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The credit of introducing Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors (SSNTDs) as a powerful research tool in the early sixties goes to P.B. Price, R.L. Fleischer and R.M. Walker of the General Electric Company of the United States of America. Basically, SSNTDs are dielectric materials or solid insulators such as mica, glass, synthetic plastics, etc. which record and permanently store the trajectory of fast moving charged particles in the form of submicroscopic trails of continuous damage called latent tracks. The present Volume consists of one dozen Papers on Applications of SSNTDs in various fields; Radon Studies covering more than half of this Volume. more details...
Various definitions of mechatronics have been developed over time, each of which emphasizes a slightly different origin and aim. One of the most accurate definition of mechatronics is given by Kyura and Oho. Mechatronics is the synergistic integration of mechanical engineering with electronics and intelligent computer control in the design and manufacturing of industrial products and processes. Mechatronics integrates mechanical systems (mechanical elements, components, machines), electronic systems (microelectronics, sensor and actuator technology) and information technology. In this manner, mechatronic systems are a complex integration of extremely advanced technological components able to perform tasks with high accuracy and flexibility.... more details...

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Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2014 International Seminar on Instrumentation, Measurement and Metrology, August 27-28, 2014, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
The 58 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Sensors and Instrumentation;
Chapter 2: Methods of Measurement and Metrology more details...
This volume of Diffusion Foundations entitled Diffusion Phenomena in Engineering Materials captures an important cross section of the contemporary scene of diffusion in solids, ranging from the fundamental science of diffusion through to the application of diffusion concepts in technology. The chapters are written by well-acknowledged experts in their respective areas. In the first chapter, Professor Dayananda provides an in depth overview of some of the important findings from the vast literature on multicomponent diffusion in alloys. In Chapter 2, Professors Belova and Murch and co-workers describe a new solution to the important problem of accurately estimating a tracer diffusivity in a binary alloy, given the other tracer diffusivity,... more details...
As a direct development of nanotechnologies, graphene is the first known crystal that has genuine two-dimensional structure (2D). The diversity of properties of graphene has predetermined a wide range of applications of its use in many areas of scientific and practical activities.

The collection “Graphene” consists of papers published by Trans Tech Publications Inc. from 2010 up to 2015 and covers the technology of graphene formation, as well as the application of this unique material to a wide range of technological developments.

The papers are presented in nine chapters:
Chapter 1: Technologies of Graphene Formation;
Chapter 2: Research and Analysis Properties and Quality of Graphene;
Chapter 3:... more details...