Army Studies Impact Of Nanotubes On Rotor Blades

Credit: U.S. Army
Researchers at the U.S. Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command are evaluating the benefits of adding carbon nanotubes to specific locations within helicopter rotor blades as well as to the composite matrix that is used in their manufacture. A key goal would be to increase energy...

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