CRC 799: TRIP-Matrix-Composites

In 12 years of research, the Collaborative Research Center 799 has succeeded in developing innovative TRIP matrix composites based on TRIP steels and zirconium dioxide ceramics as well as efficient manufacturing and machining processes.


Producing TRIP-Matrix-Composites by powder metallurgical routes.
Scientists of TU Freiberg present results in the field of steel development … weiterlesen

Composite materials made of steel and ceramics. © TU Bergakademie Freiberg/ IKGB
With special processes to “marry” raw materials, TU Bergakademie Freiberg is enabling the production of highly innovative materials for components subject to high mechanical stresses. The combination of steel and ceramics could save lives in the future – in traffic accidents, for example. … weiterlesen

The University main building on Akademiestraße in Freiberg
TU Bergakademie Freiberg has been ranked fourth in a Germany-wide comparison of the amount of third-party grants and funding won per professor. This is evident from figures recently published by the German Federal Statistical Office on third-party funding statistics for the year 2015. … weiterlesen

Prof. Biermann with high-performance composite working material © Detlev Müller
On May 25, the German Research Foundation (DFG) decided to support the innovative research activity at TU Bergakademie Freiberg with a third funding period until 2020 in the scope of Collaborative Research Center SFB 799 "TRIP-MATRIX-COMPOSITE". … weiterlesen

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