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February 06, 2005

Second Day

Toole and Lee

Many thanks for your help in introducing me to the Blog and E-Portfolio.

Since year 2000, I have already written 4 log-books. This is a part of my engineering life. Scratch anything what I have found in my daily life, whether it is a few sketches, data, hand-calculation of details design or minutes of meeting.

Smartphone is something else but more on personal matter. It is alternative way to remind me for the next appoitment electronically.

Now, the blog come to my life. It'll make my life busier. Tighting me to the new task, organising and recording something. However, I believe this is the way to improve my English.

When I came into this country 6 years ago, I only know three words-YES, NO and ALRIGHT. Today, there are some improvement but still at the level of primary school English. Even my daugther can speak better than me.

I hope through writing on blog, I can practise to use the written English properly.

Humbly request to the reader, let me know if you find some mistakes in my written. Please write it on the form by clicking comment button.

February 05, 2005

My Blog

Today is my first time in creating My Blog through the Warwick University server.


What am I doing at OEL's lab.

I'll write later-on

Heat Transfer

This is the heat transfer entry

I would like to eloborate a bit more about my recent experiment on the automotive engine.
Let see the above image. The colour contours show the temperature distribution on the experimental cylinder head of the Toyota Previa 2.4L Petrol engine
The Optical Engineering Laboratory at Warwick University is well known in the eyes of worldwide aerospace and automotive industries

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