# Browse College of Engineering by Title

• (2014-05-30)
Since the advent of the Kinect camera, depth videos have become easily accessible to consumers and researchers, allowing a variety of complex classification tasks to be done more accurately and easily than with RGB videos. ...

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• (2001)
Results suggest that preferential sputtering of deuterium atoms over lithium atoms in D-treated samples significantly decrease the absolute sputtering yield of lithium by at least 60% in the case of He+ bombardment. The ...

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• (1985)
The constitutive equations for a material which approximately satisfies a kinematic constraint are investigated for the particular case of an elastic material.

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• (2018-09-15)
The technical report derives a kinematic model of fixed-wing aircraft that is based on constrained roll rate. This new kinematic model can be used for trajectory planning and optimization.

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• (1980)
The three techniques proposed herein--calibration of instrumented spatial linkages, kinematic modelling of anatomical joints, and osteometric scaling--may be jointly directed at one of the most prevalent and frustrating, ...

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• (2009)
Additionally, kinetic properties are investigated for a few cases, primarily computationally. Specifically, the sources and sinks of energy are investigated---the major dissipation of energy is found to be frictional ...

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• (2000)
Many of the methods currently available for the design and analysis of fixtures are frequently complicated and costly. This thesis concentrates on the development of methods that provide a rapid and useful approximation ...

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• (2006)
The concept of a hierarchy of vortices in the physical space of turbulent flows is commonly extended to Fourier space. Through an analysis of Gaussian vortices, we explore the concept a vortex in Fourier space in terms of ...

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• (1975)

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• (1975)
Camphor is hydroxylated in the soil bacterium Pseudomonas putida by a soluble three protein monoxygenase system consisting of (1) a NADH-specific FAD flavoprotein reductase, (2) a Fe2S*2 Cys4 iron-sulfur redoxin termed ...

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• (1971)

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• (1997)
The deposition apparent activation energy was calculated as 122 $\pm$ 9 kJ/mole using growth rates measured by film height and 117 $\pm$ 23 kJ/mole using growth rates measured by LIF signals. This puts the process in the ...

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• (1982)
Ultraviolet (UV) light reactors are currently being designed for the disinfection of water and wastewater. However, little information is available relating the effects of mixing, light intensity, reaction time, and water ...

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• (2006)
Despite the widespread use of hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H), the fundamental surface processes during film growth are not well understood. One approach to studying these mechanisms is to analyze the surface ...

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• (1968)

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• (1956)

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• (1960)

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• (1981)

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• (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1967-02)

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• (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1967-03)

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