Fraunhofer-Center for High Temperature Materials and Design HTL

Mission Statement

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.

Key Research Areas of Fraunhofer-Center HTL


Materials Ceramic Coatings Ceramics Component Design 3D Printing Components
Ceramic Fibers Metal-Ceramic-Composites Material Design CMC-Components
Manufacturing Processes Forming Material Testing Industrial Furnance Analysis Fiber Testing
Textile Engineering Thermal Processes Test Firing ThermoOptical Measuring Devices (TOM) Characterization


News of Fraunhofer-Center HTL

 

Interview about Fibre Pilot Plant Opening

In cfi's latest edition, Prof. Dr. Friedrich Raether was interviewed about the new building for a fibre pilot plant in Bayreuth.

 

Cluster-Forum "Fibre Composites"

The magazine "Ceramic Applications" published a review of the event at Fraunhofer-Center for High Temperature Materials and Design HTL.

 

New Paper

In Ceramic Applications 8/2020, the paper "Slurry-Based Environmental Barrier Coatings for Silicon Carbide and its Composites - a Straightforward Approach" by Joachim Vogt and Dr. Andreas Nöth has been published.

 

New Paper

In cfi 7-8/2020, the paper "Monitoring and Assessment of the Effect of Defects in Ceramics" by Dr. Gerhard Seifert and Jan-Marcel Hausherr has been published.

 

New Paper

In cfi 3-4/2020, the paper "From Prototyping to Serial Production - 3D Printing in Ceramic Manufacturing" by Prof. Dr. Friedrich Raether and Joachim Vogt has been published.