Australia launched a 65million dollar composite pr

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Australia has launched a $65million composite project

a five-year composite project is under way to strengthen Australia's position in the international composite industry. The expansion of the project scale of the Cooperative Research Center for advanced composite structures (hereinafter referred to as crc-acs) involves 28 organizations

the expansion of crc-acs has been supported by the Australian government cooperative research center project of US $14million. Under the cooperation of the Australian government, a wave of intelligent life can also discover the miracles of different materials in industrial design and manufacturing. The research center project is designed to provide funds for research joint ventures of end users and researchers. In addition, the expansion of crc-acs has also received more than $50million in cash and in kind support from 28 participating organizations, 9 of which are located outside Australia

through the funding of the fourth phase of the Cooperative Research Center (CRC), crc-acs has become the research center with the longest running time of continuous sealant tensile strength test data in CRC projects in history. The continuous operation of crc-acs research center aims to enable Australia to play a major role in the development of composite materials; Make Australian small and medium-sized enterprises become important enterprises in the international industry, and make the Australian composite industry stronger and more competitive in the future


the crc-acs expansion program aims at the following:

through a cooperative research model, it focuses on the international development of composite materials and related technologies in Australia

promote the integration of Australian composite material production, material supply and engineering support enterprises into the international value chain

introduce a series of new technologies into the market, including aircraft structure assembly technology 191 aluminum alloy building profile technology, low-cost infrastructure maintenance technology and sustainable plant fiber biological composites

the 28 organizations that have joined crc-acs research center include research institutions, material suppliers, engineering service organizations and end users. Other organizations will also be invited to join the research center

through this plan, EADS Australia Pacific will start its first major R & D project in Australia. DLR will also start its first major composite research project here

through the increasingly mature research on health monitoring system and maintenance technology, as well as the development of helicopter life-saving system, this program will also strengthen the support for Australia's defense industry. Whether the Australian Defense Science and technology organization security insurance is normal (DSTO) will play a major role in the development of these technologies

in addition, the expansion plan will also investigate the benefits of composites in the expansion and maintenance of oil, natural gas and petrochemical infrastructure, and will develop the use of plant fibers in composites, so as to make more sustainable materials replace composites

"the research center has made great progress in developing Australian technology and making it internationally competitive in the field of composite materials", said Professor Murray Scott, CEO of crc-acs research center, "The success of collaborative projects, such as crc-acs, depends on the participation of technical users. I am very happy that we have received the support of these important multinational organizations when we develop composite technology. The increase in funds has brought the crc-acs research center to a new level of international affairs. We hope that in the next five years, through the combination of professional technicians, leading technologies and innovative methods, Australia will become the first choice for the complex." Composite material technology development site. "

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