2022. 04. 24. 14:30
BME building F, 2nd floor, lecture hall 13
Tamás Bárány (BME)
A szeminárium részletei:
Polymer matrix composites are widely used in our everyday life, thanks to their low density, high specific strength and designable anisotropy, among others. From the matrix point of view, we can talk about thermoset and thermoplastic, while from the fibre reinforcement point of view, we can talk about continuous and short-fibre-reinforced polymer composites. For sustainability, further weight reduction and increased recyclability are key issues: single-polymer composites and thermoplastic polymer composites produced by thermoplastic resin transfer moulding are good solutions.
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