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• SOLIDIFICATION OF BINARY MIXTURE IN A FINITE PLANAR MEDIUM ﻿

(1985)
A model describing the one-dimensional heat transfer and solute redistribution during a planar solidification of a binary mixture in a finite medium, insulated and nonpermeable at one boundary, and subject to thermal ...
• Solubility and rheological examination of buckminsterfullerene in decalin and PSVS ﻿

(1996)
The structure-property relationships of C$\sb{60}$ dissolved in decahydronaphtalene (decalin) and a petroleum solvent viscous standard (PSVS) were studied. This work was motivated mainly by the interest to improve fullerene ...
• Solubility, length characterization, and cryo-TEM of pristine and functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes in surfactant and superacid systems, with application to spinning SWNT fibers ﻿

(2010)
Single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) have remarkable properties: the thermal conductivity of diamond, the electrical conductivity of copper, and mechanical properties greater than steel at a sixth of the weight. If these ...
• Solubilization, purification and characterization of ME31B, a putative RNA helicase ﻿

(1996)
ME31B, a putative RNA helicase belongs to the DEAD box family. A subclass of the DEAD box family is growing around ME31B. The members are DHH1 (S. cerevisiae), ste 13 (S. pombe), and rck/p54 (human and murine). In a conserved ...
• Solubilization-emulsification processes in nonionic surfactant-water-liquid triglyceride systems ﻿

(1994)
Liquid triglycerides, the major component of cooking oils, have been found difficult to remove from synthetic fabrics during washing. The relatively strong adhesion force between triglycerides and fabric and their high ...
• Solution chemistry of phosphino-polycarboxylic acid (PPCA) at high ionic strength and high temperature ﻿

(1997)
Phosphino-polycarboxylic acid (PPCA) and its modified types have the potential to be used as multifunctional inhibitors and they have advantages over unifunctional inhibitors in performance, thermal stability, dispersancy ...
• Solution of large-scale Lyapunov equations via the block modified Smith method ﻿

(2007)
Balanced truncation is an attractive method for reducing the dimension of medium-scale dynamical systems. Research in recent years has brought approximate balanced truncation to the large-scale setting. At the heart of ...
• Solution of the Fokker-Planck Equation by Sequentially Optimized Meshfree Approximation ﻿

(2014-02-20)
This thesis presents a technique to solve the Fokker-Planck equation by applica- tion of the Sequentially Optimized Meshfree Approximation (SOMA) method. It is well known that numerical solution of the Fokker-Planck equation ...
• SOLVING COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY PROBLEMS ON MESH-CONNECTED COMPUTERS ﻿

(1987)
Parallel algorithms to solve several computational geometric problems on mesh-connected computers (MCC's) and systolic arrays are designed and analyzed. We present parallel MCC algorithms to solve the following proximity ...
• Solving structured 0/1 integer programs arising from truck dispatching scheduling problems ﻿

(1993)
A branch-and-cut IP solver is developed for a class of structured 0/1 integer programs arising from a truck dispatching scheduling problem. This problem is characterized by a group of set partitioning constraints and a ...
• Solving very large scale school/student assignment problems ﻿

(1994)
Currently, the Houston Independent School District has approximately 175 elementary schools providing education for more than 110,000 students. A question of major logistical impact is how to assign students to schools in ...
• Solvothermal Synthesis and Supported Catalysis of Polyanion-derived Metal Oxide Nanoparticles ﻿

(2012)
Supported metal oxides (SMOs) are important catalytic materials that find numerous applications in important industrial processes. Improving the structural properties of SMOs is a challenging objective due to material ...
• Some applications of adherent series ﻿

(1957)
The notion of "adherence", or "adherent series" has been created by Mandelbrojt and applied to a number of diverse problems, such as generalized quasianalyticity, the theory of closure of certain sequences of functions, ...
• SOME APPLICATIONS OF COMPLEX GEOMETRY TO FIELD THEORY ﻿

(1981)
Let be compactified complexified Minkowski space, and ('*) twistor space and dual twistor space, respectively, and ambitwistor space, a complex hypersurface in x ('*). There is a geometric ...
• Some approaches to Bayesian design of experiments and microarray data analysis ﻿

(2007)
This thesis consists of three projects. The first project introduces methodology to design drug development studies in an optimal fashion. Optimality is defined in a decision-theoretic framework where the goal is expected ...
• Some aspects of amino acid metabolism in Mytilus edulis L., 1758, and Rangia cuneata Gray, 1831 ﻿

(1959)
Abstract Not Available.
• Some aspects of Dirichlet series ﻿

(1954)
Abstract Not Available.
• Some aspects of gas transfer in the Warburg respirometer ﻿

(1964)
A mathematical model for the Warburg constant volume respirometer was developed to describe the effect of oxygen mass transfer on kinetics of bacterial growth or oxygen uptake. Oxygen mass transfer coefficients and ...

(1972)

(1975)