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Development of a multi-scheme energy management strategy for a hybrid fuel cell driven passenger ship - Ameen M. Bassam, Alexander B. Phillips, Stephen R. Turnock and Philip A. Wilson
Type: Article | 2017

Type: Article | 2017

Measurements and models of the temperature change of water samples in Sea Surface Temperature buckets - G. Carella, A.K.R. Morris, R. W. Pascal, M.J. Yelland, D.I. Berry, S. Morak-Bozzo and E.C. Kent
Type: Article | 2017

Enhanced ultraviolet photoluminescence of Gd3+ in silica glass - Jing He, Yun Wang, Norberto Chiodini, Sebastian Steigenberger, Pranabesh Barua, Martynas Beresna and Gilberto Brambilla
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017

Characterization of meta-Cresol Purple for spectrophotometric pH measurements in saline and hypersaline media at sub-zero temperatures - Socratis Loucaides, Victoire M.C. Rerolle, Stathys Papadimitriou, Hilary Kennedy, Matthew C. Mowlem, Andrew G. Dickson, Martha Gledhill and Eric P. Achterberg
Type: Article | 2017

Understanding the power requirements of autonomous underwater systems, Part I: An analytical model for optimum swimming speeds and cost of transport - Alexander Phillips, Maryam Haroutunian, Alan J Murphy, Stephen Boyd, James Blake and Gwyn Griffiths
Type: Article | 2017

Depth control of an over-actuated, hover-capable autonomous underwater vehicle with experimental verification - Kantapon Tanakitkorn, Philip A. Wilson, Stephen R. Turnock and Alexander B. Phillips
Type: Article | 2017

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