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    • Human-Robot Plan Communication 

      Rahil, Rajaa A. (2019-12)
      Although the technical development of robots has made them more autonomous, they still benefit from some human skills and advice. Therefore, the robot needs to interact with a human and ask him for help to get out of ...
    • Humanitarian Outreach B 

      Gabriel, Karl; Bayasgalan, Amar; Betharte, Owen; Bridenbaugh, Garrett; Rodriguez, Carlos
      The issue of people without footwear in developing countries is a significant issue in today’s society, and it affects over 300 million people. One in seven people suffer from soil transmitted parasites. This system will ...
    • HUMANS, VEGETATION, AND DROUGHT IN LATE HOLOCENE AMAZONIA 

      Akesson, Christine Michelle (2019-05)
      The resilience and adaptation of past societies to climate change remain unclear, especially in the tropical cloud-forests of the Andes and the aseasonal forests of lowland western Amazonia. Long thought to have been too ...
    • Hybrid evolutionary computing model for mobile agents of wireless internet multimedia 

      Hortos, William S. (2001-03-21)
      The ecosystem is used as an evolutionary paradigm of natural laws for the distributed information retrieval via mobile agents to allow the computational load to be added to server nodes of wireless networks, while reducing ...
    • Hybrid Force-Feedback Control for Virtual Environments 

      Chesney, Carol (1998)
      The scope of this project is the design and implementation of a force-feedback device that utilizes brakes as well as motors for hybrid force control.. The device is a pen-sized device for planar point force-feedback. ...
    • Hybrid long-range mid-infrared hyperbolic phonon polariton waveguide using hexagonal boron nitride 

      Xiong, Di (2019-05)
      For any photonic-on-chip applications long propagation waveguides are critical. The use of plasmon polaritons for near-infrared and optical networks has been extensively studied for the purpose of achieving long propagation ...
    • Hybrid Organic/Quantum Dot Photovoltaics 

      Osedach, Timothy Paul (2012)
      The aim of the work conducted during this tenure as a Link Foundation Energy Fellow was to investigate the fundamental excitonic and charge transport process that are relevant in nanostructured photovoltaics structures, ...
    • HYBRID PHONON POLARITONS MIMIC TE SURFACE WAVE ENHANCED SUPERCOUPLING 

      Rebello, Delroy Dominic (2017-05)
      The study and excitation of surface plasmon polaritons SPhPs modes in polar dielectrics have attracted the interest of a wide range of research in various fields such as biology, physics and engineering. The excitation ...
    • A hybrid phononic waveguide using multilayer structure at mid-infrared 

      Al-Amri, Asma; Finch, Michael F.; Barreto Saunders Filho, Claudio Augusto; Lail, Brian A. (2017)
      Surface phonon polaritons, SPhPs, result from the coupling or interaction of light with a phonon resonance. There has been extensive research into utilizing surface plasmon polaritons, SPPs, for subwavelength confinement ...
    • HYDRA (HYpersonic Dynamics Rocket Assembly) 

      Disher, Kathryn; Germann, Nicholas; Kennedy, Christopher; Gavagn, Rhonwen; Oguche, Theophilus; Gotsch, Christian; Rohde, Michael; Attzs, Monty; Perrelli, Frank
      HYDRA is a proof-of-concept vehicle designed to demonstrate the capabilities of a hypersonics testbed. The goal of HYDRA is to validate and verify the use of dynamic pressure analysis as a viable method of cost efficient ...
    • Hydrazine/nitrogen dioxide fiber optic sensor 

      Andrawis, Alfred S.; Santiago, Josephine B.; Young, Rebecca; Baum, Clayton J. (2004-06-09)
      This paper outlines the development of a dual hydrazine/nitrogen dioxide (HZ/NO2) prototype fiber optic sensor utilizing an acid-base indicator that undergoes color changes depending on which gas is present. Bromothymol ...
    • Hydrazinecarbothioamide group in the synthesis of heterocycles 

      Aly, Ashraf A.; Brown, Alan B.; El-Emary, Talaat Ibrahim; Mohamed, Ashraf M.; Mekheimer, Ramadan Ahmed H. (2009-06-14)
      The review summarizes recent literatures dealing with hydrazinecarbothioamide group in thiocarbohydrazides and other derivatives including their physical and chemical properties along with their applications in the synthesis ...
    • Hydrodynamic Ram Analysis of Bonded Composite Fuel Tanks 

      Sedalor, Teddy (2019-12)
      Military aircraft are tested against a variety of ballistics threats as part of their design to assess their vulnerability. One aspect of this approach/requirement is Hydrodynamic Ram testing which accounts for projectile ...
    • Hydrodynamic Resistance of a Surfboard: An Analytical, Empirical, and Statistical Analysis 

      Kledzik, Andrew L. (2017-02)
      The objective of the present study defines a drag coefficient for a 9’0” surfboard. The hydrodynamic drag of a surfboard is derived from theory outlining the mathematical foundation used. Analytical solutions provide values ...
    • Hydrogen sensor using optical reflectance from porous silicon with a palladium thin film 

      Lowrie, Christopher G.; Earles, S. K.; Pozo de Fernandez, Maria E. (2008-02-13)
      Results of a hydrogen sensor based on light scattering from a porous silicon surface coated with a thin palladium film are discussed. Reflected light scattered from the rough surface of porous silicon surface with a thin ...
    • Hydrogen/Diesel Co-Combustion in Compression Ignition Engines Through Hydrogen Ingestion and Direct Hydrogen Injection 

      von Helldorff-Garn, Helge Henning (2021-05)
      This dissertation develops, implements, and validates the computational tools necessary for the computational simulation of hydrogen-enhanced Diesel combustion for premixed hydrogen charges ingested into the intake air and ...
    • Hydrogenation of magnesium nanoblades: The effect of concentration dependent hydrogen diffusion 

      Yang, Bo; He, Yuping; Zhao, Yiping (2011-02-22)
      By assuming the H diffusion coefficient and H adsorption rate to be exponentially and linearly dependent on concentration, a physical model is developed to predict the hydrogenation process of Mg nanoblades. The predicted ...
    • HYDROGRAPHIC FEATURES OF FORT PIERCE INLET, FLORIDA 

      von Zweck, O.H.; Richardson, D.B. (1980)
      Circulation of the Fort Pierce Inlet and adjacent portions of the Indian River on Florida's Central East Coast was investigated during a 2 yr period. The currents were predominantly tidally driven, with wind effects becoming ...
    • Hydrospace Technical Institute Brochure 

      Hydrospace Technical Institute
    • Hydrospace Technical Institute Catalog, 1970-1971 

      Hydrospace Technical Institute