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 - 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...
Article - 21 Jul 2006
A number of aerospace companies have ongoing programs for the utilization of nano-sized particles of hafnium or aluminum for rocket propulsion applications.
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...