Nano Enabled Coating Makes Aircraft Invisible
Published on Jan 10, 2016
Nanomaterial use in construction, in coatings, in site remediation, and on invisible planes.The Israel-based YnetNews is Reporting that an Israeli company called Nanoflight has successfully run a test on dummy missiles that were painted with the nano-enabled coating and have shown that radar could not pick them up as missiles.
The nanocoating achieves its radar trickery by absorbing the radio waves emitted by the radar and scattering them as heat energy enough so that when the radar gets the bounced back signal it is not regular enough to indicate an object. A spokesman for Nanoflight, Eli Shaldag, is quoted in the article indicating that the company is in the second stage of its development process after which they will be able to produce the coating in larger quantities.
Nanomaterial use in construction, in coatings, in site remediation, and on invisible planes. Certain nanomaterials can improve the strength of concrete, serve as self-cleaning and self-sanitizing coatings. These paving slabs are coated with titanium dioxide (TiO2). Titanium dioxide is a photo catalyst; it uses sunlight to accelerate a naturally occurring. An Israeli company has developed a paint for airplanes that can make them invisible to radar.
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