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  • Impact of the microstructure of precipitation and hydrometeors on multi-frequency radar observations

    Continuous observations are needed to monitor and predict the state of the changing Earth system. These observations must be global, and therefore areas with poor or no infrastructure also have to be covered by them. Remote sensing systems, especially those based on satellites, are a practically achievable way to make measurements also in such remote areas. The hydrological cycle is a critical part of the atmosphere-ocean system. It is monitored remotely by many satellites, but the need f...

    Design cognition for conceptual design

    Creative competences are the major currency in 21st century product development domain. Consequentially, the number of new methodologies and working styles targeted for the fuzzy front-end constantly increases. In response, those responsible for managing the early phases of product design need to repeatedly question methods, the organization of work, and the constitution of a design team. In this dissertation I argue that the development of design practices can benefit from a science of desig...

    Kinetic roughening in fiber deposition

    We consider the kinetic roughening of growing interfaces in a simple model of fiber deposition [K. J. Niskanen and M. J. Alava, Phys. Rev. Lett. 73, 3475 (1994)]. Fibers of length Lf are deposited randomly on a lattice and upon deposition allowed to bend down locally by a distance determined by the flexibility parameter Tf. For Tf

    Feasibility of wood peeling assisted by infrared heating

    "Peeling" is the process of converting a log into a continuous thin (from 0.6 to more than 3 mm) ribbon of green wood termed "veneer" whose production plays an important role in the manufacture of light-weight packaging, plywood and Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) which are amongst the most widely used wood products. Prior to peeling, the round green-wood of most species needs to be heated to temperatures ranging from 30 to 90 degrees Celcius in order to soften the wood and ease cutting. Formin...
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