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Jiyuan Tu, Chaoqun Liu, Guan Heng Yeoh
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007
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Ioan D. Marinescu, W. Brian Rowe
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , William Andrew Publishing, 2012
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Rajiv Kohli, K. L. Mittal, Kashmiri L. Mittal
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , William Andrew Publishing, 2012
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Preface
About the Editors
Contributors
Surface Contamination Removal Using Dense-Phase Fluids: Liquid and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide / Rajiv KohliChapter 1:
Plasma Cleaning for Electronic, Photonic, Biological, and Archeological Applications / Galit Levitin ; Karen Reinhardt ; Dennis W. HessChapter 2:
Clean Room Wipers for Removal of Surface Contamination / Jay Postlewaite ; Brad Lyon ; Sandeep KalelkarChapter 3:
Impact of Microbial Surface Contamination and Effective Environment Monitoring System in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing / S. Lakshmana Prabu ; T.N.K. Suriyaprakash ; R. ThirumuruganChapter 4:
Neutron Holography as a Technique for Probing Local Atomic Structures on the Nanoscale / László Cser ; Gerhard Krexner ; Márton MarkóChapter 5:
Index
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About the Editors
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Ioan D. Marinescu, W. Brian Rowe
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , William Andrew Publishing, 2012
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Antonio Luque, Steven Hegedus, Antonio Luque
出版情報: Wiley Online Library Online Books , wiley, 2011
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Status, Trends, Challenges and the Bright Future of Solar Electricity from Photovoltaics / S. Hegedus ; A. Luque1:
PV Financial Policy Analysis: Past Present Future / Byrne, Kurdigishvili2:
The Physics of the Solar Cell / J. Gray3:
Theoretical Limits of Photovoltaic Conversion / A. Martí4:
Solar Grade Silicon Feedstock / B. Ceccaroli ; O. Lohne5:
Bulk Crystal Growth and Wafering for PV / W. Koch, et al.6:
Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells and Modules / I. Tobías, et al.7:
High-Efficiency III-V Multijunction Solar Cells / J. Olson, et al.8:
Space Solar Cells and Arrays / S. Bailey ; R. Raffaelle9:
Photovoltaic Concentrators / R. Swanson10:
Thin Silicon Solar Cells / Widenborg, Aberle11:
Amorphous Silicon-based Solar Cells / X. Deng ; E. Schiff12:
Cadmium Telluride Solar Cells / W. Shafarman ; L. Stolt ; B. McCandless ; J. Sites13:
Dye-sensitized Solar Cells / K. Hara ; H. Arakawa15:
Organic PV Cells / Sun-shing ; O'Neill16:
Transparent Conductive Oxides / Delahoy ; Guo17:
Measurement and Characterization of Solar Cells and Modules / K. Emery18:
PV Systems / Hudson ; Townsend ; Razon ; Vallve19:
Electrochemical Storage for Photovoltaics / D. Sauer20:
Power Conditioning for Photovoltaic Power Systems / J. Schmid ; H. Schmidt21:
Energy Collected and Delivered by PV Modules / E. Lorenzo22:
PV in Architecture / T. Reijenga23:
Photovoltaics and Development / J. Huacuz ; L. Gunaratne24:
Status, Trends, Challenges and the Bright Future of Solar Electricity from Photovoltaics / S. Hegedus ; A. Luque1:
PV Financial Policy Analysis: Past Present Future / Byrne, Kurdigishvili2:
The Physics of the Solar Cell / J. Gray3:
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Seyed Mostafa Ghiaasiaan
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , 2007
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Xun Li
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , 2009
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Introduction / 1:
Optical models / 2:
Material model I - semiconductor band structures / 3:
Material model II - the optical gain / 4:
Carrier transport and thermal diffusion models / 5:
Solution techniques for optical equations / 6:
Solution techniques for material gain equations / 7:
Solution techniques for carrier transport and thermal diffusion equations / 8:
Numerical analysis of device performance / 9:
Design and modeling examples of semiconductor laser diodes / 10:
Design and modeling examples of other solitary optoelectronic devices / 11:
Design and modeling examples of integrated optoelectronic devices / 12:
Appendices
Introduction / 1:
Optical models / 2:
Material model I - semiconductor band structures / 3:
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David B. Davidson
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , 2005
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An overview of computational electromagnetics for wireless and RF applications / 1:
The finite-difference time-domain method: a one-dimensional Introduction / 2:
The finite-difference time-domain method in two and three dimensions / 3:
A one-dimensional Introduction to the method of moments: thin-wire modelling / 4:
The application of the Feko and NEC2 codes to thin-wire antenna modelling / 5:
The method of moments for surface modelling / 6:
The method of moments and stratified media: theory / 7:
The method of moments and stratified media: practical applications of a commercial code / 8:
An Introduction to the finite element method / 9:
A selection of more advanced topics on the finite element method / 10:
An overview of computational electromagnetics for wireless and RF applications / 1:
The finite-difference time-domain method: a one-dimensional Introduction / 2:
The finite-difference time-domain method in two and three dimensions / 3:
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Stephen B. Miles, Stephen B. Miles, Sanjay E. Sarma, John R. Williams
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , 2008
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Preface
List of contributors
Introduction to RFID history and markets / Stephen Miles1:
RFID technology and its applications / Sanjay Sarma2:
RFID tag performance optimization - a chip perspective / Hao Min3:
Resolution and integration of HF and UHF / Marlin H. Mickle ; Leonid Mats ; Peter J. Hawrylak4:
Integrating sensors and actuators into RFID tags / J.T. Cain ; Kang Lee5:
Performance evaluation of WiFi RFID localization technologies / Mohammad Heidari ; Kaveh Pahlavan6:
Modeling supply chain network traffic / John R. Williams ; Abel Sanchez ; Paul Hofmann ; Tao Lin ; Michael Lipton ; Krish Mantripragada7:
Deployment considerations for active RFID systems / Gisele Bennett ; Ralph Herkert8:
RFID in the retail supply chain - issues and opportunities / Bill C. Hardgrave ; Robert Miller9:
Reducing barriers to ID system adoption in the aerospace industry - the aerospace ID technologies programme / Duncan McFarlane ; Alan Thorne ; Mark Harrison ; Victor Prodonoff Jr.10:
The cold chain / J. P. Emond11:
The application of RFID as anticounterfeiting technique - issues & opportunities / Thorsten Staake ; Florian Michahelles ; Elgar Fleisch12:
Closing product information loops with product embedded information devices: RFID technology and applications, models and metrics / Dimitris Kiritsis ; Hong-Bae Jun ; Paul Xirouchakis13:
Moving from RFID to autonomous cooperating logistic processes / Bernd Scholz-Reiter ; Dieter Uckelmann ; Christian Gorldt ; Uwe Hinrichs ; Jan Topi Tervo14:
Conclusions / John Williams15:
Links to RFID technology and applications resources / Appendix:
RFID interface specifications / I:
Test capabilities (in the order of chapters as presented) / II:
Simulation environments / III:
The cold chain J. P. Emond
Appendix: Links to RFID technology and applications resources
Test capabilities (in the order of chapters as presented);
Preface
List of contributors
Introduction to RFID history and markets / Stephen Miles1:
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Isom H. Herron, Michael R. Foster
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , 2008
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Review of Analytic Function Theory / 1:
Preamble / 1.1:
Fundamentals of Complex Numbers / 1.2:
Analytic Functions / 1.3:
Integration and Cauchy's Theorem / 1.4:
Application to Real Integrals / 1.5:
References
Exercises
Special Functions / 2:
The Gamma Function / 2.1:
Functions Defined by Differential Equations / 2.3:
Integral Representations / 2.4:
Eigenvalue Problems and Eigenfunction Expansions / 3:
Synge's Setup for Rayleigh's Criterion / 3.1:
Sturm-Liouville Problems / 3.3:
Expansions in Eigenfunctions / 3.4:
Worked Examples / 3.5:
Nonstandard Eigenvalue Problems / 3.6:
Fourier-Bessel Series / 3.7:
Continuous versus Discrete Spectra / 3.8:
Green's Functions for Boundary-Value Problems / 4:
Green's Function / 4.1:
Connections with Distributions / 4.3:
First-Order System: Green's Matrices / 4.4:
Generalized Green's Functions / 4.5:
Appendix: Linear Ordinary Differential Equations / 4.6:
Laplace Transform Methods / 5:
The Laplace Transform and Its Inverse / 5.1:
Bilateral Laplace Transform / 5.3:
Fourier Transform Methods / 6:
The Fourier Transform and Its Inverse / 6.1:
Mellin Transforms / 6.3:
Particular Physical Problems / 6.5:
Lee Waves / 7.1:
The Far Momentum Wake / 7.3:
Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability / 7.4:
The Boundary-Layer Signal Problem / 7.5:
Stability of Plane Couette Flow / 7.6:
Generalized Transform Techniques / 7.7:
Asymptotic Expansions of Integrals / 8:
Asymptotic Expansions / 8.1:
Integration by Parts / 8.3:
Laplace-Type Integrals; Watson's Lemma / 8.4:
