Researchers at Australia's Deakin University are investigating the use of carbon fiber materials in vehicles and aircraft to lower energy consumption and improve safety. “There are enormous benefits in converting steel and aluminum parts in cars to lighter materials, especially in fuel savings,” Bronwyn Fox of Deakin's Center for Material and Fiber Innovation says. “Using carbon fiber composites produces lighter cars. Lighter cars are more fuel-efficient. Carbon fiber has a higher ...

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