Rushikesh K. Joshi

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Graphene-based materials can have well-defined nanometer pores and can exhibit low frictional water flow inside them, making their properties of interest for filtration and separation. We investigate permeation through micrometer-thick laminates prepared by means of vacuum filtration of graphene oxide suspensions. The laminates are vacuum-tight in the dry(More)
SUMMARY In the conventionalobject model, encapsulated objects interact by messages that result in method invocations on the destination object. A message is delivered directly at the destination object. As a result of the direct deliveries, the message control code performing intermediate message manipulations cannot be abstracted out separately from the(More)
—Parallel computing on interconnected workstations is becoming a viable and attractive proposition due to the rapid growth in speeds of interconnection networks and processors. In the case of workstation clusters, there is always a considerable amount of unused computing capacity available in the network. However, heterogeneity in architectures and(More)