Beyond Metal -Composite Materials Take to the Skies

Composite materials like carbon fiber and fiberglass infused resins are revolutionizing aircraft construction. With their exceptional strength-to-weight ratios, corrosion resistance, and design flexibility compared to traditional aluminum airframes. As aerospace engineers push the boundaries for fuel efficiency, range, and maneuverability, innovative applications of composites have become critical for building the next generation of civilian and…

6 Best Uses of Composites in our Daily Life

6 Best Uses of Composites in our Daily Life

Composites are the advanced materials most widely used. In almost every material we use in our everyday life. They are engineered chemical mixtures which turn an ordinary substance to a more sustainable and stronger component. The rapid increase in demand for manufacturing products laid a way. For the development of new materials. Their impact in…

Green Composites – Based on Natural Fiber

Green Composites – Based on Natural Fiber

Green composites(GC) are a class of  Bio-composites. They are engineered by reinforcing a natural fiber in a bio-based polymer matrix . Composites are used in several applications. The characterization of polymer composites based on recyclable polymers.  In recent efforts are made to reduce carbon fiber. There are range of applications towards smart composites. The mechanical…

Glass Fiber Composite

Glass Fiber Composite

Composites are highly adaptable and can be made use in various applications. As they are robust, stiffer, lighter than metal and moldable to any shape. They can also be tailored to meet required properties of a particular application. Fiberglass or Glass fiber composites (GFC) are one kind of fiber reinforced composites material with low density,…

Uses of Composites in Construction – 6 Composites Materials Examples

Uses of Composites in Construction – 6 Composites Materials Examples

Composite materials are innovative substances created by combining two or more materials with different physical properties to achieve superior performance characteristics. These remarkable materials are found in a wide range of surprising applications, from ancient mud bricks to modern aerospace engineering. Some fascinating examples include wood, a natural composite of cellulose fibers and lignin; fiberglass,…

4 Main Types of Composites Classification

4 Main Types of Composites Classification

A composite is a material engineered from two or more materials with different physical or chemical properties. Composites classification is generally done based on the material used for the matrix. In the field of civil engineering, the classification of composite materials plays a crucial role in understanding their applications and selection for various construction projects….