Article - 4 Apr 2012
This article presents WDXRF as a preferred analysis method to determine the elemental contaminants in marine fuels.
Article - 1 Jun 2011
Resin infusion in reinforcement in the manufacture of composite materials and components causes some thermal changes that can be detected and used to determine mold filling and resin curing. This...
Article - 21 Nov 2009
Type 316L is the low carbon version of 316 stainless. With the addition of molybdenum, the steel is popular for use in severe corrosion environments due to the materials immunity from boundary carbide...
Article - 1 May 2008
Aluminium is ideal for the construction of small leisure boats, luxury vessels, workboats, fishing vessels, and patrol boats through to some of the world’s largest high speed passenger / car ferries....
Article - 20 May 2004
DARPA have provide $1.2m in funding to International Titanium Powder for them to modify their Armstrong process which produces low oxygen alloy suitable for high performance, blast resistant navy...
Article - 4 May 2004
Sailrocket, a carbon fibre reinforced yacht with unique design was launched today. It was built with the sole purpose of setting a new world speed saining record. Posted April 23 2004
Article - 27 Apr 2004
BASF are to continue developing an innovative Saqndwich Plate System (SPS) involving steel and polyurethane for use in bridges.Advantages of the system and current projects are outlined. Posted April...
Article - 12 Feb 2004
Genmar will begin implementing VEC-Sheild finish, a gel coat replacement for fibreglass boat hulls, later in 2004. Posted February 11 2004
Article - 22 Aug 2003
The world's largest composite propeller has successfully completed sea trials on a trimaran warship. Advantages of the composite construction include, reduced weight and improved cavitation behaviour...
Article - 10 Jul 2003
Ti5Al1Sn1Zr1V0.8Mo is an alpha titanium alloy with intermediate strength. Compositions, designations, physical and mechanical properties, fabrication details and applications are covered.