Composite Materials and Structures in Aerospace Engineering
Composite structures are massively exploited in many engineering fields. For instance, the state-of-the-art civil aircraft (B787 and A350) are mostly made of composite materials. The design of composites leads to challenging tasks since those competencies that stemmed from the adoption of metallic materials are often inadequate for composites. Insights on many different disciplines and tight academic/industrial cooperation are required to fully exploit composite structure capabilities.
Aerospace Engineering, Composite Materials, Composite Structures, Mechanical Properites, Numerical Modeling
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Materials Science