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  • Supplier Profile
    Since its inception in 1951, Rigaku has been at the forefront of analytical and industrial instrumentation technology. With Rigaku's vast understanding of X-ray and its complementary...
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    In 1936, the Laboratory Equipment Company introduced the first rapid carbon determinator to the American iron and steel industry. Today, 75 years later, LECO is recognized globally as a leader in...
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    Columbia Metals is one of the leading non ferrous metals stockholders in the UK. Our range includes high performance copper, nickel and stainless steel alloys for all industries and applications. As...
  • Article - 1 Mar 2001
    Shape Memory Alloys are now used in a wide range of medical and dental applications. This article describes the basic physics and alloy types together with a wide range of applications.
  • Article - 19 Apr 2002
    Nickel-Titanium based shape memory alloys are the most common types of commercially available SMA's. Compositional variations, work hardening, properties, applications and history of this family of...
  • News - 4 Feb 2016
    In today’s world, cooling is a very important process. The challenge for the future is to carry out cooling that is not harmful to the climate, and facilitates the conservation of natural...
  • News - 19 Feb 2014
    Jena (Germany) A trousers button, a coin or a watch can be dangerous for people with a nickel allergy. Approximately 1 in 10 Germans is allergic to the metal. "This raises the question of the...
  • Video
    This video shows the properties of alloys made of nickel and titanium and demonstrate the affect of stress on the properties of alloys.
  • Article - 18 Apr 2002
    Methods of manufacturing nickel-titanium shape memory alloys (SMA's) are listed. Other fabrication processes such as hot and cold working, welding, soldering, joining, machining, coating and plating...
  • Video
    A video clip showing the use of shape memory alloys in aircraft wings could be used to reduce turbulence in airplanes. The shape memory effect of alloys of titanium, nickel and copper is demonstrated...