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Alysha Liebscher, Business Development Manager, and Gary Gayman, Senior R&D Developer, at the Thermal Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials explain why protecting against thermal runaway in electric vehicles is critical and discuss the options available to manufacturers.
Demand for wind power is growing rapidly across the USA. While it offers undoubted benefits, it also carries common technological issues, including the electrical erosion of ground rings in wind turbine generators. Here, George Finley, Wind Segment Manager with the Electrical Carbon business of Morgan Advanced Materials, explores the challenges and costs, and outlines a pioneering solution.
Global leader in materials science Morgan Advanced Materials has opened the doors to its new multi-million-dollar Carbon Science Centre of Excellence (CoE) research and development facility at Penn State University.
Faced with rising demand and costs, the aviation industry is experiencing significant change. In times of revolution, Marco Pagni, Aerospace Product and Market Manager at the Thermal Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials, explains what must be considered with thermal management and fire protection blankets, and why compromise is not an option.
Gary Jubb, Fibre Centre of Excellence Lead at Morgan Advanced Materials discusses the use of RCF as a furnace lining and how the petrochemical industry is preparing for a change in the form of a new alternative.
Morgan Advanced Materials, the global leader in materials science, and The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) have awarded their inaugural Morgan Medal and Global Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award (GDDDA) to Dr Yanhao Dong.
The American Ceramic Society and Morgan Advanced Materials Announce Presentation of Inaugural Morgan Medal and Global Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award.
Morgan Advanced Materials, the global leader in materials manufacturing, has significantly improved its braze alloys service in the US. The move comes to support customers requiring mission critical components for aerospace, medical and industrial applications.
Morgan Advanced Materials, the global leader in materials manufacturing, has developed a proprietary leachable material which significantly cuts investment casting times in turbine engine blades by up to 20 percent.
The manufacture of clean pumps used in food & beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetics factories is likely to be affected the ban on environmentally harmful polymer microbeads, these are currently used in pump construction but are harmful to sea life. A new micro-structure manufactured by Seals and Bearings, a business of Morgan Advanced Materials using porous Silicon Carbide (SiC) is being cited as the answer, offering effective pore forming to help pumps perform for longer.