New research results on hybrid solid components

Hybrid drive shaft: Inductive heat treatment is one of the research topics studied within the scope of the CRC. (Photo: Leonard Menzel)

PZH | The latest novelties regarding the production of hybrid high-performance components will be presented to specialists and executives on 11 April 2018 at the Hannover Centre for Production Technology (PZH). On the occasion of the Industrial Colloquium, researchers of the Collaborative Research Centre "Tailored Forming" will talk to industry experts about their latest results.

Smaller size, lower weight, improved efficiency – the requirements for technical components have been increasing steadily. Further demands include a longer component lifetime and an extended functionality. Experts from science and industry will discuss possible solutions on 11 April 2018 at the Hannover Centre for Production Technology (PZH). 

On the occasion of the Industrial Colloquium on "Potential applications for hybrid high-performance components", researchers will present their latest research results of the Collaborative Research Centre "Tailored Forming" (CRC 1153). Experts from industry will explain present and future fields of application of hybrid components. 

The event especially addresses interested experts from industry who are involved in hybrid components. The registration form and further information are available (in German) under www.sfb1153.uni-hannover.de/sfb1153_industriekolloquium.html.

by Jonas Koß and Ingo Ross

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  • Hybrid drive shaft: Inductive heat treatment is one of the research topics studied within the scope of the CRC. (Photo: Leonard Menzel)
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