Researchers Harvest Energy From Planes
Blog 4/30/2013 23 comments A team of Viennese researchers has come up with a way to harvest energy from airplanes to power sensors attached to a planeís fuselage that can be used to monitor and collect data on aircraft structural health.
Automakers are on the prowl for lighter weight materials to make vehicles less heavy and more fuel efficient, and Nanosteel is one of the companies hoping to take advantage of this opportunity with their lightweight automotive steel of the same name.
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