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  • NRN038 - A new Jameson-Schmidt-Turkel Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm for large strain explicit fast dynamics

    Science Direct

    • Modelling

    This paper presents a new Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) computational framework for large strain explicit solid dynamics.

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  • NRN141 Flow and Transformation in Porous Media

    Frontiers in Physics

    • Materials

    This Research Topic Ebook presents current research illustrating the depth and breadth of ongoing work in the field of flow and transformation in porous media through 15 papers by 72 authors from around the world. The body of work highlights the challenges posed by the vast range of length- and time-scales over which subsurface flow processes occur

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  • NRN062 The separated electric and magnetic field responses of luminescent bacteria exposed to pulsed microwave irradiation

    Applied Physics Letters

    • Sensors and Devices, 
    • Knowledge Transfer

    NRN Researchers have recently discovered the effects electric fields of microwaves have upon a living organism, Vibro Fisheri. The discovery has opened up the question as to what effect these transmissions, emitted by mobile and wifi devices, could be posing to our health.

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  • NRNC20 Probabilistic wind power forecasting and its application in the scheduling of gas-fired generators

    Science Direct

    • Sensors and Devices, 
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    This paper presents a methodology for producing wind power forecast scenarios. Using historical wind power time series data and the Kernel Density Estimator (KDE), probabilistic wind power forecast scenarios were generated according to a rolling process.

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  • NRN024 - Intra-cavity chromatic dispersion impacts on 10Gb/s optical OFDM transmissions over 25km dual-RSOA-based self-seeded PON systems

    • Sensors and Devices, 
    • Modelling

    In this paper, based on our recently reported real-time dual-reflective semiconductor optical amplifier (RSOA)- based self-seeded adaptive optical orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OOFDM) transmitters, detailed experimental explorations are undertaken.

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