Article - 27 Jul 2005
Nanomaterials have several potential applications in the automotive industry. These include exhaust catalysts, shock absorbers and coolants. These applications are explored others listed.
News - 3 Jul 2014
Computer technology has transformed the way we live, but as consumers expect ever more from their devices at faster speeds, personal computers as well as larger electronic systems can overheat. This...
News - 31 Mar 2010
Thermacore, Inc., a leading provider of heat pipe technology and other thermal management solutions, announced today that Thermacore Europe is making tremendous progress as lead partner of an 8.3...
News - 11 Apr 2009
Purdue Researchers have
developed a critical part of a hydrogen storage system for cars that makes it
possible to fill up a vehicle's fuel tank within five minutes with enough hydrogen
News - 20 Jul 2016
Engineered to expedite machine condition monitoring and quality control evaluations, SpectrOil 100 Series elemental spectrometers provide quick, laboratory-precise measurement of elemental...
News - 7 Mar 2017
The bubbles forming on a heated surface tend to create a tiny recoil when they leave it, similar to the kick from a gun shooting blanks.
Recently, a research team from the University of...
Article - 2 Aug 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in fuel cells and energy storage/generation systems. How nanomaterials are used in fuel cells (PEFC, PEMFC and DMFC), hydrogen storage,...
News - 15 Jul 2010
Scientists have been trying for some 20 years to understand why the low temperature at which copper-oxide superconductors carry current with no resistance can't be increased to be closer to room...
News - 17 Mar 2010
Researchers at the University of Rochester's Institute of Optics have discovered a way to make liquid flow vertically upward along a silicon surface, overcoming the pull of gravity, without pumps or...
Article - 5 Apr 2017
A team of researchers from Ukraine has tested a variety of steel compositions, produced through mechanical-pulse treatments (MPT), to produce alloys with nanocrystalline surface structures and improve...