Generalized Laplace Integrals: Laplace's Method / 8.5:
Method of Steepest Descent / 8.6:
Method of Stationary Phase; Kelvin's Results / 8.7:
Index
Preface
Acknowledgments
Review of Analytic Function Theory / 1:
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Maurice Petyt
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1990
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Formation of the equations of motion / 1:
Element energy functions / 2:
Introduction to the finite element displacement method / 3:
In-plane vibration of plates / 4:
Vibration of solids / 5:
Flexural vibration of plate / 6:
Vibration of stiffened plates and folded plate structures / 7:
Analysis of free vibration / 8:
Forced response I / 9:
Forced response II / 10:
Computer analysis techniques / 11:
Formation of the equations of motion / 1:
Element energy functions / 2:
Introduction to the finite element displacement method / 3:
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Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, J. Gopalakrishnan, Jagannatha Gopalakrishnan, C. N. R. Rao
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997
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Preface to second edition
Preface to first edition
Structure of solids û old and new facets / 1:
New and improved methods of characterisation / 2:
Preparative strategies / 3:
Phase transitions / 4:
New light on an old problem û defects and nonstoichiometry / 5:
Structure-property relations / 6:
Fashioning solids for specific purposes û aspects of materials design / 7:
Reactivity of solids. / 8:
Structure of solids - old and new facets
New light on an old problem - defects and nonstoichiometry
Fashioning solids for specific purposes - aspects of materials design
Reactivity of solids
Preface to second edition
Preface to first edition
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David J. Lilja, Sachin S. Sapatnekar
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Leiden : Cambridge University Press, 2005
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Preface
Controlling complexity / 1:
Hierarchical design flow / 1.1:
Designing hardware with software / 1.2:
Summary / 1.3:
A Verilogical place to start / 2:
My Veri first description / 2.1:
A more formal introduction to the basics / 2.2:
Behavioral and structural models / 2.3:
Functions and tasks / 2.4:
Further reading / 2.5:
Defining the instruction set architecture / 3:
Instruction set design / 3.1:
Defining the VeSPA instruction set / 3.2:
Specifying the VeSPA ISA / 3.3:
Algorithmic behavioral modeling / 3.4:
Module definition / 4.1:
Instruction and storage element definitions / 4.2:
Fetch-execute loop / 4.3:
Fetch task / 4.4:
Execute task / 4.5:
Condition code tasks / 4.6:
Tracing instruction execution / 4.7:
Building an assembler for VeSPA / 4.8:
Why assembly language? / 5.1:
The assembly process / 5.2:
VASM - the VeSPA assembler / 5.3:
Linking and loading / 5.4:
Pipelining / 5.5:
Instruction partitioning for pipelining / 6.1:
Pipeline performance / 6.2:
Dependences and hazards / 6.3:
Dealing with pipeline hazards / 6.4:
Implementation of the pipelined processor / 6.5:
Pipelining VeSPA / 7.1:
The hazard detection unit / 7.2:
Overview of the pipeline structure / 7.3:
A detailed description of the pipeline stages / 7.4:
Timing considerations / 7.5:
Verification / 7.6:
Component-level test benches / 8.1:
System-level self-testing / 8.2:
Formal verification / 8.3:
The VeSPA instruction set architecture (ISA) / 8.4:
Notational conventions / A.1:
Storage elements / A.2:
The instruction specifications / A.3:
The VASM assembler / B:
Assembler directives / B.1:
Example program / B.3:
Modifying the assembler / B.4:
Index
A verilogical place to start
Preface
Controlling complexity / 1:
Hierarchical design flow / 1.1:
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R. A. Ibrahim
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005
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Preface
Introduction
Fluid field equations and modal analysis in rigid containers / 1:
Linear forced sloshing / 2:
Viscous damping and sloshing suppression devices / 3:
Weakly nonlinear lateral sloshing / 4:
Equivalent mechanical models / 5:
Parametric sloshing (Faraday's waves) / 6:
Dynamics of liquid sloshing impact / 7:
Linear interaction of liquid sloshing with elastic containers / 8:
Nonlinear interaction under external and parametric excitations / 9:
Interactions with support structures and tuned sloshing absorbers / 10:
Dynamics of rotating fluids / 11:
Microgravity sloshing dynamics / 12:
Bibliography
Index
Preface
Introduction
Fluid field equations and modal analysis in rigid containers / 1:
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Roger C. Reed
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Leiden : Cambridge University Press, 2006
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Foreword / Dr Mike Hicks
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction / 1:
Background: materials for high-temperature applications / 1.1:
Characteristics of high-temperature materials / 1.1.1:
The superalloys as high-temperature materials / 1.1.2:
Instances of superalloy component failures / 1.1.3:
The requirement: the gas turbine engine / 1.2:
The selection of materials for high-temperature applications / 1.3:
Larson-Miller approach for the ranking of creep performance / 1.3.1:
Historical development of the superalloys / 1.3.2:
Nickel as a high-temperature material: justification / 1.3.3:
Summary / 1.4:
Questions
References
The physical metallurgy of nickel and its alloys / 2:
Composition-microstructure relationships in nickel alloys / 2.1:
The FCC phase / 2.1.1:
The gamma prime phase / 2.1.2:
Other phases in the superalloys / 2.1.3:
Defects in nickel and its alloys / 2.2:
Defects in the gamma (FCC) phase / 2.2.1:
Defects in the gamma prime phase / 2.2.2:
Strengthening effects in nickel alloys / 2.3:
Strengthening by particles of the gamma prime phase / 2.3.1:
Temperature dependence of strengthening in the superalloys / 2.3.2:
The anomalous yielding effect in gamma prime alloys / 2.3.3:
The creep behaviour of nickel alloys / 2.4:
The creep behaviour of nickel / 2.4.1:
Creep strengthening in nickel alloys by solid-solution strengthening / 2.4.2:
Creep strengthening in nickel alloys by precipitation hardening / 2.4.3:
The anisotropic elasticity displayed by nickel / 2.5:
Single-crystal superalloys for blade applications / 3:
Processing of turbine blading by solidification processing / 3.1:
The practice of investment casting: directional solidification / 3.1.1:
Analysis of heat transfer during directional solidification / 3.1.2:
Formation of defects during directional solidification / 3.1.3:
The influence of processing conditions on the scale of the dendritic structure / 3.1.4:
Optimisation of the chemistry of single-crystal superalloys / 3.2:
Guideline 1 / 3.2.1:
Guideline 2 / 3.2.2:
Guideline 3 / 3.2.3:
Guideline 4 / 3.2.4:
Mechanical behaviour of the single-crystal superalloys / 3.3:
Performance in creep / 3.3.1:
Performance in fatigue / 3.3.2:
Turbine blading: design of its size and shape / 3.4:
Estimation of the length of the turbine aerofoils / 3.4.1:
Choice of mean radius for turbine blading / 3.4.2:
Estimation of exit angle from blade cross-section / 3.4.3:
Growth of an isolated dendrite, using hemispherical needle approximation
Superalloys for turbine disc applications / 4:
Processing of the turbine disc alloys / 4.1:
Processing by the cast and wrought route / 4.1.1:
Processing by the powder route / 4.1.2:
Composition, microstructure and properties of turbine disc alloys / 4.2:
Service life estimation for turbine disc applications / 4.2.1:
Stress analysis of a turbine disc of simplified geometry / 4.3.1:
Methods for lifing a turbine disc / 4.3.2:
Non-destructive evaluation of turbine discs / 4.3.3:
Environmental degradation: the role of coatings / 5:
Processes for the deposition of coatings on the superalloys / 5.1:
Electron beam physical vapour deposition / 5.1.1:
Plasma spraying / 5.1.2:
Pack cementation and chemical vapour deposition methods / 5.1.3:
Thermal barrier coatings / 5.2:
Quantification of the insulating effect / 5.2.1:
The choice of ceramic material for a TBC / 5.2.2:
Factors controlling the thermal conductivity of a ceramic coating / 5.2.3:
Overlay coatings / 5.3:
Oxidation behaviour of Ni-based overlay coatings / 5.3.1:
Mechanical properties of superalloys coated with overlay coatings / 5.3.2:
Diffusion coatings / 5.4:
Failure mechanisms in thermal barrier coating systems / 5.5:
Observations of failure mechanisms in TBC systems / 5.5.1:
Lifetime estimation models / 5.5.3:
The role of imperfections near the TGO / 5.5.4:
Summary and future trends / 5.6:
Trends in superalloys for turbine blade applications / 6.1:
Trends in superalloys and processes for turbine disc applications / 6.2:
Concluding remarks / 6.3:
Index
Single crystal superalloys for blade applications
Foreword / Dr Mike Hicks
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Denny D. Tang, Yuan-Jen Lee
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Leiden : Cambridge University Press, 2010
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Basic electromagnetism / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Magnetic forces, poles and fields / 1.2:
Magnetic dipoles / 1.3:
Ampere's circuital law / 1.4:
Biot-Savart Law / 1.5:
Magnetic moments / 1.6:
Magnetic dipole energy / 1.7:
Magnetic flux / 1.8:
Magnetic induction / 1.9:
Classical Maxwell equations of electromagnetism / 1.10:
Inductance / 1.11:
Equation tables / 1.12:
Homework
References
Magnetic films / 2:
Origin of magnetization / 2.1:
Russell-Saunders coupling / 2.1.1:
jj coupling / 2.1.2:
Introduction of magnetic materials / 2.2:
Diamagnetism / 2.2.1:
Paramagnetism / 2.2.2:
Ferromagnetism / 2.2.3:
Antiferromagnetism / 2.2.4:
Ferrimagnetism / 2.2.5:
Ferromagnet/antiferromagnet bilayer structure / 2.3:
Intuitive picture in exchange bias / 2.3.1:
Positive exchange bias / 2.3.2:
Theories of exchange bias / 2.3.3:
AFM domain wall model / 2.3.4:
Random field model / 2.3.5:
Interlayer exchange coupling in ferromagnet/metal/ferromagnet multilayer / 2.4:
Ruderman-Kittel-Kasuya-Yosida interaction / 2.4.1:
Néel coupling / 2.4.2:
Micromagnetic simulation / 2.5:
Anisotropy energy / 2.5.1:
Exchange energy / 2.5.2:
Magnetostatic energy / 2.5.3:
Zeeman energy / 2.5.4:
Properties of patterned ferromagnetic films / 3:
Edge poles and demagnetizing field / 3.1:
Demagnetizing factor of elliptic-shaped film / 3.2.1:
Edge curling / 3.2.2:
Magnetic domain / 3.3:
Transition region between domains: domain wall / 3.3.1:
Bloch wall and Néel wall / 3.3.2:
C-state, S-state and vortex / 3.3.3:
Magnetization behavior under an external field / 3.4:
Magnetization rotation in a full film / 3.4.1:
Magnetization rotation in a patterned film / 3.4.2:
Magnetization switching / 3.5:
Magnetization rotation and switching under a field in the easy-axis direction / 3.5.1:
Magnetization rotation and switching under two orthogonal applied fields / 3.5.2:
Magnetization behavior of a synthetic antiferromagnetic film stack / 3.6:
Magnetoresistance effects / 4:
Anisotropic magnetoresistance / 4.1:
Giant magnetoresistance / 4.3:
Tunneling magnetoresistance / 4.4:
Giant tunneling magnetoresistance / 4.4.1:
Tunneling magnetoresistance in perpendicular magnetic tunneling junction / 4.4.2:
Field-write mode MRAMs / 5:
Magnetic tunnel junction RAM cell / 5.1:
Cross-point array / 5.2.1:
1T-1MTJ cell / 5.2.2:
Read signal / 5.3:
Sense reference cell / 5.3.1:
Sense amplifier / 5.3.2:
Write bit cell with magnetic field / 5.4:
Write-field conversion efficiency / 5.4.1:
Write-line cladding / 5.4.2:
Astroid-mode MRAM / 5.5:
Switching-energy barrier of Astroid-mode write / 5.5.1:
Write-error rate of a bit cell / 5.5.2:
Write soft error rate of an array of memory cells / 5.5.3:
Solution to the write disturbance problem / 5.5.4:
Toggle-mode MRAM / 5.6:
Toggle-mode cell / 5.6.1:
Switching of SAF free layer in toggle-mode write / 5.6.2:
Energy diagram of toggle operation / 5.6.3:
Write-current reduction / 5.6.4:
Characterization method of MRAM chip write performance / 5.7:
Thermally assisted field write / 5.8:
Multi-transistor cells for high-speed MRAM operation / 5.9:
Spin-torque-transfer mode MRAM / 6:
Spin polarization of free electrons in ferromagnets / 6.1:
Interaction between polarized free electrons and magnetization-macroscopic model / 6.3:
Spin-torque transfer in a multilayer thin-film stack / 6.4:
Spin-transfer torque and switching threshold current density / 6.5:
Switching characteristics and threshold in magnetic tunnel junctions / 6.6:
Regimes of write pulse width / 6.6.1:
Switching probability in the thermal regime / 6.6.2:
Spin-torque-transfer switching under a magnetic field / 6.6.3:
Magnetic back-hopping / 6.6.4:
Reliability of tunnel barriers in MTJs / 6.7:
SPICE model of MTJs and memory cells / 6.8:
Memory cell operation / 6.9:
I-V characteristics of STT memory cell during write / 6.9.1:
Read and write voltage window of STT memory cell / 6.9.2:
Sense signal margin / 6.9.3:
Write-to-breakdown-voltage margin / 6.9.4:
Thermal stability of STT memory chip / 6.10:
Nanocurrent-channel film-stack structure / 6.12:
Double-spin-filter structure / 6.12.2:
Perpendicular MTJ / 6.12.3:
Direct observation of magnetization reversal / 6.13:
Applications of MTJ-based technology / 7:
MRAM market position / 7.1:
MTJ applications in CMOS SoC chips / 7.3:
Embedded memory in logic chips / 7.3.1:
Unbalanced MTJ flip-flop / 7.3.2:
Non-volatile multiplexer / 7.3.3:
MTJ data register / 7.3.4:
System-on-chip power reduction / 7.4:
Runtime reconfigurable electronic system / 7.5:
Unit conversion table for cgs and SI units / Appendix A:
Dimensions of units of magnetism / Appendix B:
Physical constants / Appendix C:
Gaussian distribution and quantile plots / Appendix D:
Weibull distribution / Appendix E:
Time-dependent dielectric breakdown (TDDB) of magnetic tunnel junction devices / Appendix F:
Binomial distribution and Poisson distribution / Appendix G:
Defect density and the breakdown/TMR distribution of MTJ devices / Appendix H:
Fe, Ni and Co material parameters / Appendix I:
Soft error, hard fail and design margin / Appendix J:
Index
Preface
Acknowledgments
Basic electromagnetism / 1:
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Stephen E. Derenzo
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003
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Preface
Digital tools / 1:
Analog tools / 2:
Analog-digital conversion and sampling / 3:
Sensors and actuators / 4:
Data analysis and control / 5:
Grounding and shielding / Appendix A:
Experimental uncertainties / Appendix B:
C programming hints / Appendix C:
Numerical methods and C functions / Appendix D:
Summary of data translation DT3010 PCI plug-in board / Appendix E:
Using the digital oscilloscope to record waveforms / Appendix F:
Electrical hazards and safety / Appendix G:
Standard resistor and capacitor values / Appendix H:
Ascii character codes / Appendix I:
Glossary / Appendix J:
Index
Preface
Digital tools / 1:
Analog tools / 2:
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Raphael D. Levine
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005
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Understanding chemical reactions at the molecular level / 1:
Molecular collisions / 2:
Introduction to reactive molecular collisions / 3:
Scattering as a probe of collision dynamics / 4:
Introduction to polyatomic dynamics / 5:
Structural considerations in the calculation of reaction rates / 6:
Photoselective chemistry: access to the transition state region / 7:
Chemistry in real time / 8:
State-changing collisions: molecular energy transfer / 9:
Stereodynamics / 10:
Dynamics in the condensed phase / 11:
Dynamics of gas-surface interactions and reactions / 12:
Understanding chemical reactions at the molecular level / 1:
Molecular collisions / 2:
Introduction to reactive molecular collisions / 3:
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L. B. Freund, S. Suresh, Subra Suresh
出版情報: Cambridge University Press Online Books , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003
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Christopher Haslett
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Propagation in free space and the aperture antenna / 1:
Propagation in free space: simplified explanation / 1.1:
The aperture antenna: simplified explanation / 1.2:
Further details and calculations / 1.3:
Point-to-point transmission / 1.4:
Transmitting, directing and capturing power / 1.4.1:
Transmission loss between practical antennas / 1.4.2:
Determining the power required / 1.4.3:
Example calculations / 1.4.4:
Equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP) / 1.4.5:
Near-field effects: simplified explanation / 1.5:
Further detail on the near-field issue / 1.5.1:
Polarisation / 1.6:
Summary / 1.7:
Point-to-area transmission / 2:
Overview / 2.1:
Power density and electric field strength / 2.2:
Converting from field strength to received signal power / 2.3:
Predicting the field strength at a distance / 2.4:
The effect of frequency / 2.5:
Prediction methods for digital mobile communication / 2.6:
The Okumura-Hata model / 2.6.1:
Comparison between propagation at 900 MHz and propagation at 1800 MHz / 2.6.2:
Base-station antennas / 2.7:
Sectored antennas / 2.7.1:
Mobile-station antennas / 2.8:
Interference and the noise floor / 2.9:
The effect of obstacles / 2.10:
Knife-edge diffraction / 3.1:
Huygens' principle and the Cornu spiral / 3.1.1:
Clearance requirements / 3.2:
A resume of the assumptions and approximations / 3.3:
Diffraction through an aperture / 3.4:
Reflection from a finite surface / 3.5:
Antenna radiation patterns / 3.6:
The radiation pattern of an aperture antenna / 3.6.1:
Multiple diffracting edges / 3.7:
Comparison of methods / 3.7.1:
Diffraction by practical obstacles / 3.8:
The GTD/UTD / 3.9:
Clearance requirements and Fresnel zones / 3.10:
Reflection, scatter and penetration / 3.11:
Introduction / 4.1:
Standing wave patterns / 4.2:
Determining reflection coefficients / 4.3:
Propagation over a flat plane / 4.4:
Propagation over water / 4.5:
Rayleigh and Rician multipath environments / 4.6:
Reflections from rough surfaces / 4.7:
Penetration of materials / 4.8:
Estimating the received signal strength in complex environments / 4.9:
Aggregating multiple contributions / 5.1:
Atmospheric effects / 6:
Multipath propagation in the atmosphere / 6.1:
Ducting / 6.2:
The k-factor and the standard atmosphere / 6.3:
Anomalous propagation and multipath fading / 6.4:
Diversity techniques / 6.5:
Space diversity / 6.5.1:
Frequency diversity / 6.5.2:
Angle diversity / 6.5.3:
Polarisation diversity / 6.5.4:
Summary of diversity on fixed links / 6.5.5:
Diversity in mobile communications / 6.5.6:
Diffraction fading / 6.6:
Selective fading in long-distance, high-capacity microwave links / 6.7:
Ducting and interference in point-to-area systems / 6.8:
Rain attenuation / 6.9:
Atmospheric absorption / 6.10:
Atmospheric effects and Earth-space links / 6.11:
Noise and temperature effects / 6.12:
Noise calculations on Earth-space systems / 6.12.1:
System design and interference management / 6.13:
Determining the most appropriate frequencies for specific services / 7.1:
System design / 7.2:
Terrestrial point-to-point system design / 7.2.1:
Broadcast systems / 7.2.2:
Earth-space systems / 7.2.3:
In-building systems / 7.2.4:
Software-based tools / 7.3:
Software tools for management of fixed-links networks / 8.1:
Planning tools for public mobile networks / 8.2:
Mitigating against uncertainties / 8.3:
Statistical methods / 8.3.1:
The decibel scale / 8.4:
Phasor arithmetic and phasor diagrams / Appendix 2:
Formula sheet / Appendix 3:
Explanation of the link budget / Appendix 4:
Further reading
References
Recommendations of the Radiocommunication Bureau of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Geneva
Author's biography
Index
Preface
Acknowledgements
Propagation in free space and the aperture antenna / 1:
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Daniel D. Joseph, Toshio Funada, Jing Wang
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Yongsheng Lian, Hao Liu, Wei Shyy, Jian Tang, Dragos Viieru
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Nomenclature
List of Abbreviations
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Flapping Flight in Nature / 1.1:
Unpowered Flight: Gliding and Soaring / 1.1.1:
Powered Flight: Flapping / 1.1.2:
Hovering / 1.1.3:
Forward Flight / 1.1.4:
Scaling / 1.2:
Geometric Similarity / 1.2.1:
Wingspan / 1.2.2:
Wing Area / 1.2.3:
Wing Loading / 1.2.4:
Aspect Ratio / 1.2.5:
Wing-Beat Frequency / 1.2.6:
Power Implication of a Flapping Wing / 1.3:
Upper and Lower Limits / 1.3.1:
Drag and Power / 1.3.2:
Concluding Remarks / 1.4:
Fixed, Rigid-Wing Aerodynamics / 2:
Laminar Separation and Transition to Turbulence / 2.1:
Navier-Stokes Equation and the Transition Model / 2.1.1:
The eN Method / 2.1.2:
Case Study: SD 7003 / 2.1.3:
Factors Influencing Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics / 2.2:
Re = 103-104 / 2.2.1:
Re = 104-106 / 2.2.2:
Effect of Free-Stream Turbulence / 2.2.3:
Effect of Unsteady Free-Stream / 2.2.4:
Three-Dimensional Wing Aerodynamics / 2.3:
Unsteady Phenomena at High Angles of Attack / 2.3.1:
Aspect Ratio and Tip Vortices / 2.3.2:
Wingtip Effect / 2.3.3:
Unsteady Tip Vortices / 2.3.4:
Flexible-Wing Aerodynamics / 2.4:
General Background of Flexible-Wing Flyers / 3.1:
Flexible-Wing Models / 3.2:
Linear Membrane Model / 3.2.1:
Hyperelastic Membrane Model / 3.2.2:
Combined Fluid-Structural Dynamics Computation / 3.2.3:
Coupled Elastic Structures and Aerodynamics / 3.3:
Flexible Airfoils / 3.3.1:
Membrane-Wing Aerodynamics / 3.3.2:
Flapping-Wing Aerodynamics / 3.4:
Scaling, Kinematics, and Governing Equations / 4.1:
Flapping Motion / 4.1.1:
Reynolds Number / 4.1.2:
Strouhal Number and Reduced Frequency / 4.1.3:
Nonstationary Airfoil Aerodynamics / 4.2:
Dynamic Stall / 4.2.1:
Thrust Generation of a Pitching/Plunging Airfoil / 4.2.2:
Simplified Flapping-Wing Aerodynamics Model / 4.3:
Lift-Enhancement Mechanisms in Flapping Wings / 4.4:
Leading-Edge Vortex / 4.4.1:
Rapid Pitch-Up / 4.4.2:
Wake Capture / 4.4.3:
Clap-and-Fling Mechanism / 4.4.4:
Wing Structural Flexibility / 4.4.5:
Effects of Reynolds Number, Reduced Frequency, and Kinematics on Hovering Aerodynamics / 4.5:
Hovering Kinematics / 4.5.1:
Scaling Effect on Force Generation for Hovering Airfoils / 4.5.2:
Aerodynamics of a Hovering Hawkmoth / 4.6:
Downstroke / 4.6.1:
Supination / 4.6.2:
Upstroke / 4.6.3:
Pronation / 4.6.4:
Evaluation of Aerodynamic Forces / 4.6.5:
Aerodynamic and Inertial Powers of Flapping Wings / 4.6.6:
References / 4.7:
Index
Fixed, rigid wing aerodynamics
Flexible wing aerodynamics
Flapping wing aerodynamics
Nomenclature
List of Abbreviations
Preface
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Richard Anthony Lewis Jones, Richard A. L. Jones, Randal W. Richards, Randal William Richards
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Introduction and overview / 1:
The surface of a simple polymer melt / 2:
Experimental techniques / 3:
Polymer/polymer interfaces / 4:
Adsorption and surface aggregation from polymer solutions and mixtures / 5:
Tethered polymer chains in solutions and melts / 6:
Adhesion and the mechanical properties of polymer interfaces at the molecular level / 7:
Polymers spread at air/liquid interfaces / 8:
Index.
Index
Preface
Introduction and overview / 1:
The surface of a simple polymer melt / 2:
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Bernard P. Binks, Bernard P. Binks, Tommy S. Horozov
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Particles at liquid interfaces - an introduction / B. P. Binks ; T. S. Horozov1:
Structure and formation of particle monolayers at liquid interfaces / L. Bergstrom2:
Theory for interactions between particles in monolayers / J. C. Fernandez-Toledano ; A. Moncho-Jorda ; F. Martinez-Lopez ; R. Hidalgo-Alvarez3:
Particle-assisted wetting / W. A. Goedel4:
Particle-laden interfaces: rheology, coalescence, adhesion and buckling / G. G. Fuller ; E. J. Stancik ; S. Melle5:
Solids-stabilized emulsions: a review / R. J. G. Lopetinksy ; J. H. Masliyah ; Z. Xu6:
Novel materials derived from particles assembled on liquid surfaces / K. P. Velikov ; O. D. Velev7:
Interfacial particles in food emulsions and foams / E. Dickinson8:
Collection and attachment of particles by air bubbles in froth flotation / A. V. Nguyen ; R. J. Pugh ; G. J. Jameson9:
Antifoam effects of solid particles, oil drops and oil-solid compounds in aqueous foams / N. D. Denkov ; K. G. Marinova10:
Metal foams: towards high temperature colloid chemistry / N Babcsan ; J Banhart11:
Particles at liquid interfaces - an Introduction
Particles at liquid interfaces - an introduction / B. P. Binks ; T. S. Horozov1:
Structure and formation of particle monolayers at liquid interfaces / L. Bergstrom2:
Theory for interactions between particles in monolayers / J. C. Fernandez-Toledano ; A. Moncho-Jorda ; F. Martinez-Lopez ; R. Hidalgo-Alvarez3:
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Jinho Choi
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List of figures
List of tables
Preface
List of symbols
List of abbreviations
Introduction / 1:
Communications in interference-limited environments / 1.1:
Issues in receiver design / 1.2:
Adaptive signal processing / 1.3:
Iterative signal processing / 1.4:
Outline of the book / 1.5:
Limitations of the book / 1.6:
ISI channels and adaptive signal processing / I:
Channel equalization for dispersive channels / 2:
ISI channels and the equalization problem / 2.1:
Linear equalizers / 2.2:
Decision feedback equalizers / 2.3:
Adaptive linear equalizers / 2.4:
Adaptive decision feedback equalizers / 2.5:
Summary and notes / 2.6:
Appendix to Chapter 2: Convergence of the LMS algorithm / 2.7:
Sequence detection with adaptive channel estimation / 3:
MLSD and the Viterbi algorithm / 3.1:
Channel estimation / 3.2:
MLSD with estimated channel / 3.3:
Per-survivor processing with adaptive channel estimation / 3.4:
Estimation and detection for fading multipath channels / 3.5:
Introduction to fading channel modeling / 4.1:
MMSE approach to estimate time-varying channels / 4.2:
Adaptive algorithms to track time-varying channels / 4.3:
Kalman filter for channel tracking / 4.4:
MLSD and PSP with channel tracking for fading channels / 4.5:
Iterative signal processing for ISI channels / 4.6:
Map detection and iterative channel estimation / 5:
Map symbol detection over ISI channels / 5.1:
ML channel estimation and the EM algorithm / 5.2:
Iterative channel estimation with MAP detection / 5.3:
ML data detection via the EM algorithm / 5.4:
Iterative receivers over static ISI channels / 5.5:
A brief overview of information theory / 6.1:
Convolutional codes / 6.2:
Iterative receivers / 6.3:
Exit chart analysis / 6.4:
Iterative receivers under time-varying channel conditions / 6.5:
Detection/decoding for unknown time-varying channels / 7.1:
Iterative receiver based on ExDD-ImC approach / 7.2:
Iterative receiver based on ExC-ImDD approach / 7.3:
Appendix to Chapter 7: Gauss-Seidel iteration / 7.4:
Other interference-limited systems / III:
CDMA systems and multiuser detection / 8:
Overview of cellular systems / 8.1:
Introduction to CDMA systems / 8.2:
Multiuser detection / 8.3:
Adaptive detectors / 8.4:
Iterative CDMA receivers / 8.5:
Structure of iterative receivers / 9.1:
MAP detection in iterative receivers / 9.2:
Approximate MAP detection within iterative receivers / 9.3:
MMSE-SC detection within iterative receivers / 9.4:
Iterative receiver with unknown interferers / 9.5:
Iterative receivers for multiple antenna systems / 9.6:
Space diversity / 10.1:
MIMO detection / 10.2:
Iterative receivers with known channels / 10.3:
Doubly iterative receivers under uncertain conditions / 10.4:
Appendix to Chapter 10: Proof of Eq. (10.71) / 10.5:
Coded OFDM and the iterative receiver / 11:
Introduction to OFDM systems / 11.1:
Coded OFDM / 11.2:
EM-based iterative channel estimation / 11.3:
Appendix to Chapter 11: Derivation of Eq. (11.6) / 11.4:
Review of signal processing and the Z-transform / Appendix 1:
Important properties of matrices and vectors / Appendix 2:
Background for probability and statistics / Appendix 3:
References
Index
ISI Channels and Adaptive Signal Processing / Part I:
Iterative Signal Processing for ISI Channels / Part II:
MAP detection and iterative channel estimation
Other Interference-Limited Systems / Part III:
Coded OFDM and iterative receiver
Appendices
List of figures
List of tables
Preface
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Sung-Piau Lin
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Notation list
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Uniform inviscid liquid sheets / 2:
Nonuniform inviscid liquid sheets / 3:
Viscous liquid sheets / 4:
Waves on liquid sheets / 5:
Phenomena of jet breakup / 6:
Inviscid jets / 7:
A viscous jet / 8:
Roles played by interfacial shear / 9:
Annular liquid jets / 10:
Nonlinear capillary instability of liquid jets and sheets / 11:
Epilogue / 12:
Appendices
Author index
Subject Index
Notation list
Preface
Introduction / 1:
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Panos Y. Papalambros, Douglass J. Wilde
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Preface
Notation
List of symbols
Optimization models / 1:
Model construction / 2:
Model boundedness / 3:
Interior optima / 4:
Boundary optima / 5:
Parametric and discrete optima / 6:
Local computation / 7:
Principles and practice / 8:
References
Author index
Subject index
Preface
Notation
List of symbols
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Odd Magnus Faltinsen
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Introduction / 1:
Resistance and propulsion / 2:
Waves / 3:
Wave resistance and wash / 4:
Surface effect ships / 5:
Hydrofoil vessels and foil theory / 6:
Semi-displacement vessels / 7:
Slamming, whipping and springing / 8:
Planing vessels / 9:
Manoeuvring / 10:
Appendix
References
Index
Introduction / 1:
Resistance and propulsion / 2:
Waves / 3:
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Jean-Pierre Antoine, Syed Twareque Ali, Jean Pierre Antoine, Romain Murenzi, Pierre Vandergheynst
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Prologue
Warm-up: the 1-D continuous wavelet transform / 1:
The 2-D continuous wavelet transform / 2:
Some 2-D wavelets and their performances / 3:
Applications of the 2-D CWT I. Image processing / 4:
Applications of the 2-D CWT II. Physical applications / 5:
Matrix geometry of wavelet analysis I / 6:
Matrix geometry of wavelet analysis II / 7:
Minimal uncertainty and Wigner transformations / 8:
Higher-dimensional wavelets / 9:
Spatio-temporal wavelets and motion estimation / 10:
Beyond wavelets / 11:
Epilogue
Appendix 1
Bibliography
Index
Applications of the 2-D CWT
Image processing / I:
Physical applications / II:
Prologue
Warm-up: the 1-D continuous wavelet transform / 1:
The 2-D continuous wavelet transform / 2:
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Jia-Ming Liu
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breface
Background / 1:
Optical waveguides / 2:
Optical fibers / 3:
Coupling of waves and modes / 4:
Optical couplers / 5:
Electro-optic devices / 6:
Magneto-optic devices / 7:
Acousto-optic devices / 8:
Nonlinear optical devices / 9:
Lasers and amplifiers / 10:
Semiconductor basics / 11:
Semiconductor lasers and light-emitting diodes / 12:
Photodetectors / 13:
Index
breface
Background / 1:
Optical waveguides / 2:
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Paul Wolfgang Gross, Paul W. Gross, P. Robert Kotiuga, Peter Robert Kotiuga
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From vector calculus to algebraic topology / 1:
Quasistatic electromagnetic fields / 2:
Duality theorems for manifolds with boundary / 3:
The finite element method and data structures / 4:
Computing eddy currents on thin conductors with scalar potentials / 5:
An algorithm to make cuts for magnetic scalar potentials / 6:
A paradigm problem / 7:
From vector calculus to algebraic topology / 1:
Quasistatic electromagnetic fields / 2:
Duality theorems for manifolds with boundary / 3:
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Laszlo Peter Kollar, László P. Kollár, George S. Springer
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Preface
List of symbols
Introduction / 1:
Displacements, strains, stresses / 2:
Laminated composites / 3:
Thin plates / 4:
Sandwich plates / 5:
Beams / 6:
Beams with shear deformation / 7:
Shells / 8:
Finite element analysis / 9:
Failure criteria / 10:
Micromechanics / 11:
Cross-sectional properties of thin-walled composite beams / Appendix A:
Buckling loads and natural frequencies of orthotropic beams with shear deformation / Appendix B:
Typical material properties / Appendix C:
Index
Preface
List of symbols
Introduction / 1:
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Daniel Moshe Kaplan, Daniel M. Kaplan, Christopher G. White, Christopher Gerard White
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Introduction
Equipment familiarization: multimeter, breadboard, and oscilloscope / 1:
RC circuits / 2:
Diodes / 3:
Bipolar transistors / 4:
Transistors II: FETs / 5:
Transistors III: differential amplifier / 6:
Introduction to operational amplifiers / 7:
More op amp applications / 8:
Comparators and oscillators / 9:
Combinational logic / 10:
Flip flops: saving a logic state / 11:
Monostables, counters, multiplexers, and RAM / 12:
Digital/analog conversion / 13:
Index
Introduction
Equipment familiarization: multimeter, breadboard, and oscilloscope / 1:
RC circuits / 2:
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Faydor L. Litvin, Alfonso Fuentes
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Coordinate transformation / 1:
Relative velocity / 2:
Centrodes, axodes, operating pitch surfaces / 3:
Planar curves / 4:
Surfaces / 5:
Conjugated surfaces and curves / 6:
Curvatures of surfaces and curves / 7:
Mating surfaces: curvature relations, contact ellipse / 8:
Computerized simulation of meshing and contact / 9:
Spur involute gears / 10:
Internal involute gears / 11:
Noncircular gears / 12:
Cycloidal gearing / 13:
Involute helical gears with parallel axes / 14:
Modified involute gears / 15:
Involute helical gears with crossed axes / 16:
New version of Novikov-Wildhaber helical gears / 17:
Face-gear drives / 18:
Worm-gear drives with cylindrical worms / 19:
Double-enveloping worm-gear drives / 20:
Spiral bevel gears / 21:
Hypoid gear drives / 22:
Planetary gear trains / 23:
Generation of helicoids / 24:
Design of flyblades / 25:
Generation of surfaces by CNC machines / 26:
Overwire (Ball) measurement / 27:
Minimization of deviations of gear real tooth surfaces / 28:
Coordinate transformation / 1:
Relative velocity / 2:
Centrodes, axodes, operating pitch surfaces / 3:
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Asterios Gavriilidis, Massimo Morbidelli, Arvind Varma
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Introduction / 1:
Optimization of catalyst distribution in a single pellet / 2:
Optimization of catalyst distribution in a reactor / 3:
Studies involving catalyst deactivation / 4:
Membrane reactors / 5:
Special topics of commercial importance / 6:
Preparation of pellets with nonuniform distribution of catalyst / 7:
Notation
References
Tables
Captions for figures
Appendices
Introduction / 1:
Optimization of catalyst distribution in a single pellet / 2:
Optimization of catalyst distribution in a reactor / 3:
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Earl McCune
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Preface
Glossary and abbreviations
Terms and conventions
Table of contents
Keying, states, and block diagram construction / 1:
Common issues and signal characterization / 2:
Important details on results from Shannon, Nyquist, and others / 3:
Digital amplitude modulation: ASK / 4:
Digital frequency modulation: FSK / 5:
Digital phase modulation: PSK / 6:
Combined digital modulations / 7:
Spread spectrum / 8:
Wireless propagation and antenna fundamentals / 9:
Principles of coding / 10:
Multiple access techniques / 11:
Signal trade-offs and system evolution / 12:
Phasor review / Appendix A:
Decibels (dB) really are simple / Appendix B:
Analog modulation basics / Appendix C:
Quadrature modulation and demodulation principles / Appendix D:
Polar modulation and demodulation principles / Appendix E:
Derivative-zeroed pulse family / Appendix F:
Selected DWC standards and their modulations / Appendix G:
Preface
Glossary and abbreviations
Terms and conventions
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Marcel Lesieur, P. Comte, Pierre Comte, M. Lesieur, Olivier Mâetais, Olivier Mâetais, O. Métais, O. Métais
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Michael J. T. Smith
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Preface
Ackknowledgments
Human reaction to aircraft noise / 1:
Action against aircraft noise / 2:
Aircraft noise sources / 3:
Power-plant noise control / 4:
Concorde - a special case / 5:
Noise data acquisition and presentation / 6:
Aircraft noise prediction / 7:
Prospects for the future / 8:
Review / 9:
Appendices
Noise levels, scales and indices
Abbreviations and acronyms
Useful addresses: partial listing of organisations concerned with noise in aerospace-manufacturing nations
Calculation of effective perceived noise-level data from measured noise data: excerpts from ICAO Annex 16
Calculation of aircraft noise contours around airports
Typical aircraft noise levels
References
Index
Preface
Ackknowledgments
Human reaction to aircraft noise / 1:
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David L. Birdsall, W. Austyn Mair
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Preface
Introduction
Aerodynamic foundations
Basic flight theory
Drag equations
Climbing performance
Power plants
Take-off and landing performance
Fuel consumption, range and endurance
Turning performance
Vectored thrust
Transonic and supersonic flight
Appendices.
Appendices
Preface
Introduction
Aerodynamic foundations
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Rodney Cotterill
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Prologue
Solo atoms: electrons, nuclei and quanta / 1:
Atomic duets: the chemical bond / 2:
Atoms in concert: states of matter / 3:
Patterns within patterns: perfect crystals / 4:
The inevitable flaw: imperfect crystals / 5:
The great mediator: water / 6:
From mine, quarry and well: minerals / 7:
Almost forever: ceramics / 8:
Monarchs of the cave: metals / 9:
The busy electron: conductors and insulators / 10:
A mysterious harmony: glass / 11:
The organic world: carbon / 12:
Strangeness in proportion: liquid crystals / 13:
Of snakes and ladders: Polymers / 14:
The vital threads: Biopolymers / 15:
The essential bag: the cell / 16:
Mortal coils: the organism / 17:
A place in the sun: the plant / 18:
Mandatory hunter: the animal / 19:
Enchanted loom: the mind / 20:
Prologue
Solo atoms: electrons, nuclei and quanta / 1:
Atomic duets: the chemical bond / 2:
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Eduardo Kausel
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Preliminaries / Section I:
Fundamentals / 1:
Notation and table of symbols / 1.1:
Sign convention / 1.2:
Coordinate systems and differential operators / 1.3:
Cartesian coordinates / 1.3.1:
Cylindrical coordinates / 1.3.2:
Spherical coordinates / 1.3.3:
Strains, stresses, and the elastic wave equation / 1.4:
Dipoles / 1.4.1:
Point dipoles or doublets: single couples and tensile crack sources / 2.1:
Line dipoles / 2.2:
Torsional point sources / 2.3:
Seismic moments (double couples with no net resultant) / 2.4:
Blast loads (explosive line and point sources) / 2.5:
Dipoles in cylindrical coordinates / 2.6:
Full Space Problems / Section II:
Two-dimensional problems in full, homogeneous spaces / 3:
Fundamental identities and definitions / 3.1:
Anti-plane line load (SH waves) / 3.2:
SH line load in an orthotropic space / 3.3:
In-plane line load (SV-P waves) / 3.4:
Dipoles in plane strain / 3.5:
Line blast source: suddenly applied pressure / 3.6:
Cylindrical cavity subjected to pulsating pressure / 3.7:
Three-dimensional problems in full, homogeneous spaces / 4:
Point load (Stokes problem) / 4.1:
Tension cracks / 4.3:
Double couples (seismic moments) / 4.4:
Torsional point source / 4.5:
Torsional point source with vertical axis / 4.6:
Point blast source / 4.7:
Spherical cavity subjected to arbitrary pressure / 4.8:
Spatially harmonic line source (21/2-D problem) / 4.9:
Half-Space Problems / Section III:
Two-dimensional problems in homogeneous half-spaces / 5:
Half-plane, SH line source and receiver anywhere / 5.1:
SH line load in an orthotropic half-plane / 5.2:
Half-plane, SV-P source and receiver at surface (Lamb's problem) / 5.3:
Half-plane, SV-P source on surface, receiver at interior, or vice versa / 5.4:
Half-plane, line blast load applied in its interior (Garvin's problem) / 5.5:
Three-dimensional problems in homogeneous half-spaces / 6:
3-D half-space, suddenly applied vertical point load on its surface (Pekeris-Mooney's problem) / 6.1:
3-D half-space, suddenly applied horizontal point load on its surface (Chao's problem) / 6.2:
3-D half-space, buried torsional point source with vertical axis / 6.3:
Plates and Strata / Section IV:
Two-dimensional problems in homogeneous plates and strata / 7:
Plate subjected to SH line source / 7.1:
Solution using the method of images / 7.1.1:
Normal mode solution / 7.1.2:
Stratum subjected to SH line source / 7.2:
Plate with mixed boundary conditions subjected to SV-P line source / 7.2.1:
Analytical and Numerical Methods / 7.3.1:
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Solution to the Helmholtz and wave equations / 8:
Summary of results / 8.1:
Scalar Helmholtz equation in Cartesian coordinates / 8.2:
Vector Helmholtz equation in Cartesian coordinates / 8.3:
Elastic wave equation in Cartesian coordinates / 8.4:
Horizontally stratified media, plane strain / 8.4.1:
Scalar Helmholtz equation in cylindrical coordinates / 8.5:
Vector Helmholtz equation in cylindrical coordinates / 8.6:
Elastic wave equation in cylindrical coordinates / 8.7:
Horizontally stratified media / 8.7.1:
Radially stratified media / 8.7.2:
Scalar Helmholtz equation in spherical coordinates / 8.8:
Vector Helmholtz equation in spherical coordinates / 8.9:
Elastic wave equation in spherical coordinates / 8.10:
Integral transform method / 9:
Cylindrically stratified media / 9.1:
Stiffness matrix method for layered media / 9.3:
Summary of method / 10.1:
Stiffness matrix method in Cartesian coordinates / 10.2:
Analytic continuation in the layers / 10.2.1:
Numerical computation of stiffness matrices / 10.2.2:
Summary of computation / 10.2.3:
Stiffness matrix method in cylindrical coordinates / 10.3:
Horizontally layered system / 10.3.1:
Radially layered system / 10.3.2:
Stiffness matrix method for layered spheres / 10.4:
Properties and use of impedance matrices / 10.4.1:
Asymmetry / 10.4.2:
Expansion of source and displacements into spherical harmonics / 10.4.3:
Rigid body spheroidal modes / 10.4.4:
Appendices / Section VI:
Basic properties of mathematical functions / 11:
Bessel functions / 11.1:
Differential equation / 11.1.1:
Recurrence relations / 11.1.2:
Derivatives / 11.1.3:
Wronskians / 11.1.4:
Orthogonality conditions / 11.1.5:
Useful integrals / 11.1.6:
Spherical Bessel functions / 11.2:
Trigonometric representations / 11.2.1:
Legendre polynomials / 11.2.3:
Rodrigues's formula / 11.3.1:
Trigonometric expansion (x = cos [phi]) / 11.3.3:
Orthogonality condition / 11.3.4:
Expansion in Legendre series / 11.3.6:
Associated Legendre functions (spheroidal harmonics) / 11.4:
Orthogonality of co-latitude matrix / 11.4.1:
Expansion of arbitrary function in spheroidal harmonics / 11.4.5:
Leibniz rule for the derivative of a product of two functions / 11.4.6:
Brief listing of integral transforms / 12:
Fourier transforms / 12.1:
Hankel transforms / 12.2:
Spherical Hankel transforms / 12.3:
MATLAB programs / 13:
Solutions to the Helmholtz and wave equations / Part I:
Stiffness (impedance) matrix method
Brief table of integral transforms / Part VI:
MATLAB(R) program listings
Preface
Preliminaries / Section I:
Fundamentals / 1:
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Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Introduction / 1:
Background / 1.1:
Electromagnetic band gap (EBG) structures / 1.2:
EBG definition / 1.2.1:
EBG and metamaterials / 1.2.2:
Analysis methods for EBG structures / 1.3:
EBG applications in antenna engineering / 1.4:
Antenna substrates for surface wave suppressions / 1.4.1:
Antenna substrates for efficient low profile wire antenna designs / 1.4.2:
Reflection/transmission surfaces for high gain antennas / 1.4.3:
FDTD method for periodic structure analysis / 2:
FDTD fundamentals / 2.1:
Yee's cell and updating scheme / 2.1.1:
Absorbing boundary conditions: PML / 2.1.3:
FDTD excitation / 2.1.4:
Extraction of characteristic parameters / 2.1.5:
Periodic boundary conditions / 2.2:
Fundamental challenges in PBC / 2.2.1:
Overview of various PBCs / 2.2.2:
Constant k[subscript x] method for scattering analysis / 2.2.3:
Guided wave analysis / 2.3:
Problem statement / 2.3.1:
Brillouin zone for periodic waveguides / 2.3.2:
Examples / 2.3.3:
Plane wave scattering analysis / 2.4:
Plane wave excitation / 2.4.1:
A unified approach: hybrid FDTD/ARMA method / 2.4.3:
A unified approach for guided wave and scattering analysis / 2.5.1:
ARMA estimator / 2.5.2:
Projects / 2.5.3:
EBG characterizations and classifications / 3:
Resonant circuit models for EBG structures / 3.1:
Effective medium model with lumped LC elements / 3.1.1:
Transmission line model for surface waves / 3.1.2:
Transmission line model for plane waves / 3.1.3:
Graphic representation of frequency band gap / 3.2:
FDTD model / 3.2.1:
Near field distributions inside and outside the frequency band gap / 3.2.2:
Frequency band gap for surface wave propagation / 3.3:
Dispersion diagram / 3.3.1:
Surface wave band gap / 3.3.2:
In-phase reflection for plane wave incidence / 3.4:
Reflection phase / 3.4.1:
EBG reflection phase: normal incidence / 3.4.2:
EBG reflection phase: oblique incidence / 3.4.3:
Soft and hard surfaces / 3.5:
Impedance and reflection coefficient of a periodic ground plane / 3.5.1:
Soft and hard operations / 3.5.2:
Classifications of various EBG structures / 3.5.3:
Project / 3.7:
Designs and optimizations of EBG structures / 4:
Parametric study of a mushroom-like EBG structure / 4.1:
Patch width effect / 4.1.1:
Gap width effect / 4.1.2:
Substrate thickness effect / 4.1.3:
Substrate permittivity effect / 4.1.4:
Comparison of mushroom and uni-planar EBG designs / 4.2:
Polarization-dependent EBG surface designs / 4.3:
Rectangular patch EBG surface / 4.3.1:
Slot loaded EBG surface / 4.3.2:
EBG surface with offset vias / 4.3.3:
An example application: PDEBG reflector / 4.3.4:
Compact spiral EBG designs / 4.4:
Single spiral design / 4.4.1:
Double spiral design / 4.4.2:
Four-arm spiral design / 4.4.3:
Dual layer EBG designs / 4.5:
Particle swarm optimization (PSO) of EBG structures / 4.6:
Particle swarm optimization: a framework / 4.6.1:
Optimization for a desired frequency with a +90[degree] reflection phase / 4.6.2:
Optimization for a miniaturized EBG structure / 4.6.3:
General steps of EBG optimization problems using PSO / 4.6.4:
Advanced EBG surface designs / 4.7:
Space filling curve EBG designs / 4.7.1:
Multi-band EBG surface designs / 4.7.2:
Tunable EBG surface designs / 4.7.3:
Patch antennas with EBG structures / 4.8:
Patch antennas on high permittivity substrate / 5.1:
Gain enhancement of a single patch antenna / 5.2:
Patch antenna surrounded by EBG structures / 5.2.1:
Circularly polarized patch antenna design / 5.2.2:
Various EBG patch antenna designs / 5.2.3:
Mutual coupling reduction of a patch array / 5.3:
Mutual coupling between patch antennas on high dielectric constant substrate / 5.3.1:
Mutual coupling reduction by the EBG structure / 5.3.2:
More design examples / 5.3.3:
EBG patch antenna applications / 5.4:
EBG patch antenna for high precision GPS applications / 5.4.1:
EBG patch antenna for wearable electronics / 5.4.2:
EBG patch antennas in phased arrays for scan blindness elimination / 5.4.3:
Low profile wire antennas on EBG ground plane / 5.5:
Dipole antenna on EBG ground plane / 6.1:
Comparison of PEC, PMC, and EBG ground planes / 6.1.1:
Operational bandwidth selection / 6.1.2:
Parametric studies / 6.1.3:
Low profile antennas: wire-EBG antenna vs. patch antenna / 6.2:
Two types of low profile antennas / 6.2.1:
Performance comparison between wire-EBG and patch antennas / 6.2.2:
A dual band wire-EBG antenna design / 6.2.3:
Circularly polarized curl antenna on EBG ground plane / 6.3:
Performance of curl antennas over PEC and EBG ground planes / 6.3.1:
Parametric studies of curl antennas over the EBG surface / 6.3.2:
Experimental demonstration / 6.3.3:
Dipole antenna on a PDEBG ground plane for circular polarization / 6.4:
Radiation mechanism of CP dipole antenna / 6.4.1:
Experimental results / 6.4.2:
Reconfigurable bent monopole with radiation pattern diversity / 6.5:
Bent monopole antenna on EBG ground plane / 6.5.1:
Reconfigurable design for one-dimensional beam switch / 6.5.2:
Reconfigurable design for two-dimensional beam switch / 6.5.3:
Printed dipole antenna with a semi-EBG ground plane / 6.6:
Dipole antenna near the edge of a PEC ground plane / 6.6.1:
Enhanced performance of dipole antenna near the edge of an EBG ground plane / 6.6.2:
Summary / 6.6.3:
Surface wave antennas / 6.8:
A grounded slab loaded with periodic patches / 7.1:
Comparison of two artificial ground planes / 7.1.1:
Surface waves in the grounded slab with periodic patch loading / 7.1.2:
Dipole-fed surface wave antennas / 7.2:
Performance of a low profile dipole on a patch-loaded grounded slab / 7.2.1:
Radiation mechanism: the surface wave antenna / 7.2.2:
Effect of the finite artificial ground plane / 7.2.3:
Comparison between the surface wave antenna and vertical monopole antenna / 7.2.4:
Patch-fed surface wave antennas / 7.3:
Comparison between a circular microstrip antenna and a patch-fed SWA / 7.3.1:
Dual band surface wave antenna / 7.3.2:
Crosspatch-fed surface wave antenna / 7.4.1:
Modified crosspatch-fed surface wave antenna for dual band operation / 7.4.2:
EBG literature review / 7.5:
Index
Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
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Philip I. Cohen, Ayahiko Ichimiya
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Introduction / 1:
Historical survey / 2:
Instrumentation / 3:
Wave properties of electrons / 4:
The diffraction conditions / 5:
Geometrical features of the patterns / 6:
Kikuchi and resonance patterns / 7:
Real diffraction patterns / 8:
Electron scattering by atoms / 9:
Kinematic electron diffraction / 10:
Fourier components of the crystal potential / 11:
Dynamical theory: transfer matrix method / 12:
Dynamical theory: embedded R-matrix method / 13:
Dynamical theory: integral method / 14:
Structural analysis of crystal surfaces / 15:
Inelastic scattering in a crystal / 16:
Weakly disordered surfaces / 17:
Strongly disordered surfaces / 18:
RHEED intensity; oscillations / 19:
Appendices
Fourier representations / A:
Green's function / B:
Kirchhoff's diffraction theory / C:
A simpler Eigenvalue problem / D:
Waller and Hartree equation / E:
Optimization of dynamical calculation / F:
Scattering factor / G:
References
RHEED intensity oscillations
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James K. Hirvonen, James Mayer, Michael Nastasi
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General features and fundamental concepts / 1:
Interatomic potentials / 2:
Dynamics of binary elastic collisions / 3:
Cross-section / 4:
Ion stopping / 5:
Ion range and range distribution / 6:
Radiation damage and spikes / 7:
Ion-solid simulations and irradiation enhanced transport / 8:
Sputtering / 9:
Order-disorder under irradiation and ion implantation metallurgy / 10:
Ion beam mixing / 11:
Phase transformations / 12:
Ion beam assisted deposition / 13:
Applications of ion beam processing techniques / 14:
Ion beam system features / 15:
Appendices
Crystallography / A:
Table of contents / B:
Density of states / C:
Derivation of the Thomas-Fermi differential equations / D:
Centre-of-mass and laboratory scattering angles / E:
Miedema's semi-empirical model for the enthalpy of formation in the liquid and solid state / F:
Implantation metallurgy - study of equilibrium alloys / G:
Miedema's semi-empirical model for the enthalpy of formation in the liquid and solid state / Appendices: A:
General features and fundamental concepts / 1:
Interatomic potentials / 2:
Dynamics of binary elastic collisions / 3:
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Peter John Frederich Harris
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Introduction / 1:
Synthesis I: arc- and laser-vaporisation, heat treatment methods and electrolysis / 2:
Synthesis II: catalytic chemical vapour deposition and related methods / 3:
Purification and processing / 4:
Structure / 5:
Physical properties I: Electronic / 6:
Physical properties II: Mechanical, optical and thermal / 7:
Chemistry and biology of nanotubes / 8:
Carbon nanotube composites / 9:
Filled and heterogeneous nanotubes / 10:
Probes and sensors / 11:
Conclusions / 12:
Introduction / 1:
Synthesis I: arc- and laser-vaporisation, heat treatment methods and electrolysis / 2:
Synthesis II: catalytic chemical vapour deposition and related methods / 3:
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Malcolm J. Abzug, E. Eugene Larrabee
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Early developments in stability and control / 1:
Research centers and texts / 2:
Flying qualities becomes a science / 3:
Power effects on stability and control / 4:
Managing control forces / 5:
Stability and control at the design stage / 6:
The jets at an awkward age / 7:
The discovery of inertial coupling / 8:
Spinning and recovery / 9:
Tactical airplane maneuverability / 10:
High mach number difficulties / 11:
Naval aircraft problems / 12:
Ultra-light and human-powered airplanes / 13:
Fuel slosh, deep stall, and more / 14:
Safe personal airplanes / 15:
Stability and control issues with variable sweep / 16:
Modern canard configurations / 17:
Evolution of the equations of motion / 18:
The elastic airplane / 19:
Stability augmentation / 20:
Flying qualities research moves with the times / 21:
Challenge of stealth aerodynamics / 22:
Very large aircraft / 23:
Work still to be done / 24:
Short biographies of some stability and control figures
References and core bibliography
Early developments in stability and control / 1:
Research centers and texts / 2:
Flying qualities becomes a science / 3:
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Richard Hays Boyd, Richard Boyd, Grant Smith, Grant D. Smith
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Preface
Methodology / Part I:
Mechanical relaxation / 1:
Regimes of behavior / 1.1:
Superposition principle / 1.2:
Relaxation modulus / 1.3:
Simple stress relaxation / 1.4:
Dynamic modulus / 1.5:
Interconversion of stress relaxation and dynamic modulus / 1.6:
Representation of the relaxation function: single relaxation time (SRT) / 1.7:
Relaxations in polymeric materials tend to be "broad" / 1.8:
Distribution of relaxation times / 1.9:
Relaxation spectrum from E[subscript R](t) / 1.10:
Creep compliance / 1.11:
Dynamic compliance / 1.12:
Representation of the retardation function / 1.13:
Summary of the data transformations illustrated / 1.14:
A brief summary of elasticity / Appendix A1:
References
Dielectric relaxation / 2:
Dielectric permittivity / 2.1:
Measurement of dielectric permittivity / 2.2:
Time dependence of polarization: reorientation of permanent dipoles / 2.3:
Polarization and permittivity in time dependent electric fields / 2.4:
Empirical representations of the dielectric permittivity / 2.5:
NMR spectroscopy / 3:
NMR basics / 3.1:
The pulsed NMR method / 3.2:
NMR relaxation measurements / 3.3:
NMR exchange spectroscopy / 3.4:
Dynamic neutron scattering / 4:
Neutron scattering basics / 4.1:
Time-of-flight (TOF) and backscattering QENS / 4.2:
Neutron spin echo (NSE) spectroscopy / 4.3:
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of amorphous polymers / 5:
A brief history of atomistic MD simulations of amorphous polymers / 5.1:
The mechanics of MD simulations / 5.2:
Studying relaxation processes using atomistic MD simulations / 5.3:
Classical atomistic force fields / 5.4:
Amorphous polymers / Part II:
The primary transition region / 6:
Mechanical vs. dielectric relaxation / 6.1:
NMR relaxation / 6.4:
Neutron scattering / 6.5:
Secondary (subglass) relaxations / 7:
Occurrence of mechanical and dielectric secondary processes / 7.1:
Complexity and multiplicity of secondary processes / 7.2:
Flexible side group motion as a source of secondary relaxation / 7.3:
NMR spectroscopy studies of flexible side group motion / 7.4:
The transition from melt to glass and its molecular basis / 8:
Experimental description / 8.1:
Molecular basis / 8.2:
Complex systems / Part III:
Semi-crystalline polymers / 9:
Phase assignment / 9.1:
Effect of crystal phase presence on amorphous fraction relaxation / 9.2:
Relaxations in semi-crystalline polymers with a crystal phase relaxation / 9.3:
NMR insights / 9.4:
Miscible polymer blends / 10:
Poly(isoprene)/poly(vinyl ethylene) (PI/PVE) blends / 10.1:
Models for miscible blend dynamics / 10.2:
MD simulations of model miscible blends / 10.3:
PI/PVE blends revisited / 10.4:
The Rouse model / Appendix AI:
Formulation and normal modes / AI.1:
Establishment of Rouse parameters for a real polymer / AI.2:
The viscoelastic response of a Rouse chain / AI.3:
Bead displacements and the coherent single-chain structure factor / AI.4:
Site models for localized relaxation / Appendix AII:
Dipolar relaxation in terms of site models / AII.1:
Mechanical relaxation in terms of site models / AII.2:
Index
Amorphous Polymers
Complex Systems
The Rouse Model / Appendix 1:
Preface
Methodology / Part I:
Mechanical relaxation / 1:
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Vatchâe Vorpâerian
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Introduction / 1:
Transfer functions / 2:
The extra element theorem / 3:
The N extra element theorem / 4:
Electronic negative feedback / 5:
High-frequency and microwave circuits / 6:
Passive filters / 7:
PWM switching DC-to-DC converters / 8:
Foundation unit
A funny thing happened
On the road
Learn a language
A tall, dark handsome stranger
Through the grapevine
Being green
Work to live!
Bestsellers
Family life / 9:
Shop till you drop / 10:
Jobhunting / 11:
Getaway holidays / 12:
Crime doesn't pay / 13:
Customer relations / 14:
Food for thought / 15:
Literary figures / 16:
Stay healthy! / 17:
Sport for all / 18:
Review unit
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Transfer functions / 2:
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V. N. Bringi, V. Chandrasekar
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Electromagnetic concepts useful for radar applications / 1:
Scattering matrix / 2:
Wave, antenna, and radar polarization / 3:
Dual-polarized wave propagation in precipitation media / 4:
Doppler radar signal theory and spectral estimation / 5:
Dual-polarized radar systems and signal processing algorithms / 6:
The polarimetric basis for characterizing precipitation / 7:
Radar rainfall estimation / 8:
Appendices
Electromagnetic concepts useful for radar applications / 1:
Scattering matrix / 2:
Wave, antenna, and radar polarization / 3:
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W. Jones, William Jones, C. N. R. Rao, Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao
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Assembly and mineralization processes in biomineralization Lia Addadi / Elia Beniash ; Steve Weiner1:
Mesoscale materials synthesis and beyond Ivana Soten and Geoffrey / A. Ozin2:
Towards the rational design of zeolite frameworks Paul Wagner and Mark / E. Davis3:
Mesoscale self-assembly Ned Bowden / Joe Tien ; Wilhelm T. S. Huck ; George M. Whitesides4:
Design of amphiphiles for the modulation of catalytic membranous and gelation properties / Santanu Bhattacharya5:
Nanofabrication by the surface sol-gel process and molecular imprinting / Izumi Kunitake ; Sueng-Woo Lee ; Toyoki Ichinose6:
The hierarchy of open-framework structures in metal phosphates and oxalates / Srinivasan Natarajan ; C. N. R. Rao7:
Mesoscale self-assembly of metal nanocrystals into ordered arrays and giant / clusters G. U. Kulkarni ; P. John Thomas8:
Layered double hydroxides as templates for the formations of organic-inorganic supramolecular structures / Steven P. Newman ; William Jones9:
Molecular machines Francisco / M. Raymo ; J. Fraser Stoddart10:
Some aspects of supramolecular design of organic materials / Uday Maitra ; R. Balasubramanian11:
Controlling crystal architecture in molecular solids / Andrew D. Bond12:
Assembly and mineralization processes in biomineralization / Lia Addadi
Mesoscale materials synthesis and beyond / Ivana Soten ; Geoffrey A. Ozin
Towards the rational design of zeolite frameworks / Paul Wagner ; Mark E. Davis
Mesoscale self-assembly / Ned Bowden
Mesoscale self-assembly of metal nanocrystals into ordered arrays and giant clusters / G. U. Kulkarni
Molecular machines / Francisco M. Raymo
Assembly and mineralization processes in biomineralization Lia Addadi / Elia Beniash ; Steve Weiner1:
Mesoscale materials synthesis and beyond Ivana Soten and Geoffrey / A. Ozin2:
Towards the rational design of zeolite frameworks Paul Wagner and Mark / E. Davis3:
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