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  • Article - 20 May 2002
    Powder metallurgy provides a fast an economical alternative method to traditonal techniques for production of rings. This article describes the patented process used by Engelhard for producing wedding...
  • Article - 3 Apr 2002
    A comprehensive overview on magnesia from its origins, occurences, raw materials, grades such as calcined, deadburned and fused (inclusing refractory and electrical) to their production. Markets for...
  • Article - 21 Mar 2002
    Product development cycles have decreased considerably with the growing use of Computer-Aided Design (CAD).
  • Article - 4 Mar 2002
    Excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance make titanium an ideal material for architectural applications. The reasons for its suitability including light weight, high strength, energy...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Vinyl windows are used in many residential and light commercial applications. They are similar to aluminium windows, using an extruded frame around a glass pane.
  • Article - 3 Oct 2001
    Mullite is the mineralogical name for the only chemically stable intermediate phase in the SiO2–Al2O3 system. The mineral rarely occurs in its natural form, and can be found on the Isle of Mull off...
  • Article - 26 Jul 2001
    This article provides details on how aluminium nitride is produced, key properties and its applications, including microelectronics.
  • Article - 25 Apr 2001
    Aluminium and its alloys are truly versatile engineering materials. It is used in industries such as electrical, packaging, transport, building and architecture, gas cylinders, machined components,...
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    Research Interests Solid Oxide Fuel cells (SOFC) Ionic diffusion and electrical conductivity in ceramics Synthesis of ceramic materials Ceramic Processing Thick film...
  • Article - 3 Apr 2001
    Diamond is the hardest material known to man. It also has other properties that make it a useful engineering material such as a low co-efficient of friction and high thermal conductivity. As such it...