News - 13 Jul 2010
Südbayerische Portland Zementwerk Gebr. Wiesböck & Co. GmbH, Rohrdorf, Germany, is building near Rosenheim the first German power plant to use hot waste gas from cement production to generate...
News - 29 Nov 2016
A competitive award was given to Joshua Charles, a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering for his research into the application of phase change materials to help enhance the efficiency of power...
News - 15 May 2012
Genevac, an SP Scientific group company, has announced that it will display its latest solutions for freeze drying, lyophilisation and evaporation at ACHEMA 2012.
Visitors to Hall 4.1, Booth...
Article - 20 Aug 2001
Properties such as low density, good strength at elevated temperatures, high strength and excellent corrosion resistance have seen titanium used extensively in industries such as aerospace, process...
News - 22 Apr 2009
Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets:CYPW) has signed a license agreement with Waste Heat Resources, Inc . (WHR) of Londonderry, New Hampshire.
Under the agreement, WHR will provide Cyclone with...
News - 25 Feb 2016
Organisms such as cacti and desert beetles can survive in arid environments because they've evolved mechanisms to collect water from thin air. The Namib desert beetle, for example, collects water...
News - 22 Jul 2013
The University of Glasgow has been awarded a £3m share of £85m new government funding for equipment to support pioneering research to improve the efficiency of electronic and optical...
News - 3 Dec 2020
Nucleation is a ubiquitous phenomenon that governs the formation of both droplets and bubbles in systems used for condensation, desalination, water splitting, crystal growth, and many other important...
Article - 24 Apr 2019
This article discusses measuring pressure and temperature in the maritime industry.
Article - 17 Dec 2012
Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) is a high temperature semi-crystalline thermoplastic. PEEK was discovered by ICI in 1982. This polymer has the ability to be used continuously to a temperature of 250°C...