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Background Information

Employment History

University of Florida - Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Professor Physics

Florida State University

Teacher

UF

Associate Editor

ACTA Press

Affiliations

Graduate Research Professor Emeritus, College of Engineering
University of Florida , USA

Emeritus Graduate Research Professor
University of Florida

Education

M.S. Sankar

University of Florida

Ph.D.

graduate physics degree

California Technical Institute

Web References (26 Total References)


As a young physicist in the ...

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As a young physicist in the U.S. Air Force during WWII (in 1944 and 1945), Dr. Alex E. S. Green, Ph.D., former IFAORS Technical Advisor (deceased, 2014) designed specialized slide rules for military aircraft. Click the link provided above, to access Dr. Green's free online course on "How Slide Rules Won the War", which provides materials, reading lists, and video lectures on how slide rules operate, how to use them, and other related topics, enriched by his own experience using slide rules during his service as a USAF Operations Analyst in WWII.


ACTA Press Journals Editors Page

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Dr. Alex E. S. Green, aesgreen@ufl.eduDr. A. Grono, agrono@ely.pg.gda.plDr. T. Hammons, t.hammons@ieee.orgDr. J. Hasegawa, hasegawa@ee-si.eng.hokudai.ac.jp


Taksha Institute - Institute for Atmospheric Optics and Remote Sensing (IFAORS)

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Alex E. S. Green, Ph.D. (deceased, 2014) Graduate Research Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL [As a young physicist in the U.S. Air Force during WWII (in 1944 and 1945), Dr. Green designed specialized slide rules for military aircraft. Click here, to access Dr. Green's free online course on "How Slide Rules Won the War", which provides materials, reading lists, and video lectures on how slide rules operate, how to use them, and other related topics, enriched by his own experience using slide rules during his service as a USAF Operations Analyst in WWII.


The machine was invented by Dr. ...

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The machine was invented by Dr. Alex Green, a former University of Florida professor with an impressive background in everything from physics to advising the U.S. Military during World War II. Dr. Green said this technology is the culmination of all the work he's been doing since the Seventies, when he first realized the United States needed to look into alternative energy sources. Green said, "When I heard of a small scale micro-turban, I thought well then, I can do my own small scale utility and do it all by myself." The machine works by taking organic wastes such as sawdust, horse manure, sewage sludge, wood chips and other biomass and heating it indirectly without air or oxygen. As the machine completes its function, to pyrolyze-gasify the biomass, it creates a lot of energy during the conversion process and produces a bi-product called biochar. Green said, "In addition to getting the energy more cleanly, we get a charcoal.

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Dr. Green is confident that the GPG will make a big difference in the agricultural industry and will be a strong alternative to fossil fuel, all while helping the environment.


Bio-e-con - Is Biochar a Quick Fix for Global Warming?

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Alex Green, founder of Green Liquid and Gas Technologies in Gainesville, Fla., has patented a device called the Green Pyrolyzer Gasifier (GPG), which takes waste -- anything from regular garbage to sewage sludge -- and converts it to energy.

Green, who studied environmental problems for more than 40 years as a graduate research professor at the University of Florida, has recently become interested in biochar, a by-product of biowaste-to-energy pyrolysis, and is collaborating with leading soil scientists.

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