Peter Linde

Adjunct Professor at Industrial and Materials Science

Peter Linde works as a research engineer in the area of aircraft integration and architecture at Airbus operations GmbH in Hamburg since 2002. Originally working with structural analysis, with focus on new materials, he has extended the work towards multifunctional materials, with focus on composites. Since ten years he has collaborated with Chalmers within the MAAXIMUS project, dealing with damage models for new composites. Since 2017 he works as a topic manager for the Clean Sky project SORCERER jointly with Chalmers, dealing with structurally integrated energy storage. These activities lead up to the adjunct professorship at Chalmers, working closely with Leif Asp. In this new function Peter will focus on innovative multifunctional lightweight technologies, such as integrated energy storage, thin ply composites, and applications of graphene in airframe structures.


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Effect of ply thickness and ply level hybridization on the compression after impact strength of thin laminates

A. Sasikumar, D. Trias, J. Costa et al
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing. Vol. 121, p. 232-242
Journal article

Impact and compression after impact response in thin laminates of spreadtow woven and non-crimp fabrics

A. Sasikumar, D. Trias, Josep Costa et al
Composite Structures. Vol. 215, p. 432-445
Journal article

Experimental characterization of multifunctional polymer electrolyte coated carbon fibres

Maximilian O H Schutzeichel, Thomas Kletschkowski, Peter Linde et al
Functional Composites and Structures. Vol. 1
Journal article

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Structural pOweR CompositEs foR futurE civil aiRcraft (SORCERER)

Leif Asp Material and Computational Mechanics
Peter Linde Material and Computational Mechanics
European Commission (Horizon 2020)

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