Natalia's Blog – June 2011 Archive (4)

Zirconium defeats steel properties

Experiments carried out at the A.A. Blagonravov Institute of Engineering Science (IMASH), Russian Academy of Sciences, have proved that instruments based on nanostructured composite made of zirconium oxide exceed steel analogues in terms of acuity and reliability. Specialists at the A.A. Blagonravov Institute of Engineering Science assume that in future the new material will press steel by a number of positions and will solidly capture its own niche in many industries. Valery Alisin -…


Added by Natalia on June 27, 2011 at 6:17am — No Comments

Russian scientists use fields to control nanostructure synthesis

The use of external electric and magnetic fields as a control factor allows to manage the structure of the synthesised nanoparticles. The detailed research will be published in the May issue of the Russian Nanotechnologies. The study was conducted as part of the Federal Task Program “The Research and Development of the Priority Directions of the Russian Scientific and Technical Complex Development,…


Added by Natalia on June 20, 2011 at 5:09pm — No Comments

Russian researchers strengthen titanium implants

A number of titanium mechanical properties can be improved by the method developed by Russian researchers for nano-scale grains formation in pure titanium structure. The information on researching structure and properties of nano-scale titanium as well as implants based on it will be published in May issue of the “Russian Nanotechnologies” journal. The effort has been sponsored by the Federal…


Added by Natalia on June 15, 2011 at 2:08pm — 1 Comment

Russian scientists to optimise a superconductor

Supercondutors show zero electrical resistance at low temperatures. The flow of electrons creating the electric current moves there without colliding with the atoms of the crystal lattice of the conducting material; that means that there is no heat loss. Today, superconductors are used to create high-power magnets for expensive scientific equipment and highly accurate…


Added by Natalia on June 6, 2011 at 6:32am — No Comments

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