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  • Article - 3 May 2002
    In the history of engineering ceramics applications, there have been many examples where imitated designs based on a metal’s performance have resulted in considerable failures of ceramic components.
  • Article - 12 Mar 2002
    This report summarises the development of cathodic protection of steel in concrete. It reports on the technology development and uptake across the world as well as applications and benefits.
  • Article - 5 Mar 2002
    Researchers can now control DNA biomolecules with radio waves. The ultimate goal of this work will be to use biological machines to perform tasks on a molecular scale.
  • Article - 14 Feb 2002
    Surface treatments are applied to titanium for a variety of reasons such as prevention of galling. Recommendations are also made for acid and brush cleaning of titanium components.
  • Article - 13 Feb 2002
    Titanium components can be fabricated in similar ways to stainless steels and nickel-based alloys. Processes such as cold forming, hot forming, drawing, tube bending and roller expansion are covered...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2002
    Titanium can be fabricated in much the same way as stainless steel and nickel-based alloys provided allowances are made for its properties. Some operations covered include welding, resistance welding,...
  • Article - 14 Jan 2002
    Nanophase Technologies Corp have released a new range of zinc oxide nanoparticles. Available in 3 sizes (others available on request), the powders are suited to electronics and personal care, with...
  • Article - 4 Jan 2002
    Gallium arsenide is suited to use in solar cells due to its 1.43eV band gap, high absorptivity, insensitivity to heat and resistance to radiation damage. Drawbacks, opprtunities, high-efficiency...
  • Article - 14 Dec 2001
    Safety issues associated with the manufacture, installation and usage of solar cells are addressed in the article.
  • Article - 21 Nov 2001
    Plasma cutting evolved from Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding. By constricting the nozzle opening, gas velocity increased and effectively blasted molten metal away from the puddle created by the arc....