Publications by Year: 2005

2005
M. N. Rylander, Feng, Y., Zhang, Y., Bass, J., Stafford, R. J., Hazle, J., and Diller, K. R., “2005, "Optimizing HSP Expression in Prostate Cancer Laser Therapy Through Predictive Computational Models, ’ Journal of Biomedical Optics,” 11, vol. 21., pp. 0411131–16., 2005.
J. R. Ciulik and Taleff, E. M., “Abnormal Dynamic Grain Growth During Creep Deformation of Powder-Metallurgy (PM) Grade Molybdenum Sheet,” in Proceedings of the Space Nuclear Conference 2005 (American Nuclear Society), San Diego, CA, 2005, pp. 790–796.Abstract
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M. C. Morley, Henke, J. L., and Speitel Jr, G. E., “Adsorption of RDX and HMX in Rapid Small-Scale Column Tests: Implications for Full Scale Adsorbers,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 131, no. 1, pp. 29-37, 2005.
A. R. Tsyganov, Mohan, D. N., and Machemehl, R. B., “Analysis of accident statistics on urban arterial street work zones,” in 12th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 2005.Abstract
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E. M. Taleff, Green, P. W., Kulas, M. - A., McNelley, T. R., and Krajewski, P. E., “Analysis, Representation, and Prediction of Creep Transients in Class I Alloys,” Materials Science and Engineering A, vol. 36, pp. 1249–1261, 2005. LinkAbstract
Solute-drag (SD) creep in Class I alloys is characterized by several features. Among these is the presence of “inverse” creep transients, which are unique to these solid-solution alloys and the SD creep mechanism. Creep transients in commercial AA5083 materials under SD creep are analyzed using a model based on a graphical construct previously proposed. It is observed that transient behavior can be represented in a general fashion which predicts the decay in relative transient size as a function of strain. Experimental data for SD creep are presented using the proposed graphical construct to determine the dependence of dislocation glide speed on stress and the dependence of equilibrium mobile dislocation density on stress. It is observed that the high stress exponents of the commercial AA5083 materials under SD creep, relative to low-impurity, binary Al–Mg materials, are primarily the result of an increased dependence of dislocation glide speed on stress.
R. B. Machemehl, Wang, F., and Prozzi, J. A., “Analytical study of effects of truck tire pressure on pavements with measured tire-pavement contact stress data,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, vol. 1919, pp. 111–119, 2005.Abstract
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G. Gao, Torres-Verdín, C., and Habashy, T. M., “Analytical techniques to evaluate the integrals of 3D and 2D spatial dyadic Green’s functions,” Progress in Electromagnetics Research (PIER), vol. 52, pp. 47-80, 2005.PDF icon PDF
G. Gao, Torres-Verdín, C., and Habashy, T. M., “Analytical techniques to evaluate the integrals of 3D and 2D spatial dyadic Green’s functions,” Progress in Electromagnetics Research (PIER), vol. 52, pp. 47-80, 2005.
Z. Zhang and Damnjanovic, I., “Applying Method of Moments for Development of Pavement Reliability Function,” CD Proceedings of the 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington, DC, 2005.
J. M. Salazar, Torres-Verdín, C., and Sigal, R., “Assessment of permeability from well logs based on core calibration and simulation of mud-filtrate invasion,” Petrophysics, vol. 46, pp. 434-451, 2005.PDF icon PDF
J. M. Salazar, Torres-Verdín, C., and Sigal, R., “Assessment of permeability from well logs based on core calibration and simulation of mud-filtrate invasion,” Petrophysics, vol. 46, pp. 434-451, 2005.
J. M. Salazar, Alpak, F. O., Torres-Verdín, C., Habashy, T. M., and Klein, J. D., “Automatic estimation of permeability from array induction measurements: applications to field data (Expanded Abstract),” Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts 46th Annual Logging Symposium. Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts, New Orleans, LA, 2005.PDF icon PDF
J. M. Salazar, Alpak, F. O., Torres-Verdín, C., Habashy, T. M., and Klein, J. D., “Automatic estimation of permeability from array induction measurements: applications to field data (Expanded Abstract),” Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts 46th Annual Logging Symposium. Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts, New Orleans, LA, 2005.PDF icon PDF
A. Contreras, Torres-Verdín, C., and Fasnacht, T., “AVA simultaneous inversion of 3D partially stacked seismic data for the spatial delineation of lithology and fluids units of deepwater hydrocarbon reservoirs in the central Gulf of Mexico (Expanded Abstract),” Society of Exploration Geophysicists 75th Annual International Meeting. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Houston, TX, 2005.PDF icon PDF
A. Contreras, Torres-Verdín, C., and Fasnacht, T., “AVA simultaneous inversion of 3D partially stacked seismic data for the spatial delineation of lithology and fluids units of deepwater hydrocarbon reservoirs in the central Gulf of Mexico (Expanded Abstract),” Society of Exploration Geophysicists 75th Annual International Meeting. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Houston, TX, 2005.PDF icon PDF
A. Contreras, Torres-Verdín, C., Kvien, K., Chesters, W., and Fasnacht, T., “AVA stochastic inversion of pre-stack seismic data and well logs for 3D reservoir modeling (Expanded Abstract),” European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers 67th Annual Conference and Exhibition. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, Madrid, Spain, 2005.PDF icon PDF
A. Contreras, Torres-Verdín, C., Kvien, K., Chesters, W., and Fasnacht, T., “ AVA stochastic inversion of pre-stack seismic data and well logs for 3D reservoir modeling (Expanded Abstract),” European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers 67th Annual Conference and Exhibition. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, Madrid, Spain, 2005.PDF icon PDF
T. Cao, Johnston, K. P., and Webber, S. E., “CO2-enhanced transport of small molecules in thin PMMA films,” Macromolecules, vol. 38, pp. 1335-1340, 2005. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Steady-state fluorescence measurements have been used to measure the rate of transport of a fluorescent probe (pyrene) out of ca. 200-340 nm thick films of poly(methyl methaerylate) (PMMA) in contact with supercritical CO2 at pressures in the range 34-76 bar (estimated CO2 content in the film from 0.06 to 0.17 weight fraction) and several temperatures (35, 50, and 65 degreesC). At constant temperature, the estimated pyrene diffusion coefficient increases by approximately 4 orders of magnitude from the lowest to the highest CO2 content (e.g., from ca. 5 x 10(-15) cm(2)/S for ca. 0.08 CO2 weight fraction to ca. 10(-1)0 cm(2)/s for ca. 0.17 CO2 weight fraction at 35degreesC). We compare the present results to our earlier study of CO2-swollen polystyrene (PS) and find: (1) For similar pressures Of CO2 at the same temperature, the enhancement of the pyrene diffusion coefficient is larger in PMMA than in PS, presumably as a consequence of the higher solubility Of CO2 in PMMA; and (2) at similar CO2 contents, the pyrene diffusion coefficient is higher in PS than in PMMA by several orders of magnitude, which we attribute to the PS higher free volume for pyrene diffusion compared to PMXIA for CO2-swollen films.
J. F. Bard and Purnomo, H. W., A Column Generation-Based Approach to Solve the Preference Scheduling Problem for Nurses with Downgrading. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 39(3), 2005, pp. 193–213.
R. B. Machemehl and Lee, C., “Combined Traffic Signal Control and Traffic Assignment: Algorithms, Implementation and Numerical Results”. 2005.Abstract
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