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44 documents, page 1 of 5

Modelling and behaviour of cylindrical shell structures with helical features

Sadowski, AJ; Rotter, JM (2014)
23.06.14 KB. Ok to add accepted version, Elsevier says ok while mandate not enforced.

CCS from industrial sources

Fennell, PS; Florin, N; Napp, T; Hills, T (2012)
31.01.14 KB. Ok to add published version to spiral, OA paper

From passive tool holders to microsurgeons: safer, smaller, smarter surgical robots

Bergeles, C; Yang, G-Z (2014)
16.04.14 KB. Ok to add accepted version to spiral, IEEE policy

Investigating stable chest pain of suspected cardiac origin

O'Regan, DP; Harden, SP; Cook, SA (2013)
21.08.13 KB. Ok to add published version to Spiral, BMJ OA journal.

Reactive Adsorption of Ammonia on Cu-Based MOF/Graphene Composites

Petit, C; Mendoza, B; Bandosz, TJ (2010)
New composites based on HKUST-1 and graphene layers are tested for ammonia adsorption at room temperature in both dry and moist conditions. The materials are characterized by X-ray diffraction, FT-IR spectroscopy, adsorption of nitrogen, and thermal analyses. Unlike other MOF/GO composites reported in previous studies, these materials are water-stable. Ammonia adsorption capacities on the composites are higher than the ones calculated for the physical mixture of components, suggesting the pre...

Coping with Open Innovation: Responding to the Challenges of External Engagement in R&D

Salter, A; Criscuolo, P; Ter Wal, ALJ (2014)
11/03/14 meb.Publisher PDF version OK to add.

Alkyl side-chain branching point effects in thieno[3,4- ]pyrrole-4,6-dione copolymers

Rumer, JW; Hor, CKL; Meager, I; Yau, CP; Huang, Z; Nielsen, CB; Watkins, SE; Bronstein, H; McCulloch, I (2013)
04.08.14 KB. Ok to add published version to spiral, OA paper

Modes in silver-iodide-lined hollow metallic waveguides mapped by terahertz near-field time-domain microscopy

Navarro-Cia, M; Bledt, CM; Vitiello, MS; Beere, HE; Ritchie, DA; Harrington, JA; Mitrofanov, O (2013)
05.08.13 KB. Ok to add published version to Spiral. OSA policy Thin dielectric layers inside hollow metallic waveguides are used to improve the waveguide transmission characteristics as the dominant waveguide mode changes into the hybrid HE11 mode. We investigate the effect of 1 ?m thick silver iodide (AgI) coatings on the fundamental modes in cylindrical waveguides at terahertz (THz) frequencies, in the regime of the dielectric layer being thinner than the optimal thickness hopt(2 THz) ? ...

Controlling variability in split?merge systems and its impact on performance

Tsimashenka, I; Knottenbelt, WJ; Harrison, PG (2014)
23.06.14 KB. Ok to add published version OA paper

Geometric properties for the design of unusual member cross-sections in bending

Sadowski, AJ (2011)
23.06.14 KB. Ok to add accepted version to spiral, Elsevier says ok while mandate not enforced. This short communication presents a series of general geometric properties of unusually-shaped member cross-sections. A skeleton derivation of the most important properties is presented and a method is illustrated for constructing more complex cross-sections. The focus is on the cross-sectional area, centroid and second moment of area, used in classical engineering design for bending. The shapes...