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  • Article - 13 Dec 2005
    The term “high-performance ceramics” refers to a variety of often highly-specialized ceramic materials. These materials demonstrate a unique spectrum of mechanical, electrical, thermal and...
  • Article - 8 Dec 2005
    CeramTec is a manufacturer of Alumina and Aluminum Nitride substrates. Rubalit® and Alunit® materials were developed in their own laboratories.
  • 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 Mar 2003
    Polyetheretherketone is ahigh performance thermoplastic that is strong, stiff, hard and has high temperature resistance. Other properties such as electrical, mechanical, physical, thermal and chemical...
  • Article - 17 Jan 2003
    The Venlo system from X-Tek provides a digital alternative to x-ray film non-destructive testing. The benefits, capabilities, resolution, penetration and design features of the system are outlined.
  • Article - 30 Aug 2002
    Laser forming is a deposition process which can produce titanium parts directly from CAD drawings. It has advantages over casting and machining in certain applications. The process, advantages,...
  • Article - 11 Mar 2002
    Superalloys are emerging as a viable alternative to ceramic filters for clean burning coal power generators. The possibility of creating thin filters with high surface area and limited susceptibility...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2002
    Buckytubes are a type of fullerene or perfect carbon structure. The discovery, evolution and structure of single and multiwall buckytubes are considered. Advantages over other materials including...
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    Polymer nanocomposites, polymers that are reinforced with nano-sized particles, provide enhanced mechanical, thermal, electrical, and barrier properties. Continued research and development of new...
  • Article - 24 May 2001
    Thermoplastic additives such as plasticisers, flame retardants, UV stabilisers, antioxidants and other additives are explained. Fillers, reinforcements and blends such as acrylonitrile butadiene...