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Teaching Tricks, Tips & Ideas: Heat of Biofuel Combustion - Shared screen with speaker view
Ken Walz
27:49
We used to burn marshmallows when I taught HS
Jennifer Clemons
34:21
How did you come up with the idea to use sand? Genius!
Ken Walz
37:13
Tremendous improvement over using cotton balls or candle wicks
Ken Walz
40:24
When we tried this with a cotton ball, we had to do it in the fume hood because it was so smoky
Kathleen Alfano
40:46
I see that you are wearing gloves. Do the students also wear gloves?
Tracy Bartels
43:28
Where did you get the Put Put Boats?
Kathleen Alfano
45:53
Love the put put boats!
christian jensen
46:38
Show the worksheet associated with the lab again,
christian jensen
47:39
Q=mc(delta)t for water, how is that balanced for heat of combustion for ethanol or biodiesel
Andrew McMahan
51:08
Have you ever used un-transesterified oil to compare the energy difference between oil and FAME? And maybe the oil won't ignite; which is also a teachable moment!
Kathleen Alfano
53:43
Glad students don’t need gloves. I wondered how you avoided melted gloves.
Andrew McMahan
58:21
An Appleseed processor!!! A blast from the past!!
christian jensen
01:02:33
outstanding webinar, diesel fuel today was $4.59 gallon so 200 gallons a year is close to one thousand dollar production per year, nice break even question for lab production facility/ future grant writing meathematics
Christopher E McNally
01:10:20
Thanks, Eric. Thanks, Ken and Gabrielle.
Andrew McMahan
01:10:26
This was great Eric. Nice work.
Gabrielle Temple
01:10:36
You bet!
joel shoemaker
01:10:36
Awesome. Thanks, Eric!
Jennifer Clemons
01:10:39
Thanks for the ideas! This is great!
Kathleen Alfano
01:10:43
Thanks Eric. Great presentation.
raj.desai
01:10:45
Thank Eric.
MS & HS Candice Van Allen KS
01:10:49
Thank you!