Nanoparticle based coatings could play a prominent role in extending the lifespan of materials such as leather and textiles.
In 2016, 88 million automobiles were sold across the world which is 4.8% more than the previous year. Today, the automotive industry has become increasingly competitive with customers demanding more environmentally friendly, safe, efficient and comfortable vehicles.
As demand continues to grow for materials to be stronger, more durable and lighter, manufacturers must look for new, innovative processes to produce the next generation of ceramics.
Using heat treatment and shape-setting processes, Fort Wayne Metals can offer Nitinol wires with enhanced properties and customizable shapes – with regards to its resistance to mechanical stress or fatigue performance.
Developing a New, Stronger Form of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia – 2YSZ
Properties, Fabrication and Applications of High Purity Nickel (Ni 99.98) in Form of Strip, Wire and Plate
From hpulcas GmbH
3D Printing Metamaterials with Shape Memory Behavior
By Liam Critchley
Terahertz Pulsed Spectroscopy to Monitor Polymorphic Conversion Processes
From TeraView Ltd.
Chemical Alteration of Solid-Solution Alloys
By Benedette Cuffari
Using FT-NIR Spectroscopy to Analyse Rice
From Galaxy Scientific Inc
Studying Material's Atomic Structure and Performance Using Neutrons
Scientists Discover a Way to Edit Communication Pathways in Silicon Chips
Material Scientists Unearth the Reasons Behind Higher Efficiency of Perovskites
New Hybrid Integrated Platform Promises to be a More Advanced Alternative to Conventional Integrated Circuits
BGU Team Develops New 3D Scanning Method
Morgan Advanced Materials Predicts Industry-Wide Adoption of Alumina and Silicon Carbide Components as Electric Vehicle Market Grows
From Morgan Advanced Materials
Researchers Develop New Light-Responsive Crystalline Material
Researchers Use New Computational Model to Mimic Quorum Sensing Behavior in Synthetic Materials
Researchers Report Period Doubling Route to Chaos with Magnetic Field Strength
Our understanding of the nanoscale world is continually developing. Aaron Claeys, founder of Nanex, saw the potential of nanotechnology when the science was still in its infancy and recognised that nanoparticle based coatings could play a prominent role in extending the lifespan of materials.
André de Albuquerque
Recent innovations in Dynamic Vapor Sorption include instruments that facilitate parallel experiments, an ultrasonic sensor for direct vapor concentration measurements and integrated Raman spectroscopy for the observation of phase changes.
The Injector syringes dispense sealant with total accuracy, removing concerns regarding over-dosing or under-dosing. The screw attachment functions on all valve stems and prevents leakages.
The OptiFlash is new small scale flash point analyzer that completes PACs Herzog OptiFlash family.
The Zeus Sub-Lite-Wall® tubing belongs to the Zeus family of thin-walled extrusions with wall thicknesses of 0.005" (0.127 mm) and below. At present, the company has taken this technology even further with the Zeus’ PTFE Sub-Lite-Wall® StreamLiner™ series.
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