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This paper describes a new technique to measure urine volume in patients with urinary bladder dysfunction. Polypyrrole - an electronically conducting polymer - is chemically deposited on a highly elastic fabric. This fabric, when placed around a phantom bladder, produced a reproducible change in electrical resistance on stretching. The resistance response(More)
In this paper, a new non-compensatory approach is introduced for the material selection of bipolar plates in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (PEFC), using the original ELECTRE I (Elimination Et (and) Choice Translating Reality) decision-making method. This approach provides solutions to material selection problems of bipolar plates involving multiple con(More)
Recent advances in nanomaterials science contributed to develop new micro- and nano-devices as potential diagnostic and therapeutic tools in the field of oncology. The synthesis of superparamagnetic nanoparticles (SPMNPs) has been intensively studied, and the use of these particles in magnetic hyperthermia therapy has demonstrated successes in treatment of(More)
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