Advanced Materials

Discover the potential of advanced materials in creating lighter, stronger, and more efficient products, paving the way for a brighter, more sustainable future.

Last Updated: October 10th, 2023 First Published :


Advanced Materials refer to new materials that are potentially useful in industries and enhance the overall economy of the state. These materials lead to various technological advancements and have various applications in military, industry, and the global world. Advanced Materials are concerned with the production, research, advanced design, fabrication, integration, and development of devices. When compared to traditional materials, an advanced material is any novel or significantly enhanced material that provides a distinct advantage in (physical or functional) performance. High-value metals, new and improved wood-based materials, composites, and polymers are examples of advanced materials. They are major contributors in the digital revolution and technical innovation. 

Figure 1: Advanced materials

ASTM standards have been devised to provide guidance for advanced material manufacturers as they engage in the production and designing of significant devices. In order to ensure safety and better quality of the materials, ASTM International has developed a number of standards critical to chemical composition, physical properties, constructability, and durability determination. These standards abide by the global requirements and are aligned with the guidelines of VAMAS (Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards).

ASTM standards followed to ensure safety in all realms include ASTM E2909-13, ISO/TS 80004-1:2010,  ASTM E2490-09, ISO/TR 13014:2012, ASTM E2524-08, ISO/TS12901-1:2012, and ASTM E2996-15.

All these standards are practiced in various nanotechnology industries to ensure efficient production and maintenance of equipment and systems. These standards help focus on the minute details and opt for effective ways to manufacture reliable equipment.

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