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S. Department of Energy • Dennis D. Huffman (1982-) The Timken Company • Dwight Janoff (1995-) FMC Corporation • Kent L. Johnson (1999-) Engineering Systems Inc. • Paul J. Kovach (1995-) Stress Engineering Services Inc. • Donald R. Lesuer (1999-) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory • Huimin Liu (1999-) Ford Motor Company • William L. Mankins (1989-) Metallurgical Services Inc. • Dana J. Medlin (1998-) Zimmer Inc. • Srikanth Raghunathan (1999-) Nanomat Inc. • Mahi Sahoo (1993-) Natural Resources Canada • Karl P.

For example, the tilt- rotor V-22 Osprey is over 41% composite materials. The upper-use temperature of PMCs has also increased dramatically: early epoxies were considered useable (for extended periods) up to 121 °C (250 °F). Current generation polymers, such as bismaleimides, have increased that limit to around 204 °C (400 °F), and the use of polyimide-matrix composites has extended the range to 288 °C (550 °F). Fig. 2 The U. S. Air Force B-2 advanced “stealth” bomber, which is constructed to a large extent of advanced composite materials Once considered premium materials only to be used if their high costs could be justified by increased performance, OMCs can now often “buy their way onto” new applications.

Wright (1964–1965) (Member 1959–1967) Staff ASM International staff who contributed to the development of the Volume included Scott D. Henry, Project Editor; Charles Moosbrugger, Technical Editor; Gayle J. Anton, Editorial Assistant; Bonnie R. Sanders, Manager of Production; Nancy Hrivnak and Carol Terman, Copy Editors; Jill Kinson, Production Editor; and Kathryn Muldoon, Production Assistant. Editorial assistance was provided by Jill Brown, Kelly Ferjutz, Edward J. , Heather Lampman, Elizabeth Marquard, Beverly Musgrove, Mary Jane Riddlebaugh and Juli Williamson.

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