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March 11, 2019A European aerospace production team comprising Thales Alenia Space, Cranfield University, and Glenalmond Technologies announces the completion of the first full-scale prototype of an additively manufactured titanium pressure vessel to be used in future manned missions for space exploration.
March 11, 2019Researchers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, N.J., and members of the Critical Materials Institute in Ames, Iowa, announce that they have found a possible new source of rare earth elements in phosphate rock waste, and have developed an environmentally friendly way to extract the elements.
March 11, 2019Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, announces that its scientists have developed a tungsten-based alloy that can withstand unprecedented amounts of radiation without damage.
March 04, 2019The usual objective of austenitizing is to produce an austenitic matrix with as uniform a carbon content as possible prior to thermal processing. The graph shows the 2% silicon section of the Fe-C-Si phase diagram.
March 03, 2019Harper International, Buffalo, N.Y., has developed an on-line furnace cleaning system that is located in the entrance section, which enables cleaning while the furnace is hot.
March 03, 2019The Engineering Division of the Linde Group, Bridgewater, N.J., announces that it has signed a contract to design and supply hydrogen production equipment for the core components of Praxair Inc.’s hydrogen plant in Louisiana.
March 03, 2019RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, announces that its researchers have developed a molten metal catalyst technique that can efficiently convert carbon dioxide from a gas into solid particles of carbon.
March 03, 2019Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas (OSSA), Montreal, one of three divisions at Olympus, announces the launch of the Olympus Industrial Research Chair on Ultrasonic Nondestructive Testing with the Quebec engineering school, École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS
February 26, 2019Luxfer Holdings, England, and Neo Performance Materials Inc., Toronto, announce a definitive agreement under which Luxfer would acquire Neo Performance Materials for its rare-earth-metals-based functional materials.
February 25, 2019The Large Additive-Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine (LASIMM) project of the European Union has announced that the hybrid machine, which offers both metal additive manufacturing and subtractive manufacturing capabilities, is now ready to build demonstrator parts.