materials science

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materials science

The field of science dedicated to analysis and creation of basic materials, such as ceramics, polymers and synthetic hybrids.
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Consumer Packaging--The Consumer Packaging Division combines Berry Plastics' heritage Rigid Open Top and Rigid Closed Top divisions, the flexible packaging food and consumer product lines that were formerly part of the company's Flexible Packaging Division, and the shrink film product lines that were formerly part of Berry Plastics' Engineered Materials Division.
Ray White, president of IBC Engineered Materials said, "We are pleased to announce this validation of our Beralcast alloys and are committed to Lockheed Martin and the demanding requirements of this critical defense program
Huber Engineered Materials, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (U.
The Company's Engineered Materials Segment supplies piezoelectric and advanced composites for the communication, navigation, chemical, petrochemical, paper and oil industries, for civilian infrastructure and military applications.
Shafer, manager for strategic marketing in Engineered Materials, says his group's average customer order today is 18,000 lb; just five years ago it was 100,000 lb.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Huber Engineered Materials has offices in 15 countries.
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Brush Engineered Materials Inc.
ATLANTA -- Citing an unprecedented escalation in energy, raw material and transportation costs, Huber Engineered Materials (HEM), part of J.
Brush Wellman, the largest subsidiary of Brush Engineered Materials, is the only fully integrated producer of beryllium, beryllium alloys and beryllia ceramic in the world.
More than 65 percent of Cytec's carbon fiber production is earmarked for internal use by Cytec Engineered Materials in the manufacture of advanced composites, with the balance being sold to third-party materials manufacturers focused on the aerospace industry.

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