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An investigation of eddy diffusivities of momentum and heat in circular pipes.
(Robert Gordon University, 1981-07)
The theoretical analysis of the present work was based on a thermodynamic approach, using the method of inference. An analysis was made to find the macroscopic turbulence transport properties from the description of ...
Computer aids for the design of large scale integrated circuits.
(Robert Gordon University, 1983-12)
The work described in this thesis is concerned with the development of CADIC (Computer Aided Design of Integrated Circuits), a suite of computer programs which allows the user to design integrated circuit layouts at the ...
Partial discharge measurements in high voltage motors.
(Robert Gordon University, 1987-09)
The work presented in this thesis is concerned with the development of an on-line technique for detecting and locating partial discharges in the stator winding of a high voltage electrical machine. This technique forms ...
Flow induced acoustic resonances in heat exchangers.
(Robert Gordon University, 1986-03)
This thesis describes an investigation into the acoustic phenomenon in in-line tubular heat exchangers subjected to cross flow. The flow through such a heat exchanger can result in the production of very high noise ...
Adaptive control of communication networks using learning automata.
(The Robert Gordon University, 1982-03)
This research investigates communications network routing procedures, based on distributed learning automata concepts for circuit and packet switched networks. For this application, the learning automaton is shown to ...
The machine refinement of raw graphic data for translation into a low level data base for computer aided architectural design (CAAD).
(Robert Gordon University, 1984-06-30)
It is argued that a significant feature which acts as a disincentive against the adoption of CAAD systems by small private architectural practices, is the awkwardness of communicating with computers when compared with ...