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Welcome to the CERES, the Cranfield Collection of E-Research provided by Cranfield Library Services. CERES contains 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. Some items are subject to a publisher embargo but these can be individually requested from the author who may supply a copy at their discretion.

NB: Masters theses are in a separate Masters Theses Archive and are currently only available to members of the University.

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  • Wang, Fang; Xiang, Leilei; Leung, Kelvin Sze-Yin; Elsner, Martin; Zhang, Ying; Guo, Yuming; Pan, Bo; Sun, Hongwen; An, Taicheng; Ying, Guangguo; Brooks, Bryan W.; Hou, Deyi; Helbling, Damian E.; Sun, Jianqiang; Qiu, Hao; Vogel, Timothy M.; Zhang, Wei; Gao, Yanzheng; Simpson, Myrna J.; Luo, Yi; Chang, Scott X.; Su, Guanyong; Wong, Bryan M.; Fu, Tzung-May; Zhu, Dong; Jobst, Karl J.; Ge, Chengjun; Coulon, Frederic (Cell Press, 2024-03-13)
    Environmental pollution is escalating due to rapid global development that often prioritizes human needs over planetary health. Despite global efforts to mitigate legacy pollutants, the continuous introduction of new ...
  • Onomor, E.M. (Cranfield UniversitySOE, 1997-10)
    The main objective of this thesis was to ascertain and to catalogue the possible sources of errors in the finite element method when used for fluid modelling. Some of these errors are inherent in the finite element method ...
  • Rathaur, Ranjana; Verdin, Patrick G.; Ghosh, Sumana (MDPI, 2024-05-09)
    Free-floating and submerged wave energy converters (SWECs) are regarded as promising technologies for renewable energy production. These converters rely on a heave-motion buoy to capture the kinetic energy of ocean waves ...
  • Omar, Baba S. A. (Cranfield UniversitySOE, 2012-03)
    Current technological advances in aviation are geared towards a more "electric aircraft"; seen as a step towards making the aircraft more efficient, reducing emissions and minimising environmental impact. This thesis ...
  • Roche, Dannielle; Rickson, Jane R.; Pawlett, Mark (Frontiers, 2024-05-13)
    Biostimulants are gaining prominence in scientific research, with the potential to enhance plant productivity through benefits to crop yield/quality and tolerance to environmental stresses. Through possible improvements ...

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