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Arts and Crafts Movement Metalwork-Metalwork of the Arts & Crafts Era A la une Le 10 juin sera marqué d’une pierre blanche pour le projet européen Textile 2020, qui entamera un nouveau tournant après deux ans d’un programme riche en opportunités. C’est à l’occasion de l’événement final du projet, que les 8 clusters partenaires se réuniront le 10 juin prochain à Troyes marquant la fin du projet de création du premier cluster européen dédié aux matériaux textiles avancés. L’événement sera aussi marqué par l’invitation de tous les partenaires rencontrés lors des missions organisées dans son cadre en Tunisie, au Japon, au Brésil, aux Etats-Unis, en Russie et en Suisse. Cette démarche vise à regrouper les actions de ses membres autour d’une stratégie commune de développement à l’international. Affaire à suivre…

Chemical Database - ChemSynthesis Matereality EaseXP software, Password Master, TransWin, xSearch Anodizing Ref Anodic Oxide Detail Mil Spec 8625 F and Test Methods for Type II Anodized Aluminum Aluminum Alloy Reference for Anodizing Type I Chromic Acid Type II Sulfuric Acid Type III Hard Coating Mil Spec 8625 F Test Methods For Type II Anodized Aluminum Aluminum Alloy Reference for Anodizing * AA - Aluminum Association ** A.Q. - Anodizing Quality - material suitable for architectural anodizing applications TYPE I "Chromic Acid" Color will vary from clear to dark gray depending on alloy. New salt spray requirement is 336 hours (5% solution per method 811 or FED-STD-No. 151). TYPE II "Sulfuric Acid" Data derived from "Designation System for Aluminum Finishes" (DAF45), published by The Aluminum Association. TYPE III "Hard Coating" Color will vary from light tan to black depending on alloy and thickness. Type III Anodize Thickness Guide 50% Penetration and 50% Buildup per Surface * Generally Accepted ** Over .0025" Thick *** May vary The procedures on this site are intended for use only by persons with prior training in the field of organic chemistry. These procedures must be conducted at one's own risk. Organic Syntheses, Inc., its Editors, who act as checkers, and its Board of Directors do not warrant or guarantee the safety of individuals using these procedures and hereby disclaim any liability for any injuries or damages claimed to have resulted from or related in any way to the procedures herein. I have read and acknowledge that I have training in the field of organic chemistry and that Organic Syntheses does not warrant or guarantee safety in the use of these procedures.

Axel Products Physical Testing Services KMODDL--Collection of Models Table of Contents Reuleaux Collection of Kinematic Mechanisms, Cornell University The 220 models in Cornell University’s Reuleaux Collection were built in the late 19th century to demonstrate the elements of machine motion, as theorized by the German engineer Franz Reuleaux. The University acquired the models in 1882 for use in teaching and research. Clark Collection of Mechanical Movements, Museum of Science, Boston The Clark Collection at Boston’s Museum of Science is a set of working models of mechanical movements and combinations of drive mechanisms built by American engineer William M. Redtenbacher Collection of Kinematic Mechanisms, University of Karlsruhe, Germany This collection contains approximately 100 19th-century models, most of them manufactured in the workshop of the Polytechnische Schule in Karlsruhe, Germany under the guidance of Ferdinand Redtenbacher when he was Professor and Director of this institution from 1841 to 1863. Illinois Gear Collection, Cornell University

Centexbel | Belgian Textile Research Centre Online Resource Guide for the Chemical Sciences: Physical Properties Databases Physical Properties Data Sites focusing on specific properties: ATHAS Data Bank of Thermal Properties(The Advanced Thermal Analysis Laboratory of the University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory provide extensive tables of thermal properties for 200 linear polymers and small molecules. The tables can give values for temperatures from 0.1 to 1000° Kelvin. Experimental versus calculated values are clearly marked.