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  • Gooderham, Paul; Nordhaug, Odd; Ringdal, Kristen (SAGE, 2006-11)
    This article presents a study of the degree to which national institutional settings impact on the application of management practices in foreign subsidiaries of multinational companies. Applying the national business ...
  • Arroyo, Mariona (Cranfield University, 2003-04)
    Growth of spoilage fungi in bread and other bakery products is currently controlled with the addition of weak acid preservatives. Consumers demand more natural products and thus there is a need to reduce the amount of ...
  • Al-Hinai, Hilal Ali Zaher (Cranfield University, 1992-09)
    Modern development in many Third World countries in the hot regions of the world,, have been accompanied by the construction of highly energy-wasteful buildings. The interiors of these buildings have to be mechanically ...
  • Saiful Islam, Md.; Kovalcik, Adriana; Hasan, Mahbub; Thakur, Vijay Kumar (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015-12-31)
    The use of natural fibers as a reinforcement for various materials was recorded already in ancient Egypt; however, their rediscovery can be dated to the beginning of 20th century. Currentspecial issueisdevoted to ...
  • Kalia, Susheel; Avérous, Luc; Njuguna, James A. K.; Cherian, Bibin Mathew; Dufresne, Alain (2011-10-12)
    The field of bio- and nano- polymer composite materials for advanced structural and medical applications is a fast emergent area and subject of scientific attention. Natural fibers have received great interest as fillers ...
  • Elforjani, Mohamed; Mba, David (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2009-01-31)
    Acoustic emission (AE) technology applied to condition monitoring is gaining acceptance as a useful complimentary tool. This paper demonstrates the use of AE measurements to detect, monitor the growth and locate natural ...
  • Parsons, Simon A.; Jefferson, Bruce; Goslan, Emma Harriet; Jarvis, Peter; Fearing, David Andrew (Iwa Publishing, 2004-12-31)
    The characterisation and treatment of natural organic matter are becoming more important to the water utilities in the UK and around the world. This paper looks at the relationship between bulk and fractionated organic ...
  • Goslan, Emma Harriet (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Industrial and Manufacturing Science; School of Water Sciences, 2003-10)
    Natural organic matter (NOM) is described as an intricate mixture of organic compounds that occurs universally in ground and surface waters. After treatment for potable use, there is NOM remaining in the water that reacts ...
  • Sharp, Emma (Cranfield University, 2005-10)
    The removal of natural organic matter (NOM) is one of the main challenges facing water utilities in both the UK and the US. As a consequence of changes in land management and an increased carbon loss from solids, a greater ...
  • Kamaruddin, Rezuwan. (Cranfield University, 1999-06)
    This study presents the theoretical and experimental results of natural ventilation rates induced by stack, wind and the combination of both stack and wind effects for a typical crop protection structure suitable for the ...
  • McCormack, P J (2016-11-17)
    This thesis is an examination of how the nature of the British soldier is constructed/imagined in contemporary British society if a spectrum of meaning is imagined that posits a warrior existing at one extreme and a weapons ...
  • Zakaria, Ryadh Abdullah (Cranfield University, 2010-03)
    In this thesis the development of a single pass non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) CO2 gas sensor with a path length of 30mm and with a lowest level CO2 detectivity of 20 ppm is described. A single pass NDIR CO2 sensor was ...
  • Sánchez Lara, Carlos; Sánchez Cuartielles, Joan Pau (European Space Agency, 2018-11-09)
    The aim of this paper is to revise the suitability of Near- Rectilinear Halo Orbits (NRHOs) as long-term destinations for a new crew-tended space station; referred here as Deep Space Gateway (DSG). NRHOs are a subset ...
  • Wirth, Sebastian G.; Morrow, Ivor; Horsfall, Ian (IET, 2019-02-18)
    A novel near-field microwave imaging system was designed and fabricated using the three-dimensional (3D) printing technique to manufacture X-band Pyramidal horn antennas and planar graded-index (GRIN) lenses. The flat lens ...
  • Wirth, Sebastian; Morrow, Ivor (IEEE, 2018-10-25)
    A novel near-field microwave imaging system was designed and fabricated using the three-dimensional (3D) printing technique to manufacture X-band Pyramidal horn antennas and planar graded-index (GRIN) lenses. The flat lens ...
  • Thilleul, Olivia (Cranfield University, 2009-10)
    Becoming aware of the impact of global warming, all countries of the European Union have agreed to produce 20% of their electricity from renewable energy by 2020. Hence, a new market emerged to develop more efficient ...
  • Murphy, Richard P.; James, Stephen W.; Tatam, Ralph P. (International Society for Optical Engineering; 1999, 2007-12-31)
    The concept of nested fibre optic long period grating (LPG) based interferometers is introduced. A number of in-series, identical LPGs may be used to form a set of nested, multiplexed Mach-Zehnder interferometers that ...
  • Heinz, Michael Pierre (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Industrial and Manufacturing Science, 2006-02)
    Production in global, intra-organisational networks is becoming more common. In this context, the allocation of production quantities to constrained manufacturing capacity is a challenging process. Due to a volatile ...
  • Rahman, Muhammad Azizur; Pakstas, Algirdas; Wang, Frank Zhigang (Elsevier, 2009-07)
    Computer network technologies have been growing explosively and the study in computer networks is being a challenging task. To make this task easy, different users, researchers and companies have developed different network ...