DGM - dIALOG

DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

This issue gives you an insight into the world of cellular materials. The variety of possible combinations of material and structure, which provides access to novel material combinations, composite materials and material composites, will be explained to the reader. In the 13 articles available you will find an overview from basic research to the application of cellular structures: From additives to manufacturing processes, from functionalization and characterization to cellular glasses and applications in medical technology!


DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

Lightweight construction plays a central role as a design philosophy. Wherever resources have to be conserved and energy consumption kept to a minimum, weight-reducing materials or their combinations are the first choice across all industries because of their distinctive properties. Not only in the automotive industry or in aerospace technology is there a trend towards multi-material use: sandwich composites made of glass fibre reinforced plastics (GRP) with balsa wood or high-performance concrete are currently revolutionising bridge construction. But light metals will also gain in importance in the coming decades.


DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

Through future-orientated research and development in the field of "Functionalisation of Surfaces", more productive, cheaper and sometimes new production processes often result. With these, existing products can be optimised, innovative products can be produced and new fields of research e.g. nanotechnology or biotechnology can be developed.


DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

The emphasis in this edition is on the SFB 692 at the Technical University of Chemnitz. Under the heading "High-strength aluminium-based lightweight materials for safety components", this joins together, through interdisciplinary cooperation, expertise from the fields of materials science and technology, surface and joining technology, mechanics and economics sciences.

  • Project area A: Material Design/Semi-finished Products
  • Project area B: Surface/Interface
  • Project area C: Characteristics/Simulation/Models
  • Project area D: Processes/Tools/Facilities
  • Project area G: Guest Project GP1
  • Project area T: Transfer Area
  • Project area Z: Administration/Organisation

DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

  • „Intelligent“ ceramic filters for high stress safety components
  • Insight into hot melting and minute structure
  • Non-rusting steels
  • Welding with magnetic fields
  • Modern coating processes
  • Materials scientists discover structural damage on high-rise buildings and bridges with drones
  • The "inner life" of materials
  • The basics of eddy current testing
  • 2015 Materials Week

DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

  • Mechanical surface treatment
  • Non-destructive testing
  • Material testing and damage analysis in plastics technology
  • Endless fibre-reinforced plastic building components
  • 3D-Omega reinforcing profile for large-scale production
  • High performance textile materials and structures
  • Concepts in the refractory sector for innovations in high temperature processes
  • Shot blasting as a procedure for a longer service life
  • Machining modern materials

DGM - dIALOG

In the "DGM- dIALOG - Materials Science and Engineering" the DGM presents innovative research findings from various areas of Materials science and engineering. The series, which is published together with the Institute for Scientific Publications (IWV), is aimed at science and industry as well as MatWerk young talent and interested members of the public.

Themes in this edition:

  • Engineered ceramic components open up new possibilities
  • Electrical fatigue: From Laptop to diesel injection system
  • Lightweight construction with textiles: A vision becomes reality
  • Lightness? – but for sure! 
  • Success between research and industrial use
  • Young talent and an interdisciplinary approach in Materials Science and Engineering