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Published: 8/1/2004

Elevated Sky Bus railway in India features composite coach bodies
Designed to accommodate 150 commuters and travel at speeds as high as 100 kmh, Sky Bus railway transit coaches built for India's Konkan Railway (Mumbai, India) by Kineco Pvt. Ltd. (Goa, India) are expected to ease public transportation in congested ...

Published: 7/1/2004

Post-show review of the 2004 U.S. SAMPE Symposium
Largest-ever Symposium serves up a large helping of news and new technologies from advanced composites suppliers.

Published: 6/1/2004

User-friendly resins expanding composites' reach
Novel niche formulas enable composites breakthroughs for new market applications, traditional material replacement.

Published: 3/1/2004

Advances in sizings and surface treatments for carbon fibers
As carbon reinforcements find new applications, unfamiliar processes and resin systems make sizing and treatment surprisingly hot topics.

Published: 2/1/2004

Are Hybrid Designs the Future for Composite Bridge Decks?
Teaming composites with traditional materials may be the future direction for cost-effective infrastructure replacement.

Published: 2/1/2004

Pultruded composite sheet piling replace degraded wood pilings
Creative Pultrusions Inc. has developed a tough composite sheet piling system that is lighter in weight and more corrosion resistant and environmentally stable than wood, concrete or steel piling material.

Published: 12/1/2003

How Are Composite Bridges Performing?
Ongoing monitoring and inspection demonstrates that composite bridge decks meet or exceed expectations.

Published: 9/1/2003

Advanced Pultrusion Takes Off In Commercial Aircraft Structures
Innovative prepreg pultrusion process forms profiles equal to autoclaved components at lower cost.

Published: 8/1/2003

Vinyl Esters Make Tough Parts For Highly Corrosive Applications
An array of case studies showcases the growing acceptance of fiberglass/vinyl ester composites in harsh industrial environments.

Published: 4/1/2003

Offshore Applications: The Future Is Now
The number of composites installations continues to grow on new and existing offshore facilities.