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Items in Technology that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 30 days.

  • Transistors
    TK 7872.T73 L39

  • Heavy vehicle technology / David J. Leeming, Reg Hartley
    TL 230.L374

  • Practical guide to digital integrated circuits / Alfred W. Barber
    TK 7874.B37

  • Varactor applications [by] Paul Penfield, Jr. [and] Robert P. Rafuse
    TK 7872.V4 P4

  • Engineering concepts and perspectives / Donald L. Katz [and others]
    TA 147E5 1975

  • Applied plate theory for the engineer / C.P. Heins
    TA 660.P6 H36

  • Acoustical and thermal performance of exterior residential walls, doors, and windows / Hale J. Sabine [and others]
    TA 435 U58 no. 77

  • Engineering entrepreneurship from idea to business plan : a guide for innovative engineers and scientists / Paul Swamidass, Auburn University
    TA 157 S87 2016
    This book is for engineers and scientists who have the aptitude and education to create new products that could become income-producing businesses for themselves and for investors. The book uses short chapters and gets directly to the point without lengthy and distracting essays. The rapid growth in technology-based business plan contests is a clear sign that there are many wealthy inventors looking to make substantial investments in start-ups based on new inventions by inventors, who lack the funds and knowledge to start a business. The key features of this reference enable readers to sharpen their new idea, turn an idea into a commercial product, conduct patent search and complete a provisional patent application, and collect requisite data and prepare a business plan based on a carefully selected business model. Supporting materials are provided on the book's extensive website (www.engineer-entrepreneur-book.com/).

  • Airfield and Highway Pavements 2019. selected papers from the International Airfield and Highway Pavements Conference 2019, July 21-24, 2019, Chicago, Illinois / sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Imad L. Al-Qadi, Ph. D., P.E., Hasan Ozer, Ph. D., Andreas Loizos, Ph.D., Scott Murrell, P.E
    TE 275 I58 2019eb

  • Airfield and Highway Pavements 2019. selected papers from the International Airfield and Highway Pavements Conference 2019, July 21-24, 2019, Chicago, Illinois / sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Imad L. Al-Qadi, Ph. D., P.E., Hasan Ozer, Ph. D., Andreas Loizos, Ph.D., Scott Murrell, P.E
    TE 275 I58 2019eb

  • Pipelines 2019. proceedings of sessions of the Pipelines 2019 Conference, July 21-24, 2019, Nashville, Tennessee / sponsored by Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Jeffrey W. Heidrick, P.E., Mark S. Mihm, P.E
    TA 660 P55A462 2019eb

  • Pipelines 2019. proceedings of sessions of the Pipelines 2019 Conference, July 21-24, 2019, Nashville, Tennessee / sponsored by Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Jeffrey W. Heidrick, P.E., Mark S. Mihm, P.E
    TA 660 P55A462 2019eb

  • Pipelines 2019. proceedings of sessions of the Pipelines 2019 Conference, July 21-24, 2019, Nashville, Tennessee / sponsored by Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Jeffrey W. Heidrick, P.E., Mark S. Mihm, P.E
    TA 660 P55A462 2019eb

  • CICTP 2019 : transportation in China-connecting the world : proceedings of the 19th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals, July 6-8, 2019 / edited by Lei Zhang, Ph.D., Jianming Ma, Ph.D., P.E., Pan Liu, Ph.D., Guangjun Zhang, Ph.D
    TA 1005 C68 2019eb

  • Mastering hand building : techniques, tips, and tricks for slabs, coils, and more / Sunshine Cobb ; foreword by Andrea Gill
    TT 920 C626 2017eb

  • Structural analysis / Aslam Kassimali
    TA 645 K37 2020
    Master the basic principles of structural analysis using the classical approach found in Kassimali's distinctive STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, SI Edition, 6th Edition. This edition presents concepts in a logical order, progressing from an introduction of each topic to an analysis of statically determinate beams, trusses and rigid frames, and then to the analysis of statically indeterminate structures. Practical, solved problems integrated throughout the presentation help illustrate and clarify the book's fundamental concepts, while the latest examples and timely content reflect today's most current professional standards. For further support, you can download accompanying interactive software for analyzing plane framed structures from this edition's companion website. Trust Kassimali's STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, SI Edition, 6th Edition for the tools and knowledge you need for advanced study and professional success.

