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‘Heat Insulation Potential Of Metallic Composites Confirmed’

the Engineer Mar 29 03:25 am 

A study has found that novel lightweight composite metal foams CMFs are more effective at insulating against high heat than the conventional base metals and alloys that theytradere made of. The finding from North Carolina State University researchers means the CMF is especially promising for use in storing and transporting nuclear material hazardous materials explosives

‘Empowering People In Oil And Gas’

Rigzone Mar 28 08:30 am 

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‘Handheld Scanner To Sniff Out Explosives Soon’

New Kerala Mar 28 04:16 am 

New York March 28 Engineers from the University of Utah have developed a new type of fibre material for a handheld scanner that can detect small traces of fuel leaks and even fuel-based explosives.

‘Kennewick Company Picked For DOE Pilot Program’

Tri-City Herald Mar 27 10:04 pm 

PNNL to help Percheron Power through Small Business Voucher program Company is one of 33 picked from more than 400 applications It is developing a better hydro turbine to make electricity in canals Click to Continue

‘Working Toward 'Seamless' Infrared Maps Of Titan’

SpaceDaily Mar 27 07:42 pm 

Producing a seamless global map of Titan is a challenging task because observing conditions can vary greatly between each flyby. Among these variations are changes in the angle of the sun with respect to the surface and in the spacecraft39s viewing direction.

‘Tech Analysis: The Key Safety Advances That Saved Alonso's Life’

Motorsport.com Mar 27 03:12 am 

Formula 139s omnipresent pursuit of safety usually remains under the radar and it is only on occasions like we witnessed in Melbourne that it is bought into sharp focus just how far F1 has come in the field of protecting its drivers. A huge amount of research and development goes into understanding how to dissipate the energy created when bodies collide. ... Keep reading

‘New Material To Detect Fuel Leaks, Explosives’

The Times of India Mar 27 02:54 am 

Scientists have developed a new type of fibre material for a handheld scanner that can detect leaks in oil pipelines and planes or locate fuel-based explosives. Alkane fuel is a key ingredient in combustible material such as gasoline airplane fuel oil - even a homemade bomb.

‘Now You Can Detect Dangerous Vapour’

New Kerala Mar 27 12:34 am 

Washington D.C. Mar. 27 The engineers in University of Utah have developed a new type of fiber material for a handheld scanner which can detect small traces of alkane fuel vapor a valuable advancement that could be an early-warning signal for leaks in an oil pipeline an airliner or for locating a terrorist39s explosive.

‘Sniffing Out A Dangerous Vapor’

EurekAlert! Mar 25 12:48 pm 

University of Utah University of Utah engineers have developed a new type of fiber material for a handheld scanner that can detect small traces of alkane fuel vapor a valuable advancement that could be an early-warning signal for leaks in an oil pipeline an airliner or for locating a terrorist39s explosive.