Nanostructure strengthens, de-ices, and monitors aircraft wings, wind turbine blades, and bridges

A nanostructured sensor, whose development and tests involved Skoltech researchers, has shown promise for enhancing construction parts made of glass fiber-reinforced polymer composite materials: aircraft wings, wind turbine blades, bridge spans, car bodies, boat hulls, etc. It can be embedded into a structure without the need to cure it in an autoclave.


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