Research group data, Center for Device Thermography and Reliability, diamond,microwave and power semiconductor electronic devices and materials.
This data set is for the paper entitled "WrapToR composite truss structures: improved process and structural efficiency"
This study investigated the effects of alcohol consumption on emotion recognition. The results indicated an effect of alcohol consumption on anger and happiness recognition, such that alcohol increases misattribution of anger to faces where no anger is present and decreases misattribution of happiness to faces where no happiness is present.
Electronic appendix to Automated Classification of Near-Fault Acceleration Pulses Using Wavelet Packet v2Flavia De Luca, &
** This dataset supersedes the previous published version at doi: 10.5523/bris.1wc9d21lbd5fr2mvhng72zpyj3.** This study proposes a new algorithm for automatically classifying two types of velocity pulses that are produced either by a distinct acceleration pulse (acc-pulse) or a succession of high-frequency one-sided acceleration spikes (non-acc-pulse). For achieving this, wavelet packet transform is used to filter the high-frequency content and to extract the coherent velocity pulse. Then, the pulse period is unequivocally derived through the peak point...
This repository contains supporting documentation with background information about the structured expert judgement described in the paper entitled: Ice sheet contributions to future sea level rise from structured expert judgement.. It also includes the files containing the anonymous expert judgements for the target questions elicited
This project supports a journal paper that presents a magnetically-coupled dielectric elastomer pump for soft robotics. All data that was used within the study for this journal paper manuscript will be made open access so that readers of our published paper can access it.
Accompanying data for B. Rackauskas et at. MER 2019
Project contains humidity and temperature readings from inside a building during a short research project conducted in 2017 in Bristol.
A large-scale dataset of measurements of ETSI ITS-G5 Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) is presented. Our dataset consists of network interactions happening between two On-Board Units (OBUs) and four Road Side Units (RSUs). Each OBU was fitted onto a vehicle. The two vehicles have been driven across the Innovate UK-funded FLOURISH Test Track encompassing key roads in the center of Bristol, UK. As for the RSUs, they were located at fixed locations around the track....
Bristol 1473: Particulars of Account of Thomas Croft and John Langston, customers, April to September 1473Margaret Condon & Evan Jones
Digitised Customs Account records relating to the Port of Bristol April-Sept 1473
Data from 'Apparatus architecture of the conodont Nicoraella kockeli (Gondolelloidea, Prioniodinina) constrains functional interpretations'Philip Donoghue & Carlos Martinez-Perez
Data from: Jinyuan Huang, Carlos Martínez-Pérez, Shixue Hu, Qiyue Zhang, Kexin Zhang, Changyong Zhou, Wen Wen, Tao Xie, Michael J. Benton, Zhong-Qiang Chen, Mao Luo and Philip C. J. Donoghue. 2019. Apparatus architecture of the conodont Nicoraella kockeli (Gondolelloidea, Prioniodinina) constrains functional interpretations. Palaeontology. This dataset is composed of three dimensional models of component elements and an architectural model of the skeletal apparatus of the conodont Nicoraella kockeli, based principally on tomographic data from an...
Data from Landon et al. Cellular preservation of excysting developmental stages of new eukaryotes from the early Ediacaran Weng’an BiotaPhilip Donoghue, , Emma Landon, , &
X-ray tomographic slice data from 21 ediacaran microfossils
Data from Appendix B in Carriage of Bacterial Pathogens in the Bovine Upper Respiratory Tract: Effects of Respiratory Virus VaccinationAmy Thomas & Mark Eisler
Data which relate to Appendix B of the doctoral thesis by Amy Thomas entitled "Carriage of Bacterial Pathogens in the Bovine Upper Respiratory Tract: Effects of Respiratory Virus Vaccination"
This project supports a journal paper describing an untethered soft robot, which has been published in Frontiers in Robotics and AI. This paper describes the design and experimental testing of the RUBIC robot. All data that was used within the study for this journal paper manuscript will be made open access so that readers of our published paper can access it.
Three segmented braincases (hatchling, IVPP V15451; juvenile, IVPP V22647; adult IVPP V12617) of Psittacosaurus lujiatunensis. Specimens scanned are housed in the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Beijing. Elements include: basioccipital (light green), basisphenoid (purple), supraoccipital (pink), paroccipital processed (yellow), parietal (red), frontal (light blue), prootic (dark green), laterosphenoid (dark blue), orbitosphenoid (orange).
