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  • Duan, Lunbo; Su, Chenglin; Erans Moreno, Maria; Li, Yingjie; Anthony, Edward J.; Chen, Huichao (American Chemical Society, 2016-09-09)
    Synthetic biomass-templated cement-supported CaO-based sorbents were produced by granulation process for high-temperature post-combustion CO2 capture. Commercial flour was used as the biomass and served as a templating ...
  • Turnbull James, Kim (2012-04-01)
  • Keeley, James; Jarvis, Peter; Smith, Andrea D.; Judd, Simon J. (Elsevier, 2015-10-21)
    Coagulant recovery and reuse from waterworks sludge has the potential to significantly reduce waste disposal and chemicals usage for water treatment. Drinking water regulations demand purification of recovered coagulant ...
  • Keeley, James; Jarvis, Peter; Judd, Simon J. (Taylor and Francis, 2014-02-25)
    Conventional water treatment consumes large quantities of coagulant and produces even greater volumes of sludge. Coagulant recovery (CR) presents an opportunity to reduce both the sludge quantities and the costs they incur, ...
  • Keeley, James (Cranfield University, 2014-10)
    Coagulation is a ubiquitous process in the treatment of raw surface water for eventual potable use. Despite its capabilities, the sheer scale of its use is manifested in the volumes of chemicals it demands and waste ...
  • Hargreaves, Andrew J.; Vale, Peter; Whelan, Jonathan; Alibardi, Luca; Constantino, Carlos; Dotro, Gabriela; Cartmell, Elise (Springer, 2018-07-02)
    To ensure compliance with regulatory standards, it is important to examine the potential of treatment technologies to enhance trace metal removal from wastewater. This study investigated the effectiveness of coagulation– ...
  • Cardellini, Valeria; Fanfarillo, Alessandro; Filippone, Salvatore (Elsevier, 2017-06-03)
    In order to reach challenging performance goals, computer architecture is expected to change significantly in the near future. Heterogeneous chips, equipped with different types of cores and memory, will force application ...
  • Rumson, Alexander G.; Hallett, Stephen H.; Brewer, Timothy R. (Elsevier, 2017-06-03)
    Increasing numbers of people are living in and using coastal areas. Combined with the presence of pervasive coastal threats, such as flooding and erosion, this is having widespread impacts on coastal populations, infrastructure ...
  • Odolczyk, Katarzyna (Cranfield University, 2016-10)
    Microorganisms attachment to the surfaces located in the marine water has become a significant problem. Historically, the antifouling properties of the coatings were achieved by using biocides, which had a negative ...
  • Zhao, Yifan; Tinsley, Lawrence; Addepalli, Sri; Mehnen, Jorn; Roy, Rajkumar (Elsevier, 2016-06-11)
    This paper introduces a coefficient clustering analysis method to detect and quantitatively measure damage occurring in composite materials using pulsed thermographic inspection. This method is based on fitting a low order ...
  • Varga, Liz (Cranfield University, 2009-04)
    A complex adaptive systems approach has been permeating organizational studies and the field of supply network management helping to describe and explain supply network dynamics and emergent inter-firm structures. This ...
  • Peng, T A; Bourne, Mike (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009-09-01)
    The issue of coopetition, the coexistence of cooperation and competition, has recently come to the fore in the strategic management field. Previous coopetition research has focused on the intra-organizational level, ...
  • Jin, Meng-Jia; Wang, Y.; Shen, Jian-Xin; Luk, Patrick Chi-Kwong; Fei, Wei-Zhong; Wang, C-F. (2010-09-13)
    Permanent-magnet flux-switching (PMFS) machine offers high torque density, impressive flux-weakening capability and mechanical ruggedness because of its distinctive configuration, and is potentially suitable for the ...
  • Foxall, Gordon R.; Haskins, Christopher (Cranfield School of Management, 1986)
    The identification of consumer innovators offers marketing managers the opportunity to tailor new products to the buyers who initiate the diffusion of innovations. Progress has been made in identifying such consumers in ...
  • Kuzmin, Vladimir L.; Meglinski, I. V.; Churmakov, D. Y. (Springer Science Business Media, 2005-04-01)
    Comparing the stochastic Monte Carlo technique with the iteration procedure for solving the Bethe–Salpeter equation in the framework of numerical simulation, the time correlation function and the interference component ...
  • Ford, Helen D.; Tatam, Ralph P. (2009-02-20)
    Endoscopic OCT probes deliver light to the measurement region via a single optical fibre mounted in a probe head. The output beam is focused onto the sample, providing a single point measurement. The beam is translated, ...
  • Kuzmin, Vladimir L.; Meglinski, I. V. (Springer Science Business Media, 2004-02-01)
    Based on the comparison of the iteration procedure of solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation and the Monte Carlo method, we developed a method for simulating coherent multiple-scattering effects within the framework of a ...
  • Mohamed, Galal; Allegri, Giuliano; Yasaee, Mehdi; Hallett, Stephen R. (Elsevier, 2017-03-26)
    Z-pins are an effective method of reinforcing laminated composite materials for resisting the propagation of delamination. In this paper, a novel numerical method combines the classical cohesive finite element (FE) method ...
  • Bianchi, Francesco; Zhang, Xiang (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2011-11-14)
    This paper presents a cohesive zone model based finite element analysis of delamination resistance of z-pin reinforced double cantilever beam (DCB). The main difference between this and existing cohesive zone models is ...
  • Goffin, Keith; Baxter, David; Schoeman, Magnus (Cranfield University School of Management, 2011-03-01)
    Innovation is something that many governments strive to support, in both the private and public sectors. By bridging the two sectors and creating novel partnerships, public sector expenditure can be reduced.