Aerospace Engineering Project Report On Nanotechnology in Aerospace

Abstract : The technical challenges and the key research efforts in the field of nanomaterials for aerospace applications. Specifically, it focuses on carbon nanotube-reinforced polymers and materials produced by severe plastic deformation (SPD). Selected European projects and world conferences related to aerospace are included. The state of the art of polymer nanocomposite research is also reviewed. In the aerospace industry, there is a great need for new materials which exhibit improved mechanical properties. Materials possessing high strength at a reduced mass and size make lighter aircraft with lower fuel consumption. The development of new materials with tailored properties is a primary goal of today’s materials science and engineering. However, the possibility of obtaining improved mechanical properties by the conventional methods of cold working, solution hardening, precipitation hardening, etc., has been almost exhausted. We explicitly exclude any military R&D and applications, as this falls outside the mandate of Nanoforum. Our target audiences are twofold: non-experts of an academic level with a general interest in the potential of nanotechnology for aerospace applications, and experts involved in setting the strategic R&D agenda in this field. There are single wall and multi wall thicked carbon nanotubes(SWCNT and MWCNT). Mechanical features of CNT:Young's modulus: 1 TPa ',Tensile strength: 200GPa CNTs have been shown to provide desirable electrical properties for polymer matrix composites.The applications in aerospace industry are through thermal barrier and wear resistant coatings, sensors that can perform at high temperature and other physical and chemical sensors, sensors that can perform safety inspection cost effectively.
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