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Kendra Kuhar

Digital Marketing Manager

Location icon United States

Kendra Kuhar has experience writing compelling copy and creating content for non-profit science museums, aviation companies, and the petroleum industry.

Kendra lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her love of science dates back to college where she conducted research in biology by studying small mammals while pursuing a degree in English.

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Ingredi
Glycerin, Moon OU USP/FCC | 2800 lbs Tote

Ingredi Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% USP is also known as Vegetable Glycerin. It is packaged in a Kosher Certified facility and is manufactured by P&G Chemical and packaged in 2,800-pound totes (Aprox. 275 gal.). Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% or Vegetable Glycerin is used in the baking and brewing industry.

Aviation Oil Outlet
12/18/2017
Here's Why Aircraft Tires Don't Pop When Landing

Posted by Kendra Kuhar on Landing a commercial aircraft smoothly can be challenging. Factors such as how experienced the pilot is and whether there are crosswinds can make or break a landing. If the pilot isn't highly experienced and there are crosswinds on a short landing, the passengers may be uneasy as soon as the wheels touch down.

Petroleum Service Company
Automotive Aerodynamics

In today's world, automotive aerodynamics and efficiency are a priority. The gas mileage a car gets is also a key selling point for people who are car shopping. Automotive aerodynamics requires designers and engineers to ensure the car encounters the least possible amount of resistance. Ideally, they would save fuel while increasing speed.

Aviation Oil Outlet
09/13/2017
Hurricane Hunters: Weathering the Storm for Data

Posted by Kendra Kuhar on In the wake of hurricane season, you may have heard of the "Hurricane Hunters" and wondered, why anyone would go towards a hurricane rather than away from it? Well, there's good reason pilots fly into the eye of the storm--to collect accessible data for public officials.

Aviation Oil Outlet
07/26/2017
G-Forces: A Matter of Acceleration

Posted by Kendra Kuhar on If you've ever ridden a roller coaster, you may have felt a sense of weightlessness followed by abrupt heaviness. Going over bumps, through corkscrews, and around loops nearing a speed of 100 mph contributes to all those sensations-it's also why you may feel a little queasy after getting off the ride.

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