Phenolic Resins: A Century of Progress
In this new book these application areas are summarized and updated by global phenolic experts that are engaged daily in these activities. Further new technology and application areas of global technical activity are presented and include nanotechnology, updated phenolic resin chemistry, carbon fiber and long glass fiber reinforced molding materials, new analyses/testing, carbon foam, carbon/carbon brakes for autos, photo resists, new fiber reinforced systems, renewable raw materials, and recycling.
Chemistry: An Industry-Based Laboratory Manual
Exploration of a Nonlinear World: An Appreciation of Howell Tong's Contribution to Statistics
Advanced Techniques in Computing Sciences and Software Engineering
The DVB-H Handbook: The Functioning and Planning of Mobile TV
A guide to implementing the DVB-H system for the carriage of MobileTV services, The DVB-H Handbook provides an overview of all aspects of the specification. Placing particular emphasis on the technical elements, it includes important information on the signalling and service discovery. The background, functioning, planning and optimisation of DVB-H are systematically explained for use in network planning and optimization. Subjects such as coding, different modes for channel delivery and protection in core and radio system are detailed. Giving examples on the practical interpretation of the DVB-H specifications, this book also describes the process behind the realization of the end-to-end system.
Flexible Circuit Technology, Third Edition
Flexible circuits are now a key enabling technology for products ranging from simple consumer goods to spacecraft. They are critical elements in such diverse products as medical equipment, keyboards, hard disk drives, printers and cellular phones. Every day, flexible circuit technology opens doors to new opportunities for engineers and product and system designers to make a complete transition to the third dimension of interconnection.
Applied Machining Technology
Delay Effects on Stability: A Robust Control Approach
Adaptive Control: Stability, Convergence, and Robustness
Adaptive control has been the subject of active research for over three decades now (ed note: this book was published in 1994). There have been many theoretical successes, including the development of rigorous proofs of stability and an understanding of the dynamical properties of adaptive schemes. Several successful applications have been reported and the last ten years have seen an impressive growth in the availability of commercial adaptive controllers.
Handbook of Road Safety Measures