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  • The Anisotropy of Dielectric Constant in TLY-5A Material
    Anisotropy is often regarded as a drawback for woven fiberglass composite laminates. The data presented in this study are in contrast to this argument. Here TLY-5A with woven fiberglass exhibits analogous anisotropy to the non-woven counterpart. Technical Articles written by Taconic Advanced
  • Engineers Take New Look At Strength Of Industrial Glass
    , Ohio - An Ohio State University engineer and his colleagues have discovered something new about a 50-year-old type of fiberglass: it may be more than one and a half times stronger than previously thought. That conclusion, and the techniques engineers used to reach it, could help expand applications
  • Laser Machining Fiber-Reinforced Plastics
    Fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) is a composite structural material containing high-strength fibrous embedded reinforcements which develop mechanical properties greatly superior to the base polymer (called 'matrix' in this context). The fibers are usually fiberglass, carbon, or aramid (a family
  • Polycarbonate Enclosures 101: A Guide for Specifiers
    fiberglass. Molded fiberglass enclosures (FRP) dominate the non-metallic segment of the enclosure market. The material that seems to be least understood is really the latest entry into the electrical enclosure market, and that material is polycarbonate (PC). The use of polycarbonate resins
  • Roof Deicing Under Membrane Roof Covering Materials
    electronically conductive roof covering materials. ZMesh, a bronze product that is approximately 1/16th of an inch thick, is designed to be installed under non-conductive roof covering materials such as composite, shake, asphalt, and fiberglass shingles as well as membrane roof covering materials
  • Effect of Corona on Nonceramic Insulator Housing Materials
    and hydrated species of nitrogen oxides are generated which on dissolving in moisture leads to the formation of acids [5, 6]. Any cracks in the housing can expose the fiberglass core to moisture. The exposed rod can fail by tracking, erosion or brittle fracture [7, 8, 9], leading to premature failure
  • Application of WG-300
    million psi (6,900 MPa) tensile! The super-strong whiskers are dispersed into a matrix of fine-grained aluminum oxide where they act much like glass filaments do in fiberglass, for example, by adding tensile strength and improving the fracture toughness of the brittle matrix. cover for pdf
  • Wired for speed
    wind-tunnel model verified computer flow simulations and helped tweak rudder and stabilizer shapes. A technique called vacuum infusion built the fiberglass/carbon-fiber body shell in three sections. The process permits higher fiber loading than possible with conventional lay-up techniques so parts can

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