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    • A mystery from Earth's red-hot inner core (China Daily)- June 11, 2012
    • The scientists say something else must account for the missing thermal energy in their calculations. They offer these possibilities: The core holds more radioactive material, like potassium or thorium, than anyone had suspected, and its decay is giving ... More...
    • Heated gasoline in cars safe at desert temperatures (gulfnews.com)- June 11, 2012
    • Gasoline in a car's fuel tank cannot be heated to the point of self-combustion, which is more than hundreds of degrees Celsius, experts say. Dubai: Fire officials say there is no truth to a spate of emails circulating throughout the country claiming ... More...
    • Industrial Heat Transfer: Industry Needs to Chill Out (Greener Ideal)- June 11, 2012
    • by Guest Author - June 5, 2012 - Business - 0 Comments Industry creates heat, and disposing of that heat is a never-ending challenge for designers of industrial facilities. Industrial cooling methods involve transferring heat from a solid object to a ... More...
    • Mathematicians Model Heat Flow in Human Tears (Scientific Computing)- June 11, 2012
    • The University of Delaware researchers set out to create a heat transfer model with enough detail to capture this experimentally observed cooling. Models that set a fixed temperature for the eyeball show the temperature of the tear film actually ... More...
    • Synthetic nano-waste does not disappear (Phys.Org)- May 28, 2012
    • They remain intact on combustion residues or in the incineration system, as a new study by Swiss researchers from ETH Zurich reveals. Over 100 million tons of waste are incinerated worldwide every year. Due to the increasing use of nanoparticles in ... More...
    • NASA scramjet accelerates hypersonic flight (TG Daily)- May 14, 2012
    • At Mach 6 the inlet compression and combustion process was designed to reduce the flow to below Mach 1 - subsonic combustion," explained NASA Hypersonics Project Scientist Ken Rock, based at NASA'S Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va. More...