Touchstone's CFOAM® Carbon Foam is a structural material which is inexpensive, lightweight, fire-resistant, impact-absorbing, thermally insulating or conducting, and whose electrical conductivity can...
Article - 21 Jul 2006
Several aerospace firms have programmes under way for the use of nanosized particles of aluminium or hafnium for rocket propulsion applications. The improved burn and the speed of ignition of such...
Article - 4 Mar 2004
Nanotechnology has a range of implications in the aerospace and defence industries. Areas that stand to benefit range from lighter, stronger aircraft materials, to functional, protective clothing...
News - 7 Oct 2009
Researchers are developing a new type of rocket propellant made of a frozen mixture of water and "nanoscale aluminum" powder that is more environmentally friendly than conventional...
Article - 25 Jan 2007
Nanopowders are defined as powdered materials with individual particles having sizes under 100 nanometers.
Article - 13 Nov 2003
Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory and emergency first-responders from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have developed airborne infrared sensor technology that can aid emergency...
Article - 10 Jul 2006
Development of novel materials with the desired properties has a great impact on aerospace industries. Producing light weight structures with superior properties is the main objective of material...
Article - 30 May 2007
Metal Nanopowders Ltd is dedicated to the production of metal powders at the sub-100nm scale. Metal Nanopowders facilities allow them to produce nanopowders with exceptional purity & physical...
Article - 8 Apr 2005
Space applications can benefit from using nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in their production processes. This article considers the use of nanopowders in power systems, aerogels, magnetic...
News - 1 Feb 2013
A recent discovery funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) may very well lead to a process that not only benefits every uniformed service member of the Department of Defense, but...