Back Engineering Nano Particles Using Crashed UFOs

The results of back engineering is intense

Below is an engaging, interesting new invention. Please read it without thinking about UFO back engineering! If you can, then good on you, you pass. If you can't, then you're right also.

This stinks of back engineering to me and is wrong in all sorts of ways. I am not going to go into it because I want you to decide for yourselves.

This is what UFOs are made out of, maybe? It's so strong.

It's been proposed that nano-particles could enhance the strength of metals without damaging their plasticity, especially light metals like magnesium, but no groups have been able to disperse ceramic nanoparticles in molten metals until now, said Xiaochun Li, the principal investigator on the research and Raytheon Chair in Manufacturing Engineering at UCLA.


With an infusion of physics and materials processing, our method paves a new way to enhance the performance of many different kinds of metals by evenly infusing dense nanoparticles to enhance the performance of metals to meet energy and sustainability challenges in today’s society.

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This new procedure opens the door for improving existing materials used in the aviation, space and automotive industries, among others, by including nanoparticles that improve their performance in extreme conditions to meet energy and sustainability challenges in today’s society.


Taking into account that magnesium is an abundant resource, its eventual use would not cause much environmental damage. Experts have viewed ceramic particles for a long time as a revolutionary way to make metals stronger. However, with micro-scale ceramic particles, the infusion process results in loss of plasticity. Nano-scale particles are proven to enhance the strength of a material while maintaining or improving metals’ plasticity. Researchers, however, state that nano-scale ceramic particles tend to clump together rather than disperse evenly. This is because small particles tend to attract one another.

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This is why researchers dispersed the particles into a molten magnesium-zinc alloy to counteract the issue.

The newly discovered nanoparticle dispersion is based on the kinetic energy in the particles' movement say, researchers, something that stabilises the particles’ dispersion and prevents nano-scale ceramic particles from clumping up together.

The results we obtained so far are just scratching the surface of the hidden treasure for a new class of metals with revolutionary properties and functionalities, Li said.

The new material called a metal nano-composite can prove to be a revolutionary material that could change specific segments in our society, with transportation and space exploration possibly being its number one clients.

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