New, Faster Carbon Fiber Manufacturing Process Independently Verified

In 2017, researchers at Deakin University, a public university in Geelong, Australia, studying the chemical reactions that take place during the production of carbon fiber composites developed a method which dramatically cuts the time and energy required for these reactions.
According to a release from Deakin, the technology, developed by Carbon Nexus PhD student Maxime Maghe and Carbon Nexus General Manager Steve Atkiss, has the potential to reduce the energy used in carbon fibre production by…


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Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com

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