Results 2051 - 2060 of 2073 for Glass
  • Article - 8 Mar 2001
    The different families of adhesives commonly used today are explained as well as applications. Examples include anaerobics, phenolics, epoxies, silicones, polyimides, hot melts etc.
  • Article - 7 Mar 2001
    Smart coatings provide an optimal response to an external stimulus. They have potential applications in building windows for thermal/UV control, wear and corrosion and aerospace. Also covered are...
  • Article - 6 Mar 2001
    Excellent wear resistance, thermal shock resistance and high temperature properties make reaction bonded silicon carbide a logical choice for kiln and furnace furniture, wear and thrust bearings,...
  • Article - 28 Feb 2001
    The numerous powder compaction and sintering processes including uniaxial pressing, hot and cold isostatic pressing and sintering are described herein.
  • Article - 28 Feb 2001
    Smart materials are able to respond to changes in their surroundings. They have potential applications in aerospace and civil engineering. Work continues on refining these materials down to the...
  • Article - 28 Feb 2001
    This family of adhesive resins is designed for aerospace use with high temperature stability.
  • Article - 28 Feb 2001
    An outline of the use of halogenated epoxy resins which display hydrophobic characteristics. These adhesives prevent moisture from attacking polymer metal joints and are based on fluoroepoxy resins.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2001
    This article describes the process of ultrasonic welding and describes systems used for the process. It looks at its application to metals and plastics.
  • Article - 16 Feb 2001
    Float glass provides the material for all other forms of processed glass, such as laminated glass and toughened glass. This article outlines its production and some of its applications.
  • Article - 16 Feb 2001
    Laminated glass comprises layers of glass in a “sandwich-type” arrangement, in which a layer of flexible polymeric material is sandwiched between two layers of glass.