japanese researcher developed an alloy which withstand the extreme heat and pressure like the si-fi movie’s Adamantium which was bonded to logan skeleton
Japanese Tohoku University unveiled data which shows that this alloy
could resist the temperatures as high as 2,912 F (1,600 C).
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An adamantium-like alloy was given a name after the main components it is consisted of — titanium carbide-reinforced, molybdenum-silicon-boron alloy or simply MoSiBTiC.
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Aamantium was used in comic books mainly in secret military experiments. According to Tohoku University’s News, MoSiBTiC is planned to be used for construction of jet engines, gas turbines, and other power generation systems.
This MoSiBTiC showed that this alloy could be perfect for using in such systems as energy conversion systems in automotive applications, power plants, and propulsion systems in aircraft engines and rockets, etc.