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Digital material for the book: Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. (Book DOI: 10.1142/10829)

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
This collection contains all supplemental digital material for the text book:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
This includes data sets and the turbulence model intended for use in the hands-on exercises in Chapter 10.
This also includes Matlab analysis examples from Chapter 4.

TopWing Data

Niels Aage, Ole Sigmund, Boyan B. Lazarov & Erik Andreassen
This data set contains the STL files presented in the Nature publication:
Aage, N., Andreassen, E., Lazarov, B. S., & Sigmund, O. (2017). Giga-voxel computational morphogenesis for structural design. Nature, 550(7674), 84–86. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature23911

Digital material for the book: Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. (Book DOI: 10.1142/10829)

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
This collection contains all supplemental digital material for the text book:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
This includes data sets and the turbulence model intended for use in the hands-on exercises in Chapter 10.
This also includes Matlab analysis examples from Chapter 4.

Digital material for the book: Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. (Book DOI: 10.1142/10829)

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
This collection contains all supplemental digital material for the text book:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
This includes data sets and the turbulence model intended for use in the hands-on exercises in Chapter 10.
This also includes Matlab analysis examples from Chapter 4.

Digital material for the book: Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. (Book DOI: 10.1142/10829)

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
This collection contains all supplemental digital material for the text book:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
This includes data sets and the turbulence model intended for use in the hands-on exercises in Chapter 10.
This includes Matlab analysis examples from Chapter 4.
This also includes a Correnda document, listing known typographical errors.

TopBridge data

Niels Aage, Mads Jacob Baandrup & Ole Sigmund
Abaqus files and STLs of the optimized steel box girder geometries presented in the the paper "Closing the gap towards super-long suspension bridges using computational morphogenesis" obtained through the PRACE TopBridge project. The data includes raw topology optimization results, stl's of interpreted designs as well as Abaqus input deck for reproduction.

TopWing Data

Niels Aage, Ole Sigmund, Boyan B. Lazarov & Erik Andreassen
This data set contains the STL files presented in the Nature publication:
Aage, N., Andreassen, E., Lazarov, B. S., & Sigmund, O. (2017). Giga-voxel computational morphogenesis for structural design. Nature, 550(7674), 84–86. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature23911

TopBridge data

Niels Aage, Mads Jacob Baandrup & Ole Sigmund
Abaqus files and STLs of the optimized steel box girder geometries presented in the the paper "Closing the gap towards super-long suspension bridges using computational morphogenesis" obtained through the PRACE TopBridge project. The data includes raw topology optimization results, stl's of interpreted designs as well as Abaqus input deck for reproduction.

Digital material for the book: Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. (Book DOI: 10.1142/10829)

David R. Fuhrman & B. Mutlu Sumer
This collection contains all supplemental digital material for the text book:
Sumer, B.M. and Fuhrman, D.R. (2020) Turbulence in Coastal and Civil Engineering. World Scientific. DOI: 10.1142/10829
This includes data sets and the turbulence model intended for use in the hands-on exercises in Chapter 10.
This also includes Matlab analysis examples from Chapter 4.

Data: Machine learning for covert channel symbol decoding

Philipp Miedl
ExOT v1.1.0 (www.exot.ethz.ch)

Data: Analysing continuous covert channels - Base Performance

Philipp Miedl
ExOT v1.1.0 (www.exot.ethz.ch)

Data: Analysing discrete covert channels

Philipp Miedl
ExOT v1.1.0 (www.exot.ethz.ch)

Comprehensive analysis of prognostic gene signatures based on immune infiltration of ovarian cancer

, , , Yong Xie, , & Feng Fang
Abstract Background Ovarian cancer (OV) is one of the most common malignant tumors of gynecology oncology. The lack of effective early diagnosis methods and treatment strategies result in a low five-year survival rate. Also, immunotherapy plays an important auxiliary role in the treatment of advanced OV patient, so it is of great significance to find out effective immune-related tumor markers for the diagnosis and treatment of OV. Methods Based on the consensus clustering analysis of...

