Not Disney World but CORROSION conference and exhibit 2013 presented by NACE International, attracted more than 6,000 attendees and corrosion experts in Orlando, Florida in March 2013. Dr.Sreya Dutta presented Dynalene’s ongoing research and development of inhibitor package for molten chloride salts. Her oral presentation was titled, “Understanding Corrosion and its Inhibition in Chloride Based
Dynalene presents at the 2012 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Houston, TX
Kevin Coscia traveled down to Houston to present at the 2012 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition. Dynalene collaborated with Lehigh University to develop computational algorithms to predict properties of molten salt heat transfer fluids for solar thermal storage and high temperature applications. Kevin presented the paper titled “Analytical Modeling and Experimental Measurements of
In fall 2012, Dynalene’s Business Development Manager D. Patrick McMullen along with Dr. Sreya Dutta attended the Fuel Cell Seminar and Exposition 2012 at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT. They presented a poster on their paper titled “Materials Compatibility and Corrosion in Glycol-Based Fuel Cell Coolants for Automotive Applications”. Their paper focused on the company’s current
Dynalene Inc., a leading provider of high performance heat transfer fluids and laboratory services, is proud to report yet another successful application. Recently, a world class mining company began construction of their latest potash mine in Saskatchewan. They incorporated the help of experts in ground freezing to provide the most effective method of ground freezing
Dr. Sreya Dutta, Materials/Corrosion Scientist at Dynalene, attended a week long short course “Corrosion: Fundamentals and Experimental Methods” in June 2012 at Penn State. Taught by Dr. Barbara Shaw, Dr. Jerry Frankel and Dr. Rudy Buchheit, the classes and laboratories focused on fundamentals of corrosion and various electrochemical techniques.
This year Dynalene, Inc. displayed for the second time in three years at the Solar Power International 2011 in Dallas, TX. What made this year exciting for Dynalene, Inc. was the unveiling of our new booth, logo, and our line of solar thermal heat transfer fluids such as Solar Glycol-XT, BioGlycol, GeoGlycol, and molten salts,