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Title: Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.03, No.1 (1986-1969): Electrical Power Prospects
Authors: Sporn, Philip
Auer, Peter
Cady, K. Bingham
Berth, Donald
Keywords: Engineering
Cornell University
Power industry
Plasma
Controlled Fusion
Nuclear Power
Engineering Physics
Issue Date: 1969
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: In this Issue: The Power Industry Looks Ahead /2 (Noted power industrialist Philip Sporn examines the power industry in terms of generation, transmission, and distribution and predicts what its state will be in 1980.) ... Prospects for Controlled Fusion /12 (What are plasmas? How can they be controlled? What is their significance for the power industry? Peter L. Auer, professor of aerospace engineering and director of Cornell's Laboratory of Plasma Studies, answers these questions.) ... University Research in Nuclear Power /24 ( K. Bingham Cady, associate professor of engineering physics, and Frank Feiner, visiting professor during the academic year 1967-68, discuss the ways in which universities can participate in research and development efforts to further the growth of nuclear power.) ... Register /32 ( Nephi A. Christensen and Wilbur E. Meserve, named professors emeritus by the Cornell Board of Trustees, are honored in this issue.) ... Faculty Publications /35 ... Editorial /40
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2251
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