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Basalt fiber market worth $200 million by 2020

The report “Basalt Fiber Market by Usage Type (Composites And Non-Composites), by Application (Building & Construction, Transportation, Wind Energy, Electronics, Marine, And Others), and by Region – Global Trends and Forecasts to 2020” defines and segments the basalt fiber market with an analysis and forecast of the volumes and values of types i.e. continuous and discrete individually.

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Investigation of Composite Bazaltfluoroplast

In given paper investigation results on development of wear resistant polymeric composite materials based on polytetrafluoroethylene and activated basalt fibers are presented. Effectiveness of activated basalt fiber using to create materials with improved wear resistance without strength reducing is shown. Aytalina Okhlopkova¹, Spiridon Vasiliev² ¹North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia ²Institute of problem of oil and gas SB RAS, Yakutsk, Russia

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Advanced composite materials

Description of composite structures Composite materials are becoming more important in the construction of aerospace structures. Aircraft parts made from composite materials, such as fairings, spoilers, and flight controls, were developed during the 1960s for their weight savings over aluminum parts.

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Sand Basalt-Fiber Concrete

In modern construction sand concrete is increasingly used because of the widespread availability of raw materials. However, due to high specific surface area of the filler its strength characteristics are lower than those of conventional heavy concrete. To improve the physical and mechanical characteristics the authors of the article suggest using sand fractionation and basalt fiber.

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A short review on basalt fiber

A hard, dense, inert rock found worldwide, basalt is an igneous rock, which is solidified volcanic lava. Cast basalt liners for steel tubing shows very high abrasion resistance in various industrial applications. In recent years, continuous basalt fibers extruded from naturally fire-resistant basalt are attracted attention as a replacement for asbestos fibers.

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