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(University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2018)This is the full-text volume of Perspectives on Social Work, vol. 14 (Winter 2018).
(2016-12-13)We study double diffusion buoyancy-driven exchange flow of two miscible Newtonian fluids in an inclined pipe experimentally. Experiments have been carried in an adiabatic small-aspect-ratio pipe and the fluids involved are ...
(2016-12-13)This thesis studies non-isothermal buoyancy-driven exchange flow of two miscible Newtonian fluids in an inclined pipe experimentally. The cold heavy fluid is released into the hot light one in an adiabatic small-aspect-ratio ...
(2016-12-13)Smoothing is a data-driven technique in statistical modeling. It has many desirable properties, and can be applied to modeling complex data. In this dissertation, a smoothing cohort model is considered as an effective ...
(2016-12-13)2D materials are fascinating for numerous reasons. Their geometrical and mechanical characteristics along with other associated physical properties have opened up fascinating new application avenues ranging from electronics, ...