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New research into the use of composite materials aims to reduce bridge costs and provide more durable wind turbines
Bridges constructed with fibre reinforced polymers (composites) may become a familiar sight in Europe if a new pan-European research project achieves its objectives. The project also aims to provide more durable and reliable wind turbines.
Fibre-reinforced plastic may reduce the costs of bridges
They are lightweight, strong, and resistant to corrosion and decay. In the future, bridges in Norway could be made of fibre-reinforced plastic elements, which extend their lifespans and reduce life cycle costs.
Euro study seeks optimally damage-tolerant infrastructure composites. Article about the DACOMAT project in Compositesworld.com