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Tematyka Prac Dyplomowych Dla Studentów Wydziału Mechaniczno-Energetycznego Pwr., Wojciech M. Budzianowski 2014 Wroclaw University of Technology

Tematyka Prac Dyplomowych Dla Studentów Wydziału Mechaniczno-Energetycznego Pwr., Wojciech M. Budzianowski

Wojciech Budzianowski

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Tematyka Prac Dyplomowych Dla Studentów Wydziału Chemicznego Pwr., Wojciech M. Budzianowski 2014 Wroclaw University of Technology

Tematyka Prac Dyplomowych Dla Studentów Wydziału Chemicznego Pwr., Wojciech M. Budzianowski

Wojciech Budzianowski

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Mechanika Płynów Lab., Wojciech M. Budzianowski 2014 Wroclaw University of Technology

Mechanika Płynów Lab., Wojciech M. Budzianowski

Wojciech Budzianowski

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Rollover, Drowning, And Discontinuous Retreat: Distinct Modes Of Barrier Response To Sea-Level Rise Arising From A Simple Morphodynamic Model, Jorge Lorenzo Trueba, Andrew Dale Ashton 2014 Montclair State University

Rollover, Drowning, And Discontinuous Retreat: Distinct Modes Of Barrier Response To Sea-Level Rise Arising From A Simple Morphodynamic Model, Jorge Lorenzo Trueba, Andrew Dale Ashton

Department of Earth and Environmental Studies Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

We construct a simple morphodynamic model to investigate the long-term dynamic evolution of a coastal barrier system experiencing sea-level rise. Using a simplified barrier geometry, the model includes a dynamic shoreface profile that can be out of equilibrium and explicitly treats barrier sediment overwash as a flux. With barrier behavior primarily controlled by the maximum potential overwash flux and the rate of shoreface response, the modeled barrier system demonstrates four primary behaviors: height drowning, width drowning, constant landward retreat, and a periodic retreat. Height drowning occurs when overwash fluxes are insufficient to maintain the landward migration rate required to keep ...


Land Use And Climate Variability Amplify Carbon, Nutrient, And Contaminant Pulses: A Review With Management Implications, Sujay S. Kaushal, Peter M. Mayer, Philippe G. Vidon, Rose M. Smith, Micheal J. Pennino, Tamara A. Newcomer, Shuiwang Duan, Claire Welty, Kenneth T. Belt 2014 Associate Professor

Land Use And Climate Variability Amplify Carbon, Nutrient, And Contaminant Pulses: A Review With Management Implications, Sujay S. Kaushal, Peter M. Mayer, Philippe G. Vidon, Rose M. Smith, Micheal J. Pennino, Tamara A. Newcomer, Shuiwang Duan, Claire Welty, Kenneth T. Belt

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Papers

Nonpoint source pollution from agriculture and urbanization is increasing globally at the same time climate extremes have increased in frequency and intensity. We review >200 studies of hydrologic and gaseous fluxes and show how the interaction between land use and climate variability alters magnitude and frequency of carbon, nutrient, and greenhouse gas pulses in watersheds. Agricultural and urban watersheds respond similarly to climate variability due to headwater alteration and loss of ecosystem services to buffer runoff and temperature changes. Organic carbon concentrations/exports increase and organic carbon quality changes with runoff. Nitrogen and phosphorus exports increase during floods (sometimes by ...


Bio-Inspired Surface Engineering For Hydrophobicity, Hua Guo 2014 Edith Cowan University

Bio-Inspired Surface Engineering For Hydrophobicity, Hua Guo

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

Highly evolved, efficient and sophisticated biological systems can be used as models for scientific innovations. This research explored specific surface structures on plant leaves with respect to their hydrophobicity in the context of the often arid Australian climate. The relationships between leaf surface structures and their hydrophobicity could inform the making of artificial surfaces with specially designed hydrophobicity.

Moderate hydrophobicity and strong surface adhesion were discovered on many study plant leaves. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) revealed that their surface morphologies could be categorized into four groups while their water-repellent mechanisms were considered at an individual species level. Specifically, physical models ...