  • Innovating in a secret world : the future of national security and global leadership / Tina P. Srivastava
    T 21 S75 2019eb
    Our national security increasingly depends on access to the most sophisticated and advanced technology. Yet the next time we set out to capture a terrorist leader, we may fail. Why? The answer lies in a conflict between two worlds. One is the dynamic, global, commercial world with its thriving innovations. The other is the world of national security, in which innovation is a matter of life or death. The conflict is about secrecy.

    Innovating in a Secret World is a detailed examination of the U.S. government and innovation landscapes and of the current trends in often secret national security-related research and development (R&D). Based on case studies, detailed research, and interviews with executives at Fortune 500s, startup entrepreneurs, and military directors and program managers, this accessible and timely book is a must-read. Tina P. Srivastava evaluates whether the strategy of technology innovation in the world of national security leaves certain innovations behind or unintentionally precludes certain classes of innovators from participating. She identifies the unintended consequences and emergent behaviors of this conflict. This examination unfolds in a complex, dynamic system that includes the legal framework in which technology innovation must exist.

    For more than a decade Srivastava has been on the front lines of cutting-edge technology innovation. She suggests focusing on an emerging class of R&D strategy called "open innovation"--a strategy that broadens participation in innovation beyond an individual organization or division traditionally assigned to perform R&D activities. Through compelling stories of commercial and early government applications, she shows how open technology innovation strategies can enable, accelerate, and enhance technology innovation. Successful incorporation of open innovation into the previously closed U.S. government R&D landscape can yield profound benefits to both national security and global leadership.

  • The future of mining in South Africa sunset or sunrise? / edited by Salimah Valiani
    The future of mining in South Africa is hotly contested. Wide-ranging views from multiple quarters rarely seem to intersect, placing emphasis on different questions without engaging in holistic debate.This book aims to catalyse change by gathering together fragmented views into unifying conversations. It highlights the importance of debating the future of mining in South Africa and for reaching consensus in other countries across the mineral-dependent globe.It covers issues such as the potential of platinum to spur industrialisation, land and dispossession on the platinum belt, the roles of the state and capital in mineral development, mining in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the experiences of women in and affected by mining since the late 19th century and mine worker organising: history and lessons and how post-mine rehabilitation can be tackled.It was inspired not only by an appreciation of South Africa's extensive mineral endowments, but also by a realisation that, while the South African mining industry performs relatively well on many technical indicators, its management of broader social issues leaves much to be desired. It needs to be deliberated whether the mining industry can play as critical a role going forward as it did in the evolution of the country's economy.

  • Beyond imagination the ethics and applications of nanotechnology and bio-economics in South Africa / edited by Zamanzima Mazibuko
    Nanotechnology is sweeping the world. This science of very small particles, which includes genetic modification and the reconfiguring of the arrangement of atoms, presents possibilities beyond imagination. It also has huge implications for all South Africans, especially at home. How exactly is this new technology playing out in South Africa? In countries like India, nanotechnology is being supported as a source of income and innovation. It has the potential to improve both the human condition and a country�s productivity and competitiveness. Is South Africa doing what it should and could to foster nanotechnology and biotechnology, and to advance bioeconomies within the country? And what does the new technology mean for us as consumers? How many of us know that this technology is already being employed in substances like suntan cream and lipstick, with potential health implications for users? The application of nanotechnology poses risks as well as huge benefits, so we need to be particularly vigilant of the ethics and dangers of it. This book provokes discussion around these important topics and relays eyeopening information to those of us who thought all of this was sci-fi.

