Article - 5 Nov 2008
This article provides examples of industries and applications that can benefit from the use of advanced ceramic components. IN many cases advanced ceramics can replace more traditional materials and...
Article - 25 Mar 2008
A new method for producing diamond-like carbon coatings on the internal surfaces if pipes is reviewed.
News - 4 Jul 2005
Canadian Pacific Railway is installing more than 530,000 feet of heavy premium rail, 137,000 crossties, and 300,000 tons of rock ballast as it carries out a $160-million program to expand freight...
Article - 19 Dec 2005
SiAlON ST is an alloy of silicon nitride and aluminum oxide combining beneficial properties of both materials. SiAlON ST is uniquely qualified for non-ferrous molten metal applications and high wear...
Article - 11 Dec 2003
Descriptions of hydraulic oil classifications.
Article - 21 Jul 2003
High Nitrogen Steels (HNS) are a new class of alloys. Their behaviour during heat treatment is significantly different from their carbon equivalents. factors considered are thermodynamics, kinetics,...
News - 25 Aug 2004
RTP Company, a world-leader in specialty compounds, announces the opening of their new Sheet Extrusion Division, headquartered in Winona, Minnesota.
State-of-the-art production sheet extrusion...
Article - 17 Jan 2003
Researchers have found that the chips that are formed during the machining of metals consist of nanocrystals which are highly suited to manufacturing nanostructured materials with properties superior...
Article - 14 Feb 2002
Surface treatments are applied to titanium for a variety of reasons such as prevention of galling. Recommendations are also made for acid and brush cleaning of titanium components.
Article - 21 Jan 2002
Scheele discovered “Tungsten” in 1781; however, it took 150 years more before the efforts of Scheele and his successors led to the use of tungsten carbide in the industry.