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Programs for August 2012

August 6, 2012 Dr. Terry Hazen of UTK Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, “Can Mother Nature Take a Punch: The Deepwater Horizon Incident”
Dr. Hazen’s area of specialty is environmental microbiology, especially as it relates to bioremediation, water quality and bioenergy. He recently led groundbreaking research about how the giant clouds of oil from the Deepwater Gulf spill seemed to disappear. His team identified oil-eating bacteria that proliferated below the ocean surface helping to break down and clean up the oil plume.
Dr. Hazen was named the tenth University of Tennessee-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair and serves as the Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology. The Governor’s Chair program, funded by the state of Tennessee and ORNL, attracts top scientists to enhance the unique research partnership that exists between the state’s flagship university and the nation’s largest multi-program laboratory.

On August 13, 2012 the speaker will be Dr. Boyce N. Driskell.He is Director and Research Professor at UT’s Archaeological Research Laboratory. He is a Registered Professional Archaeologist and a Certified ARPA Investigator.

His research interests include cultural resource management, lithic technology (including microscopic usewear analysis), basketry technology, Southeastern U.S. archaeology, Ohio Valley archaeology, and Near Eastern archaeology, primarily the Nile Valley.
He was the first to excavate Dust Cave, a Paleoindian archaeology site located in northern Alabama. It is in the Highland Rim in the limestone bluffs that overlook Coffee Slough, a tributary of the Tennessee River. The site was occupied during the Pleistocene and early Holocene eras. The cave was first discovered in 1984 . (I, Bob Scott, think Alabama is a site where prehistoric attitudes can still be found.)

The August 20, 2012 speaker will be Dr. J. Wesley Hines, Postelle Professor and Head of Nuclear Engineering, The University of Tennessee Nuclear Engineering Department.
In addition to teaching Nuclear Engineering classes, Dr. Hines teaches classes in Applied Artificial Intelligence to students from all departments in the college of engineering. He is involved in several research projects where he uses his experience in modeling and simulation, instrumentation and control, applied artificial intelligence, and surveillance & diagnostics in applying artificial intelligence methodologies to solve practical engineering problems. These problems include sensor calibration monitoring, fault

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On August 27, 2012 Ray Smith from BWY-12 will speak on the history of the Y-12 facility.
Ray Smith, Y-12 National Security Complex historian, has a passion for explaining the plant’s history and has been named Anderson County United Way Volunteer of the Year. He published a series of articles, printed in the Oak Ridge Observer, beginning in June 2007 and continuing into early March 2009. More recently as part of the series “Oak Ridge Treasure, National Resource” published by The Oak Ridger, he provided richly detailed stories about Y-12 evolving missions over the past 60 years.

 

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July 2012 TSK news

On July 9, 2012 the speaker was Dr. Chris Cox, professor and associate

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Dr. Cox discussed his work on sustainability. The University of Tennessee’s Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment (ISSE) seeks to promote the development of policies, technologies, and educational programs that cut across multiple disciplines, engage the university’s research faculty and staff, and grow in response to pressing environmental and security issues facing the state, the nation, and the globe. He reported on the work being done on sustainable houses- both in Norris and a portable house used for demonstrations. He is also involved with Tennessee yards and neighborhoods, rain gardens to retain water and conversion of biomass to fuel.

On July 16, The scheduled speaker, Dr. Anthony Buhl CEO of EnergX, LLC, was unable to attend and Ken Barry previewed a presentation on one of his environmental reclamation projects. It was an interesting project involving creating a natural stream from a channelized stream with some major constraints on what could be done.

On July 23, 2012 FIRST Regional Director
LaJean Robinson described how the Tennessee FIRST program was started and how it is a benefit to our educational system.
The FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition is an international high school robotics competition. Each year, teams of high school students compete to build robots. Teams are given a standard set of parts and the game details at the beginning of January and are given six weeks to construct a competitive robot, that can operate autonomously as well as when guided by wireless controls, to accomplish the game’s tasks.
The FIRST Robotics Competition involves teams of mentors (corporate employees, teachers, or college students) and high school students who collaborate to design and build a robot. This robot is designed to play a game, which is designed by FIRST and changes from year to year. This game is announced at a nationally simulcast kickoff event in January.
FIRST needs public support!

Teams are expected to solicit individuals, sponsors, and businesses for support in the form of donations of time, money, or skills. The average team has approximately 25 students, but participation has ranged from 4 to 100.

