Nuclear Radioisotope Gauges : An idea that changed the automobile industry

Nuclear Radioisotope Gauges : An idea that changed the automobile industry


Paul Leonard Newman was an American actor, film director, entrepreneur,
professional racing driver and team owner. Years after his introduction to
racing, Paul would learn that the engines of his youth were highly inefficient, and
as any race fan can verify, they surely didn’t last very long.
The blow by around the pistons not only polluted the atmosphere; it substantially
reduced the usable power transmitted to the wheels. Through a specially new
technology, it become possible to increase the efficiency of these devices
substantially and to build engines with a power-to-weight ratio unheard of
before.
In addition the wear of parts could be monitored without removing engines. Given
this technology, Paul, his Champ Car crews and drivers have been mesmerizing millions
of fans worldwide with performance and endurance previously thought to be
impossible. What is this marvelous new technology? Radioisotope gauges.
An idea that changed the automobile industry.
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