A team of researchers have developed an innovative and simple method which uses helium atoms to control the behaviour of a range of complex oxide materials.
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Few environments are as hostile to mechanical components as the undersea world, where the corrosive effects of salt water combine with abrasive particles such as sand and, in many industrial situations, chemicals such as sulphides to create a uniquely difficult aggressive location.
A team of researchers have cooled molecules in a sodium potassium gas to a temperature of 500nK, which is slightly above absolute zero and many times colder than interstellar space.
On Sunday 7th June 2015, Sir Bradley Wiggins broke the World Hour Record with the help of 3D printed super lightweight and aerodynamic handlebars.
A wide range of materials may be used in the design of the aircraft to make use of properties such as strength, elasticity, specific weight and corrosion resistance.
Eric J. Schelter speaks to AZoM.com about the recent development of a new way to chemically separate neodymium and dysprosium, the two key elements in NdFeB magnets.
Amulya Das talks to AZoM.com about the insulation systems they supply, and how they can provide customized solutions for a wide range of applications.
Dr. Jeff Roblee, Divisional Vice President of Technology at Precitech, talks to AZoM.com about their new fleet of machines focused on Light Management applications.
James Hunt, Manufacturing Officer from the Mercury Centre at the University of Sheffield, talks to AZoM.com about developing the 3D printed aerobars which Sir Bradley Wiggins used to break the world hour record.
Thomas Wodcke, Product Engineer and Applications Specialist for Instron's Industrial Products Group, talks to AZoM.com about the challenges faced in rebar testing and the solutions Instron can offer.
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