Civil and Environmental Engineering - Doctoral Theses

Civil and Environmental Engineering - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Nizami, Abdul-Sattar (University College Cork, 2011)
    Grass is ubiquitous in Ireland and temperate northern Europe. It is a low input perennial crop; farmers are well versed in its production and storage (ensiling). Anaerobic digestion is a well understood technology. Grass ...
  • Leahy, Kevin (University College Cork, 2018)
    As feed-in tariffs for wind energy are gradually being replaced by market driven auction-based systems, the need for cost savings at every stage of a wind energy project is more apparent than ever. A proven and effective ...
  • Clancy, John Matthew (University College Cork, 2018)
    The Paris Agreement sets out the collective ambition of the world’s nations to prevent dangerous climate change. However, at national level across the world, there is a gap between action and the required rate of effort. ...
  • Chan Gutierrez, Enrique Abraham (University College Cork, 2018)
    AD plants for the production of biogas have grown steadily in recent years. Animal slurry and sewage sludge have been traditionally used as feedstock for AD, however, substrates such as the organic fraction of municipal ...
  • Vo, Truc T. Q. (University College Cork, 2018)
    Storing surplus or curtailed renewable electricity as a gaseous transport fuel is a suggested method of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing the supply of indigenous energy, providing long-term energy storage, ...

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