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Carbon fibres are strands of carbon atoms that are between five and ten micrometers in diameter. They have a very high tensile strength, whilst also being relatively light, stiff, temperature-tolerant and chemical resistant. Despite their high price tags compared with glass and plastic fibres, they are widely used in many high-spec applications including motorsports, more

Carbon fibres are strands of carbon atoms that are between five and ten micrometers in diameter. They have a very high tensile strength, whilst also being relatively light, stiff, temperature-tolerant and chemical resistant. Despite their high price tags compared with glass and plastic fibres, they are widely used in many high-spec applications including motorsports, aerospace equipment and civil engineering projects. Carbon fibres are typically embedded in other materials such as in plastic resin to form rigid, lightweight carbon-fibre-reinforced polymers (CRPs) or in graphite to form heat-resistant carbon-carbon composites.

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