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Continuous glass fibers have evolved through the years since the commercialization of the first product in 1935. Manufactured using a mix of raw materials such as silicates, soda, clay, boric acid, and a range of metal oxides, glass fibers exhibit a combination of desirable mechanical and chemical properties based on their chemical composition. With the increase in research intensity toward development of reinforced composites, modified high strength glass fibers are being considered as cost-effective reinforcement materials in comparison to carbon fibers. Glass fiber manufacturing companies have formulated unique approaches to improve strength and high temperature performance of glass fibers. In this TOE, we i

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High-strength Glass Fiber Reinforcements - High-Tech Materials TOERecent Innovations in High-strength Glass Fiber ReinforcementsHigh-strength Glass Reinforcement to Increase DurabilityRange of Low Density and High-strength Glass FibersCost Effective High-strength Glass Fiber Reinforcements Stretchable Woven High-performance Glass Fiber ReinforcementsStrategic InsightsCompetitive Landscape and Intellectual PropertyStrategic InsightsKey PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry ContactsIndustry Contacts




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