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- 2Atai, Ali Asghar.
- 2Chini, Seyed Farshid
- 2Gopalakrishnan, K. N.
- 2Hay, Andrew Stuart.
- 2Peck, Bill James
Quantification of the loads applied in biomedical applications has the potential to increase patient safety during surgical procedures and to improve the knowledge of the mechanical behavior of biological tissues. To capture the complexity of loads in biological systems, the acquisition of 3D...
A Study on the Microstructure, Rate-Dependent Mechanical Responses, and Failure Mechanisms of a Novel TiAl/Ti3Al-Al2O3 CermetDownload
Detailed characterization and experimental studies have been carried out on a novel self-propagating high-temperature synthesized (γ + α2) – TiAl/Ti3Al-Al2O3 cermet to investigate the microstructure, rate-dependent mechanical response, and rate-dependent failure mechanisms under uniaxial...
A Techno-Economic Assessment of Sustainable Large Scale Hydrogen Production from Renewable and Non-Renewable SourcesDownload
In recent times, the imperative to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that emanate from a multitude of sectors in the global energy economy has achieved unprecedented and widespread consensus. Depending on the energy resource and method used to produce hydrogen, it offers a compelling...
The greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions footprint of Alberta’s oil sands industry is one of the industry’s most arduous environmental challenges. Alberta’s oil sands industry uses chemicals such as diluent to reduce the viscosity of bitumen to ease its transportation through pipelines. The oil sands...
A comparative assessment of fast pyrolysis, hydrothermal liquefaction, and intermediate pyrolysis to produce value-added products from municipal solid wasteDownload
The increasing complexity in municipal solid waste (MSW) streams along with the growing waste-to-product market call for innovative and flexible technologies that can efficiently process MSW streams into value-added products. One of these value-added products is transportation fuels; producing...