Results 51 - 60 of 132 for Architectural applications
  • Article - 1 Apr 2013
    Man-made honeycomb structures have been built with similar geometry to natural honeycomb composites to ensure minimal weight and material cost.
  • 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.
  • Article - 6 Mar 2013
    Stainless steel grade LDX 2404® is a lean duplex stainless steel containing molybdenum. The new duplex grade LDX 2404® has been designed with a property profile to fill the gap between the existing...
  • Article - 6 Mar 2013
    Stainless steel grade A240 has a crystal structure that is ferritic, and hence this material is ferromagnetic in soft annealed condition. The high chromium content in this steel helps in replacing...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2013
    Grade 202 stainless steel is a type of Cr-Ni-Mn stainless with similar properties to A240/SUS 302 stainless steel. The toughness of grade 202 at low temperatures is excellent.
  • Article - 18 Jan 2013
    This application note discusses the use of COMPOSOLITE FRP covers from Strongwell as a replacement for aluminum and steel covers.
  • Article - 26 Dec 2012
    A fiberglass stair tower measuring 63' height at the U.S. Army Training Base situated in Fort Story, Virginia, was engineered to endure column loading beyond 90,000 lbs and wind loads of 130 lbs/sq....
  • Article - 19 Dec 2012
    Glass is a non-crystalline solid material that is optically transparent and brittle. Glass is obtained from three key substances that include limestone, sand and baking soda. Glass is a recyclable...
  • Article - 18 Dec 2012
    Copper has been used by man for thousands of years. It was first used to make coins and ornaments in 8000 B.C. By 5500 B.C. copper tools were invented which aided civilization to emerge from the Stone...
  • Article - 29 Sep 2012
    OLEDs have broken through in the past 18 months, and there are now clear signs that they will finally live up to their long-promised commercial potential.