Faszination Hybrider Leichtbau 2018

29 to 30 May 2018

MobileLifeCampus, Wolfsburg, Germany

Introduction

Especially for the automotive industry, lightweight construction is a key technology for the development of sustainable and resource-saving mobility. Automotive manufacturers are facing different priorities such as customer desires, competition and legislation at the same time.

Hybrid structures that combine the advantages of different materials (e.g. fibre reinforced plastics and metals) feature an especially high potential for weight reduction whilst increasing the functionality of components. The future efficient use of function-integrated hybrid structures in vehicle manufacturing requires major innovations in the area of vehicle development and production technology.

There is a particularly high demand for new methods and technologies for “affordable” lightweight constructions for high-volume production considering the increasing requirements in terms of variant diversity, safety and quality.

For these reasons, new methods and technologies for the development and production of function-oriented, hybrid and high-volume production-ready lightweight solutions in vehicle manufacturing as well as the exchange of experience among experts from industry and science are in the limelight of this conference.

Topics:

  • Function integration through hybridisation
  • Innovative material concepts, semi-finished products and components for hybrid lightweight construction
  • Manufacturing process chains for hybrid structures and test concepts
  • Simulation and development methodology of the product development process & life cycle
  • Additive manufacturing strategies

Program Committee

Die Tagung Fasziantion Hybrider Leichtbau wird fachlich inhaltlich vom Programmausschuss unterstützt:

 

Prof. Klaus Dröder (Vorsitz)

TU Braunschweig/NFF

Prof. Thomas Vietor (Vorsitz)

TU Braunschweig/NFF

Prof. Klaus Dilger

TU Braunschweig/NFF

Peter Egger

ENGEL Austria GmbH

Dr. Lutz-Eike Elend

BMW Group

Prof. Hans Josef Endres

Hochschule Hannover/Fraunhofer WKI

Prof. Jürgen Fleischer

KIT

Prof. Mark Gonter

AutoUni

Prof. Christian Hühne

DLR

Dr. Andreas Löffler

IAV

Dr. Bernd Mlekusch

AUDI

Florian Rehr

ITS mobility

Dr. Torben Seemann

Fraunhofer-Projektzentrum

Dr. Oliver Schauerte

Volkswagen

 

Hotels

Wolfsburg Wirtschaft und Marketing GmbH has reserved hotel rooms for the participants of the conference "Faszination Hybrider Leichtbau". These can be booked by 23 April 2018.

To make a reservation, please use the online form or send the booking form to the contact persons at WMG by fax or e-mail: 

WMG Wolfsburg Wirtschaft und Marketing GmbH
Judith Herrmann | Manuela Laqua
Telefon: +49 53 61.899 94 - 77
E-Mail: tagungen@wmg-wolfsburg.de

Venue

MobileLifeCampus
Hermann-Münch-Str. 1
38440 Wolfsburg
Germany

 

 

By Car:

You can park your car in the car park of Autovision (Wolfsburg AG). There will be a shuttle service from the car park to MobileLifeCampus.

 

- Coming from A39 take exit Wolfsburg West at junction no. 3.

- On Heinrich-Nordhoff-Strasse at the first traffic light turn left to Wolfsburg AG

 

By Public Transportation:

The buses 203 and 204 will take you from the central bus station at Wolfsburg railway station almost directly to the entrance of MobileLifeCampus. It is only
a few metres from the bus stop (Brücke Sandkamp) to MobileLifeCampus.

 

Programme

PROGRAMME ON 29 MAY 2018

[Lecture Room 1 & 2]

Opening

Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Dröder, TU Braunschweig –

Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology

08:00

Registration

09:00

Welcome

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Dröder, TU Braunschweig – Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Kaysser-Pyzalla, President of TU Braunschweig

09:30

Keynote:

Digitalisation and Mobility for All

Johann Jungwirth, Chief Digital Officer, Volkswagen AG

10:00

SPP 1712 – Intrinsic Hybrid Composites for Lightweight Structures

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Fleischer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) – wbk Institute of Production Science

10:30

Coffee Break

PARALLEL SESSIONS

[Lecture Room 2]

Lightweight Construction in Industrial Applications

Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Dröder, TU Braunschweig –

Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology

[Lecture Room 1]

Additive Manufacturing for Series

Applications

Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Josef Endres, Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

10:45

Hybrid Multi-Material Construction in the A8

Frank Venier, Audi AG

Potentials of Hybrid Lightweight Construction in Additive Production with Arc and Wire

Sebastian Recke, GEFERTEC GmbH

11:15

Lightweight Challenges for Scania

Ingegerd Annergren, Scania

In Search of the Diamonds – 3D Printing on its Way Towards Automotive Series Production

Hannes Zapf, Fraunhofer Institute for Additive Manufacturing Technologies IAPT

11:45

Hybrid Lightweight Construction at Porsche Taking the 3D Hybrid A-Pillar as an Example

