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The effect of turbulence and shear on the flow around three dimensional square cylinders
The effect of turbulence and shear on the flow around square cylinders has been investigated (i) for models without a free end at incidence a in the range 00<a< 45 0 for models with and without end plates and, (ii) for ...
Carbonation of Cement-Solidified Hazardous Waste
(Queen Mary University of London, 1996-12)
Solidification technology can be an effective process for treating a variety of difficult to manage waste materials containing heavy metals prior to reuse or disposal. There are numerous commercial solidification techniques ...
The estates of the Clare Family 1066-1317.
(Queen Mary University of London, 1962)
Throughout the early Middle Ages, the Clare earls of Hertford and. Gloucester were prominent figures on the political scene. Their position as baronial leaders was derived from their landed wealth, and was built up gradually ...
Electrochemistry of aluminium in room temperature A1C13-TMPAC molten salts.
(Queen Mary University of London, 1997)
Aluminium can be electrodeposited on tungsten, aluminium, platinum, nickel and glassy carbon from 2: 1 A1C13-TMPAC (trimethylphenylammonium chloride) molten salts at room temperature. The A1C13-TMPAC melts diluted ...
The history of the iron industry in the Forest of Dean region 1562-1660.
(Queen Mary University of London, 1972)
The indirect process of iron smelting in Britain entered on a period of expansion from the 1540s until 1560 on the Weald., then over the whole country. By 1600 nearly 18,000 tons of pig was made in England and Wales, ...
Application of an automatically designed fuzzy logic decision support system to connection admission control in ATM networks
(Queen Mary University of London, 1996)
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Studies of cartilage degradation in vivo
(Queen Mary University of London, 1985)
A new method has been established to study cartilage breakdown in vivo. Cartilage was implanted into air pouches on the backs of mice or rats and loss of proteoglycan measured biochemically. Using the air pouch it was ...
Natural convection from a vertical plane surface
(Queen Mary University of London, 1966)
Theoretical studies of turbulent natural convection phenomena have for some time been hindered by a lack of any reliable experimental data. The primary objective of this investigation was the provision of such data... ...
Digital signal processing for the detection of hidden objects using an FMCW radar.
(Queen Mary University of London, 1987)
This thesis deals with the detection of hidden objects using a short-range frequency-modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar. The detection is carried out by examining the estimated Power Spectral Density (PSD) functions ...
The visco-elastic properties of the arterial wall.
(Queen Mary University of London, 1960)
The visco-elastic properties of the arterial wail are of importance in determining the behaviour of the circulatory system for the pulse wave is a relatively rapid event. It has been reported that arteries show very little ...