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IDDOI:10.1115/imece2019-10791Published Date2019-11-11JournalVolume 4: Dynamics, Vibration, and Control, 2019-11-11
Abstract This paper presents the development of a novel shape memory alloy (SMA) actuated gripper for use in the biomedical applications. The use of SMA in surgical forceps can allow a surgical robot to accurately and repeatedly apply a force and grip small objects or perform minor surgeries that are less invasive and allow for quicker recovery times. Current designs of thermally actuated grippers use SMAs as the gripping parts, which limits their application due to the transfer of heat to th…
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IDDOI:10.1115/imece2019-10790Published Date2019-11-11JournalVolume 7: Fluids Engineering, 2019-11-11
Abstract This paper demonstrates the development of a fluidic pump, magnetically actuated by a ferrofluid through a circular channel. The pump has a rotary design with a tangential input and output. It is designed to house a magnet to create a ferrofluid plug in one place between the inlet and outlet. There are two magnets outside of the housing attached to a rotating apparatus that move the ferrofluid around. The ferrofluid then moves around the channel, taking in and moving water through th…
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IDIEEE:8737785Published Date2019-09-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2019-09-01, Volume 55
This paper reports the design, fabrication, and performance of a novel rotational energy harvester, utilizing multiple magnetic actuators and piezoelectric beams for the maximum performance in a wide range of rotational speeds. The harvester can be used in different rotational applications with low or high rotational speed and produce high output. Thin lead–zirconium–titanate (PZT) piezoelectric beams were fixed on the axis of a nonmoving wheel. One end of the beams was fixed to the center ax…
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IDDOI:10.1080/17532523.2017.1357323Published Date2017-01-02JournalAfrican Historical Review, 2017-01-02, Volume 49
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ID24592777Published Date2013-12-01JournalResearch quarterly for exercise and sport, 2013-12-01, Volume 84
As there is little research that investigates the experiences of minority boys participating in youth development programs (Fashola, 2003), the current research focused on a sport-based youth development program for early adolescent Black and Latino boys in Hartford, CT. Specifically, the present study explored (a) what attracted minority boys to participate in youth development programs, (b) what kept them involved, and (c) whether their involvement translated into positive developmental out…
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IDDOI:10.1111/jacc.12503Published Date2016-03-01JournalThe Journal of American Culture, 2016-03-01, Volume 39
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IDDOI:10.2172/1337750Published Date2015-11-20
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ID22968122Published Date2012-10-01JournalThe Journal of nursing administration, 2012-10-01, Volume 42
This study examined the degree of horizontal violence (HV) among RNs practicing in New York State (NYS). The objective was to determine the knowledge of HV and the degree of being a victim among practicing RNs. A descriptive survey using Briles' Sabotage Savvy Questionnaire, measuring occurrences of HV and nurses' knowledge of HV, was conducted among 2659 RNs in NYS hospitals. Findings demonstrate a significantly greater (P < .05) degree of HV in union versus nonunion cultures and less HV in …
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ID22947672Published Date2012-08-02JournalEvolutionary psychology : an international journal of evolutionary approaches to psychology and behavior, 2012-08-02, Volume 10
Simon Baron-Cohen pioneered the idea that different brain types evolved to process information in gender specific ways. Here we expand this approach to looking at eating disorders as a byproduct of the extreme female brain. The incidence of eating disorders is higher among females, and recent findings show that hormones may play a role in eating disorders. We present new evidence from four studies that both an empathizing bias and hyper-mentalizing (as measures of the extreme female brain; EF…
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