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Riadh Habash

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University of Ottawa

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451 Smyth Rd. Room 2033

Ottawa, Ontario,K1H 8M5

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Summary of commercial devices

panacea-bocaf.org [cached]

In early 2008, Thane was given access to equipment to demonstrate his news discovery by professor Riadh Habash of the University of Ottawa, who says of it, "It accelerates, but when it comes to an explanation, there is no backing theory for it.


In This Town We Obey the Laws of Thermodynamics - The Ottawa Skeptics

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Heins' academic host, Professor Habash of the U of O, has informed me by email that to date no such torque measurements have been attempted.
Riadh Habash, professor in the electrical engineering department at the University of Ottawa had provided Heins with lab space, and assigned 5 4th year engineering students to assist him. Dr Habash was unavailable to accompany Heins on the NASA demo.


Clean Break » wind

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Riadh Habash, professor of technology and engineering at the University of Ottawa, says his team decided three years to apply the same approach to wind turbines and are encouraged so far with the results - so much so that they're busy building a second prototype that will be mounted next summer atop a building on the Ottawa U campus.
Habash says an added, but just as important, benefit is that the design is also quieter. "Our target market for now is small wind turbines," says Habash, who leads the team. Tags: contra-rotating small wind energy converter, Riadh Habash, University of Ottawa


Clean Break | Green Living

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Riadh Habash, professor of technology and engineering at the University of Ottawa, says his team decided three years to apply the same approach to wind turbines and are encouraged so far with the results - so much so that they're busy building a second prototype that will be mounted next summer atop a building on the Ottawa U campus.
Habash says an added, but just as important, benefit is that the design is also quieter. "Our target market for now is small wind turbines," says Habash, who leads the team.


In This Town We Obey the Laws of Thermodynamics – The Ottawa Skeptics

www.ottawaskeptics.org [cached]

Heins' academic host, Professor Habash of the U of O, has informed me by email that to date no such torque measurements have been attempted.
Riadh Habash, professor in the electrical engineering department at the University of Ottawa had provided Heins with lab space, and assigned 5 4th year engineering students to assist him. Dr Habash was unavailable to accompany Heins on the NASA demo.


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