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Case Studies of Aircraft Engine Turbine Blade Failures

Superalloys used in aircraft engine components are engineered to withstand extreme thermomechanical conditions. However, failures of turbine blades still occur.

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Sustainable Solutions: Reduced Emissions for Vehicle Interiors

In conjunction with SAE Automotive manufacturers are under increased pressure to improve sustainability, fuel efficiency and emissions, and suppliers are in the ideal position to help. During this free 30-minute Webinar, experts in sustainability and engineering will discuss lightweight, renewable solutions with an emphasis on emissions reduction in the cabin and during the manufacturing process.

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Advanced Corrosion/Erosion Resistant Coatings: The ANCER™ is Here

Advanced Cooling Technologies (ACT) has developed a vapor deposited ANCER™ (Applied Nanoscale Corrosion Erosion Resistant) coating which has shown to provide superior protection of copper Micro Channel Coolers (MCCs) from catastrophic erosion/corrosion failure while cooling laser diodes.

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Advances in Hyperpolarization Technology through Collaboration

Initial discoveries/work in the field of hyperpolarization had been instrumental in the field, but without commercialization efforts, there had been little progress in the technology or in-market use.

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Delivering Roadworthy Designs: Automotive Electronics Circuit Protection Overview, Applications & Standards

Today’s automotive designs include nearly 100 microprocessors; that number is expected to double in five years. And from in-dash displays to connected technologies to safety systems, all on-board electronics require circuit protection designed-in.

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The Ultimate Tool for Characterizing Materials during Mechanical Tests and Validating FEA during Component Tests

Digital Image Correlation Technology (DIC) is a non-contact 3D measurement tool that measures deformation and strain during material testing. DIC is a single system that replaces strain gages, accelerometers, LVDT’s, string potentiometers, extensometers, laser trackers, and surface scanners. The results are full field, and presented as an experimental representation of a finite model.

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Nano-Textured Coatings Keep Surfaces Clean

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has developed two unique coating formulations that will keep surfaces clean and sanitary and contain contaminants.

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