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GRP-based design solutions for motorsports

Carbon is a composite material and differs significantly from quasi-isotropic materials like steel and aluminium. As with glass fibre reinforced plastics, the material properties are direction-dependent. With a density of approx. 1.6 g/cm³, the material is very light, while maintaining good rigidity and vibration behaviour. If you want to increase the rigidity of a GRP component, it is often sufficient to use a blend of glass and carbon fibres.

Carbon components are very light, with a density of approx. 1.5–1.8 g/cm³.

With the right design, carbon components can far exceed the mechanical strength of metals.

Fibre composite materials make it possible to product components and designs that would only be cost-effective in other manufacturing processes if produced in large series. This is where fibre composite materials come into their own.

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0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds – thanks to carbon

Carbon is a composite material and differs significantly from quasi-isotropic materials like steel or aluminium. As with glass fibre-reinforced plastics, the material properties depend on the direction. With a density of approx. 1.6 g/cm³, the material is very light, while maintaining good rigidity and vibration behaviour. If you want to increase the rigidity of a GRP component, it is often sufficient to use a blend of glass and carbon fibres.

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