transfer devices, showing that believing and applying such principles as the second law of thermodynamics can spare an engineer much frustration.
Professor London was awarded the ASME Heat Transfer Memorial Award in 1952, the ASME Gas Turbine Division Best Paper Award in 1964, its R. Tom Sawyer Award in 1977, and its James Harry Potter Award Gold Medal in 1980. He received the Max Jakob Memorial Award in 1984. He was inducted into the National Academy of Engineering in 1979 and into the Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame in 1990. His outstanding contributions to education, research, and professional services have not gone unnoticed.
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