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Composite materials are broadly defined as those in which a binder is reinforced with a strengthening material. In modern terms, the binder is usually a resin, and the reinforcing material consists of glass strands (fiberglass), carbon fibers or aramid fibers. However, there are other composites too ...
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Downsides: Cost will be about 20 percent higher than composite’s low end. our first response when picking up a small sample was, “that’s heavy!” but it isn’t going anywhere once installed, so the weight is only a big deal when it comes to building a foundation under the planks.
In a chapter entitled "Composite Construction" there are examples of wood planks on iron frames. Of course, composite construction today means something entirely different. In the 100 years it took for composite construction to change meanings, we added steel, aluminum, various plastics, and even ferrocement to the material list.
The traditional boat building material used for hull and spar construction. It is buoyant, widely available and easily worked. It is a popular material for small boats (of e.g. 6-metre (20 ft) length; such as dinghies and sailboats).