899 Works

Knowledge Distribution Catalogue

Martin Hill
A web-browsable catalogue of characteristics of knowledge distribution (html file).

A CSV table of the catalogues; each row is a characteristic identified by the 'index term' (first column). Super characteristics (ie parents) are given in the second column. Synonym terms in the third for searches. A one-line summary for skim reading is given in the fourth column. The 'comment' column describes the characteristic, linking to other catalogue characteristics using curly brackets to surround their index term,...

Rapid Monitoring of Bioaerosols from industrial, rural and urban environments

Sonia Garcia Alcega, Frederic Coulon & Sean Tyrrel
•Sampling at constant flow rate and varying sampling time: - does not affect in presence/absence of MVOCs (70% similarity) - There is large difference in abundance (ng.m-3), (20% similarity). • Sampling at different flow rates and varying sampling time affects both peak detection and concentration.

Results from deep learning tests using balanced databases for the classification of paper and cardboard materials.

Carlos Vrancken, Stuart Wagland & Philip Longhurst
For methodology used to obtain these results please refer to the publication: "Deep learning in material recovery: Development of method to create training database".
These results were obtained using grayscale version of the images.
The "Balanced dataset - classification results" spreadsheet includes:

Sheet 1 - classification results when classifying 3 classes of fibre materials using increasing number of samples per class in a balanced training dataset
Sheet 2 - classification results when using a balanced dataset with 5,000 training...

Results from deep learning tests using balanced databases for the classification of paper and cardboard materials.

Carlos Vrancken, Stuart Wagland & Philip Longhurst
For methodology used to obtain these results please refer to the publication: "Deep learning in material recovery: Development of method to create training database".
These results were obtained using grayscale version of the images.
The "Balanced dataset - classification results" spreadsheet includes:

Sheet 1 - classification results when classifying 3 classes of fibre materials using increasing number of samples per class in a balanced training dataset
Sheet 2 - classification results when using a balanced dataset with 5,000 training...

Supporting data for "A framework to estimate the cost of No-Fault Found events"

John Ahmet Erkoyuncu, Rajkumar Roy, Samir Khan & Syed Mohammed Fazal Hussain
The files cover: the questionnaire used, the input data requirements, and a presentation containing further data and supporting information that went into the modelling in the paper "A framework to estimate the cost of No-Fault Found events".

Corrosion resistant coatings for concentrated solar power

Sarah Yasir
Poster presented at Cranfield University’s 2019 Manufacturing Doctoral Community event.

[Cranfield DrivAer] CAD_Pack_3 Mirrors

Renan Francisco Soares, Kevin Garry & Jenny Holt
Mirrors CAD Pack (35% scaled-version), including:
1. DrivAer - Mirrors (base plate only) (woM):DrivAer mirrors, base plate only.
2. DrivAer - Mirrors (standard) (wM):DrivAer mirrors, standard version.

CAD files available in IGS, STEP, STL, and Parasolid formats. All geometries are provided in [mm].

Notation:(woM) = without external mirrors.(wM) = with external mirrors.

-------------------------------------------------CAD designed and uploaded by:Renan F Soares - PhD in AerospaceApplied Aerodynamics GroupCranfield University, United Kingdom

Data underpinning “Investigation of post-weld rolling methods to reduce residual stress and distortion”

Paul Colegrove & Daniel Cozzolino
Data set containing the results from models that predict residual stress and distortion after rolling.

Case Study Database

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley, Richard Court & Matt Wright
Database of Case Studies Analysed

Searching for High Density Material in Cargo Containers Using Gravity Gradiometry

David Leahy
Poster presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Imaging cargo containers at ports in this country is an important task, especially if they are being checked for possible fissile material. Some detection methods cannot be used as they are too destructive. A possible alternative is the use of gravity gradiometry - a non-destructive sensing technique which can provide better resolution than straightforward gravity readings, with the trade-off being less penetration power. The resulting inverse...

Network on consumer goods, big data and re-distributed Manufacturing - RECODE Network

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley & Ashutosh Tiwari
This document is a compilation of the work conducted as part of the RECODE Network.

Volatile fingerprinting of potato rots during cold storage

Maria Gutierrez Pozo
Poster presented at the Cranfield Doctoral Network Annual Event 2018. Winner of the best poster presentation.

Potato is one of the main food crops in the world after rice, maize and wheat. Half of it is sold as a fresh product for immediate use, while the rest is stored at cold temperatures (4-10oC) for up to 10 months. Storage is a dynamic situation where all environmental factors, mainly temperature (4-10oC) and relative humidity (95-98%), need to...

