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  • X-ray diffraction and TGA kinetic analyses for chemical looping combustion applications 

    Tijani, Mansour Mohammedramadan; Aqsha, Aqsha; Mahinpey, Nader (Elsevier, Schulich School of Engineering, Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, T2N 1N4, Canada, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, 2017-12-19)
    Synthesis and characterization of supported metal-based oxygen carriers were carried out to provide information related to the use of oxygen carriers for chemical looping combustion processes. The Cu, Co, Fe, Ni metals ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 5: Frequency Domain Analysis 

    Gaspard, Adrian; Smith, Michael (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, http://circuitcellar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Authors-Guide-CC-AX-VC.pdf, Pre-print, 2015-11)
    Introduction from periodical article:; Last month we explained how finishing our mobile phone application for identifying community noise nuisance problem had suddenly become a “must complete” project for one of Mike’s ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 3: A Quantitative Ghost Hunting Application 

    Gaspard, Adrian; Smith, Michael (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, Pre-print, 2015-09)
    Introduction to periodical: After CC Issues 300 and 301, we could boast to our local teenager that “WE” have developed an Android application. Last month, CC Issue # we added “just enough additional code” (JEAC) to record ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 4: Time Domain Analysis 

    Gaspard, Adrian; Smith, Michael (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, http://circuitcellar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Authors-Guide-CC-AX-VC.pdf, Pre-print, 2015-10)
    Introduction to periodical article: We have spent the last while working towards a mobile phone application to help identify a local noise nuisance problem. We joked with Mike’s neighbour’s kids that the record and play-back ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 2: An Android Application for Recording Noise Nuisances 

    Gaspard, A; Smith, Michael (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, http://circuitcellar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Authors-Guide-CC-AX-VC.pdf, Pre-print, 2015-08)
    Introduction to periodical: In our last month’s article, CC Issue 300, we light-heartily discussed a supposed back yard BBQ discussion between neighbours about urban noise nuisances. Unfortunately noise nuisances are real ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 2: An Android Application for Recording Noise Nuisances 

    Gaspard, Adrian; Smith, Michael (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, http://circuitcellar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Authors-Guide-CC-AX-VC.pdf, Pre-print, 2015-08)
    Introduction to periodical: In our last month’s article, CC Issue 300, we light-heartily discussed a supposed back yard BBQ discussion between neighbours about urban noise nuisances. Unfortunately noise nuisances are real ...
  • Sound Ecology and Acoustic Health, Part 1: Developing a basic Android Application 

    Gaspard, Adrian; Smith, Michael; Lepine, Nicholas (Circuit Cellar, Kick Media Corporation, U. S. A., Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, http://circuitcellar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Authors-Guide-CC-AX-VC.pdf, Pre-print, 2015-07)
    Introduction to periodical article: A background level of urban noise is, unfortunately, one of those inconveniences that we must put up with to live in a community. You and your neighbour can sympathize with each other ...
  • Fluorescent polycatecholamine nanostructures as a versatile probe for multiphase systems 

    Ozhukil Kollath, Vinayaraj; Derakhshandeh, Maziar; Mudigonda, Thanmayee; Islam, Muhammad Naoshad; Trifkovic, Milana; Karan, Kunal; Mayer, Francis D. (RSC Advances, Schulich School of Engineering, Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary, http://www.rsc.org/journals-books-databases/open-access/gold-open-access/, Publisher's version, 2018-09-13)
    Shape and size controlled nanostructures are critical for nanotechnology and have versatile applications in understanding interfacial phenomena of various multi-phase systems. Facile synthesis of fluorescent nanostructures ...
  • Implementation of General Dispersive Anisotropic Materials in Lebedev FDTD 

    Salmasi, Mahbod; Potter, Michael E.; Okoniewski, Michal M. (IEEE, Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, https://ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/publish-with-ieee/author-education-resources/guidelines-and-policies/policy-posting-your-article/, Publisher's version, 2018-09-17)
    A variant of the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) algorithm - the Lebedev FDTD method - is augmented to allow for the simulation of electromagnetic waves in general dispersive anisotropic materials. Distinct dispersions ...
  • Minimally actuated walking: Identifying core challenges to economical legged locomotion reveals novel solutions 

    Schroeder, Ryan T.; Bertram, John Edward Arthur (Frontiers Media, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, https://www.frontiersin.org/about/author-guidelines#OpenAccess, 2018-05-22)
    Terrestrial organisms adept at locomotion employ strut-like legs for economical and robust movement across the substrate. Although it is relatively easy to observe and analyze details of the solutions these organic systems ...

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