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    • Surface phase diagrams of La-based perovskites towards the O-rich limit from first principles 

      Li, Yang; Yang, Jie; Zhu, Yi-An; Sui, Zhi-Jun; Zhou, Xing-Gui; Chen, De; Yuan, Wei-Kang (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The exposed termination of transition-metal oxide surfaces plays a major role in determining the catalyst performance in redox reactions. In this contribution, the surface phase diagrams of LaMO3(001) (M = Sc–Fe) and ...
    • Surface reactivity and cation non-stoichiometry in BaZr1-xYxO3-δ (x=0-0.2) exposed to CO2 at elevated temperature 

      Sazinas, Rokas; Sunding, Martin Fleissner; Thøgersen, Annett; Sakaguchi, Isao; Norby, Truls Eivind; Grande, Tor; Polfus, Jonathan M. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The reactivity of BaZr1−xYxO3−δ (x = 0–0.2) ceramics under 1 atm CO2 at 650 °C for up to 1000 h was investigated in order to elucidate possible degradation processes occurring when the material is applied as a proton-conducting ...
    • Surface roughness in bubble attachment and flotation of highly hydrophobic solids in presence of frother – experiment and simulations 

      Kosior, Dominik; Kowalczuk, Przemyslaw B.; Zawala, Jan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      In this paper, the kinetic of the three-phase contact (TPC) formation and the flotation recovery of highly hydrophobic solids with different surface roughness were studied in pure water and aqueous solutions of n-octanol. ...
    • Surface structure and wetting characteristics of Collembola cuticles 

      Gundersen, Håkon A Holm; Leinaas, Hans Petter; Thaulow, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      The cuticles of the arthropods Collembola (springtails) are known to be superhydrophobic, displaying such properties as water-repellence and plastron formation; overhanging surface structures have been suggested as the ...
    • Surface Toll-Like Receptor 3 Expression in Metastatic Intestinal Epithelial Cells induces Selective Cytokine Production and Promotes Invasiveness 

      Bugge, Marit; Bergstrøm, Bjarte; Oda Kamilla, Eide; Helene, Solli; Kjønstad, Ingrid F.; Stenvik, Jørgen; Espevik, Terje; Nilsen, Nadra J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Toll-like receptors (TLR)s are innate immune receptors for microbial molecules and also sense damage-associated molecular patterns released from host cells. Double-stranded RNA and the synthetic analog polyinosinic:polycytidylic ...
    • Surface wave predictions in weakly nonlinear directional seas 

      Simanesew, Abushet; Trulsen, Karsten; Krogstad, Harald E; Nieto Borge, José Carlos (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      We have employed laboratory and numerical experiments in order to investigate propagation of waves in both long and short-crested wave fields in deep water. For long-crested waves with steepness, ϵ = kcac = 0.1 (a fairly ...
    • Surface Waves Generated by a Translating and Oscillating Source Atop Realistic Shear Flows 

      Li, Yan; Ellingsen, Simen Andreas Ådnøy (Chapter, 2018)
      We analyze surface waves generated by a translating, oscillating surface disturbance atop a horizontal background flow of arbitrary depth dependence, with a focus on determining the Doppler resonance. For a critical value ...
    • Surface-Charge Alteration at the Carbonate/Brine Interface During Single-Well Chemical-Tracer Tests: Surface-Complexation Model 

      Khaledialidusti, Rasoul; Kleppe, Jon (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Water chemistry has been shown to affect oil recovery by affecting surface charge and rock dissolution. The single-well chemical-tracer (SWCT) test is a field method to measure residual oil saturation (Sor), in which ...
    • Surfacing the arctic: politics of participation in infrastructuring 

      Parmiggiani, Elena; Karasti, Helena (Chapter, 2018)
      The ongoing adoption of sensor networks, algorithms, and digital data comes with the promise of opening up participation in knowledge production. However, the dynamics of the participatory design (PD) processes in these ...
    • Surge in publications on early detection 

