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Innovative technologies for NZEBs: An energy and economic analysis tool and a case study of a non-residential building for the Mediterranean climate
Abstract Several new technologies can be today implemented in buildings in order to achieve the NZEB goal. In this paper a novel computer model for predicting the energy demand of buildingsExpand
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Experimental analysis and simulation of the gas transport in dense Hyflon® AD60X membranes: Influence of residual solvent
Abstract The present paper discusses the tendency of solution-cast Hyflon® AD membranes to retain unexpectedly high amounts of solvent, the possible reasons of this phenomenon and its effect on theExpand
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Artificial Neural Networks for Forecasting Passenger Flows on Metro Lines
In this paper, we propose the use of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) for forecasting metro onboard passenger flows as a function of passenger counts at station turnstiles. Expand
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Surface modification of molecular sieve fillers for mixed matrix membranes
Abstract Two requirements of a porous filler for Mixed Matrix Membranes [MMMs] are a good adhesion to the polymer and the openness of its pores. The surface of SAPO-34 has been grafted with moietiesExpand
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Dynamic simulation and thermo-economic analysis of a PhotoVoltaic/Thermal collector heating system for an indoor-outdoor swimming pool
Abstract This paper presents an analysis of an innovative renewable energy plant serving an existing indoor/outdoor swimming pool located in Naples. The proposed solar hybrid system is designed inExpand
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The conformational distribution in diphenylmethane determined by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of a sample dissolved in a nematic liquid crystalline solvent
The deuterium decoupled, proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of a sample of diphenylmethane-d3 dissolved in a nematic liquid crystalline solvent has been analyzed to yield a set of dipolarExpand
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Vertical coupled double organic microcavities
A light emitting structure consisting of two coupled microcavities has been realized and studied. One of the two cavities contains a luminescent organic thin film ofExpand
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Modelling droplet formation in cross-flow membrane emulsification
In the present paper we illustrate applications of a new set of force balance equations able to predict the average size of a droplet forming during cross-flow membrane emulsification processes.Expand
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Abstract A partially-deuteriated sample of the nematogen 4-n-pentyl-4′-cyanobiphenyl has been synthesized which contains six protons, four in an aromatic ring and two on the attached methylene group.Expand
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Chromonic‐Like Physical Luminescent Gels Formed by Ionic Octahedral Iridium(III) Complexes in Diluted Water Solutions
The first example of spontaneous self-assembly of ionic octahedral Ir(III) complexes containing carboxylates counterions into luminescent ordered aqueous gel phases is reported. The gel phases formedExpand
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