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  • Restrepo Coupe, Natalia; Arain, M. (Wiley Interscience, 2005)
    This paper summarizes the energy and water vapour fluxes for the first 14 months at a newly initiated flux tower site at a 65-year-old temperate conifer forest (Pinus strobus L.) in southern Ontario, Canada. These fluxes ...
  • Pi, Yong Lin; Bradford, Mark; Liang, Shuguo (World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2010)
    Performing a dynamic buckling analysis of structures is more difficult than carrying out its static buckling analysis counterpart. Some structures have a nonlinear primary equilibrium path including limit points and an ...
  • Pi, Yong Lin; Bradford, Mark; Qu, Weilian (Techno-Press, 2010)
    Shallow fixed arches have a nonlinear primary equilibrium path with limit points and an unstable postbuckling equilibrium path, and they may also have bifurcation points at which equilibrium bifurcates from the nonlinear ...
  • Urano, Yoshiyori.; Tabassum, Nahdia.; Mamun, Quazi Ehsanul Kabir. (2007-03-12)
    In this paper we propose a protocol for periodical data collection applications in wireless sensor networks. The protocol is energy-aware in the sense that the way of energy consumption used here is evenly distributed. The ...
  • Yu, Qiang; Flerchinger, G; Xu, S; Kozak, J; Ma, L; Ahuja, L (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2007)
    RZ-SHAW is a new hybrid model coupling the Root Zone Water Quality Model (RZWQM) and the Simultaneous Heat and Water (SHAM model to extend RZWQM applications to conditions of frozen soil and crop residue cover RZ-SHAW ...
  • Callaghan, Mark; Humphries, Samuel; Law, M; Ho, Mark; Bendeich, Philip; Li, Hongyu; Yeung, Wing (Elsevier Science Sa, 2010)
    The energy-based approach for the evaluation of low cycle fatigue behaviour of 2.25Cr-1Mo steel at elevated temperature has been investigated and detailed analyses discussed. Plastic strain energy was determined per cycle ...
  • Chaivongvilan, Srichattra; Sharma, Deepak; Sandu, Suwin (Greater Mekong Subregion Academic And Research Network, 2008)
    Thailand is one of the most dynamic countries in South-east Asia. Energy has traditionally played a vital role in its economic growth. Currently, over 50% of the energy consumption in Thailand is imported. The energy demands ...
  • Shirvanimoghaddam, Mahyar; Abolhasan, Mehran; Smith, David; Movassaghigilani, Samaneh (IEEE, 2013)
    In this paper, we propose a practical network coding approach for wireless body are networks (WBANs) using decode-and-forward relays. In this scheme, namely decode and forward-network coding (DF-NC), each relay linearly ...
  • Prasan Kumar Sahoo; Jang-Ping Sheu.; Yu-Chia Chang.; Yun-Ju Chen. (2007-03-12)
    We propose here an extended linear feedback model, taking the binary exponential backo® mechanism adopted in IEEE 802.15.4 CSMA/CA and analyse the energy consumption issues of the one hop sensor nodes. Numerical results ...
  • Lee, Trevor; Lyons, Peter; Thomas, Leena (Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society, 2003)
  • Ding, Grace; Ge, Janet (Architecture and Building Research Institute, Ministgry of the Interior, 2009)
    In 2009, the Australian government has formulated strategies to provide $3.9 billion Energy Efficient Home Package for cutting energy waster and $12.9 billion Water for the Future plan for reducing the use of drinking ...
  • Masens, Carl; Muir, James; Smith, Geoff; Ford, Mike (Elsevier, 2004)
    The University of Technology Sydney (UTS), in collaboration with CSIRO has created the NanohouseTM Initiative, a concept that serves as the conceptual framework for various pedagogical, scientific, architectural and ...
  • Wei, Dali.; Chan, H. Anthony. (2007-03-12)
    An important issue in ad hoc sensor networks is the limited energy supply within network nodes. Therefore, power consumption is crucial in the routing design. Cluster schemes are efficient in energy saving. This paper ...
  • Wei, Dali.; Chan, H. Anthony. (2007-03-12)
    Power consumption is a crucial problem for energy-constrained ad hoc sensor networks. This paper proposes a new scheme called energy distributed algorithm to improve the energy efficiency of ad hoc sensor networks, in which ...
  • Vakiloroaya, Vahid; Ha, Quang; Samali, Bijan (Elsevier, 2013)
    This paper addresses the energy saving problemof air-cooled central cooling plant systems using themodel-based gradient projection optimization method. Theoreticala??empirical system models including mechanistic relations ...
  • Jan, Mian; Nanda, Priyadarsi; He, Sean (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2013)
    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) consists of battery-powered sensor nodes which collect data and route the data to the Base Station. Centralized Cluster-based routing protocols efficiently utilize limited energy of the nodes ...
  • Zhang, Yongqiang; Liu, Changming; Yu, Qiang; Shen, Yanjun; Kendu, Eloise; Kondoh, Akihiko; Tang, Changyuan; Sun, Hongyong (Wiley Interscience, 2004)
    Surface energy fluxes above the canopies of well-irrigated winter wheat and maize in the North China Plain were measured by the Bowen-ratio energy balance technique in 1999-2000. Seasonal variation of the ratio of latent ...
  • Logan, Peter (Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd, 1983)
    A common definition of physics is the study of matter and energy and their interrelationship. Energy was soley in the domain of the physical scienties until, in 1973, politicans 'discovered' the word. Often students have ...
  • Retamal, Monique; Turner, Andrea; White, Stuart (Australian Water Association, 2009)
    The energy intensities of a range of household rainwater systems were monitored in Sydney and Newcastle as part of a study carried out by the Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) in collaboration with the Australian ...
  • Hare, Clive Michael (1980)
    An investigation has been made of the magnitude of hydraulic losses produced by storm drain junction structures which connect pipes operating under f1owfull conditions. The study comprised three parts: (a) a literature ...