Engineers at Oregon State University develop technology they say dramatically reduces the loss of energy produced by vehicles, factories and power plants. The system captures low- to medium-grade waste heat now going out the vehicle’s exhaust pipe and uses much of the heat either for cooling or generating electricity. Hailei Wang, a research associate at OSU’s School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, says a just-completed prototype device demonstrates the ...
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