  • Come fly with us : NASA's Payload Specialist Program / Melvin Croft and John Youskauskas ; foreword by Don Thomas
    TL 521.312 C76 2019eb

    Come Fly with Us is the story of an elite group of space travelers who flew as members of many space shuttle crews from pre- Challenger days to Columbia in 2003. Not part of the regular NASA astronaut corps, these professionals known as "payload specialists" came from a wide variety of backgrounds and were chosen for an equally wide variety of scientific, political, and national security reasons. Melvin Croft and John Youskauskas focus on this special fraternity of spacefarers and their individual reflections on living and working in space. Relatively unknown to the public and often flying only single missions, these payload specialists give the reader an unusual perspective on the experience of human spaceflight. The authors also bring to light NASA's struggle to integrate the wide-ranging personalities and professions of these men and women into the professional astronaut ranks.

    While Come Fly with Us relates the experiences of the payload specialists up to and including the Challenger tragedy, the authors also detail the later high-profile flights of a select few, including Barbara Morgan, John Glenn (who returned to space at the age of seventy-seven), and Ilan Ramon of Israel aboard Columbia on its final, fatal flight, STS-107.

  • Destined for the stars : faith, the future, and America's final frontier / Catherine L. Newell
    TL 790 N49 2019eb

  • Fluid power engineering / M. Galal Rabie
    TJ 840 R288 2009

    Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.

    Develop high-performance hydraulic and pneumatic power systems

    Design, operate, and maintain fluid and pneumatic power equipment using the expert information contained in this authoritative volume. Fluid Power Engineering presents a comprehensive approach to hydraulic systems engineering with a solid grounding in hydrodynamic theory. The book explains how to create accurate mathematical models, select and assemble components, and integrate powerful servo valves and actuators. You will also learn how to build low-loss transmission lines, analyze system performance, and optimize efficiency.

    Work with hydraulic fluids, pumps, gauges, and cylinders Design transmission lines using the lumped parameter model Minimize power losses due to friction, leakage, and line resistance Construct and operate accumulators, pressure switches, and filters Develop mathematical models of electrohydraulic servosystems Convert hydraulic power into mechanical energy using actuators Precisely control load displacement using HSAs and control valves Apply fluid systems techniques to pneumatic power systems

  • The life and legend of James Watt : collaboration, natural philosophy, and the improvement of the steam engine / David Philip Miller
    TA 140 W3M55 2019eb

  • Engineering rules : global standard setting since 1880 / JoAnne Yates, Craig N. Murphy
    TA 368 Y37 2019eb

    Private, voluntary standards shape almost everything we use, from screw threads to shipping containers to e-readers. They have been critical to every major change in the world economy for more than a century, including the rise of global manufacturing and the ubiquity of the Internet. In Engineering Rules , JoAnne Yates and Craig Murphy trace the standard-setting system's evolution through time, revealing a process with an astonishingly pervasive, if rarely noticed, impact on all of our lives.

    Standard setting was established in the 1880s, when engineers aimed to prove their status as professionals by creating useful standards that would be widely adopted by manufacturers while satisfying corporate customers. Yates and Murphy explain how these engineers' processes provided a timely way to set desirable standards that would have taken much longer to emerge from the market and that governments were rarely willing to set. By the 1920s, the standardizers began to think of themselves as critical to global prosperity and world peace. After World War II, standardizers transcended Cold War divisions to create standards that made the global economy possible. Finally, Yates and Murphy reveal how, since 1990, a new generation of standardizers has focused on supporting the Internet and Web while applying the same standard-setting process to regulate the potential social and environmental harms of the increasingly global economy.

    Drawing on archival materials from three continents, including newly uncovered documents contributed by key standard setters, interviews, and direct observation of recent Web-related standard setting, Yates and Murphy describe the positive ideals that sparked the standardization movement, the ways its leaders tried to realize those ideals, and the challenges the movement faces today. An in-depth history of the engineers and organizations that developed and operate the vast yet inconspicuous global infrastructure of private, consensus-based standard setting, Engineering Rules is a riveting global history of the people, processes, and organizations that created and maintain this nearly invisible infrastructure of today's economy, which is just as important as the state or the global market.

  • Red meat republic : a hoof-to-table history of how beef changed America / Joshua Specht
    TX 556 B4S74 2019

    How beef conquered America and gave rise to the modern industrial food complex

    By the late nineteenth century, Americans rich and poor had come to expect high-quality fresh beef with almost every meal. Beef production in the United States had gone from small-scale, localized operations to a highly centralized industry spanning the country, with cattle bred on ranches in the rural West, slaughtered in Chicago, and consumed in the nation's rapidly growing cities. Red Meat Republic tells the remarkable story of the violent conflict over who would reap the benefits of this new industry and who would bear its heavy costs.

    Joshua Specht puts people at the heart of his story--the big cattle ranchers who helped to drive the nation's westward expansion, the meatpackers who created a radically new kind of industrialized slaughterhouse, and the stockyard workers who were subjected to the shocking and unsanitary conditions described by Upton Sinclair in his novel The Jungle . Specht brings to life a turbulent era marked by Indian wars, Chicago labor unrest, and food riots in the streets of New York. He shows how the enduring success of the cattle-beef complex--centralized, low cost, and meatpacker dominated--was a consequence of the meatpackers' ability to make their interests overlap with those of a hungry public, while the interests of struggling ranchers, desperate workers, and bankrupt butchers took a backseat. America--and the American table--would never be the same again.

    A compelling and unfailingly enjoyable read, Red Meat Republic reveals the complex history of exploitation and innovation behind the food we consume today.

  • Shattered dreams : the lost and canceled space missions / Colin Burgess ; foreword by Don Thomas
    TL 789.85 A1B866 2019eb
    Shattered Dreams delves into the personal stories and recollections of several men and women who were in line to fly a specific or future space mission but lost that opportunity due to personal reasons, mission cancellations, or even tragedies. While some of the subjects are familiar names in spaceflight history, the accounts of others are told here for the first time. Colin Burgess features spaceflight candidates from the United States, Russia, Indonesia, Australia, and Great Britain.

    Shattered Dreams brings to new life such episodes and upheavals in spaceflight history as the saga of the three Apollo missions that were cancelled due to budgetary constraints and never flew; NASA astronaut Patricia Hilliard Robertson, who died of burn injuries after her airplane crashed before she had a chance to fly into space; and a female cosmonaut who might have become the first journalist to fly in space. Another NASA astronaut was preparing to fly an Apollo mission before he was diagnosed with a disqualifying illness. There is also the amazing story of the pilot who could have bailed out of his damaged aircraft but held off while heroically avoiding a populated area and later applied to NASA to fulfill his cherished dream of becoming an astronaut despite having lost both legs in the accident.

    These are the incredibly human stories of competitive realists fired with an unquenchable passion. Their accounts reveal in their own words--and those of others close to them--how their shared ambition would go awry through personal accidents, illness, the Challenger disaster, death, or other circumstances.

  • A true likeness : the black South of Richard Samuel Roberts, 1920-1936 / edited by Thomas L. Johnson and Philip C. Dunn
    TR 680 R63 2019
    A True Likeness showcases the extraordinary photography of Richard Samuel Roberts (1880-1935), who operated a studio in Columbia, South Carolina, from 1920 to 1935. He was one of the few major African American commercial photographers working in the region during the first half of the twentieth century, and his images reveal the social, economic, and cultural realities of the black South and document the rise of a small but significant southern black middle class.The nearly two hundred photographs in A True Likeness were selected from three thousand glass plates that had been stored for decades in a crawl space under the Roberts home. The collection includes "true likenesses" of teachers, preachers, undertakers, carpenters, brick masons, dressmakers, chauffeurs, entertainers, and athletes, as well as the poor, with dignity and respect and an eye for character and beauty.Thomas L. Johnson and Phillip C. Dunn received a 1987 Lillian Smith Book Award for their work on this book. This new edition of A True Likeness features a new foreword by Elaine Nichols, the supervisory curator of culture at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. A new afterword is provided by Thomas L. Johnson.

