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MIM is currently the most scientific near net shape forming technology for metal parts formation. It can flexibly adjust to various performance indexes and has been successfully applied to popular areas such as auto parts, 3C digital, medical equipment and tool locks. Hence, traditional molding technologies such as CNC fine processing, to some extent, are being replaced. Although the future of MIM holds many promises, there is much room for development. In terms of industry competition, to be well ahead of peers and competitors, enterprises must equip themselves with stable technical talents, superior resources and a group of talented personnel with emphasis on constant technological innovation as well as management system optimization.To boost the technological advancement and steady deve...
发布时间: 2020 - 05 - 14
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The ceramics industry uses a lot of energy in terms of LP gas, furnace oil, kerosene and electricity. High energy prices in Sri Lanka increases the cost of production and the industry constantly struggles to maintain competitive prices against competing countries, President, Sri Lanka Ceramics and Glass Council (SLCGC), Anura Warnakulasooriya said.
发布时间: 2020 - 02 - 20
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Replacing the volatile and flammable liquid or polymer electrolytes now used in lithium-ion batteries with inorganic solid-state lithium-ionic ceramic conductors could significantly improve both safety and performance of the cells. Solid-state conductors would allow for novel cathode and anode chemistry, prevent the growth of Li-metal dendrites and push miniaturization.
发布时间: 2020 - 01 - 22
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Last week India’s aluminium industry called upon New Delhi to cut basic customs duties on aluminium fluoride and other raw materials necessary for aluminium production, as such duties make it all but impossible for domestic producers to compete in the global marketplace.
发布时间: 2020 - 01 - 16
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Lithium-ion batteries are notorious for developing internal electrical shorts that can ignite a battery's liquid electrolytes, leading to explosions and fires. Engineers at the University of Illinois have developed a solid polymer-based electrolyte that can self-heal after damage -- and the material can also be recycled without the use of harsh chemicals or high temperatures.
发布时间: 2020 - 01 - 10
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