Browsing by Author "O'Callaghan, P."

Browsing by Author "O'Callaghan, P."

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  • Nikanpour, D. (Cranfield University, 1991-12)
    The development of multi-kilowatt space-based systems requires the transport of waste heat loads over long distances in micro-gravity conditions. In this context two-phase heat transport systems are attractive enabling ...
  • Nagle, Liam (Cranfield University, 1998-09-30)
    A prototype computer based expert system has been developed to aid energy managers by speeding the energy auditing process and rapidly identifying potential low cost and fast pay-back energy saving investments for a wide ...
  • Bala, Eli Jidere (Cranfield University, 1984-08)
    with the development of a low-grade energy engine in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Cranfield, there began a venture towards utilizing the Sun's power to operate the engine via a thermodynamic cycle, in an ...
  • Mian, M. N. (Cranfield University, 1979-11)
    The effect of oxides on the topographies of various random engineering surfaces and steady-state thermal contact resistances between oxidefree and oxidized metallic surfaces in contact in high vacua have been investigated. ...
  • Batty, William J. (Cranfield University, 1984-03)
    Buildings are complex thermally-dynamic structures serving aesthetic as well as, utilitarian functions. It is essential that careful planning is undertaken if buildings are to be energy efficient and cheap to run ...
  • Dorling, John (Cranfield University, 1989-03)
    This work is concerned with the analysis of industrial energy use for the purposes of reducing that use to a minimum within the constraints imposed by the existing plant. The work is divided into two parts. Firstly, a ...
  • Mohey El-Din, K. H. (Cranfield University, 1981-09)
    It is clear that there is no long-term solution to energy supply problems other than planned and continuous conservation. The use of low-grade energy as an unlimited resource will play an important part in maintaining ...
  • Adderley, A. E. (Cranfield University, 1989-07)
    The 1984 Auditor Genera1's report on energy~thrift in the Health Service claimed that energy~thrift programmes in hospitals were not achieving their performance targets. In order to determine the reasons for this ...
  • Cohen, R. R. (Cranfield University, 1986-03)
    Hot water thermal energy stores have the potential to improve and extend the performance of many kinds of energy system. Waperature stratification in the store is likely to affect the system's efficiency. A basic but ...