Engineering

Compensating for grid fluctuations with bivalent furnaces

Due to the high energy consumption of melting and holding furnaces, the price of the energy source used represents a significant cost factor in the production of castings. The price of electricity fluctuates significantly ...

Engineering

Fast X: Why cars don't really explode when they crash

Exploding cars may be entertaining to watch in action films. But cars erupting into fireballs when they crash or tumble down a mountainside is one of the most common and scientifically preposterous movie tropes.

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