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    • Modelling of vehicular emissions and their potential environmental, health, and economic impacts 

      DEY, SHREYA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2019)
      Road traffic is one of the greatest contributors to greenhouse gas and reducing it has become one of the main targets for sustainable transport policies. Analysis of the main factors influencing greenhouse gas emissions ...
    • Greenhouse gas emissions from on-site wastewater treatment systems 

      SOMLAI-HAASE, CÉLIA TINA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2019)
      Domestic wastewater is rich in carbon and nitrogen and given the biogeochemical transformations that these compounds undergo during different treatment processes can be significant sources of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. ...
    • CMOS power estimation 

      Comiskey, Paul (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, 2003)
      The last decade has seen the inclusion of power consumption criteria in the list of design goals targeted by silicon designers and architects. Together with speed and area, low power is now a common part of a system ...
    • 3-dimensional solder paste inspection using Structured Light techniques 

      Chan, Cecilia Ka Yuk (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, 2002)
      Re-modelling of three-dimensional solder paste constructed from optical profilometry has gathered ever-increasing attention in different inspection and process control sectors of the electronics Printed Circuit Board ...
    • An asperity deformation model for the sliding cylinder problem : theoretical and experimental investigations 

      Busquet, Magali (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, 2000)
      Statistical analysis shows that the main reason for the failure of machines is not breakage but wear of the moving parts resulting from rubbing stress. Although the laws of friction are fairly well substantiated, there are ...

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