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What is the structure of composite material composite autoclave
The structure of a composite high-pressure vessel includes multiple layers of different materials bonded together. The innermost layer is typically made of a high-strength material such as carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) or glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) to provide the necessary strength and resistance to high pressure. This inner layer is then surrounded by a layer of resin or matrix material, which helps to distribute the load and provide additional strength.
On top of the matrix layer, there may be additional layers of reinforcement materials such as woven fabrics or unidirectional fibers, which further enhance the structural integrity of the vessel. These reinforcement layers can be made of different materials depending on the specific requirements of the application, including carbon fibers, glass fibers, aramid fibers, or other high-strength fibers.
Finally, the outermost layer of the composite high-pressure vessel is typically a protective coating or barrier mate.
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