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  • Salgado Pilario, Karl Ezra; Cao, Yi (IEEE, 2018-02-28)
    Early detection of incipient faults in industrial processes is increasingly becoming important, as these faults can slowly develop into serious abnormal events, an emergency situation, or even failure of critical equipment. ...
  • Chatteron, Julia C.; Parsons, David J.; Nicholls, John R.; Longhurst, Philip J.; Bernon, Mike; Palmer, Andrew; Brennan, Feargal P.; Kolios, Athanasios; Wilson, Ian; Ishiyama, Edward; Clements-Croome, Derek; Elmualim, Abbas; Darby, Howard; Yearly, Tom; Davies, Gareth J. (Elsevier, 2015-05-07)
    Research and innovation have considerable, currently unquantified potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by, for example, increasing energy efficiency. Furthermore, the process of knowledge transfer in itself can ...
  • Bui, Mai; Adjiman, Claire S.; Bardow, André; Anthony, Edward J.; Boston, Andy; Brown, Solomon; Fennell, Paul S.; Fuss, Sabine; Galindo, Amparo; Hackett, Leigh A.; Hallett, Jason P.; Herzog, Howard J.; Jackson, George; Kemper, Jasmin; Krevor, Samuel; Maitland, Geoffrey C.; Matuszewski, Michael; Metcalfe, Ian S.; Petit, Camille; Puxty, Graeme; Reimer, Jeffrey; Reiner, David M.; Rubin, Edward S.; Scott, Stuart A.; Shah, Nilay; Smit, Berend; Trusler, J. P. Martin; Webley, Paul; Wilcoxx, Jennifer; Mac Dowell, Niall (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018-03-12)
    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is broadly recognised as having the potential to play a key role in meeting climate change targets, delivering low carbon power, decarbonising industry and, more recently, its ability to ...
  • Gilbert, Matthew K.; Medina-Vayá, Ángel; Mack, Brian M.; Lebar, Matthew D.; Rodriguez, Alicia; Bhatnagar, Deepak; Magan, Naresh; Obrian, Gregory; Payne, Gary (MDPI, 2017-12-22)
    Aspergillus flavus is a saprophytic fungus that may colonize several important crops, including cotton, maize, peanuts and tree nuts. Concomitant with A. flavus colonization is its potential to secrete mycotoxins, of which ...
  • Albanito, Fabrizio; Beringer, Tim; Corstanje, Ronald; Poulter, Benjamin; Stephenson, Anna; Zawadzka, Joanna; Smith, Pete (Wiley, 2015-02-06)
    The potential for climate change mitigation by bioenergy crops and terrestrial carbon sinks has been the object of intensive research in the past decade. There has been much debate about whether energy crops used to offset ...
  • Goslan, Emma Harriet; Seigle, Céline; Purcell, Diane; Henderson, Rita Kay; Parsons, Simon A.; Jefferson, Bruce; Judd, Simon J. (Elsevier, 2016-12-10)
    Seasonal algal blooms in drinking water sources release intracellular and extracellular algal organic matter (AOM) in significant concentrations into the water. This organic matter provides precursors for disinfection ...
  • Vaienti, Claudio; Ioannou, Anastasia; Brennan, Feargal (IEEE, 2017-08-18)
    Offshore wind power plants might be seen as high risk investments. Their risk depends on technical and financial elements. When some corporations decide to invest in a plant, they decide to take all above-mentioned risks. ...
  • Viallon, Joële; Flores, Edgar; Idrees, Faraz; Moussay, Philippe; Wielgosz, Robert Ian; Kim, D.; Kim, Y. D.; Lee, S.; Persijn, S.; Konopelko, L. A.; Kustikov, Y. A.; Malginov, A. V.; Chubchenko, I. K.; Klimov, A. Y.; Efremova, O. V.; Zhou, Z.; Possolo, A.; Shimosaka, T.; Brewer, P.; Macé, T.; Ferracci, Valerio; Brown, Richard J. C.; Aoki, Aoki (IOP, 2017-09-26)
    The CCQM-K90 comparison is designed to evaluate the level of comparability of national metrology institutes (NMI) or designated institutes (DI) measurement capabilities for formaldehyde in nitrogen at a nominal mole fraction ...
  • Zsirai, T.; Al-Jaml, A. K.; Qiblawey, H.; Al-Marri, M.; Ahmed, A.; Bach, S.; Watson, S.; Judd, Simon (Elsevier, 2016-04-01)
    Produced water (PW) generated from oil exploration requires rigorous removal of suspended matter (free oil and particulate solids) as tertiary treatment (downstream of hydrocyclone and gas flotation) if it is to be re-injected ...
  • Renaud, Theo; Stebel, Michal; Verdin, Patrick; Falcone, Gioia (2018-02-28)
    The promising development of highly energetic geothermal resources could considerably enhance geothermal power production worldwide. The first attempt at tapping supercritical/heated fluids was made by the Iceland Deep ...
