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  • Robinson, J.S; Tanner, D.A; Truman, C.E; Paradowska, A.M; Wimpory, R.C (Elsevier, 2012)
    The most critical stage in the heat treatment of high strength aluminium alloys is the rapid cooling necessary to form a supersaturated solid solution. A disadvantage of quenching is that the thermal gradients can be ...
  • Robinson, J.S; Tanner, D.A; Van Petegem, S; Evans, A (Maney Publishing, 2012)
    The present investigation aims to quantify the size and distribution of residual stresses remaining in rectilinear aluminium forged alloy blocks after they had been partially and fully heat treated. Various quench conditions ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R. (Routledge, 2008)
    The aim of this study was to determine how shaft length affects golf driving performance. A range of drivers with lengths between 1.168m and 1.270 m, representing lengths close to the 1.219m limit imposed by R&A Rules ...
  • Kuhs, Manuel (University of Limerick, 2015)
    In this thesis the influence of solvents on crystal nucleation is probed to progress understanding of crystal nucleation from solution. Induction times of two solutes in different solvents and at different thermodynamic driving ...
  • Clarke, Paul; O'Connor, Rory V. (Elsevier, 2012)
    In this paper, we present the findings of a study into the relationship between software process improvement (SPI) and business success in software development small- to medium- sized companies (software SMEs). A number ...
  • Doody, Owen; O'Connor, Morgan (Wiley Publishers, 2012)
    Education for people with a disability has changed over the years, moving from a philosophy of integration to inclusion. This philosophy requires a whole school approach spanning issues such as access, opportunities for ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wu, Can; McEvoy, Johnson (ISBS, 2011)
    This research aimed to investigate the effect of ankle taping on dynamic balance performance. Eighteen recreational athletes without any previous ankle sprain history performed six star excursion balance tests on each ...
  • Risquez, Angelica; Rubio, Maria Jose; Rodriquez, Germania (2009)
    The new information and communications technologies (ICTs) have become an indispensable tool for constructing networks and communities of practice, for accessing and managing knowledge, and for disseminating best ...
  • Eriksson, Owen; Agerfalk, Par J. (2004)
    In traditional modelling approaches, such as entity-relationship modelling, the predominant information modelling problem is how to represent external reality in the system in a ‘true’ way. In these approaches semantic ...
  • Kazemi, Ali; Rostampour, Ali; Zamir, Amin; Jamshidi, Pooyan; Haghighi, Hassan; Shams, Fereideon (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    High cohesion as a desirable principle in software design has an incredible impact on software reuse, maintenance and support. In service-oriented architecture (SOA), the focus of services on single business functionality ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian (Informing Science Institute, 2003)
    As an applied discipline, the gap between IS theory and practice is a potentially worrying one. This special series focuses on this gap, and the papers published consider the problems in some detail and how they might ...
  • Meere, Damien (University of Limerick, 2012)
    The main work reported in this thesis is the proposition, design and implementation of a novel InfoStation-based multi-agent system, which facilitates the delivery of contextualised and personalised mobile eLearning ...
  • Noonan, Paul (University of Limerick, 2013)
    An active dialogue between all the members of a university community is a vital part of the education process. A campus wide communications system, which allows lecturers and students to communicate through multiple ...
  • Daly, Georgy (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2015)
    Are we born knowing how to architect? And if so, does this inherent gift or sensibility get lost as we funnel through time? Does is gradually begin to trickle away as soon as we leave the womb? I am interested in the ...
  • McCubbin, Justin (University of Limerick, 2011)
    Inimircigh agus an Ghaeilge: Idé-eolaíocht agus Cleachtas Teanga Lucht Inimirce na Gaeilge in Éirinn Tá ceisteanna teanga, féiniúlachta agus imeasctha faoi chaibidil sa dioscúrsa náisiúnta ó tháinig borradh faoin inimirce ...
  • Furlong, Laura-Anne M; Rundle, Shane; Hallissey, Michael; Tucker, Catherine; Kenny, Ian (2014)
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  • Nash, Cian (University of Limerick, 2015)
    The direct inkjet printing of conductive silver and/or carbon suspension inks on flexible substrates is a promising route for the direct manufacture of printed and functional electronics. In this thesis silver flake inks ...
  • Exton, Chris; Storey, Margaret-Anne; Desmond, Michael; IRCSET (University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems, 2010)
    When exploring source code in modern integrated development environments (IDEs), programmers are prone to disorientation, a state of ‘mental lostness’ which disrupts concentration and task focus. Disorientation can result ...
  • Stol, Klaas-Jan; Fitzgerald, Brian (IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
    Inner source, the adoption and tailoring of Open Source development practices inside organizations, is a topic of increasing interest. While Inner Source offers a number of benefits, in our experience many practitioners ...
  • Clohessy, Trevor; Acton, Thomas; Coughlan, Chris (Center for Innovations in Business and Management Practice, 2013)
    Cloud computing may offer a new architecture in fostering innovation. This paper describes salient issues in cloud computing capable of facilitating innovation in organisations. Focusing on the potential value to organisations ...

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