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Reversible Color Change

05/20/2016 by HiTekRedNek
Does anyone know of a substance that will change color by application of a certain frequency of light,then revert back to the original color when anot...
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Last comment 05/24/2016 by James Stewart
 

Carbon Buildup in Toyota Hybrid EGR Exhaust Baffle

05/19/2016 by mrstephens
i have a clogged piece of baffling beyond the EGR valve in the exhaust system of my 2010 toyota prius.the clogged component is aluminum with no electr...
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Last comment 05/20/2016 by Autobroker
 

Rust Prevention Additives for Wet Blasting Steel

05/15/2016 by Anonymous Poster
I have some rusted steel plates to blast , wet blasting is the only method permitted for this location due to environmental controls. What chemicals...
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Last comment 05/23/2016 by whitefox
 

Nitrogen Diatomic Affinity Energy

05/11/2016 by Anonymous Poster
what is the energy required for N2 affinity?
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Solvay Suspends Soda Ash Production in Alexandria

05/04/2016 by James Stewart
http://www.chemengonline.com/solvay-suspends-soda-ash-production-in-egypt-but-continues-quicklime-production/ I guess this means no more mummies for...
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Last comment 05/06/2016 by James Stewart
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Coatings & Surface Engineering

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Color-changing Fabric Could Shield Soldiers from View

05/18/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Scientists from Nanjing Tech University have developed an organic material that can change color with the addition of a low voltage. The material...
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Ultrathin Photovoltaics Produced in a Single Process

04/19/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Researchers at MIT are creating solar cells so thin and light, they can be mounted on a soap bubble. The manufacturing team created the solar cell, t...
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Heads Up: Computer Display on Contact Lenses

03/16/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Researchers from the University of South Australia have developed a film coating that may turn your ordinary contact lenses into computer screens. Th...
Views: 199, Comments: 4
Last comment 03/21/2016 by James Stewart
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Chemical Manufacturing

103 blog entries, 357 comments (0 Viewing)

New EPA Scrutiny for Chemical Makers

05/17/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Chemical makers, already heavily regulated, will face added U.S. Environmental Protection Agency scrutiny come October as a result of two new enforce...
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Last comment 05/25/2016 by rickmoore69

A Faster Way to Beer

04/18/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Just in time for spring break! A group of college students has found a faster way to make beer. The team from the University of Pennsylvania has come...
Views: 316, Comments: 9
Last comment 04/19/2016 by betomachine

Engineering Biopathway to Green Products

03/17/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Agricultural products like corn and sugarcane are used to produce a host of non-food products ranging from bioplastics to automobile fuel. But there'...
Views: 134, Comments: 1
Last comment 03/18/2016 by bullardrr
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Oil & Gas Technology

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Appalachian Basin Producing More Gas than Ever

05/25/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Low-cost Appalachian shale gas production has enabled the oldest U.S. natural gas producing area to re-establish itself as a supply juggernaut. Signi...
Views: 95, Comments: 1
Last comment 05/26/2016 by Phys

Slow Down, Move Faster — A New Approach to Drilling Optimization

05/13/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Faster may not be better, at least on the drill rig. The new buzzword is optimization. Rather than focus on rate of penetration, Drilling Contractor...
Views: 123, Comments: 0

Proposed Regs Increase Stress on Pipeline Operators

04/21/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
If the new Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) proposed regulations become law, the term moderate consequence area (MCA) w...
Views: 108, Comments: 6
Last comment 04/22/2016 by GameJudge
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Glass, Ceramics, Fibers & Fabrics

114 blog entries, 936 comments (0 Viewing)

Can a Material be Truly 'Bulletproof'?

04/13/2016 by HUSH
Bulletproofing is a big business and therefore an ever-developing area of focus for materials science. Erm, perhaps we'll call it bullet resistance...
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Views: 334, Comments: 31
Last comment 04/21/2016 by adreasler

Carbon Fiber and 3-D Printing

01/28/2016 by cheme_wordsmithy
You've probably heard of carbon fiber. It's a specialty composite material that can be made many times stronger than steel and about two-thirds lighte...
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Last comment 01/29/2016 by phoenix911
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Plastics & Resins Blog

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BPA Substitute Triggers Similar Endocrine-Disrupting Effect

04/11/2016 by Quasar
"BPA-free" products might not be as safe as you think. Researchers at the Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau in Canada have found that...
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Views: 131, Comments: 3
Last comment 04/12/2016 by SolarEagle

Shape-shifting Polymer Both Strong and Sensitive

03/15/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Scientists at the University of Rochester have created a new shape-shifting polymer that reforms in response to the slightest touch, and at body heat...
Views: 102, Comments: 1
Last comment 03/16/2016 by John Shoesole

Gauging Green Composites

11/22/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
In an effort to quantify how "green" cellulose reinforced composites really are, a team based out of Imperial College London and University College L...
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Last comment 11/24/2015 by Sciesis2
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Plastics Fabrication

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Houston, We Don't Have a Problem

10/25/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
With the ability to heal itself from the penetration of a bullet in less than one second, a new material developed by a team at the University of Mic...
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Last comment 10/28/2015 by Legolaz

Chip Off the New Block

09/15/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Researchers at Duke University are telling the world that integrating lasers on silicon chips is so yesterday: instead they've developed a method to...
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Organ Pipes: An Enduring Application for Lead

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by Jonathan Fuller
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has thrown lead contamination (as well as poor government oversight and possibly corruption) into the public spo...
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Webinar Calendar – January 2016

01/11/2016 posted in IHS Product Design Blog
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Engineering360 has a great lineup of webinars each month. Learn about specific topics from industry experts, for free, from the comfort of your own...
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Modern Living Through Chemistry? Electronics? Agriculture?

08/10/2013 posted in Common Purposes
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Can man live by bread alone? This rhetorical question has its roots in the Bible where related phraseology is found three times and the intent is s...
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Industries Serving Global Needs

08/09/2013 posted in Common Purposes
by MillMatt
A chicken is interested in the person who wants bacon and eggs for breakfast but the pig is committed. It's a light quip (for all but the pig!) but...
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Risk and Its Part In Engineering Failure

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Ever played the board game RISK? Even if you haven't, you've most likely heard of it. The game is aptly named because, regardless of the strategy im...
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Flash Bainite Steel - Something New Under the Sun!

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For those who thought they knew everything that could be known about heat treating steel. Minimizing time rather than maximizing temperature soak s...
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