CERES Research Repository

Welcome to the Cranfield Collection of E-Research - CERES: a digital repository of research output from Cranfield University. CERES contains a growing subset of research undertaken at Cranfield University including journal pre-prints and peer-reviewed journal reprints, digital Theses and Dissertations, book chapters, working papers and technical reports. All items in CERES are full-text.

Cranfield CERES is being developed in collaboration between academic staff, the library and the IT department.


Masters theses have now been moved to a separate Masters theses archive. Masters are currently only available to members of the University.

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  • Zhang, Jiajun; Fidalgo, Beatriz; Wagland, Stuart; Shen, Dekui; Zhang, Xiaolei; Gu, Sai (Elsevier, 2018-10-29)
    This work investigated the deoxygenation reaction in anisole decomposition over HZSM-5 (HZ(25)) zeolite supported bimetallic catalysts to produce benzene, toluene and xylene (BTX). Experiments were performed in order to ...
  • Rajendran, Parvathy; Smith, Howard (Taylor's University, Malaysia, 2018-12-31)
    The design, fabrication, and operation costs of a solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (SUAV) only comprise a small fraction of the various aspects of satellite systems. Given the easy redeployment of SUAVs with a newly ...
  • Wagstaff, Carol; Kendrick, Fiona; Dennis, Colin; Hollington, Phil; Hess, Tim; Brameld, John; Crook, Mitch; Wilkinson, Michael; Roberts, Jerry; Farrell, Craig; Mason, Barbara (Institute of Food Science and Technology / John Wiley & Sons, 2018-12-04)
  • Gouma, Sofia; Papadaki, Anastasia; Markakis, George; Magan, Naresh; Goumas, Dimitris (Polish Society of Ecological Engineering, 2018-11-10)
    The capacity of five white rot fungi species to degrade linuron, metribuzin and chlorpyrifos when applied both as single pesticides and mixed together in different concentrations on nutritionally poor media. Our results ...
  • Block Novelo, David Alejandro; Igie, Uyioghosa; Nalianda, Devaiah (Elsevier, 2019-01-03)
    The performance benefit of compressor water injection for a stand-alone jet engine has been investigated in previous work conducted by the authors, as well as other studies. For the same required thrust, the benefits include ...

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