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          TAKING MEASURE BLOG: In Pursuit of Plasma Power: Hot Stuff, Snowstorms, and Starry Skies

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          Do we really need hot stuff? I’m not talking about?Donna Summer’s disco hit of 1979?or global warming. I’m not talking about anything so lukewarm as the surface of our sun—a mere?6,000 kelvins. I don’t even mean something as hot as?1,000,000 kelvins. No, the kind of hot stuff I’m talking about is closer to an unimaginable?200,000,000 kelvins! What possible use could we have for something so hot?

          It should be of no surprise to anyone that we have an insatiable appetite for energy, and that appetite is only going to grow. But how are we going to feed this need for energy??Continue reading Yuri Ralchenko's blog post.

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          Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities

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          James J. McCarthy, Otis Alexander, Sallie Edwards, Don Faatz, Chris Peloquin, Susan Symington, Andre Thibault, John Wiltberger, Karen Viani
          Through direct dialogue between NCCoE staff and members of the energy sector (comprised mainly of electric power companies and those who provide equipment and

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          The NIST Data Alignment Tool

          The Data Alignment Tool (DAT) was built to assist with the analysis of data used in testing fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) tools and building

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          The Jacob Rabinow Applied Research Award, first presented in 1975, is granted for outstanding achievements in the practical application of...

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          The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society, has elected Cedric Powell of...
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