2 Carbon-Carbon Composites (Carbon Matrix Composites)1.
What does C-CC stand for?
C-CC stands for Carbon-Carbon Composite
This definition appears very rarely
We have 1761 other meanings of C-CC in our Acronym Attic
- Carotid-Cavernous (relating to the carotid artery and the sinuses)
- Ceramic-on-Ceramic (biomaterials)
- Conventional Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (surgery)
- Canadian Coalition Against Child Exploitation
- Coast Watch Change Analysis Program (US NOAA)
- Centre for Computer Aided Power Sector Studies
- Controller Communication and Situation Awareness Terminal
- Certified Clinical Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Social Worker
- Counter Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (US Air Force)
- Carbon Reduction Carbon Capture and Storage (trademark of the C-CCS CarbonStream Group)
- Center for Comparative and Evolutionary Biology of Hearing (University of Maryland; College Park, MD)
- Colon Cancer Family Registry
- Chronic Type C Hepatitis
- Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network
- Central Japan Commodity Exchange (est. 1996)
- Concurrent Complementary Operators Method
- Third-Order Concurrent Complementary Operators Method
- Fourth-Order Concurrent Complementary Operators Method
- Fifth-Order Concurrent Complementary Operators Method
Samples in periodicals archive:
Smeacetto, F, Salvo, M, Ferraris, M, "Oxidation Protective Multilayer Coatings for Carbon-Carbon Composites.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] In addition to the production of the CMDF-resin-infused samples, it may also be possible to produced high-value carbon-carbon composites by repeated carbonization and resin infusion of similarly produced samples.
The resulting material resists oxidative deterioration at 850 [degrees] C, nearly double the threshold of the carbon-carbon composite, says principal researcher James Economy of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Potential uses include twisted structural cables, woven preforms for carbon-carbon composites, and ultra-high-modulus rod structures for military uses.
The porous carbonized wood may be used for various applications such as filters, or may be further processed to form carbon-polymer or carbon-carbon composites.
The broadband optical absorber represents an entirely new application for low-density carbon-carbon composites currently used as thermal insulation on deep-space probes, said Bob Lauf of ORNL's Metals and Ceramics Division.
2, 1996--Textron Systems announced today its plans to begin construction of a carbon rapid densification facility to scale-up production of carbon-carbon composite products utilizing the company's patented RD process.