Dr.-Ing. Phillipp Kellner, Porsche AG

Additive Production of Tailored Stack & Blanks from Thermoplastic UD-Tapes

Ingo Karb, Compositence GmbH

12:15

Hybrid Lightweight Construction in A380 and the Future of Cross-Industry Lightweight Construction

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Wiedemann, German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems

SuperTooler – FDM/Milling Robot-center for Efficient Production of Large Forming Tools for Composite Processing

Bernd Luckas, robot-machining GmbH

12:45

Lunch Break/Exhibition

 PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

[Lecture Room 2]

 Functional Components
Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Hühne, German Aerospace Center – Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems

[Lecture Room 1]

Smart Production/
Smart Components

Session chair:

Dr.-Ing. Oliver Schauerte,
Volkswagen AG

 13:45

Hybrid Lightweight Construction in the Cockpit of the Future

Uwe Reske, IAV GmbH

Smart System Integration – Potentials and Challenges in the Integrated Condition Monitoring of Lightweight Structures

Michel Heinrich, TU Chemnitz/Fraunhofer-Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology

 14:05

Hybrid Components with Function Integration for Crash Related Applications in Electromobility

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lothar Kroll, TU Chemnitz – Department of Lightweight Structures and Polymer Technology

Potentials of Load Carrying Conductor Tracks in New Vehicle Structures

Alexander Pototzky, German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems

14:25

Composite Engine Block – Challenges for Design and Material

Dr. rer. nat. Christine Schütz, Melanie Jauernick, Volkswagen AG

Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Fiber Reinforced Biocomposites as Structutral Parts in Automotive Applications

Benedikt Lahl, Nikita Pyatov, Volkswagen AG

14:45

Conceptual Design of a Hybrid Lightweight Chassis Subframe Made of Glass Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic and Aluminum

Simon Pöhler, Paderborn University –Automotive Lightweight Construction

Life Cycle Oriented Vehicle Engineering – Towards Environmentally Sustainable Mobility

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Herrmann, TU Braunschweig – Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology;

Jan Hedemann, ifu Hamburg GmbH

15:05

Development of a Light-Weight Seat Structure Using a Hybrid Material Approach

Claudia Creighton, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, Carbon Nexus, Institute for Frontier Materials

 

15:25

OHLF Tour Group 1/Exhibition

 

15:35

OHLF Tour Group 2/Exhibition

 

15:45

OHLF Tour Group 3/Exhibition

 

15:55

OHLF Tour Group 4/Exhibition

 

Evening Reception 

17:35

Transport to Evening Event (optional)

18:00

Evening Reception at Wolfsburg Castle

ca. 22:00

End of the First Conference Day and Transport to the Central Station/City Centre (optional)

PROGRAMME ON 30 MAY 2018

[Lecture Room 1 & 2]

Keynotes

Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Vietor, TU Braunschweig –

Institute for Engineering Design

08:00

Registration

08:30

Keynote:

How Autonomous Driving Changes Our Living Environment and What it Means for the Automotive Future

Andreas Kurbos, studiokurbos GmbH

09:00

Biobased Materials for Exterieur Applications – Project BioHybridCar

Ole Hansen, Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

 

 

[Lecture Room 1 & 2]

Innovation Platform

09:30

Opening Innovation Platform

09:35

Keynote:

High-Tech Entrepreneurship: Opportunities and Challenges

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Reza Asghari, TU Braunschweig, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Head of Entrepreneurship Center, Head of Institute for E-Business

09:55

Elevator Pitches

Winners of High-Tech-Accelerator-Ideas Competition

10:10

Panel Discussion

10:30

Coffee Break

PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

[Lecture Room 2]

Lightweight Construction Cluster

Session chair:

Dr.-Ing. Torben Seemann,

Fraunhofer Project Centre Wolfsburg

[Lecture Room 1]

Open Hybrid LabFactory

Session chair:

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Löffler, IAV GmbH

10:45

LIGHTer - The Swedish Multi-Sectorial

Lightweight Arena

Dr. Fredrik Stig, vice manager of LIGHTer

ProVorPlus – Development of a Battery Tray in Hybrid Design

Dr.-Ing. Sierk Fiebig, Volkswagen AG

11:05

ARENA2036: Achieving Lightweight Design through Functional Integration

Daniel Michaelis, University of Stuttgart – Institute of Aircraft Design

Holistic Approach on Hybridisation of Body Structure Components in Large-Scale Production

Lars Spresny, IAV GmbH

11:25

Cluster of Excellence “MERGE – Technologies for Multifunctional Lightweight Structures“

Michael Heinrich, TU Chemnitz, Cluster of Excellence MERGE

Hybrid Construction. Current Overview on the Potentials Used in Automobile Manufacturing

Benjamin Bader, TU Braunschweig – Institute for Engineering Design

11:40

VDMA Working Group on Hybrid Lightweight Technologies

Dr. Walter Begemann, German Mechanical Engineering Association (VDMA)

