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Alberto A. Boretti

Associate Professor of Engineering

University of Ballarat

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University of Ballarat

P.O. Box 663

Ballarat, Victoria,3353

Australia

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Background Information

Employment History

Missouri S&T


Research Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Federation University Australia


Professor

Mechanical Engineering Publ Ltd


Affiliations

FIAT

Representative


Education

A.A.


M. Sc.

Mechanical Engineering


PhD

University of Florence , Italy


Web References(13 Total References)


Dr. Nils Axel Morner - Sea Level Basics - It's Rainmaking Time!® - It's Rainmaking Time!®

itsrainmakingtime.com [cached]

With a colleague, Dr Alberto Boretti from the Ballarat Uni, we have been peer reviewed.
OK'd by them but not accepted by the editors. Co-Author with Dr Alberto Boretti of the University of Ballarat: 'Is New Zealand Globally Warming?' ,(2011) by InderScience Publishers, and 'The Increditable Truth, Oceans are not Accelerating in Australia or in the World', by Energy & Environmental Publishers (2012) and a financial nominee of "Worldwide Who's Who"


www.abc.net.au

Alberto Boretti, Associate Professor of Engineering at the University of Ballarat's School of Science and Engineering in Ballarat, Australia, has a problem with recent pronouncements of the Australian government, which is providing information to the country's citizens.
In completing his analysis, Boretti thus concludes, quite logically, that the "rise of sea level in the bay of Sydney by 2100 is therefore more likely less than the 50 mm measured so far over the last 100 years, rather than the meter [1000 mm] predicted by some models," the latter of which would appear to be the source of "inspiration" for the Australian government's pronouncements. Boretti, A. 2012.


Rio – 50,000 people flock to a flop – but that is success in its own right « JoNova

joannenova.com.au [cached]

One such victim of Australia's attack on science is Professor Alberto Boretti, Assoc.
Professor at the University of Ballarat, School of Science & Engineering. Dr. Boretti, a computational expert, has struggled for two years trying to get mainstream journals to publish his damning study proving government scientists have been falsifying sea level rises around the coasts of Australia. He found, "The measured rate of rise of sea levels is not increasing and climate models should be revised to match the experimental evidence."........ http://johnosullivan.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/australian-government-to-ban-free-scientific-inquiry-on-the-internet/


www.dbkeng.ca

For Alberto Boretti, University of Ballarat, Australia, the cursing is directed at the brakes themselves.
The energy they use to slow his vehicle, or anyone else's, is gone, never to be recovered-a source of endless frustration. There's no good reason why it shouldn't be otherwise. "A simple mechanical device that all the kids love in their toy cars is still not applied in production vehicles because of the lack of funding," says Boretti, who spent 20 years in the automotive industry before joining the faculty at the University of Ballarat as a professor of engineering. To help prove that such a move would be a good idea, Boretti ran a simulation of a car with a flywheel KERS. In a paper he published in the International Journal of Vehicle Design, he showed that fuel consumption would be reduced by 25-33% for a typical sedan and 20% for a diesel-powered engine. In addition to this potential simplification, Boretti's virtual design also used a vacuum pump, where other flywheels do their rotation in a sealed vacuum. It's quite frustrating," says Boretti.


www.afr.com

One of those is Alberto Boretti, who is both an associate professor of engineering at the University of Ballarat and a research professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the United States.
In a paper to be published in the journal Coastal Engineering, "Is there any support in the long-term gauge data to the claims that parts of Sydney will be swamped by rising sea levels?", he identifies only a tiny sea level increase for tide gauges around Australia. Boretti also stated in the paper that the data "does not show any sign of accelerating sea level rises at the present time".


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