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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.

A Paradigm Shift Toward Zero Accident

Amirmasoud Soltani
Presented at the "Future of Transportation" World Conference, July 2017, Cologne, Germany.

Optimised accelerated solvent extraction of hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5 triazine (RDX) from polymer bonded explosives

Melissa Ladyman, Nathalie Mai, Tracey Temple & Frederic Coulon
Raw HPLC data and calibration curves used to determine extraction efficiency of varying methods.
The analysed data and produced graphs are also given. Numbers given are for % recovery of explosive (RDX or HMX) by extraction method/ optimized condition (ASE/ Sohxlet).

Shoe Lab

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley, Nick Liddell, Daniel Keely, Oscar Ponte, Debra Widjaja, Elodie Aubanel & Tobiloba Faulkner
This project was produced in collaboration between Cisco, Cranfield University and brand consultancy The Clearing. It Builds on research carried out by RECODE-NETWORK identifying and evaluating the opportunities a re-distributed production model offers to disrupt traditional industry models when combined with big data. It takes the footwear industry as an exemplar.

Sharing my data with figshare fest

Matthew Partridge
My presentation for figshare fest 2016 on the 2nd of November

Imaging and Discrimination of High-Z Materials with Muon Scattering Tomography

Leonor Frazao, S. Maddrell-Mander, C. Thomay, J. Velthuis & C. Steer
Technical paper presented at the 2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
We have developed methods to define the edges of uranium blocks embedded in concrete, and to discriminate them from different high-Z materials, using muon scattering tomography. There is a need to characterise containers of nuclear waste without having to open them. This is particularly important for legacy waste, which includes large containers with unknown materials. Muon scattering tomography uses as probes the natural occurring cosmic...

Accuracy versus Simplicity in Online Battery Model Identification

Abbas Fotouhi & Daniel Auger
This metadata item is for the paper "Accuracy Versus Simplicity in Online Battery Model Identification" accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics%3A Systems on July 27, 2016.

All data generated in this study is included within the paper itself. Please contact researchdata@cranfield.ac.uk with any queries.

Integrating cavity based gas cells: a multibeam compensation scheme for pathlength variation

Sarah Bergin, Jane Hodgkinson, Daniel Francis & Ralph Tatam
Data to support the following paper:

Integrating cavity based gas cells: a multibeam
compensation scheme for pathlength variation
S Bergin, J Hodgkinson, D Francis and R P Tatam
Optics Express 24 (12), 13647 - 13664, 2016

doi:10.1364/OE.24.013647

Visual Scene Understanding for Self-Driving Cars Using Deep Learning and Stereovision

Amélie Grenier
Poster presented at the 2018 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Autonomous driving has been rapidly evolving for the last few years and there is a lot of fervour in increasing the intelligence of these vehicles. One key aspect of a self-driving car is its ability to sense the environment in order to be aware of its surrounding.Our interest lies in using computer vision and deep learning techniques to detect surrounding entities; localising and recognising them. Here,...

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...

Shear Localisation During Deformation of Thermo-Visco-Plastic Materials

Robert Timms
Technical Paper presented at the 2017 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
The mechanisms responsible for ignition of explosive materials in response to low energy stimuli, known as “insults" in the literature, are still not well understood. It is in general believed that explosive ignition is of thermal origin, with mechanical energy being converted into heat energy in localised regions, forming so-called “hot spots”. We investigate how an instability caused by thermal softening may give rise to...

Yahaya Mohammed PhD

Philip Gill, Yahaya Mohammed & Nathalie Mai
The Effect of Moisture on High Temperature Ageing of Extruded Double Base Propellant
Nitrocellulose (NC) based propellants are commonly used in military munitions and cartridge/propellant actuated devices (CAD/PAD). These propellants are generally classified as nitrate esters and are known for their tendency to chemically degrade over time. This chemical instability has been attributed to the relatively weak O-N bond has been shown to be responsible for this instability responsible for this bond on is the...

Applied Optics%3A HSW gas cells for mid-IR spectroscopy (2016)

Daniel Francis, Jane Hodgkinson & Ralph Tatam
Data associated with Applied Optics submission, 'Low volume, fast response-time hollow silica waveguide gas cells for mid-IR spectroscopy'

Self-Discharge Resistance Values at Different Initial Charge and Temperature Levels

S.E.Yousif@Cranfield.Ac.Uk, Daniel Auger, Abbas Fotouhi & Karsten Propp
Table II: Self-discharge resistance values at different initial charge and temperature levels from 'Self-Discharge Effects in Lithium-Sulfur Equivalent Circuit Networks for State Estimation'. Opens with Microsoft Excel.

Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium Flyer

Mandy Smith
Flyer promoting the Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium 2018 and calling for contributions.

A fibre optic platform for use in sensing chemical and microbiological water contamination

Matthew Partridge, James Barrington, S.W.James@Cranfield.Ac.Uk & Antonio Rendon Romero
Power point slides for my talk at the 11th Rapid Methods Europe 2016. The work presented here is a summary of a range of previously papers listed in the references.

Workshop Series Towards Preference Marketplace Development

Samet Isaev, Harris Makatsoris, Stephen Green & Fabrizio Ceschin
A series of workshops have been conducted to develop a digital crowdsourcing tool. Preference marketplace is inspired from traditional stock market and prediction markets. the aim of the proposed method is to engage consumers using game mechanics in order to aggregate large and diverse group of people`s opinion to identify the most promising new product ideas and concepts. First we conducted paper based workshops to collect feedback from users. Participants engagement were very good and...

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.

CO2/SO2 emission reduction in CO2 shipping infrastructure

Adeola Awoyomi, Kumar Patchigolla & Ben Anthony
Simulation table streams for the liquefaction cycle, the capture process and the diesel engine used in Aspen Plus.
All graphs can be generated from the given streams.

Rapid detection of alkanes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

Frederic Coulon, Abdul Mouazen, Said Nawar, Maria Del Carmen Alamar Gavidia & Reward Douglas
Vis-NIR data spectra analysis and chemometric modelling

IMPACT Showcase: Bioaerosols monitoring

Sonia Garcia Alcega, Frederic Coulon & Sean Tyrrel
Why shall we concern ourselves with bioaerosols in the environment? Poster showcasing work being conducting by Cranfield University

Emily Bagguley PhD

Philip Gill, Emily Bagguley, Guillaume Kister & Monir Moniruzzaman
Solid Composite Propellants for Improved Safety and Mechanical Properties
This work looks to optimise and develop novel composite propellant formulations for use in unconventional rocket motor designs, in particular an integrated ramjet rocket motor. The particular design constraints of such a motor require that the booster propellant, required to get the rocket motor up to operational speed, use the same nozzle as the sustainer propellant and as a result must have the same operational requirements such...

CO2/SO2 emission reduction in CO2 shipping infrastructure

Adeola Awoyomi, Kumar Patchigolla & Ben Anthony
Simulation table streams for the liquefaction cycle, the capture process and the diesel engine used in Aspen Plus.
All graphs can be generated from the given streams.

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

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

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