Contact

Dr. Xaver Steemann
M.Sc. Chemist
Expert for energetic materials & airbag fuels

Mail: xaver.steemann@remove-this.gwp.eu
+49 8106 9941 10

Energetic Materials: Short-time dynamic experiments

In the experimental setups of the GWP, short-term dynamic material stresses caused by temperature and pressure shocks can be investigated. Targeted short-term loading of material samples can be used to test and investigate not only the reactions of the material, e.g. in the form of fatigue and damage, but also innovative processes for the functionalization or modification of materials, surfaces and structures on a laboratory scale.

Examples include the investigation of the effects of short-term heat-pressure stress on surface-coated material or process development for the targeted induction of wafer fractures along crystallographically defined directions.

Also, compressive loading and bursting tests on molded parts and housings under both static and short-time dynamic loading can be experimentally investigated in our laboratories. The results of these investigations are of outstanding interest when it comes to the design of pyrotechnic articles or components subject to special stresses.

Airbag Kanne
Gasgeneratur geöffnet
Delaboration Gasgeneratoren
Explosion Airbaganzünder
Doppelte Normierung
Klimaprüfung an Pyrotechnik
verbackene Treibladung

Society for Materials Testing
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GWP Gesellschaft für Werkstoffprüfung mbH
Georg-Wimmer-Ring 25
85604 Zorneding/München
Germany

Tel. +49 8106 994110
Fax +49 8106 994111
www.gwp.eu

Handelsregister München
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General Manager
Dr. Julius Nickl