Epistasis In Predator-Prey Relationships, Iuliia Inozemtseva 2014 Georgia Southern University

Epistasis In Predator-Prey Relationships, Iuliia Inozemtseva

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Epistasis is the interaction between two or more genes to control a single phenotype. We model epistasis of the prey in a two-locus two-allele problem in a basic predator- prey relationship. The resulting model allows us to examine both population sizes as well as genotypic and phenotypic frequencies. In the context of several numerical examples, we show that if epistasis results in an undesirable or desirable phenotype in the prey by making the particular genotype more or less susceptible to the predator or dangerous to the predator, elimination of undesirable phenotypes and then genotypes occurs.


New Research On Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, Florentin Smarandache, Mumtaz Ali, Muhammad Shabir 2014 University of New Mexico

New Research On Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures, Florentin Smarandache, Mumtaz Ali, Muhammad Shabir

Mathematics and Statistics Faculty and Staff Publications

In this book, we define several new neutrosophic algebraic structures and their related properties. The main focus of this book is to study the important class of neutrosophic rings such as neutrosophic LA-semigroup ring, neutrosophic loop ring, neutrosophic groupoid ring and so on. We also construct their generalization in each case to study these neutrosophic algebraic structures in a broader sense. The indeterminacy element “ I “ gives rise to a more bigger algebraic structure than the classical algebraic structures. It mainly classifies the algebraic structures in three categories: such as neutrosophic algebraic structures, strong neutrosophic algebraic structures, and classical algebraic structures ...


Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 3, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed. 2013 Columbia College Chicago

Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 3, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed.

Douglas R Jones

This is the third in a series of seven articles written by Richard C. Heyser in 1983. Heyser originally intended to publish this work in AUDIO magazine. This updated version has been edited and annotated by Douglas R. Jones.


Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 1 And 2, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed. 2013 Columbia College Chicago

Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 1 And 2, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed.

Douglas R Jones

These are the first two in a series of seven articles written by Richard C. Heyser in 1983. Heyser originally intended to publish this work in AUDIO magazine. This updated version has been edited and annotated by Douglas R. Jones.


Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 4, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed. 2013 Columbia College Chicago

Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 4, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed.

Douglas R Jones

This is the fourth in a series of seven articles written by Richard C. Heyser in 1983. Heyser originally intended to publish this work in AUDIO magazine. This updated version has been edited and annotated by Douglas R. Jones.


Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 5, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed. 2013 Columbia College Chicago

Unpublished Writings From Audio Magazine: Proposed Series Chapter 5, Richard C. Heyser, Douglas R. Jones Ed.

Douglas R Jones

This is the fifth in a series of seven articles written by Richard C. Heyser in 1983. Heyser originally intended to publish this work in AUDIO magazine. This updated version has been edited and annotated by Douglas R. Jones.


Thinking Aloud In The Science Classroom: Can A Literacy Strategy Increase Student Learning In Science?, Lindsey Joan Mockel 2013 Portland State University

Thinking Aloud In The Science Classroom: Can A Literacy Strategy Increase Student Learning In Science?, Lindsey Joan Mockel

Dissertations and Theses

This research study investigated the effect of using the think aloud protocol while reading informational text on students' ability to learn from text in a secondary science classroom. The participants in this study were high school students (n=47) in three classes of a mixed-grade Integrated Biology, Chemistry, and Physics course. The study tracked student achievement during a four-week curriculum unit on the theory of evolution and evidence for biological evolution. All students received instruction on using the think aloud protocol, and all students practiced the think aloud protocol when reading short articles related to scientific evidence for evolution. The ...


Accuracy Analysis Of Parallel Method Based On Non-Overlapping Domain Decomposition Method, Moonho Tak, Yooseob Song, Hye-Kwan Jeon, Taehyo Park 2013 Hanyang University

Accuracy Analysis Of Parallel Method Based On Non-Overlapping Domain Decomposition Method, Moonho Tak, Yooseob Song, Hye-Kwan Jeon, Taehyo Park

Civil Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations

In this paper, an accuracy analysis of parallel method based on non-overlapping domain decomposition method is carried out. In this approach, proposed by Tak et al.(2013), the decomposed subdomains do not overlap each other and the connection between adjacent subdomains is determined via simple connective finite element named interfacial element. This approach has two main advantages. The first is that a direct method such as gauss elimination is available even in a singular problem because the singular stiffness matrix from floating domain can be converted to invertible matrix by assembling the interfacial element. The second is that computational time ...


