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End-of-life re-manufacturing using process sequence cell layouts.
(3rd International Conference on Manufacturing Research, 2005)
Non-Newtonian effects on lubricant thin film flows
(Journal of Engineering Mathematics, 2005-01-01)
Designing multi-component flexible manpower lines.
The use of multi-component flexible manpower lines (MCFMLs) is seen as one method of enabling component suppliers to deliver the cost reductions and increased flexibility of service levels expected by automotive manufacturers. ...
GaN HFT development at QinetiQ’
Measurement of unity gain cutoff frequency and saturation velocity of a GaN HEMT transistor
The measured intrinsic saturation velocity (vsi) of carriers in a gallium nitride (GaN) high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) is very much lower than that predicted using Monte Carlo simulation. A novel method of ...
Some new thoughts on Gauss-Laguerre quadrature
(Taylor & Francis, 2005-06-01)
Optimisation of consumer benefits from microCombined Heat and Power
Despite government targets that imply 400,000 installed microCombined Heat and Power (microCHP) units by 2010, market penetration is as yet negligible in the UK. This paper reports new experimental data to underpin decisions ...
Design of flexible manpower line walk cycles for a fixed number of operators.
(Taylor & Francis, 2005-01-01)
Flexible manpower lines (FMLs) are a form of flow process line in which operators are allocated 'walk cycles', i.e. a repetitive sequence in which to load and unload machine tools. The effective design of such lines is ...
Numerical study of a separated - reattached flow on a blunt plate
(American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal, 2005-12-01)