The new engineering


Dear Reader,


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


Hardback copies of the third edition of The New Engineering can be obtained by sending $49.95 (within the USA) or $69.95 (international) to Ventuno Press, 1094 Sixth Lane N., Naples, FL  34102. 


Eugene F. Adiutori



Updated on November 21, 2017


Copyright ã 2017 by Eugene F. Adiutori

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


Table of Contents


1.       Click here for an 18-minute YouTube video about the new engineering


2.    Book entitled The New Engineering.                 


a.     Review of the first edition published in 2002.  (Review was published in Chemical Engineering and Technology 25, (2002) 10). 


b.     Downloadable copy of the third edition published in 2017.  


3.    Book entitled The New Heat Transfer.                 


a.     Narrative on writing and marketing The New Heat Transfer


b.     Downloadable copy of the first edition published in 1974.  


c.     Reviews.


d.       Reader comments


4.     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.


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


6.      Published papers


7.      Published letters and errata that concern the new engineering.


8.      Papers I presented at engineering conferences, none of which was deemed good enough to warrant publication in an American Journal.


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


10.  My patents.


11.   Narratives:


     a.  Debunking the myth that Newton conceived the heat transfer coefficient and the equation inappropriately referred to as “Newton’s law of cooling “ in most American heat transfer texts.


     b.  The storm of protest against “New Theory of Thermal Stability in Boiling Systems” published in Nucleonics in May of 1964, and my response.


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 International Journal of the Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineering.  It was just as timely and important in 1994 as it had been in 1964.)


d.     The lecture Professor Graham B. Wallis invited me to give in 1965, and the errors and lack of attribution in his publications on thermal stability.


e.     My futile efforts to publish “A Transformed Moody Chart That Is Read Without Iterating”, including the mind-boggling rejection by the Editor of the ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering.