Zone: High-Temperature Resins
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Composite parts and structures exposed to high temperatures require a resin matrix designed to withstand the heat. Common resins here include polyimides, bezoxazines, bismaleimides and cyanate esters, among others.


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Resins for the Hot Zone, Part I: Polyimides

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 As next-generation aerospace programs demand higher service temperatures in structural and hot section components, a variety of polyimides vie for program approval.


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Resins for the Hot Zone, Part II: BMIs, CEs, benzoxazines and phthalonitriles

F-22 afterburners

Next-generation aerospace programs demand higher temperatures for structural and hot-section components, fostering advances in thermoset resin chemistry.


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New aerocomposites niche: Helicopter transmission gears? CompositesWorld

A NASA study shows that steel/composite hybrid gears save significant weight, and could mitigate vibration-related noise.

Fully transparent, rollable electronics built with graphene/CNT backbone CompositesWorld

Carbon nanotubes and graphene provide mechanical properties and bonding enabling high-temp polyimide resin to provide flexible circuit substrate.

SOURCEBOOK 2015: The online edition CompositesWorld

Welcome to the online SOURCEBOOK, the searchable, updatable, Internet-based counterpart to CompositesWorld's annually published print SOURCEBOOK.

The matrix (2015) CompositesWorld

The matrix binds the fiber reinforcement, gives the composite component its shape and determines its surface quality. A composite matrix may be a polymer, ceramic, metal or carbon. Here's a guide to selection.

Composites 2015: A multitude or markets CompositesWorld

Although the effects of the 2008 global financial downturn are still felt in some sectors, the composites industry, in general, showed health, growth and a renewed focus on innovation.

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