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    • Fabrication and characterisation of solid-state electrochemical switches 

      Foulkes, J.E.; Arnold, M.D.; Blaikie, R.J. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering., 2006)
      Solid-state electrochemical switches, also known as Quantised Conductance Atomic Switches (QCAS), have been investigated using reversible conversion of silver to silver sulphide for the switching. Electron-beam lithography ...
    • Fabrication of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells on Pre-textured Substrates 

      Chen, Linda Yen-Chien (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2010)
      Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC) possesses huge potential in solar energy utilisation and immense research has been carried out in order to improve its performance. There are several aspects that affect the solar cell’s ...
    • Fabrication of free-standing casein Devices with micro- and nanostructured regular and bioimprinted surface features 

      Hashemi, A.; Mutreja, I.; Alkaisi, M.M.; Nock, V.; Ali, M.A. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Biomolecular Interaction Centre, 2015)
      This work introduces a novel process for the fabrication of free-standing biodegradable casein devices with micro- and nanoscale regular and biomimetic surface features. Fabrication of intermediate polydimethylsiloxane ...
    • Fabrication of In-Channel High-Aspect Ratio Sensing Pillars for Protrusive Force Measurements on Fungi and Oomycetes 

      Sun Y; Tayagui A; Garrill A; Nock V (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
      © 1992-2012 IEEE. This paper reports the fabrication and application of a Lab-on-a-Chip platform containing single-elastomeric micropillars in channel constrictions, which enable the measurement of protrusive forces exerted ...
    • The Fabrication of Metallic Nanotransistors 

      Cheng, H.H.; Siaw, J.K.; Alkaisi, M.M. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2005)
      Extensive research studies have been devoted into the field of scaling down transistor size for ultra high density integrated circuits over the last three decades. It has been suggested that for the smallest possible ...
    • Fabrication of photonic nanostructures for light harvesting in solar cells. 

      Peter Amalathas, Amalraj (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      Reducing optical losses in the solar cells has always been a key challenge in enhancing the power conversion efficiency of the solar cells without increasing significantly the cost. In order to enhance the power conversion ...
    • Fabrication, Characterization, and Modelling of Self-Assembled Silicon Nanostructure Vacuum Field Emission Devices 

      Bari, Mohammad Rezaul (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2011)
      The foundation of vacuum nanoelectronics was laid as early as in 1961 when Kenneth Shoulders proposed the development of vertical field-emission micro-triodes. After years of conspicuous stagnancy in the field much interest ...
    • Face to Face Collaborative AR on Mobile Phones 

      Henrysson, A.; Billinghurst, M.; Ollila, M. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2005)
      Mobile phones are an ideal platform for augmented reality. In this paper we describe how they can also be used to support face to face collaborative AR gaming. We have created a custom port of the ARToolKit library to ...
    • Facilitating Adaptive Tutorial Dialogues in EER-Tutor 

      Weerasinghe, A.; Mitrovic, A. (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2011)
    • Factors Affecting Resilient Modulus 

      Saleh, M.F.; Ji, S.J. (University of Canterbury. Civil Engineering., 2006)
      Resilient modulus is an important property for asphalt concrete design and for mechanistic analysis of pavement response under traffic loading. This study investigates the different factors affecting the resilient modulus ...
    • Factors affecting the early growth and survival of indigenous seedlings planted for the purpose of ecological restoration 

      Ogle, Mike (University of Canterbury. Forestry, 1996)
      This report consists of two parts: 1) a review of factors affecting the early growth and survival of indigenous seedlings planted for the purpose of ecological restoration; 2) field trials of different treatments at ...
    • Factors Governing the Post-Peak Hysteresis Loops of Reinforced Concrete Columns 

      Dhakal, R.P.; Maekawa, Koichi (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2002)
      The main aim of this study is to investigate the factors governing the post-peak cyclic response of laterally loaded reinforced concrete cantilever columns. A series of experiments are conducted, in which five reinforced ...
    • Factors Influencing Future Canopy Composition at Tiromoana Bush, North Canterbury, New Zealand 

      Henshaw, Alex (University of Canterbury. School of Forestry, 2012)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate seedling recruitment beneath kanuka forest at Tiromoana Bush, North Canterbury. The regeneration of broadleaved tree species is evident throughout Tiromoana Bush. This research ...
    • Factors influencing shelter in the Woodhill protection strip. 

      Curry, Mathew (University of Canterbury, 2018)
      Woodhill Forest, situated on the west coast of the Auckland region, is directly exposed to strong westerly winds coming from the Tasman Sea. To protect the 41km long Pinus radiata forest, a protective strip of trees has ...
    • Factors which influence corewood stiffness in radiata pine. 

      Jones, Grace (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      Increasing stocking and competition with weeds significantly increased Hitman estimates of stiffness at the significance level α=0.05. Accuracy of models predicting Hitman from TreeTap measurements can be improved by ...
    • FACTS device modelling in the harmonic domain 

      Collins, Christopher Donald (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2006)
      This thesis describes a novel harmonic domain approach for assessing the steady state performance of Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) devices. Existing harmonic analysis techniques are reviewed and used as the basis ...
    • Failure analysis of a brazed, stainless steel fuel injection line 

      Kral MV; Maher, CM; McSwain, RH (2018)
      An aircraft fuel line was found to have fractured and caused an in-flight fire. A brief history of the general problem of cracking in brazed stainless steel fuel injection lines places this failure in context. The fracture ...
    • Falcon Forestry Carriage Series 2 : a case study of productivity and operation. 

      Bolitho, Callum (University of Canterbury, 2015)
      The multiple drivers of workplace safety and increasing productivity are resulting in increased mechanisation within the forestry industry. The use of motorised grapples in cable harvesting is an applicable mechanisation ...
    • The Fallout of Single Glazing under Radiant Heat Exposure 

      WONG, Daniel Liang Wei (University of Canterbury, 2011)
      Glass fallout in windows has the potential to alter the ventilation condition and the behaviour of the fire in a compartment. Therefore, it is of an interest to fire modellers to be able to simulate the behaviour of glass ...
    • A family of 2-dimensional Minkowski planes with small automorphism groups 

      Steinke, Günter F. (University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1994)
      This paper concerns 2-dimensional (topological locally compact connected) Minkowski planes. It uses a construction of J. Jakóbowski [4] of Minkowski planes over half-ordered fields and applies it to the field of reals. ...