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Manufacturing Doctoral Community event 2019

Georgina Parsons
This collection showcases outputs from the 2019 Manufacturing Doctoral Community event, hosted by Cranfield University.

Cranfield has a distinctive approach to manufacturing research, education and training, combining expertise in design, technology and management with research into materials sciences. The annual Manufacturing Doctoral Community event enables doctoral researchers to present their work, and this collection preserves a selection of the poster presentations showcased.

Data for paper entitled "Laser stabilization of GMAW additive manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V components"

Goncalo Rodrigues Pardal, Filomeno Martina & Stewart Williams
Data used in paper "Laser stabilization of GMAW additive manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V components"

Figures and tables from "Hybrid membrane distillation reverse electrodialysis configuration for water and energy recovery from human urine: An opportunity for off-grid decentralised sanitation."

Edwina Mercer, Ewan McAdam, Chris Davey, Marc Pidou, Sean Tyrrel, Leon Williams, Ying Jiang, Alison Parker, Ross Tierney, Elise Cartmell, Daniele Azzini & Anna Eusebi
This data compiles the dataset required to generate the tables and figures for the paper - "Hybrid membrane distillation reverse electrodialysis configuration for water and energy recovery from human urine: An opportunity for off-grid decentralised sanitation."

Carbon Brainprint: quantifying the impact of universities on carbon footprint reduction

David Parsons, Julia Chatterton, Derek Clements-Croome, Abbas Elmualim, Howard Darby, Tom Yearly, Gareth Davies, Ian Wilson & Edward Ishiyama
Universities make tremendous intellectual and technical advances that help other organisations and individuals reduce their own carbon footprints. This is the universities’ carbon brainprint, and measuring this allows universities to quantify the impact of their research, innovation and knowledge transfer activities on cutting global GHG emissions. It provides further endorsement of the value of investing in universities such as Cranfield to address the challenge of global warming.
The initial project developed a set of approaches to...

Manufacturing Doctoral Community event 2019

Georgina Parsons
This collection showcases outputs from the 2019 Manufacturing Doctoral Community event, hosted by Cranfield University.

Cranfield has a distinctive approach to manufacturing research, education and training, combining expertise in design, technology and management with research into materials sciences. The annual Manufacturing Doctoral Community event enables doctoral researchers to present their work, and this collection preserves a selection of the poster presentations showcased.

Stakeholder evaluations of risk interventions for non-potable recycled water schemes: a case study

Heather Smith
This file contains the full survey (in pdf format) and resulting data set (in Excel format) for above named paper (linked below).
To request access to the data please contact Dr Heather Smith (h.m.smith@cranfield.ac.uk) or researchdata@cranfield.ac.uk.

Data for paper entitled "Laser stabilization of GMAW additive manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V components"

Goncalo Rodrigues Pardal, Filomeno Martina & Stewart Williams
Data used in paper "Laser stabilization of GMAW additive manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V components"

Cover crops for timely nitrogen mineralisation and soil moisture management

Tom Storr, Jacqueline Hannam & Robert Simmons
This fileset contains the following information from research field trials:2017- soil moisture- maize yield
2018- soil moisture- cover crop above-ground biomass- soil available nitrogen- cover crop tissue analysis (Carbon and nitrogen)- maize yield

Environmental resource use by agricultural and horticultural commodities - Defra project report IS0205

Adrian Williams, Eric Audsley & Daniel Sandars
Underlying models used in the report: "Determining the environmental burdens and resource use in the production of agricultural and horticultural commodities."
Defra project report IS0205 by the Natural Resource Management Institute, Cranfield University, August 2006.
The final report and executive summary are available from the defra site at the link provided.

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...

Figures and tables from "Hybrid membrane distillation reverse electrodialysis configuration for water and energy recovery from human urine: An opportunity for off-grid decentralised sanitation."

Edwina Mercer, Ewan McAdam, Chris Davey, Marc Pidou, Sean Tyrrel, Leon Williams, Ying Jiang, Alison Parker, Ross Tierney, Elise Cartmell, Daniele Azzini & Anna Eusebi
This data compiles the dataset required to generate the tables and figures for the paper - "Hybrid membrane distillation reverse electrodialysis configuration for water and energy recovery from human urine: An opportunity for off-grid decentralised sanitation."

Environmental resource use by agricultural and horticultural commodities - Defra project report IS0205

Adrian Williams, Eric Audsley & Daniel Sandars
Underlying models used in the report: "Determining the environmental burdens and resource use in the production of agricultural and horticultural commodities."
Defra project report IS0205 by the Natural Resource Management Institute, Cranfield University, August 2006.
The final report and executive summary are available from the defra site at the link provided.

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

Mandy Smith
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...

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

Mandy Smith
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...

"Research Data Management 2: Writing a DMP" workshop materials

Georgina Parsons
Materials used in face-to-face DMP training.