  • Study in black and white : photography, race, humor / Tanya Sheehan
    TR 679.5 S54 2018eb

  • Projecting citizenship : photography and belonging in the British Empire / Gabrielle Moser
    TR 57 M675 2019eb

  • Apostle of progress : Modesto C. Rolland, global progressivism, and the engineering of revolutionary Mexico / J. Justin Castro
    TA 140 R83C37 2019eb

    From the late nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century, Mexico experienced major transformations influenced by a global progressive movement that thrived during the Mexican Revolution and influenced Mexico's development during subsequent governments. Engineers and other revolutionary technocrats were the system builders who drew up the blueprints, printed newspapers, implemented reforms, and constructed complexity--people who built modern Mexico with an eye on remedying long-standing problems through social, material, and infrastructural development during a period of revolutionary change.

    In Apostle of Progress J. Justin Castro examines the life of Modesto C. Rolland, a revolutionary propagandist and a prominent figure in the development of Mexico, to gain a better understanding of the role engineers played in creating revolution-era policies and the reconstruction of the Mexican nation. Rolland influenced Mexican land reform, petroleum development, stadium construction, port advancements, radio broadcasting, and experiments in political economy. In the telling of Rolland's story, Castro offers a captivating account of the Mexican Revolution and the influence of global progressivism on the development of twentieth-century Mexico.

  • Pictures of longing : photography and the Norwegian-American migration / Sigrid Lien ; translated by Barbara Sjoholm

    Haunting and revealing photographs sent home by Norwegian immigrants in America as visual document and collective expression of the emigrant experience

    Between 1836 and 1915, in what has been called history's largest population migration, more than 750,000 Norwegians emigrated to North America. Writing home, the newcomers sent thousands of pictures--America-photographs, as they are called in Norway. In these photographs, the emigrant experience unfolds as framed by thousands of Norwegian transplants in towns, cities, and rural communities across America.

    Pictures of Longing brings more than 250 America-photographs into focus as a moving account of Norwegian migration in the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, conceived of and crafted by its photographer-authors to shape and reshape their story. To clarify the historic nature and the cultural function of the America-photographs, art historian and photography scholar Sigrid Lien located thousands of the photographs in public and private archives and museums in Norway and the United States. Reading these photographs alongside letters sent home by Norwegian immigrants, Lien provides the first comprehensive account of this collective photographic practice involving "the voice of the many."

    Pictures of Longing shows, in fascinating detail, how the photographs, like the accompanying letters, contribute to the cultural grassroots expression of Norwegian migration. They steer us toward multiple, fragmented, and dispersed histories and also complement the existing fabric of established historical narratives, demonstrating photography's potential to engage with history.

  • Constructing imperial Berlin : photography and the metropolis / Miriam Paeslack

    How photography and a modernizing Berlin informed an urban image--and one another--in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

    Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city that once visually epitomized a divided Europe has thrived in the international spotlight as an image of reunified statehood and urbanity. Yet research on Berlin's past has focused on the interwar years of the Weimar Republic or the Cold War era, with much less attention to the crucial Imperial years between 1871 and 1918.

