Hmm.... Plenty of medical insurance available?
I think you will find the answer is "No, not as like-for-like sizes and dimensions".
People do indeed build CF trikes but the requirements of the CF members are very different from "16 Gauge".
Odd I thought carbon fiber was the miracle material and stronger than superman. I won't dispute it with you as the designer you know better than I do but I was looking at the pre formed square and round tubes and joiners like here
It sure is.
And you will need to be a superman of knowledge in order to make it hold up.
There is LOT more to it than something simple like normal fiberglass.
You should follow your passion, but do let me say that there is nothing here that will aid you in that goal.
No design here is suitable, and there is almost no info on carbon or aluminum designing here.
Perhaps your trials, failures, and wins will be the first?
Looking the plans over I can see how you rely on the properties of steel for more than strength but flexibility etc. so even if a carbon tube had the necessary strength I can see how it wouldn’t have the other necessary properties
Seems you rely on a specific amount of chassis flexibility as a form of suspension that carbon fiber would not have
I will stick with the known as opposed to trying the unknown
Carbon fibre diamond frame bikes have been around a while but they use almost perfect triangulation to keep all forces along the length of tubes. A recumbent uses a frame design that places many forces perpendicular to the length making it a serious issue. Utilising full suspension would mitigate that to some degree. How much I do not know. I would expect any failure to be sudden and dramatic, not to mention painful. There are a few high end carbon recumbents such as the NOCOM but these use a monocoque design with massive inherent strength that is exceeding difficult to replicate, explaining why they are high end.
I think if I was an engineer I could design a simple truss frame from carbon fiber tubes that would work but, alas, I am not an engineer. This is a simple truss from 1" square tubes carrying over 2,800 pounds but then again some of those balsa wood truss designs carry a amazing amount of weight. I know it is a different application but then again essentially a diamond bike frame is simply a different type of truss.
A truss would distribute forces well but making one small enough to be practical would be difficult. I did consider carbon for my current project - a fat tyred SWB recumbent bike using round tube with internal steel joints in a similar but reverse manner to how the old brazed frames used to be made but decided to stick to steel as I could find very few examples of what I was considering.
recumbents.com has information on building carbon composite bikes and trikes, good reading. Mono tube bikes and trikes need large diameter (50-65mm)and thicker wall (2mm or more) tubes. Read the information on recumbents.com before building carbon bikes!