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    • Flexible autonomous robotic task scheduling using advanced RISC machines 

      Zaccagni, Zachary James (Wichita State University, 2008-08)
      This research presents two methods for a group of Garcia robots to collaboratively decide which task to attend to, and to move to their respective locations. One method allows for a needed flexibility and dynamic analysis ...
    • Flexible electronics for skin wearable pH sensor 

      Hafenstine, Rex W. (Wichita State University, 2020-05-01)
      INTRODUCTION: Recent advances in soft, flexible, hybrid electronics allow to develop a novel wearable platform for direct sweat collection and analysis in real-time. The unobtrusive and mechanically compliant system can ...
    • Flight environment of the propellers on commuter aircraft 

      Dorfling, Johann (Wichita State University, 2008-12)
      Data obtained from digital flight data recorders installed on a fleet of 27 Beech 1900Ds are used to assess the actual operational environment of propellers on commuter aircraft. The data consists of 910 complete flights ...
    • Flight loads analysis of CL-415 scoopers 

      Rokhsaz, Kamran; Kliment, Linda K.; Nelson, John A. (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2022-06-20)
      Flight data recorded between 2015 and 2019 on a fleet of four CL-415 aircraft has been analyzed for the purpose of developing flight loads spectra. A low-pass filter has been used to remove the effects of local and structural ...
    • Flight loads and usage analysis of a fleet of BE-1900D commuter airliners 

      Rokhsaz, Kamran; Kliment, Linda K. (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2018-01-08)
      Flight data from 11,299 flights, recorded on a fleet of six BE-1900D aircraft during typical operational usage by a single commuter airline has been used for this analysis. The goal has been to quantify the airframe usage ...
    • Flight loads monitoring of USFS aerial supervision modules 

      Kliment, Linda K.; Rokhsaz, Kamran; Menon, Alok N.; Nelson, John A.; Terning, Brett R.; Weinstein, Edward M. (American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2014-01-17)
      The USFS has collected flight data on Beechcraft King Airs which are being used as Aerial Supervision Modules. Data from seven aircraft is presented. The missions are separated into four flight phases: climb, cruise, ...
    • Flight loads spectra of a fleet of heavy air tankers 

      Rokhsaz, Kamran; Kliment, Linda K.; Terning, Brett R.; Nelson, John A. (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Inc., 2019-06-10)
      In-flight recorded data from eight BAe-146s and eight RJ-85s flown in support of the United States Forest Service aerial firefighting operations have been analyzed. Flights have been divided into firefighting, ferry, and ...
    • Flight loads spectra of two business jets 

      Rokhsaz, Kamran; Kliment, Linda K.; Weinstein, Edward M. (American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., 2014-01-17)
      Operational flight loads have been analyzed from two business jets, a Global 5000 and a Global Express XRS. It is shown that due to the differing nature of their missions, both airframes were subjected to nearly the same ...
    • The float round-off error analysis for linear minimum variance adaptive beamforming 

      Wang, Dan; Zhang, Guanglei (SPIE, 2018-05-03)
      The phase array radar has been widely used in military due to the dramatic advance in computer technique and signal processing technology. However, the phase array always has thousands of antenna elements. It is a huge ...
    • Flow characteristics and wall shear stresses in bifurcated peripheral arteries 

      Gogineni, Aneesha (Wichita State University, 2015-12)
      Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is further complicated by co-morbidities like diabetes, hypertension and anemia. Previous studies on coronary and carotid arteries indicate that bifurcation at the arteries has an effect in ...
    • Flow downstream of partially blocked stented cardiac arteries 

      Gogineni, Aneesha; Ravigururajan, Tiruvadi S. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2012)
      Intravascular stents play a major role in restoring the patency in atherosclerotic coronary arteries. However restenosis occurs in an artery after certain period of time. In order to obtain the consequences of various ...
    • Flow dynamics in partially blocked tibial artery 

      Gogineni, Aneesha; Ravigururajan, Tiruvadi S. (Begell House Inc., 2020-04)
      Tibial artery comprises of two branches, anterior and posterior sides of the subject. These arteries are often obstructed due to plaque formation. They are also affected by several other conditions like hypertension, ...
    • The flow stress of AM IN 625 under conditions of high strain and strain rate 

      Ananda-Kumar, Rajesh; Lopez-Hawa, Homar; Moscoso-Kingsley, Wilfredo; Madhavan, Viswanathan (Springer, Cham, 2019)
      Additively manufactured (AM) nickel superalloy (In 625) with known processing history and quasi-static properties has been investigated under extreme strains up to about 100% and strain rate up to about 10 4 /s by machining. ...
    • Flow through a partially blocked artery downstream of a stented region 

      Gogineni, Aneesha (Wichita State University, 2011-07)
      A numerical analysis of flow through a stenosed artery downstream of a stented region is presented. Three different Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved stents (Bx Velocity, NIR, and Multilink Zeta) are considered ...
    • Flow through coated coronary stented arteries: a review 

      Gogineni, Aneesha; Ravigururajan, Tiruvadi S. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2012)
      This paper reviews the recent literature on the stent applications and their recent advancements due to some controversies. The paper consists of two parts flow modeling of stents and a comparison between normal and stenosed ...
    • Food vs. biofuel: an optimization approach to the spatio-temporal analysis of land-use competition and environmental impacts 

      Cobuloglu, Halil I.; Bueyuektahtakin, I. Esra (Elsevier Ltd., 2015-02-15)
      Biofuel production from food crops leads to debates about the increase in food prices and security of the food supply. On the other hand, biofuels derived from cellulosic (energy) crops offer positive environmental impacts. ...
    • Food waste in hospitals: review 

      Alshqaqeeq, Fadhel Y.; Twomey, Janet M.; Overcash, Michael (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2019-03-12)
      Uneaten food, whether by patients or unserved, is considered food waste. Plate waste is the remaining, uneaten food after being served to patients in the hospital. The uneaten food has a cascading environmental impact on ...
    • Foolproofing network communication by k-diverse padding 

      Chandrashekar, Kavitha (Wichita State University, 2018-12)
      It has been shown recently that a large majority of online web-based applications are prone to privacy attacks, causing serious breach in the privacy of any online activity, due to the popular application features that ...
    • Force myography controlled intelligent assistive wheelchair-mounted robotic exoskeleton for arm movements 

      Desai, Jaydip M.; Schabron, Bridget; Yihun, Yimesker S. (IEEE, 2019-09)
      People suffering from stroke, injury, cerebral palsy, and neuromuscular diseases such as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy often utilize power wheelchairs for mobility. Recent advancement in embedded systems allowed researchers ...
    • Force myography signal based hand gesture classification for the implementation of real- time prosthetic hand control system 

      Ha, Nguon (Wichita State University, 2017-12)
      This thesis aims to develop an interfacing mechanism for controlling prosthetic devices using Force Myography signal (FMG) and various hand gesture classifications. The FMG signals have been collected through three ...