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This podcast describes a new laser-based technology for the non-destructive evaluation of bond strength in composites and other materials. The technique is ideal for use in industries with a low defect tolerance, such as aerospace, wind energy, transportation, tanks/pressure vessels and offshore drilling structures.
04 January 2011
Amanda Jacob previews the contents of the March/April issue of Reinforced Plastics magazine, which is published this week.
30 March 2010
It's a widely held view that wave and tidal has great potential, but that it is still an R&D industry only now starting to deploy demonstration projects. So how can we ramp up the various technologies? Renewable Energy Focus reports back from the Wave and Tidal 2010 event, organised by RenewableUK (formerly BWEA).
08 March 2010
Amanda Jacob reviews the ACMA's Composites 2010 trade show, highlights some of the latest news, and introduces Reinforced Plastics' JEC preview.
01 March 2010
Norwegian company Sway will erect a 10 MW prototype offshore wind turbine for testing. Find out more in this week's news podcast.
15 February 2010
Amanda Jacob looks at what's happening this week.
02 February 2010
Amanda Jacob highlights some of the latest news stories.
25 January 2010
Reinforced Plastics' Editor, Amanda Jacob, previews the November/December issue of the magazine. Features include: Boeing's 787: trials, tribulations, and restoring the dream; European composites industry set for slow recovery; and RTM – past, present and future.
26 November 2009
Reinforced Plastics' editor, Amanda Jacob, previews the October issue of the magazine. This issue's features: Show preview – COMPOSITES EUROPE 2009; Carbon yachts from the Baltic; To replace or to wrap – the standardisation of composite repair.
06 October 2009
The magazine's editor, Amanda Jacob, previews the August/September issue. Features include: Composites pipes capture water and sewage markets; FRP super laminates present unparalleled solutions to old problems; Curing agents improve rotor production.
04 September 2009
Amanda Jacob invites COMPOSITES EUROPE exhibitors to take part in Reinforced Plastics' preview issue.
13 July 2009
Reinforced Plastics' Editor, Amanda Jacob, introduces the June/July 2009 issue of the magazine. Features include: Wave and Tidal Power – an Emerging New Market for Composites; New Prepreg Materials offer Versatility, Top Performance.
01 July 2009
Alfred L. Newberry of Fiberglass Engineering Mechanics discusses the fabrication of two 14 m by 18 m GRP tanks for hydrochloric acid and nickel chloride storage. The tanks were fabricated in Mexico and shipped to the job site in the Pacific Rim.
07 May 2009
Reinforced Plastics' Editor, Amanda Jacob, introduces the May issue of the magazine. Features include: Carbon Fibre Composites Poised for Dramatic Growth; Bright Future for Vinyl Ester Resins in Corrosion Applications.
22 April 2009
Reinforced Plastics' Editor, Amanda Jacob, previews the April issue of the magazine. Features include: A Holistic View of Composites Engineering and Airframe Assembly; At the Core of Lightweight Structures.
30 March 2009
Reinforced Plastics' Editor, Amanda Jacob, introduces the March issue of the magazine. Features include: Lightweighting the Automotive Market; Behind Every Good Part is a Great Tool.
11 March 2009
Dudley Fenn, Global Sales Support Executive, Gerber Technology
10 March 2009