Glass-boxing science: Laboratory work on display in museums

Caitlin Wylie
Museum displays tend to black-box science, by displaying scientific facts without explanations of how those facts were made. A recent trend in exhibit design upends this omission by putting scientists to work in glass-walled laboratories, just a window away from visitors. How is science being conceived, portrayed, and performed in glass-walled laboratories? Interviews and participant observation in several “fishbowl” paleontology laboratories reveal that glass walls alter lab workers’ typical tasks and behavior. Despite glass-walled labs’...

Beyond Technological Literacy Open Data as Active Democratic Engagement?

Caitlin Wylie, Kathryn Neeley & Sean Ferguson
We consider scholarly conversations about digital citizenship as a continuation of centuries of discourse about citizenship, democracy, and technoscience. Conceptually, we critique portrayals of citizenship from Jeffersonian polities to technical literacy to critical health and environmental justice movements. This analysis forms the basis for proposing an alternative, normative theoretical perspective on citizens’ engagement in governance: the ethics of care. This framework enables a move from citizens’ civic engagement as motivated by duty and risk perception...

‘The artist’s piece is already in the stone’: Constructing creativity in paleontology laboratories

Caitlin Wylie
Laboratory technicians are typically portrayed as manual workers following routine procedures to produce scientific data. However, technicians in vertebrate paleontology laboratories often describe their work in terms of creativity and artistry. Fossil specimens undergo extensive preparation – including rock removal, damage repair, and reconstruction of missing parts – to become accessible to researchers. Technicians called fossil preparators choose, apply, and sometimes invent these preparation methods. They have no formal training, no standard protocols, and few...

Functional traits of the world’s late Quaternary large-bodied avian and mammalian herbivores

Erick J Lundgren, Simon D Schowanek, John Rowan, Owen Middleton, Rasmus Ø Pedersen, Arian D Wallach, Daniel Ramp, Matt Davis, Christopher J. Sandom &
Prehistoric and recent extinctions of large-bodied terrestrial herbivores had significant and lasting impacts on Earth’s ecosystems due to the loss of their distinct trait combinations. The world’s surviving large-bodied avian and mammalian herbivores remain among the most threatened taxa. As such, a greater understanding of the ecological impacts of large herbivore losses is increasingly important. However, comprehensive and ecologically-relevant trait datasets for extinct and extant herbivores are lacking. Here, we present HerbiTraits, a comprehensive functional...

Archaeology on Furlough: Roman Planting Trenches in the East of England

Rob Wiseman, Emily Brewer, Robbie Luxford, Jospeh Losh, Rachel Fosberry, Michael Roberts, Clare Jackson-Slater & Ashleigh Boulton
Across eastern and central England, excavations of Roman sites have uncovered rows of parallel trenches which are usually interpreted as remains of cultivation systems. Their use is disputed. This project gathered a large sample of excavation reports, and analysed the trenches’ characteristics, contents and relationships to other contemporary Roman features. The project team identified 52 sites—over twice as many as the most recent survey. While these features show characteristics of house garden beds described by...

Voisement et registres en chrau (austroasiatiques)

Marc Brunelle
Liste de mots chrau contenant des exemples de toutes les attaques dentales et vélaires suivies des voyelles /i, ɛ, a, ɔ, u/. Les mots ont été produits dans la phrase porteuse /aɲ ɲaːj __ ruː ruː aːn ɡruː caŋ/ "Je dis lentement le mot ___ pour que tu l'entendes" (les variantes grammaticales ont été acceptées). Le but des enregistrements était de déterminer la réalisation phonétique du voisement et des registres en chrau. La méthodologie et...

Fonds Véronique de Colombel: Boîte 4 - Musique de fêtes, rituels, action traditionnelle

Véronique De Colombel
Enregistrements du Fonds Véronique de Colombel: Boîte 4 - Musique de fêtes, rituels, action traditionnelle

Impact of E-vapor aerosols on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems in ApoE−/− mice

Justyna Szostak, Ee Wong, Bjoern Titz, Tom Lee, Sin Wong, Tiffany Low, Kyonghee Lee, Jingjie Zhang, Ashutosh Kumar, Walter Schlage, Emmanuel Guedj, Blaine Phillips, Patrice Leroy, Ansgar Buettner, Florian Martin, Alain Sewer, Arkadiusz Kuczaj, Nikolai Ivanov, Karsta Luettich, Patrick Vanscheeuwijck, Manuel Peitsch, Julia Hoeng & Yang Xiang
This study aims to investigate the impact of exposure to e-vapor aerosols on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The assessment was performed over a 6-month period on ApoE−/− female mice. Three different E-vapor formulations (carrier (propylene glycol and vegetable glycerol), base (carrier and nicotine) and test (base and flavor)) were tested and compared with the impact of exposure to the mainstream smoke of cigarettes. Classical endpoints were first explored: biomarkers of exposure, hematological and lipidic...

Sulfur-Doped Alkylated Graphene Oxide as High-Performance Lubricant Additive

Jun Ma, , , &
Abstract Sulfur-doped graphene oxide (SA-GO) prepared by sulfuration and alkylation of graphene oxide is applied as an efficient green anti-wear additive for harsh operation conditions of engines. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analysis reveals the sulfur content of octadecylamine-modified SA-GO (sulfuration follows alkylation) is increased by 79 times compared with the reverse process that alkylation follows sulfuration, suggesting the preparation route is a key factor of the sulfuration process. The higher sulfur content and –C–S–C– sulfur bonding...

Carbon Nanofibers Propped Hierarchical Porous SiOC Ceramics Toward Efficient Microwave Absorption

Yani Liu, , Zhen Teng, , &
Abstract The hierarchical porous SiOC ceramics (HPSCs) have been prepared by the pyrolysis of precursors (the mixture of dimethicone and KH-570) and polyacrylonitrile nanofibers (porous template). The HPSCs possess hierarchical porous structure with a BET surface area of 51.4 m2/g and have a good anti-oxidation property (only 5.1 wt.% weight loss). Owing to the porous structure, the HPSCs deliver an optimal reflection loss value of − 47.9 dB at 12.24 GHz and an effective absorption...

Carbon Nanofibers Propped Hierarchical Porous SiOC Ceramics Toward Efficient Microwave Absorption

Yani Liu, , Zhen Teng, , &
Abstract The hierarchical porous SiOC ceramics (HPSCs) have been prepared by the pyrolysis of precursors (the mixture of dimethicone and KH-570) and polyacrylonitrile nanofibers (porous template). The HPSCs possess hierarchical porous structure with a BET surface area of 51.4 m2/g and have a good anti-oxidation property (only 5.1 wt.% weight loss). Owing to the porous structure, the HPSCs deliver an optimal reflection loss value of − 47.9 dB at 12.24 GHz and an effective absorption...

Polygenic risk for coronary heart disease acts through atherosclerosis in type 2 diabetes

, Vincenzo Forgetta, Oriana Yu, Lauren Mokry, Madeline Gregory, George Thanassoulis, Celia Greenwood &
Abstract Background Type 2 diabetes increases the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), yet the mechanisms involved remain poorly described. Polygenic risk scores (PRS) provide an opportunity to understand risk factors since they reflect etiologic pathways from the entire genome. We therefore tested whether a PRS for CHD influenced risk of CHD in individuals with type 2 diabetes and which risk factors were associated with this PRS. Methods We tested the association of a CHD...

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  • Cardiff University
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  • Delft University of Technology
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  • London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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  • Escuela Internacional de Negocios y Desarrollo Empresarial de Colombia
    9
  • Polytechnic Institute of Viseu
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  • Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)
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  • University of Beira Interior
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