Composites
Composites are naturally occurring or engineered materials that are made up of two or more constituents with significantly different physical or chemical properties that work together to achieve outstanding desired mechanical, chemical or electrical properties. Composites are extremely lightweight and robust. For example, the strongest carbon fibres are 10 times stronger than steel and 8 times that of aluminium, and much lighter than both materials, 5 and 1.5 times respectively.
Carbon Fiber Reinforced
Carbon Fibre reinforced polymer matrix composites are materials which have carbon fibres as reinforcement in a matrix which is generally the epoxy resin.
Carbon fibre composites provide high stiffness, very high strength to weight ratio, high-temperature service and excellent chemical resistance. They can be used to make almost anything, like bike frames, aircraft wings, automotive drive shafts, tubing, containers, propeller blades and car components etc.
Glass Fiber Reinforced
With Glass fibres as reinforcement, these composites can be tailored to achieve desired properties and functional characteristics equal to steel, higher stiffness than aluminium and weight one-quarter of the steel.
Some attractive properties like incombustibility, corrosion resistance, good thermal and sound insulation and special electrical properties make these composites immensely useful in aircraft and aerospace industries, constructions, protective gears and marine.
Honeycomb Composite
The honeycomb is commonly sandwiched between prepreg carbon fibre to make an incredibly lightweight, yet stiff panel with excellent mechanical properties.
Kevlar and Aluminium honeycombs can be used as a core material to make exceptionally strong and lightweight composite sandwich panels. They are used in aircraft parts like flooring panels, engine nacelles, marine boats and the highest level of motorsports.
Foam composite
With their high strength to weight ratio, they are ideal for applications in fuselages, aircraft interiors, wind turbine blades and marine hulls, decks and floors.
Foam sheets such as Closed Cell PVC, Lantor Soric and PET can be used as a core material to provide unique and high-performance sandwich panels. With a nominal density, the foam cores produce a lightweight sandwich panel which can be used in a wide range of composite applications including flat sheet and moulded parts.
Unidirectional Carbon Fiber Reinforced
These are ideal for applications where front-to-back strength is most important such as rockets, aeroplanes and boats. It is also commonly used in model aircraft, UAVs, bicycles and recreational sticks (hockey, hiking etc.).
The composite parts made of carbon fibre provide their ultimate strength in the direction of the fibre grains. Thus, unidirectional carbon fibre reinforced composites provide maximum strength possible in the two directions of the fibre and are extremely stiff. This directional strength property makes it isotropic.
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