  • Liu, Bo; Papadikis, Konstantinos; Gu, Sai; Fidalgo, Beatriz; Longhurst, Philip J.; Li, Zhongyuan; Kolios, Athanasios (Elsevier, 2017-05-08)
    An Eulerian-Eulerian multi-phase CFD model was set up to simulate a lab-scale fluidized bed reactor for the fast pyrolysis of biomass. Biomass particles and the bed material (sand) were considered to be particulate phases ...
  • Shi, Jing; Gourma, Mustapha; Yeung, Hoi (Elsevier, 2017-01-10)
    Simulation of horizontal oil-water flow with matched density and medium viscosity ratio (μo/μw=18.8) in several different flow regimes (core annular flow, oil plugs/bubbles in water and dispersed flow) was performed with ...
  • Gollakota, Anjani R. K.; Subramanyam, Malladi D.; Kishore, Nanda; Gu, Sai (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-04-16)
    Bio-oil derived from lignocellulose biomass is an emerging alternative resource to conventional fossil fuel. However, the as-obtained unprocessed bio oil is oxy-rich, has low pH and contains high moisture, which suppresses ...
  • Sonderfeld, Hannah; Bösch, Hartmut; Jeanjean, Antoine P. R.; Riddick, Stuart N.; Grant, Allen; Ars, Sébastien; Davies, Stewart; Harris, Neil R. P.; Humpage, Neil; Leigh, Roland; Pitt, Joseph (European Geosciences Union / Copernicus Publications, 2017-04-03)
    Globally, the waste sector contributes to nearly a fifth of anthropogenic methane emitted to the atmosphere and is the second largest source of methane in the UK. In recent years great improvements to reduce those emissions ...
  • Baumann, Jasmin; Le Meunier-FitzHugh, Kenneth; Wilson, Hugh N. (Elsevier, 2017)
    This study explores the communication of reciprocal value propositions in buyer-seller interaction and examines whether each party's value proposition is congruent with the value sought by their respective counterpart. ...
  • Ozkan, S.; Vitali, A.; Lacetera, N.; Amon, B.; Bannik, A.; Bartley, D.J.; Blanco-Penedo, I.; de Haas, Y.; Dufrasne, I.; Elliott, J.; Eory, V.; Fox, N.J.; Garnsworthy, P.C.; Gengler, N.; Hammami, H.; Kyriazakis, I.; Leclère, D.; Lessire, F.; Macleod, M.; Robinson, T.P.; Ruete, A.; Sandars, Daniel L.; Shrestha, S.; Stott, A.W.; Twardy, S.; Vanrobays, M.L.; Vosough Ahmadi, B.; Weindl, I.; Wheelhouse, N.; Williams, A.G.; Williams, H.W.; Wilson, A.J.; østergaard, S.; Kipling, R.P. (Elsevier, 2016-07-29)
    Climate change has the potential to impair livestock health, with consequences for animal welfare, productivity, greenhouse gas emissions, and human livelihoods and health. Modelling has an important role in assessing the ...
  • Roose, T; Keyes, S. D.; Daly, K. R.; Carminati, A; Otten, Wilfred; Vetterlein, D; Peth, S (Springer, 2016-04-08)
    Background Plant-soil interaction is central to human food production and ecosystem function. Thus, it is essential to not only understand, but also to develop predictive mathematical models which can be used to assess ...
  • Williams, Ben; Hayes, Enda; Nasir, Zaheer A.; Rolph, Catherine; Jackson, Simon; Khera, Shagun; Bennett, Alan; Gladding, Toni; Drew, Gillian H.; Tyrrel, Sean F. (WIT Press, 2017-08-06)
    Bioaerosols are ubiquitous organic particles that comprise viruses, bacteria and coarser fractions of organic matter. Known to adversely affect human health, the impact of bioaerosols on a population often manifests as ...
  • Betts, Richard A.; Alfieri, Lorenzo; Bradshaw, Catherine; Caesar, John; Feyen, Luc; Friedlingstein, Pierre; Gohar, Laila; Koutroulis, Aristeidis; Lewis, Kirsty; Morfopoulos, Catherine; Papadimitriou, Lamprini; Richardson, Katy J.; Tsanis, Ioannis; Wyser, Klaus (The Royal Society Publishing, 2018-04-02)
    We projected changes in weather extremes, hydrological impacts and vulnerability to food insecurity at global warming of 1.5°C and 2°C relative to pre-industrial, using a new global atmospheric general circulation model ...
  • Zona, Z.; Ali, Z.; Sidra, S.; Nimra, A.; Ahmad, M.; Aziz, K.; Zainab, I.; Quratulain; Ansari, B.; Raza, S. T.; Nasir, Zaheer A.; Colbeck, Ian (Pakistan Agricultural Scientists Forum, 2015-06-30)
    Ambient air quality is defined not only by the source strength but a variety of meteorological parameters as well. In the current study, ambient concentrations of PM along with temperature and relative humidity levels were ...

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