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OpenAIR@RGU is the open access institutional repository of Robert Gordon University. It contains examples of research outputs produced by staff and research students, as well as related information about the university's funded projects and staff research interests. Further information is available in the repository policy. Any questions about submissions to the repository or problems with access to any of its content should be sent to the Publications Team at publications@rgu.ac.uk



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Tuneable magnetic nanocomposites for remote self-healing? [Dataset] (2022)
Dataset
GUPTA, R., FOOTER, C., STENNING, G., DARR, J. and PANCHOLI, K. [2022]. Tuneable magnetic nanocomposites for remote self-healing? [Dataset]. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1579700

The aim of this research is to develop a method to prepare a multiferroic-Polyamide 6 (PA6) nanocomposite with tuneable magnetocaloric properties for self-healing structure. It was shown that maintaining the low interaction radius through the dispers... Read More about Tuneable magnetic nanocomposites for remote self-healing? [Dataset].

Techno-economic assessment of energy storage systems for enabling projected increase of renewables onto electrical power grids. (2011)
Conference Proceeding
GAZEY, R., ALI, D. and AKLIL, D. 2011. Techno-economic assessment of energy storage systems for enabling projected increase of renewables onto electrical power grids. In Proceedings of IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) Renewable power generation conference 2011 (RPG 2011), 6-8 September 2011, Glasgow, UK. London: IET [online], session 9, article 9.2. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2011.0135

Hydrogen is seen by many industry leaders as an energy vector that has the potential to provide essential energy stores required to facilitate the wide spread connection of renewable energy inputs. The techno economic assessment of using hydrogen as... Read More about Techno-economic assessment of energy storage systems for enabling projected increase of renewables onto electrical power grids..

Modeling a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell system as a hybrid power supply for standalone applications. (2011)
Conference Proceeding
ALI, D. and AKLIL-D'HALLUIN, D.D. 2011. Modeling a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell system as a hybrid power supply for standalone applications. In Proceedings of 2011 Asia-Pacific power and energy engineering conference (APPEEC 2011), 25-28 March 2011, Wuhan, China. Piscataway: IEEE [online], article 5749114. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1109/APPEEC.2011.5749114

Fuel Cells (FC) can help in contributing to environmental pressures by maximizing the use of renewables in the energy production and using hydrogen produced with no CO 2 emission from Renewable Energy Systems (RES). FCs also contributes to energy sec... Read More about Modeling a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell system as a hybrid power supply for standalone applications..

A simplified dynamic simulation model (prototype) for a stand-alone Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cell stack (2008)
Conference Proceeding
ALI, D.M. 2008. A simplified dynamic simulation model (prototype) for a stand-alone Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cell stack. In Proceedings of 12th international Middle East power system conference 2008 (MEPCON 2008), 12-15 March 2008, Aswan, Egypt. Piscataway: IEEE [online], 480-485. From: https://doi.org/10.1109/MEPCON.2008.4562321

The ever increasing demand for electrical energy and the rise in the electricity prices due to the recent instability of the oil prices in addition to the degrading of the air quality resulting from the emissions of the existing energy conversion dev... Read More about A simplified dynamic simulation model (prototype) for a stand-alone Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cell stack.

Investigation into modelling of a fuel cell stack system. (2006)
Conference Proceeding
ALI, D.M. and SALMAN, S.K. 2006. Investigation into modelling of a fuel cell stack system. In Proceedings of 41st international Universities power engineering conference 2006 (UPEC 2006), 6-8 September 2006, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, vol III. Piscataway: IEEE [online], pages 137-141. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1109/UPEC.2006.367723

Noticing the rise in the electricity prices, worrying about the CO 2 emissions and global warming and not sure about living with nuclear power stations, makes everyone think from where energy will come in the coming years. What is needed is a zero-em... Read More about Investigation into modelling of a fuel cell stack system..