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New simple correlation formula for the drag coefficient of non-spherical particles
A simple correlation formula for the standard drag coefficient (i.e. a single stationary particle in a uniform flow) of arbitrary shaped particles is established using a large number of experimentalExpand
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Spatial Audio Object Coding (SAOC) - The Upcoming MPEG Standard on Parametric Object Based Audio Coding
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A novel Spatial Audio Object Coding (SAOC) system has been presented, that is currently under standardization in ISO/MPEG. Expand
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Lattice Boltzmann simulations to determine drag, lift and torque acting on non-spherical particles
Abstract The drag, lift and moment coefficients of differently shaped single particles have been determined as a function of the angle of incidence at particle Reynolds numbers between Re = 0.3 andExpand
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MP3 Surround: Efficient and Compatible Coding of Multi-Channel Audio
Finalized in 1992, the MP3 compression format has become a synonym for personalized music enjoyment for millions of users. The paper presents a novel extension of this popular format which addsExpand
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On the interaction between two fixed spherical particles
The variation of the drag (CD) and lift coefficients (CL) of two fixed solid spherical particles placed at different positions relative each other is studied. Simulations are carried out for particleExpand
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Spatial Audio Coding: Next-generation efficient and compatible coding of multi-channel audio
Reference LCAV-CONF-2005-033 URL: www.aes.org Record created on 2005-10-07, modified on 2017-05-12
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Application and survival curve of total hip arthroplasties: a systematic comparative analysis using worldwide hip arthroplasty registers
PurposeThe aim of the study was to compare primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) implantations between different countries in terms of THA number per inhabitant, age, and procedure type and to compareExpand
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A closed loop perfusion bioreactor for dynamic hydrostatic pressure loading and cartilage tissue engineering
In the present study, a novel bioreactor for dynamic hydrostatic pressure loading that simultaneously permits medium perfusion was established. This bioreactor enables continuous cultivation withoutExpand
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