Article - 21 Jun 2004
The Howitzer M777 is the replacement for the M198. Advantages of the M777 over the M198 are reported as well as materials and design criteria and choices. The resulting performance and production...
Article - 29 Sep 2004
The US Army has awarded Goodrich a contract ti develop carbon fibre reinforced composites for use in 81mm mortar barrels. The benefits of using this type of materials are mentioned. Posted July 8 2004
Article - 23 Aug 2022
This article from Cannon Instrument explains how a viscometer can be used to study the effect of antioxidants on a polyethylene solution.
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 - 16 Feb 2009
In order to maximize sample throughput, used oil analysis laboratories often reduce run times for viscosity measurements. In this article, viscosity standards and a used oil sample were analyzed on...
Article - 29 Nov 2016
Gravimetric Capillary is the most common technique used to measure kinematic viscosity. It is temperature controlled, usually 40 ºC for single grade oils, and both 40 and 100 ºC for multi-grade oils.
Article - 9 Jun 2016
Viscosity the most important physical property of a lubricating oil, as determines how easily the oil circulates and its load carrying capability.
Article - 28 Nov 2012
Autofrettage is a metal fabrication method with a wide range of applications, from the manufacture of gun barrels on battleships and tanks to the manufacture of fuel injection systems for diesel...
Article - 8 Jan 2021
In this interview, AZoM talks to Lyndon Newman, Lead Engineer for Rail at TRB Lightweight Structures, about the use of TRB's composites in the Rail industry.
Article - 23 Jan 2017
Figure 1 displays a cutaway view of TMC’s Gimbal Piston™ isolator, which uses two air chambers instead of one. The chambers are connected by a small orifice. When the piston moves up and down, air is...