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Evolution in inherent vibration supressive materials


Graphene Composites Ltd (GC) have long believed that combining graphene, one of the world’s strongest materials, together with aerogel, one of the world’s lightest materials, produces a composite structure which is extremely resilient

Many of today’s challenges in science and technology can be met by utilising novel materials with superior performance gained through their exceptional properties. Damping capacity along with strength and toughness combined with very low density are material properties which are of crucial interest across a wide range of industries. The development of composite materials, manufactured with multiple component materials, has gained significant interest as it allows for the predicted design of novel, engineered products with tuneable characteristics.

Graphene Composites Ltd (GC) have long believed that combining graphene, one of the world’s strongest materials, together with aerogel, one of the world’s lightest materials, produces a composite structure which is extremely resilient – so resilient, in fact, that this combination forms the basis for GC’s patented ballistic protection products such as the GC Patrol Shield®.

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