Towards Determining Wall Properties with Bistatic Radar

James Elgy, Daniel Andre, Ivor Morrow & Mark Finnis
Poster presented at the 2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Remote sensing techniques to gather information about building structure and interiors are of significant interest for both military and civilian applications. Radar offers an attractive approach due its long-range, all-weather and non-destructive through-wall sensing nature. Radar however, is affected by the electrical properties of the medium the electromagnetic waves are passing through. For through-wall Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), this leads to a defocusing and a distortion...

2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS16) in conjunction with DSTL and AWE: symposium outputs

Cranfield University
This collection showcases outputs from the second Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium, hosted at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom by Cranfield University in association with Dstl. It is the only UK conference to provide research students and early career researchers in defence and security with an opportunity to present their work to a sector-wide audience. Covering both technology and social sciences research, contributions include technical papers, a 3MT (three minute thesis) competition, a...

109 um LPG transmission spectra in air and water

Jerome.Hallett15@Imperial.Ac.Uk
Transmission spectra (recorded as described in linked paper) of an 109 um LPG with air and water as the surrounding medium.

Dataset for the publication: "Coupon scale Z-pinned IM7/8552 delamination tests under dynamic loading"

Hao Cui, Stephen R. Hallett;, Yusuf Mahadik, Ivana K. Patridge, Giuliano Allegri, Sathiskumar Anusuya Ponnusami & Nik Petrinic
Datasets for a paper published in Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compositesa.2019.105565

The quasi-static tests were done at velocity of around 0.01mm/sDynamic tests were conducted at norminal velocity of around 4m/s, some of the WDCB tests were done at 7m/s.

Model validation data for 'Multi-temperature state-dependent equivalent circuit discharge model for lithium-sulfur batteries'

Daniel Auger, Abbas Fotouhi & Stefano Longo
This fileset contains the experimental data used for model validation in the paper 'Multi-temperature state-dependent equivalent circuit discharge model for lithium-sulfur batteries' accepted by the Journal of Power Sources on July 23, 2016.

The data files can be opened with MATLAB R2016a.

Gender Diversity Index - preliminary considerations and results

Anne Laure Humbert & Elisabeth Gunther
In this report we outline the preliminary concept for the Gender Diversity Index.

Where’s Oxygen!

Akhil Kallepalli
3MT presented at the 2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
May it be diagnostic medicine or surgical assistance, oxygen perfusion determination is one of the primary indicators of healthy tissue. In this talk, I will be discussing the utility and applications of non-contact oxygen estimation.

Ecosystem services from combined natural and engineered water and wastewater treatment - Data accompanying the manuscript published in Ecological Engineering journal

Joanna Zawadzka, Elaine Gallagher, Heather Smith & Ronald Corstanje
This data repository contains the spatially explicit results generated during the research described in the manuscript. The methods used to obtain these results are described in detail in the manuscript and supplementary materials associated with the text. The contents of the zipped folders is as follows:- ESS_RBF.zip, ESS_MARSAT.zip, ESS_CW.zip - maps in ESRI shapefile format showing the distribution of the Site/Off-site ratio values across the entire modelling catchments, corresponding to the Figures 4-6 in the...

A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM TO IMPROVE SERVICE QUALITY IN MULTIMODAL RAPID RAIL SYSTEMS: A BAYESIAN PERSPECTIVE

Seda Yanik, Emel Aktas & Y Ilker Topcu
Presentation of the work in the 41st International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering

Poster presentation: Ultra-precision control of a reel-to-reel process

Andrew Graham, Paul Morantz & Paul Comley
Poster presentation of research work at the EPSRC Centre for innovative manufacturing in ultra precision.

Laser speckle velocimetry for robot manufacturing

Tom Charrett, Yashwanth Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart Williams & Ralph Tatam
Data files associated with SPIE Optical Metrology, Munich 2017 paper:
Thomas O. H. Charrett ; Yashwanth K. Bandari ; Florent Michel ; Jialuo Ding ; Stewart W. Williams ; Ralph P. Tatam; Laser speckle velocimetry for robot manufacturing. Proc. SPIE 10329, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection X, 103291Z (June 26, 2017); doi:10.1117/12.2269989

Circularity: Bridging the Gap

Okechukwu Okorie
3 Minute Thesis presented at the Cranfield Doctoral Network Annual Event 2018.
The world economy is only 9.1% circular leaving a vast “Circularity Gap”. The linear economy model favored by economies is characterized by resource scarcity, price inflation and degraded ecosystems. Implementing remanufacturing as a circular approach is a viable way to prolong the useful life of an end-of-use product or its parts, conserving the raw material content and the value added during the processes required...

Registration Year

  • 2016
    131
  • 2017
    241
  • 2018
    378
  • 2019
    149

Resource Types

  • Collection
    302
  • Dataset
    232
  • Image
    139
  • Audiovisual
    125
  • Text
    69
  • Other
    16
  • Software
    16