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    • Heat flow control for future nanoelectronics (Phys.Org)- September 3, 2012
    • There is little research in the area of heat flows and their control. Ruokola's study tackles the basic questions of the field: how heat transfer occurs from one point to another and how this flow can be controlled in electronic circuits approaching ... More...
    • Heat Exchanger Tubing withstands severe environments. (ThomasNet Industrial News Room)- August 27, 2012
    • AMETEK's proprietary fill technology provides increased thermal transfer performance, allows for use in applications with higher temperature and pressure, and prevents blistering in extreme conditions. Advances also have been made in resins, fill ... More...
    • Internal combustion tribute (The Record-Courier)- August 20, 2012
    • Internal combustion tribute. by Caryn Haller challer@recordcourier.com. Email Print ยท Copyright 2012 Record-Courier. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. August, 15 2012 10:57 am. Internal ... More...
    • Will Geothermal Power Solve California's Energy Crisis? (Government Technology)- August 13, 2012
    • 8, summit brought together legislators, energy producers, researchers and geologists to discuss the future of geothermal energy - sustainable thermal power generated and stored in the earth. They concluded that while solar and wind power are popular ... More...
    • Rotating Solar Thermal Collector Targets Cheap Renewable Energy (Revmodo)- August 13, 2012
    • Rather than a futuristic gun designed to destroy the moon, the structure is actually a solar thermal collector-a 10 foot by 10 foot device designed to follow the sun across the sky-and could put us on the fast track to cheaper solar energy. Unbeknownst ... More...
    • Catalyst improves methane combustion performance (The Engineer)- August 13, 2012
    • According to a statement, the discovery offers a way to more completely exploit energy from methane, potentially reducing emissions of this powerful greenhouse gas from vehicles that run on natural gas. The catalyst may also offer a cleaner and cheaper ... More...
    • Harvesting green tidal energy (Power Engineering Magazine)- August 6, 2012
    • Dhaka, Aug. 5 -- Ocean power is an endless source of renewable green energy. It is clean, environmentally acceptable and economically cheap. Electricity generation from ocean energy is based on tidal power, wave power, ocean thermal energy conversion, ... More...
    • Baratunde Cola Receives PECASE Award (White House)- August 3, 2012
    • The White House named Baratunde Cola, assistant professor in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, one of 96 recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). The award is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on engineering and science professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers. More...
    • Professor Dimos Poulikakos receives the 2011 Max Jakob Memorial Award (ASME/AIChE)- July 30, 2012
    • Professor Dimos Poulikakos, an editoroal board member of Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer, has been awarded the 2011 Max Jakob Memorial Award. The award was presented during the 2012 ASME HTFNMM Conference on July 10, 2012. The Max Jakob Memorial Award is the highest honor in the field of heat transfer, and has been awarded annually since 1962 by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers to a distinguished scientist. More...