Color plate illustrates the chemistry of combustion and illumination through the structure of a flame. The currents of gases are indicated by the direction of the arrows.
This plate comes from the Chemical Atlas; or,…
- Part of The Phenomena and Laws of Heat
Engraved plate illustrates M. de Bernières' immense burning glass, capable of causing combustion through the use of lenses and sunlight. Sunlight passes through two lenses projected onto a combustible surface causing…
- 1985-Nov-18 (First session)
- 1985-Dec-02 (Second session)
Hoyt C. Hottel begins the first interview with a description of his childhood and education in Indiana, Missouri, and later Illinois, where his father was a salesman in the rubber industry. He praises his early…
- Interviewee Hottel, Hoyt C. (Hoyt Clarke), 1903-1998
- Interviewer Bohning, James J.
- Subject Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Combustion, Heat--Transmission, Hottel, Hoyt C. (Hoyt Clarke), 1903-1998, Langmuir, Irving, 1881-1957, Incendiary bombs, Chemical engineers, Combustion engineering, Cabot, Godfrey L. (Godfrey Lowell), 1861-1962, Solar energy
Beckman's New Combustion Efficiency System Directly Controls Process Heater Damper, Saves Energy and Reduces Pollution
The press release describes the Model CE-1000 Combustion Efficiency System unveiled at the ISA show in Anaheim.