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Surface science 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

Mould and tooling advances promising for composites

The increased demand for large-scale composites, especially in aerospace applications, is driving a trend toward lighter-weight, durable composite tooling

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

An answer to the problem of lacquer deterioration on visible carbon composite components has been developed by automotive technology and specialist manufac

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

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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