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  • Dorrell, David; Popescu, Mircea; Evans, Lyndon; Staton, David; Knight, Andrew (IEEE, 2010)
    In this paper a review is made of the different analysis and design techniques that can be used in modern electrical machine design, and references them to the developing area of hybrid vehicle drives. These machines are ...
  • Savage, Rowan (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2013)
    While there has been a great deal of scholarly discussion of dehumanization in specific cases of genocide, few have asked why it manifests, whether it is present in all cases or what function/s it performs. These questions?and ...
  • Crawford, Robert (School of Economics and Political Science, University of Sydney, 2004)
    Scholarly accounts of Robert Menzies? electoral success in 1949 and Gough Whitlam?s victory in 1972 invariably refer to the respective victors? electoral campaigns. However, the analysis of the campaigns? innovative ...
  • Clegg, Stewart; Kornberger, Martin (Elsevier Science, 2003)
    Modernism and postmodernism may be thought of as either moments or movements. We argue for thinking of them as moments, essentially related to each other, rather than movements that literally have historical specificity. ...
  • Barnstone, Deborah Ascher (Duke University Press, 2009)
    The article discusses the achievements and the contributions of German architect Adolf Rading in Breslau, Poland in the early part of the 20th century. It states that Rading embraced modernization and modernism in architecture ...
  • Pennycook, Alastair; Makoni, Sinfree (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005)
    Christian missionaries have played a crucial role not only in assisting past and current forms of colonialism and neocolonialism, not only in attacking and destroying other ways of being, but also in terms of the language ...
  • Abraham, Joshua; Champod, C; Lennard, Christopher; Roux, Claude (Elsevier, 2013)
    Over the last decade, the development of statistical models in support of forensic fingerprint identification has been the subject of increasing research attention, spurned on recently by commentators who claim that the ...
  • Riello, Giorgio; Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2010)
    When we write about the recent decades -- and indeed much of the twentieth century - scholars do not 'reconstruct a past that they can never know' as observed by Fritz Stern in his Varieties of History (1970), Depending ...
  • Zabihi, Zhinus; Crews, Keith; Samali, Bijan (CRC Press/Balkema, 2011)
    With the advent of other types of flooring systems utilising stronger materials and higher performance, timber flooring has been mainly restricted to domestic applications. However, the advent of engineered wood products ...
  • Dossou, Kokou; Botten, Lindsay; Mahmoodian, Sahand; Mcphedran, Ross; Poulton, Christopher; Asatryan, Ara; De Sterke, C (IEEE, 2008)
    We demonstrate the existence of a class of defects in 2D photonic crystals, for which the eigenstates depend only on the defect geometry, and not on details Re photonic crystal parameters or defect size.
  • De Sterke, C; Botten, Lindsay; Asatryan, Ara; White, Tom; Mcphedran, Ross (Optical Society of America, 2004)
    We consider the modes of coupled photonic crystal waveguides. We find that the fundamental modes ofthese structures can be either even or odd, in contrast with the behaviour in coupled conventional waveguides in which the ...
  • Bonnie, Fadi; Arnold, Matthew; Smith, Geoff; Gentle, Angus (SPIE, 2013)
    The optical resonances that occur in nanostructured metal layers are modulated in thin film stacks if the nanostructured layer is separate from a reflecting conducting layer by various thickness of thin dielectric.
  • Andreasen, J; Asatryan, Ara; Botten, Lindsay; Byrne, M; Cao, H; Ge, L; Labonte, L; Sebbah, P; Stone, A; T??Reci, H; Vanneste, C (Optical Society of America, 2011)
    In conventional lasers, the optical cavity that confines the photons also determines essential characteristics of the lasing modes such as wavelength, emission pattern, directivity, and polarization. In random lasers, which ...
  • Mahmoodian, Sahand; Poulton, Christopher; Dossou, Kokou; Mcphedran, Ross; Botten, Lindsay; De Sterke, C (Optical Society of America, 2009)
    We investigate the formation of photonic crystal waveguide (PCW) modes within the framework of perturbation theory. We derive a differential equation governing the envelope of PCW modes constructed from weak perturbations ...
  • Dossou, Kokou; Poulton, Christopher; Botten, Lindsay; Mahmoodian, Sahand; Mcphedran, Ross; De Sterke, C (American Physical Society, 2009)
    We consider the modal fields and resonance frequencies of composite defects in two-dimensional photonic crystals (PCs). Using an asymptotic method based on Green's functions, we show that the coupling matrices for the ...
  • Punthakey, Jf; Milne-Home, William; Yunusa, Isa; Theiveyanathan, Tivi; Prathapar, Sa (IAH NSW Branch, 2011)
    This paper describes a conceptnal framework for estimating spatially distributed evapotranspiration using a quasi two-layered resistance-energy balance model, which combines an energy balance equation for a crop surface ...
  • Fernandes, Ralston; Wales, Sandra; Kyngas, Helvi; Crisp, Jackie (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
    Aims and objectives. To examine the factor structure and internal consistency of the Chronic Disease Compliance Instrument- Diabetes in an Australian sample of adolescents with diabetes, to modify the instrument and ...
  • Haghi, Mehra; Salama, Rania; Traini, Daniela; Bebawy, Mary; Young, Paul (Springer, 2012)
    Two microparticle systems containing disodium cromoglycate (DSCG) alone or with polyvinyl alcohol (DSCG/PVA) were produced via spray drying and compared in terms of their physicochemical characteristics, aerosol performance ...
  • Scott, Nichollas; Nothaft, Harald; Edwards, Alistair; Labbate, Maurizio; Djordjevic, Steven; Larsen, Martin; Szymanski, Christine; Cordwell, Stuart (Amer Soc Biochemistry Molecular Biology Inc, 2012)
    Campylobacter jejuni is the major worldwide cause of bacterial gastroenteritis. C. jejuni possesses an extensive repertoire of carbohydrate structures that decorate both protein and nonprotein surface-exposed structures. ...