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According to a recent blog published by the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Navy's Disruptive Technology Lab and the team at ORNL's Manufacturing Demonstration Facility have created the military's first 3-D printed submarine hull....

source: Composites Manufacturing

"Machines are the means to make progress come true for people and to meet challenges like energy, mobility, infrastructure and health. Textiles and textile machinery play — sometimes hidden — a major role in improving daily life," explained Regina Brückner,...

source: Innovation in Textiles

Architects, engineers and builders are increasingly discovering the benefits of pultruded glass fiber composites and finding ways to incorporate them the buildings, reports the Frankfurt-based European Pultrusion Technology Association. The properties of pultruded profiles...

source: Inside Composites via Innovation in Textiles

Saertax, headquartered in Saerbeck, Germany, has been involved in the prototype production of what is probably the longest and thickest carbon fiber wind turbine blade spar cap made with vacuum infusion technology to date. In June 2017, a major Chinese wind turbine blade...

source: Inside Composites

Smart textiles will be used to monitor stress levels in airplane pilots as part of a major European research project involving Nottingham Trent University. The university's Advanced Textiles Research Group — led by Professor Tilak Dias of the School of Art & Design...

source: Innovation in Textiles

During the National Science Foundation's Workshop on Additive Manufacturing for Civil Infrastructure Design, Dr. Mo Ehsani, a structural engineer and the founder of QuakeWrap, Inc., debuted a bold idea that could potentially be a sustainable solution for areas with a coral...

source: Composites Manufacturing


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