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Entropy, Vol. 17, Pages 5157-5170: Non-Fourier Heat Transfer with Phonons and Electrons in a Circular Thin Layer Surrounding a Hot Nanodevice

24-Jul-2015 | Cimmelli, Vito Antonio; Carlomagno, Isabella ; Sellitto, Antonio, Entropy, 2015

A nonlocal model for heat transfer with phonons and electrons is applied to infer the steady-state radial temperature profile in a circular layer surrounding an inner hot component. Such a profile, following by the numerical solution of the heat equation, predicts that the temperature behaves in ...


Sustainability, Vol. 7, Pages 9773-9786: Experimental Investigation on the Effect of Phase Change Materials on Compressed Air Expansion in CAES Plants

23-Jul-2015 | Castellani, Beatrice ; Presciutti, Andrea ; Filipponi, Mirko ; Nicolini, Andrea ; Rossi, Federico, Sustainability, 2015

The integration of renewable energy in the electrical grid is challenging due to the intermittent and non-programmable generated electric power and to the transmission of peak power levels. Several energy storage technologies have been studied to find a solution to these issues. In particular, ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17977-17989: Zn(II)-Coordinated Quantum Dot-FRET Nanosensors for the Detection of Protein Kinase Activity

23-Jul-2015 | Lim, Butaek ; Park, Ji-In ; Lee, Kyung Jin; Lee, Jin-Won ; Kim, Tae-Wuk ; Kim, Young-Pil, Sensors, 2015

We report a simple detection of protein kinase activity using Zn(II)-mediated fluorescent resonance energy transfer (FRET) between quantum dots (QDs) and dye-tethered peptides. With neither complex chemical ligands nor surface modification of QDs, Zn(II) was the only metal ion that enabled the ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17926-17943: Development of a Plug-and-Play Monitoring System for Cabled Observatories in the East China Sea

23-Jul-2015 | Yu, Yang ; Xu, Huiping ; Xu, Changwei, Sensors, 2015

Seafloor observatories enable long term, continuous and multidisciplinary observations, promising major breakthroughs in marine environment research. The effort to remotely control in situ multidisciplinary equipment performing individual and cooperative tasks is both a challenge and a guarantee ...


IJERPH, Vol. 12, Pages 8678-8690: Evaluation of Combined Disinfection Methods for Reducing Escherichia coli O157:H7 Population on Fresh-Cut Vegetables

23-Jul-2015 | Petri, Eva ; Rodríguez, Mariola ; García, Silvia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2015

Most current disinfection strategies for fresh-cut industry are focused on the use of different chemical agents; however, very little has been reported on the effectiveness of the hurdle technology. The effect of combined decontamination methods based on the use of different sanitizers ...


Materials, Vol. 8, Pages 4593-4607: Engineering of Iron-Based Magnetic Activated Carbon Fabrics for Environmental Remediation

22-Jul-2015 | Haham, Hai ; Grinblat, Judith ; Sougrati, Moulay-Tahar ; Stievano, Lorenzo ; Margel, Shlomo, Materials, 2015

Magnetic Fe3O4, Fe and Fe/Pd nanoparticles embedded within the pores of activated carbon fabrics (ACF) were prepared by impregnation of the ACF in iron acetylacetanoate (Fe(acac)3) ethanol solution, followed by thermal decomposition of the embedded iron precursor at 200, 400 and 600 °C in an ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17767-17785: Discrimination of Rice with Different Pretreatment Methods by Using a Voltammetric Electronic Tongue

22-Jul-2015 | Wang, Li ; Niu, Qunfeng ; Hui, Yanbo ; Jin, Huali, Sensors, 2015

In this study, an application of a voltammetric electronic tongue for discrimination and prediction of different varieties of rice was investigated. Different pretreatment methods were selected, which were subsequently used for the discrimination of different varieties of rice and prediction of ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17808-17826: Real-Time PPP Based on the Coupling Estimation of Clock Bias and Orbit Error with Broadcast Ephemeris

22-Jul-2015 | Pan, Shuguo ; Chen, Weirong ; Jin, Xiaodong ; Shi, Xiaofei ; He, Fan, Sensors, 2015

Satellite orbit error and clock bias are the keys to precise point positioning (PPP). The traditional PPP algorithm requires precise satellite products based on worldwide permanent reference stations. Such an algorithm requires considerable work and hardly achieves real-time performance. However, ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17572-17620: Wireless Sensor Network Optimization: Multi-Objective Paradigm

20-Jul-2015 | Iqbal, Muhammad ; Naeem, Muhammad ; Anpalagan, Alagan ; Ahmed, Ashfaq ; Azam, Muhammad, Sensors, 2015

Optimization problems relating to wireless sensor network planning, design, deployment and operation often give rise to multi-objective optimization formulations where multiple desirable objectives compete with each other and the decision maker has to select one of the tradeoff solutions. These ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 17534-17557: Collaborative WiFi Fingerprinting Using Sensor-Based Navigation on Smartphones

20-Jul-2015 | Zhang, Peng ; Zhao, Qile ; Li, You ; Niu, Xiaoji ; Zhuang, Yuan ; Liu, Jingnan, Sensors, 2015

This paper presents a method that trains the WiFi fingerprint database using sensor-based navigation solutions. Since micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors provide only a short-term accuracy but suffer from the accuracy degradation with time, we restrict the time length of available ...


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