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Man of steel ? do you think superman could be stronger :/

Question asked by The Observer in #Coffee Room on Apr 9, 2013
The Observer
The Observer 路 Apr 9, 2013
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With the induction of Aluminum alloys and Titanium.. what do you think?? could superman be stronger if he did not have the 'steel' stuff in him? Lets apply the physics into his daily activities like getting hit by bullets, flying in the air at super speeds, water stuff and all.. what materials do you think could make him stronger 😉 ??? Posted in: #Coffee Room
viky1147
viky1147 路 Apr 10, 2013
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Similarly Wolverine 馃槈

But i like Batman apart from all superhero's.. 馃榿
The Observer
The Observer 路 Apr 11, 2013
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yes. but then imagine the fate of iron man. He's gonna rust i guess. 馃槙
Gurjap
Gurjap 路 Apr 11, 2013
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If I were to be hit by bullets, I'll prefer I be made of steel, not aluminum. Reasons? More weight, better alloyability, better impact resistance, better resilience.....
The Observer
The Observer 路 Apr 11, 2013
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well thats a nice one Gurjap..but it doesn't hold in the long run. once cracked.. it doesn't give a good time. it jus fractures too well. thats why it is not found on airplanes wherever impacts are possible.. 馃槈 well steel is still good.
zaveri
zaveri 路 Apr 13, 2013
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Hey guys remember. "light weight" is another characteristic required to make flight easy.

Aluminum is lighter than steel or titanium, but then it aint so stronger than those two.
The Observer
The Observer 路 Apr 13, 2013
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yes zaveri..thats a good reasoning 馃榾 however, Titanium is the best for its strength.. also mixed with steel to make it stronger to resist impact. It is lesser in terms of weight too.
rahul69
rahul69 路 Apr 14, 2013
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I think some kind of high strength polymer can be used for this purpose, such as this one. 馃榾
Gurjap
Gurjap 路 Apr 14, 2013
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Somehow, Man of Plastic or Man of 2,3-dimethylpolypropylene doesn't have quite the same ring as Man of Steel.
rahul69
rahul69 路 Apr 15, 2013
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Gurjap
Somehow, Man of Plastic or Man of 2,3-dimethylpolypropylene doesn't have quite the same ring as Man of Steel.
True, but we can always find an awesome name for our superhero!馃槈
The Observer
The Observer 路 Apr 15, 2013
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yeah.. decide on the name too.. and it shouldn't be plastic man 馃槢

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