935 Works

Data for 'The potential for using smartphones as portable soil nutrient analyzers on suburban farms in central East China' paper

Karolina Golicz, Ruben Sakrabani, Stephen Hallett & Genxing Pan
The data presented in the spreadsheet underpins 'The potential for using smartphones as portable soil nutrient analyzers on suburban farms in central East China' paper published in Scientific Reports. Each tab corresponds to particular figure and/or table presented in the paper.

Forensic Signatures of Nuclear Materials Processing

Nathan Thompson
Poster presented at the 2018 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
The field of nuclear forensics has been noted of relevance in the effort to tackle illicit trafficking of nuclear material. Forensic signatures can be considered a ‘fingerprint’ of the material, obtained by analytical methods such as X-Ray diffraction spectroscopy (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The forensic signatures obtained from characterising nuclear material may help to determine the origin and processing conditions of the sample. The...

Ultra-thin electrospun nano-fibres for damage tolerant composite laminates

Donglan An, Saeid Lotfian, Daria Mesbah, David Ayre, Ata Yoosefinejad, Vijay Kumar & Hamed Yazdani Nezhad
Raw data and calculation of Mode-I fracture toughness at initiation and propagation for different densities of electrospun nanofibres embedded for toughening of composite laminates

Aquifer parameters deduced from pumping tests in Kenyan sand dams

Ken Rushton
Pumping tests have been used to determine aquifer parameters in three sand dams in Kenya.

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...

Utilising Synthetic Aperture Radar Data-dome Collections for Building Feature Analysis

Brandon Corbett
Technical paper presented at the 2018 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Low-frequency synthetic aperture radar (LF-SAR) is a remote sensing measurement technique that can aid in covert intelligence gathering capabilities for detecting concealed targets in building, and obscured phenomena in general. The Airbus Defence and Space Ltd LF-SAR data dome project has provided a coherently collected three-dimensional data set using airborne circular SAR (CSAR) trajectories, with the potential of providing volumetric SAR imagery of obscured regions...

The Impact Game - cards

Georgina Parsons & Emma Turner
Question cards used in the Impact! Game created by Cranfield University Library Services in 2017-18.
Feedback or suggestions welcome to e.turner@cranfield.ac.uk.
See link in 'References' for the collection of Impact Game materials.
Version 2: this version of the spreadsheet contains additional questions and is arranged in three sections to aid the creation of a generic game suitable for any institution:1. Cranfield-specific questions;2. Generic versions of those Cranfield questions;3. Questions suitable for both Cranfield and non-Cranfield card packs.
Versions 3,...

The Impact Game - cards

Georgina Parsons & Emma Turner
Question cards used in the Impact! Game created by Cranfield University Library Services in 2017-18.
Feedback or suggestions welcome to e.turner@cranfield.ac.uk.
See link in 'References' for the collection of Impact Game materials.
Version 2: this version of the spreadsheet contains additional questions and is arranged in three sections to aid the creation of a generic game suitable for any institution:1. Cranfield-specific questions;2. Generic versions of those Cranfield questions;3. Questions suitable for both Cranfield and non-Cranfield card packs.
Versions 3,...

The Impact Game - cards

Georgina Parsons & Emma Turner
Question cards used in the Impact! Game created by Cranfield University Library Services in 2017-18.
Feedback or suggestions welcome to e.turner@cranfield.ac.uk.
See link in 'References' for the collection of Impact Game materials.
Version 2: this version of the spreadsheet contains additional questions and is arranged in three sections to aid the creation of a generic game suitable for any institution:1. Cranfield-specific questions;2. Generic versions of those Cranfield questions;3. Questions suitable for both Cranfield and non-Cranfield card packs.
Versions 3,...

Micro-CT scan of medial clavicle

Hannah McGivern
The first stage of this inter-disciplinary doctoral research was to scan a sample of sternal clavicles, to assess changes in the structural and mechanical properties with age, using micro-computed tomography. An image sequence was then generated using ImageJ, which shows the changes in the cross-sectional shape and proportion of cortical to trabecular bone throughout the medial third of one clavicle from the sample analysed during this investigation.

The Nanomembrane Toilet: Membranes for water recovery in decentralised sanitation systems

Farhad Kamranvand
Poster presented at the Cranfield Doctoral Network Annual Event 2018.
In this research, the Nanomembrane Toilet is introduced as a single household sanitation system independent of grid produced power. To address paucity of information on super-concentrated wastewater characterisation, chemical oxygen demand (COD), ammoniacal nitrogen, and E.Coli bacteria are analysed in the wastewater storage tank. A small-scale combustor is developed (Onabanjo et al., 2016) to operate on the faecal sludge phase, producing low-grade heat that is used...

