publication . Article . 2006

Compression moulding of glass and polypropylene composites for optimised macro- and micro- mechanical properties. Part 4 : technology demonstrator - a door cassette structure

Wakeman, M. D.; Cain, T. A.; Rudd, C. D.; Brooks, R.; Long, A. C.;
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  • Published: 26 Jun 2006
  • Country: Switzerland
A systematic study of the effects of charge composition and process parameters is presented for a prototype automotive part (a door cassette) produced by compression moulding from glass fibre and polypropylene composites. This follows previous studies (Parts I–III) of the process-property relations for commingled glass and polypropylene fabrics, glass-mat thermoplastics (GMTs) and sandwiched structures of commingled fabric shins with a GMT core. The scope and function of the component is described together with details of the moulding experiments with GMT and fabric combined as a pre-laminated sandwich and a GMT charge with local areas of fabric to provide ...
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