Air-Quality And Climatic Consequences Of Bioenergy Crop Cultivation, William Christian Porter 2013 Portland State University

Air-Quality And Climatic Consequences Of Bioenergy Crop Cultivation, William Christian Porter

Dissertations and Theses

Bioenergy is expected to play an increasingly significant role in the global energy budget. In addition to the use of liquid energy forms such as ethanol and biodiesel, electricity generation using processed energy crops as a partial or full coal alternative is expected to increase, requiring large-scale conversions of land for the cultivation of bioenergy feedstocks such as cane, grasses, or short rotation coppice. With land-use change identified as a major contributor to changes in the emission of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs), many of which are known contributors to the pollutants ozone (O3) and fine particulate matter (PM ...


Uranian Moon Investigation With “Hitchhiker” Small Spacecraft, Jeremy Straub, Tyler Hill, Josh Berk, Nick Long 2013 SelectedWorks

Uranian Moon Investigation With “Hitchhiker” Small Spacecraft, Jeremy Straub, Tyler Hill, Josh Berk, Nick Long

Jeremy Straub

This poster presents a mission concept for exploring the Uranian moon system utilizing two 6-U (30 cm x 20 cm x 10 cm, 8 kg) CubeSat spacecraft which will be deployed from and relay their communications to Earth through a primary spacecraft. This primary spacecraft, part of the Gap- Based Expanding Outer Region Geophysical Explorer (GEORGE) Mission, will initially work in concert with the 6-U CubeSats to create a gravity map of Uranus. Once this is completed, the spacecraft will re-dock so that the primary craft can move the two 6-U CubeSats to their orbit around Miranda to perform imaging ...


Investigating Uranus With George: The Gap-Based Expanding Outer Region Geophysical Explorer Mission, Jeremy Straub, Josh Berk, Tyler Hill, Nick Long 2013 SelectedWorks

Investigating Uranus With George: The Gap-Based Expanding Outer Region Geophysical Explorer Mission, Jeremy Straub, Josh Berk, Tyler Hill, Nick Long

Jeremy Straub

This paper presents an overview of a two-part mission to Uranus and its moons. Key questions about the Uranian system remain unanswered which can and should be resolved by this mission. These include gaining an understanding about the offset of Uranus’s magnetic field and its axial tilt. Additional details about the composition and formation of Uranus’s moons are also desired. The mission will be comprised of a primary craft and three 6-U CubeSats. The CubeSats will initially be deployed in Uranian orbit to perform a characterization of the gravity field of the planet. They will then be moved ...


Acceptance Of The Autonomy Required For Interplanetary Small Spacecraft Missions By The Scientists Who Will Use The Data, Jeremy Straub 2013 SelectedWorks

Acceptance Of The Autonomy Required For Interplanetary Small Spacecraft Missions By The Scientists Who Will Use The Data, Jeremy Straub

Jeremy Straub

Small spacecraft operating at a distance from Earth are constrained by communications in several ways. The delay between message trans- mission, receipt at Earth, and eventual receipt of a reply can be significant. Further, gain and transmission power limitations (introduced by spacecraft form factor constraints and the resulting limitation on antenna size and power generation capabilities) constrain the amount of data that can be sent and received. This drives a need for mission autonomy: a requirement that the spacecraft be able to manage its own operations and choose the data that it should collect and transmit, based on high-level instructions ...


Hilbert Space Theory And Applications In Basic Quantum Mechanics, Matthew Gagne 2013 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Hilbert Space Theory And Applications In Basic Quantum Mechanics, Matthew Gagne

Mathematics

We explore the basic mathematical physics of quantum mechanics. Our primary focus will be on Hilbert space theory and applications as well as the theory of linear operators on Hilbert space. We show how Hermitian operators are used to represent quantum observables and investigate the spectrum of various linear operators. We discuss deviation and uncertainty and briefly suggest how symmetry and representations are involved in quantum theory.


Scalars And Generating Bases For The Module Of Splines With Boundary Conditions C(R;0)(I, Gordon Michael Jones 2013 Syracuse University

Scalars And Generating Bases For The Module Of Splines With Boundary Conditions C(R;0)(I, Gordon Michael Jones

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

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