Technology that reduces the frictional losses of engines by redirecting exhaust heat and increasing heat transfer into the engine oil is the top winner at the 2011 Australian automotive engineering excellence awards in Melbourne. The Society of Automotive Engineers-Australasia names Frank Will, senior lecturer at Deakin University, the gold medal winner for his Over7 waste-heat recovery system. Because the system greatly reduces warm-up time, it cuts engine wear by more than 96%. SAE-A ...
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