Using the probing power of neutron beams, Professor Dimitry Sediako at the University of British Columbia is solving industrial challenges in the development of lighter powertrains for automotive and marine vehicles.Continue reading Using Neutrons to Design More Efficient Cars and Boats
Generating unique knowledge about aging of submarine fleets has helped Canada cooperate with its allies, leveraging their knowledge in return.
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Stress data from the CNBC helped Canada leverage closer research collaboration with allies.
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Research sponsored by U.S. Office of Naval Research used world-leading capability at the CNBC to observe stresses while applying tension or compression in two directions. These stress measurements provide vital data to improve material modelling capabilities.
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Defence Research and Development Canada sponsors research that needs stress data from the CNBC to understand the strength of ship hulls.
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Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) accessed the CNBC for award-winning cooperative research with Canada’s allies.
Continue reading Reducing maintenance costs of military ships