There is a need for local mentors.

Contact

Regional Director
LaJean Robinson
ljrobinsoniii@aol.com

On July 30 Ken Barry spoke about the history of Mars exploration and the Mars rover Curiosity which was scheduled to land on August 5, 2012. Ken did a very good job and he obviously has had a long term interest in Mars exploration. As I, Bob Scott , listened to the obstacles to be overcome in landing the rover , I thought the chance of success was

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Programs for July 2012

July 9, 2012 Chris Cox, professor and associate head in civil and environmental engineering at the University of Tennessee and director of the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment (ISSE) will speak. He is a participating researcher in the Bioenergy Science Center at Oak Ridge National Lab. He will discuss the work on sustainability that

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The University of Tennessee’s Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment (ISSE) seeks to promote the development of policies, technologies, and educational programs that cut across multiple disciplines, engage the university’s research faculty and staff, and grow in response to pressing environmental and security issues facing the state, the nation, and the globe.

July 16, The speaker will be Dr. Anthony Buhl CEO of EnergX, LLC.
He will speak about the Japanese Fukushima Daiichi Accidents and Their Impact on the Nuclear Industry (PDH).

Dr. Buhl is co-founder and CEO of EnergX, LLC, based in Oak Ridge, which provides solutions in hazardous and radioactive waste management, environmental services, and energy technology to the Department of Energy (DOE) and electric utilities.

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In 1985, he was elected a fellow of the American Nuclear Society for his contributions and expertise in safety, risk assessment and risk management.

Dr. Buhl was recently presented with the Nathan W. Dougherty Award which honors engineers whose accomplishments have enhanced the engineering profession and alumni whose activities have brought acclaim to the University of Tennessee.

July 23, 2012

A Chamber of Commerce representative will discuss FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and the need for public support for this program.
he FIRST Robotics Competition is an international high school robotics competition organized by FIRST . Each year, teams of high school students compete to build robots. Teams are given a standard set of parts and the game details at the beginning of January and are given six weeks to construct a competitive robot, that can operate autonomously as well as when guided by wireless controls, to accomplish the game’s tasks.
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eams are expected to solicit individuals, sponsors, and businesses for support in the form of donations of time, money, or skills. The average team has approximately 25 students, but participation has ranged from 4 to 100.

July 30, 2012.

The program will be about Mars rover Curiosity landing on the Red Planet August 6, 2012. Linda Kah and Jeffrey Moersch of the University of Tennessee have been participating in this mission that will search for potential habitats for life on Mars.

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June 2012 TSK news

June 4, 2012 Julie Childers,Vice-President of Engineering at Knoxville Utilities Board spoke about KUB’s Century II Water Asset Management Program.
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t was interesting to note that the value of the water lost was not great enough to justify the program and the major benefits will be in reduced maintenance and more capacity in soma areas in the future.

June 11,2012. Brent Wood and Michael Pannell of S&ME.Inc. Described two dam removal projects. We think of dams as permanent structures but on a geological time scale they are temporary. Catastrophic failure is an undesirable end for a dam so the removal of an existing dam should be carefully considered. The goal was to reproduce the conditions of a natural stream as compensation for loss of a natural stream at another location.

On June 18, 2012. Bill Marrison, President, Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority gave us a history of the McGhee Tyson airport. He discussed the reason for high fares from Knoxville – the market will bear them. An airport in OakRidge would serve nonscheduled airplanes and would be beneficial to the area.
he name “Mcghee Tyson” will not be changed because it would result in Tyson park reverting back to the family of McGhee Tyson.
As a child, I, Bob Scott, recall seeing an air show on Sutherland Avenue in Knoxville so, for me, the history of Knoxville’s airport was interesting).

On June 25, 2012 John Schwartz, PhD, PE, UTK Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering spoke on the topic “Use of Fish Functional Traits to Associate In-Stream Suspended Sediment Transport Metrics with Biological Impairment”.
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On June 13, 2012 Katherine Ferris Scott died at the age of 101. She was the mother of Bob Scott, current TSK secretary, and the last surviving child of Charles Ferris, founder of the Technical Society.

 

 
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Programs for June 2012

June 4, 2012 Julie Childers,Vice-President of Engineering at Knoxville Utilities Board will speak. Her title will be KUB’s Century II Water Asset Management Program.

