Hybridmaterialien aus Karbon mit Baumwolle, Hanf und Holz

January 10, 2015

Carbon- und Glasfasern verstärken Kunststoffe so, dass sie für den Karosseriebau taugen. Aber auch in natürlichen Fasern – gewonnen aus Hanf, Baumwolle oder Holz – steckt diesbezüglich viel Potenzial.Kombiniert man biobasierte Textil- und Carbonfasern, erhält man extrem leichte und dennoch sehr stabile Bauteile.


via Karosserie aus Baumwolle, Hanf und Holz – sonnenseite.com.


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