'Massless' Energy - Structural Power Composites (Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing)

Dr Emile Greenhalgh, Reader in Composite Materials
Imperial College London (The Composites Centre)
United Kingdom
 
Apr 29, 2015.

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Presentation Summary

Worldwide developments in structural power composites, and in particular work conducted at Imperial College London, will be presented. Although there are still considerable engineering challenges which need to be addressed, such as durability and manufacturability, it is anticipated that structural power materials will revolutionise transport applications and mobile devices.

Speaker Biography (Emile Greenhalgh)

Dr Emile S. Greenhalgh is a Reader in Composite Materials and has worked in polymer composites for over 26 years. In particular, he is internationally recognised as the expert in failure analysis (fractography) of composites. He leads the structural power research at Imperial College London and headed the European Union FP7 programme (STORAGE) on structural power materials for hybrid cars.

Company Profile (Imperial College London - The Composites Centre)

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Founded in 1907 and consistently rated amongst the world's best universities, Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Imperial has around 12,000 full-time students coming from 123 countries, with approximately 4,000 involved in taught or research based postgraduate studies. Imperial is divided into 3 faculties and a business school.
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