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    • Wafer-scale Films and Devices of Spontaneously Aligned Carbon Nanotubes 

      Gao, Weilu (2016-06-06)
      One of the grand challenges in nanoscience and nanotechnology is how to create macroscopic devices by assembling nano-objects while preserving their extraordinary properties. For example, individual single-wall carbon ...
    • Wafer-scale films of aligned single-wall carbon nanotubes: preparation, characterization, and optoelectronic applications 

      He, Xiaowei (2015-11-20)
      Single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are one-dimensional materials defined by a cylindrical and hollow structure with aspect ratios of up to 10^7:1. Individual SWCNTs have been shown to possess excellent electric, optical, ...
    • Walden Pond in Aztlan? A literary history of Chicana/o environmental writing since 1848 

      Ybarra, Priscilla Solis (2007)
      This dissertation responds to a lacuna in both ecocriticism and Chicana/o literary history. The former lacks input from ethnic American literatures, while the latter offers very little commentary on environmental aspects ...
    • Walk Don't Run 

      Hazinski, Amelia (2017-04-20)
      This thesis is a public swimming pool on a bridge that spans the Los Angeles River. As Southern California attempts to remake its water infrastructure in response to the ongoing drought, the introduction of public program ...
    • Wall 

      Oberholzer, Mark Andrew (1994)
      The making of walls is implicit in the formation of buildings, cities and societies. Examining built examples reveals the importance as well as the possibilities of walls. At the scale of a coat of paint, walls affect the ...
    • Wall pressure distributions for a turbulent attacked jet flow 

      Byrd, Otis Eugene (1969)
      In this study a method was developed to predict the pressure distribution along the enclosed wall in a turbulent attached jet flow. The flow was assumed two dimensional and only time averaged properties were considered. A ...
    • Wallal Downs: A work for symphony orchestra (Original composition) 

      Sarre, Russell Scott (1999)
      This work attempts to integrate both tonal and non-tonal musical elements into a cohesive, intelligible unit. It Utilizes a number of highly gestural melodic and harmonic entities which are juxtaposed with one another ...
    • Walltype 

      Meppelink, Joseph Edwin (2000)
      Wall type is a thesis which was based in the reality of a built context: a building typology which is readable in its form and predictable in its character and operation. The light manufacturing operation has as its head ...
    • Warning Colors 

      McClure, Robert (2013-09-16)
      Warning Colors is a piece for orchestra scored for three flutes (second flute doubling alto flute in G and third flute doubling piccolo), two oboes, one english horn in F, two clarinets in Bb, one bass clarinet in Bb, three ...
    • WARPnet: A platform for clean-slate deployed wireless networks 

      Gupta, Siddharth (2010)
      There has been a recent paradigm shift within the wireless communications academic community towards implementation-based algorithm validation. In the past, this task was left to industrial affiliates but in order to close ...
    • Warren Benson's "Five Lyrics of Louise Bogan" 

      Jaber, Andrea H. (2002)
      Warren Benson's Five Lyrics of Louise Bogan is a relatively rare example of a composition for solo voice and flute. The thesis is an examination of this cycle, highlighting its distinctive characteristics and providing a ...
    • Washateriacafeteria laundromatautomat 

      Springer, Mary Ann (1999)
      Using the idea of an architectural design thesis as praxis, two buildings were designed to both talk about and perform the thesis. The ideas at work in the project include consideration of objects, people, places and things ...
    • WATCH: Enabling WiFi in Active TV Channels 

      Zhang, Xu (2014-10-08)
      "White space” model allows TV channels that are not being used regionally by a TV broadcaster to be re-purposed for secondary access. Unfortunately, populated areas have few these unused channels. Nonetheless, Nielsen ...
    • Water Drop Tribology of Graphene and Polymer Nanocomposites 

      Cox, Paris (2013-09-16)
      Basic physics teaches us that the frictional force (lateral force) needed to move objects on surfaces are proportional to load (normal force) – Amonton’s Laws. In tribology, this force is proportional to contact area, ...
    • Water purification and monitoring 

      Maguire-Boyle, Samuel J. (2014-03-11)
      The purification of water for the next century is paramount. As global demand for energy increases new ways of generating energy have been discovered and exploited. However, with the diversification of energy sources one ...
    • Water resources analysis: Modeling present and projected effects of ground water pumping on water levels near Tampa, Florida 

      Moreno-Earle, Cristina Elena (2000)
      The Northern Tampa Bay Area relies primarily on ground water to meet the needs of its population. However, the groundwater withdrawals have put a large strain on the hydrologic system and have had many detrimental effects ...
    • Water-phase synthesis of cationic silica/polyamine nanoparticles 

      Nguyen, Quang Xuan Luong (2012)
      Functionalizing surfaces with amine groups through the hydrolytic condensation of aminotrialkoxysilanes is a typical approach when modifying silica particles for use in bioimaging, enzyme immobilization, and other applications. ...
    • Waterbirth and Russian-American Exchange: From the Iron Curtain to Facebook 

      Belousova, Ekaterina (2012-09-05)
      The doctoral dissertation “Waterbirth and Russian-American Exchange: From the Iron Curtain to Facebook” presents the social history of the Russian waterbirth movement, from the Cold War epoch to the present. One of the ...
    • Waterfront workers of Galveston, Texas, 1838--1920 

      Shelton, Robert Stuart (2001)
      Although prevailing racial ideas in the nineteenth-century South severely limited cooperation between blacks and whites, unionized Southern workers, such as the waterfront workers of Galveston, Texas, formed alliances ...