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Appendices for PhD Thesis Titled \"ADVANCEMENT IN CO-CRYSTAL FORMATION THEORY THROUGH THE USE OF HYDROGEN BONDING SYNTHONS IN N-HETEROCYCLES\"

Colum O'connor
Appendices for PhD thesis titled "Advancement in co-crystal formation theory through the use of hydrogen bonding synthons in N-heterocycles"

Sediment fingerprinting: source classification

Kim Vercruysse & Robert Grabowski
This data is related to a research project using sediment fingerprinting based on Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectrometry (DRIFTS) to estimate sediment source contributions to suspended sediment in rivers. The research took place in the River Aire catchment, United Kingdom. The data was collected between 2014 and 2017.
Two types of data are available:
1. Suspended sediment concentrations during high-flow events (SuspendedSedimentConcentration_RiverAire.csc). Samples were collected with a depth-integrating suspended sediment sampler from the side of the...

Data for the paper 'Effect of impurities on ultra-pure hydrogen production by pressure vacuum swing adsorption'

, Seyed Ali Nabavi & Vasilije Manovic
Dataset for "Effect of impurities on ultra-pure hydrogen production by pressure vacuum swing adsorption" article

Estimation of Groundwater Recharge in Semi-Arid Regions under Variable Land Use and Rainfall Conditions.

, Alison Parker, Kristell Le Corre Pidou & Pablo Campo Moreno
Soil water balance analysis and recharge estimation for a semi-arid region of Lapodiya watershed in 2019-20.

Estimation of Groundwater Recharge in Semi-Arid Regions under Variable Land Use and Rainfall Conditions.

, Alison Parker, Kristell Le Corre Pidou & Pablo Campo Moreno
Soil water balance analysis and recharge estimation for a semi-arid region of Lapodiya watershed in 2019-20.

Promotion of germination using hydroxamic acid inhibitors of 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase

Andrew Thompson
Data underlying publication entitled: Promotion of germination using hydroxamic acid inhibitors of 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase.
Consists of raw data points used in statistical analysis and production of graphs and table.


IEEE sensors 2016 poster

James Barrington, Stephen James, Ralph Tatam & Matthew Partridge
Conference poster for IEEE sensors 2016 conference. Data can be found using the referenced URL.

109 um LPG transmission spectra in air and water

Transmission spectra (recorded as described in linked paper) of an 109 um LPG with air and water as the surrounding medium.

Spectrum interrogation run time (Version 1)

Matthew Partridge
Spectral processing software (written in LabView 2014) used to analyse spectral data, find features and then track those features through multiple datasets.
This is the version 1 edition

Promotion of germination using hydroxamic acid inhibitors of 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase

Andrew Thompson
Data underlying publication entitled: Promotion of germination using hydroxamic acid inhibitors of 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase.
Consists of raw data points used in statistical analysis and production of graphs and table.


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.

Rocket Motors and Propellants (RMP) research collaboration with 'The Falcon Project'

Philip Gill
Industrial visit to the 'Falcon project' supporting PhD and MSc learning and research into the field of Explosives and Rocket Propellants.

Monte Carlo simulation results for anaemia detection in the skin

Akhil Kallepalli & David James
This research was presented at SPIE Photonics West 2020 (February 2020) with the article titled: Quantification and influence of skin chromophores for remote detection of anemic conditions
(https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2545784)
Monte Carlo simulations were performed using Virtual Tissue Simulator (VTS) and Monte Carlo Command Line (MCCL) tools. The target was a two-layer model of the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin.
The optical attenuation properties quantifying the absorption and scattering in these layers are set according to...

Real time detection and characterisation of bioaerosols

Zaheer Nasar, Sean Tyrrel, Frederic Coulon, Sonia Garcia, Cheng Yan &
Real time detection and characterisation of bioaerosol emissions from wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs)
A novel real-time bioaerosol sensor, Spectral Intensity Bioaerosol Sensor (SIBS), capable of providing fine size and time resolution measurements of resolved fluorescence spectra of single particle was employed at a WWTP and a background site. Additionally, excitation-emission matrix (EEM) of wastewater samples obtained by a spectrofluorometer was compared with SIBS spectra from WWTP.

Age-related trends in the trabecular micro-architecture of the medial clavicle: Is it of use in forensic science?

