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Saying the unsayable: the online expression of mothers' anger during a pandemic. (2021)
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PEDERSEN, S. and BURNETT, S. [2022]. Saying the unsayable: the online expression of mothers' anger during a pandemic. Feminism and psychology [online], (accepted).

This article investigates key triggers for mothers' anger during the COVID-19 pandemic and some of the positive and negative consequences of its expression online. It uses the UK online parenting forum Mumsnet as a research context and source of data... Read More about Saying the unsayable: the online expression of mothers' anger during a pandemic..

A novel intelligent weight decreasing firefly–particle filtering method for accurate state‐of‐charge estimation of lithium‐ion batteries. (2021)
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QIAO, J., WANG, S., YU, C., YANG, X. and FERNANDEZ, C. [2022]. A novel intelligent weight decreasing firefly-particle filtering method for accurate state-of-charge estimation of lithium-ion batteries. International journal of energy research [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/er.7596

Accurate state-of-charge estimation plays an extremely crucial role in battery management systems. To realize the real-time and precise state-of-charge estimation, an intelligent weight decreasing firefly–particle filtering algorithm is proposed. In... Read More about A novel intelligent weight decreasing firefly–particle filtering method for accurate state‐of‐charge estimation of lithium‐ion batteries..

Practices, preferences, and understandings of rewarding to improve safety in high-risk industries. (2021)
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HOUETTE, B. and MUELLER-HIRTH, N. [2021]. Practices, preferences, and understandings of rewarding to improve safety in high-risk industries. Journal of safety research [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsr.2021.12.013

This study contributes to the scholarship on safety incentivisation in high-risk industries. Through semi-structured interviews with a wide range of employees and observation research on a companies’ various sites across three countries, the authors... Read More about Practices, preferences, and understandings of rewarding to improve safety in high-risk industries..

The incidence and determinants of metabolic syndrome amongst a group of migrants to Qatar: a prospective longitudinal observational cohort study 24-months post-migration. (2021)
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AL-ADAWI, R.M., PRABHU, K.S., STEWART, D., RYAN, C., ABDELAZIZ, H., ELEDRISI, M., IBRAHIM, M.I.M., UDDIN, S. and TONNA, A.P. 2022. The incidence and determinants of metabolic syndrome amongst a group of migrants to Qatar: a prospective longitudinal observational cohort study 24-months post-migration. Journal of clinical medicine [online], 11(1), article 34. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11010034

While there is some evidence that migration to Western countries increases metabolic syndrome (MetS) risk, there is a lack of data pertaining to migration to the Middle East. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between migration and MetS... Read More about The incidence and determinants of metabolic syndrome amongst a group of migrants to Qatar: a prospective longitudinal observational cohort study 24-months post-migration..

Promoting the solar industry in Ghana through effective Public-Private Partnership (PPP): some lessons from South Africa and Morocco. (2021)
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AWUKU, S.A., BENNADJI, A., MUHAMMAD-SUKKI, F. and SELLAMI, N. 2022. Promoting the solar industry in Ghana through effective Public-Private Partnership (PPP): some lessons from South Africa and Morocco. Energies [online], 15(1), article 17. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15010017

Over the past decades, solar energy has gained much attention in Ghana, especially after the 2012–2016 power crisis. The government through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) has attempted to increase the shares of solar generation to augment its eff... Read More about Promoting the solar industry in Ghana through effective Public-Private Partnership (PPP): some lessons from South Africa and Morocco..

Experimental testing on the influence of shaft rotary lip seal misalignment for a marine hydro-kinetic turbine. (2021)
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HAND, B.P., ERDOGAN, N., MURRAY, D., CRONIN, P., DORAN, J. and MURPHY, J. 2022. Experimental testing on the influence of shaft rotary lip seal misalignment for a marine hydro-kinetic turbine. Sustainable energy technologies and assessments [online], 50, article 101874. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seta.2021.101874

Tidal energy has received considerable attention over the past decade due to its predictability and high power density. The research in the tidal turbine area has concentrated primarily on the improvement of the energy conversion efficiency. In contr... Read More about Experimental testing on the influence of shaft rotary lip seal misalignment for a marine hydro-kinetic turbine..

