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  • Solar Domestic Hot Water Design and Optimisation in the United Kingdom 

    Hunt, E. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Solar energy is being increasingly implemented for domestic uses, such as hot water systems. However, the poor economic gains, particularly in cold climates and winter months, make this environmentally beneficial technology ...
  • The reduction of wave overtopping by means of rubble mound revetment (at the Dawlish coastline) 

    Henson, S. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    To evaluate the performance of an additional rubble mound breakwater to the Dawlish Coastline sea wall defence, a number of 2-dimensional physical model tests were undertaken at the Plymouth University Coast Laboratory. ...
  • Welfare implications of an enrichment program for two species of common aquaria fish 

    Burgess, M. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Public and academic interest into the welfare of captive animals is strong, and ever growing (Barrows, 2017). In accordance with this, standards of zoo and aquarium welfare science has thrived within recent years, with ...
  • A Comparison of Exact and Heuristic Algorithms to Solve the Travelling Salesman Problem 

    Chatting, M. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    This article provides an overview to the Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP) and the relevant aspects of graph theory and computational complexity theory to understand the TSP. Beyond this, two algorithms capable of solving ...
  • How does face processing occur to facilitate face perception? 

    Chasty, P. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Face perception is a critical and valued ability that humans have that allows us to be able to understand faces. Studies have shown that the uniqueness of face processing is due to the special nature of faces, a bias ...
  • The use of nanosensors for monitoring civil structures 

    Farhoud, M. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Nano-sensors were tested to demonstrate whether nanotechnology could be obtained efficiently in the civil engineering field. The objective of the experiment was to reach a specific amount of resistance and electric ...
  • Scour from bidirectional current flows around offshore monopoles 

    Mackinnon, T. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Two tests for a unidirectional and bidirectional current were applied to a 100mm, cylindrical Perspex monopile and the surrounding bathymetries were measured using an industry standard laser profiler traverse system. It ...
  • Encouraging academic literacy by undergraduate science publication 

    Truscott, J.B. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Editorial from Dr Jason Truscott, Learning Development Advisor (University of Plymouth).
  • Algebraic Number Theory and Fermat’s Last Theorem 

    Evans, E. (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    The project aims to deliver sufficient mathematical background to understand a partial proof, due to Ernst Kummer, of Fermat’s last theorem for a specific class of primes called regular primes. In doing so, we also develop ...
  • New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (April, 2019) 

    Kousteni, V; Bakiu, R; Benhmida, A; Crocetta, F; Di Martino, V; Dogrammatzi, A; Doumpas, N; Durmisha, S; Giovos, I; Gokoglu, M; Huseyinoglu, MF; Jimenez, C; Kalogirou, S; Kleitou, P; Lipej, L; Macali, A; Petani, A; Petovic, S; Prato, E; Rubino, F; Sghaier, YR; Stancanelli, B; Teker, S; Tiralongo, F; Trkov, D (2019-05-21)
    The Collective Article on “New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records” offers the means to publish biodiversity records in the Mediterranean Sea. The current article presents new biodiversity data information on 18 taxa (14 ...

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