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News for 22 July 2005


Quantum Awarded DoE Contract to Advance Hydrogen Storage Technology

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Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies has been awarded Phase 2 of its $2.6 million program from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop and advance next generation hydrogen storage technologies using composites.

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BAE Systems Produce One-piece Carbon Fibre Fuselage for FUBACOMP Project

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Engineers at BAE Systems production facility in the UK have produced an advanced aircraft structure comprising new ‘fibre placement’ technology.

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Siemens to Engineer Toho Tenax Carbon Fibre Factory

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Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D) is engineering the new carbon fibre production plant of Toho Tenax Europe GmbH in Heinsberg-Oberbruch, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany.

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TTCM Awarded Contracts to Supply High-Pressure Pipeline in China

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TTCM China, Inc. a leading supplier of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, has signed three major contracts to supply 0.5M diameter to 3M diameter high-pressure water pipelines.

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Delcam Software Helps Australian Company Develop Automotive Composite Kits

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Delcam’s Powershape software helps Australian company to produce composite automotive styling kits.

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MC Gill’s Kevlar Honeycomb Qualifies for Boeing 787

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M.C. Gill Corporation’s Gillcore HK honeycomb has met Boeing’s BMS 8-124 material specification standards and will feature on Boeing’s composite 787.

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CAS Researchers Develop Metal Plastics

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A research team from the CAS Institute of Physics has developed a new kind of cerium-based bulk metallic glasses with low glass transition temperature, similar to or lower than that of many polymers.

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US and India Universities Collaborate on Engineering E-learning Programme

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The University of California (UC) and four other U.S. universities will join with Indian institutions to enhance material engineering science and nanotechnology education in India, over a new satellite e-learning network.

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Toilet Seat with Acoustic Insulation Wins Plastic Design Innovation Award

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A design student from the UK has won the Design Innovation in Plastics Award, sponsored by Bayer Material Science.

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Research Grant to Adapt Carbon Fibre for Improved Air Pollution

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The Edison Materials Technology Center has awarded $283,000 to a research team for a project designed to determine if carbon fibres can be adapted to improve air pollution control equipment at electricity generating plants and industrial boilers.

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