      Hofmann, Bjørn; Skolbekken, John-Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Articles in the medical literature on early detection tend to focus on benefits rather than harms, but does evidence on outcomes warrant this difference ask Bjørn Hofmann and John-Arne Skolbekken.
    • Surge Tank Research in Austria and Norway 

      Vereide, Kaspar; Richter, Wolfgang; Zenz, Gerald; Lia, Leif (Journal article, 2015)
      Modern high-head hydropower plants, and especially pumped storage plants (PSP), are designed with increasing high water discharge and higher requirements to flexible operation. To improve the hydraulic performance and allow ...
    • SURGERY FOR WRIST GANGLIA. ONE-HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO PATIENTS REVIEWED 8 YEARS AFTER OPERATION 

      Finsen, Vilhjalmur; Håberg, Øyvind; Borchgrevink, Grethe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Wrist ganglia give few symptoms, but are a common reason for referral to a hand surgeon. We studied patient long-term satisfaction after operation. We reviewed 122 patients, who were operated for dorsal (n=82) and volar ...
    • Surgically acquired deficits and diffusion weighted MRI changes after glioma resection - A matched case-control study with blinded neuroradiological assessment 

      Jakola, Asgeir S; Berntsen, Erik Magnus; Christensen, Pål; Gulati, Sasha; Unsgård, Geirmund; Kvistad, Kjell Arne; Solheim, Ole (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Background: Acquired deficits following glioma resection may not only occur due to accidental resection of normal brain tissue. The possible importance of ischemic injuries in causing neurological deficits after brain ...
    • Surrogate model generation using self-optimizing variables 

      Straus, Julian; Skogestad, Sigurd (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This paper presents the application of self-optimizing concepts for more efficient generation of steady-state surrogate models. Surrogate model generation generally has problems with a large number of independent variables ...
    • Surrounded by Ear Candy? The Use of Surround Sound in Oscar-nominated Movies 2000-2012 

      Høier, Svein (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This article looks at surround sound in contemporary cinema, with the aim of discussing practices of sound design and, more particularly, pinpointing a ‘best practice’ of surround sound today – focusing here on the practices ...
    • Survey of Key Management in Ad Hoc Networks 

      Hegland, Anne Marie; Winjum, Eli; Mjølsnes, Stig Frode; Rong, Chunming; Kure, Øivind; Spilling, Pål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2006)
      The wireless and dynamic nature of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) leaves them more vulnerable to security attacks than their wired counterparts. The nodes act both as routers and as communication end points. This makes ...
    • Survey of Performance Acceleration Techniques for Network Function Virtualization 

      Linguaglossa, Leonardo; Lange, Stanislav; Pontarelli, Salvatore; Rétvári, Gábor; Rossi, Dario; Zinner, Thomas Erich; Bifulco, Roberto; Jarschel, Michael; Bianchi, Giuseppe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The ongoing network softwarization trend holds the promise to revolutionize network infrastructures by making them more flexible, reconfigurable, portable, and more adaptive than ever. Still, the migration from ...
    • Survey on Communication and Networks for Autonomous Marine Systems 

      Zolich, Artur Piotr; Palma, David; Kansanen, Kimmo; Fjørtoft, Kay Endre; Sousa, João; Johansson, Karl H.; Jiang, Yuming; Dong, Hefeng; Johansen, Tor Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The rapid development of autonomous systems and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) create new opportunities for maritime activities. Existing autonomous systems are becoming more powerful and utilise the ...
    • Survey on features for fingerprint indexing 

      Schuch, Patrick (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Nowadays, several biometric databases already contain millions of entries of individuals. With an increasing number of enrolled individuals, the response time of queries grows and can become critical. Fingerprint indexing ...
    • Survey: Mobile Sensor Networks for Target Searching and Tracking 

      Albert, Anders; Imsland, Lars Struen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Mobile sensor networks can be employed in multiple applications, such as search and rescue, border patrol, battle scenarios and environmental monitoring. In this survey, we review the literature utilising mobile sensor ...