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  • Medical Device Link .
    a polymer and concrete base for better vibration absorption. The tool changer is encapsulated as part of the ergonomic design. A range
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    spindle that develops full power in its entire speed range can produce fine surface finishes when used with an infrared workpiece-measuring touch probe that has an accuracy of 0.001 mm. The machine features a C-form base frame made of vibration-dampening polymer concrete,
  • Science + Sucrose=New Liquid Epoxies
    By changing the molecular structure of sugar, scientist can make it into a powerful liquid epoxy that binds concrete, wood, metals, plastics, and other materials. Chemist Navzer Sachinvala demonstrates some of the raw materials and the sucrose-based epoxies used. Sugar is still a favorite sweetener
  • Osmotic Action and its Consequences (.pdf)
    A recent investigation into the causes and effects of moisture contained in the concrete substrate has revealed some interesting explanations. This investigation was conducted by the very prestigious "Polymer Institute, Dr. R. Stenner G.m.b.H.," Germany. It covers coating failures due to osmotic
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    rotary tables. Speeds up to 250 rpm are possible on the rotation axis and up to 150 rpm on the swivel axis, with a swivel range of +-110 . A concrete polymer base provides rigidity, vibration dampening, and high thermal stability. Spindle motors are liquid cooled with hybrid ceramic ball bearings
  • Modular Composite Deck System for Bridge Construction and Replacement
    Fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials were used to develop a modular bridge deck that has high strength and stiffness to weight ratios, that is non-corrosive, and that has good fatigue resistance. The composite deck cross-section and fiber architecture were designed to provide optimal
  • If these walls could talk...
    a building's temperature, vibration, and movement. According to Chang Liu, a U of I professor of electrical and computer engineering, the sensor circuitry can also be embedded in concrete blocks, laminated beams, structural steel, and other building materials. The battery charges up via an inductive

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  • Progress in Polymers in Concrete
    Review from Book News Inc.: Eight keynote addresses consider such aspects as whether nanotechnology isthe future of concrete polymer composites, remodeling deterioratedirrigation aqueducts using precast polymer concrete flume, and recentresearch on polymer-modified cement mortar in China.
  • Advances in FRP Composites in Civil Engineering
    Static flexural performance of GFRP- polymer concrete hybrid beams.