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TDK Expands Family of Compact Fuse-Protected Varistors
Iselin, N.J. – TDK Corporation announced has extended its EPCOS ThermoFuse family of fuse-protected varistors with the new compact NT14 and NT20 series. The new ThermoFuse components feature a footprint that fits into existing circuit board layouts. The NT14 series (disk diameter 14 mm) is
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Date:
10/17/2018
New Catalyst Opens Door to CO2 Capture in Conversion of Coal to Liquid Fuels

Researchers professor Emiel Hensen and Wei Chen from Eindhoven University of Technology.

World energy consumption projections expect coal to stay one of the world's main energy sources in the coming decades, and a growing share of it will be used in CTL, the conversion of coal to liquid fuels. Researchers from the National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy in Beijing and Eindhoven University
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Date:
10/12/2018
Robust Y2 Capacitors With an Increased Rated Voltage
TDK Corporation presents a new series of EPCOS MKP Y2 capacitors for EMI suppression. In contrast to conventional types that are designed for rated voltages of 300 V AC, these new capacitors offer a permissible rated voltage of 350 V AC. The capacitances of the B3203* series range from 4.7 nF
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Date:
10/09/2018

A Big Spark For Energy Research

Dion Vlachos is the director of the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation and the Allan and Myra Ferguson Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UD.

The University of Delaware has won a $12.8 million, four-year funding renewal from the U.S. Department of Energy for the continued operation of the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI). The center involves scientists from academic institutions and national laboratories across the U.S. in developing
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Date:
10/08/2018
Technology and the Future of Healthcare
As usual, autumn means conference season. And this year conference season will be dominated by electronica as it is every second year. All of the famed German organisational stereotypes will be tested to their limits, with the conference expanding to 16 halls. For me personally, that means even more walking
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Date:
10/02/2018
A Biofuel for Automated Heat Generation

This is Arkadievsky peat at the Tomsk Oblast in Siberia Russia.

Pyrolysis - a process of biomass decomposition - can be organized automatically for heat generation out of the most common type of biomass such as peat and straw. That is, it is sufficient to heat biomass to a certain temperature and then the process proceeds in the autothermal mode due to its own heat release.
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Date:
10/01/2018

 



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