In 2007, KUB began an emphasis on developing an asset management and life-cycle replacement program, which was named Century II, for its focus on a new century of providing utility service. Due to the success of the Pace10 program for wastewater, the asset management programs for the other 3 utilities, electric, gas, and water, would be based on the same formula. This presentation will focus on development of the Century II program for KUB’s

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educe the frequency of water line breaks, which cause traffic and neighborhood disruption, as well as water service interruptions.
educe the amount of water loss from KUB’s system, which will improve operational efficiency and meet new regulatory requirements.

June 11,2012. Brent Wood and Michael Pannell of S&ME.Inc. will speak. The topic will be “Two Approaches to Small Dam Removal”. We think of dams as permanent structures but on a geological time scale they are temporary. Catastrophic failure is an undesirable end for a dam so the removal of an existing dam should be carefully considered.

June 18, 2012. Bill Marrison, President, Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority will speak.

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ohn Schwartz joined the faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee in August 2003. He has a PhD in Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a MS in Fisheries Science (Water Resources) from Oregon State University, and a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri at Columbia. Professional experience includes the US Peace Corps, US Environmental Protection Agency (NPDES compliance), and private consulting in the State of Oregon as a licensed engineer. Dr. Schwartz is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, serving on the River Restoration Committee and the Urban Water Resources Research Council (UWRRC). He is Co-Chair of the UWRRC Urban Streams Standing Committee, and leading an effort to produce a guidance manual on assessment and monitoring of urban stream restoration projects.

 
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May 2012 TSK news

The speaker for the Technical Society of Knoxville meeting on May 7, 2012 was Alec D. Van Ryan; ARCADIS US.
The presentation title was “US EPA Redefines & Expands Environmental Justice Regulatory Measures”

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Alec D. Van Ryan is with ARCADIS and specializes in strategic issues management and litigation support.

The May14 meeting speaker was Greg Cole, Principal Investigator, GLORIAD.
He spoke about the Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development (GLORIAD).
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May 21 Steve Levy spoke about battery energy storage.
As Technical Director of the Tennessee Solar Energy Association, Mr. Levy is a technical consultant. Mr Levy is past Technical Director and Government Liaison for the Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI) in Knoxville, TN. Mr. Levy’s expertise is Megawatt Electronics. He is able to “see the big picture,” to know the direction
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Programs for May 2012

The speaker for the Technical Society of Knoxville meeting on May 7, 2012 will be Alec D. Van Ryan; ARCADIS US.

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Alec D. Van Ryan is with ARCADIS and specializes in strategic issues management and litigation support. He has more than 30 years experience in the planning and execution of strategic initiatives for high-profile environmental actions and cases. Although he lives south of Birmingham Alabama, his clients range from California to Washington DC. His background includes a tour as a war correspondent in Vietnam, a CBS news producer, press secretary to the Mayor of Louisville KY, spokesperson for the chemical corporations on Superfund sites, and serves on environmental justice panels for the American Bar Association. He also has extensive issues management experience in the power industry ranging from nuclear siting issues research in Tennessee to assistance to TVA in the ESA process for the development of the Red Hills Ecoplex in Mississippi.

May14 meeting the speaker will be Greg Cole, Principal Investigator, GLORIAD.

He will speak about the Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development (GLORIAD).

GLORIAD is built on a fiber-optic ring of networks around the northern hemisphere of the earth, providing scientists, educators and students with advanced networking tools that improve communications and data exchange, enabling active, daily collaboration on common problems. With GLORIAD, the scientific community can move unprecedented volumes of valuable data effortlessly, stream video and communicate through quality audio- and video-conferencing.

May 21 Steve Levy will talk on battery energy storage.

As Technical Director of the Tennessee Solar Energy Association, Mr. Levy is a technical consultant. Mr Levy is past Technical Director and Government Liaison for the Electrical Power Research Institute

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(EPRI) in Knoxville, TN. He also served as Chief of the Army Pulse Power Center and is one of the founders of the Electrical Power program used in the Strategic Defense Initiative, “Star Wars” program.

Mr. Levy’s expertise is Megawatt Electronics. He is the inventor of the “All-Electric Tank” concept for the U.S. Army and has consulted on all aspects of advanced technologies from idea creations to product acceptance; created teams to collaborate on joint projects; managed large programs that go beyond the limits of conventional technology;

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and submitted winning competitive bids. He is able to “see the big picture,” to know the direction in which technology needs to move.

