Browsing School of Applied Sciences (SAS) (2006-July 2014) by Title

Browsing School of Applied Sciences (SAS) (2006-July 2014) by Title

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  • Romero Rojo, Francisco Javier; Roy, Rajkumar; Shehab, Essam (Springer Science Business Media, 2009-08-31)
    This paper provides a comprehensive literature review on the problem of obsolescence in “sustainment-dominated systems” that require support for many decades. Research on this topic continues to grow as a result of the ...
  • Romero Rojo, Francisco Javier; Roy, Rajkumar; Kelly, S. (Institute of Physics (IoP), 2013-01-22)
    A component becomes obsolete when it is no longer available from the original manufacturer to the original specification. In long-lifecycle projects, obsolescence has become a major problem as it prevents the maintenance ...
  • Winkler, Gunrun (Cranfield University, 2005)
    Pharmaceutical residues gain importance as they are emitted in a vast array and quantity into the aquatic environment. The main source for most pharmaceuticals are the discharges of wastewater treatment plants. Within ...
  • Houghton, Jennifer I.; Stephenson, Tom (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2002-11-01)
    Particle size analysis was carried out on six samples of digested sludge using laser diffraction. The digested sludge was produced in laboratory-scale reactors under different feed regimes based on a mixture of primary ...
  • Fernández, Ariel; Ramsden, Jeremy J. (Jointly by, Collegium Basilea (Institute of Advanced Study) and Association of Modern Scientific Investigation., 2001-12)
    In the absence of intramolecular long range interactions, the extended local conformation of a peptide chain is entropically favoured over compact ones, since the area of the Ramachandran basin of attraction is larger ...
  • McColl, James (Cranfield University, 2007)
    There is currently a trend towards the increasing use of nanotechnology in food. Emerging technology has the potential to modify the nutritional value and improve the quality of food products. Nevertheless there are ...
  • Salonitis, Konstantinos (Elsevier BV, 2014-06-02)
    Grind hardening process utilizes the heat generated in the grinding area for the surface heat treatment of the workpiece. The workpiece surface is heated above the austenitizing temperature by using large values of depth ...
  • Wellman, R. G.; Nicholls, J. R. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2004-01-30)
    Thermal barrier coatings have been used in gas turbine engines for some four decades, and the erosion resistance of these coatings has been well documented over the years by various different groups. However, as far as ...
  • Salonitis, Konstantinos; Stavropoulos, Panagiotis (Elsevier BV, 2013-12-31)
    Achieving sustainable development and succeeding in sustainable production requires changes in industrial processes, type and quantity of resources used, treatment of waste, control of emissions, and finally in the final ...
  • Chantzis, Dimitrios; Paralikas, John; Salonitis, Konstantinos; Chryssolours, George (2013-09-02)
    The European automotive industry is known world-wide as the technically most advanced and innovative. Based on the competitiveness of global market, it is an emerging challenge and puts forward the need of flexibility for ...
  • Marin-González, O.; Kuang, B.; Quraishi, M. Z.; Munoz-Garcia, M. A.; Mouazen, Abdul Mounem (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2013-08-01)
    So far, the majority of reports on on-line measurement considered soil properties with direct spectral responses in near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). This work reports on the results of on-line measurement of soil properties ...
  • Kuang, Boyan Y. (Cranfield University, 2012-02)
    The evaluation of the soil spatial variability using a fast, robust and cheap tool is one of the key steps towards the implementation of Precision Agriculture (PA) successfully. Soil organic carbon (OC), soil total nitrogen ...
  • Bourgeois, Wilfrid (Cranfield University, 2002-12)
    Real-time and on-line monitoring of wastewater quality is a subject of growing concern both in the United Kingdom and internationally. Global organic load parameters are traditionally used to define wastewater characteristics ...
  • Barry, D. L.; Smith, Richard; Harries, C. (The Waste Conference Limited, 2004-09)
    This research project (Barry et al. 2003, 2004a and 2004b) assessed the time period for the onset of methanogenesis and examined the scale of methane (CH4) fluxing from waste surfaces during the waste placement phases ...
  • Annamalai Vasantha, Gokula Vijaykumar; Hussain, Romana; Cakkol, Mehmet; Roy, Rajkumar; Evans, Stephen; Tiwari, Ashutosh (Cranfield University, 2010)
    Industries are transforming their business strategy from a product-centric to a more service-centric nature by bundling products and services into integrated solutions to enhance the relationship between their customers. ...
  • Ramsden, Jeremy J. (Collegium Basilea & AMSI, 2004-09)
    Editorial
  • Aziz, Hayder; Gao, James X.; Maropoulos, Paul G.; Cheung, Wai M. (Elsevier, 2005-04)
    This paper reports on a collaborative product development and knowledge management platform for small to medium enterprises. It has been recognised that current product lifecycle management (PLM) implementations are document ...
  • Caird, Sally P.; Hallett, Stephen H.; Potter, Stephen (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2013-10-01)
    The Open2-Innova8ion Tool is an interactive, multi-media, web-based software tool for rating organisational innovation performance. This tool was designed for organisations to use as an adaptation of the European Commission's ...
  • Mauelshagen, Craig William (Cranfield University, 2012-12-21)
    This thesis is concerned with what pervasive risk management is, and how it can be achieved in practice. Specifically, it examines the effect of social processes and cultural factors on how risk management can be coordinated ...
  • Bungay, S.; Humphries, M.; Stephenson, Tom (Blackwell Publishing, 2007-03)
    Sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) are variable-volume, non-steady-state, suspended-growth biological wastewater treatment reactors. The treatment process is characterised by a repeated treatment cycle consisting of a series ...

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