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Truck tank lid rings 3d printed

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Raw Brass
Truck tank lid rings 3d printed
Truck tank lid rings 3d printed

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Truck tank lid rings

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3d printable truck tank lid rings

Applications: Hazmath transport truck tank lid rings... Tank lids become frozen or impossible to open without these lid rings
Other Applications: Water pipe hose fitting ring
Research: Since graphene has a tensile strength ("130,000,000,000 pascals") about 3250 times stronger compared to structural steel ("400,000,000 pascals")
1 pascal = .000000145 ksi
So 130,000000000 pascals = 18850 ksi (graphene tensile strength)
and 400,000,000 pascals = 58 ksi (steel tensile strength)
In terms of Ksi, its 325 times stronger

Nuclear missile shelter construction requirements in theory ( "Designing Facilities to Resist Nuclear Weapons Effects: Illustrative Examples", Headquarters department of the Army 1985)
According to this book, concrete provides a compressive strength of 5000 psi (5 ksi) and structural steel is about 50 ksi for a wall that is 12 inches * 9 inches in depth/thickness. This amounts to added strength of roughly 65-70 ksi for both concrete and reinforced steel together. Since 65 ksi steel  provides roughly 21125 ksi graphene strength. It has almost 325 times more strength than steel which means an exterior wall with a depth of 12 inches*9 inches would provide the same strength as 0.0369 * 0.0276 inches of graphene. The pricing is as follows: 

Pricing (Google Sources)
2015 graphene price is 100 times more than structural steel 
$ 100 bucks per gram (Graphene)
$ 0.660 per gram (steel)

To figure out volume (inches) to weight (kg) for graphene:

If scientists figure out a way to produce graphene more affordable (, then graphene could be used for
nuclear bomb shelters for people living near nuclear facilties (that could get destroyed during a natural disaster like the one in Japan) and towns near rail roads and routes where uranium waste products are transported to its final disposable location, but also for nuclear waste casks/caskets as talked about in the documentary below. Further more, it could also be used in cargo ship containers and transportation trucks carrying explosive elements. It's applications could further extend to bank vaults and security truck vaults that transport money from bank to bank. 

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Truck Tank lid rings
Raw Brass
0.5 cm
0.3 cm
0.5 cm

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