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Graphene and Composite Materials
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Composite materials are responsible for the largest allocation of graphene material used today in commercial and industrial applications. Composites have already created a revolution in the manufacture of automobiles, aerospace, sports equipment and other high-end applications. Graphene is now positioned to enhance these materials in new and novel ways. Learn what types of graphene are available commercially and how they can be applied to improve existing and even new composite materials.

 Export to Your Calendar 1/16/2018
When: Tuesday, 16 January 2018
09:00 US Eastern
Where: WEBINAR
Contact: Terrance Barkan
+1 202 294 5563


Online registration is available until: 1/16/2018
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Composite materials are responsible for the largest allocation of graphene material used today in commercial and industrial applications. Composites have already created a revolution in the manufacture of automobiles, aerospace, sports equipment and other high-end applications.

Graphene is now positioned to enhance these materials in new and novel ways. Learn what types of graphene are available commercially and how they can be applied to improve existing and even new composite materials.

This informative webinar will;

  • Describe the type and characteristics of the most common forms of graphene used in composite materials.
  • Provide examples of how graphene is used in composite materials and actual products.
  • Discuss what users of this material need to know regarding handling and use.

 

Who is this webinar for?

  • Composite material producers, suppliers and distributers.
  • Product developers and designers.
  • Anyone that provides engineering, architectural, procurement and construction consulting services for end users of composites products or projects that use composites products.

The webinar will be recorded and the material will be available for use within your company. If you are interested in how graphene will impact the composites field, this is a great resource to take advantage of.