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Diversity in Design:: Addressing the Black awarding gap - Franziska Conrad and Gary Underwood
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

High strain rate elasto-plasticity identification using the Image-Based Inertial Impact (IBII) test part 1: Error quantification - Lloyd Fletcher, Frances M Davis, Sarah Marie Dreuilhe, Aleksander Marek and Fabrice Pierron
Type: Article | 2021

High strain rate elasto-plasticity identification using the Image-Based Inertial Impact (IBII) test part 2: Experimental validation - Lloyd Fletcher, Frances M Davis, Fabrice Pierron, Sarah Marie Dreuilhe and Aleksander Marek
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Placental mobilization of free fatty acids contributes to altered materno-fetal transfer in obesity - Birgit Hirschmugl, Simone Perazzolo, Bram G Sengers, Rohan M Lewis, Michael Gruber, Gernot Desoye and Christian Wadsack
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Letter | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

The effect of permeability on the erosion threshold of fine-grained sediments - Henning Mohr, Scott Draper, David J. White and Liang Cheng
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Investigation of the 2D assumption in the image-based inertial impact test - Jared Van Blitterswyk, Lloyd Fletcher and Fabrice Pierron
Type: Article | 2021

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