Researchers use ancient Japanese art of origami to solve space travel challenge

The researchers have developed an origami-inspired, folded plastic fuel bladder that doesn’t crack at super cold temperatures and could someday be used to store and pump fuel. it-s-viral Updated: Dec 15, 2020, 17:53 IST Asian News International | Posted by: Sanya BudhirajaWashington WSU researchers have used the ancient Japanese art of paper folding to possibly

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6 ways the centuries-old art of origami is bringing us the future

Aug. 8, 2018, 10:00 PM EEST By Edd Gent The mathematical principles behind the art make it all possible. Engineers at NASA are designing a flower-shaped star shade that can fold up for launch and then unfurl in space.NASAAug. 8, 2018, 10:00 PM EESTBy Edd Gent Origami might seem like an unlikely source of inspiration

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Origami, Battersea Power Station, London, review: Spectacular and unflashy

Inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding, ‘Origami’, which launches this year’s Dance Umbrella festival, is performed at Battersea Power Station  Zo AndersonThursday 19 October 2017 12:31 A woman hangs upside down from a slice carved out of a giant shipping container. Dangling by her toes, Satchie Noro has the ease of someone lounging

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Shape-shifting matter could let houses crumple themselves away

Technology 11 March 2016 By Sandrine Ceurstemont It’s the ultimate Transformer. Flick a switch and watch as your house packs itself into a backpack, or its walls open into a doorway. That’s the vision behind a material that can be programmed to change shape. Developed by Johannes Overvelde at Harvard University and his colleagues, the

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Researchers use origami to solve space travel challenge

By Tina Hilding, Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture PULLMAN, Wash. — WSU researchers have used the ancient Japanese art of paper folding to possibly solve a key challenge for outer space travel – how to store and move fuel to rocket engines. The researchers have developed an origami-inspired, folded plastic fuel bladder that doesn’t

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