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Wind tunnel investigation of external-flow jet-flap transport configuration having full-span tripple-slotted flaps - graphs
We report on the design and characterization of three different architectures, namely two Time-to- Digital Converters (TDCs) and a Time-to-Amplitude Converter (TAC) with embedded analog-to-digital conversion, implemented in a 130-nm CMOS imaging technology. The proposed circuit solutions are conceived for implementation at pixel-level, in image sensors exploiting Single-Photon Avalanche Diodes as photodetectors. The fabricated 32x32 TDCs/TACs arrays have a pitch of 50μm in both directions while the average power consumption is between 28mW and 300mW depending on the architectural choice. The TAC achieves a time resolution of 160ps on a 20-ns time range with a differential and integral non-linearity (DNL, INL) of 0.7LSB and 1.9LSB, respectively. The two TDCs have a 10-bit resolution with a minimum time resolution between 50ps and 119ps ...
Air containerization is discussed in terms of lower freight rates, size and pallet limitations, refrigeration, backhaul of empties, and ownership. It is concluded that there is a need for an advance air cargo system as indicated by the industry/transportation case studies, and a stimulation of the air cargo would result in freight rate reductions.
The current air cargo system is analyzed along with advanced air cargo systems studies. A forecast of advanced air cargo system demand is presented with cost estimates. It is concluded that there is a need for a dedicated advance air cargo system, and with application of advanced technology, reductions of 45% in air freight rates may be achieved.
Current and advanced air cargo systems are evaluated using industrial and consumer statistics. Market and commodity characteristics that influence the use of the air mode are discussed along with a comparison of air and surface mode on typical routes. Results of on-site surveys of cargo processing facilities at airports are presented, and institutional controls and influences on air cargo operations are considered.
The overall aim of CERIF for Datasets (C4D) is to develop a framework for incorporating metadata into CERIF (the Common European Research Information Format) such that research organisations and researchers can better discover and make use of existing and future research datasets, wherever they may be held. CERIF provides a standardised way of managing and exchanging research information and has been widely used for recording and exchanging information about research projects and publications. C4D looks at the suitability of CERIF for recording datasets, suggests ways that the model could be improved and implements pilot functionality based on the findings of C4D at the three partner Universities in the UK.
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