News - 22 Aug 2007
Combine a mechanical arm with a miniature rocket motor: The result is a prosthetic device that is the closest thing yet to a bionic arm.
A prototype of this radical design has been successfully...
Article - 8 Nov 2012
This article looks at how hurricanes are formed and how new engineering methods, utilising simple materials, are being studied to try and calm such storms.
Ceramic cores are sacrificial ceramic structures mainly used for creating cavities that are too complex or small to be machined within investing casting processes.
News - 14 May 2004
The European Commission today adopted an EU strategy to help Europe to become world leader in the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology the science of the infinitely small. Nanotech applications...
News - 4 May 2015
From June 15th to 19th, in Hall 9.0 - Booth #B62, at the ACHEMA Show 2015 in Frankfurt am Main Germany, Saint-Gobain Seals and Saint-Gobain Foams & Tapes will be showcasing their innovative...
Article - 7 Jun 2018
Rulon® PTFE is a versatile and high-performance material, which belongs to the series of proprietary, homogenous filled materials that provide low friction and high wear life.
Article - 3 Feb 2016
Coke formation is reduced by SilcoKlean®1000 by preventing the exposed metal surfaces from catalyzing fuel into carbon filaments.
Article - 10 Dec 2013
Tecvac provides solutions to address the surface engineering problems found in challenging fields, including aerospace, motorsport, medical devices, and offshore oil and gas engineering.
Article - 12 Jul 2013
Age hardening, also known as precipitation hardening, is a type of heat treatment that is used to impart strength to metals and their alloys.
Article - 11 Mar 2013
Unlike iron, which has been in use for over a thousand years, stainless steel is a relative newcomer to the materials science world, having first been produced only 100 years ago.