The Mathematics and Physics of Energy Conservation and Reduction of Consumer Energy Costs: How to Save Energy and Money at Home and on the Highway

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Universal Publishers, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 130 pages
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This book is about how to operate devices and appliances in your home and how to drive your motor vehicle so you will save energy and therefore, also save money. Don't just guess at how much money you will save. Find out for sure. With simple but correct physics and easy mathematics, you will see how to calculate how much money you will save--not just once, but every year. This book explains how it's done, gives you specific money-saving techniques, and shows you just how much money you will save.

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Veigele was in the Navy during World War II. After the war he served as a commanding officer in the Naval Reserve. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Colorado.

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