The January 11, 2010 meeting was the annual meeting of the Technical Society of Knoxville and the officers for 2010 were installed. Peter Scheffler chaired the installation ceremony.
The officers for the Technical Society for 2010 are
- President – Tim Moran
- First Vice President – Berny Ilgner
- Second Vice President – Ken Berry
- Director –
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- Director – Dick Berry
- Past President – Ely Driver
- Treasurer – Jean-Pierre Granju
- Secretary – Bob Scott
The January 2010 programs were interesting.
Dr. Alan Edwards, president of Pellissippi State Community College spoke of the economic effects of Pellissippi State and it’s place in
the community. The change in the school name- removing “Technical” from the name- does not reflect a change in emphasis on the technology programs.
David Bolt, the founder of Sustainable Future, LLC, an East Tennessee licensed solar contractor for both residential and commercial systems spoke on solar installations in the Knoxville area. His company specializes in solar thermal and photovoltaic technology, as well as thermal imaging. They installed the first residential grid-tied solar photovoltaic system within the city of Knoxville, and have installed solar photovoltaics and solar
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Jim Zonar, Director of Manufacturing Partnerships at Y-12 spoke on the modernization of the Y-12 facility. Many (all?) of the WWII buildings at Y-12 are in poor condition and have high maintenance costs. The Y-12 secure area is very large (over 100 acres) with commensurate manpower needed to maintain security. Work is underway to build new , more efficient, buildings and remove the outdated WWII buildings which were built in haste and without thought of how they would be used 65 years later. The secure area will be smaller but the building security will be better. People have been protesting the building of a new atomic bomb plant, but Y-12 uses similar procedures and much of the same building in dismantling atom bombs and in assembling new bombs. The need to dismantle old atom bombs will be with us for a long time and new facilities are needed and planned.