Saturday, July 23, 2011

Question 93

Since the latter half of the 20th century, Aerospace engineers have used this term, X to describe when referring to unusual or costly material. By the 1990s, the term was in wide use. X may well have been coined in the aerospace industry to refer to materials capable of withstanding the extreme temperatures expected in reentryAerospace engineers are frequently tempted to design aircraft which require parts with strength or resilience beyond that of currently available materials.Later, this term, X became an engineering term for practical materials that really exist, but are difficult to get. In the 1970s, bicycle magazines, sometimes referred to exotic lightweight bicycle parts as being made of X...
Which material/Term am I talking about?



Answer : Unobtainium..  Cracked by Arpit, Nanda, Qsachin, Soch Purush, Rithvik, Krishna prasad, Anirban, Nevil and Rampy...

13 comments:

arpit said...

Unobtainium

Nanda said...

Unobtainium

Qqsachin said...

Unobtainium

Darshan. D said...

Carbon fibre???

Darshan. D said...

Carbon Fibre???

Darshan. D said...

Carbon Fiber???

Soch Purush said...

Unobtainium

Rithvik Kumar said...

unobtanium :P

krishna prasad said...

unobtainium

Anirban said...

Unobtainium

Nevil.C.Philip said...

Unobtanium

Rampy said...

Unobtanium

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