N. Hamilton

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‘Improving Accessidility for those with Impaired Mobility’ (I-AIM) is developing a telematic-based device to attach to wheelchairs to provide a navigation aid in the built environment. A technical project such as this must have end-user input from the beginning. In partial fulfilment of this, a user requirements survey was carried out. The survey found that(More)
Parts of at least 12 figurines, mostly very fragmentary, were recovered from the excavations on the North mound, and from the rough indication of find spots available so far, it is possible to make some preliminary comments on distribution patterns. Unfortunately, very few figurine fragments were recognised on site, and therefore most were retrieved either(More)
The figurines from this season exhibited the wide range of form and style seen in previous seasons, as well as some variety in fabric. Perhaps most important are the figurines from Building 17, four figurines were found, but two of them, human in type, were deliberately broken prior to deposition, and found in closure-type fills. Animal, humanoid and(More)
Understanding wake dynamics is an ongoing research topic in wind energy, since wakes have considerable effects on the power production when wind turbines are placed in a wind farm. Wind tunnel experiments have been conducted to study the wake to wake interaction in a model wind farm in tandem with measurements of the extracted power. The aim is to(More)
In this paper we describe a novel method for delivering a precise, known amount of electric charge to a micron-sized solid target. Aerosolised microparticles passed through a plasma discharge will acquire significant electric charge. The fluid stability under evaporative stress is a key aspect that is core to the research. Initially stable charged aerosols(More)
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