    Constructing Imperial Berlin is the first book to critically assess, contextualize, and frame urban and architectural photographs of that era. Berlin, as it was pronounced Germany's capital in 1871, was fraught with questions that had previously beset Paris and London. How was urban expansion and transformation to be absorbed? What was the city's understanding of its comparably short history? Given this short history, how did it embody the idea of a capital? A key theme of this book is the close interrelation of the city's rapid physical metamorphosis with repercussions on promotional and critical narratives, the emergence of groundbreaking photographic technologies, and novel forms of mass distribution.

    Providing a rare analysis of this significant formative era, Miriam Paeslack shows a city far more complex than the common clichés as a historical and aspiring place suggest. Imperial Berlin emerges as a modern metropolis, only half-heartedly inhibited by urban preservationist concerns and rather more akin to North American cities in their bold industrialization and competing urban expansions than to European counterparts.

  • Working with paper : gendered practices in the history of knowledge / edited by Carla Bittel, Elaine Leong, and Christine von Oertzen
    TS 1090 W67 2019eb

  • The taco truck : how Mexican street food is transforming the American city / Robert Lemon ; foreword by Jeffrey M. Pilcher
    TX 361 H57L47 2019

  • The social documentary photography of Milton Rogovin / edited by Christopher Fulton
    Milton Rogovin (1909--2011) dedicated his photographic career to capturing the humanity of working-class people around the world -- coal miners, factory workers, the urban poor, the residents of Appalachia, and other marginalized groups. He worked to equalize the relationship between photographer and subject in the making of pictures and encouraged his subjects' agency by photographing them on their own terms. Rogovin's powerful insight and immense sympathy for his subjects distinguish him as one of the most original and important documentary photographers in American history. Edited by Christopher Fulton, The Social Documentary Photography of Milton Rogovin is a multi-disciplinary study of the photographer's historical achievement and continuing relevance. Inspired by a recent donation of his work to the University of Louisville, this compilation of essays examines Rogovin's work through multiple lenses. Contributors analyze his photographic career and political motivations, as well as his relationship to economic history and current academic interests. Most closely investigated are the Lower West Side series -- a photographic portrait of a particular neighborhood of Buffalo -- the Working People series -- documenting blue-collar workers and their families over a span of years -- and the Family of Miners series -- a survey of mining communities in the United States and eight foreign countries. A collaborative effort by prominent scholars, The Social Documentary Photography of Milton Rogovin combines historical and biographical research with cultural and artistic criticism, offering a unique perspective on Rogovin's work in Appalachia and beyond.

  • Messy eating : conversations on animals as food / Samantha King, R. Scott Carey, Isabel Macquarrie, Victoria N. Millious, and Elaine M. Power, editors

  • A Gender Perspective of Municipal Solid Waste Generation and Management in the City of Bamenda, Cameroon Akum Hedwig Kien
    TD 789 C17K544 2019
    The management of urban waste constitutes one of the major environmental challenges facing African cities in general and Cameroon in particular. Unprecedented population growth and changes in consumption patterns and lifestyles have led to increased waste generation. Municipal solid waste management efforts lag behind the rate of waste generation with attendant environmental and public health risks. The activities, the gender dynamics and politics at the pools of waste generation, particularly the households and markets largely influence the outcome of waste management strategies and policies. This book brings out the gender dimension of municipal solid waste generation and management in the City of Bamenda. It is hoped that the findings revealed and proposals made from the study will be employed by municipal authorities in Cameroon and beyond to enhance waste management efforts.

  • Gandhi's search for the perfect diet : eating with the world in mind / Nico Slate
    TX 353 S53 2019

  • Driverless : intelligent cars and the road ahead / Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman

    When human drivers let intelligent software take the wheel: the beginning of a new era in personal mobility.

    "Smart, wide-ranging, [and] nontechnical."

    --Los Angeles Times

    "Anyone who wants to understand what's coming must read this fascinating book."

    --Martin Ford , New York Times bestselling author of Rise of the Robots

    In the year 2014, Google fired a shot heard all the way to Detroit. Google's newest driverless car had no steering wheel and no brakes. The message was clear: cars of the future will be born fully autonomous, with no human driver needed. In the coming decade, self-driving cars will hit the streets, rearranging established industries and reshaping cities, giving us new choices in where we live and how we work and play.

