Monthly Archives: August 2018

Linde Praxair Merger Leaking Gas

The Linde-Praxair deal is suddenly up in the air again; Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer proposes bringing back the draft; and pondering the age of killer drones. Our Daily Briefing for August 6, 2018. Wolfgang Reitzle, one of Germany’s most recognizable corporate moguls … Continue reading

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Launch of Extended Life Plastic™ Detector for Radiation Portal Monitors

Saint-Gobain Crystals, a pioneer in radiation detection solutions for Homeland Security applications, has launched Extended Life Plastic™ detector for radiation portal monitor (RPM) applications. The brilliant Extended Life Plastic for gamma energy detection allows RPM systems to operate with low … Continue reading

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Forced Convection Heat Transfer To Boiling Helium In A Tube

This paper describes a study carried out to obtain the heat transfer characteristics of liquid helium l in a vertical tube under forced convection conditions. The test section was a straight stainless-steel tube with a length of 8.5 cm and … Continue reading

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The U.S. Bureau of Land Management Reschedules FY 2019 Crude Helium Auction

The US Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) FY 2019 Crude Helium Auction that was originally scheduled to take place on 18th July – but was postponed due to a lawsuit by Weil Group Resources – has been rescheduled to take … Continue reading

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