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Impact of Continuous Glucose Monitoring System on Model Based Glucose Control
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2007)
Critically ill patients are known to experience stress-induced hyperglycemia. Inhibiting the physiological response to increased glycaemic levels in these patients are factors such as increased insulin resistance, increased ...
Thermal modelling and optimisation of building-integrated photo-voltaic thermal systems.
(University of Canterbury. Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2015)
This Masters project has involved detailed thermal analysis of a unique renewable energies building. A TRNSYS model of this building has been developed and validated by real measurements and has shown to be capable of ...
Investigation of rheological properties of concentrated milk and the effect of these properties on flow within falling film evaporators
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2011)
The falling film flow of milk was studied both analytically and experimentally. Experiments were carried out for concentrations from 19.93% to 62.09% to obtain the rheological data of milk while analytical studies were ...
High Quality Video Streaming with SCTP over CDMA2000
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2007)
The research reported in this thesis investigates the performance of the transport layer Stream Control Transfer Protocol (SCTP) for streaming video over CDMA2000 cellphone and data wireless networks. The main measure of ...
Experimental and Numerical Modelling of Gravity Currents Preceding Backdrafts
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2008)
This study investigates the turbulent mixing within gravity currents preceding backdrafts and validates the ability of the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software Fire Dynamics Simulator version 4 (FDS) to simulate ...