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Study of Oxidation and Combustion Characteristics of Iron Nanoparticles under Idealized and Enginelike Conditions

15-Apr-2016 | Charalampos Mandilas; George Karagiannakis; Athanasios G. Konstandopoulos; Carlo Beatrice; Maurizio Lazzaro; Gabriel ..., Energy & Fuels, 2016

The present work includes findings from proof-of-principle feasibility studies on iron nanopowder combustion under idealized, enginelike, and real engine conditions. The study was conducted under the scope of recent interest in metallic nanoparticles as alternative fuels for internal combustion ...

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Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 347: Standalone GPS L1 C/A Receiver for Lunar Missions

09-Mar-2016 | Capuano, Vincenzo ; Blunt, Paul ; Botteron, Cyril ; Tian, Jia ; Leclère, Jérôme ; Wang, Yanguang ; Basile, Francesco ..., Sensors, 2016

Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSSs) were originally introduced to provide positioning and timing services for terrestrial Earth users. However, space users increasingly rely on GNSS for spacecraft navigation and other science applications at several different altitudes from the Earth ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 7, Pages 12988-13010: Mapping Thermal Energy Resource Potentials from Wastewater Treatment Plants

24-Sep-2015 | Neugebauer, Georg ; Kretschmer, Florian ; Kollmann, René ; Narodoslawsky, Michael ; Ertl, Thomas ; Stoeglehner, Gernot, Sustainability, 2015

Wastewater heat recovery via heat exchangers and heat pumps constitutes an environmentally friendly, approved and economically competitive, but often underestimated technology. By introducing the spatial dimension in feasibility studies, the results of calculations change considerably. This paper ...

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Materials, Vol. 8, Pages 6508-6530: Feasibility Studies of Palm Oil Mill Waste Aggregates for the Construction Industry

22-Sep-2015 | Kanadasan, Jegathish ; Fauzi, Auni Filzah Ahmad; Razak, Hashim Abdul; Selliah, Paramananthan ; Subramaniam, Vijaya ; ..., Materials, 2015

The agricultural industry in Malaysia has grown rapidly over the years. Palm oil clinker (POC) is a byproduct obtained from the palm oil industry. Its lightweight properties allows for its utilization as an aggregate, while in powder form as a filler material in concrete. POC specimens obtained ...

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On the design and experimental realization of a multislit‐based very small angle neutron scattering instrument at the European Spallation Source

30-Jul-2015 | Sohrab Abbas, Sylvain Désert, Annie Brûlet, Vincent Thevenot, Patrice Permingeat, Pascal Lavie, Jacques Jestin, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2015

This article reports the design of a versatile multislit‐based very small angle neutron scattering (VSANS) instrument working either as a dedicated instrument or as an add‐on for any small‐angle neutron scattering machine like the proposed SANS instrument, SKADI, at the future European ...

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Innovation in metabolomics to improve personalized healthcare

27-May-2015 | Stefano Cacciatore, Massimo Loda, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2015

Metabolomics is the systemic study of all small molecules (metabolites) and their concentration as affected by pathological and physiological alterations or environmental or other factors. Metabolic alterations represent a “window” on the complex interactions between genetic expression, enzyme ...

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Semi-quantification of Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering using a Handheld Raman Spectrometer: A Feasibility Study

18-Sep-2013 | Jinkai Zheng; Shintaro Pang; TP Labuza; Lili He, Analyst, 2013

The feasibility of utilizing a handheld Raman spectrometer for surface-enhanced Raman scattering detection was evaluated on the pesticide ferbam. A layman’s “answer box” was established for semi-quantifying the risk level of ferbam. This study advanced the application of a handheld Raman ...

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Economic Feasibility of the Sugar Beet‐to‐Ethylene Value Chain

28-Aug-2013 | Jeroen Althoff, Kees Biesheuvel, Ad De Kok, Henk Pelt, Matthijs Ruitenbeek, Ger Spork, Jan Tange, Ronald Wevers, ChemSusChem, 2013

Abstract As part of a long‐term strategy toward renewable feedstock, a feasibility study into options for the production of bioethylene by integrating the sugar beet‐to‐ethanol‐to‐ethylene value chain. Seven business cases were studied and tested for actual economic feasibility of alternative ...

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Energies, Vol. 6, Pages 4117-4133: Design of a Novel Experimental Facility for Testing of Tidal Arrays

12-Aug-2013 | Pintar, Matevz ; Kolios, Athanasios J., Energies, 2013

In order to obtain the maximum amount of energy from tidal stream extraction devices, deployment in large arrays should be studied. The area of seabed with favorable conditions is fairly limited; therefore layout spacing has to be optimized. In this paper a feasibility study for a novel ...

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Three‐dimensional phase‐contrast X‐ray microtomography with scanning–imaging X‐ray microscope optics

25-Jul-2013 | Akihisa Takeuchi, Kentaro Uesugi, Yoshio Suzuki, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 2013

A three‐dimensional (3D) X‐ray tomographic micro‐imaging system has been developed. The optical system is based on a scanning–imaging X‐ray microscope (SIXM) optics, which is a hybrid system consisting of a scanning microscope optics with a one‐dimensional (1D) focusing (line‐focusing) device ...

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