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    • 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...
    • Patented 'Noise Sponge' Quiets Combustion (Science Daily (press release))- May 7, 2012
    • ScienceDaily (May 1, 2012) - A sponge-like material employed by a University of Alabama engineering professor can significantly quiet combustion, possibly making work environments safer and extending the life of equipment. Dr. Ajay K. Agrawal, ... More...
    • URBAN COMBUSTION: When Morality & Politics Mix (Brooklyn Rail)- May 7, 2012
    • by David Rosen History is unpredictable. Not unlike today, late 19th century America was an age of robber barons, of white, Christian moral absolutists, of foreign immigration and domestic migration, and of a "progressive" movement contesting ... More...