Increased demands to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions force the automotive industry to consider alternative designs and new materials, as mass is one of the main factors influencing vehicle fuel consumption. Composite materials have demonstrated their ability to reduce structure weight in a variety of applications (e.g. aerospace and motorsports). Engineers must learn how to use composites to take advantage of their unique characteristics in the design of vehicle structures because composites have a unique set-up and behave very differently than traditional materials. Real-world examples are used in the seminar to provide a basic understanding of composite structure design. The foundations of composite design are then explained, both theoretically and practically.
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