Data Mining Applications in Manufacturing of Lightweight Structures

Sebastian Gellrich, TU Braunschweig – Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology

12:00

The Contribution of the Industry Association Carbon Composites and its Leading Edge Cluster MAI Carbon to Production Technologies, Recycling and Sustainability of CFRP

Hubert Jäger, Dr. Tjark von Reden,

Carbon Composites e. V. (CCeV)

Development and Numerical Validation of Combined Forming Processes for Production of Hybrid Parts

Moritz Micke, Leibniz Universität Hannover – Institut für Umformtechnik und Umformmaschinen (IFUM)

12:20

Lunch Break/Exhibition

PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

[Lecture Room 2]

New Production Technologies

Session chair:

Dr.-Ing. Lutz-Eike Elend, BMW Group

[Lecture Room 1]

Material Concepts 1

Session chair:

Peter Egger, ENGEL Austria GmbH

13:05

Hybrid Molding of Carbon Fiber Materials - Concepts for High Volume Automotive Applications

Marcel Remp, Mitsubishi Chemical Carbon Fiber & Composites Inc.

Coil-based Hybrid Semi-Finished Product for Innovative, Firmly Bonded Structural Steel/Plastic Components

Dr. Fabian Schongen, Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG

13:25

Fibre-Reinforced Plastics Perfectly Bonded – Investigation of the Adhesion of Injection Moulding and FRP

Paul Zwicklhuber, ENGEL AUSTRIA GmbH

PP-Rods - Load-Path-Oriented and Cost-Neutral Continuous Fiber Reinforcement of Injection Molded Components

Dr. Fabian Fischer, Volkswagen AG

13:45

Material- & Process Characterization of Fibre-Metal-Elastomer Laminate Components  with High Forming Degrees

Sven Roth, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) – wbk Institute of Production Science

Film-Adhesives for Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures: From Laboratory to Close-to-Production

Andreas Wedemeier, Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH

 

14:05

Novel Material and Manufacturing Concepts for the Medium Volume Production of Lightweight Composite Body Panels

Marton Kardos, Volkswagen AG

Testing of Metal Connections Using Adhesive Bonding Combined with Self-Piercing Riveting

Matthias Reil, BMW Group

14:25

Processing of hybrid materials and fibre

reinforced Plastics

Yvonne Gürtler, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH

Application of innovative material concepts for safety lightweight inside cars using alternative powertrains

Stefan Lindner, Outokumpu Nirosta GmbH

14:45

Coffee Break 

 

[Lecture Room 2]

Design and Simulation of Hybrid

Structures

Session chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Vietor, TU Braunschweig –
Institute for Engineering Design

[Lecture Room 1]

Material Concepts 2

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Dilger, TU Braunschweig –

Institute of Joining and Welding

15:00

Innovative Hybrid Material Concepts and their Virtual Safeguarding

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Gleich, inpro Innovationsgesellschaft für fortgeschrittene Produktionssysteme in der Fahrzeugindustrie mbH

Properties, Process Combinations and

Application Potentials of Self-Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites

Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Angela Ries, University of Kassel – Institute of Materials Technology, Heterogeneous Materials

15:20

Carbon Carrier – Integrated Concept for Innovative Interior Structures

Frank Preller, Bertrandt AG

The Best Properties from Thermoplastics and Thermosetting Resins Combined in Fiber Reinforced Plastics for Improved Productivity and Properties

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hartwig, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM 

15:40

Tailored Stacked Hybrids – An Optimization-Based Approach in Material Design for Further Improvement in Lightweight Car Body Structures

Alan A. Camberg, Paderborn University

Improving the Durability of Bio Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Plastics by Plasma Treatment

Dr. Florian Bittner, Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

16:00

A Manufacture Constrained Design

Methodology Application for a Tailored

Forming Hybrid Component

Renan Siqueira, Leibniz Universität Hannover – Institute of Product Development

FAUSt: Material Characterisation of Low-Cost Foam Materials under Real Process Conditions for RTM-Large-Scale Production

Mark Opitz, German Aerospace Center –Institute of Composite Structures and Adaptive Systems

16:20

New Development Approach for 3D Hybrid Structures

Frederic Masseria, ESI GmbH

Tools for optimization of hybrid joints

Dr. Andreas Reeb, Swerea

 

Closing

16:40

Closing Remarks & Awarding Ceremony of Best Paper Award

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Vietor, TU Braunschweig – Institute for Engineering Design

16:55

End of Conference

 

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Leightweight construction is one of the most important topics for future vehicle concepts in the automotive industry, especially regarding the aspects digitalization, electromobility and  energy and resource efficiency.

The LeichtbauCampus enables research and development of new and innovative lightweight construction concepts for the upcoming vehicle generations in a novel cooperation model. At the interface between science and industry, a unique infrastructure was created, that helps to transform ideas into innovations, which are reflected in sustainable progress in mobility..

www.open-hybrid-labfactory.de

 

 

 

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