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Did you know that the temperature of a space rocket can fluctuate between -100°C in the shade and 150°C when facing the sun? Or that combustion in a jet engine can reach temperatures as hot as 900°C? In this issue of Bolted, we examine how extreme temperatures affect the metallic materials used to build common applications.
To investigate how operators handle working in such extreme conditions, we traveled to the South Pole to meet installer Trygve Jakobsen, who secured giant satellite antennas safely to the ground in freezing temperatures and gale-force winds — nature doesn’t get more extreme than that!
Read about all this, as well as the latest insights, industry trends and technical expertise from the world of bolting!
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