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  • Here's How Often To Replace Air Filters In Your Home - Bob Vila

    by admin on 2022-05-14 22:40:06

    By Lauren Wingo | Updated Apr 7, 2022 12:20 PM

    A: The essential function of an air filter is to clean air that passes through a home’s heating and cooling system. Air filters are made out of spun fiberglass, paper, or cloth enclosed in a cardboar

  • industrial materials + ephemeral lighting form OMA's 'terminal' music venue in houston

    by admin on 2022-05-14 22:40:03

    OMA has teamed up with live nation entertainment company to design the ‘terminal’, a 5,000 capacity music venue in houston, texas. led by jason long, the project is expected to serve as the cultural anchor of ‘POST houston’, lovett commercial’s transformation of t

  • The Terminal, a 5,000 capacity concert venue, is coming to Post Houston | Datebook

    by admin on 2022-05-14 22:40:01

    The Terminal is a 5,000 capacity concert venue that is housed in POST Houston at the former Barbara Jordan Post Office downtown Houston.

    The Terminal, a concert venue with a capacity of 5,000 people, will open later this year at POST Houston, the new mixed-use complex at the former Barba

  • ARMATEX® SILVERSTAR 13 Silicon Coated Fiberglass

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:53

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    Mid-Mountain has designed a fabric with a reflective silver color called ARMATEX® SilverStar (Figure 1) in light of increasing demand for a fabric

  • Innovative Fire Shelter Seam Design | Textile World

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:45

    NC State Senior Design project studied the design and construction of the wildland fire shelter.

    W ildland fires burned more than 10 million U.S. acres in 2015. These fires can be dangerously volatile, sometimes trapping firefighters among the flames, so since 1977, firefighters in the f

  • Lustrous vacuum-infused camping trailer blends timeless and modern

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:43

    Wearing an ageless shape and style the camper world has known for many decades, the new Cortes Travel Trailer gets an update from the latest in construction and component technologies. Cortes keeps the wood in the forest and leaves the chopper guns behind, building its shimmering caravan using

  • Those Bullet Effects In Terminator 2 Weren’t CGI | Hackaday

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:36

    Remember Terminator 2? Guns were nearly useless against the murderous T-1000, played by Robert Patrick. Bullets fired at the “liquid metal” robot resulted only in a chrome-looking bullet splash that momentarily staggered the killing machine. The effects were done by Stan Winston, w

  • Creating Robotic Protective Covers for Use in Extreme Environments

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:13

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    Amulya Das, Director of Business Development at Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc., talks to AZoM about the company's robotic protective clothing, ARMAT

  • Big Breakthrough for “Massless” Energy Storage: Structural Battery That Performs 10x Better Than All Previous Versions

    by admin on 2022-05-07 06:18:11

    By Chalmers University of Technology March 24, 2021

    Structural battery composites cannot store as much energy as lithium-ion batteries, but have several characteristics that make them highly attractive for use in vehicles and other applications. When the battery becomes part of the