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Articles Tagged with ''adhesives in aerospace''
Below are the five most-viewed new product announcements on the ASI website in 2013.*
Opportunities for composites in the North American automotive market are promising.
Over the last 50 years, the aerospace and aircraft industries have used silicone in an ever-growing number of applications. Silicone inherently has high dielectric strength (typically ≥ 500 V/mil) and a large coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), allowing it to absorb stresses during thermal cycling.
Adhesive bonding can be used to assemble identical materials or materials of different types; the purpose of such an assembly is to transfer mechanical loads in a given environment.