The DYNAFIB project is a collaborative project involving private companies and research centers.
Supported by the ID4CAR cluster, this collaborative project groups several partners in the Pays de la Loire region: Cooper Standard, Coriolis Composites, 3MO Performances, LIMATB, the CEMCAT and the ESTACA.
The aim of this project is to produce anti-vibration systems for automotive industry with a composite thermoplastic which include local continuous fibre reinforcement. The fibre placement system will allow to layup local continuous fibres in order to decrease the part weight and CO2 emissions.
The project also aims at optimizing the performance of materials in vehicle architecture: relief, eco-design, new materials.
This project is positioned perfectly in the strategic Materials and Architecture Vehicle (MAV) business area of the ID4CAR pole as well as the theme of its programs:
- Resistant relief techniques and structures
- Innovative materials, multifunctional and recycling process
- Behaviour, simulation, modelling
- Implementation of materials
The project carried out the following activities:
- Definition of antivibration parts whose structural components are defined in thermoplastic composites with continuous fibre reinforcements
- Study of an associated digital design product method.
- Definition of a process "mass" shaping continuous fibre reinforcements.
- Definition of a "mass" moulding process allowing integration of these reinforcements continuous fibres.
- Study of an associated numerical method design process.