Study and application of High Power Tunable Tm3+-fiber Lasers for various applications such as surgery
Presents the new general differential equations applicable to horizontal, uphill and downhill flow of gas through porous media.
A study on how stochastic improvement playing a fundamental role in mathematical models of phenomena in field of engineering that deals with the analysis and structural design to support or resist loads.
A study that identifies and tests the characteristics of liquid sprays and other different mixtures between working and active fluids in diesel engines to improve engine capabilities.
A presentation on the structures of passive permanent magnet bearings. From the simplest bearing with two axially polarized ring magnets to the more complicated one with stacked rings having perpendicular polarizations, the structures are described and studied.
An overview on the applications of mass inertia vibration on control systems for buildings and skyscrapers as opposed to other control systems such as the EMD control system.
A study to anticipate the depreciation (due to wear and tear) and lifespan on the components of a gas turbine engine.
This report summarizes the work accomplished during the period of May 16, 1998 - September 30, 1999, under the NASA Langley Research Center Grant No. NAG-I-2055.
This book comprises 15 chapters and encompasses a wide range of VOIP research, from VOIP quality assessment to security issues. Much of the content is focused on the key areas of VOIP performance investigation and enhancement. Each chapter includes various approaches that illustrate how VOIP aspires to be a powerful and reliable communication tool.
The notes describe many of the most popular analytical techniques for design and analysis of computer communication networks, with an emphasis on performance issues such as delay, blocking, and resource allocation.