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  • Characterization of the Erosion of Soft Tissue by Surgical Mesh In Vitro 

    SCHMIDT, AMANDA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Discipline of Mechanical & Manuf. Eng, 2020)
    Surgical mesh implants have been extensively used in hernia treatment and pelvic organ procedures, such as organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. Since the onset of the use of such implants, major complications ...
  • On-site energy generation for a decarbonized Irish manufacturing industry 

    SGOBBA, ALESSIA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Discipline of Mechanical & Manuf. Eng, 2020)
    The objective of the thesis is to explore whether it is technically, economically and en-vironmentally feasible for an Irish manufacturing facility to become an energy prosumer, byproducing energy on-site, and decrease the ...
  • Local heat transfer to an evaporating superhydrophobic droplet 

    Robinson, Anthony; Gibbons, Michael (2018)
    The heat flux distribution beneath a superhydrophobic evaporating droplet has been explored. High speed, high resolution infrared thermography was employed to measure the heat transfer characteristics of the evaporating ...
  • Electrospray array heat transfer 

    Robinson, Anthony; Gibbons, Michael (2018)
    Multiple source electrospraying enables higher droplet mass flux and greater cooling coverage area in comparison with its single source counterpart. The local convective heat flux to a multiple source electrospray array ...
  • Heat transfer characteristics of single cone-jet electrosprays 

    Robinson, Anthony; Gibbons, Michael (2017)
    Spray cooling is an attractive proposition for thermal dissipation due to its high efficiency and markedly lower power requirements compared with more conventional air cooling systems. The local convective heat flux to ...

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