Bala Chandran's research into evaluating particle-suspension reactor designs for Z-scheme solar water splitting via transport and kinetic modeling garners some attention in the January 2018 edition of Energy and Environmental Science where it's featured on the journal's inside front cover.
As you stretch gold into a strand one atom thick, an expressway for heat opens up. It's called a quantum of thermal conductance and Michigan Engineers just observed this phenomenon for the first time at room temperature.
They report their results in a paper published online in the journal Science today.
BY BRANDON PATTERSON AND MARC T. HENRY DE FRAHAN
BY NICOLE CASAL MOORE
Investigating the Targets for the U.S. Light Duty Vehicles’ Fuel Efficiency and Greenhouse Emissions
BY AMY MAST
A multidisciplinary University of Michigan research group exploring more efficient materials for hydrogen fuel cells has been awarded a $1.2 million Department of Energy (DOE) grant aimed at isolating and developing “best-in-class” hydrogen storage technology.
Jianping Fu (left), Katsuo Kurabayashi (right)