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Label-free surface acoustic wave-based embedded flow sensor

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Aurore F. Quelennec, Jason J. Gorman, Darwin R. Reyes-Hernandez
This paper presents a calibration/label-free flow sensor embedded in a microfluidic system. This sensor is based on surface acoustic waves, where the acoustic

Compartment Fire Experiments on Long-Span Composite-Beams with Simple Shear Connections Part 1: Experiment Design and Beam Behavior at Ambient Temperature

Author(s)
Selvarajah Ramesh, Lisa Y. Choe, Mina S. Seif, Matthew S. Hoehler, William L. Grosshandler, Ana Sauca, Matthew F. Bundy, William E. Luecke, Yi Bao, Matthew Klegseth, Genda Chen, John Reilly, Branko Glisic
The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently expanded its large-scale structural-fire testing capabilities in the National Fire Research

Spin Rotation Induced by Applied Pressure in Cd-Doped Ce2RhIn8 Intermetallic Compound

Author(s)
D. S. Christovam, C. Giles, L. Mendonca-Ferreira, Juscelino Leao, William D. Ratcliff, Jeffrey W. Lynn, S. Ramos, E. N. Hering, H. Hidaka, E. Baggio-Saitovich, Z. Fisk, P. G. Pagliuso, C. Adriano
The pressure evolution of the magnetic properties of the Ce2RhIn7.79Cd0.21 heavy fermion compound was investigated by single crystal neutron magnetic
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