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445,000 + peer-reviewed articles
Free Access Articles Collection
Free access for these journal articles only available via this page until 30 June 2023. Drop down on the journal name to access.
Naohiko Otuka & Osamu Iwamoto
Development of a neutron beam monitor with a thin plastic scintillator for nuclear data measurement using spallation neutron source
Hideto Nakano, Tatsuya Katabuchi, Gerard Rovira, Yu Kodama, Kazushi Terada, Atsushi Kimura, Shoji Nakamura & Shunshuke Endo
Establishing an evaluation method for the aging phenomenon by physical force in fuel debris
Seiya Suzuki, Yoichi Arai, Nobuo Okamura & Masayuki Watanabe
Hiroki Ago, Susumu Okada, Yasumitsu Miyata, Kazunari Matsuda, Mikito Koshino, Kosei Ueno & Kosuke Nagashio
Nanomaterials and their composite scaffolds for photothermal therapy and tissue engineering applications
Rui Sun, Huajian Chen, Linawati Sutrisno, Naoki Kawazoe & Guoping Chen
Advanced materials and technologies for oral diseases
Hao Cui, Yan You, Guo-Wang Cheng, Zhou Lan, Ke-Long Zou, Qiu-Ying Mai, Yan-Hua Han, Hao Chen, Yu-Yue Zhao & Guang-Tao Yu
Tarojiro Matsumura, Naoka Nagamura, Shotaro Akaho, Kenji Nagata & Yasunobu Ando
Adaptive sampling methods via machine learning for materials screening
Akira Takahashi, Yu Kumagai, Hirotaka Aoki, Ryo Tamura & Fumiyasu Oba
Prediction of the coefficient of linear thermal expansion for the amorphous homopolymers based on chemical structure using machine learning
Akihiro Endo, Kota Sawada, Kenji Nagata, Hideki Yoshikawa & Hayaru Shouno
Hideyuki Nagai & Setsuya Kurahashi
Network weight and time-varying potential function for obstacle avoidance of swarm robots in column formation
Shotaro Shibahara, Takuma Wakasa & Kenji Sawada
A machine sound monitoring for predictive maintenance focusing on very low frequency band
Kazuki Tsuji, Shota Imai, Ryota Takao, Tomonori Kimura, Hitoshi Kondo & Yukihiro Kamiya
Chenchen Liu & Li Ke
A comprehensive survey on security issues in vehicle-to-grid networks
Arun Sekar Rajasekaran, Maria Azees & Fadi Al-Turjman
Deep-fake video detection approaches using convolutional – recurrent neural networks
Shraddha Suratkar, Sayali Bhiungade, Jui Pitale, Komal Soni, Tushar Badgujar & Faruk Kazi
Chan-mo Kang & Hyunkoo Lee
Improvement of the low gray-level expression using hybrid pulse width modulation and pulse amplitude modulation driving method for a micro light-emitting diode pixel circuit
Yong-Hoo Hong, Eun Kyo Jung, Hwarim Im & Yong-Sang Kim
Stretchable hybrid electronics: combining rigid electronic devices with stretchable interconnects into high-performance on-skin electronics
Byeongmoon Lee, Hyeon Cho, Sujin Jeong, Jaeyoung Yoon, Dongju Jang, Dong Keon Lee, Dahyun Kim, Seungjun Chung & Yongtaek Hong
Michael C Clarke
Digital project twin for quantitative cost, risk and schedule assessment of capital projects
Philip Sander, Markus Spiegl, Taylor Burns & John Reilly
Effectively communicating developmental system reliability growth plans and risk
Paul Nation, Martin Wayne & Mohammad Modarres
Taher A. Tawfik, Doha M. AlSaffar, Bassam A. Tayeh, Khaled Ali Metwally & Ibrahim M. ElKattan
Potential hydrometallurgical processes to recycle metals from discarded personal computer
Om Shankar Dinkar, Rukshana Parween, Rekha Panda, Pankaj Kumar Choubey, Balram Ambade & Manis Kumar Jha
The key challenges towards the effective implementation of digital transformation in the mining industry
Wael R. Abdellah, Jong-Gwan Kim, Mohamed M.A. Hassan & Mahrous A. M. Ali
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Awareness Day: World Engineering Day
To commemorate World Engineering Day, Taylor & Francis has curated a collection of journal articles on related topics.
