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August 12th, 2007
Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute has designed car and aircraft tires with high frictional resistance using Nanotechnology.
"In this method, the frictional resistance of tires has been increased through calculating the mechanical characteristics of them," said Mohammad Karrabi, a researcher at the Institute.
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