Recoverable resources from pot ale and spent wash from Scotch whisky production. (2021)
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EDWARDS, C., MCNERNEY, C.C., LAWTON, L.A., PALMER, J., MACGREGOR, K., JACK, F., COCKBURN, P., PLUMMER, A., LOVEGROVE, A. and WOOD, A. 2022. Recoverable resources from pot ale and spent wash from Scotch whisky production. Resources, conservation and recycling [online], 179, article number 106114. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.106114

Scotch Whisky is an important global commodity which generates extensive co-product known as pot ale or spent wash (> 10 L co-product per L whisky). Whilst this is often used as fertiliser or animal feed, a proportion requires disposal resulting in c... Read More about Recoverable resources from pot ale and spent wash from Scotch whisky production..

Sustainability rating system for highway design: a key focus for developing sustainable cities and societies in Nigeria. (2021)
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UCHEHARA, I., MOORE, D., JAFARIFAR, N. and OMOTAYO, T. 2022. Sustainability rating system for highway design: a key focus for developing sustainable cities and societies in Nigeria. Sustainable cities and society [online], 78, article number 103620. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2021.103620

A growing body of evidence suggests that continuous increases in global population and urbanisation wield pressure across biodiversity. Nigeria and a few other Asian nations will account for 35% of the urban increase in the future, and there is a sci... Read More about Sustainability rating system for highway design: a key focus for developing sustainable cities and societies in Nigeria..

Determination of cure mechanism inside die for a part manufacturing during large-scale pultrusion. (2021)
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MUKHERJI, A., TARAPORE, N. and NJUGUNA, J. 2021. Determination of cure mechanism inside die for a part manufacturing during large-scale pultrusion. Journal of applied polymer science [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/app.52035

The cure kinetics of resin, heat capacity and thermal conductivity of reinforcing materials of uncured mass dictates the ultimate curing of reinforced thermosets manufactured component. In this study, degree of conversion from heat capacity by ‘Lumry... Read More about Determination of cure mechanism inside die for a part manufacturing during large-scale pultrusion..

Consumption of a recommended serving of wheat bran cereals significantly increases human faecal butyrate levels in healthy volunteers and reduces markers of inflammation ex vivo. (2021)
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NEACSU, M., ANDERSON, S.E., VERSCHOOR, P., VAUGHAN, N.J., HORGAN, G.W., HULSHOF, T., DUNCAN, S.H., DUTHIE, S. and RUSSELL, W.R. 2021. Consumption of a recommended serving of wheat bran cereals significantly increases human faecal butyrate levels in healthy volunteers and reduces markers of inflammation ex vivo. Recent progress in nutrition [online], 1(4), article number 2104002. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21926/rpn.2104002

Wheat bran cereals are an important source of dietary fibre. The aim of the study was to investigate if a high intake (120 g) of fibre rich breakfast cereal (which delivers the UK Government guidelines for fibre intake in one serving but is three-fol... Read More about Consumption of a recommended serving of wheat bran cereals significantly increases human faecal butyrate levels in healthy volunteers and reduces markers of inflammation ex vivo..

The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size. (2021)
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TOWLSON, C., ABT, G., BARRETT, S., CUMMING, S., HUNTER, F., HAMILTON, A., LOWTHORPE, A., GONCALVES, B., CORSIE, M. and SWINTON, P. 2021. The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size. Plos one [online], 16(12), article e0260867. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260867

The primary aims of this study were to examine the effects of bio-banding players on passing networks created during 4v4 small-sided games (SSGs), while also examining the interaction of pitch size using passing network analysis compared to a coach-b... Read More about The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size..

Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation. (2021)
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OKE, A., MCDONALD, S., KOROBILIS-MAGAS, E., OSOBAJO, O.A. and AWUZIE, B.O. 2021. Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation. Sustainability [online], 13(24), article number 13849. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su132413849

Despite the increasing awareness of the consequences of waste, there is no consensus on how and why consumers engage in recycling, making it challenging to design behavioural interventions that might promote recycling, especially in organisational se... Read More about Reframing recycling behaviour through consumers' perceptions: an exploratory investigation..

How do sociodemographic characteristics influence UK civilian opinions of UK armed forces Iraq and Afghanistan veterans? A mixed-method approach. (2021)
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PHILLIPS, R. [2022]. How do sociodemographic characteristics influence UK civilian opinions of UK armed forces Iraq and Afghanistan veterans? A mixed-method approach. Armed forces and society [online], (accepted).

Evidence suggests that UK veterans are seen as victims with a consequent elevation of concern for their perceived mental health needs. The present study examined sociodemographic factors that contribute to victimising conceptualisations of British Ar... Read More about How do sociodemographic characteristics influence UK civilian opinions of UK armed forces Iraq and Afghanistan veterans? A mixed-method approach..

