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  • Article - 15 Apr 2004
    Brookhaven National Laboratory researchers have found a new type of electronic behaviour in recently discovered cobalt oxide (cobaltate) superconductors. The behaviour is described herein. Posted...
  • Article - 7 Jul 2003
    Trying to predict the performance of steel alloys for use in coal fired power stations is a complex problem. Computer modelling may hold the answer. Described in this article is a comprehensive model...
  • Article - 26 Jun 2003
    Toshiba have developed a lithium silicate based ceramic that can absorb 400 times it volume in carbon dioxide. The material has applications in power generation and could aid a reduction in green...
  • Article - 11 Mar 2002
    Superalloys are emerging as a viable alternative to ceramic filters for clean burning coal power generators. The possibility of creating thin filters with high surface area and limited susceptibility...
  • Article - 18 Dec 2001
    Curium is a radioactive actinide element. It is toxic to humans and has few commercial applications but has been proposed as an isotope power source.
  • Article - 11 Oct 2001
    High temperature superconducting cables are defined as are the different types, warm dielectric and cryogenic dielectric. Their application to domestic power supply is also explained as are the...
  • Article - 11 Oct 2001
    Superconductivity is defined and the conditions necessary for materials to become superconducting are outlined. The differences between high temperature and low temperature superconductors are also...
  • Article - 27 Aug 2003
    With nuclear power currently satisfying much of the world's electricity requirements the safety, reliability and economic operation of these plants is of the utmost importance. For this reason...
  • Article - 20 Jan 2003
    This article discusses repairing eroded and worn power generation and mining industry components with a laser.
  • Article - 8 Jan 2002
    Most PV's use single junctions which limit the amount of energy which can be converted into electricity. One way top get around this is to use two or more differenet cells or multijunction cells. How...