Sustainable carbon fibre could be used in manufacture of cars, aircraft, computers, finds UL research

Dr Maurice Collins, University of Limerick

Groundbreaking technology developed at University of Limerick (UL) producing cheaper and more sustainable carbon fibre could lead to the cars of the future being manufactured from paper waste. Carbon fibre is used as a reinforcement in plastic materials to produce composite materials, which are deployed in commercial high-end goods such as cars, aircraft computers and [&hellip

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June 18, 2021
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