Composite Materials and Structures Center

CMSC
Composite materials are a new class of materials that combine two or more separate components into a form suitable for structural applications. While each component retains its identity, the new composite material displays macroscopic properties superior to its parent constituents, particularly in terms of mechanical properties and economic value.
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Composite Materials and Structures Center 2100 Engineering Building Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824-1226 Phone: (517) 353-5466 Fax: (517) 432-1634

Composite materials are a new class of materials that combine two or more separate components into a form suitable for structural applications.  While each component retains its identity, the new composite material displays macroscopic properties superior to its parent constituents, particularly in terms of mechanical properties and economic value.