The
new engineering

Dear
Reader,

In
1963, I conceived a new engineering science 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), etc.

The
new engineering is mathematically simpler because ratios of primary parameters
make it *impossible *to solve problems
with the primary variables separated.
The abandonment of such ratios makes it possible to solve problems with
the primary variables separated, greatly simplifying the solution of problems
that concern nonlinear behavior.

Note
that, when modulus is used in the solution of a stress/strain problem, it is *impossible* to keep stress and strain
separated 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 *separated. *And similarly 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 dynamic problems is
demonstrated in *The New Engineering.*

This site includes my papers and books
that describe the new engineering, and demonstrate its application to various
branches of engineering. Also included
are narratives that relate my attempts to promote the global acceptance of the
new engineering.

Eugene
F. Adiutori

**My e-mail address is efadiutori@aol.com.**

Copyright Ó 2015 by Eugene F. Adiutori

**All material on this
website may be downloaded and printed out, 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