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Nanoparticle coating could let aircraft engines last three times longer

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The higher the temperature at which an aircraft engine is able to run, the more efficiently it uses fuel. In order to run at those high temperatures, the metal components of airplane engines are presently treated with heat-shielding coatings. Scientists at Sweden's University West, however, are developing a new such coating that is said to be far more effective than anything presently used – it could extend the service life of engines by 300 percent. The coating consists a powder made up… (www.gizmag.com) More...

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akayemm
Increasing the life of an aircraft engine by 3 times ! Sounds like a miracle.
Or,does it ?
For a change, here is a topic which may interest aeronautical engineers !
Some food for their grey matter, to deliberate and comment meaningfully .
Happy brooding brothers.
akayemm
Er.A.K. Mittal -1
Happy brooding engineer brothers and sisters .

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