Composite material using waste polymer developed by Indian team

Students and faculty of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the institute have developed a composite material using waste polymer. As per Tribune News Service Amritsar, Global Institutes of Management and Emerging Technologies (GIMET) has claimed to have developed a composite material from waste polymer, which will be effective in making helmets, car bumpers and windmill blades stronger. The testing was carried out by CIPET. Results found that the composite material could be used at various levels. The new type of composite material was developed by Angel Bajaj, Amrojpreet Singh, Amritpal Singh, Amoldeep Singh and Amritjot Singh, fourth year students of the MET, under the guidance of Prof Vijay Bhanot. “This is perhaps the first innovation of its kind, which is created by waste, including shavings of polymer such as PVC pipes etc,” claimed Prof Vijay Bhanot, associate professor, Mechanical Engineering.
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