Mechanical engineering / Mechanics
In an article published in Physical Review Letters, Bristol scientists have answered the fundamental question: "Is it possible to move without exerting force on the environment?", by describing the tractionless self-propulsion of active matter.
Advanced simulations have solved a problem in turbulent fluid flow that could lead to more efficient turbines and engines.
Scientists have developed a 3D-printed robotic hand which can play simple musical phrases on the piano by just moving its wrist.
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Medical trojan horses, bespoke helmets, and wind farm efficiency are some of the projects to receive funding from the Imperial-TUM Collaboration Fund.
A new technique by which to 3D print metals, involving a widely used stainless steel, has been shown to achieve exceptional levels of both strength and ductility, when compared to counterparts from more conventional processes.
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