The
new engineering

Dear
Reader,

This website includes my papers and books about a new science of
engineering that is conceptually and mathematically much simpler than
conventional engineering.

The new engineering is conceptually simpler because it *abandons* concepts that are ratios of
primary parameters—concepts such as:

·
“modulus”, the
ratio of stress to strain.

·
“electrical
resistance”, the ratio of electromotive force to electric current.

·
“heat transfer
coefficient”, the ratio of heat flux to boundary layer temperature difference.

The new engineering is mathematically simpler because, if these
ratios are abandoned, problems can be solved with the primary variables kept *separate*, greatly simplifying the
solution of problems that concern nonlinear behavior. (Just as in mathematics, x and y are kept *separate* in order to greatly simplify
the solution of problems that concern nonlinear behavior.)

Note that, if modulus is used in the solution of a stress/strain
problem, it is *impossible* to keep
stress and strain separate because both stress and strain are implicit in
“modulus”.

In the new engineering, “modulus” is *never *used. Stress/strain
problems are *always* solved with
stress and strain kept *separate. S*imilarly for “electrical resistance”,
“heat transfer coefficient”, etc.

When concepts such as “modulus” and “electrical resistance” are
abandoned, laws such as Young’s law and Ohm’s law serve no purpose, and are
also abandoned.

The monograph entitled *Why** laws such as Young’s law and Ohm’s law should be
abandoned, and the laws that should replace them* is
an overview of the new engineering and its application. The monograph includes example problems that
demonstrate how to apply the new engineering laws to proportional and nonlinear
static problems in stress/strain engineering, electrical engineering, and heat
transfer engineering. The solution of
both static and dynamic problems is demonstrated in *The
New Engineering*.

**Everything
on this website can be downloaded for personal use without charge, including
the book entitled The New Engineering.**

Hardback copies of *The New
Engineering* can be obtained by sending $39.95 (or equivalent) to Ventuno Press, 1094 Sixth Lane N., Naples, FL 34102.
Hardback copies can also be obtained at book stores (ISBN
0-9626220-2-8).

Eugene
F. Adiutori

Updated
on September 6, 2015

**Copyright ****Ó**** 2015 by Eugene F. Adiutori**

**All material on this
website may be downloaded and printed for personal use, but may not be sold,
reproduced by any means, or republished, without the written permission of the
copyright owner.**

1. Modern engineering—the
brainchild of Joseph Fourier (1822).

3. Book entitled *The New
Engineering:*

*a. *Downloadable copy of *The
New Engineering*.

b. Narrative on writing and
marketing *The New Engineering*.

c. Reviews

4. Book entitled* The New Heat Transfer *

a. Narrative on writing and
marketing *The New Heat Transfer*.

b. Downloadable copies of the
first (1974) and second (1989) editions.

c. Libraries that have loan
copies.

d. Reviews of the first edition.

e. Reviews of the second edition.

5. The Russian edition of *The
New Heat Transfer* (published by Mir, Moscow in 1977).

a. Narrative on the Russian
edition of *The New Heat Transfer*.

b. Downloadable copy of the
Russian edition.

7. Published letters and errata
that concern my work.

9. Talks I was invited to give at AIChE
and ASME dinner meetings.

10.
My patents.

11.
Timeline

12.
Narratives:

c. My 1964 paper that was
accepted for publication in the *AIChE**
Journal* (but never published there), and the amazing view expressed by
Professor Rohsenow. (The paper was published in ** 1994** in the