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The functional additive is widely used by the aerospace industry for prepreg and resin-transfer molded carbon fiber-reinforced epoxy, is gaining ground in epoxy composites for automotive, and could be used for high-...
Published on: September 18, 2018
The sit-ski utilises SHD Composites MTC9800 graphene-enhanced product, applying the latest in UK R&D know-how to make the sit-ski faster, lighter and, more crucially, maximise performance. MTC9800 is a graphene...
Published on: April 23, 2018
The graphene based material has been incorporated in a carbon fibre prepreg to produce graphene-enhanced carbon fibre fishing rods for sale in both domestic and overseas markets. River Runs has reported an increase in...
Published on: March 5, 2018
Advanced Materials R&D Team Leader, Dr Dimitris Presvytis said: “We have used our expertise in dispersing nanomaterials in thermoplastics and resins to improve the properties of a carbon fibre composite, this is an...
Published on: November 14, 2017
Rogers Advanced Composites (RAC) is developing a composites centre located close to the Solent on the UK’s South Coast. This collaboration will enable RAC to access Haydale’s extensive technical know-how in composites, polymers and resins and to...
Published on: August 22, 2017
Led by Goddard scientist Theodor Kostiuk, the technology-development effort is aimed at giving the scientific com - munity a compact, reproducible, and relatively inexpensive telescope that would fit easily inside a CubeSat. Sensitive to the ultraviolet,...
Published on: July 20, 2016
These grant funded projects are: 1. The development of electrically conductive graphene enhanced adhesives for aircraft structures. The ability to conduct electricity throughout a composite aircraft fuselage, including bonded joints which are normally...
Published on: February 24, 2016
The properties reported for nanocarbons such as carbon nanotubes and graphene’s have generated interest for their use in composite materials. Theoretical predictions demonstrate the potential for significant improvements in strength, stiffness and multi-...
Published on: September 2, 2015
These results, particularly the increased damage tolerance, could have implications for the development of future composite structures, demonstrating the potential in future aircraft design for weight saving and the consequent environmental benefits such...
Published on: November 12, 2014
Fracture toughness studies of alumina-based CNT-reinforced laminates showed interlaminar reinforcement of laminates made with both marine and aerospace epoxies. But the results were not universal. “The aligned nanotubes help to bridge together the layers...
Published on: November 27, 2013
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