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SAE Eye on Engineering: Inconel and Aero Alloys
SAE Eye on Engineering: Inconel and Aero Alloys, April 17, 2015
Aerospace Technologies for Automotive Efficiencies

Car engine efficiencies achieved through a technology proven in fighter aircrafts 70 years ago.

Your family car’s turbocharger using a special material that was also used in the skin of NASA’s X-15 rocket plane (the first aircraft to exceed 4,000 miles per hour.)

The use of water injection technology and Inconel (a specialty metal) are just a few of the examples where aerospace materials and technologies are helping to create the efficient, yet high performance automobiles (that also lower costs) our society craves.

Find out more in the following SAE Eye on Engineering videos entitled “Inconel and Aero Alloys” and “Water Injection Returns.”

 

SAE Eye on Engineering: Inconel and Aero Alloys

SAE Eye on Engineering: Iconel and Aero Alloys

 

SAE Eye on Engineering: Water Injection Returns

SAE Eye on Engineering: Water Injection Returns