FILCARB™ molds manufactured using the filament winding system, and carbon/carbon pistons manufactured from carbon or graphite fabric, provide a superior hot pressing system with increased cycle life...
Multi-directionally reinforced polymer matrix composites with unique architectural designs and no thickness limitations have been designed, developed, manufactured, and characterized for use in structural applications. Challenges to manufacturing these materials included implementation of single-step preform manufacture, managing thermal effects during densification, and process scale-up. Application of finite element analysis to translate raw materials and microstructural [...]
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EMTL is one of the few highly advanced and expertly equipped laboratories in the world, with high performance measurement capabilities and comprehensive data acquisition. Our laboratory handles standard and non-standard configurations ranging from micro-specimens to full-size components. We house the full resources for sample machining and preparation, non-destructive evaluation, quality control and pre- to post-test analysis and documentation. EMTL puts the needs of our clients first, tailoring programs to meet our clients’ application objectives and scheduling priorities.
Focused on high temperature testing, EMTL is one of only a few labs in the US that has the capabilities to test materials at temperatures up to 2760°C.
EMTL has the capability to perform a full spectrum of mechanical testing services, specializing in performing mechanical testing at temperatures ranging from -195°C to 2760°C.
The Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation (NDT&E) laboratory utilizes radiography and/or other approaches to assist clients in obtaining quality assurance.
From: Ohio Aerospace Institute
For: Innovation Award for the thermal protection system for NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory