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Detached eddy simulation of unsteady flow over a frontal cavity
(American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2023)
Frontal cavity consists of complex unsteadiness which causes bow shock instabilities when the body is moving at supersonic or hypersonic speed through a fluid. These complex unsteady flow fields are an important practical ...
The society of jesus in ireland post 1814: a historiographical survey
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2020-05)
A history and examination of the of the collecting and curation of the historic record of the Jesuits within the order from 1814.
Destination management: the influence of local food
This study investigates tourist attitudes to local food on destination choice, travel motivation, satisfaction and perceived object-related and existential authenticity. Additionally, the mediating effects of authenticity ...
Designing a module in entrepreneurship for product design students
(Sage Publications, 2021-04-30)
Creative problem-solving has been identified as one of the most critical future-proof skillsets we can develop in our society. When educating future designers, entrepreneurship skills are now considered essential; however, ...
How does a (smart) age-friendly ecosystem look in a post-pandemic society?
COVID-19 has impacted not only the health of citizens, but also the various factors that makeup our society, living environments, and ecosystems. This pandemic has shown that future living willneed to be agile and flexible ...
Characterisation of the complete mitochondrial genome of the insect-parasitic nematode heterorhabditis bacteriophora: an idiosyncratic gene order and the presence of multiple long non-coding regions
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2021-06)
We present here the complete mtDNA genome (mitogenome) of Heterorhabditis bacteriophora, an important biological control agent of soil-dwelling insect pests in agriculture and horticulture. This is the first description ...
COVID-19 and interdisciplinary research: What are the needs of researchers on aging?
(University of Deusto, 2021-11-26)
COVID-19 has had an extreme effect on older people. Now more than ever we need collaborative approaches to address complex issues within research on aging. However, the pandemic has dramatically changed the way we conduct, ...
Learning from covid-19: design, age-friendly technology, hacking and mental models
In March 2020 the United Nations published an open brief for the creative community to propose interventions to the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic. However, when faced with unprecedented wicked problems such as these, the ...
Online-based participatory design: a case study of developing international standards during a pandemic
(Universidad do Vale de Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS), 2022-09-05)
Standards are essential instruments to ensure the safety, efficiency and quality of products, services, systems, processes, and environments. In pre-pandemic times, the standard development process ...
Designing products for older people’s social and emotional needs: a case study
(Anthropology and Aging, 2023-11)
The products that we use in our living environment greatly assist us in maintaining health and independence as we age. Much research has been conducted on the physical ergonomic needs in product design for older people, ...