ASCC Researchers present at European Conference on Composite Materials
ASCC Researchers present at
European Conference on Composite Materials
June 29, 2011
ORONO, Maine 𑁋 The University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center sent five researchers to Lausanne, Switzerland for the 20th European Conference on Composite Materials. ASCC researchers presented four papers in accordance with the “Composites Meets Sustainability” theme.
A Multi-Scale Approach to Analysis of Short-Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Additively Manufactured Structures
Troy Zangle, Britt Helten, Benjamin Steva, Kyle Warren
Evaluation of the Shear Behavior of PETG/CF and PC/CF Coupons Manufactured using Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing Processes
Benjamin Steva, Kyle Warren, Camerin Seigars, Britt Helten
Characterizing the Tensile and Compressive Behavior of PETG/CF and PC/CF Manufactured using Large Scale Additive Processes
Camerin Seigars, Kyle Warren, Chris Murphy, Britt Helten
Homogenization of Additively Manufactured Materials
Britt Helten, Kyle Warren
Sustainability in composite materials remains a key research goal across the many research areas at the ASCC from additive manufacturing, offshore wind, wood composites, thermoplastics, and more.
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