Carbon fiber, as its name implies, is not only the inherent intrinsic property of carbon materials, but also the soft processability of textile fibers. It is a new generation of reinforcing fibers. Compared with traditional glass fiber (GF), Young's modulus is more than three times; compared with Kevlar fiber (KF-49), not only the Young's modulus is about 2 times, but also in organic solvents. Insoluble in acid and alkali, the corrosion resistance is outstanding. Some scholars immersed PAN-based CF in a strong alkaline NaOH solution in 1981. It has been more than 30 years since it has maintained its fiber shape.
Carbon fiber is a microcrystalline graphite material obtained by carbonizing and graphitizing organic fibers.
Application of carbon fiber composite materials in water and land transportation industry
Application of carbon fiber composite materials in sports industry
Application of carbon fiber composite materials in aviation industry