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2022 ◽  
pp. 2104866
Author(s):  
Lin Hong ◽  
Liang‐Yu Wang ◽  
Yuling Wang ◽  
Xiuming Wu ◽  
Wei Huang ◽  
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Author(s):  
Gerrit J Jordaan ◽  
Wynand J vdM Steyn

: Nanotechnology options to road surface maintenance offers several advantages compared to traditionally used materials. The small particle sizer of hydrophobic Nano-Silane modified Nano-Polymers (NSNP) enables these nanotechnology products to deeply penetrate existing road surfaces, sealing micro-cracks and render surfacings to be water-resistant for extended periods of time. In comparison, traditionally used products contain minimum partial sizes of about 1 – 5 microns, that provide a superficial protection that wears off in a relatively short period of time. These traditional products are often associated with vehicle contamination while drying and requires the re-instatement of road markings. None of these disadvantages are associated with applicable NSNP technologies that are quick drying, with no vehicle contamination risks and is equivalent to a “clear-seal” requiring no reinstatement of road markings. In a similar vein, pot-hole repairs can be done using applicable, easy to use, pre-packed and treated pot-hole repair kits that are water-repellent and quick-drying at a fraction of the costs of conventional cold-mix products. Resurfacing using NME binder slurries can be done labour-intensively on a pre-treated NSNP surfacing, restoring cracked surfacing and providing a water-resistant long-lasting protective layer without the removal of existing cracked areas. The implementation of nanotechnology solutions for road surface maintenance operations is directly associated with ease of use, labour-intensive operations, prevention of considerable deterioration in riding quality due to removal and manual re-instatement of cracked surfaces, time and cost savings and a reduction in the risk of water damage to the sub-structure. TRANSLATE with x English ArabicHebrewPolish BulgarianHindiPortuguese CatalanHmong DawRomanian Chinese SimplifiedHungarianRussian Chinese TraditionalIndonesianSlovak CzechItalianSlovenian DanishJapaneseSpanish DutchKlingonSwedish EnglishKoreanThai EstonianLatvianTurkish FinnishLithuanianUkrainian FrenchMalayUrdu GermanMalteseVietnamese GreekNorwegianWelsh Haitian CreolePersian TRANSLATE with COPY THE URL BELOW Back EMBED THE SNIPPET BELOW IN YOUR SITE Enable collaborative features and customize widget: Bing Webmaster Portal Back


Sensors ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
pp. 398
Author(s):  
Anna V. Bogatskaya ◽  
Andrey E. Schegolev ◽  
Nikolay V. Klenov ◽  
Evgeniy M. Lobov ◽  
Maxim V. Tereshonok ◽  
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We consider two of the most relevant problems that arise when modeling the properties of a tunnel radio communication channel through a plasma layer. First, we studied the case of the oblique incidence of electromagnetic waves on a layer of ionized gas for two wave polarizations. The resonator parameters that provide signal reception at a wide solid angle were found. We also took into account the unavoidable presence of a protective layer between the plasma and the resonator, as well as the conducting elements of the antenna system in the dielectric itself. This provides the first complete simulation for a tunnel communication channel. Noise immunity and communication range studies were conducted for a prospective spacecraft radio line.


2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
Author(s):  
Badar Minhas ◽  
Sahib Dino ◽  
Luyao Huang ◽  
Dequan Wu

The fast leaching and robust barrier property of inhibitors are the basic fundamentals for the formation of active protective coatings to protect aluminum alloys. Herein, an active protective surface was developed based on an epoxy coating and an underlying lithium carbonate (Li2CO3)-treated anodized aluminum alloy 2024-T3. The morphology of the Li-LDH layer was studied to know its formation mechanism. The electrochemical studies revealed that the fast and adequate leaching of lithium led to a substantial increment of corrosion resistance of the scratched coating in 3.5 wt% NaCl from 1 to 8 days. Time of flight secondary ion mass spectroscopy (ToF-SIMS) results indicated that Li was distributed in the lateral direction and covered the scratched area. The 3D images indicated that different lithium compounds were formed and 90% of the scratched area was covered with the lithium protective layer over immersion time. A combined approach of morphology observations, electrochemical measurements, and ToF-SIMS showed the lithium protective layer offered good corrosion resistance. On the contrary, lithium provided fast and adequate leaching from the coating, demonstrating good active protection for aluminum and its alloys.


Friction ◽  
2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Qingyuan Yu ◽  
Xinchun Chen ◽  
Chenhui Zhang ◽  
Chenxi Zhang ◽  
Wenli Deng ◽  
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AbstractHydrogenated amorphous carbon (a-C:H) films are capable of providing excellent superlubricating properties, which have great potential serving as self-lubricating protective layer for mechanical systems in extreme working conditions. However, it is still a huge challenge to develop a-C:H films capable of achieving robust superlubricity state in vacuum. The main obstacle derives from the lack of knowledge on the influencing mechanism of deposition parameters on the films bonding structure and its relation to their self-lubrication performance. Aiming at finding the optimized deposition energy and revealing its influencing mechanism on superlubricity, a series of highly-hydrogenated a-C:H films were synthesized with appropriate ion energy, and systematic tribological experiments and structural characterization were conducted. The results highlight the pivotal role of ion energy on film composition, nanoclustering structure, and bonding state, which determine mechanical properties of highly-hydrogenated a-C:H films and surface passivation ability and hence their superlubricity performance in vacuum. The optimized superlubricity performance with the lowest friction coefficient of 0.006 coupled with the lowest wear rate emerges when the carbon ion energy is just beyond the penetration threshold of subplantation. The combined growth process of surface chemisorption and subsurface implantation is the key for a-C:H films to acquire stiff nanoclustering network and high volume of hydrogen incorporation, which enables a robust near-frictionless sliding surface. These findings can provide a guidance towards a more effective manipulation of self-lubricating a-C:H films for space application.


Author(s):  
Xiaotian Guo ◽  
Xianhu Liu ◽  
Lei Wang

Photoelectrochemical (PEC) seawater splitting is a promising alternative for solar energy conversion and storage. However, the sluggish surface reaction dynamics and photocorrosion/corrosion generally limit the semiconductors for potential large-scale application....


RSC Advances ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (4) ◽  
pp. 2300-2309
Author(s):  
Ivan Klbik ◽  
Katarína Čechová ◽  
Igor Maťko ◽  
Ján Lakota ◽  
Ondrej Šauša

Ice-free phase formed by DMSO acting as a protective layer of lipid membrane.


2022 ◽  
Vol 123 ◽  
pp. 111695
Author(s):  
Bin Liu ◽  
Panpan Fan ◽  
Hongwei Song ◽  
Kai Liao ◽  
Wenjun Wang

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