THE FEASIBILITY OF THE SUSTAINABLE RE-DEVELOPMENT OF UNIVERSITY PLAZA
<p>This paper investigates the feasibility of the construction of a
sustainable mixed-use development from a 1950's commercial plaza. The
specific commercial plaza under investigation was University Plaza in
Lithium Niobate MEMS Device by Picosecond Laser Machining
<p> Lithium niobate has interesting characteristics such as the electro-optic effect, the acousto-optic effect, piezoelectricity and large nonlinear optical coefficients. Potential applications in MEMS field could be explored if microstructures...
REGULARIZATION OF THE BACKWARDS KURAMOTO-SIVASHINSKY EQUATION
<p>We are interested in backward-in-time solution techniques for evolutionary PDE problems
arising in fluid mechanics. In addition to their intrinsic interest, such techniques have
applications in recently proposed retrograde data...
Performance and Reaction Mechanisms of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes Fabricated by the Impregnation Method
<p> The exploration of cathode materials and fabrication methods plays an important role in the development of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology. The objective of this study is first to optimize the cathode microstr...
Kinetics of CO/CO2 Reaction with MnOx/TiOx-CaO-SiO2 Slags
<p> Knowledge of the interfacial reactions between CO/CO2 and transition metal oxide containing slags is more important to understand various metallurgical processes. The present research studied the kinetics of reaction between CO...
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