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  • High Precision Volume Loss Measurements (.pdf)
    Loss of material due to abrasion, erosion, or other types of wear is an important phenomenon in industries such as aerospace and automotive. Wear is quantified by measuring the volume loss after a wear test or after use of a component in the field. Profilometers based on low
  • Low Outgassing Accelerometers and Cables for Thermal Vacuum and Vibration Test Environments
    and cables prior to vibration testing. Accelerometer designs with hermetic housings and connectors can have low outgassing qualities. For all non-metallic materials outside of a hermetic package, such as cables with polymer strain relief that do not typically have low outgassing qualities, verification
  • Effect of Permittivity and Permeability of a Flexible Magnetic Composite Material on the Performance and Miniaturization Capability of Planar Antennas for RFID and Wearable Wireless Applications
    This paper is an investigation of the feasibility of. applying a mechanically flexible magnetic composite material to. radio frequency identification (RFID) planar antennas operating. in the lower ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) spectrum (~300-. 500 MHz). A key challenge is that the magnetic loss
  • How to Choose Seals for Mobile Specialty Vehicles
    Stopping an assembly line so that an installer can cut a door seal is inefficient. Even if the cost of any waste material is low, the loss of production efficiency is simply too high. For mobile specialty vehicle manufacturers, it's important to choose a supplier who provides safe, reliable, out
  • Preface
    in the fields of lasers, optical fibers, and nonlinear optics. The two important milestones were realized in 1970, the year that saw the advent of low-loss optical fibers as well as the room-temperature operation of semiconductor lasers. By 1980, the era of commercial lightwave transmission systems
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Applied, Novellus, JSR tip future low-k plans SAN FRANCISCO -- Hoping to get an early jump in the 90- and 65-nm technology nodes, chip-equipment and material vendors are quietly showing their next-generation, low-k dielectric offerings to enable new, high-speed ICs. According to sources
  • Dielectric Materials for Use in Radomes
    to eliminate dielectric framework scattering and wall insertion loss. [5]. Fabrication of such radomes generally involves layup or prepreg methods where a resin reinforced laminate material is bound to low or medium density polyurethane foam. Choice of layup or prepreg materials can vary depending
  • Industrial Design: What Makes Products Warm?
    on the material's thermal conductivity, density, and specific heat (or heat capacity -- the amount of thermal energy required to change the material's temperature by 1 ). Wood, for example, has relatively low values of these properties as compare to metals. Polymers also have low values and foam polymers

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