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An Evaluation of the Correlation Between Shale Gas Development and Ozone Pollution within the Barnett Shale Region

Description: Presentation for the 2014 Fracturing Impacts and Technologies Conference. This presentation discusses an evaluation of the correlation between shale gas development and ozone pollution within the Barnett Shale region.
Date: September 4, 2014
Creator: Ahmadi, Mahdi & John, Kuruvilla
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Modeling analysis of the impact of anthropogenic emission sources on ozone concentration over selected urban areas in Texas

Description: This article discusses a regional photochemical modeling experiment set up to simulate a high ozone episode of September 11-14, 2002 to evaluate the impact of various anthropogenic emissions sources on ozone concentrations.
Date: September 9, 2012
Creator: Farooqui, Zuber M.; John, Kuruvilla; Biswas, Jhumoor & Sule, Neelesh
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

Three-Dimensional Carbon Nanostructures for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries

Description: This review contains the authors' recent progress on the design and fabrication of 3D carbon nanostructures, their performance in Li-ion batteries (LIBs), and their implementation into large-scale, lightweight, and flexible LIBs.
Date: October 26, 2016
Creator: Kang, Chiwon; Cha, Eunho; Patel, Mumukshu D.; Wu, H. Felix & Choi, Wonbong
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

Sources Affecting PM₂̣ ₅ Concentrations at a Rural Semi-Arid Coastal Site in South Texas

Description: This article employs an advanced factor analysis technique with principal component analysis/absolute principal component scores and positive matrix factorization to apportion the sources influencing the PM₂̣ ₅ levels measured during 2003 through 2005 at a rural coastal site located within the Corpus Christi urban airshed in South Texas.
Date: November 22, 2012
Creator: Karnae, Saritha & John, Kuruvilla
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

Electrowetting Solar Cell

Description: This paper discusses the electrowetting solar cell. In comparison with traditional silicon-based PV solar cells, the electrowetting-based self-tracking technology will generate ~70% more green energy with a 50% cost reduction.
Date: April 19, 2012
Creator: Reilly, David & Cheng, Jiangtao
Partner: UNT Honors College