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Curved profiles for aerospace applications manufactured by Pultrusion

AeroPul

Curved profiles for aerospace applications manufactured by Pultrusion

Call for proposal: 
H2020-CS2-CFP02-2015-01
Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

This proposal addresses the topic JTI-CS2-2015-CFP02-LPA-02-10 “Development of pultrusion manufacturing applications” from the CLEAN SKY 2 Call for Proposals 02.

The project AeroPul is about the evaluation and demonstration of the pultrusion process for applications in an aerospace environment. Pultrusion process is a highly automated and continuous process capable of high manufacturing rates. The advantage of the pultrusion process is the combination of impregnation, forming and curing in a continuous process and therefore no autoclave is required. The project will demonstrate the pultrusion of curved reinforced profiles for primary and secondary structures.

  • Evaluation of carbon fibre textiles and resin system for the capability for pultrusion of primary and secondary aerospace structures
  • Manufacturing of two profiles to initially demonstrate the aerospace quality capability of the pultrusion process
  • Demonstration and evaluation of required mechanical performance, FST properties and quality inspection methods
  • Manufacturing a sample profile for secondary aircraft structures
  • Demonstration of the manufacturing of a representative curved part section for primary aircraft structure applications
  • Demonstration of the process robustness and the capability for high production rates
  • Demonstration of the capability to manufacture curved reinforced profiles by pultrusion
Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Lead Organisation: 

Faserinstitut Bremen Ev

Address: 
Am Biologischen Garten 2 Iw3
28359 Bremen
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€441,500
Partner Organisations: 

Thomas Gmbh + Co. Technik + Innovation Kg

Address: 
WALKMUEHLENSTRASSE 93
27432 BREMERVOERDE
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€264,950
Technologies: 
Development phase: