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1 Modified CPD Model for Coal Devolatilization at UCTT ConditionsTo study coal pyrolysis behavior at underground coal thermal treatment (UCTT) conditions, a modified CPD (M-CPD) model was developed and evaluated using two scales of experiments as well as two different coals, Utah Sufco and Illinois #6. Compared with the original CPD model, three major aspects wer...Coal; pyrolysis; modeling; underground heating2019
2 Production of Hydrogen through Photoelectrocatalytic Oxidation of Coal Using TiO2 Nanotube ArraysThe Electrochemical Society The Electrochemical Society Production of Hydrogen through Photo-Electro-Catalytic Oxidation of Coal Using TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Ding Wang1, Bobby Mohanty1, Bonan Wang1 and Eric Eddings1 Published 15 April 2017 • © 2017 ECS - The Electrochemical Society ECS Meeting ...Hydrogen production; TiO2 nanotubes; electrooxidation; photocatalysis2017
3 Hydrothermal liquefaction of high protein microalgae via clay material catalystsHydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) is a promising method to convert wet microalgae into a petroleum-like biocrude. In this paper, we demonstrated the HTL of microalgae Spirulina over various clay material catalysts and open up interesting perspectives for efficiently liquefaction processes. The clay ca...Catalysis; algae; hydrothermal liquefaction2017
4 Catalytic liquefaction of municipal sewage sludge over transition metal catalysts in ethanol-water co-solventCatalytic liquefaction of (Municipal sewage sludge) MSS over transition metal catalysts in ethanol-water co-solvent (EWCS) was investigated. The effect of operating parameters like temperature, holding time, and ethanol-water ratio was discussed. CuSO4 was selected as the most efficient catalyst. Th...Sludge; Catalytic liquefaction; Ethanol-water; Biocrude2017
5 The Blue Castle project: a feasibility study of the proposed nuclear power plant in Emery County, Utah along the Green RiverWith an increasing population in Utah, specifically in the Salt Lake Valley, the demand for energy is rapidly growing each year. Currently, Utah's electric grid is largely produced by burning coal, natural gas, and other fossil fuels. In the past, supplying Utahns with electricity from these forms h...Blue Castle; Utah; Nuclear power plant; Emery County2015-08
6 Using Observed Data During Early Design To Simulate Building Mechanical System Energy PerformanceEnergy Modeling; Real-World Data; Neural Networks2019
7 Predicting fuel consumption for commercial building with machine learning algorithmsThis paper presents a modeling framework that uses machine learning algorithms to make longterm, i.e. one year-ahead predictions, of fuel consumption in multiple types of commercial prototype buildings at one-hour resolutions. Weather and schedule variables were used as model inputs, and the hourly ...Building energy modeling; Machine learning; Prediction; Heating load; Data-driven modeling2017-08
8 Consolidation and permeability of flocculated kaolinite sedimentVast oil sand resources are located in the province of Alberta, Canada, where water-based oil sands extraction operations are found including extraction and separation of the bitumen from the clay, sand, and water. The production of each barrel of synthetic crude oil (SCO) requires 2 m3 of processe...Consolidation; Flocculation; Kaolinite; Permeability2017
9 Dynamic simulation, control, and design of a novel solar thermal hybrid power plantSolar power is among the promising technologies leading towards cleaner fuel. However, there are still technological challenges regarding the reliability of power generation due to its intermittency. This work demonstrates the synergies that exist in integrated hybrid systems, where a dispatchable f...Solar energy--Research; Solar thermal energy--Research; Solar power plants--Research2017
10 Archaeological Potential of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National MonumentExecutive proclamation 9682 reduces the size of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM), removing protections for at least 2,000 known archaeological sites and an unknown number of undiscovered cultural properties. Because only 10% of the GSENM's 1.9 million acres has been inventorie...Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument; Anthropology-Research2018
11 Femtosecond dynamics of quasi-particles in YBa2Cu3O7-δ superconductor filmsWe have studied the transient electronic response of YBa2Cu307-δ epitaxialy grown H T c superconductor thin films in the femtosecond time domain, using transient photoinduced reflectivity (AR) with 60 fsec time resolution. For temperatures T>Tc only a bolometric signal was observed with ARrO. For ...Femtosecond dynamics; YBa2Cu3O7-8; Transient electronic response; Transient optical response1991-03
12 Noncyanide leaching of an auriferous pyrite ore from EcuadorGold leaching of an auriferous pyrite ore from the Portovelo deposit in Ecuador indicates that noncyanide leaching systems, such as thiocyanate and thiourea, are not as effective as the traditional cyanide system. For example, whereas approximately 95% of the gold can be leached from the ore with cy...Gold leaching; Refractory ores; Thiocyanate; Thiourea2000
13 Acquiring minds want to know: CAUSEThis year I went to CAUSE in Orlando FL, December 3-5, for the first time to see how it differed from EDUCOM (at the CAUSE meeting the two organizations voted to merge next year). The content seemed similar and some of the same attendees and vendors were there. Typical topics covered campus informat...Education; Technology; CAUSE; Libraries1998
14 Charge transfer complexes of 2,4,6-tricyano-s-triazine with tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) and N,N,N' ,N'-tetramethyl-p-phenylenediamine (TMPD)Reaction of 2,4,6-tricyano-s-triazine (TCT) with tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) and N,N,N',N'-tetramethylp-phenylenediamine (TMPD) leads to 1 : 1 charge transfer complexes. The crystal structures of the TTF[TCT], as well as the decomposition product due to hydrolysis of the [TMPD][TCT], i.e. HTMPD]+[2,4-d...Electron; Solution; Hydrolysis2002
15 Acquiring minds want to know: acquisitions and new technologyAn Acquiring Minds Want to Know column: "Acquisitions as a function faces two major challenges. One is the general lack of an automated system that manages complicated acquisitions processes, provides interfaces to vendors, publishers, and institutional financial departments, and gathers significant...Automated library systems; Acquisitions1994-06
16 A fast iterative method for a class of Hamilton-Jacobi equations on parallel systemsIn this paper we propose a novel computational technique, which we call the Fast Iterative Method (FIM), to solve a class of Hamilton- Jacobi (H-J) equations on massively parallel systems. The proposed method manages the list of active nodes and iteratively updates the solutions on those nodes u...Fast Iterative Method; FIM; Parallel systems2007
17 Open access: clear benefits, hidden costsOpen Access offers real benefits to society. However, the net value of those benefits cannot be determined unless its costs are computed as well. The purpose of this statement is not to call on participants in the scholarly information chain to fight against OA, but only to move forward while taki...Open Access; Research; Publishers; Information2007
18 Nonmagnetic compensation in ferromagnetic Ga1-xMnxAs and Ga1-xMnxP synthesized by ion implantation and pulsed-laser meltingThe electronic and magnetic effects of intentional compensation with nonmagnetic donors are investigated in the ferromagnetic semiconductors Ga1−xMnxAs and Ga1−xMnxP synthesized using ion implantation and pulsed-laser melting. It is demonstrated that compensation with nonmagnetic donors and MnI ...Ferromagnetic semiconductors2008
19 Spin frustration and metamagnetic behavior in a molecular-based quasi 1-D-ferrimagnetic chain: (MnTPP)(TCNE)We report an experimental observation of spin frustration and metamagnetic behavior in a quasi-1D ferrimagnetic chain, (MnTPP) + (TCNE) -. Metastability, hysteresis effects, and irreversibility of thermal and magnetic histories are observed in magnetization measurements. The "memory" phenomenon is ...Magnetic; Magnetization; Anisotropy1993
20 GORP: An object-oriented design for genomic objects, relationships and processesThe Eccles Institute for Human Genetics (EIHG) has developed a genomic database based on a novel level of abstraction. Objects, relationships, and processes are explicitly represented in an object model. This model has been implemented in a traditional relational database management system. Transla...Eccles Institute for Human Genetics; EIHG; GORP; Genomic databases; Object model1996
21 Shattering stereotypes: aging adults aren't naturally unhappyHealthy older adults ramain engaged and interested in life. Just because they're aging doesn't mean they lose interest in life. "In this culture, we have a perception of what it's like to grow old: life isn't a whole lot of fun" We have an image of older adults whose faces are lined with fatigue as ...Aging Adults; Depression; Geriatrics1998-12
22 Shunt insertion in the summer: is it safe?Object. The potential for increased complications related to the arrival of new residents in July each year has not previously been demonstrated in the neurosurgical literature. The authors investigated this phenomenon in children undergoing cerebrospinal fluid shunt surgery. Methods. Data were ob...Ventriculoperitoneal shunt; July effect; Complication; Shunt insertion2006
23 Floating of the modulation wave and phase pinning in incommensurate Rb2ZnBr4Nuclear-magnetic-resonance measurements in incommensurate Rb2ZnBr4 show the existence of regions where the modulation wave is floating. The floating regions coexist with other regions where the modulation wave is static. Impurity phase pinning and a roughening of the modulation wave at higher temper...Floating; Incommensurate phase; Phason mode; Lattices1983
24 Integrating land use issues into transportation planning: scenario planning, bibliographyOver the past 15 years, land use-transportation scenario planning has become an increasingly common technique in regional and sub-regional planning processes. This study investigates the breadth of the technique and some of the themes that are emerging by reviewing 80 scenario planning projects from...Architecture; Transportation, Planning; Land use, Planning2005-09-24
25 Anisotropic diffusion of surface normals for feature preserving surface reconstructionFor 3D surface reconstruction problems with noisy and incomplete range data measured from complex scenes with arbitrary topologies, a low-level representation, such as level set surfaces, is used. Such surface reconstruction is typically accomplished by minimizing a weighted sum of data-model dis...Anisotropic diffusion; Surface reconstruction2003-04-18
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