Resilience in a Kenyan informal settlement during the COVID-19 pandemic. (2021)
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VERTIGANS, S., MUELLER-HIRTH, N. and OKINDA, F. 2021. Resilience in a Kenyan informal settlement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Acta academica [online], 53(2): pandemic politics, pages 122-142. Available from: https://doi.org/10.18820/24150479/aa53i2/7

Informal settlements have been identified as locations both where the spread of COVID-19 has generally been slower than within the Global North and measures to restrain the pandemic have further intensified local peoples’ marginality as income decrea... Read More about Resilience in a Kenyan informal settlement during the COVID-19 pandemic..

Exploring the relationship between oil and gas organizational culture and the management of tacit knowledge. (2021)
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KENNEDY, J.R. and DAVIES, R.J. 2021. Exploring the relationship between oil and gas organizational culture and the management of tacit knowledge. International journal of development and sustainability [online], 10(5), pages 216-227. Available from: https://isdsnet.com/ijds-v10n5-03.pdf

Ten years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster, knowledge management practices directed toward utilizing employee tacit knowledge remain underdeveloped within oil and gas operations. This is despite the management of tacit knowledge being an environm... Read More about Exploring the relationship between oil and gas organizational culture and the management of tacit knowledge..

A novel state of charge estimation method of lithium‐ion batteries based on the IWOA‐AdaBoost‐Elman algorithm. (2021)
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LI, H., WANG, S, ISLAM, M., BOBOBEE, E.D., ZOU, C. and FERNANDEZ, C. [2021]. A novel state of charge estimation method of lithium-ion batteries based on the IWOA-AdaBoost-Elman algorithm. International journal of energy research [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/er.7505

Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery is a very complex nonlinear system. The data-driven state of charge (SOC) estimation method of Li-ion battery avoids complex equivalent circuit modeling and parameter identification, which can describe the nonlinearity of... Read More about A novel state of charge estimation method of lithium‐ion batteries based on the IWOA‐AdaBoost‐Elman algorithm..

An assessment of renewable energy development in energy mix for Togo. (2021)
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KANSONGUE, N., NJUGUNA, J. and VERTIGANS, S. 2022. An assessment of renewable energy development in energy mix for Togo. International journal of sustainable energy [online], (accepted). To be made available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/14786451.2021.2023150

The Togolese government has outlined a renewable energy technologies target of achieving 100% electrification to all by 2030, to meet the government's Millennium goals. This paper presents the viewpoints of key stakeholders in relation to the current... Read More about An assessment of renewable energy development in energy mix for Togo..

The combined effect of fluid rheology, inner pipe rotation and eccentricity on the flow of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid through the annuli. (2021)
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SALUBI, V., MAHON, R. and OLUYEMI, G. 2021. The combined effect of fluid rheology, inner pipe rotation and eccentricity on the flow of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid through the annuli. Journal of petroleum science and engineering [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.petrol.2021.110018

The accurate prediction of the fluid dynamics and hydraulics of the axial or helical flow of non-Newtonian drilling fluids in the annuli is essential for the determination and effective management of wellbore pressure during drilling operations. Prev... Read More about The combined effect of fluid rheology, inner pipe rotation and eccentricity on the flow of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid through the annuli..

A review of sensing technologies for non-destructive evaluation of structural composite materials. (2021)
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GUPTA, R., MITCHELL, D., BLANCHE, J., HARPER, S., TANG, W., PANCHOLI, K., BAINES, L., BUCKNALL, D.G. and FLYNN, D. 2021. A review of sensing technologies for non-destructive evaluation of structural composite materials. Journal of composites science [online], 5(12), article 319. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcs5120319

The growing demand and diversity in the application of industrial composites and the current inability of present non-destructive evaluation (NDE) methods to perform detailed inspection of these composites has motivated this comprehensive review of s... Read More about A review of sensing technologies for non-destructive evaluation of structural composite materials..

Mental health nursing and the theory‐practice gap: civil war and intellectual self‐injury. (2021)
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WARRENDER, D. [2022]. Mental health nursing and the theory-practice gap: civil war and intellectual self-injury. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12808

Mental health nursing students experience education from both academic institutions and on clinical placements, yet there often remains a divide in understandings and attitudes between the two. This editorial provides personal and professional comme... Read More about Mental health nursing and the theory‐practice gap: civil war and intellectual self‐injury..