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The roof cover, which boasts a visually appealing surface, can be manufactured in one large piece with complex shapes and is suitable for mass production. The roof cover is adopted for the world’s first mass-produced fuel...
Published on: November 2, 2017
Sigrafil 50k carbon fiber is often used as basis for applications in the fields mobility and energy – from the automotive industry to aerospace, through to wind energy. The new generation of these large-tow fibers is particularly suited for automated...
Published on: June 26, 2017
The research, published by the journal Scientific Reports online on Feb. 28, represents a "significant advance" in the development of micro-extrusion 3D printing techniques for carbon fiber, the authors reported. "The mantra is 'if you could make...
Published on: March 6, 2017
Carbon fibre composites remain niche products in cars primarily due to the high cost of materials and manufacturing, despite the weight reduction, improved performance and aesthetic appeal they provide. This project aims to solve these problems by...
Published on: February 20, 2017
The grant by the Washington State Department of Commerce, from its Clean Energy Fund 2 program, will allow purchase and installation of equipment to recycle carbon fiber scrap from the aerospace industry into value-added products.Production...
Published on: September 29, 2016
The zero-fuel Solar Impulse 2 aircraft landed in Abu Dhabi today, completing the final leg of its 40,000 km trip. Décision, based in Ecublens, Switzerland, is proud to have collaborated with Solar Impulse since the beginning of the project in May 2003,...
Published on: August 3, 2016
The process, developed by a team led by Adrian Sabau of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, would replace the practice of preparing the surface of the materials by hand using abrasive pads, grit blasting and environmentally harmful...
Published on: May 27, 2016
The grant supports the Integrated Delivery Programme 12 (IDP12) initiative and OAS has won backing in the ‘light weighting’ category that supports feasibility studies into how the weight of vehicles – and therefore CO2 emissions – can be appreciably...
Published on: May 27, 2016
Car weight has increased continuously over the last few years, mainly due to improvements in comfort, driving aids and the more challenging passive safety requirements. Despite the development of more efficient engines, this weight increase has led to...
Published on: March 4, 2016
Composites provide the highest weight saving potential compared to steel or aluminium.Hexion’s newest Epikote resin TRAC 06170 and Epikure curing agent TRAC 06170 system makes very short cycle times in RTM and LCM processing possible, down to less than 1...
Published on: August 17, 2015
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