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  • The forensic analysis of soil by FTIR with multivariate analysis

    Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Jose; Baron, Mark; Croxton, Ruth; Gonzalez Cano, Rafael; Atherton, Thomas; Jimenez Perez, Rebeca (2010)
    Soil has been utilised in criminal investigations for some time because of its prevalence and transferability. It is usually the physical characteristics that are studied, however the research carried out here aims to make use of the chemical profile of soil samples. It is thought that the land type a soil sample comes from can lead to a particular chemical profile being present, which may make it possible to identify which land type a sample of evidential soil may have come from such as w...

    Getting nowhere fast: a teleological conception of socio-technical acceleration

    Sutherland, Thomas (2014)
    It has been frequently recognized that the perceived acceleration of life that has been experienced from the Industrial Revolution onward is engendered, at least in part, by an understanding of speed as an end in itself. There is no equilibrium to be reached – no perfect speed – and as such, social processes are increasingly driven not by rational ends, but by an indeterminate demand for acceleration that both defines and restricts the decisional possibilities of actors. In Aristotelian terms...

    Relations among detection of syllable stress, speech abnormalities, and communicative ability in adults with autism spectrum disorders

    Kargas, Niko; López, Beatriz; Morris, Paul; Reddy, Vasudevi (2016)
    Purpose: To date, the literature on perception of affective, pragmatic, and grammatical prosody abilities in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has been sparse and contradictory. It is interesting to note that the primary perception of syllable stress within the word structure, which is crucial for all prosody functions, remains relatively unexplored in ASD. Thus, in the current study, we explored syllable stress perception sensitivity and its relationship to speech production abnormalities and ...

    Predictive control for energy management in all/more electric vehicles with multiple energy storage units

    West, M J; Bingham, Chris; Schofield , N (2003)
    The paper describes the application of Model Predictive Control (MPC) methodologies for application to electric and hybrid-electric vehicle drive-train formats incorporating multiple energy/power sources. Particular emphasis is given to the co-ordinated management of energy flow from the multiple sources to address issues of extended vehicle range and battery life-time for all-electric drive-trains, and emissions reduction and drive-train torsional oscillations, for hybrid-electric counterpar...

    Modelling the Dynamics of a Three-wheeled Racecar: A Pilot Study to Establish the Feasibility of Developing a ‘Delta’ Configuration Performance Car

    Margetts, Rebecca (2018)
    This paper presents a preliminary study of the dynamics of a ‘delta’ configuration three-wheeled sports car, based on a Reliant Robin chassis. Stiffness and damping values to give this vehicle ‘sporty’ ride dynamics have been proposed. Other dynamic qualities such as rollover and steady-state cornering have also been investigated, and then verified using Carmaker® simulation software. The car performs far better than the Robin in steady-state analyses, but simulation indicates that transient ...
  • CDP Street Gallery

    Arnold, Chantelle (2008)
    Publisher: University Of Lincoln
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    co_LAB - Project 1

    Vickers, Richard; Field, James; Cooper, Graham; Thayne, Martyn; McCarthy, Clive; Verity, Adam (2014)
    Publisher: Alexander Whitcombe
    co_LAB is an interdisciplinary, educational project which houses intensive teaching programmes, the first of which took place between 12-16 May, 2014. co_LAB was designed to explore and develop new approaches to collaborative teaching and learning through the use of networked digital tools, and through the transferral of knowledge, skillsets and teaching styles. co_LAB aims to overcome the traditional barriers between individual course specialisms by bringing together students and col...

    Spencer Street Station

    Medio, Simone (2005)
    Construction site interview material

    The man who flew into space from his apartment

    Pinchbeck, Michael (2015)
    A slideshow inspired by an installation by Russian artist Ilya Kabakov. A guest performer follows instructions they have never heard before in front of an audience of ten. The performance draws on notions of escape and makes a journey, like Kabakov, between east and west, flying and falling, attempt and failure. Commissioned by hÅb Arts (Manchester) and Lincoln Performing Arts Centre. Developed at First Bite, Forest Fringe and Hatch. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council ...

    Sit with me for a moment and remember

    Pinchbeck, Michael (2012)
    bench with a plaque reading Sit with me for a moment and remember is placed in a public space or a gallery and a one-to-one performance takes place. It is both a dedication to a loved one and an invitation to a stranger. You are invited to sit on the bench to listen to a recording that reflects on what it means to sit for a moment and remember. Site-specific piece presented in Derby, Leicester, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield. Supported by Hatch, Hazard, In Good Company and Wrought Festi...
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