Fraunhofer-Center for High Temperature Materials and Design HTL designs energy-efficient heating processes and thus contributes to the sustainable technological progress of society. It develops high-temperature materials, high-temperature components and high-temperature measuring methods, thereby optimizing thermal processes. The HTL works with systematic methods on a high scientific-technical level. The primary goal is the implementation of its developments in the industry.
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News from the Fraunhofer Centre HTL
On 23.06.2021 the HTL will offer a workshop on "Cost-effective fibre composites for application temperatures up to 1000°C". The event will take place online.
The AirfOx project started on 1 January 2021. The aim is to develop a technology with which a near-net-shape 3D preform of engine blades for aircraft gas turbines can be integrally woven from oxide ceramic fibres and made suitable for series production.