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Russia claims control of settlement in Luhansk, Ukraine says it destroys Russian tanks

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Russia claims control of settlement in Luhansk, Ukraine says it destroys Russian tanks

2024-05-21 09:19 Last Updated At:18:37

Russia said on Monday that it continued to occupy favorable positions in Kharkiv and other areas, while Ukraine attacked Russia's military targets over the past 24 hours, according to their latest battle reports.

The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that in the past 24 hours, the Russian army completely controlled a settlement in the Luhansk area. It repelled the Ukrainian army's counterattacks in multiple directions and attacked Ukrainian army electronic warfare base stations, ammunition depots, air defense systems and other targets.

The Russian air defense system intercepted Ukrainian anti-ship missiles, aerial bombs, multiple rockets and multiple drones.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces issued a battle report on the same day stating that the Ukrainian army held its frontline positions in Kharkiv and other places and continued to engage in fierce battles with the Russian army.

The Ukrainian army destroyed Russian tanks, air defense systems and other military targets. Strikes were carried out in personnel concentration areas and control points, said the report.

Russia claims control of settlement in Luhansk, Ukraine destroys Russian tanks

Russia claims control of settlement in Luhansk, Ukraine destroys Russian tanks

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China unveils first self-developed mega hot isostatic pressing equipment

2024-07-20 11:37 Last Updated At:12:07

China on Friday unveiled its first self-developed mega hot isostatic pressing (HIP) equipment, marking a significant breakthrough in the material manufacturing sector.

As the largest of its kind in China, this newly released HIP equipment excels in densifying and optimizing large and intricately shaped materials under ultra-high temperature and pressure.

The HIP is a key technology used in producing high-performance materials, significantly enhancing their wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and mechanical properties.

"In simple terms, this equipment transforms ordinary materials such as metal or porcelain into high-performance ones. Through HIP, material performance is greatly improved, and the average fatigue life of the material can be increased by at least ten times, meeting the needs of extreme working conditions," said Qi Wen, leader of the mega HIP equipment project.

With wide applications, the HIP technique is suitable for both metal and non-metal materials, such as porcelain or glass. This mega equipment will advance the development of China’s aerospace, oil and gas, and machinery manufacturing sectors, enhancing China's competitiveness in the international material manufacturing arena.

China unveils first self-developed mega hot isostatic pressing equipment

China unveils first self-developed mega hot isostatic pressing equipment

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