Researchers from Greece and France, in their latest article published in the journal Energies, have studied the influence of rotor bar shapes to increase the efficiency of a single-phase induction motor.
Published in the journal Carbon, researchers have investigated the spatial distribution of CNTs with different length scales during ball milling, sintering, and hot extrusion.
A group of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Materials that demonstrated the effects of different body attitudes on the aerodynamic characteristics and handling stability of racing cars. In racing cars, the aerodynamic acts on the tires through the suspension and the transmission of the body. Additionally, racing wheels can withstand higher tangential and lateral forces under changing conditions.
The Västra Götaland Region in Sweden invests in its own AI platform to meet the growing needs of healthcare, culture, public transport and regional development.
Converting sugar into hydrocarbons found in gasoline sounds like futuristic alchemy.
Shear Assisted Processing and Extrusion (ShAPE™) uses considerably less energy and can produce a product at over ten times the rate of conventional extrusion, with no compromise in quality.
Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology report the first-time ultrasonic extraction of valuable metals from electric car NMC batteries—a key contribution to the battery recycling process.
Mobility is changing — it’s electrifying. But not every vehicle is suited for electric propulsion and heavy battery systems. That’s where the rotary exhaust valve is revolutionary.
BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics have announced plans to explore the development of an all-electric ‘heavy lift’ uncrewed air system (UAS) as a potential new solution to deliver cost-effective, sustainable rapid response capability to military, security and civilian customers.
Essen/Marl. Evonik is expanding its portfolio of polyamide 12 compounds for insulating electrical conductors with the product VESTAMID® LX9050 OR.