Article - 15 Jul 2003
SuperCooler technology was developed by Ladish. It uses compressed air carefully controled by computers to control cooling rates and reduce thermal stresses while optimising properties. The process...
Article - 5 May 2003
Physical and mechanical properties for this high strength titanium alloy. Fabrication and alternative designations for Ti10V2Fe3Al are also provided.
Article - 23 Aug 2001
Spray formed Ni and Al alloys offer improved performance and reduced costs for some aerospace applications. The process is described and its application to nickel superalloys and aluminium alloys....
Article - 11 Feb 2009
The primary purpose of an aircraft APU is to provide power to start the main engines of an aircraft. APUs also generate electrical and pneumatic power to run the heating, cooling, and ventilation...
Article - 14 Aug 2003
Ti4Al4Mo2Sn is a high strength forging titanium alloy. Its silicon content improves strength and creep resistance at intermediate temperatures. Other designations, phyical and mechanical properties,...
Article - 13 Aug 2002
Titanium is probably best known for its application in aircraft components. This article covers many titanium alloys and there usage in the aerospace industry.
Article - 6 May 2012
The attainment of durable metal bonds is of interest to the defense, aerospace, and automotive sectors. The usage of surface treatments is well established to help offer optimized reliability and the...
Article - 19 Dec 2011
Titanium is a very attractive material for many applications because of it’s low density, high strength and excellent corrosion resistance, however, it’s use is rather limited because of it’s high...
Article - 21 Sep 2011
Silicone rubber is a thermoset elastomer having a backbone made up of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms and methyl or vinyl side groups. In this study the vulcanization behaviour of liquid silicone...
Article - 12 Jul 2011
Thermosetting polymers create durable, strong bonds and they offer enhanced capabilities in extreme environments.