Presentation on theme: "MICRO- AND NANOCRYSTALLINE CERAMIC - METAL FUNCTIONALLY GRADED MATERIALS FOR TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS Katarzyna Pietrzak Grant agreement no.: 228869 SEVENTH."— Presentation transcript:
MICRO- AND NANOCRYSTALLINE CERAMIC - METAL FUNCTIONALLY GRADED MATERIALS FOR TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS Katarzyna Pietrzak Grant agreement no.: SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME THEME 4 – NMP: Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies
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KMM-NoE: ended international non-profit research association (AISBL) legally registered 13 March 2007 in Belgium for unlimited duration
Genesis: KMM-NoE (FP6) Results of investigations KMM-VIN Research and infrastructure potential 1 Idea of a new material (composition and morphology) for automotive and aerospace applications 2 Looking for end-users 3 Collaboration of scientist and industry partners MATRANS !!!
OBJECTIVE The main objective of the MATRANS is: – to develop the series of advanced metal-ceramic FGMs with enhanced, application-tailored properties targeted at specific applications in auto, aero-transport. – to promote comprehensive approach combining material processing, characterisation and modelling.
FGM I: Al 2 O 3 -Cu Al 2 O 3 - CuAg3Zr0.5 FGM II:Al 2 O 3 -NiAl Al 2 O 3 -Ni 3 Al FGMs to be: DEVELOPED CHARACTERISED MODELLED
APPLLICATIONS Valves Brake disk Thrusters
APPLI- CATION SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE FGM I Al 2 O 3 -Cu, Al 2 O 3 - CuAg3Zr0.5 Aero- space Thrusters improved lifetime by 50% (to be tested via Low Cycle Fatigue tests) improved erosion resistance at inner hot wall by 10% (to be tested with hot exhaust test) improved oxidation resistance at inner hot wall by 20 % (to be tested by thermo-gravimetric analysis, TGA) improved high temperature strength of hot wall material system by 20% maintained high thermal conductivity >300W/mK of hot wall material system lower thermal expansion than standard CuAg3Zr0.5 to reduce thermomechanical stresses Auto- motive Brake disks increased maximum material temperature in operation by 150 °C improved thermal conductivity by 40% reduced weight by 20% increased thermal shock resistance to avoid warping (to be tested by tests of thermal shock and of high temperature deformation behaviour) increased friction behaviour and wear resistance in operation temperature range (to be tested in flat on flat wear tests at service temperatures) FGM II Al 2 O 3 -NiAl, Al 2 O 3 -Ni 3 Al Auto- motive Valves improved high temperature strength for maximum temperature 900°C improved corrosion resistance (wet corrosion, high temperature corrosion) by 30% reduced weight by 25% reduced friction torque in valve train by 10% wear resistance better than standard valvetrain by 40%
WP 1: Material requirements and preparation of starting materials T1-1 Definition of target applications, demonstrators and material requirements T1-2 Preparation starting materials WP 2: Processing of FGMs T2-1 Powder metallurgy T2-2 Metal infiltration T2-3 Spraying T2-4 Processing of FGM demonstrators WP 3: Characterisation of FGMs T3-1 Nano/microstructure and residual stresses T3-2 Mechanical and physical properties T3-3 Resistance to service conditions WP 4 Modelling T4-1 Modelling of FGM design T4-2 Modelling of FGM properties under service conditions T4-3 Modelling of uncertainties in FGM characterisation WP 5: Demonstration T5-1 Testing/evaluation of thruster components T5-2 Testing/evaluation of valvetrain components T5-3 Testing/evaluation of breaking discs components T5-4 Life cycle analysis WP 6: Management WP 7: Dissemination and networking Workpackages
List of beneficiaries European Virtual Institute on Knowledge-based Multifunctional Materials AISBL KMM-VIN Belgium Fraunhofer-Institut für Fertigungstechnik und Angewandte Materialforschung FRAUNHOFER Germany National Technical University of Athens NTUA Greece Politechnika Wroclawska WRUT Poland Ustav Materialov a Mechaniky Strojov Slovenskej Akademie Vied IMSAS Slovakia Cardiff University CU UK EADS Deutschland GmbH EADS Germany Centro Richerche FIAT CRF Italy Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH R-TECH Germany Technische Universitaet Kaiserslautern UNIKL Germany
KMM-VIN Belgium Instytut Technologii Materialow Elektronicznych (ITME), Poland Instytut Podstawowych Problemow Techniki Polskiej Akademii Nauk (IPPT), Poland Instytut Metalurgii i Inzynierii Materialowej Polskiej Akademii Nauk (IMIM), Poland Technische Universitaet Darmstadt (TUD), Germany Politecnico di Torino (POLITO), Italy Universita Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM), Italy
MATRANS Consortium (16 partners) Processing ITME Warsaw (PL) IFAM Dresden (D) TU Darmstadt (D) IMSAS Bratislava (SK) NTUA Athens (GR) POLITO, Torino (IT) WTU, Wroclaw (PL) Characterisation IMIM Cracow (PL) UNIVPM Ancona (IT) NTUA Athens (GR) IFAM Dresden (D) Modelling IPPT Warsaw (PL) UWC Cardiff (UK) TU Darmstadt (D) TU Kaiserslautern Industry/SME CRF Fiat (IT) EADS (D) Steinbeis R-Tech (D) Duration: 3 years ( ) EC grant: 3.6 M START DATE: 1 Feb. 2010
Previous experience in FGMs and preliminary results Poluethylene foam Ceramic preform Powder metallurgy Metal infiltration
75%Al 2 O 3 -25%Me 25%Al 2 O 3 -75%Me 50%Al 2 O 3 -50%Me Previous experience in FGMs and preliminary results
Me Al Al 2 O 3 Steel Previous experience in FGMs and preliminary results