Allectra has provided custom flanges and cables for AstroBio CubeSat (ABCS), a 3U Cubesat hosting a mini laboratory payload based on innovative lab-on chip technology suitable for research in the astrobiology science, biotechnology and pharmaceutical technologies sectors.
Allectra has supplied components and cables for the Large-Scale Polarization Explorer (LSPE) SWIPE and STRIP instruments.
How do the physics of falling water drops and the flexible leaf surface interact? What relevance does it have in the future of aircraft design? Scientists from IIT Bombay explain.
On 22nd and 23rd September, the Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Summit (AAMS) the international business summit dedicated to Additive Manufacturing in the aerospace industry will bring together, during two days, at the MEETT in Toulouse, France, most of the key players in this field: manufacturers, suppliers, major companies, SMEs, small companies and researchers.
Materials for aerospace applications face many challenges. The structure of an aircraft must be light yet strong.
New research published in Scientific Reports has revealed that a simple but robust algorithm can help engineers to improve the design of cellular materials that are used in a variety of diverse applications ranging from defence, bio-medical to smart structures and the aerospace sector.
Combustors are considered crucial pieces of gas engines and the chambers in which the combustion powering the engine takes place. But combustors tend to break down as a result of deadly high-frequency oscillations at the time of the combustion process.
Sakuu Corporation, the leader in automated multi-process additive manufacturing, today announced that it has developed a 3Ah lithium-metal solid-state battery that equals or betters current lithium-ion batteries.
Certain materials employed in aerospace applications like polymers can erode and degrade upon prolonged exposure to ultraviolet radiation, atomic oxygen, and extreme temperature cycling found in outer space.
A new study by a Swansea University academic has announced a new mathematical formula that will help engineers assess the point at which cellular materials, which are used a wide range of applications ranging from aerospace to the construction industry, will bend and buckle.