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    • 10 K Airborne Cryocooler and High Efficiency Heat Exchangers 

      Gully, W.; Hendershott, P.; Marquardt, D.; Glaister, D.; Wilson, C. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyICC Press, 2008-05)
      Ball Aerospace has designed, built, and characterized a compact refrigeration system for cooling very low temperature infrared imagers. The system is robust, will be integrated into an airborne application, and can also ...
    • The “10/90 Gap” in Health Related Nanotechnology Research 

      Woodson, Thomas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-15)
      This paper examines inequality within nanohealth research. After conducting a bibliometric analysis of Web of Science and PubMed, I conclude that most nanotechnology research is geared towards diseases that affect the rich ...
    • A 100-kg Class Titan Airplane Mission 

      Lemke, Lawrence (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-26)
      The combination of low gravity and high density of Titan's atmosphere makes powered, aerodynamic flight on that Saturnian moon energetically more favorable than at any other known location in the Solar System. Titan also ...
    • 14.5 K Hydrogen Sorption Cooler: Design and Breadboard Tests 

      ter Brake, H. J. M.; Burger, J. F.; Holland, H. J.; Meijer, R. J.; Mudaliar, A. V.; Zalewski, D. R.; Linder, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyICC Press, 2008-05)
      At the University of Twente, a 14.5 K hydrogen-based sorption cooler is under development. It can be used as a stand-alone 14.5 K cooler, or as a precooler, e.g., in combination with a 4 K heliumbased sorption cooler. The ...
    • A 2 K Active Magnetic Regenerative Refrigeration System for Remote Cooling. 

      Chen, W.; McCormick, J. A.; Zagarola, M. V. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyICC Press, 2008-05)
      This paper reports on the development of an Active Magnetic Regenerative Refrigeration (AMRR) system for space applications. The AMRR can continuously provide remote/distributed cooling at about 2 K and reject heat at ...
    • 30 W at 50 K Single-Stage Coaxial Pulse Tube Cooler with Tapered Buffer Tube 

      Spoor, P. S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyICC Press, 2008-05)
      The performance of large-capacity single-stage pulse-tube coolers at temperatures below 70 K is often hampered by Rayleigh streaming, or the natural boundary-layer convection that occurs in the buffer tube (‘pulse tube’). ...
    • 4th International Conference on Open Repositories Program 

      Unknown author (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
    • 6ix Again Carpet Recycling Program at BASF 

      Sferrazza, Randy; Blount, Tim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-05-19)
    • A-Disciplinary Artifacts; Un-Disciplined Bodies 

      Ziada, Hazem (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03)
      Discourses on (inter)disciplinarity in design usually debate methods of constructing epistemological frameworks and procedures of practice - yet have inadequately extended to qualifying the artifact(s) thereby generated. ...
    • [Ab] Sense - Revisiting the One That Can Not Get Away From Oneself 

      Charest, Robert Michel; Tucci, Jacob (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03)
      Meaning in design work can potentially be implied, attached or altogether disregarded. A condition which may indicate that meaning, even in the loosest of semiotic arguments, amounts to mere arbitrariness. In order to ...
    • Ablation of Pica-Like Material: Surface or Volume Phenomenon? 

      Lachaud, Jean; Mansour, Nagi Nicolas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-26)
      The ablation of the char layer in ablative material is usually described in term of recession velocity of the overall surface. This description is valid for dense materials. However, the recession of the average surface ...
    • Abstract / Concrete: The Materiality and Logics of Construction 

      Tsubaki, Kentaro (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03)
      The recent technological obsessions fueled by the perforation of sophisticated structural, environmental, and visual computer simulations have re-ignited the interest in the realm of building performance. However, without ...
    • Academic Entrepreneurship and State Stem Cell Policy 

      Levine, Aaron D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-17)
      Ethical controversy over human embryonic stem cell research has led this field to be regulated by an atypically heterogeneous policy environment. This analysis takes advantage of one such area of heterogeneity, the presence ...
    • Academic inbreeding: new insights for academic based research and recruitment 

      Horta, Hugo (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-16)
      This paper analyzes the impact of academic inbreeding in relation to academic research and proposes a new conceptual framework for its analysis. We find that mobility at the early research career stage is decisive in ...
    • Academic Productivity: The Added Value of Friendship 

      Kiopa, Agrita (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-16)
      This paper seeks to explain the mechanisms by which friendship affects productivity of academic scientists. The quality of professional relationships determines the individual scientists' ability to pool resources from ...
    • Access Flows to a Repository from Other Services 

      Ikeda, Daisuke; Inoue, Sozo (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      In this paper, we analyze access logs of an institutional repository and show access flows to the repository. In addition to log files of the repository, we also use those of the linking system which connects the repository ...
    • Access Services 2.0: Tools for the New Era 

      Shuping, Andrew D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-12)
      In the last five years the web has exploded with new tools and websites that innovative services and new ways to collaborate. Although many of these new sites gain mention for being used in public services, they can also ...
    • Access Services 2020 : Envisioning the Future of Access Services 

      Batchelor, Michelle (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      The library community of the present is completely obsessed with the future. This isn't surprising; it's clear that society and technology are changing together in ways that will transform libraries dramatically over the ...
    • Access Services and User Experience: How Complementary Roles Result in User Compliments 

      Rose, Kristina; Tempelman-Kluit, Nadaleen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11)
      Collaboration between Access Services and User Experience (UX) are natural partners in improving user services. Learn about tools and methodologies for successful collaborations, including guerilla user testing and agile ...
    • Access Services Beyond the Library: Building Relationships to Improve User Services and Expand the Library’s Footprint on Campus 

      Fones, Joey; Kelshian, Rob (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-11)
      This presentation will explore efforts to build community partnerships that have allowed the AU Library to improve communications, marketing/outreach, and bring in new resources to benefit our users and increase the library's ...