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The first Russian language magazine"Composite World" is:
- a stable developing trade magazine for composite market of Russia and other Russian speaking countries;
- a magazine with constantly increasing reading audience;
- a magazine with target postal delivery to composite companies;
- an informational sponsor and a participant of industrial exhibitions and conferences.

New issue of the

Composite World magazine # 83 (2, 2019)

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  • Market of polyurethane
  • Composites in automotive industry
  • Equipment for processing of composites

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Media-kit 2019


16 | 04 | 2019 Meet us in Moscow during COMPOSITE EXPO 2019
"Composite World" magazine is a participant of the exhibition "Composite-Expo 2019" to be held in Moscow on April 23 - 25, 2019. "Composite World" invites you to booth 104, pavilion 1, Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow, Russia.
11 | 04 | 2019 Udav handgun passes verification, gets recommended for serial production
The handgun remains operational within a range of air temperatures from 50 degrees below zero freezing to plus 70 degrees Celsius.
22 | 03 | 2019 Russia has no need to redesign MC-21s wing after imports substitution, says official
Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said Russia expects to complete the certification of the MC-21 airliner in 2020 and arrange its serial production in 2021.
22 | 02 | 2019 Russian Scientists Have Tested the Antarctic Sleigh for Heavy Loads
Russian scientists have successfully completed the first tests of high-tech sledge for transportation of heavy loads on ice in Antarctica near the Russian station "Progress". New super-heavy sled was designed and manufactured at the St. Petersburg factory on processing of plastic named "Komsomol truth". When they were used new materials composites, polymers and special welding techniques, innovative materials and nano -.
31 | 01 | 2019 Heat and ultrasonic help scientists to detect kissing-bond defects in a promising space material
Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University together with their colleagues from Malaysia have studied for the first time a carbon-carbon (C/C) composite by a new non-destructive method ultrasonic IR thermography. The material itself is promising for aerospace engineering since it can withstand the temperature of up to 2,500 C. Experiments showed that the method makes it possible to detect so-called kissing-bond defects in the materials with high accuracy and online. If they are not detected in time they can cause emergency situations.
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