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Traditionally, for applications that require heat transfer (e.g. heat exchangers),metals have been the go-to material for manufacturers because of their high thermal as
well as structural properties. However, metals have

Traditionally, for applications that require heat transfer (e.g. heat exchangers),metals have been the go-to material for manufacturers because of their high thermal as
well as structural properties. However, metals have some notable drawbacks. They are
not corrosion-resistant, offer no freedom of design, have a high cost of production, and
sourcing the material itself. Even though polymers on their own don’t show great
prospects in the field of thermal applications, their composites perform better than their

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