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  • Article - 9 Mar 2001
    This novel family of materials is quite new and hence applications are relatively limited. This article describes a number of potential applications for auxetic materials including biomedical,...
  • Article - 9 Mar 2001
    This article describes the properties of an unusual material class. Unlike most materials, when stretched in one direction, auxetic materials also expand in the transverse direction, while most...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    Case Study: Joining stainless steel pipework in plumbing systems can be expensive, time consuming and difficult. However, through the use of (anaerobic) adhesives, high quality joints can be produced...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    Case Study: This article outlines the repair of a steel water pipeline. In this case steel patches were bonded into place where wall thickness was significantly corroded. This provided a cost...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    Case Study: Adhesives provided a viable alternative to welding etc for authorities who had a problem with people converting cars to commercial vehicles to avoid taxes in Ireland.
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    This article provides some brief tips on how adhesives should be used. It covers surface preparation, selection and outlines some databases that can be used for further information.
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    The different families of adhesives commonly used today are explained as well as applications. Examples include anaerobics, phenolics, epoxies, silicones, polyimides, hot melts etc.
  • Article - 7 Mar 2001
    Component production using powder metallurgy is described. Processes involved are compaction (unixial pressing), sintering, sizing and finishing operations such as machining, heat treatment and...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2001
    Smart coatings provide an optimal response to an external stimulus. They have potential applications in building windows for thermal/UV control, wear and corrosion and aerospace. Also covered are...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2001
    The benefits of PM superalloys over conventional superalloys are explored. It covers the nickel and titanium based superalloys and looks at future developments and directions.