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  • Can the UK maintain a leading position in the composites industry?
    Posted by Amanda Jacob • 27 March 2014
    By Amanda Jacob, Content Development Editor, Reinforced Plastics Will UK manufacturing be left behind as others seize on international opportunities to manufacture and supply comp...
    tags: UK composites industry, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Education, Supply chain, Standards
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  • GUEST BLOG: Do you have any case studies related to NDT of composite materials?
    Posted by Guest bloggers • 26 February 2014
    A welcome letter from Dr Bernd Köhler, Editor-in-Chief of Case Studies in Non-destructive Testing and Evaluation, a new open access journal from Elsevier. Non-destructive methods are as l...
    tags: composites, NDT, testing, NDE, carbon fibre, Elsevier
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  • Tackling corrosion in the oilfield
    Posted by Mark Holmes • 20 February 2014
    For over 30 years glass reinforced epoxies (GRE) have proven to outperform other polymers in protecting tubulars from corrosion and abrasion. Corrosion in the oilfield can be caused by many sources: ...
    tags: corrosion, glass reinforced eopxy, oilfiled
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  • GUEST BLOG: A business case for FRP in construction
    Posted by Guest bloggers • 12 February 2014
    By Andy Greathead of Perma Composites Fibre reinforced plastic (FRP), sometimes referred to as composites, is an ideal material to use in construction, as it has a number of features making it cost e...
    tags: construction, FRP, housing, environment
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  • GUEST BLOG: 6 reasons to try FRP cross arms
    Posted by Guest bloggers • 06 February 2014
    By FRP Transmission Innovations In an industry with vast infrastructure that is meant to last a quarter century or more, changes don’t happen overnight when a new technology comes along....
    tags: FRP, cross arms, high voltage transmission, FRP Transmission Innovations
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