TAXONOMY

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CONCEPT NAME

Composites

DESCRIPTION

Composites, also known as composite materials, are natural or synthetic materials made from two or more constituents and with physicochemical properties that are different from those of the individual components. Examples of composites are fibre-reinforced polymers, glass-reinforced plastics, nacre, bone and cement.

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  • Structural Materials

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    1 subjects:composites dcterms:modified 2017-10-09T07:41:13+00:00
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    3 rdf:type npg:Subject
    4 sg:Subject
    5 skos:Concept
    6 rdfs:label Composites
    7 skos:altLabel Composite materials
    8 composition materials
    9 skos:broader subjects:structural-materials
    10 skos:closeMatch dbpedia:Composites
    11 skos:definition Composites, also known as composite materials, are natural or synthetic materials made from two or more constituents and with physicochemical properties that are different from those of the individual components. Examples of composites are fibre-reinforced polymers, glass-reinforced plastics, nacre, bone and cement.
    12 skos:hiddenLabel composites
    13 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] Composite materials, often shortened to composites are engineered or naturally occurring materials made from two or more constituent materials with significantly different physical or chemical properties which remain separate and distinct at the macroscopic or microscopic scale within the finished structure.
    14 skos:inScheme subjects:
    15 skos:notation composites
    16 skos:prefLabel Composites
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