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Items where Study Group is "European Study Group with Industry > ESGI 85 (Norwich, UK, Apr 16-20, 2012)"

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A.W.E. Ltd.

Curtis, John P. and Black, Jonathan and Chapman, Lloyd and Connaughton, Colm and Cooker, Mark J. and Coskun, Erhan and Davies, Russell and Fernandez, Andrea and Hall, Cameron and Lacey, A.A. and Ockendon, J.R. and Please, C.P. and Ranner, Tom and Skorski, Maciej and Wang, Chang (2012) A Model for the Reduction of Specific Surface Area of Powders with Age. [Study Group Report]


Gower, A.L. (2012) Detecting Geometric Faults from Measured Data. [Study Group Report]


Cawthorn, Chris and Barton, David and Maczka, Melissa and Davies, Russell and Siganporia, Zubin and Tolarczyk, Andrej (2012) Propagation of uncertainty through the hazard chain. [Study Group Report]

Hicks, Peter and Crosby, Andrew and Hewitt, Duncan and Hennessy, M. and Herterich, James G. and Moyles, Iain (2012) Liquid interactions with porous media and the fate of toxic materials. [Study Group Report]

Environment Agency

Munday, Paul and Pearson, Natalie and Lang, Georgina and Warneford, Emma and Siganporia, Zubin (2012) Probabilistic flood forecasting. [Study Group Report]

Poikos Ltd.

Patel, R. and Brett, Charles and Gallimore, Laura and Jacobs, Byron and Jenkins, Sian and Niechcial, Aleksandra and Please, C.P. (2012) Determining An Individual’s 3-Dimensional Body Shape From Two 2-Dimensional Photographic Images. [Study Group Report]

VR Technology

Manus, Lorcan Mac and Brown, Melvin and Lewis, Alexander and Melnik, A. and Ramos, Angel Manuel and Brett, Charles and Wood, David and von Glehn, Ingrid and Dewynne, J. and Katterbauer, Klemens and Berger, Lorenz and Bulkowski, Marcin and Roberts, Paul and Whittaker, Robert and Grandison, Scott and O'Keeffe, Stephen (2012) Inertial navigation for divers. [Study Group Report]

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