Developing a clean green driving machine virtual research nets real results

Feb 25, 2002

When Dr. Bassem H. Ramadan, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, goes deep inside an engine, his hands never leave his computer keyboard.

When Dr. Bassem H. Ramadan, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, goes deep inside an engine, his hands never leave his computer keyboard.

Dr. Atkinson and Dr. Hoff receive prestigious Teetor Award at 2002 SAE World Congress

Feb 22, 2002

Dr. Patrick Atkinson, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Dr. Craig Hoff, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering will receive the Ralph R. Teetor Award at the 2002 Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress in Detroit, March 4 through 7.

Dr. Patrick Atkinson, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Dr. Craig Hoff, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering will receive the Ralph R. Teetor Award at the 2002 Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress in Detroit, March 4 through 7.

Kettering researcher studies how automobiles and other devices can be powered by fuel cells - which are efficient and don't pollute the environment

Mar 11, 2002

Dr. Etim Ubong dreams of finding an alternative fuel for automobiles and other man-made machines.

Dr. Etim Ubong dreams of finding an alternative fuel for automobiles and other man-made machines.

Kettering wins SAE's 2002 Clean Snowmobile Challenge

Apr 12, 2002

Kettering's snowmobile team has brought home four trophies and more than $10,000 in prize money from the Society of Automotive Engineer's (SAE) 2002 Clean Snowmobile Challenge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Kettering's snowmobile team has brought home four trophies and more than $10,000 in prize money from the Society of Automotive Engineer's (SAE) 2002 Clean Snowmobile Challenge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Chair to focus on applied research initiatives

Aug 23, 2002

Kettering University has named K. Joel Berry, P.E., professor of Mechanical Engineering and department head, to the Eugene W. Kettering Chair of Power Engineering.

Kettering University has named K. Joel Berry, P.E., professor of Mechanical Engineering and department head, to the Eugene W. Kettering Chair of Power Engineering.

Fuel cell center at Kettering begins road to reality

Aug 8, 2002

Like ordinary American citizens, researchers at Kettering University have cast a weary eye at sources of foreign oil due to the volatile conditions our economy experiences with increases in gas prices.

Like ordinary American citizens, researchers at Kettering University have cast a weary eye at sources of foreign oil due to the volatile conditions our economy experiences with increases in gas prices.

ME student wins national motorcycle championship

Nov 8, 2002

Kettering Mechanical Engineering student Andy Weiss had no idea his co-op experience at Delphi Corporation would eventually lead to a national motorcycle championship this past October. But it did.

Kettering Mechanical Engineering student Andy Weiss had no idea his co-op experience at Delphi Corporation would eventually lead to a national motorcycle championship this past October. But it did.

No NOx: water and fuel mix well

Dec 2, 2002

Kettering University fired up a SR30 gas turbine jet engine last week looking for better emissions from commercial jet engines.

Kettering University fired up a SR30 gas turbine jet engine last week looking for better emissions from commercial jet engines.

$876,000 strengthens tooling and manufacturing

Jan 7, 2003

An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.

An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.

$100,000 fuel cell funds

Jun 2, 2003

Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

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