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  • Supplier Reduces Weight of SMC Plastic Parts by > 25% (.pdf)
    in high-strength glass bubble technology have made. A supplier of molded plastic components to the automotive OEMs and. possible a new level of SMC part density reduction and weight savings. other industrial manufacturers, CSP actively pursues weight reduction. in paintable SMC parts. and product
  • Glass Bubbles Reduce Weight of TPO Parts (.pdf)
    , chopped glass fiber and. bubble strength is general y proportional to density, and thus lower. calcium carbonate (CaCO ) have considerably less volume per unit. strength bubbles are less dense, and have greater potential for TPO. 3. weight than glass bubbles. For example, 1kg of typical glass bubble
  • 'Plug-and-Play' Weight Reduction Solution by Hollow Glass Microspheres
    has recently developed innovative glass bubbles which offer resistance to extremely high compressive and shear forces. This allows. compounders, thermoformers and injection molders to use them to achieve significant weight reductions without resorting to costly. equipment modifications. This article
  • Highly Conductive Insulation for Large, High-Speed Machines
    and integrity parameters in. cooled stator-coil assembly. mind. Utilization of commercially available. high-molecular-weight siloxanes or. Advances in cost-effective silicone-. processes to artificially enhance extending. elastomer technology for highly thermally-. filler carrying capacity is required
  • Medical Device Link . Comparing Liquid and High Consistency Silicone Rubber Elastomers: Which Is Right for You?
    ) is the sum of subscripts x and y. For high consistency silicone rubber elastomers, the DP is typically in the range of 5000 to 10,000. Thus, the molecular weight of the polymers--generally called gums--used in the manufacture of high consistency silicone rubber elastomers ranges from 350,000 to 750,000
  • Short, Sharp, Shock - Testing Materials at High Strain Rates
    they purchased an Instron VHS frame for use in its Strength of Materials R &D Laboratory. Volvo intends to use the frame for high strain rate testing on waisted tensile specimens, the output data being used as input for crash simulation calculations. This is part of a collaborative research program
  • Fatigue and Impact Testing of Composites Keeps Aerospace Industry Flying High
    to the chicken test gun.  This prepared hailstone is then fired at the test specimen at a variety of high speeds. More conventional impact tests are also used.  These methods utilize conventional impact test instruments, including pendulum style impact testers and drop weight test instruments.  More and more
  • Hot designs strut their stuff
    Aachen-based is an electrically heated laminated safety glass that comes in clear, perfectly transparent, and screen-printed. Key to the Bambus Skis from German-based is natural, fast-growing, bamboo. Bamboo competes well with conventional ski materials due to its high strength-to-weight ratio