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- 10John A. Nychka
- 1A Udovichenko, BA Fleck, T Weis, L Zhong
- 1Artur Udovichenko, Lexuan Zhong
- 1Eric R. Chan
- 1G Zhang, A Peyravi, Z Hashisho, Z Sun, Y Liu, S Zheng, L Zhong
- 1G Zhang, Y Liu, Z Hashisho, Z Sun, S Zheng, L Zhong
- 6Materials Science and Engineering
- 4Engineering Education
- 3Case Studies
- 2Failure Analysis
Materials engineers specialize in knowing which materials to use in different applications, why certain materials should be used, how to make materials, how to test and characterize materials, and how to design and test new materials. Successful application of such knowledge leads to safe,...
This is not a formal history of the Athlone Fellowship, but a work of reflection, collection, and memory recovery. Names, characters, organizations, places, events, and incidents are either extracts of public documents, information gleaned from hours of internet research, and recovery of memories...
Adsorption and photocatalytic degradation performances of TiO2/diatomite composite for volatile organic compounds: Effects of key parametersDownload
The TiO2/diatomite composites with excellent adsorption and photo-degradation performances were leveraged to investigate the influences of calcination temperature and operating factors on their properties. The results showed that the calcination temperature was closely bound up with the...
Ultraviolet photocatalytic oxidation (UV-PCO) is a promising gaseous volatile organic compounds (VOCs) elimination method, of which the PCO kinetics are closely related to the radiation and airflow (contaminants) fields. Mathematical models have been developed in extensive studies to demonstrate...
This document has the following learning outcomes: be able to 1) define and 2) discern between the terms below; 3) practically identify the terms as used in examples (written and verbal communication); and 4) apply the use of the concepts appropriately in communication: Description, Expression,...
CGU-HS Committee on River Ice Processes and the Environment Course Notes for Short Course on River Ice ModellingDownload
Course notes including detailed instructions for the short course on river ice modelling that was held as part of the Committee on River Ice Processes and Environment's Workshop on the Hydraulics of Ice-Covered Rivers on Canmore in July 2023. Topics covered include a brief introduction to river...
Excessive speeding is a global problem experienced on roads all around the world. The impacts of this behavior on the safety of all road users have led many jurisdictions to adopt more significant sanctions when dealing with such offenders. This paper assesses the impacts of adopting more...
No design is perfect; all designs have a probability of failure and an associated risk. To prevent failure, or at least reduce it dramatically, there are varieties of techniques that may be employed during and after the design stage. Such methods are briefly described herein.