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  • 1D nanomaterials 2012 

    Zhu, Y; Ma, R; Whitby, R; Acquah, S (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2013)
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  • 1D nanomaterials 2013 

    Acquah, SFA; Ma, R; Whitby, RLD; Zhu, Y (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014-04-07)
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  • 2D Material Liquid Crystals for Optoelectronics and Photonics 

    Hogan, BTH; Kovalska, EK; Craciun, MFC; Baldycheva, A (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017-07-21)
    The merging of the materials science paradigms of liquid crystals and 2D materials promises superb new opportunities for the advancement of the fields of optoelectronics and photonics. In this review, we summarise the ...
  • 500x CPV Receiver with Integrated Micro-Finned Heat Sink 

    Micheli, L; Sundaram, S; Reddy, KS; Mallick, TK (The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES), 2015-04)
    Introduction The main aim of concentrating photovoltaics (CPV) is reducing the amount of the expensive semicondutive material by replacing part of it with a reflecting optics and, thus, increasing the density of the ...
  • Abrasion process between a fibre mooring line and a corroded steel element during the transit and commissioning of a Marine Renewable Energy device 

    Herduin, Manuel; Banfield, Stephen; Weller, S.D.; Thies, Philipp R.; Johanning, Lars (Elsevier, 2015-11-18)
    The interaction between fibre rope and steel parts on vessels (fairlead and roller) is technically well understood but not commonly published in codes or practised by mariners. What appears to be a smooth steel surface to ...
  • Accelerated reliability testing of articulated cable bend restrictor for offshore wind applications 

    Thies, PR; Tuk, T; Tuk, M; Marta, M; Müller-Schütze, S (MARINET, 2015-09-22)
    Power cable failures for offshore marine energy applications are a growing concern since experience from offshore wind has shown repeated failures of inter-array and export cables. These failures may be mitigated by dedicated ...
  • Accelerated reliability testing of articulated cable bend restrictor for offshore wind applications 

    Thies, PR; Johanning, Lars; Bashir, I; Tuk, T; Tuk, M; Marta, M; Mueller-Schuetze, S (Elsevier, 2016-05-10)
    Power cable failures for offshore marine energy applications are a growing concern since experience from offshore wind has shown repeated failures of inter-array and export cables. These failures may be mitigated by dedicated ...
  • Accumulation-based computing using phasechange memories with FET access devices 

    Hosseini, Peiman; Sebastian, A.; Papandreou, N.; Wright, C. David; Bhaskaran, Harish (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015-07-15)
    Phase-change materials and devices have received much attention as a potential route to the realization of various types of unconventional computing paradigms. In this letter, we present non-von Neumann arithmetic processing ...
  • Accuracy and computational efficiency of 2D urban surface flood modelling based on cellular automata 

    Gibson, MJ; Savić, DA; DJordjević, S; Chen, AS; Fraser, S; Watson, T (Elsevier, 2016-08-21)
    There is an emerging abundance freely available of high resolution (one meter or less) LIDAR data due to the advent of remote sensing, which enables wider applications of detailed flood risk modelling and analysis. Digital ...
  • Accuracy of expressions for the magnetic field of a ring head 

    Middleton, Barry K.; Aziz, Mustafa M.; Miles, J. J. (IEEE, 2000)
    The Fourier method used by Fan has produced a representation of the field of a semi-infinite pole head consisting of a simple analytical approximation (Karlqvist field) plus an infinite series of correction terms. A method ...
  • Accurate determination of electron-hole asymmetry and next-nearest neighbor hopping in graphene 

    Kretinin, A; Yu, GL; Jalil, R; Cao, Y; Withers, F; Mishchenko, A; Katsnelson, MI; Novoselov, KS; Geim, AK; Guinea, F (American Physical Society, 2013-10-29)
    The next-nearest neighbor hopping term t' determines a magnitude and, hence, importance of several phenomena in graphene, which include self-doping due to broken bonds and the Klein tunneling that in the presence of t' is ...
  • Acoustoelectric Current in Graphene Nanoribbons 

    Poole, T; Nash, GR (Springer Nature, 2017-05-11)
    Surface acoustic waves (SAWs) propagating on piezoelectric substrates offer a convenient, contactless approach to probing the electronic properties of low-dimensional charge carrier systems such as graphene nanoribbons ...
  • Active Control of Concert-Induced Vibrations 

    Hudson, EJ; Reynolds, P; Nelson, M; Christie, N; Salcedo, V (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2016-02)
    © ASCE.Large floor and stadium structures can be subjected to onerous dynamic loadings during concert events, which might result in excessive levels of vibration. These could result in adverse comments and concern from ...
  • Adapting Conventional Tools to Analyse Ducted and Open Centre Tidal Stream Turbines 

    Allsop, S; Peyrard, C; Bousseau, P; Thies, PR (EWTEC, 2017-08-27)
    This paper details a hydrodynamic model based on Blade Element Momentum Theory (BEMT) developed to assess ’conventional’ 3-bladed tidal stream turbines (TSTs), adapted here to analyse an ’unconventional’ case of a ducted ...
  • Adaptive continuous higher order sliding mode control 

    Edwards, Christopher; Shtessel, Yuri (Elsevier, 2015-11-06)
    This paper is concerned with the development of an adaptation structure which can be applied to conventional, super-twisting and higher-order sliding mode schemes. The objective is to alter the modulation gains associated ...
  • Adaptive Dual Layer Super-Twisting Control and Observation 

    Edwards, C; Yuri Shtessel, YS (Taylor & Francis, 2016-04-27)
    In this paper a super-twisting-like structure with adaptive gains is proposed. The structure is parameterized by two scalar gains, both of which adapt, and by an additional time-varying term. The magnitudes of the adaptive ...
  • Adaptive flood risk management under climate change uncertainty using real options and optimization 

    Woodward, Michelle; Kapelan, Zoran; Gouldby, Ben (Wiley for ociety for Risk Analysis, 2013-07-08)
    It is well recognized that adaptive and flexible flood risk strategies are required to account for future uncertainties. Development of such strategies is, however, a challenge. Climate change alone is a significant ...
  • Adaptive Locally Constrained Genetic Algorithm For Least-Cost Water Distribution Network Design 

    Johns, Matthew B.; Keedwell, Edward; Savic, Dragan (IWA Publishing, 2014)
    This paper describes the development of an adaptive locally constrained genetic algorithm (ALCO-GA) and its application to the problem of least cost water distribution network design. Genetic algorithms have been used ...
  • An adaptive non-raster scanning method in atomic force microscopy for simple sample shapes 

    Zhang, K; Hatano, T; Tien, T; Herrmann, G; Edwards, C; Burgess, SC; Miles, M (IOP Publishing, 2015-02-16)
    © 2015 IOP Publishing Ltd. It is a significant challenge to reduce the scanning time in atomic force microscopy while retaining imaging quality. In this paper, a novel non-raster scanning method for high-speed imaging is ...
  • Adaptive repetitive control with feedforward scheme for grid-connected inverters 

    Abusara, M; Sharkh, S; Zanchetta, P (Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2015-08-01)
    This study is concerned with control of grid connected inverters using odd-harmonic repetitive scheme. Owing to the inherent long convergence period of repetitive control, a feedforward loop of the fundamental component ...