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Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have found a completely new method to check the electronic properties of oxide materials. This opens the door to even tinier components and perhaps more sustainable electronics.
“We found a completely new way to control the conductivity of materials at the nanoscale,” says Professor Dennis Meier at NTNU’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
One of the best aspects of the new method is that it does not interfere with other properties of the material, like previous methods did. This makes it possible to combine different functions in the same material, which is an important advance for nanoscale technology.
“What’s really great is that this project is being run from NTNU and involves people from several departments. We also benefit from key facilities like the NanoLab and the TEM (transmission electron microscopy) Gemini Centre. This interdisciplinary approach shows what we
TOKYO—Sumitomo Rubber Industries plans to develop new products using its large-scale molecular dynamics simulation technology for tire rubber materials.
In development since 2012, the technology clarifies the effect of the bonding method between silica added to the rubber material and the coupling agent on the strength of the rubber material, Sumitomo said in a Sept. 16 release.
The project uses data processing power offered by the supercomputer “K computer,” which is based on the high-performance computing infrastructure (HPCI) platform. It has received the HPCI’s “excellent achievement award for utilization research projects.”
As a result of the project, Sumitomo said it was able to improve wear resistance of rubber.
“In the future, we will utilize the results of this simulation in the development of new rubber materials and products,” the company said.
In order to develop tires with higher safety and reduced environmental impact, Sumitomo said it was looking to use
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