Composite Materials Offer Stability & Cost Savings to Military Transportation
New developments in composite materials derived from recycled plastics are offering markedly increased life-cycles—as well as lower costs—for military transportation through their utilization in the construction of bridges, a leader in the field says.
Tom Nosker is a Professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey, as well as the Principal Investigator for the Center for Advanced Materials via Immiscible Polymer Processing, also known as the Advanced Polymer Center. Professor Noske...
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