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New open access publishing opportunities from 2023 onwards 

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  1. Fatigue strengthening of damaged steel members using wire arc additive manufacturing 

    Ghafoori E.; Dahaghin H.; Diao C.; et al. (2023)
    Engineering Structures
    In this study, a directed energy deposition (DED) process called wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is employed for the fatigue strengthening of damaged steel members. Three steel specimens with central cracks were tested under a high-cycle fatigue loading (HCF) regime: (1) the reference specimen; (2) the WAAM-repaired specimen with an as-deposited profile, and (3) the WAAM-repaired specimen machined to reduce stress concentration ...
    Journal Article
  2. Towards a novel method for detecting atypical lying down and standing up behaviors in dairy cows using accelerometers and machine learning 

    Brouwers S.P.; Simmler M.; Savary P.; et al. (2023)
    Smart Agricultural Technology
    Free-stall cubicles are designed so that cows do not defecate in the bedding material, while still providing comfortable lying places. However, fixed cubicle elements, such as the partition and neck rail, restrict available movement space and may hinder cows from performing natural lying down and standing up movement patterns. Although there are various types of cubicle partitions that differ in shape, dimensions, or materials, there is ...
    Journal Article
  3. Non-destructive analysis of spent fuel samples using a gamma-blind fast neutron detector 

    Wolfertz A.; Perret G.; Adams R. (2023)
    Annals of Nuclear Energy
    This paper presents the capabilities of a measurement setup built to measure the axial distribution of neutron emitters in spent fuel pins from nuclear power plants. The measurement system uses a custom gamma-blind detector based on a novel combination of silver-activated zinc sulfide scintillators and wavelength-shifting fibers for direct fast neutron detection while having a low sensitivity for gamma rays even in the strong gamma fields ...
    Journal Article
  4. Efficient deterministic MapReduce algorithms for parallelizable problems 

    Frei F.; Wada K. (2023)
    Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing
    The MapReduce framework has firmly established itself as one of the most widely used parallel computing platforms for processing big data on tera- and peta-byte scale. Approaching it from a theoretical standpoint has proved to be notoriously difficult, however. In continuation of Goodrich et al.'s early efforts, explicitly espousing the goal of putting the MapReduce framework on footing equal to that of long-established models such as the ...
    Journal Article
  5. A cybergenetic framework for engineering intein-mediated integral feedback control systems 

    Anastassov S.; Filo M.; Chang C.H.; et al. (2023)
    Nature Communications
    The ability of biological systems to tightly regulate targeted variables, despite external and internal disturbances, is known as Robust Perfect Adaptation (RPA). Achieved frequently through biomolecular integral feedback controllers at the cellular level, RPA has important implications for biotechnology and its various applications. In this study, we identify inteins as a versatile class of genetic components suitable for implementing ...
    Journal Article

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