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Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by researchers based within the Department of Chemical & Process Engineering. Key areas of research specialism include the manufacture and application of porous materials and metal-organic frameworks; the properties and processing of polymeric materials; the nucleation, growth and separation of crystals; the applications of electrochemistry to coatings, metal ion recovery, and water clean-up.

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O'Leary, Richard and Parr, Agnes and TROGE, Alexandre and Pethrick, Richard and Hayward, Gordon (2005) Improving the performance of periodic piezoelectric composite arrays through synthesis of an anisotropic passive phase. In: ONR Workshop on Acoustic Transduction Materials and Devices, 2005-05-10, Penn State University.

O'Leary, Richard and Parr, Agnes and Hayward, Gordon (2005) Development of super 1-3 connectivity piezoelectric composite devices for the 20-100kHz frequency band. In: ONR Workshop on Acoustic Transduction Materials and Devices, 2005-05-10, Penn State University.

O'Leary, Richard and Hayward, Gordon (2003) Finite element analysis of multilayered piezoelectric composite transducers. In: ONR Workshop on Acoustic Transduction Materials and Devices, 2003-05-06, Penn State University.

Parr, Agnes and O'Leary, Richard and Hayward, Gordon and Smith, Paul (2003) A study of the performance of 1-3 piezoelectric composite transducers manufactured using thermally conductive polymeric filler materials. In: ONR Workshop on Acoustic Transduction Materials and Devices, 2003-05-06, Penn State University.

O'Leary, Richard and Hayward, Gordon (1998) Modification of the passive phase within 1-3 connectivity piezocomposite transducers for improved device sensitivity. In: ONR Workshop on Acoustic Transduction Materials and Devices, 1998-05-05, Penn State University.

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