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Knovel's Composites subject area extends design sources

Posted: 13 Aug 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Knovel? composite material? design process?

Knovel, which offers a cloud-based application that integrates technical information with analytical and search tools, has announced the release of Composites as a new subject area. Knovel's Composites subject area provides design, selection, analysis, testing, manufacturing and repair information related to composite materials compiled from a wide range of authoritative sources, detailed the company.

Knovel's Composites subject area is a comprehensive collection of the information design and materials engineers need in order to make critical materials selection decisions early in the design process. The subject area has been developed to help engineers identify composite materials, understand potential performance gains or possible risks associated with using a composite material, and evaluate future maintenance and repair requirements. Furthermore, engineers have convenient access to guidance on composite material evaluation, analytical methods, selection criteria, and design approaches to support more fuel efficient vehicles, stronger components, increased corrosion resistance and improved fatigue performance.

Topics covered in Knovel's Composites subject area include general references, material properties, mechanics & design, performance evaluation & monitoring, production & manufacturing, and testing & analysis.

Knovel's Composites subject area offers comprehensive, unbiased information from a select list of leading authors, publishers and societies, including Michael Niu, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, ASM International, Cambridge University Press, CRC Press, DeGruyter, Destech, Dover, Elsevier, Hanser Publications, Oxford University Press, Smithers Rapra, Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Trans Tech Publications, U.S. Department of Defence, William Andrew Publishing/Noyes, Woodhead Publishing, World Scientific, and fatigue data for composites from the Sandia National Laboratories/Montana State University fatigue testing program.





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