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Composite industry features, January 2010

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Sandwich structures deliver core benefits

New and innovative core materials are adding design freedom, cost efficiency and other desirable qualities to composite sandwich structures, along with hig

Louis R. Ross, Director of Research and Development at Interplastic Corporation, explains how composites made with resins that contain rapidly renewable an

Join us for a quick tour of the COMPOSITES EUROPE trade show.

Recycling carbon fibres from aerospace composite scrap has environmental and business benefits. The shift from pilot scale to industrial operations is prog

This year’s JEC Composites Show takes place on 13-15 April in Paris. In this preview we take a look at some of the developments on display.

Kristel van Haaren, Business Development Manager, DSM Composite Resins, offers an overview of where composites fit in the growing desalination industry.

Flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) equipment is a big user of fibre reinforced plastic (FRP). Robert McIlvaine of The McIlvaine Company describes the current

There is good news in the wind for proponents of wind power. Wind turbine capacity has been increasing dramatically, and the unit cost of power generated b

The offshore wind industry has already garnered government support and is increasingly piquing the interest of the private sector thanks to its ability to

Jeremy Tait of BVG Associates brings readers up-to-date with the vision for the UK offshore wind industry and offers perspectives on what this might mean a

The future of green building is blue sky and beyond if the numbers from the US Green Building Council (USGBC) continue to hold true. It released its first

Despite the current lull in demand for carbon fibres from high-volume users, the range of manufacturing applications for carbon fibre reinforced plastics (

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