Thermoacoustics : In the News
Los Alamos thermoacoustics in the news
Here are recent news articles and press releases about thermoacoustics at Los Alamos.
"Sonic Cooker uses sound waves to reduce energy poverty," CNN International Edition, August 21, 2012.
"Quarter-wave pulse tube" is Cryogenics best paper of the year 2011, Cryogenics.
"Putting a sound stop to convection," Physics Update, November 12, 2009; and Physics Today, January 2010, page 17.
"Cooling Technologies: Sound Idea," Appliance Design, April 2008. (See the article that begins on page 14.)
Los Alamos wins Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award for natural-gas liquefaction: Wall Street Journal, September 2007.
Sound makes electricity for space: Technology Research News October 6/13, 2004.
Secretary of Energy Announces Seven Lawrence Award Winners for 2004.
Backhaus named top young innovator by Technology Review magazine: MIT Technology Review September 15, 2003.
"Sound power for deep-space travel beyond sun's reach," Science News Week of Sept. 4, 2004; Vol. 166, No. 10 , p. 157.
"Powering space probes: The heat is on," The Economist August 14, 2004. Vol. 372, Iss. 8388, pg. 69.
Our colleagues at Penn State University used our DeltaE software to design and analyze their Ben&Jerry's ice cream cooler, which was described by National Public Radio "All Things Considered" April 28, 2004.
World Oil magazine announces the thirteen winners of the 2003 World Oil Awards: Press Release October 17, 2003.
Thermoacoustic mixture-separation work was featured in the American Chemical Society publication "Today's Chemist at Work": The latest buzz on gas separation, December 2002.
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