“Metal Complexes” Science-Research, September 2021, Week 4 — summary from NASA Technology Transfer Program
NASA Technology Transfer Program — summary generated by Brevi Assistant
NASA Kennedy Space Center is looking for companions thinking about the business application of the Activated Metal Treatment System for treating polychlorinated biphenyls in paints. Present physical removal methods are able to strip off PCB consisting of paint from surface areas; however, these approaches generally develop a new waste stream that needs to be treated according to Toxic Substances Control Act law. NASA Langley Research Center has created an approach for the synthesis of fiber-metal laminates by radio regularity plasma spray deposition. Using radio frequency plasma spray deposition offers a special method for the manufacture of FMLs with many advantages. NASA has established a novel hybrid supercapacitor system utilizing upright graphene as an electrode material grown directly on collector steels making use of a plasma boosted chemical vapor deposition. The key to the hybrid supercapacitor technology is the growth of upright graphene straight on to a low-cost metal substratum without making use of bulk graphene, drivers, or binders, resulting in raised power density. Innovators at the NASA Johnson Space Center in cooperation with a vehicle companion have created the Modular Robotic Vehicle. NASA’s Langley Research Center has developed a new method to enable the prep work of metal/composite hybrid laminates, called fiber metal laminates, by transferring metal directly onto textile making use of a plasma deposition procedure. Tiredness endurance is critical for the airworthiness of private and military aging airplanes and for long-duration trips and deep space objectives. The MMC contains both form memory alloy supports and some low-melting phase elements which, when heated, essentially clamp the crack edges back with each other and move material right into the crack’s void for a high stamina fixing.
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