Our very own Bob Manning has recently successfully defended his Doctoral Thesis entitled “CAPILLARY OCCLUSION OF TUBES WITH RECTANGULAR AND ARBITRARY CROSS-SECTIONS WITH TRANSVERSE BODY FORCES”. Congratulations to Robert Manning, PhD.
Keystone Engineering Company adds another alloy to one of its unique spinforming process for producing spacecraft components and assemblies. Keystone pioneered the use of “welded blanks” for spinforming and produces spinformed domes of nickel-based alloys such as Inconel 718 and Haynes 230 for spacecraft use. Now Keystone Engineering adds precipitation hardened alloys with its recent use of alloy 15-5PH for spinforming nozzles and jackets for use in the launch vehicle engine industry..
In addition to the unique welded spinblanks, Keystone also produces components from other metals including aluminum (including alloys 2219, 2014, 2195, 1100, and others), titanium, corrosion resistant steels, copper, and others.