Version 1 includes: the PowerPoint 2013 presentation and handout, as well as six sample DMPs and Excel 2013 file of bingo cards used in the "DMP Bingo" exercise.
The bingo game was developed with thanks to Megan O'Donnell (link to original set in 'references' field) . Further instructions/info is in the spreadsheet and presentation.

Version 2: Updated 2017-06-12 to add DMP template and rubric used, and to note it's a...

"Research Data Management 2: Writing a DMP" webinar materials

Georgina Parsons
These are the slides and supporting documents used in Cranfield University's one-hour DMP webinar. (It's also run as a workshop in expanded format, see links.) The audience is both doctoral students and research staff.
Workshop overview: Before starting to collect/create data during a research project, it is important to have a data management plan (DMP) in place, as good preparation ensures you will manage your data most efficiently. Doctoral students are required to create a DMP...

Stakeholder evaluations of risk interventions for non-potable recycled water schemes: a case study

Heather Smith
This file contains the full survey (in pdf format) and resulting data set (in Excel format) for above named paper (linked below).
To request access to the data please contact Dr Heather Smith (h.m.smith@cranfield.ac.uk) or researchdata@cranfield.ac.uk.

Multi-objective optimisation of Resin Infusion

Giacomo Struzziero & Alex Skordos
Exhaustive_analysis.xlsx:
-‘Exhaustive’ sheet: All the data gathered during the exhaustive search are reported. Column 1 to 8 report respectively the temperature of first and second dwell, duration of first dwell and ramp, convection coefficient, gate location, filling time and maximum degree of cure.
-‘Gate-T1’ sheet: Reports the data to plot the 3D landscape
-‘T1-T2’ sheet: Reports the data to plot the 3D landscape
Optimisation results.xlsx
-‘Results’ sheet: Reports the 13 generations the GA requires...

DIABLO biomarker data (Detection of Infectious Agents By Laser Optics)

Chris Walton, Dawn Fowler, Jeremy Sizer & MItesh Patel
DIABLO - Detection of Infectious Agents By Laser Optics
The aim of this project is to identify potential biomarkers for Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in the stool of patients suffering with unexplained diarrhoea. It forms a part of a larger project aimed at developing an instrument for the point-of-care diagnosis of CDI, so an important aspect of this work is determination of markers which can be accessed rapidly (within a few minutes) from the sample with...

DIABLO biomarker data (Detection of Infectious Agents By Laser Optics)

Chris Walton, Dawn Fowler, Jeremy Sizer & MItesh Patel
DIABLO - Detection of Infectious Agents By Laser Optics
The aim of this project is to identify potential biomarkers for Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in the stool of patients suffering with unexplained diarrhoea. It forms a part of a larger project aimed at developing an instrument for the point-of-care diagnosis of CDI, so an important aspect of this work is determination of markers which can be accessed rapidly (within a few minutes) from the sample with...

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...

Research support materials

Georgina Parsons
This collection gathers together materials designed by the Library Service to support research at Cranfield University. Focusing on research data management (RDM) it includes training and advocacy materials. We are sharing these to engage in and encourage community discussions and shared learning on approaches to research support and training.
See also our collection about The Impact Game, a research support board/card game we have developed: https://doi.org/10.17862/cranfield.rd.c.4080161.

Carbon Brainprint: quantifying the impact of universities on carbon footprint reduction

David Parsons, Julia Chatterton, Derek Clements-Croome, Abbas Elmualim, Howard Darby, Tom Yearly, Gareth Davies, Ian Wilson & Edward Ishiyama
Universities make tremendous intellectual and technical advances that help other organisations and individuals reduce their own carbon footprints. This is the universities’ carbon brainprint, and measuring this allows universities to quantify the impact of their research, innovation and knowledge transfer activities on cutting global GHG emissions. It provides further endorsement of the value of investing in universities such as Cranfield to address the challenge of global warming.
The initial project developed a set of approaches to...

Water abstraction restrictions and related economic losses in irrigated agriculture in England and Wales

Gloria Salmoral Portillo, Dolores Rey Vicario, Paul De Margon & Ian Holman
This data sets includes the inputs and raw outputs from the paper "A probabilistic risk assessment of the national economic impacts of regulatory drought management on irrigated agriculture" available at https://doi.org/10.1029/2018EF001092
The inputs and raw outputs are included as follows:
1) Irrigated crops area used from Rey et al. (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2016.04.017
2) Yield and quality losses per grid cell and crop type from Rey et al. (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2016.04.017
3) Ratios per type of source of...

Code and Data for "A Dementia Classification Framework using Frequency and Time-frequency Features based on EEG signals"

Yifan Zhao
This is the code and data that are used for the paper "A Dementia Classification Framework using Frequency and Time-frequency Features based on EEG signals", in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering, available at https://doi.org/10.1109/TNSRE.2019.2909100.

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