Team is testing composites in construction

Renstrom, Roger
October 2000
Plastics News;10/23/2000, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that the Market Development Alliance of the FRP Composites Industry is working with the United States Army Corps of Engineers to test composites in construction applications. Completion of a durability program that moves composites technology closer to market viability; Application of composites technology to seismic upgrading of lightly reinforced or unreinforced masonry structures.


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