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The continuing interest in Lab-on-a-Chip technologies and Point-of-Care diagnostics systems is driving the development of supporting components for microfluidic regulation. Optimally the microfluidic regulation components would operate cyclically with a minimum input power, could be precisely...
Experimental Study and Numerical Modeling of Diffusion and Reaction Behaviour in Cement-based Composites under Sulphate AttackDownload
This thesis describes several approaches evaluating the resistance of cement-based composites under adverse external-sourced sulfate attack. The conventional approach of evaluation by means of measuring expansion was discussed in comparison with the sulfate diffusion, which was quantified as a...
Finite Element Analysis Model for Determination of In-situ and Mining Induced Stresses as a Function of Two Different Mining Methods Used at Diavik Diamond MineDownload
One of the essential components of the underground excavation design process, which directly influences the performance and stability of underground constructions, is knowledge of the in-situ and mining-induced stress. Knowing the magnitudes and directions of these stresses can help determine...
Erosion along the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh and India leads to both the loss of infrastructure and land, consequently forcing many of those who live along the riverbanks into poverty. Because of the limited availability of hard materials that are traditionally used to protect...
Electric cable (or rope) shovels are critical equipment in the surface mining industry. An improved understanding of the factors that affect the flow of broken material into the dipper during loading can help to evaluate the performance of the excavator, define the criteria for equipment...
The LAB60 simulation is a coupled ocean sea-ice model (NEMO) that uses grid refinement to achieve high resolution (1/60 of a degree) within the Labrador Sea. This simulation starts in 2002 and will cover a period of over 10 years. This video shows our Greenland runoff passive tracer depth...
Geological heterogeneity is often represented by assigning rock properties to grids of different block size. Some geological features are represented as discrete objects at the chosen grid block size and others are represented as continuous properties. There is a transition between the discrete...
Investigating Stress Concentrations near Boreholes in Anisotropic Formations and the Mechanical Behavior of Drilling-induced Tensile FracturesDownload
With the increasing exploitation of unconventional reservoirs, the demands of implementing geomechanics to improve the exploration and development process have been greater than before. Knowledge of in-situ stresses and rock failure mechanisms is key for building a comprehensive geomechanical...
The LAB60 simulation is a coupled ocean sea-ice model (NEMO) that uses grid refinement to achieve high resolution (1/60 of a degree) within the Labrador Sea. This simulation starts in 2002 and will cover a period of over 10 years. This video shows the Irminger Water passive tracer's depth...