Essays about: "Liquid bridge"

Found 5 essays containing the words Liquid bridge.

  1. 1. CCS via Electrochemical CO2 Reduction to Ethylene-based Polymeric Construction Materials

    University essay from KTH/Kemiteknik

    Author : Christian Taylor; [2021]
    Keywords : CCS; Electrochemical CO2 Reduction; CO2 to Ethylene; Power-to-X; Polymeric Construction Materials; Circular Carbon Economy; Electrolysis; CO2 electroreduction; CCS; Elektrokemisk CO2-reduktion; Koldioxid till Eten; Power-to-X; Polymera konstruktionsmaterial; Cirkulär kolekonomi; elektrolys; CO2-elektroreduktion;

    Abstract : IPCC SR15 rapporterade att alla framtida scenarier för att begränsa klimatförändringen till 1,5°C är starkt beroende av negativa utsläppstekniker, såsom geografisk CO2-lagring som används av Stockholm Exergi’s Värtaverket. Men kan man uppnå starkare klimatvinster genom en cirkulär koldioxidekonomi? Bildandet av en cirkulär koldioxidekonomi är absolut nödvändigt för att uppnå global koldioxidneutralitet, men hur kommer vi dit? Elektrolys av CO2 erbjuder en ekonomiskt och miljömässigt attraktiv väg för att uppgradera CO2-utsläpp till värdefulla bränslen och råvaror, vilket minskar användningen av fossila resurser och CO2-utsläpp till atmosfären. READ MORE

  2. 2. Soil reinforcement with geopolymer : A FEM study in the Old Town subway track adjacent to Söderströmsbron

    University essay from KTH/Byggteknik och design

    Author : Alexandra Mikha; Gina Radouani; [2020]
    Keywords : Plaxis 2D; Finite element analysis; geopolymer; interference-free reinforcement; Old Town; Plaxis 2D; finita element analys; geopolymer; störningsfri förstärkning; Gamla Stan;

    Abstract : Söderströmsbron is the bridge that leads the subway between Slussen and Gamla Stan in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. It is one of the busiest routes in the entire SL traffic system. READ MORE

  3. 3. Unravelling International Student Mobility: A New Mobilities Perspective on International Student Mobility

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för service management och tjänstevetenskap

    Author : Johan Merlo; [2017]
    Keywords : International student mobility; International study motives; New mobilities; Lifestyle mobilities; Lifestyle travel; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : International students’ mobility has received increased appreciation for its role, and impact, in todays knowledge economy. This development has lead to an increase of tourism research aiming to understand student travel motives as such knowledge is paramount to the development of appropriate marketing strategies, services, and promotions. READ MORE

  4. 4. A Technical Evaluation of Capacitive Level Sensors for use in Hemodialysis Machines on Chambers Filled with Dielectric Liquids

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för Biomedicinsk teknik

    Author : Viktor Stevander; Viktor Petersson; [2016]
    Keywords : comb-finger; parallel fingers; capacitive sensor; Electrical engineering; Electric measurement; hemodialysis; dialysis machine; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : A series of tests were performed to explore the limits of two capacitive level sensors using the principle of parallel finger layout (sometimes called comb fingers) for sensing. The goal was to present a decision basis for Baxter to use when choosing a sensor to implement in their next generation hemodialysis machine. READ MORE

  5. 5. Cracking Assessment of Concrete Slab Frame Bridges Exposed to Thermally Induced Restraint Forces

    University essay from KTH/Betongbyggnad

    Author : Jonatan Ledin; Christensen Oskar; [2015]
    Keywords : Concrete slab frame bridges; Restraint forces; Thermal actions; Non linear FE analysis;

    Abstract : The usage of linear 3D FEA is widespread within the bridge design community, and although this tool provides substantial benefits in the design process, there are certain practical issues related to the application of this analysis tool. A situation in which such an issue prevails is when linear 3D FEA is used to analyze restraint forces due to thermal shrinkage or expansion in concrete slab frame bridges. READ MORE