Search

Sort by:
Results 261 - 270 of 296 for Fuel assemblies
  • News - 6 Mar 2006
    China's new generation experimental Tokamak fusion device will conduct its first discharge test in July or August this year. If the experiments prove successful, it would be the world's first...
  • News - 24 Feb 2006
    Ford Motor Company is working on all four of the major alternative fuel technologies - hybrids, ethanol, hydrogen and diesels. Recently, Ford made news on three of the four technologies, ranging from...
  • News - 7 Feb 2006
    BAE Systems has started production of the first U.K. components for the Short Take-Off / Vertical Landing (STOVL) variant of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), the world’s next generation...
  • News - 23 Dec 2005
    Cidetec Technology Centre’s Energy Department has designed a prototype for a motorised bicycle that works off fuel cells. The project, financed by the Gipuzkoa Provincial Government, involved...
  • News - 9 Nov 2005
    Echoes of a "hydrogen economy" are reverberating across the country, but a number of roadblocks stand in the way. One of the biggest, experts say, is the high cost of manufacturing fuel...
  • News - 21 Oct 2005
    ESL Electro-Science has announced a new product - porous alumina cover plates. ESL cover plates available in a variety of sizes - details can be found on the company's web site. A cover plate...
  • News - 12 Sep 2005
    Increasing fuel prices are not only taking their toll at the pump, they are affecting tire prices as well since oil is a major ingredient in the manufacture of all tires. One simple and immediate...
  • News - 23 Aug 2005
    NASA is targeting March for the next Space Shuttle mission (STS-121). The mission will be the second test flight to the International Space Station in the Shuttle Return to Flight sequence. NASA...
  • News - 11 Jul 2005
    Keeping tires properly inflated is the single most critical factor for getting the most out of tires, says Harvey Brodsky, Managing Director of the Tire Retread Information Bureau (TRIB). By...
  • News - 7 Jul 2005
    Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard is constructing a solar-powered plane to fly around the world. His aim is to support sustainable development by demonstrating what renewable energy and new...