As a veteran manufacturing engineer, Jill Fuel was an ideal choice for the project leader for the production launch of Honda’s 2022 Civic Hatchback at Honda's...
Engineering Events staff at SAE International in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, have extended the call for abstracts through September 21 for the...
With the industry’s traditional focus on welding and brazing, there has been minimal formal education on diffusion bonding.
Velo3D, Inc. Campbell, CA
Velo3D, Inc., a company that specializes in metal additive manufacturing technology for mission-critical parts, has qualified the nickel-based...
Because beryllium is extremely expensive, the learning curve for potential competitors is costly.
Hypersonics and the materials needed therein are critical to both our nation’s defense and our national economy, says one feature writer.
California-based 3DEO unveiled in February its new metal 3D printing platform and patented technology, Saffron. The proprietary platform has been in development for the past five years....
Drone-mounted inspection tools are breaking barriers for the F-35.
Make aluminum work for you (and your 3D-printing applications).
As the acceptance and application of additive manufacturing technology continues to evolve and grow, alloy selection will prove to be an important part of the development process.
SiC fiber-reinforced SiC matrix composites are being evaluated for aircraft engine hot-section components.
The use of cold spray has made significant strides since different-sized particles were explored in the process.
Selective brush plating has dramatically evolved from its origins of touching up existing plating jobs.
Aerospace manufacturers who depend on nitriding components can benefit from greater uniformity of results, better-protected materials, and increased throughput.
Applying an iterative solution to the Maxwell equations may accommodate the nonlinear effects produced by directed energy weapons.
A series of reusable bands were evaluated for tensile strength performance.
During the additive manufacturing process, microscopic holes that are invisible to the naked eye are formed within the body of the part.
Advanced bio-based fibers and high-performance thermosetting resins will help reduce the dependence of military composites on high-cost petroleum.
There is a new way to design penetrators and projectiles: Composites.
Multifunctional magnetoelectric materials with high exchange represent a missing “holy grail” of materials physics.
Newly developed computational approaches aid in the design of composites that exhibit remarkable abilities to both sense external cues and adapt to these cues in controllable, "programmable" ways.
Using cellulose crystals as building blocks for the design and development of new low-density functional polymer composites.
Develop a comprehensive baseline for identifying, evaluating, and controlling occupational and environmental hazards associated with composite fibers.
Given the importance of electronics in modern warfare, the ability to rapidly develop a counter to such weapons will be essential to sustaining military operations.
A diamond composite is the ultimate optics and semiconducting super-material.
While the flashiest military innovations like new fighter jets attract the most attention, advancements in RF/microwave absorbers are crucial enablers of these larger innovations.
Army scientists have developed a first-of-its-kind antenna that could change how ground vehicles and airborne systems communicate, transmit, and receive radio frequency communications.
Developing lightweight, stiff and crash-resistant vehicle body structures requires a balance between part geometry and material properties. High-strength materials...
From jet engine components to high-speed airframes, vanadium alloys are deployed in virtually every jet aircraft flying today,