Monday, October 5, 2009

When you burn a gallon of gas in an internal combustion engine ....

“When you burn a gallon of gas in an internal combustion engine, about two-thirds of the energy produced in that process is lost as heat either through the exhaust system or through the radiator,”

- Donald Morelli, professor of chemical engineering and materials science and head of the center - Michigan State University’s College of Engineering

Michigan State University’s College of Engineering recently received three grants totalling $141.5 million for various alternative energy projects.

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