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  • Rendle, D (Cambridge University Press, 2016-12)
    Review of the 2016 British Crystallographic Association (BCA) Spring Meeting, April 4–7, 2016
  • Kechagias-Stamatis, O.; Aouf, Nabil; Richardson, M. A. (IEEE, 2017-01-10)
    We present a real-time three-dimensional automatic target recognition approach appropriate for future light detection and ranging-based missiles. Our technique extends the speeded-up robust features method into the third ...
  • Fourtinon, L (2018)
    Embedded below the radome of a missile, existing RF-seekers use a mechanical rotating antenna to steer the radiating beam in the direction of a target. Latest research is looking at replacing the mechanical antenna ...
  • Franceskides, C; Arnold, E; Horsfall, I; Clasper, J; Tozzi, G; Zioupos, P (SAFE, 2017-04-06)
  • Rahman, Md Arafatur; Hasan, Md Munirul; Asyhari, A. Taufiq; Alam Bhuiyan, Md Zakirul (IEEE, 2018-04-02)
    Every year, floods result in huge damage and devastation both to lives and properties all over the world. Much of this devastation and its prolonged effects result from a lack of collaboration among the rescue agents as a ...
  • Munoz, A; Vella, A; Healy, M J F; Lane, D W; Jupp, I; Lockley, D (SPIE, 2017-09-07)
    Many different mask patterns can be used for X-ray backscatter imaging using coded apertures, which can find application in the medical, industrial and security sectors. While some of these patterns may be considered to ...
  • Lu, Zhenbo; Debiasi, Marco; Khoo, Boo Cheong (Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 2016-08-21)
    The present paper is devoted to identify the acoustic characteristic of a multi-rotor MAV, and then explore effective noise reduction technologies for suppressing its high-level noise. It is found that the noise is mainly ...
  • Tadjouddine, M; Forth, S; Pryce, J (2002-01-01)
    We consider the problem of linearising the short (approximately 100 lines of) code that defines the numerical fluxes of mass, energy and momentum across a-cell face in a finite volume compressible flow calculation. Typical ...
  • Tadjouddine, Mohamed; Forth, Shaun A.; Pryce, John D. (2002-01-01)
    We consider the problem of linearising the short (approximately 100 lines of) code that defines the numerical fluxes of mass, energy and momentum across a cell face in a finite volume compressible flow calculation. Typical ...
  • Gupte, AKr; Forth, SA (2012-07-30)
    LabVIEW(TM) is a visual programming environment for data acquisition, instrument control and industrial automation. This article presents LVAD, a graphically programmed implementation of forward mode Automatic Differentiation ...
  • Hughes, E. J.; Lewis, M. (2009-03-12)
    This paper describes a self organising spatio-temporal radar CFAR system that uses multiple intelligent software agents to detect and adapt the processing to features in the environment. By combining both temporal and ...
  • Whyte, T (2016-11-18)
    The blast wave emanating from an explosion produces an almost instantaneous rise in pressure which can then cause Blast Overpressure (BOP) injuries to nearby persons. BOP injury criteria are specified in test standards to ...
  • Tadjouddine, Mohamed; Forth, Shaun A.; Keane, Andy J. (2006-12-01)
    The design of a satellite boom using passive vibration control by Keane [J. of Sound and Vibration, 1995, 185(3),441-453] has previously been carried out using an energy function of the design geometry aimed at minimising ...
  • Hughes, E. J.; Lewis, M. (2009-03-12)
    This paper describes an improved method of target tracking particularly applicable to littoral environments where a wide range of clutter characteristics are present. A light weight multiple hypothesis tracker based on ...
  • Hazell, P. J. (Maney Publishing, 2010-12-31)
    The development, engineering, and testing of ceramic armour systems and materials has been carried out during the past 50 years and dates back to the pioneering work of M. L. Wilkins and his colleagues [1]. Arguably, the ...
  • Roberts, L.; Correia, J.; Finnis, Mark V.; Knowles, K. (IMechE, 2015-08-11)
    The influence of the yaw angle on a model representative of a monoposto racing car’s front wing and nose section operating in close proximity to the ground is discussed. The yawed condition is representative of a car ...
  • Strachan, R K (Department of Aerospace, Power & Sensors, 2010-11-03)
    The flow around a generic car model both in isolation and in proximity to a near side wall has been investigated utilising experimental and computational methods. Phase one of this investigation tested a range of Ahmed ...
  • Kittiyoungkun, S (2011-09-09)
    Unmanned Air Vehicles, UAVs are designed to operate without any onboard controllers. Consequently, they are considered to operate in a wide range of applications. Missions in undesirable conditions such as bad weather ...
  • Ehirim, O H (2018-04)
    This study involved experimental and equivalent computational investigations into the automobile-type 3―D flow physics of a diffuser bluff body in ground-effect and novel passive flow-control methods applied to the diffuser ...
  • Ehirim, Obinna H.; Knowles, Kevin; Saddington, Alistair J.; Finnis, Mark V. (Journal of Fluids Engineering, 2018-04-19)
    A ground-effect diffuser is an upward-sloping section of the underbody of a racing car that enhances aerodynamic performance by increasing the downforce, thus improving tire grip. The downforce generated by a diffuser can ...

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