SME-Oriented Collaborative Customer Insights Platform for user-driven RdM (SOC-UDRdM)

Ying Liu & Liangxiu Han
This is one of five reports created as part of the feasibility studies conducted by the RECODE Network

Risk assessments, quality protocols and other publically-available research reports supporting the risk estimates presented in "Environmental International Risk assessments for quality-assured, source-segregated composts and anaerobic digestates for a circular bioeconomy in the UK".

Simon Pollard, Philip Longhurst, Raffaella Villa, Ruben Sakrabani, Paul Leinster & Sean Tyrrel
Longhurst et al. (2019) Environment International. Risk assessments for quality-assured, source-segregated composts and anaerobic digestates for a circular bioeconomy in the UK. The publically-available risk assessments, quality protocols and other publically-available research reports supporting the risk estimates presented in this paper (accepted to ENVINT) are collated here.

The Environment International paper reports residual risk estimates and hazard quotients for microbiological and chemical risks in quality-assured composts and digestates prepared under quality protocols from source-segregated biodegradable wastes.
This...

Enhanced CASSI Snapshot Imager Using Dual Prism Dispersion

Mengjia Ding
Poster and 3MT presentation at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.Snapshot Multispectral Imaging has been a highly-efficient technique for remote sensing application in great contrast to the conventional scanning system on the aspect of military target detection, agricultural monitoring and medical examination. Among many snapshot multispectral imagers, Coded Aperture Snapshot Spectral Imager(CASSI) has been introduced for a decade with the exploitation of a simple combination of coded aperture mask and dispersive element to acquire...

2019 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS19) in conjunction with DSTL, AWE and GCHQ: Symposium outputs

Cranfield University
This collection showcases outputs from the fifth Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium, hosted at STEAM: Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon by Cranfield University in association with Dstl, AWE and GCHQ. 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...

Effects of large wood on invertebrate assemblages in the bed of a lowland river using a functional trait approach

Robert Grabowski & Chiara Magliozzi
This data is related to a research project using invertebrate ecological data to investigate functional traits at large wood sites. The research took place in the Hammer Stream, United Kingdom. The data was collected between 2016 and 2017 and available as separate .csv files.
Two types of data are available:
1. Abundances of invertebrates and Traits2 Environmental dataPlease see the "description.txt" and “readme.txt” files for further explanation

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...

Dynamic fiber-optic shape sensing using fiber segment interferometry

Thomas Kissinger, Edmond Chehura, Stephen E. Staines, Stephen W. James & Ralph P. Tatam
Research Data for Paper "Dynamic fibe- optic shape sensing using fiber segment interferometry" by Thomas Kissinger, Edmond Chehura, Stephen E. Staines, Stephen W. James and Ralph P. Tatam, Cranfield University, UK

Thematic Analysis - Final Roadmap

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley, Dorothée BESSIERE & Ashutosh Tiwari
Complete thematic analysis to create the roadmap that sets the vision for the UK's consumer goods industry

Dataset for "Analytical and Numerical Predictions of the Thermal Performance of Multi-Layered Lattice Structures"

Patrick Verdin, Jean Ernot, Ayder Ahmad & Philip Indge
Numerical data corresponding to the paper entitled: "Analytical and Numerical Predictions of the Thermal Performance of Multi-Layered Lattice Structures"

2018 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS18) in conjunction with DSTL and AWE: Symposium outputs

Cranfield University
This collection showcases outputs from the fourth Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium, hosted at STEAM: Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon by Cranfield University in association with Dstl and AWE. 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...

DailyET

Tim Hess
A simple on-screen calculator to calculate daily, or monthly reference evapotranspiration from weather data according to the Penman, Modified Penman (FAO24), Penman Monteith (FAO56) or Hargreaves methods.

Performance and analysis of feature tracking approaches in laser speckle instrumentation

Tom Charrett & Ralph Tatam
Experimental data, processing code, processed results and figures for the paper:
Performance and analysis of feature tracking approaches in laser speckle instrumentationT.O.H Charrett and R.P. TatamSensors 2019, 19(10), 2389; doi:10.3390/s19102389

Studying Knowledge Distribution in Highly Dynamic and Poorly Known Situations

Martin Hill
3MT presented at the 2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
This presentation outlines some of the problems, solutions and mitigations to studying knowledge distribution for the battlefield. It covers identifying, measuring and controlling variables to support experiments and case studies, and the use of ‘experimental method’ to identify ‘sweet spots’ in response surfaces to changing variables. It also offers a software implementation of a distribution simulation.

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