    In this book, Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman offer readers insight into the risks and benefits of driverless cars and a lucid and engaging explanation of the enabling technology. Recent advances in software and robotics are toppling long-standing technological barriers that for decades have confined self-driving cars to the realm of fantasy. A new kind of artificial intelligence software called deep learning gives cars rapid and accurate visual perception. Human drivers can relax and take their eyes off the road.

    When human drivers let intelligent software take the wheel, driverless cars will offer billions of people all over the world a safer, cleaner, and more convenient mode of transportation. Although the technology is nearly ready, car companies and policy makers may not be. The authors make a compelling case for why government, industry, and consumers need to work together to make the development of driverless cars our society's next "Apollo moment."

  • The indigenization and hybridization of food cultures in Singapore / Tai Wei Lim

  • Intelligent transport systems for everyone's mobility / editors, Tsunenori Mine, Akira Fukuda and Shigemi Ishida

  • HCI in mobility, transport, and automotive systems : First International Conference, MobiTAS 2019, held as part of the 21st HCI International Conference, HCII 2019, Orando, FL, USA, July 26-31, 2019, proceedings / Heidi Krömker (ed.)

  • Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics : 16th international conference, EPCE 2019, held as part of the 21st HCI international conference, HCII 2019, Orlando, FL, USA, July 26-31, 2019, proceedings / Don Harris (ed.)

  • Business modeling and software design / : 9th International Symposium, BMSD 2019, Lisbon, Portugal, July 1-3, 2019, proceedings / Boris Shishkov (Ed.)

  • Microbial nanobionics. Ram Prasad, editor
    TP 248.25 N35M53 2019eb

  • Handbook of water and used water purification / editor, Josef Lahnsteiner
    TD 430 H36 2019eb

  • Handbook of environmental materials management / editor, Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain
    TA 403.6 H36 2019eb

  • Document analysis and recognition : 4th Workshop, DAR 2018, held in Conjunction with ICVGIP 2018, Hyderabad, India, December 18, 2018, Revised Selected Papers / edited by Suresh Sundaram, Gaurav Harit

  • Handbook of materials modeling : applications : current and emerging materials / editors, Wanda Andreoni, Sidney Yip
    TA 403.6 H36 2019eb

  • Handbook of ecomaterials / editors, Leticia Myriam Torres Martínez, Oxana Vasilievna Kharissova, Boris Ildusovich Kharisov
    TA 418.9 N35H36 2019eb

  • Handbook of nanofibers / editors, Ahmed Barhoum, Mikhael Bechelany, Abdel Salam Hamdy Makhlouf
    TA 418.9 F5H36 2019eb

  • Handbook of materials modeling : methods : theory and modeling / editors, Wanda Andreoni, Sidney Yip
    TA 403.6 H36 2019eb

  • Encyclopedia of wireless networks / editors, Xuemin (Sherman) Shen, Xiaodong Lin, Kuan Zhang
    TK 5103.2 E53 2019eb

  • Handbook of thermal science and engineering / editor, Francis A. Kulacki
    TJ 260 H36 2019eb

  • Flexible AC transmission systems : FACTS / editors, Stig Nilsson, Bjarne Andersen
    TK 3148 F54 2019eb

  • Functional biopolymers / editors, Mohammad Abu Jafar Mazumder, Heather Sheardown, Amir Al-Ahmed
    TP 248.65 P62F86 2019eb

  • Functional polymers / editors, Mohammad Abu Jafar Mazumder, Heather Sheardown, Amir Al-Ahmed
    TA 455 P58F86 2019eb

  • Consequences of microbial interactions with hydrocarbons, oils, and lipids : biodegradation and bioremediation / editor, Robert Steffan
    TP 248.27 M53C66 2019eb

