Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 23, Issue 3, pp 158–161 | Cite as

Carbon-carbon composite materials

  • N. P. Radimov
Carbon And Other Heat Resistant Fibers, Composite Materials, And Use Of These In National Economy


-- Carbon-carbon CM, thanks to their unique properties and in spite of their relatively high cost, are finding application in articles for new technology, where in constructional characteristics, chemical, and ecological cleanness, there are no other alternative materials. They are primarily used in chemical engineering, the automobile, tractor, aviation, electrotechnical industries, metallurgy, and nuclear energy. C-CCM will be more widely used in endoprostheses and stomatology.


Polymer Composite Material Unique Property Chemical Engineering Nuclear Energy 
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