Heat Shielding of Automotive Components: Chemical Vapor Deposition Aluminized Fabrics Versus Laminated Aluminum Foil Fabrics 2008-01-1090
Compound materials, consisting of temperature proof glass fiber fabrics and a laminated aluminum layer, are compared in relation to material thickness in the range of up to 200°C to investigate their ΔT behavior under convection heat transmission and radiant heat. Two different technologies for production of 300°C materials are presented, and their advantages and disadvantages are explained. Supported by measurements, this article describes the dependence of the material tensile strength on temperature and temperature cycling.
Citation: Kirschning, M. and Darmstädter-Wilmsen, P., "Heat Shielding of Automotive Components: Chemical Vapor Deposition Aluminized Fabrics Versus Laminated Aluminum Foil Fabrics," SAE Technical Paper 2008-01-1090, 2008, https://doi.org/10.4271/2008-01-1090. Download Citation
Manfred K. Kirschning, Petra Darmstädter-Wilmsen
Zipper-Technik GmbH, Darmstädter GmbH
SAE World Congress & Exhibition
Advances in Lightweight Materials: Aluminum, 2008-SP-2209