Evonik and its partners plan to develop CFRPs with metal inserts for automotive applications

Evonik recently announced a new project, dubbed CAMISMA, to produce carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRPs) containing metal inserts (the acronym CAMISMA is derived from a German phrase that translates as "carbon fiber/amide/metal-based interior structural elements in a multi-material system approa...

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