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Van Mourik, P. (author), Van Dam, J. (author), Picken, S.J. (author), Ursem, B. (author)
The metabolic pathways of living organisms produce biomaterials. Hence, in principle biomaterials are fully sustainable. This does not mean that their processing and application have no impact on the environment, e.g. the recycling of natural rubber remains a problem. Biomaterials are applied in a wide range of consumer products, varying from...
book chapter 2013
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Tran, D. (author), Haider, N. (author), Aubry, P. (author), Szilagyi, A. (author), Lager, I.E. (author), Yarovoy, A. (author), Ligthart, L.P. (author)
The number of topside shipboard antennas doubled every decade; in 1990s they were close to 200 and have no sight of stop growing (Tavik, 2005). The over-crowded present of such many topside antennas in a limited-space of littoral warfare ship has created/caused many critical, unavoidable problem like antenna blockage, electromagnetic...
book chapter 2011
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Kulichikhin, V. (author), Semakov, A. (author), Karbushev, V. (author), Makarova, V. (author), Mendes, E. (author), Fisher, H. (author), Picken, S. (author)
The main focus of this Chapter was targeted on novel approaches to compatibility of particles with polymer matrices and detail analysis of rheology-morphology interrelationships. Rather attractive method of mixing based on knowledge of rheological behavior of polymers at high shear rates was proposed and studied. The major fraction of ND around...
book chapter 2010