Materials progress: Materials science/R&D
- Materials progress: Forming/processing. // Advanced Materials & Processes;Aug96, Vol. 150 Issue 2, p18
Describes several materials forming processes. Injection-die molded plastic pultrusions; Nickel-base castings; Rapid prototyping of stainless steel types.
- Materials Week evolves to meet member needs for annual... Weir, Margaret M. // Advanced Materials & Processes;Oct96, Vol. 150 Issue 4, p43
Focuses on the Materials Week '96, sponsored by ASM and TMS. Information on the event; Input into ASM Vision 2001; Indepth look at the event; Contact points.
- Big chapter turnout marks ASM Leadership Days '96. // Advanced Materials & Processes;Oct96, Vol. 150 Issue 4, p55
Focuses on the turnout of chapters at the 1996 ASM Leadership Days. Comments from Jeff Marksthaler of the Oregon Chapter; Listing of chapters who participated in the event; Indepth look at the event.
- INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS for the FUTURE. Wessel, James K.; Long, William G. // Advanced Materials & Processes;Jun2003, Vol. 161 Issue 6, p55
Focuses on the development of advanced industrial materials in the United States. Program of the United States Department of Energy; Nickel aluminides.
- Materials & supplies. // Adhesives & Sealants Industry;Feb98, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p98
Gives information on a variety of materials and supplies in relation to adhesive. Details on a range of proprietary metal organic adhesion promoters for SB and 2K systems; Information on the D.E.R. 353 liquid epoxy resin, which was developed by Dow Chemical Company; Detailed information on the...
- The seaweed solution. Dutton, Geoffrey // Boys' Life;Sep93, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p16
Introduces a new material, SEAgel, a foamy solid made from seaweed. How SEAgel may be the lightest solid on the planet; What SEAgel can be used for.
- Materials. Hotter, David S. // Machine Design;06/05/97, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p77
Looks at the advances being made with materials in the United States focusing on the use of plastics. Increase in the use of aluminum; Design goals being pursued by metal producers.
- Materials science. Liebson, Steven H. // EDN;7/20/95, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p9
Editorial. Accounts author's experiences on the importance of looking after the nonelectronic aspects of materials in one's household. Failure of inferior thermostats; Rusting of cable linking the garage door to counterbalance springs; Falling apart of a portable PC's trackball.
- Slick paint gives graffiti the brushoff. Hecht, J. // New Scientist;4/11/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1816, p21
Reveals that an American chemical company has developed a nonstick coating based on molecules akin to soap. Material as the first which can be sprayed or brushed on; Uses; Description of material; How the coatings were tested.
- Ask Uly. // Odyssey;Jan97, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p40
Provides information on aerogel. Discovery of the material in the 1930s; Uses; Atomic structure; Application of aerogels in astronomy.