Amsterdam Museum in the Netherlands uses composite plates
on July 20, Tokyo Teijin company announced that the fibers produced by the company were used to mass produce composite plates, which were installed on the outer wall of the Amsterdam Municipal Museum in the Netherlands, which is considered to be the largest composite building in the world
most of the plates have been installed. The white building that looks floating after painting has a smooth surface without any joints, which is matched with the adjacent 1895 historical red brick building
Tevatron (aramid fiber) and nanofiber (carbon fiber) composites produced by Teijin company are used for building exterior walls. Designed by architect Benjamin Crowell, this exterior wall consists of a single surface covering an area of about 3000 square meters/32291 square feet. This solution will minimize the thermal expansion of the material to achieve a seamless effect. The design, development and production of exterior walls come from the creativity of several experts
the analysis results provided by Solico, an engineering company, show that the best solution should be composed of inner and surface sandwich structures made of composite laminates, with tevalen fibers and nex fibers as reinforcing materials. The resin expands with the increase of temperature. Due to the negative longitudinal thermal expansion coefficient of tevalen and nex fibers, the composite plate has the minimum thermal expansion. For every 1 ℃ rise in temperature, the composite material for seamless appearance of 100 meters/328 feet will only expand by 1 mm/0.04 inch. If glass fiber or aluminum is used to produce the same exterior wall, their expansion is 2.5 times. The cooperation with parts manufacturers and automobile engine manufacturers is getting closer and closer.
Teijin company provides tevalen and nex fibers to Dutch composite materials company, and uses the unidirectional fabric produced by this fiber as an intermediate product. The sandwich structure of the inner layer and the outer layer includes two layers of tevalen fabric, with NaX (3) universal testing machine sandwiched in the middle. The brake pads made of two solid but semi-metallic materials cannot be stretched and twisted at the same time, but they will also produce more dust and noise. The fabrics are perpendicular to each other
a total of 4850 kg/10 692 pounds of tevalen fiber and 4050 kg/8929 pounds of nex fiber are used in this exterior wall. The plates are bonded together with connecting laminates, so that the entire exterior wall forms a single whole
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