Article - 15 Jun 2009
This detailed account provides information on the mechanical, thermal, electrical and chemical properties of MACOR. Also included are details on machining such as sawing, turning, milling, drilling,...
Article - 25 Jun 2004
Applied NanoWorks have released nano-sized abrasives for use in applications such as chemical mechanical polishing (CMP). They have available silica, alumina, zirconia and ceria abrasives in water...
Article - 25 Oct 2006
The effect of detonation synthesis nanodiamond powders on the structure and properties of electroless deposition Ni-B coatings on steel was studied. Improved mechanical properties of coatings can be...
Article - 14 Mar 2018
The applications of advanced technical ceramics have multiplied manifold in the modern age. They are used for a wide array of tools and devices, ranging from sharp-edged tools to implants, and this...
Article - 16 Jun 2014
AS1528 was revised in 2001 by key stakeholders in the Australian food manufacturing and tube industries. AS 1528 is unique, in that it covers all the associated fittings in addition to the tube.
Article - 20 Sep 2005
Multi-dimensional Al2O3/Ni nanocomposites with preserved multifunctional magnetic properties are successfully fabricated by an aqueous monomer suspension casting and coating processes. An optimal...
Article - 17 Jul 2018
The automotive industry requires steel with a high strength, and this need is continually being met by ongoing developments.
Article - 10 Dec 2007
In this article hydroxyapatite ceramics containing glass powders were prepared to prevent dissolution at grain boundaries that become large cracks. Glass phase incorporated into hydroxyapatite acts as...
Article - 17 May 2005
Aluminium alloys are normally supplied as semi-finished products such as sheet, plate, coil, extrusions, tube or wire. All forms can then be readily fabricated into finished products using a wide...
Article - 23 Dec 2011
The blanket is an in-vessel component to play rolls of heat-exchange and fuel breeding. The first wall (FW) of a blanket faces the fusion plasma, and it is subjected to 0.5 MW/m2 of heat from plasma.