Process optimization for high-temperature aerospace applications

Abstract : Nowadays, the aircraft parts that are installed in zones subjected to temperatures between 200°C and 400°C are almost entirely metallic. Alloys based on aluminium, titanium and steel dominate these zones while composites are a no-go for this temperature range. This is due to the limitation in operating temperatures of conventional thermosets as well as the lack of economic viability of ceramic-matrix composites at temperatures below 400°C. Simulation of a known process, combined with innovative materials, might overcome the rule and increase the percentage of composites used in the "warm" zones of aircraft.
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Rogelio Cecena, Benjamin Boniface, Gilles Dusserre. Process optimization for high-temperature aerospace applications. JEC Composites Magazine, JEC Group, 2018, Marine, pp.27-29. ⟨hal-01944133⟩

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