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Composite applications features, July 2006

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The world has to act now on climate change or face devastating economic consequences, according to a new report compiled for the UK government. Will the ou

Ballistic protection materials a moving target

Reinforced polymeric composites have offered advantages in armour systems since World War II. Vicki P. McConnell finds that new combat conditions and highe

Ian Snowdon and Mike Rigby of Marbocote Ltd discuss the many issues that face composite moulders and how the release agent manufacturer has tried to solve

The RTM process offers a challenge to mould release technologies because of its particular features. Fernando Castro of Zyvax explains this challenge and o

A recent tour of the Isle of Wight hosted by the Isle of Wight Economic Partnership (IWEP) and the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) emphasised

That means, in race boat crew-speak ‘devilish fast and exciting’ and was the verdict of the crew of AMRO ONE after their Volvo 70 had blasted them round th

Hungarian company Pauger Carbon is producing the Russell Coutts 44 racing yacht using carbon composite technologies. Amanda Jacob visited the company's boa

As part of our celebrations of Reinforced Plastics' 50th year of publication, George Marsh looks back at 50 years of composite boat building.

Richard Downs-Honey of High Modulus gives an overview of China's boat building industry.

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