I just want to know if it is strong enough to hold a couple of hump back whales and 50,000 cubic feet of water.
posted on 06/19/2014 4:12:25 AM PDT
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Sounds like it would be great as a coating for optical equipment in harsh environments like space. I wouldn't trust 4 microns as a window there but there are definite applications.
My personal favorite new technology is flash Bainite which was invented by a self taught Detroit metallurgist.
posted on 06/19/2014 4:44:33 AM PDT
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I always thought that was funny. I love Star Trek, but that was a false problem. They could have used steel walls...
posted on 06/19/2014 7:05:08 AM PDT
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50,000 cu ft/7.48 cu ft per gal=6684.49 gal*8.34 lb per gal = 55,748.65 lbs
Plus the average weight of a Humpback Whale= between 25 and 40 tons*2=50 - 80 Tons*2000lbs per ton=50,000 - 160,000 lbs.
Total = 105,748.65 - 215,748.65 lbs.
I say it depends on the support structure under the Tank.
Have to call the Manufacturer for the Flex Limits on the sides.
posted on 06/20/2014 6:49:32 AM PDT
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