Carbon fiber is an important strategic material for the development of national defense industry and national economy, is a key technology-intensive materials, with the academic research from short fiber carbon fiber to long fiber carbon fiber, the technology and products of using carbon fiber to produce heating materials are becoming popular. In today's world of high-speed industrialization, carbon fiber use is tending to diversify. China already has the use of long fiber as a high-performance fiber, in the requirements of high temperature, physical stability of the occasion, carbon fiber composite materials have irreplaceable advantages.
The higher the specific strength of the material, the smaller the weight of the component, the higher the stiffness of the component, the greater the rigidity of the member, the better the carbon fiber has a wide application prospect in both national defense and civil field. Carbon fiber carbon materials have been widely used in various fields of military and civil industry. From aerospace, aviation, automobiles, electronics, machinery, chemical, textile and other civilian industries to sports equipment and leisure supplies. Carbon fiber reinforced composite materials can be used in military fields such as aircraft manufacturing, wind turbine blades and other industrial fields, electromagnetic shielding and electrical materials, artificial ligament and other body substitutes for the manufacture of rocket shells, motor boats, industrial robots, automotive leaf springs and drive shafts. Baseball bat and other sports fields. Carbon fiber is a new type of industrial material in a typical High-tech field.
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