Control-based continuation is a new methodology that allows experimenters to systematically investigate the dynamic behaviour of laboratory-based nonlinear systems, whether they are engineered devices or biological systems. The focus is on finding boundaries between qualitatively different types of behaviour; these boundaries (so-called bifurcations) are then automatically tracked as system parameters are varied, using a range of ideas from control theory, dynamical systems and numerical analysis. The success of this proposal will enable the widespread uptake...
A Corroborative Approach to Verification and Validation of Human–Robot Teams: Data from Simulations and ExperimentsDavid Western, , Anthony G. Pipe & Kerstin Eder
This dataset contains recordings and results from simulations and experiments of a robot to human object handover task that served as case study in the paper “A Corroborative Approach to Verification and Validation of Human–Robot Teams," by Matt Webster, David Western, Dejanira Araiza-Illan, Clare Dixon, Kerstin Eder, Michael Fisher and Anthony G. Pipe. Preferred dataset citation: David Western, Dejanira Araiza-Illan, Anthony G. Pipe and Kerstin Eder (2019): A Corroborative Approach to Verification and Validation of...
SABRE is an EU funded H2020 project researching Shape Adaptive Blades for Rotorcraft Efficiency. The goal is to develop morphing structures and analysis methods to optimise the aerodynamics of helicopter blades to allow for emissions reductions.
Supplement to \"Out-of-plane closed-form solution for the seismic assessment of unreinforced masonry schools in Nepal\"Flavia De Luca & Nicola Giordano
Supporting data for publication Giordano et al. 2019 on Engineering Structures DOI doi.org/10.1016/j.engstruct.2019.109548 readme.txt file pdf file with summary of additional figures csv files with the experimental and numerical data of the study. _NOTE: The supplementary material has been updated on 22/10/2019. In the current version the labelling of the csv files has been fixed. Additionally, “Present study” data are now consistent with the axis limits of the corresponding plots._
Data from Identifying time-dependent changes in the morphology of an individual aerosol particle from their light scattering patterns (08-2019)Jonathan Reid, Allen Haddrell, Michael Cotterell, Aleksandra Marsh, Frances Marshall, Andrew Rickards, Grazia Rovelli, Young Chul Song, Rose Willoughby, Bryan Bzdek & Rachael Miles
The physical, chemical, and biological properties of an aerosol droplet/particle are dependent on the morphology of the droplet/particle itself; for example, a liquid droplet will be processed by oxidants in the gas phase in a fundamentally different way than a solid particle. Additionally, given their small size, aerosol droplets may change phase over timescales in the order of milliseconds (e.g. deliquescence or crystallisation). Thus, ability to rapidly and easily estimate the morphology of a droplet/particle...
Data from \"Passive, broadband and low-frequency suppression of laser amplitude noise to the shot-noise limit using hollow-core fibre\" Physical Review Applied (10-2019)Jonathan Matthews, Euan Allen & Giacomo Ferranti
Data output from experiment using hollow-core fibre to suppress classical amplitude noise in fibre laser systems. Used as basis in published work: "Passive, broadband and low-frequency suppression of laser amplitude noise to the shot-noise limit using hollow-core fibre".
Open access data relating to the publication J. Sabines-Chesterking et al. "Twin-beam sub-shot-noise raster-scanning microscope " Optics Express 27, 30810-30818 (2019) / arXiv-quant-ph:1906.05331 (2019)
Source code and experimental results for the paper "Quantum speedup of branch-and-bound algorithms" by Ashley Montanaro.
This online study examined the impact on smoking and vaping craving of exposure to smoking (i.e., tobacco cigarette), vaping (i.e., cigalike and tank system device), or neutral cues. Participants (n=1120 recruited, n=936 for analysis) included UK adult current or former smokers who either vaped or did not vape. They were randomised to view one of four cue videos. The primary outcome was urge to smoke; secondary outcomes were urge to vape, desire to smoke and...
Quantifying Rival Bond Fission Probabilities following photoexcitation: C-S bond fission in t-butylmethylsulfideMichael Ashfold, Tolga Karsili, Matthew Bain & Christopher Hansen
Experimental data sets for the uv photodissociation of t-butylmethylsulfide measured by single photon ionisation coupled to multi-mass VMI. Theoretical calculations of cuts along relevant coordinates of potential energy surfaces and single point vibrational calculations of asymptotic products and parent molecules.