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  • IAC Proves Good for Business
    Student led program saves local businesses energy, cash
    by Karen Demski, staff writer
    November 10, 2003

     

    Zaid Sadoun, a 22-year-old mechanical engineering student at SF State on his 30th energy audit, passed a small machine at Morgan Advanced Ceramics that was making a loud hissing noise. That’s an air leak--a waste of compressed air and a waste of energy, he expertly pointed out. He had seen that kind of a problem before.Zaid works with other SF State engineering students for the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC), a program run in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy. The program helps students gain real-world experience by applying what they have learned at school in practical ways to help local businesses.
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IAC Proves Good for Business
Student led program saves local businesses energy, cash
by Karen Demski, staff writer
November 10, 2003

 

Zaid Sadoun, a 22-year-old mechanical engineering student at SF State on his 30th energy audit, passed a small machine at Morgan Advanced Ceramics that was making a loud hissing noise. That’s an air leak--a waste of compressed air and a waste of energy, he expertly pointed out. He had seen that kind of a problem before.Zaid works with other SF State engineering students for the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC), a program run in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy. The program helps students gain real-world experience by applying what they have learned at school in practical ways to help local businesses.
 

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