EU funding for composite repair project

Repair of some ship structures (here, sea chests) with composite materials could be faster, cheaper and safer than traditional steel cutting and welding

Croatian maritime research company as2con has received a €600,000 European grant to develop ship repair techniques using composite materials.

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