Energy Research and Development: Hearings, Ninety-second Congress, Second Session, 2. sējums
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Development
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190. lappuse - He is a Member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Society of Arts of England, and the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.
155. lappuse - Mr. Chairman, and members of the subcommittee, I am happy to appear before you today to testify in support of HR 6930, the Powerplant Fuel Conversion Act of 1980.
94. lappuse - Lawrence is a registered professional engineer in the State of Texas and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME.
511. lappuse - ... are the same for both heating and cooling. A major impediment to their widespread use has been high maintenance cost associated with equipment failure. Several manufacturers of heat pumps have carried out extensive programs to improve component reliability that, if successful, should improve...
512. lappuse - ... over the unit's lifetime. Because of the large number of models available and the general ignorance of the fact that such a range of efficiencies exists, the most economical choice is not likely to be made. An industry-sponsored certification program requires that the cooling rating and wattage input be listed on the nameplate of each unit, providing the basic information required for determining efficiency. However, the nameplate is often hard to locate and...
599. lappuse - The annual heat loss from model homes with various weights of insulation in (a) New York, and (b) Minneapolis. A quantitative estimate of the savings in energy for home heating, which are technologically feasible, may be obtained as follows (4). The upper point, A, in (a) and (b) may be assumed to represent the approximate state of insulation and storm window sealing in approximately 90 percent of housing built prior to issuance of minimum property standards. The heat losses from these houses can...
542. lappuse - US Atomic Energy Commission and jointly by the European Nuclear Energy Agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
364. lappuse - This experience included that gained from operation of a number of experimental reactors using a liquid-metal coolant. These reasons were strong enough to offset some unfavorable characteristics of sodium such as its high chemical reactivity. Though priority has been given to the LMFBR. investigations are continuing on other advanced reactors which have an important potential for increased fuel utilization or breeding. These include two thermal...
232. lappuse - Interior to intrude near the surface. In some of these areas, ground water percolating down into the earth comes into contact with the hot solidifying magma. If the heated water rises to the surface, it is manifested as hot springs, geysers, or fumaroles.