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About: Ton Duc Thang University is a education organization based out in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Nanofluid & Heat transfer. The organization has 1806 authors who have published 9268 publications receiving 137880 citations.
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University of Manchester1, KEK2, CERN3, Complutense University of Madrid4, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory5, Toyama College6, Lebedev Physical Institute7, Fermilab8, University of Paris-Sud9, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory10, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI11, Queen's University Belfast12, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information13, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare14, Northeastern University15, University of Seville16, National University of Cordoba17, Saint Joseph University18, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research19, Illawarra Health & Medical Research Institute20, University of Wollongong21, Hampton University22, TRIUMF23, ETH Zurich24, Centre national de la recherche scientifique25, University of Bordeaux26, University of Helsinki27, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine28, National Technical University of Athens29, University of Notre Dame30, Ashikaga Institute of Technology31, Kobe University32, Intelligence and National Security Alliance33, University of Trieste34, University of Warwick35, University of Belgrade36, Instituto Superior Técnico37, European Space Agency38, Varian Medical Systems39, George Washington University40, Ritsumeikan University41, Ton Duc Thang University42, Université Paris-Saclay43, Idaho State University44, Naruto University of Education45
01 Nov 2016-Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment
TL;DR: Geant4 as discussed by the authors is a software toolkit for the simulation of the passage of particles through matter, which is used by a large number of experiments and projects in a variety of application domains, including high energy physics, astrophysics and space science, medical physics and radiation protection.
Abstract: Geant4 is a software toolkit for the simulation of the passage of particles through matter. It is used by a large number of experiments and projects in a variety of application domains, including high energy physics, astrophysics and space science, medical physics and radiation protection. Over the past several years, major changes have been made to the toolkit in order to accommodate the needs of these user communities, and to efficiently exploit the growth of computing power made available by advances in technology. The adaptation of Geant4 to multithreading, advances in physics, detector modeling and visualization, extensions to the toolkit, including biasing and reverse Monte Carlo, and tools for physics and release validation are discussed here.
31 Jul 2019
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors highlight the interlinkage in between population and economic growth and water demand, resources and pollution, that ultimately drive water scarcity, and the relevance of these aspects in local, rather than global, perspective, with a view to stimulating debate.
Abstract: The 2018 edition of the United Nations World Water Development Report stated that nearly 6 billion peoples will suffer from clean water scarcity by 2050. This is the result of increasing demand for water, reduction of water resources, and increasing pollution of water, driven by dramatic population and economic growth. It is suggested that this number may be an underestimation, and scarcity of clean water by 2050 may be worse as the effects of the three drivers of water scarcity, as well as of unequal growth, accessibility and needs, are underrated. While the report promotes the spontaneous adoption of nature-based-solutions within an unconstrained population and economic expansion, there is an urgent need to regulate demography and economy, while enforcing clear rules to limit pollution, preserve aquifers and save water, equally applying everywhere. The aim of this paper is to highlight the inter-linkage in between population and economic growth and water demand, resources and pollution, that ultimately drive water scarcity, and the relevance of these aspects in local, rather than global, perspective, with a view to stimulating debate.
TL;DR: This contribution focuses in mechanical problems and analyze the energetic format of the PDE, where the energy of a mechanical system seems to be the natural loss function for a machine learning method to approach a mechanical problem.
TL;DR: Ionic liquids have emerged as an environmentally friendly alternative to the volatile organic solvents and have been used in many applications in various fields like catalysis, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, and material science as discussed by the authors.
TL;DR: An overview on the diversity of biomass, technological approaches and microbial contribution to the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass (LCB) into ethanol can be found in this paper.
Abstract: Bioethanol is one of the most promising and eco-friendly alternatives to fossil fuels, which is produced from renewable sources. Although almost all the current fuel ethanol is generated from edible sources (sugars and starch), lignocellulosic biomass (LCB) has drawn much attention in recent times. However, the conversion efficiency as well as ethanol yield of the biomass differs greatly with respect to the source and nature of LCB, primarily due to the variation in lignocellulosic content. Two major polysaccharides in LCB, namely, cellulose and hemicellulose firmly link to lignin and form a complex lignocellulosic network, which is highly robust and recalcitrant to depolymerization. For this reason, generation of ethanol from LCB requires a complicated conversion process that has made it commercially non-competitive. As attempts to exploit LCBs into commercial ethanol production, recent research efforts have been devoted to the techno-economic improvements of the overall conversion process, in addition to screen out promising feedstocks. This review paper presents an overview on the diversity of biomass, technological approaches and microbial contribution to the conversion of LCB into ethanol.
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|Tuan V. Nguyen
|Kwok Wing Chau
|Huu Hao Ngo
|Dieu Tien Bui
|Lam-Son Phan Tran
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