Leading aerospace supplier Velocity Composites has launched a new digital manufacturing cell designed to help improve traceability and efficiency for customers.
In an editorial article recently published in the open-access journal Materials, researchers discussed the mechanical analysis, damage assessment, and prediction of multiscale simulation of composite structures.
In a paper published in the journal Additive Manufacturing Letters, researchers demonstrated the use of additive manufacturing (AM) in the fabrication of flexural sensors for assessing the influence on the sensor output by the sensor geometry, thus highlighting the significance of geometrical design consideration in the fine-tuning of flexural sensors for AM.
Writing in Materials, a team of researchers from Germany and Canada have investigated the development of hybrid multifunctional fiber composites for efficient electrical energy transfer and lightweight electrical propulsion systems.
A new paper published in the journal Polymers investigates the tribology of carbon fiber reinforced polymer composites (CFRPS,) an emergent material solution to the meet the demands of several industries.
A team of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Composite Structures that demonstrated the feasibility of using lower-order models to analyze and optimize the dynamic and steady performance of marine composite hydrofoils.
In a paper recently published in the open-access journal Polymers, researchers presented a more appropriate method for enhancing the surface characteristics of coir-fiber-reinforced epoxy resin composites, as well as its implications for research on natural fiber composites.
A group of researchers led by the University of Texas at Arlington assistant professor is building a predictive tool that will help assess the lifespan, robustness, and safety of composites used in the construction of aircraft.
The question of how particle size influences the quality of aggregates and asphalt is the focus of a new paper in the journal Construction and Building Materials. Scientists from the University of Arkansas’s Department of Civil Engineering have conducted the research.
A new paper in the journal Sustainability has explored the recycling of 3D-printed nylon composites, with the aim of improving the sustainability of the additive manufacturing industry.