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2013-11-27 10:00:35

Plasma-assisted combustion could help make jets fly higher, faster and longer, according to work presented at APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Mix together air, fuel, and heat and you get combustion, the chemical reaction that powers most engines in planes, trains and automobiles. And if you throw in some ionized gas (plasma), it turns out, you can sustain combustion even in conditions that would otherwise snuff out the reaction: at low air pressure, in high winds or when there's low...

2013-10-29 23:21:20

Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report: Research on Air Pollution Control Industry in China, 2013-2017. London (PRWEB) October 29, 2013 Air pollution control industry is a typical policy guidance industry whose trend and demand are depended on national environmental protection policy and downstream fixed asset investment level. The industry has unique periodicity. China’s major air pollutants: sulfur dioxide, soot, industrial dust and nitrogen oxides. In 2010, the...

2013-10-10 23:26:55

The new chemical species of Santilli MagneCules and their applications were confirmed by the participants of the recent ICNAAM Conference in Greece. For details, please visit Sessions 44, 144 and 145 of the Conference (http://www.icnaam.org/sessions_minisymposia.htm). Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) October 10, 2013 The new chemical species of Santilli MagneCules and their applications were confirmed by the participants of the recent ICNAAM Conference in Greece. For details, please visit Sessions...


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2010-09-27 17:09:09

A Bunsen burner produces a single open gas flame; it is commonly found in labs - used for heating, sterilization, and combustion. Robert Bunsen, in 1852, was hired at the University of Heidelberg and promised a new laboratory building. Heidelberg had just started installing coal-gas street lighting which provided light but not necessarily heat. Laboratory lamps, at the time, left much to be desired regarding economy and simplicity. The desire was to maximize the temperature and minimize...

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