New Aerospace Materials

  • Author/Organiser: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V. (DGM)
  • Event Website: http://www.dgm.de/fortbildung/?tgnr=1229
  • Event Date: 20 June 2012 to 21 June 2012
  • Event Type: Workshop / Training Course
  • Venue: Cologne, Germany

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The aerospace industry places particularly high demands on performance, reliability and potential of lightweight materials. There have been some significant material developments focusing on this target driven application: The use of thermally and mechanically more robust alloys leads to more powerful and efficient engines; High-strength aluminum alloys and composite materials reduce weight in demanding structural applications. New material developments in the aerospace industry could also find application in other high-technology industries.


Within this training seminar, some recent material developments in the aerospace industry will be presented, to show their potential application for other applications. It will include potential applications of metals, composite materials and innovative processes. The event is aimed at engineers, physicists and developers wishing to gain an overview of trends and bring this knowledge into development and research.

The course language will be German.

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