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Thermoelectric Technologies in Oil, Gas, and Mining Industries

Until alternative sources of fuel are widely accepted and utilized in society, we will continue to rely on the mining, oil, and gas industries to produce and deliver our fuel supply. Shifting economic demands, environmental restrictions, and growth of commercial and residential developments have forced wells, plants, drilling operations, and refineries to be “off the grid” and located where there is no access to electrical power. In order to function normally and safely, they must maintain operations 24 hours a day and be completely self-reliant in terms of generating electricity - this means they need to use batteries and generators as their primary energy sources. Easy right? What about their declining energy efficiency because of waste heat?

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This entry was posted in Waste heat recovery , Energy Harvesting and renewable energy on July 24, 2019 by II-VI Marlow Industries

NASA to Open the International Space Station (ISS) to Tourists, Are You Booking a Trip?

In the years to come, the traditional cliché of tourists who “travel abroad” will likely be adopting an entirely new definition - beginning in 2020, NASA will be opening the doors of the International Space Station for private tourists, private astronauts, and commercial businesses to enjoy. Want to add visiting space, the final frontier, to your bucket list of travel destinations? You better have deep pockets.

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This entry was posted in mars , renewable energy and aerospace on July 08, 2019 by II-VI Marlow Industries

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