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  • Tibial-fibular geometry and density variations associated with elevated bone strain and sex disparities in young active adults 

    Bruce, Olivia L; Baggaley, Michael; Khassetarash, Arash; Haider, Ifaz T; Edwards, W Brent (Elsevier, Kinesiology, Schulich School of Engineering, Other, https://www.elsevier.com/about/policies/sharing, acceptedVersion, 2022-05-20)
    Tibial stress fracture is a common injury in runners and military personnel. Elevated bone strain is believed to be associated with the development of stress fractures and is influenced by bone geometry and density. The ...
  • A statistical shape model of the tibia-fibula complex: sexual dimorphism and effects of age on reconstruction accuracy from anatomical landmarks 

    Bruce, Olivia L; Baggaley, Michael; Welte, Lauren; Rainbow, Michael J; Edwards, W Brent (Kinesiology, Schulich School of Engineering, Other, acceptedVersion, 2021-11-03)
    A statistical shape model was created for a young adult population and used to predict tibia and fibula geometries from bony landmarks. Reconstruction errors with respect to CT data were quantified and compared to isometric ...
  • Threshold behavior of local gradient Richardson number in strongly stratified nonequilibrium turbulence 

    Zhou, Qi (American Physical Society, Schulich School of Engineering, Civil Engineering, University of Calgary, https://journals.aps.org/authors/funder-compliance-support, publishedVersion, 2022-10-20)
    In this paper we examine the possible self-organization of strongly stratified turbulence around a local critical state by analyzing a data set of a numerically simulated stratified turbulent wake. To facilitate the analysis, ...
  • Method of Generating Unique Elementary Circuit Topologies Méthode de génération de topologies de circuits élémentaires uniques 

    Shahhosseini, Delaram; Zailer, Eugene; Behjat, Laleh; Belostotski, Leonid (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, https://journals.ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/become-an-ieee-journal-author/publishing-ethics/guidelines-and-policies/post-publication-policies/#accepted, acceptedVersion, 2018-01)
    Designing analog circuits with new topologies is often very challenging, as it requires not only circuit design expertise but also an intuition of how various elementary circuits may work when put together to form a larger ...
  • Planning Delivery-by-Drone Micro-Fulfilment Centres 

    Lamb, Jacob (Schulich School of Engineering, Civil Engineering, submittedVersion, 2022-07-25)
    Delivery drones are a disruptive technology that is spurring logistics system change, such as the adoption of urban micro-fulfilment centres (MFCs). In this paper, we develop and implement a two-stage continuum approximation ...
  • Protocol for a scoping review of precision technologies for cattle monitoring 

    Besler, Brendon; Mojabi, Pedram; Murphy, James E; Wang, Zefang; Baker, Ryan; Pearson, Jennifer; Fear, Elise (Libraries and Cultural Resources, Schulich School of Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary, 2022-07-20)
    Livestock farming has increased in complexity considerably due to the increased demand for animal products combined with a decreasing number of farmers and ranchers. To meet this challenge, Precision Livestock Farming (PLF) ...
  • A collaborative autoethnographic analysis of industry-academia collaboration for software engineering education development 

    Marasco, Emily; Barcomb, Ann; Dwomoh, Gloria; Eguia, Daniel; Jaffary, Abbas; Johnson, Garth; Leonard, Lance; Shupe, Ryan (Canadian Engineering Education Association, Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, Aalborg University, Arch Systems, Independent, Cascade DAFO, 2022-06)
    As engineering educators seek to prepare students for future careers, it can be challenging to keep course materials current with industry practices and knowledge. Students also often experience a disconnect between their ...
  • Evolution of Rayleigh-Taylor instability at the interface between a granular suspension and a clear fluid 

    Guo, Junwei; Zhou, Qi; Wong, Ron C.-K. (American Institute of Physics, Schulich School of Engineering, Civil Engineering, University of Calgary, https://publishing.aip.org/resources/researchers/rights-and-permissions/sharing-content-online/, acceptedVersion, 2022-06-19)
    We report the characteristics of Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities (RTI) occurring at the interface between a suspension of granular particles and a clear fluid. The time evolution of these instabilities is studied numerically ...
  • Combining Multichannel RSSI and Vision with Artificial Neural Networks to Improve BLE Trilateration 

    Naghdi, Sharareh; O'Keefe, Kyle (MDPI, Schulich School of Engineering, Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary, https://www.mdpi.com/about/openaccess, publishedVersion, 2022-06-07)
    The demands for accurate positioning and navigation applications in complex indoor environments such as emergency call positioning, fire-fighting services, and rescue operations are increasing continuously. Indoor positioning ...
  • Automated Noise-Parameter Measurements of Cryogenic LNAs 

    Sheldon, Alexander; Belostotski, Leonid; Mani, Hamdi; Groppi, Christopher E.; Warnick, Karl F. (IEEE, Schulich School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, https://conferences.ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/get-published/post-your-paper/, acceptedVersion, 2021-06-25)
    This paper addresses the need for measured cryogenic noise parameters. The measurement process is discussed and an analysis of the measurement uncertainty is performed. To verify proper operation of the measurement system, ...

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