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  • Carbon Fibers
    In 1879, Thomas Alva Edison, for the first time, used carbon fiber filaments (testing materials) in his early incandescent light bulb experiments, which used electricity to heat a thin strip of material, called a filament, until it glowed.
  • Americam Society of Composites: 29th Technical Conference
    ‘Experienced from using carbon fiber composites/sandwich construction in the Swedish Navy.
  • Carbon Fibers
    Hybridizing with glass or aramid has the advantage of producing higher-impact-strength composites than may be achieved by using carbon fibers alone; however, the tensile strength and stiffness are compromised.
  • Composite Materials
    What is the main advantage of using carbon fiber as a filler in an active brazing alloy?
  • Handbook of Composite Reinforcements
    FIGURE 62 Thin-walled tubings using car- bon fiber weaving technology_ (Photo courtesy of Fiber Materials, Inc.l .
  • Composite Materials
    He was interested in using carbon fibers in incandescent lamps.
  • Polymer Composites, Volume 1, Macro - and Microcomposites
    Reducing the weight of many components – especially riser strings, umbilicals, and other structures suspended from these platforms – can be accomplished using carbon fibers , thus enabling platform shrinkage and reducing the cost of deepwater oil and gas production.
  • Advances in FRP Composites in Civil Engineering
    Compared to the commonly used carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) and glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP), basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) composites possess many advantages, such as relative low price, excellent mechanical and thermal properties, good chemical resistance, and environmental friendly, etc.
  • Automotive Carbon Fiber Composites
    Rolls-Royce took advantage of the carbon fiber composite properties to break into the American market with its RB-211 aero-engine using carbon fiber in the engine’s compressor blades.
  • Composites for Automotive, Truck and Mass Transit: Materials, Design, Manufacturing
    A total mass reduction potential of 7.3 kg (using glass fiber) and 16.5 kg ( using carbon fiber ) compared to the total 68.5 kg baseline steel part was feasible.