017 · 4:24 p.m.
Vote of thanks
Mr Jan Ketteman, Consultant, Chemicals and Technical Consumables Schlegel & Partner, Germany
4 April 2017 · 4:25 p.m.

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