CompositesWorld, publisher of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, and the CW Weekly newsletter, reports that Magnolia Advanced Materials (Chamblee, Ga., USA) has joined the 2013 High-Performance Composites for Aircraft Interiors 2013 conference as a sponsor.
"CompositesWorld welcomes Magnolia to the High-Performance Composites for Aircraft Interiors 2013 conference and thanks the company for its support of this important event in this important market," says Scott Stephenson, conferences director. "Composites use in aircraft interiors is a fast-changing and dynamic market. Resin and fiber innovations are proving daily that composites can help reduce aircraft weight, increase strength and fight fire spread."
The conference, Oct. 2-3 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Wash., USA, is colocated with the Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas 2013 exhibition. Conference attendees are granted free access to the show.
At High-Performance Composites for Aircraft Interiors, new developments in the fields of high-temperature and fire-resistant applications, including recent changes in FAA FST requirements for materials of construction and potential solutions to meet those, will be discussed by composite industry innovators. Presentations about breakthroughs in thermoset and thermoplastic resin systems are planned, as well as new developments in core, such as Nomex and Kevlar honeycomb, and adhesive bonding and curing advances for these advanced composites.
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