Article - 16 Apr 2018
Throughout the quality assurance fields within both scientific research and industry, many companies endeavor to continually improve the performance of their products.
Article - 17 Jul 2017
Wear and heat between constantly moving and contacting surfaces inside precision-engineered equipment are reduced using high quality lubricants.
Article - 10 Jul 2017
Dr Jan-Theodoor (JT) Janssen, NPL Research Director, talks to AZoM about a new quantum resistance standard based on graphene.
Article - 9 Jun 2016
Due to the fact that 100% efficiency cannot be achieved by any engine, products other than water and carbon dioxide will be formed during combustion, such as soot, which is formed as a result of...
Article - 14 Dec 2015
There is a general saying that oil and water do not mix together, but this adage does not apply when it comes to lubrication oils. In such oils, water can exist in different states, and if this is not...
Article - 12 May 2015
The science and application of measurement has been necessary for humanity’s advancement for thousands of years but it would not be until 1875 at the Metre Convention that scientists would recognise...
Article - 7 Aug 2014
Hospitals, treatment plants, and other similar places have vital assets that require uninterrupted power. Engine generators, also known as gen sets, integrate an engine and an electrical generator to...
Article - 14 Feb 2014
The most commonly used physical property for lubricants is kinematic viscosity. This article enumerates how using the solvent-free SpectroVisc Q3000 Series device in the field offers accurate and...
Article - 4 Apr 2012
This article presents WDXRF as a preferred analysis method to determine the elemental contaminants in marine fuels.
Article - 15 Apr 2008
This article discusses using electroacoustic spectroscopy for particle Size Analysis and Zeta potential determination.