DRESDEN, Germany, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Technological, economic and social progress is based on industrial innovations and economic growth. New materials are one of the main factors for securing a significant advantage in international competition. Growth branches like automotive and aircraft construction, plant engineering industries and the steel industry are profiting considerably from new materials and lightweight innovations. Dresden is one of the largest and most successful center for new materials and lightweight engineering; and from April 13-17, the Saxon materials location will be exhibiting at HANNOVER TRADE FAIR 2015. In addition, the opening of the new branch conference 'Werkstoffwoche' (Materialsweek) will take place in Dresden.
New Materials provide Industry Innovations and Economic Growth
Unique metallic structures, hybrid materials, composite fiber-ceramic materials or materials of high temperature resistance - materials with new properties and functions - make it possible to create new products. New materials provide innovations in a myriad of industries including vehicle construction, aerospace, plant engineering, medical technology and prosthetics. Such as energy-efficient electric vehicles, ultra-lightweight aircraft concepts, more comfortable dentures and intelligent sportswear with sewn-in electronics. New materials not only influence product success, they influence the success of entire industries. New materials assist in opening up new markets, securing economic competitiveness and contribute to a more efficient handling of energy and raw material resources.
Steel Industry counts on New Materials and Lightweight Engineering
The steel industry employs new materials more and more frequently. The future of vehicle manufacturing will not be able to get around high-grade and cost-effective steel, should the mass-produced automobile remain affordable. High tensile, flexible and malleable steels with new mechanical and technological properties reduce weight and fuel consumption and increase safety (…)
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