Hannah McGivern, Charlene Greenwood, Nicholas Marquez-Grant, Elena F. Kranioti & Peter Zioupos
The mechanical and structural properties of bone are known to change significantly with age. Within forensic and archaeological investigations, the medial end of the clavicle is typically used for estimating the age-at-death of an unknown individual. Although, this region of the skeleton is of interest to forensic and clinical domains, alterations beyond the macro-scale have not been fully explored. For this study, non-destructive micro-computed tomography (µ-CT) was employed to characterise structural alterations to the cancellous...

2019 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS19) in conjunction with DSTL, AWE, Department for Transport and NCSC: 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, Department for Transport and NCSC. 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,...

Olfactory-based Augmented Reality Support for Industrial Maintenance

John Ahmet Erkoyuncu
Augmented reality (AR) applications have opened innovative ways for performance improvement in the IoT industry. It can enhance user perception of the real-world by providing valuable information about an industrial environment and provide visual virtual information onto a head-mounted device (HMD). Such information is important for maintainers to quickly detect abnormalities, reduce nugatory routinesand facilitate preventive maintenance activities. Since odors are made up of volatile compounds at low concentration, they can be used for olfactory-based...

Deep Learning Techniques for Missile Seeker Automatic Target Recognition

Samuel Westlake
Modern infrared missiles use sophisticated computer vision techniques, in conjunction with imaging seekers, to automatically detect and localise targets. However, simulations show that soft-kill countermeasures remain an effective defence against such systems. This research explores the feasibility of deep learning algorithms for Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) and aim to significantly improve seeker performance in the presence of soft-kill countermeasures and clutter. State-of-the-art neural network architectures were benchmarked using both simulated and real-world infrared data. Their...

Searching for High Density Material in Cargo Containers Using Gravity Gradiometry

David Leahy
Poster presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Imaging cargo containers at ports in this country is an important task, especially if they are being checked for possible fissile material. Some detection methods cannot be used as they are too destructive. A possible alternative is the use of gravity gradiometry - a non-destructive sensing technique which can provide better resolution than straightforward gravity readings, with the trade-off being less penetration power. The resulting inverse...

Predicting the Fate and Transport of Insensitive High Explosives in Soils

A great deal of studies on the environmental fate and transport of legacy explosives such as cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX), 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) and 1,3,5,7-tetranitro-1,3,5,7-tetrazoctane (HMX) has been conducted. However, less is known about the behaviour of Insensitive High Explosive (IHE) constituents being brought into military service such as 2,4-dinitroanisole (DNAN) and 5-nitro-1,2,4-triazol-3-one (NTO) in soil and water environmental compartments. Typically fate and transport of explosives are often performed under controlled laboratory conditions. However, experimental data are often...

Adhesively bonded composite testing

Hamed Yazdani Nezhad & David Ayre
Dataset used in Figure 2 in "Tensile Response of Adhesively Bonded Composite-to-composite Single-lap Joints in the Presence of Bond Deficiency" (doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.09.021).

Also used in "A novel process-linked assembly failure model for adhesively bonded composite structures" (doi:10.1016/j.cirp.2017.04.103).

Supplementary data to Metaldehyde removal from drinking water by adsorption on to filtration media and polymeric sorbents: mechanisms and optimisation

Catherine Rolph, Bruce Jefferson, Raffaella Villa & Francis Hassard
This study sheds light into adsorption of metaldehyde to different polymeric sorbents. Biologically active carbon had the greatest metaldehyde adsorption capacity. Natural organic matter reduced metaldehyde removal in competitive sorption environments. We theorized that microbial biofilms and thermal hydrolysis represent effective strategies for improving metaldehyde removal and reducing the rapid saturation of filtration media.

2019 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium (DSDS19) in conjunction with DSTL, AWE, Department for Transport and NCSC: 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, Department for Transport and NCSC. 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,...

Losing Contact with Nano-object

Micro-UAVs of the size of an insect can be used to perform stealthy surveillance or to gather intelligence crucial to attack roles at a relatively short range and within enclosed spaces and buildings. Conventional radar systems have been optimized to detect and classify bigger targets and are not specifically designed to detect micro-targets of less than 5cm in size. Other micro-targets that are relatively small in size are the insect itself. Insect detection have been...

Identifying more economical approaches to medical imaging for the rehabilitation of traumatic military injuries

Daniel Rothwell
The cost of National Health Service care for the 265 amputee casualties of British Operations in Afghanistan between 2003 and 2014 is projected to be £288 million (Edwards et al., 2015, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research). This cost is due to the development of secondary comorbidities such as osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. An independent and physically active lifestyle can benefit health and prevent such diseases. Physical activity is restricted following lower...

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