Article - 28 Sep 2017
Airports and sea ports use inspection and security systems such as baggage scanners, cargo scanners and container scanners. X-Ray images can also be used for radiation and security.
Article - 15 Feb 2001
This article discusses thermoplastic composites and how they have overtaken aluminum as the production material of choice in the aviation and transportation industries.
Article - 21 Jul 2020
CSIRO and CBG Systems' innovative ship cladding will be important for the shipping industry, helping to improve safety and cut emissions.
Article - 4 Apr 2017
While transporting perishable products, it has become increasingly important to produce records of the temperatures, and in certain cases, humidity, to which the cargo has been exposed to.
Article - 5 May 2003
The use of aluminium in the transpostation industry is on the increase. The reasons for this are described. The benefits that aluminium brings to the industry, the environment and society are...
Article - 29 May 2010
Masteel's hot rolled shipbuilding steel is produced in accordance with the relevant Classification Society, examples of which include Lloyds Register and Det Norske Veritas. They also offer higher...
Article - 14 Feb 2017
The Port of Los Angeles, also known as America’s Port, occupies 7,500 acres of water and land with more than 40 miles of waterfront.
Article - 4 Aug 2014
The main barrier preventing renewable energy, such as wind and solar, becoming the dominant power source has always been their inefficiency during times of limited wind and sun exposure.
Article - 31 Jan 2022
The article presents a thorough evaluation of the advantages, uses, and basic principles of passive daytime radiative materials.
Article - 15 Feb 2017
Amulya Das, Director of Business Development and Corporate R&D at Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc., talks to AZoM about their advanced coated fabrics used in the aerospace industry.