Ceramic Tech Today

Industry headlines

By / September 5, 2009

Shimadzu Showcases New Autograph AGS-X Series Universal Testers The AGS-X delivers efficient, precise tensile and compression tests for the rubber, plastic and film industries. With the AGS-X, users can perform…

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Friday federal funding facts

By / September 4, 2009

The DOE hasn’t update their funding reports for several days, but, the big news is that compared to last week, the amount of funding available has surpassed $10 billion, growing…

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Researchers design new graphene-based nanomaterial with magnetic properties

By / September 3, 2009

A team of researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University reports that it has designed a new graphite-based, magnetic nanomaterial that acts as a semiconductor and could help material scientists create the…

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Industry headlines

By / September 3, 2009

Cleveland Vibrator introduces 3D motion sifter for difficult-to-screen materials The company has expanded its comprehensive line of coarse and fine material vibratory screeners with the Twin Motor Sifter. Engineered with…

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Ceramics industry in Bangladesh experiencing high demand

By / September 3, 2009

According to market researcher Syed Rashid Ali, the domestic and export demand for ceramic tableware in Bangladesh is rising rapidly, resulting in a widening the gap between its demand and…

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DOE announces $0.5B first round of renewable energy awards

By / September 3, 2009

In a remarkable 30-day proposal-to-award cycle, the DOE announced on Tuesday the recipients of over $500 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act awards for large wind and solar projects…

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Anter Corp.

By / September 3, 2009
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Inflatable ceramic heat shield a success

By / September 3, 2009

An inflatable heat shield was successfully tested, demonstrating for the first time that light, flexible devices could be used to protect a spacecraft as it enters the atmosphere at hypersonic…

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New ammonia borane system looks promising for hydrogen storage

By / September 2, 2009

Finding a way to safely transport hydrogen is an important concern for researchers and engineers investigating ways to introduce fuel cell-powered vehicles. In June 2008, the ACerS Bulletin published an…

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Chuck those napkin drawings – sketch your designs in FEAsy

By / September 2, 2009

Karthik Ramani, a professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue University, poses the question that may intrigue anyone trying to work out a new idea: “Say I’m a design engineer working…

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