The World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development was proclaimed by UNESCO at its 40th General Conference in 2019. It is celebrated worldwide on 4th March of each year since 2020 as a UNESCO international day of celebration of engineers and engineering.
The day offers an opportunity to highlight engineers and engineering’s achievements in our modern world and improve public understanding of how engineering and technology are central to modern life and for sustainable development.
Every year, Taylor and Francis joins in the celebration by recognizing and sharing the works from our journals. Discover more of our curated resources below.
From now till end June ’23, browse these free to access journal articles.
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Anna-Maria Sourelli, Ruth Welsh & Pete Thomas
Special issue on methodological advancements in understanding and managing urban traffic congestion
Renxin Zhong, Zhengbing He, Andy H. F. Chow & Victor Knoop
Assessing changes in job accessibility and commuting time under bike-sharing scenarios
Jianying Wang, Mei-Po Kwan, Wenpu Cao, Yongxi Gong, Liang Guo & Yu Liu
Chunyan Zhu, Xu Guo & Shaohui Zou
Positive impacts of lean manufacturing tools on sustainability aspects: a systematic review
Ali Jaber Naeemah & Kuan Yew Wong
Data-driven on sustainable food supply chain: a comparison on Halal and non-Halal food system
Ming-Lang Tseng, Hien Minh Ha, Thi Phuong Thuy Tran, Tat-Dat Bui, Ming K. Lim, Chun-Wei Lin & Mohd Helmi Ali
Tomoki Shirai, Yota Enomoto, Masashi Watanabe & Taro Arikawa
Validation of tsunami numerical simulation models for an idealized coastal industrial site
Masashi Watanabe, Taro Arikawa, Naoto Kihara, Chiaki Tsurudome, Koichi Hosaka, Tatsuto Kimura, Takayuki Hashimoto, Fumitaka Ishihara, Takemi Shikata, Daniel Shigueo Morikawa, Taiga Makino, Mitsuteru Asai, Yu Chida, Yoichi Ohnishi, Simone Marras, Abhishek Mukherjee, Juan Carlos Cajas, Guillaume Houzeaux, B D Paolo, Javier L. Lara, Gabriel Barajas, Íñigo J. Losada, Masanobu Hasebe, Yoshinori Shigihara, Tatsuya Asai, Tsuyoshi Ikeya, Shusaku Inoue, Hideo Matsutomi, Yoshiaki Nakano, Yasuo Okuda, Shunya Okuno, Takayuki Ooie, Gaku Shoji & Tomokazu Tateno
A new dual earthquake and submarine landslide source model for the 28 September 2018 Palu (Sulawesi), Indonesia tsunami
Mohammad Heidarzadeh & Iyan E. Mulia
LockHei Ngu, Charlie ChinVoon Sia, MingHa Lee, Rajeswari Lakshmanan, JiaChi Lai & TingSoon Ling
Developing an Interactive Digital Reality Module for Simulating Physical Laboratories in Fluid Mechanics
Fatemeh Salehi, Javad Mohammadpour, Rouzbeh Abbassi, Shaokoon Cheng, Sammy Diasinos & Ray Eaton
In memorium for Emeritus Professor Robin King HonFIEAust CPEng(Ret) FRSN FTSE
Yuan Wei, Xuhe Ran, Tao Sun, Shulin Liu, Hongli Zhang & Dongfang Zhao
Motion modeling of cable-driven continuum robots using vector form intrinsic finite element method
Mien-Li Wang, I-Hsuan Kuo & Jyh-Jone Lee
Event-triggered formation-containment control for multiple Euler-Lagrange systems with input saturation
Jiajun Zhao, Yifan Wang & Qiangde Wang
Open Access Physical Science & Engineering Books
Expand the boundaries of you research without our Open Access books on Physical Science and Engineering. Browse our list below.
