(Redirected from Composite Material)
- Often reffered to as "Composites"
- Materials produced from two or more constituent materials with notably different characteristics, that remain distinct in the final material
- These are selected to have a complementing effect
- Most Common Examples Are:
- There are also less common composites:
- Basalt Fiber Reinforced Composites (similar to fiberglass (also look into if there is a slag/clinker based version)
- Mineral Fiber Reinforced Composites (Not common recently due to understandings of the hazards associated with Asbestos etc)
- Carbon-Carbon Composites
- Engineered Wood Products are composites to a certain degree, but are typically treated/considered "wood"
- Sandwich Panels
- Fiber Reinforced Bars/Pipes
- Need to find difference between mineral wool, rock wool, and basalt fiber wool (if any)
- Minaral Wool , Rock Wool, and Fiberglass (figure out what to do with this)
- The Wikipedia Page on Composite Materials
- The Wikipedia Category on Composite material fabrication techniques (may need it's own page eventually on-ose wiki)
- A Video by the YouTube Channel "Easy Composites Ltd" Titled "Hand Laminating a Carbon Fibre Part Directly into a 3D Printed Mould"
- Cement-bonded wood 10 or 40% by weight of wood.