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Posted by Andy Loff on Jul 22, 2020

Ferry ImpactThe higher the requirements, the better FRP compares as the solution. This was evident again in last week’s webinar on fender protection systems under high energy impacts. The high strength, low-stiffness structural behavior of FRP ensures a system that bends, but does not break. During the discussion on the design of these energy-absorbing fenders, there were questions from attendees. We have compiled our responses on our sister company’s website. Take a look at the High Impact Answers.

The webinar discussed FRP pipe piles, properties, manufacturing and, most importantly, how to design these fenders using FRP piles and the latest product evolution: high-stiffness FiberWALES.

If you would like to listen to the webinar, please click this link to request a recording.

Topics: fenders, FRP flexibility, FiberWALE

Andy Loff

AboutAndy Loff

Andrew Loff is Vice President of Composite Advantage and is responsible for the technical operations. He is an industry expert in molding technologies including vacuum infusion. He has developed specialized molding methods and taught hands-on molding courses to the industry. Loff designs the innovative FRP structures manufactured by the company. He was previously Manager of Molding Technology at the National Composite Center. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Composite Material Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Winona State University.

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