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Recent News

Researchers at Texas A&M University have enhanced the property of polyimide materials for dehumidification. This enhanced polymer will help develop the next generation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning technologies that are energy efficient with a smaller carbon footprint.

A new computational framework can predict the behavior of materials known as MAX phases at high temperatures in a fraction of the time compared to other algorithms. These virtually designed materials can then be used to construct heat and corrosion-resistant turbines for jet engines.

Dr. George M. Pharr has been recognized by the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society with the 2021 William D. Nix Award. He was presented with the award at the society’s annual meeting this month and presented a lecture on his research.


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