Hybrid Materials

Combining Alloy Materials

There is no doubt that our needs are constantly evolving. This is the same as the needs for alloy material. In turn, with this increasing and evolving needs comes the necessity for new approaches to solving the issue. One industry that has been significantly affected by this is the alloy industry. Today there is a change in demand, and orthodox materials are finding it hard to meet existing needs. This is where hybrid materials come in. 

Today, there is a wide range of alloy needs that it has become impossible for the existing alloys to meet the needs. Even more, there are various cases where the application of an alloy requires a composition of various materials to reach the density needed for results. This is another reason why hybrid materials have become even more relevant. This is because it allows producers to get access to the required materials component to get the desired result.

Hybrid materials refer to materials that emerge following the coupling of some materials based on a predetermined configuration. These couplings allow for the addition of a clever component that ensures that the goals which a single alloy material cannot achieve get achieved by a wide variety of materials. In turn, it becomes easier more than ever to achieve the best result. 

At our Institute, we constantly research into the development of hybrid materials that can easily meet the needs of end-users of alloy materials. 

We develop a wide range of multi-component materials. However, we ensure that our creation gets restricted to metal alloys. Regardless, there is a wide variously of option that we develop.

This includes the nanolayered thin film and bulk sandwich structure. In this design, we place metallic foams between the metallic sheet. To ensure that we can achieve all this, we adopt a multidisciplinary approach that ensures we engage in a comprehensive result.

We truly recognise the need for our approach to be multidisciplinary, and that is why we do so. In turn, we integrate material engineering with mechanical engineering to get the desired result—our material engineering involves alloy development or selection. We then complement it with ensuring the most desirable mechanical design of the alloy material. We then prioritise the individual behaviour of each component by element modelling.

We can achieve all this thanks to our team of experts. We have a team with considerable experience in hybrid materials. This ensures that they can be at the forefront of innovations within the sector. We are committed to ensuring that we can meet the needs of end-users regardless of the complexities of their needs.

We achieve this through our expert research team that continues to develop new ways. Regardless of the structure, we continually produce the desired result that places us at the top of the list within the industry.