aramid fiber

ar·a·mid fiber

A strong, heat-resistant fiber formed of polymers with repeating aromatic groups branching from a carbon backbone, having flame retardant properties and used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires. Also called polyaramid fiber.

[ar(omatic) + (poly)amid(e).]
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Therefore, the purpose of this study is to develop sustainable structural concrete [5] by evaluating the flexural performance of RC beam to which recycled aggregates are substituted by 30% and by applying aramid fiber sheets by specifying the RC beam as reference specimen in order to provide comprehensive data for recycled aggregates and alternative resource to natural aggregates which are decreasing in reserve and to acquire reliability of it.
Kolon denied any wrongdoing and said the judgment was "the result of a multiyear campaign by DuPont aimed at forcing Kolon out of the aramid fiber market." The company plans to appeal the ruling.
Kevlar aramid fiber was commercialized by DuPont Company in 1972 as an industrial fiber product.