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3D ENGINEERING OF VIRUS-BASED PROTEIN NANOTUBES AND RODS: A TOOLKIT FOR GENERATING NOVEL NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS (2018)Technological innovation at the nanometer scale has the potential to improve a wide range of applications, including energy storage, sensing of environmental and medical signals, and targeted drug delivery. A key challenge ...
(2018)The aim of this study was to develop acrylic matrix composites reinforced with one-dimensional (1-D) titanium dioxide (TiO2) micro and nano fillers that mimic the structure of enamel. To accomplish this, 1-D TiO2 was ...
MULTI-ELEMENT AND INSTATIONARY ISOTOPE-ASSISTED METABOLIC FLUX ANALYSIS FOR IMPROVED EVALUATION OF CELLULAR CARBON FLOW (2018)Isotope-assisted metabolic flux analysis (isotope MFA) combines experimental and computational techniques to analyze complex metabolic networks and thus to evaluate intracellular carbon flow and partitioning. However, the ...
(2018)Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) are highly efficient chemical to electrical energy conversion devices that have potential in a global energy strategy. The wide adoption of SOFCs is currently limited by cell durability and ...
Modeling and Analysis of an Active Magnetorheological Seat and Landing Gear System to Protect an Occupant in a Helicopter Crash (2018)Occupant injuries in helicopter crashes occur primarily due to vertical loads. Mitigating those loads to the occupant is the best way to limit injuries sustained in an impact. Using magnetorheological dampers in the seat ...