May 28 no meeting.

 

 

 
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April 2012 TSK News

On April 2, Bruce Glanville spoke. Bruce is the best energy makeover expert for homeowners

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The April 9 speaker was George Korda. In his communications career George Korda has been a military journalist in Europe, a newspaper reporter in Florida, and a Tennesse campaign press secretary, public relations practitioner and spokesman for city and state governments. These roles have enabled him to see and work in the media and in politics from all vantage points. This experience is useful in his roles as political analyst for WATE-TV, Saturday morning talk show host for WNOX AM&FM and columnist for Knoxnews.com. Korda is president of Korda Communications, a Knoxville-based public relations and communications firm. It is always entertaining to hear George.

In watching debates George advised us to listen for three things:

1.” the fact of the matter” is a sign he has prepared for this question.

2.“ uh…..uh” means he is not prepared.

3. See if the answer fits the question.

The April 16 speaker was Matt Ledford, Soil Conservationist with the Knoxville Field Office of the Knox County Soil Conservation District.

The title of the presentation was “Principles of

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On April 23rd Berny Ilgner and his ARCADIS colleague Jeff Gillow presented the program. Their topic was “Characterization and Remediation of Metals in Groundwater Associated with Coal Combustion Products”.

Regulatory scrutiny of fly ash impoundments has increased related to potential impacts to groundwater. Metals in groundwater may be associated with fly ash disposal units or be naturally occurring. Environmental forensic approaches can be used to resolve this issue, including geochemical fingerprinting techniques. These techniques, combined with a risk-based strategy to evaluate cleanup, will identify groundwater conditions posing an unacceptable risk that may require remediation. Further, the quantification of natural mechanisms of attenuation due to hydraulic and geochemical processes will allow development of a technically-based solution to be developed for passive vs. active remediation.

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Berny Ilgner is a principal scientist with ARCADIS and is the immediate Past President of the Technical Society.

The meeting on April 30, 2012 had as a speaker Ahmet Turhan, Ph.D. ,Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Tennessee Knoxville. His title was “An Overview of Fuel Cell Technologies”.(PDH)

Ahmet Turhan received his BS in mechanical engineering from the Middle East Technical University Mechanical Engineering Department in 2003, his MS in 2005 and his PhD. in 2009 at Penn State for study of multi-phase flow and design of fuel cells in the Fuel Cell Dynamics and Diagnostics Laboratory (FCDDL) with Prof. Matthew M. Mench. His research areas include fuel cell component characterization, flow field design, and multi-phase flow in porous media. He is currently continuing his research studies as a Research Assistant Professor at University of Tennessee Knoxville.


 
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Programs for April 2012

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On April 23rd Berny Ilgner and his ARCADIS colleague Jeff Gillow will present the program.

The April 30 program will be announced later.

 
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March 2012 TSK News

On March 5, 2012 Harvey Abouelata and Dr. Sam Weaver, the President of Proton Power and inventor of the CHyP System, described a bioenergy technology from Proton Power, Inc called the CHyP System, (which stands for Cellulose to Hydrogen Power).

Any type of biomass material, from energy crops such as switchgrass to even common waste, is the feedstock for this system which will make biofuel.

On March 12 Tom Rogers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL told about the ORNL Carbon Fiber Initiative.

Tom is Director, Industrial and Economic Development Partnerships.

ORNL recently received a $35 million award from DOE to design, construct, and

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On March 19 Helen Rucker of TVA Natural Resources Plan described the proposed Natural Resource Plan, designed to enhance stewardship of public recreation facilities, water resources, wildlife and plants, and historic and cultural sites on TVA-managed reservoir lands.

With thousands of acres to look after, the Tennessee Valley Authority has now come up with a 20 year plan to manage all it’s resources.

TVA now wishes to have

Public engagement to educate and involve people and organizations in the shared stewardship responsibility for protecting and enhancing public lands.

March 26th: Susan Gawarecki. Spoke on the topic”The Importance of Public Participation in DOE Decisions”

Dr. Gawarecki is an environmental professional with 30 years of experience. Her immediate past employment was as Executive

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She described a number of organizations that citizens can be involved with:

ORSSAB

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PKP

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FFA ( with EPA)

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TSCA

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It was a very informative talk.

 
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