The new engineering
I conceived the new engineering in 1963.
“New Theory of Thermal Stability in Boiling Systems” (Nucleonics, May, 1964) was the first article on the new engineering.
The New Heat Transfer (Ventuno Press, 1974) was the first book on the new engineering. (Russian translation was published by Mir, Moscow, in 1977.)
The New Engineering (Ventuno Press, 2002) was the first book that addressed the full scope of the new engineering.
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The conception, development, and promotion of the new engineering have been my lifework. I have generally been publicly ignored, and privately portrayed as a crackpot. I have met with stubborn resistance at almost every turn, and have occasionally been the victim of dirty tricks. Nothing discourages me.
I am confident that the new engineering will globally replace conventional engineering. In 1963, I naively and erroneously thought the world in general, and academia in particular, would welcome the new engineering because it is so much better and simpler than modern engineering. And because I was only 30 years old, I thought I would live to see the new engineering globally accepted. I have for some time realized that I will be in my grave long before that happens.
Eugene F. Adiutori
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5. Book entitled The New Engineering:
6. Book entitled The New Heat Transfer
7. The Russian edition of The New Heat Transfer (published by Mir, Moscow in 1977).
12. My patents.
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.)
f. How my experimental work on heat transfer to boiling liquid metals resulted in the new engineering.
g. Experiences while working at GE, and why I resigned in disgust in 1963.
h. Contentious correspondence with Professor Sparrow relating to the acceptance by ASME of ads for The New Heat Transfer.
i. Experiences while working as a consultant to a subsidiary of Babcock and Wilcox.
j. Experiences working as a job shopper.
k. My lectures at the University of Mexico, and at a Pemex refinery in Tampico, Mexico
l. My quixotic trip to Washington, D.C., and the parking ticket I got at the Pentagon.
m. Correspondence with Professor Harding Bliss of Yale University
n. Correspondence with Professor Charles F. Bonilla of Columbia University
15. My views on matters that concern engineering:
c. Peer review
d. Proper role of journal editors
e. Proposed method of administering Journals.
16. Anecdotes about my heroes.