Papers published here are by CSSE Members and need not be of an engineering topic but should be of interest to other members of CSSE and the public.
Papers can be submitted by the members or the Branch to the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBMITTED BY CSSE MEMBERS
By Guy Van Uytven, P.Eng., FCSSE
WHY NUCLEAR ENERGY IS ESSENTIAL TO REDUCE ANTHROPOGENIC GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION RATES
CSSE member Dan Menely and 5 others have prepared a paper on the many ways nuclear energy can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Download the complete paper.
50 YEARS OF NUCLEAR – ELECTRIC POWER IN CANADA: TWO INCOMPARABLE FRIENDS AND THE MCMASTER CONNECTION
Presented at McMaster University October 3, 2012
By Jon Jennekens
THE COUNCIL OF PROFESSIONALS
By Ed Davies P.Eng.
PERSONS WHO PERSEVERED and Personal Perspectives
about the World of 2012
Presentation to the UOIT Branch of the CNS, March 21, 2012
By Jon Jennekens
ENERGY COMPASS 2020
A Recommended Canadian Energy Decision Framework
By the Canadian Society for Senior Engineers
SUBMISSIONS TO THE UOIT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF ONTARIO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (UOIT) LIBRARY
Evidence of engineering done in Canada in years past is recorded principally through printed or spoken words and photographs and through buildings and other structures, preserved machinery and components. The historical writings, artifacts etc. relating to past engineering activities are important as a guide to what actually happened as well as to lessons that can be learned for future application.
Buildings and other structures remain in place. Machinery and component artifacts are usually found in museum collections. Sources of printed, spoken and photographic records belonging to engineering companies, societies and individuals, are to be found in books or preserved in their original form in a formal archive. Early archival material on the activities and members of Engineering Institute of Canada, for example, is preserved and is available for research at Library and Archives Canada, and more recent material at the Library of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Several of the EIC Societies have also placed material at UOIT. Indeed, the present collection there is intended to become the principal depository for primary archival material for Canadian engineering.
The UOIT Library has recently begun to accept the personal professional papers of individual engineers, who are encouraged to take advantage of this generous offer. Contact may be made with UOIT & Durham College Library at 2000 N. Simcoe St., Oshawa, Ontario L1H 7K4; tel. (905) 721-8668-ext 2348; fax (905) 721-3029 or by contacting the Archivist (Brenda.Jackson@uoit.ca).
A fuller note on the EIC’s archives has been included in the History Section of the EIC website (www.eic-ici.ca) under Article 25.