Investigating Human Interaction through Mathematical Analysis
The Queue Transform
By Kurt T. Brintzenhofe
1st Edition | 16 January 2022 | Routledge | 216 pages
It draws on the work of Dr. Stanley Milgram, Dr. Bibb Latane, and Dr. Bernd Schmitt to develop an algebraic expression and applies it to quantitatively model and explain various independent social psychology experiments taken from refereed journals involving basic social systems with underlying queue-like structures. It is then argued that the social queue as a resource system, containing common-pool resources, meets the eight design principles necessary to support stability within the queue. Making this link provides a means to advance to more complex social systems. It is envisioned that if basic social systems as presented can be modeled, then, with further development, more complex social systems may eventually be modeled for the purpose of identifying and validating social structures that might eventually support stable governments in our common environment called Earth.
This is a fascinating reading for academics and advanced students interested in political theory, detection theory, social psychology, organizational behavior, psychophysics, and applied mathematics in the social and information sciences.
The Open Access version of this book, available at www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license.
Gauge Theories in Particle Physics: A Practical Introduction, Fourth Edition – 2 Volume set
By Ian J.R. Aitchison, Anthony J.G. Hey
4th Edition | 5 January 2021 | CRC Press | 960 pages
In the first volume, a new chapter on Lorentz transformations and discrete symmetries presents a simple treatment of Lorentz transformations of Dirac spinors. Along with updating experimental results, this edition also introduces Majorana fermions at an early stage, making the material suitable for a first course in relativistic quantum mechanics.
Covering much of the experimental progress made in the last ten years, the second volume remains focused on the two non-Abelian quantum gauge field theories of the Standard Model: QCD and the GSW electroweak theory. A new chapter on CP violation and oscillation phenomena describes CP violation in B-meson decays as well as the main experiments that have led to our current knowledge of mass-squared differences and mixing angles for neutrinos. Exploring a new era in particle physics, this edition discusses the exciting discovery of a boson with properties consistent with those of the Standard Model Higgs boson. It also updates many other topics, including jet algorithms, lattice QCD, effective Lagrangians, and three-generation quark mixing and the CKM matrix.
This revised and updated edition provides a self-contained pedagogical treatment of the subject, from relativistic quantum mechanics to the frontiers of the Standard Model. For each theory, the authors discuss the main conceptual points, detail many practical calculations of physical quantities from first principles, and compare these quantitative predictions with experimental results, helping readers improve both their calculation skills and physical insight.
The Science and Technology of Particle Accelerators
By Rob Appleby, Graeme Burt, James Clarke, Hywel Owen
1st Edition | 28 December 2020 | CRC Press | 322 pages
Providing integrated coverage of accelerator science and technology, this book presents the fundamental concepts alongside detailed engineering discussions and extensive practical guidance, including many numerical examples.
For each topic, the authors provide a description of the physical principles, a guide to the practical application of those principles, and a discussion of how to design the components that allow the application to be realised.
Written by an interdisciplinary and highly respected team of physicists and engineers from the Cockcroft Institute of Accelerator Science and Technology in the UK
Accessible style, with many numerical examples
Contains an extensive set of problems, with fully worked solutions available
Rob Appleby is an academic member of staff at the University of Manchester, and Chief Examiner in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Graeme Burt is an academic member of staff at the University of Lancaster, and previous Director of Education at the Cockcroft Institute.
James Clarke is head of Science Division in the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre at STFC Daresbury Laboratory.
Hywel Owen is an academic member of staff at the University of Manchester, and Director of Education at the Cockcroft Institute.
All authors are researchers within the Cockcroft Institute of Accelerator Science and Technology and have extensive experience in the design and construction of particle accelerators, including particle colliders, synchrotron radiation sources, free electron lasers, and medical and industrial accelerator systems.
Industry 4.0 – Curated
This e-book collection provides a sampling of CRC Press/Taylor and Francis’ selection of key titles covering the many topics within Industry 4.0. It provides manufacturers a source of information that puts traditional manufacturing and engineering practices together with current technological advancements.
Data Science – Curated
Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, this ebook collection brings together titles from statistics, computer science, IT, and business. The books in this collection present research and applications in the field, including new statistical and computational techniques.
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Blog: Famous Women in STEM
Here we highlight some of the powerful female role models in STEM to inspire! They include:
Bessie Blount Griffin (1914-2009)
Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)
Florence Seibert (1897-1991)
Blog: Women in STEM Author Interview: Rubia Hassan
“Every field, every pathway requires passion. Without passion one can enter any field but cannot keep going long, hence you need to be fuelled by passion. Curiosity to learn and critical thinking are a must in research.”