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New 250°F/120°C No Oven No Autoclave epoxy
Designed for room-temp infusion and filament winding with 2-hr no-heat-added cure or 15-30 min heated cure without post-cure for flexible processing of marine, industrial and energy structures.
The first commercial Type V composite pressure vessel
Composites Technology Development's first commercial tank in the Type V category presages growth of filament winding in storage of compressed gases.
The outlook for composite pressure vessels
Environmental and economic pressures continue to drive growth in the market for composite pressure vessels used in personal and public transportation applications.
The markets: Fuel cells (2011)
Reinforced thermosets and thermoplastics are likely candidates for the eventual materials of choice used to make the bi-polar plates, end plates, fuel tanks and other components in fuel cell systems. Fuel cell technologies of several types are designed to offer a “clean” (near-ze
Orion: Composite tanks' ticket to space?
Research, development, testing prove composites can contain cryogens.
An update on composite tanks for cryogens
More automation, improved materials bring composite fuel tanks for space applications closer to reality.
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- Pressure vessels
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