  • Precision Machines edited by Shuming Yang, Zhuangde Jiang
    TJ 170 P74 2019

  • Handbook of Smart Homes, Health Care and Well-Being edited by Joost van Hoof, George Demiris, Eveline J.M. Wouters

  • Performance Analysis of Photovoltaic Systems with Energy Storage Systems by Adel A. Elbaset, Saad Awad Mohamed Abdelwahab, Hamed Anwer Ibrahim, Mohammed Abdelmowgoud Elsayed Eid
    TK 1087 E53 2019

  • Handbook of Advanced Lighting Technology edited by Robert Karlicek, Ching-Cherng Sun, Georges Zissis, Ruiqing Ma

  • Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics and Games edited by Newton Lee
    T 385 E53 2019eb

  • Cellular Ecophysiology of Microbe: Hydrocarbon and Lipid Interactions edited by Tino Krell

  • Handbook of Advanced Non-Destructive Evaluation edited by Nathan Ida, Norbert Meyendorf
    TA 417.2 H36 2019eb

  • Cyber-Physical Systems: A Reference edited by Xue Wang
    TJ 213 C93 2019

  • Handbook of Nanoparticles edited by Mahmood Aliofkhazraei
    TA 418.9 N35H36 2019eb

  • Handbook of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes edited by Chihaya Adachi, Reiji Hattori, Hironori Kaji, Takatoshi Tsujimura
    TK 7871.89 L53H36 2019

  • Polymers and polymeric composites : a reference series / editors, Sanjay Palsule
    TA 455 P58P65 2019

  • Applications and usability of interactive TV : 7th Iberoamerican Conference, jAUTI 2018, Bernal, Argentina, October 16-18, 2018, revised selected papers / edited by María José Abásolo, Telmo Silva, Nestor D. González
    TK 6679.3 A66 2018eb

  • Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems 20th Annual Conference, TAROS 2019, London, UK, July 3-5, 2019, Proceedings, Part II / edited by Kaspar Althoefer, Jelizaveta Konstantinova, Ketao Zhang

  • Handbook of small satellites : technology, design, manufacture, applications, economics and regulation / edited by Joseph Pelton
    TL 796 H36 2019

  • Data Analytics and Management in Data Intensive Domains : 20th International Conference, DAMDID/RCDL 2018, Moscow, Russia, October 9-12, 2018, Revised Selected Papers / edited by Yannis Manolopoulos, Sergey Stupnikov
    T 58.6 I58 2018

  • Handbook of advanced nondestructive evaluation / Nathan Ida, Norbert Meyendorf, editors
    TA 417.2 H36 2019

    This handbook is a comprehensive source of information on all aspects of non-destructive testing (NDT), for use by professionals, educators, and most of all, by the practitioners of testing. The art of NDT consists of dozens of methods, some classical, and some emerging. As the pace of industrial work and discovery intensifies and materials are utilized to their physical limits, the role of NDT becomes ever more important. As a result, the methods of testing are themselves evolving, and it is the intent of this book to capture this evolution.

    Handbook of Modern Non-Destructive Testing broadens the scope from traditional books on the subject. In addition to classical, emerging and exotic methods of evaluation, the book will also cover the use of NDT techniques in other fields, such as archaeology or resource exploration. With contributions from experts in all areas of the field, the reader will find balanced coverage of a variety of testing methods, with no bias against

    or endorsements of any particular method. The book treats many areas in depth, covering all aspects of testing, and will include case studies where appropriate. Additional coverage of statistical methods and their use, as well as simulations' role in testing and test design, are included.

  • Recent Trends in Image Processing and Pattern Recognition. Second International Conference, RTIP2R 2018, Solapur, India, December 21-22, 2018 : Revised Selected Papers / K. C. Santosh, Ravindra S. Hegadi, (Eds.)
    TA 1637 R43 2019

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