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  • 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 - 11 Feb 2002
    Titanium is susceptible to corrosion in some environments despite its relative stability. Some of these types include general, galvanic and crevice corrosion, as well as stress corrosion cracking,...
  • Article - 3 Apr 2001
    Parylenes (or parxylylenes)are a family of polymers that can be used as a protective coating. They can be used for protection of artefacts as well as in the electronics and medical industries.
  • Article - 18 May 2017
    Energy is a basic component of our everyday lives and plays a key role in global economic growth.
  • Article - 15 Feb 2017
    Boron nitride monolayers are fabricated by chemical vapour deposition (CVD), under a low pressure and high temperature. The monolayers are uniform in nature and only have a maximum thickness of 0.45...
  • Article - 29 Nov 2013
    ARMATEX® ISF 24 intumescent/silicone coated fiberglass is a flexible coated fabric, which is non-toxic, has no odor, has low smoke and low heat release and is refractory fire resistant.
  • Article - 16 Feb 2011
    Master Bond has developed unique epoxy, polyurethane, polysulfide and UV cure formulations specifically designed for stress dissipation.
  • Article - 26 Jun 2009
    Adhesive manufacturer Master Bond Inc is at the forefront of new product development to meet the ever increasing stringent specifications of the aerospace industry.
  • Article - 9 Apr 2002
    Steel is a viable alternative to traditional building materials for applications such as frames, lintels and cladding in domestic and light commercial buildings. These applications are explained and...
  • Article - 26 Feb 2002
    The source of the term “galvanizing” is not really related to protecting steel from corrosion. The term was derived from the name of Italian physiologist Luigi Galvani.