Composite Structures

A composite material (additionally called a structure material or abbreviated to composite which is the normal name) is a material produced using at least two constituent materials with fundamentally extraordinary physical or synthetic properties that, when joined, create a material with attributes unique in relation to the individual segments. The individual segments stay independent and particular inside the completed structure.

  • Composite materials in structural applications
  • Advanced composite in engineering structures
  • Composite structures of steel
  • Mechanics of composite structures
  • Hybrid composite structures

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