837 Works

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...

Simulink models from 'Multi-temperature state-dependent equivalent circuit discharge model for lithium-sulfur batteries

Daniel Auger, Abbas Fotouhi & Stefano Longo
This fileset contains a Simulink representation of the models developed 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 Simulink R2016a.

Sustainable reuse of oil wastewater for irrigation in drylands

Alban Echchelh
3 Minute Thesis presented at the Cranfield Doctoral Network Annual Event 2018.
The oil and gas industry generates significant volumes of wastewater termed ‘produced water’. Produced water is usually managed through disposal and discharging techniques which are environmentally and economically costly. A significant share of oil and gas production takes place in water-scarce drylands. Produced water reuse for irrigation offers an alternative to current disposal practices while providing water to farming in drylands. However, the quality...

Welding and SEM - EDS data

Goncalo Rodrigues Pardal, Supriyo Ganguly, Stewart Williams & Jay Vaja
Welding conditions reported on the paper.SEM-EDS data used in the paper

Informing public attitudes to non-potable reuse - the impact of message framing (data from the paper)

Heather Smith & Daniel Goodwin
This data supports the paper (linked below) Goodwin et al. 2018, Informing public attitudes to non-potable reuse - the impact of message framing - published in Water Research.
The two files (time 1 and time 2 for the survey data) are stored in SPSS format.
To request access to the data please contact Dr Heather Smith (h.m.smith@cranfield.ac.uk) or researchdata@cranfield.ac.uk.

When is CO most dangerous

Antony Nyombi & Roland Wessling
This video describes the preliminary work done to show the production of CO at various temperatures as charcoal burns.

Shoe Lab White Paper

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley, Daniel Keely & Nick Liddell
This is a White Paper 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. The results presented are clear recommendations for manufacturers to realise potential of RdM to meet changing consumer needs and help curtail today’s disposable culture.

Absorbance of 3D printed microfluidic biosensor at 590nm

Alexander Tothill
The absorbance of a 3D printed micro fluidic device at 590nm with varying concentrations of glucose and it's reaction to produce blue quinoneimine dye. The spectra were recorded with an s2000 Ocean Optics spectrophotometer and a tungsten light source.

3D printed plastic attenuation with layer height

Alexander Tothill
Attenuation at 633 nm in 400 µm thick plastic samples of Ultimaker PLA Translucent made with 6 different layer heights, (n=3).

3D printed plastic attenuation with print speed

Alexander Tothill
Attenuation in Ultimaker PLA Translucent plastic samples made with 3 different layer heights at 3 different speeds, n=3. Excel file

Vehicle Obstacle Interaction Dataset (VOIDataset)

Alaa Alzoubi
Vehicle-Obstacle Interaction Dataset (VOIDataset) includes 277 trajectories (sequences of x,y positions of the vehicle and the obstacle) of three different scenarios (67 crash, 106 left-pass, and 104 right-pass trajectories). The distance between the vehicle and the obstacle (length of the trajectory) is 50 meters. The trajectories were manually annotated, and used to evaluate our activity recognition method.
Data was gathered using a simulation environment developed in Virtual Battlespace 3 (VBS3), with the Logitech G29 Driving...

Aerosonde Simulation

Joni Pelham
Aerosonde Simulink simulation with mission simulator, and fault simulator. Development of work by Whidborne, Saban, et al

Morphological, optical and thermal characterisation of aerogel/epoxy composites for thermal insulation applications

Surya Krishnaswamy, Debabrata Bhattacharyya, Hrushikesh Abhyankar, Veronica Marchante Rodriguez, Zhaorong Huang & James Brighton
The present work explores the possibility of introducing aerogel particles at different stages of the epoxy resin cure to find the most effective method that ensures minimal destruction of the former along with a high degree of mouldability for the composite material. The aerogel particles are added at 0.5 hours, 1 hour and 1.5 hours after the resin and the hardener are mixed together. Additionally, the effect of a wetting agent that improves the interface...

