J. L. Radtke

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<para><b>Publication List</b> </para> <para><b>Plasma Physics and Nuclear Fusion:</b> </para> <para> 1. R.A. Breun, J.L. Radtke, G. Butz, D. Brouchous, J.R Conrad, L. Peranich, and H. Persing, <br> “Trapping and Pumping of Ions in the Thermal Barrier Region of Phaedrus-B, a Tandem Mirror”, <br> Conference Record, 1986 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, 5B4, May 19-21, 1986, <br> Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. </para> <para> 2. R.A Breun, L. Peranich, J.L. Radtke, G. Butz, D. Brouchous, J. Johnson, R. Majeski, H. Persing, <br> and E.Y. Wang, “Passive Pumping Observations in the Thermal Barrier Regions of Phaedrus-B”, <br> Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Vol. 31, No. 9, 1367-1668, October, 1986. </para> <para> 3. L. Peranich, R.A. Breun, D. Brouchous, G. Butz, J.R. Conrad, N. Hershkowitz, B. Nelson, and <br> J.L. Radtke, “Filling-in Rates in the Phaedrus-B Thermal Barriers”, Bulletin of the American <br> Physical Society, Vol. 31, No. 9, 1367-1668, October, 1986. </para> <para> 4. R.A. Breun, P. Brooker, J. Browning, D. Brouchous, G. Butz, J. Conrad, E. Dales, J. Ferron, R. <br> Goulding, N. Hershkowitz, T. Intrator, C. Litwin, R. Majeski, S. Meassick, B. Nelson, L. Peranich, <br> H. Persing, J.L. Radtke, D. Roberts, G. Severn, D. Sing, E.Y. Wang, D.A. D‘Ippolito, J.R. Myra, and <br> G.L. Francis, “Stabilization of MHD modes in an Axisymmetric Magnetic Mirror by Applied RF Waves <br> and Initial Results of Phaedrus-B”, 11th International Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled <br> Nuclear Fusion Research, Kyoto, Japan, November 13, 1986. </para> <para><b>Plasma Physics and Ion Implantation:</b> </para> <para> 5. F.J. Worzala, R.A. Dodd, J.R. Conrad, and J.L. Radtke, “Ion Implantation of Tools and <br> Punches–Laboratory Curiosity or Commercial Process?”, Proceedings of the International Conference <br> on Tool materials, Uddeholm Research Forum, Chicago, IL, September 28 – October 1, 1987. </para> <para> 6. J.R. Conrad, J.L. Radtke, R.A. Dodd, F.J. Worzala, “Sheath Physics and Materials Science <br> Results from Recent Plasma Source Ion Implantation Experiments”, Conference Record, IEEE <br> International Conference on Plasma Science, Arlington, VA, June 1-3, 1987. </para> <para> 7. J.R. Conrad, J.L. Radtke, R.A. Dodd, F.J. Worzala, and N.C. Tran, “Plasma Source Ion <br> Implantation Technique for Surface Modification of Materials’, Journal of Applied Physics (USA), <br> Vol. 62, No. 11, 4591-6, December 1, 1987. <a href=”http://jap.aip.org/resource/1/japiau/v62/i11/p4591_s1?isAuthorized=no”>http://jap.aip.org/resource/1/japiau/v62/i11/p4591_s1?isAuthorized=no</a&gt; </para> <para><b>Nuclear Instruments and X-Ray Crystallography:</b> </para> <para> 8. R. Ortega and J.L. Radtke, “Dead Time Considerations in X-Ray Diffraction Experiments for Area <br> and Single-point Detectors”, Proceedings of the American Chemical Association Conference, Seattle, <br> WA, July 24-28, 1989. </para> <para> 9. T. McNulty, J. Quigley, J.L. Radtke, A. Wauchope, “Wide Angle Scattering Measurements of Fiber <br> Orientation in Multiple Fiber Bundles and Single Filaments Using an Area Detector”, Proceedings of <br> the 38th Denver X-ray Conference, Denver, CO, July 31 – August 4, 1989. </para> <para>10. J.L. Radtke, “Radiation Scintillation Detector”, US Patent 4,956,556, issued September 11, 1990.</para> <para> 11. J.L. Radtke, “A Fast Scintillation Detector for Analytical X-Ray Instruments”, IEEE <br> Transactions on Nuclear Science, V. 37, No. 2, 129-133, 1990. <a href=”http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=106604″>http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=106604</a&gt; </para> <para> 12. J.L. Radtke and D.W. Beard, “A New Position Sensitive Detector for X-ray Diffractometry”, <br> Proceedings of the 41st Denver X-ray Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, August, 1992; also submitted <br> for publication in Advances in X-ray Analysis, V. 36, 1992. </para> <para><b>Transportation Physics and Technology:</b> </para> <para> 13. J.L. Radtke, “The Energetic Performance of Vehicles,” The Open Energy and Fuels Journal, V. 1, <br> No. 1, 11-18, 2008. <a href=”http://www.bentham.org/open/toefj/articles/V001/11TOEFJ.pdf”>http://www.bentham.org/open/toefj/articles/V001/11TOEFJ.pdf</a&gt; </para> <para> 14. J.L. Radtke, “Nanophosphate Batteries Create High-Energy Rechargeable Source,” Electronic <br> Design, V. 56, No. 15, 66-68, 2008. <a href=”http://electronicdesign.com/article/power/nanophosphate-batteries-create-high-energy-recharg.aspx”>http://electronicdesign.com/article/power/nanophosphate-batteries-create-high-energy-recharg.aspx</a&gt; <br></para> <para><br></para> <para>15. J. L. Radtke, “Self-propelled Wheel for Bicycles and Similar Vehicles,” US Patent 7,721,835, issued May 25, 2010. </para> <para><br></para> <para> 16. J. L. Radtke “How Green is Your Ride?” The Oil Drum, July, 2010 <a href=”http://www.theoildrum.com/node/6703″>http://www.theoildrum.com/node/6703</a&gt; </para> <para><br></para> <para>17. J. L. Radtke and H. T. Noeldner, “Self-propelled Wheel for Bicycles and Similar Vehicles,” US Patent 7,828,101, issued Nov. 9, 2010.</para> <para><b> <br></b> </para>

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