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  • Article - 3 May 2002
    Aluminium casting processes such as sand casting and die casting processes including gravity casting, high and low pressure die casting, vacuum die casting and squeeze casting are all described.
  • Article - 17 Apr 2002
    Steel recycling trends for north America show positive trends with an overal recycling rate of 67.8%. Automotive recycling saw the largest increase, with other areas such as steel cans, construction...
  • Article - 5 Apr 2002
    A report on the use of plastic body panels for cars, the materials, development process and obstacles. The advantages and propsects for the future are also covered.
  • Article - 3 Apr 2002
    While platinum is best known as a precious metal and use in jewellery and as an investment, it has several other key uses. Some of these include catalysts for automotive and chemical applications,...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2002
    The addition of buckytubes to polymer matrices can introduce fascinating mechanical, electrical and thermal properties as well as opening the door to a range of new applications. These new...
  • Article - 11 Feb 2002
    Platinum, with its unique physical and chemical properties, is used in a wide variety of industrial and environmental applications. It is also regarded as one of the finest, among all jewelry metals.
  • Article - 23 Nov 2001
    Materials with grain sizes in the order of a billionth of a meter are called nanomaterials, or nanocrystalline materials, which can be used for a range of structural and non-structural applications.
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Vinyl outdoor products such as fencing, decking, railings, pergolas, gazebos etc are one of the fastest growing areas in the building industry.
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Vinyl has many uses in cars and is used for several reasons. Some include cost advantages, environmental reasons and recyclability. Some applications include body mouldings, under bonnet wiring,...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    The simple answer to the question "is vinyl safe?" is yes. It even has medical applications. Scientists have also failed to find a link between vinyl chloride and human illnesses such as liver cancer.