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SFB 871 - REGENERATION OF COMPLEX CAPITAL GOODS

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Picture: Aircraft turbine

Speaker:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Seume
Leibniz University Hannover

The Collaborative Research Centre 871 "Regeneration of Complex Capital Goods" aims to develop scientific principles for the repair of complex capital goods. The aim is to preserve or recondition as many components of the relevant overall system as possible so that the functional properties of the capital goods are restored and, ideally, improved.

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Source: sfb871.uni-hannover.de

SFB 1153 - PROCESS CHAIN FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HYBRID HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS THROUGH TAILORED FORMING

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Picture: Process chain

Speaker:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd-Arno Behrens
Leibniz University Hannover

The aim of the Collaborative Research Centre 1153  "Process chain for the production of hybrid high-performance components through tailored forming" is the realisation of a novel process chain for the production of load-adapted hybrid solid components using joined semi-finished products. In this way, components can be produced which can meet the required requirement profiles of the different structural and functional areas in the component much better than current components made of mono-materials.

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Source: sfb1153.uni-hannover.de

SFB 1368 OXYGEN-FREE PRODUCTION: PROCESSES AND EFFECTIVE ZONES IN AN OXYGEN-FREE ATMOSPHERE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

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Logo: SFB 1368

Speaker:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans Jürgen Maier
Leibniz University Hannover

The Collaborative Research Centre 1368 investigates the processes and mechanisms in processes of manufacturing, assembly and handling technology under (technically) complete exclusion of oxygen in order to gain a fundamental understanding of them and to open up a new field of research in oxygen-free production.

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Source: sfb1368.uni-hannover.de