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  • Tent maker has the Army covered
    Most branches of the U.S. military use vehicle maintenance shelters (VMS) to house and service equipment. The VMS frame is modeled with Algor beam elements that represent 8-ft maximum lengths. The tent fabric is modeled with membrane elements in about 2-ft. squares. Wind and snow loading
  • Fluon (R) ETFE Film Used in Place of Glass for Transparent Roof of 500-Foot-Tall "Tent of Khan"
    Known as the world's largest tent, the Khan Shatyr Entertainment Center stands nearly 500 feet tall (150 m) and encloses an area of more than 24 acres (100,000 m2), which includes a park, jogging track, retail shops, restaurants, theatres, exhibition space and a water park with wave pools
  • Solar cells will double as camouflage
    Konarka Technologies Inc., Lowell, Mass. (, is set to build compact, renewable power sources for the U.S. Army from light-activated power polymers. Camouflage-patterned power-plastic fibers on tents will help conceal military personnel while the tent converts sunlight to dc power
  • Software Modular Cleanrooms are simple, mobile, and cost effective
    Softwall modular cleanrooms are designed. for functionality and reduced. cost while providing all the flexible. benefits of modular construction. They are. tent-like, lightweight, easy-to-assemble. structures, which can be installed free. standing or suspended from the ceiling of. an existing
  • The Camara Oscura Being Developed by South Coast Photonics Could Revolutionize the Way Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Electronic
    , OTFTS). So far, solar cells have been deposited on cloth used for tents, clothing, awnings, sails, and semitransparent films for window glass. And flexible displays have been developed that could serve as e-newspapers, while OLED lighting panels have been designed for walls and ceilings. The market
  • Medical Device Link .
    products sealed with radio waves. Later applications included medical bags, swimming-pool liners, various automotive products, tents and awnings, and, in the last 10 years, packaging. In the medical industry, RF energy is used to seal together two or more layers of film typically PVC, EVA, Saran

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