Decomposition of DNAN-based explosive (296 mg) in a Laboratory-Scale open setup

Erick Galante, Philip Gill & Tracey Temple
Thermo decomposition of 296mg of DNAN-based Insensitive high explosive heated from beneath, in an open setup, on a metal tray within a laboratory.

A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed

Tom Charrett, Yashwanth Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart Williams & Ralph Tatam
Zip archives of the data files used to generate figures in the paper:
A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed.Thomas O.H. Charrett, Yashwanth K. Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart W. Williams, Ralph P. Tatam
The data used to generate each figure/table is contained in the following zip archives with additional metadata located in the file metadata.txt in each zip.
Fig 5&6 calibration.zipLinearity and accuracy measurements of the calibrated sensor. Used for figures...

Consumer Driven Energy Drink Development - Workshop

Samet Isaev & Harris Makatsoris
This project explores a novel methodology for design and manufacture of consumer-driven personalised Energy Drinks (ED) using novel technologies developed by the research group. Initially, a novel online crowdsourcing OI platform named ‘Preference Marketplace’ is used to identify consumer’s preferences & sensory attributes for the formulation of ED and then followed by manufacturing of consumer-preferred ED using a novel automated continuous flow manufacturing reactor for sensory evaluation. By combining the two technologies, it is now...

Design and Integration of a Hybrid Electric Fan Propulsion System

Francesco Mastropierro
Poster presented at the Cranfield Doctoral Network Annual Event, September 2018.
Design and Integration of an Electric Fan Propulsion System for Hybrid Aircraft Electrification is one of the most promising trend for sustaining future aviation beyond the limits of current propulsion technologies. Advantages include lower emissions, higher efficiency components, better energy management and synergies with alternative technologies. Current limits are in higher costs, inferior power density and shorter ranges. Hybrid electric propulsion looks for synergies between...

Data for the paper "A Straightforward Route to Sensory Device Selection for IoT Systems"

Paul Jones, Quentin Lonne, Pedro De Almeida Talaia, Glenn Leighton, Gerardine G. Botte, Srikanth Mutnuri & Leon Williams
Paper abstract:
The Internet of Things allows for remote management and monitoring of many aspects of everyday life at the individual and industrial levels. However, designing these systems within constraints of cost and operational context can be a real challenge. The sensor network must be strategically designed, which means selecting the most appropriate sensors to collect a specific measurement in a specific environment and then optimizing their deployment and utilization. To facilitate sensor selection,...

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

Results and data for for the selection of optimum offshore wind farm locations for deployment

Vera Mytilinou, Estivaliz Lozano-Minguez & Athanasios Kolios
Results and data acquired in the paper "A framework for the selection of optimum offshore wind farm locations for deployment"

The Impact Game - unboxing and game play

Emma Turner & Georgina Parsons
Video showing the components of the game being taken out of the box and the start of game play.

The Impact! Game

Georgina Parsons & Emma Turner
Materials relating to The Impact! Game created by Cranfield University Library Services.
The designs for a generic, purchasable version of the game are in progress and we hope to have a link here soon to the Ivory Game Maker site, where you will be able to buy it to try yourself. This should happen in late July 2018.

The Impact! Game

Georgina Parsons & Emma Turner
Materials relating to The Impact! Game created by Cranfield University Library Services.

Automation of Train Cab Front Cleaning with a Robot Manipulator

João Moura, Willam McColl, Gerard Taykaldiranian, Tetsuo Tomiyama & Mustafa Suphi Erden
This files gives a short description of the data used to produce the plots of the paper submitted to review.
Besides the data files, we are only submitting the pdf file (CASE2018.pdf) and the accompanying video (CASE2018.mp4).
NB. CASE2018.pdf cannot currently be uploaded here but see related article at https://doi.org/10.1109/LRA.2018.2849591 and conference site at http://case2018.org/.

The data files can be found in the data_plots folder.The files have the extension *.dat, and the data is separated by a space.Each...

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