Composites and the industry/university interface

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Abstract

Advanced materials and structures are key priorities in both the Defence Technology Strategy and the UK aerospace strategy. Development and exploitation of advanced materials and composite technology underpins many aspects of the design, development and manufacture of the civil and military platforms and equipment, and the MoD has stated that it will ensure its capability to exploit new materials and approaches to structural design. This presentation focused on composites and the industry/university interface.

Conference

ConferenceComposite Materials for Aerospace, Defence and Security Applications
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period5/12/07 → …

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Keywords

  • composites
  • materials
  • structures
  • structural design
  • higher education
  • university research
  • industry

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Thomason, J. (2007). Composites and the industry/university interface. Paper presented at Composite Materials for Aerospace, Defence and Security Applications, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Thomason, Jim. / Composites and the industry/university interface. Paper presented at Composite Materials for Aerospace, Defence and Security Applications, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
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2007. Paper presented at Composite Materials for Aerospace, Defence and Security Applications, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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