Environmental Research Institute - Journal articles

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Environmental Research Institute - Journal articles

 

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  • Fullam, Donovan P.; Shoji, K.; Venables, Dean S. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-03-02)
    Sensitive absorption techniques using optical cavities (such as CEAS or ICOS) generally need the spectrometer response to be calibrated for quantitative measurements. Most calibrations are based on the instrument response ...
  • Fullam, Donovan P.; Shoji, K.; Venables, Dean S. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-03-02)
    Sensitive absorption techniques using optical cavities (such as CEAS or ICOS) generally need the spectrometer response to be calibrated for quantitative measurements. Most calibrations are based on the instrument response ...
  • Foley, Aoife M.; Leahy, Paul G.; Marvuglia, Antonino; McKeogh, Eamon J. (Elsevier, 2012-01)
    Wind power generation differs from conventional thermal generation due to the stochastic nature of wind. Thus wind power forecasting plays a key role in dealing with the challenges of balancing supply and demand in any ...
  • Hanrahan, Brian Leif; Lightbody, Gordon; Staudt, Lawrence; Leahy, Paul G. (Elsevier, 2014-03)
    The combination of wind generation and combined heat and power (CHP) on an industrial site brings significant design and operational challenges. The stochastic nature of wind power affects the flows of electricity imported ...
  • I. Kourtchev, S. J. Fuller, C. Giorio, R. M. Healy, E. Wilson, I. P. O Connor, J. C. Wenger, M. McLeod, J. Aalto, T. M. Ruuskanen, W. Maenhaut, R. L. Jones, D. S. Venables, J. R. Sodeau, M. Kulmala, and M. Kalberer; Kourtchev, I.; Fuller, S. J.; Giorio, C.; Healy, Robert M.; Wilson, Eoin; O'Connor, Ian P.; Wenger, John C.; McLeod, M.; Aalto, J.; Ruuskanen, T. M.; Maenhaut, W.; Jones, R.; Venables, Dean S.; Sodeau, John R.; Kulmala, M.; Kalberer, M. (Copernicus Publications, 2013-11)
    Numerous laboratory experiments have been performed in an attempt to mimic atmospheric secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation. However, it is still unclear how close the aerosol particles generated in laboratory experiments ...

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