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RCN CE3SAR Courses
RCN CE3SAR Research Projects
  • Synthesis Report for Charette 

    Xu, Hong (RCN CE3SAR, 2012-07)
    In order to (1) provide a forum to allow participants to get to know each other and each other’s research activities, and (2) to elicit a broad spectrum of insights that will be used by the Research Coordination Network ...
  • Evaluating Corrosion Resistance of Electroless Plated Ni-P Coatings on Diamond Powder 

    Ma, Lian; Texas A&M University, College Station (RCN CE3SAR, 2016-09)
    Due to the continuous booming of semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, the market of diamond wire saw to cut hard and brittle material has a large potential to grow. The manufacturing process still face some problems, ...
  • Report of Research Experience in SwRI 

    Choi, Julius; Texas A&M University, College Station (RCN CE3SAR, 2016-09)
    Monica Medrano at SwRI through the UTSA Connect Program tried to develop the catalytic pyrolysis model of circulated fluidized bed reactor under high-pressure incorporated with the biomass properties such as moisture and ...
  • Coupling Surface Water and Groundwater within the Nueces River Basin 

    Hernandez, Kristen; Texas A&M University, Kingsville (RCN CE3SAR, 2016-09)
    Attention has been placed on surface-water/groundwater modeling systems over the last several decades to aid both industry and federal/local government for improved water management and sustainability. The interaction ...
  • How would climate change affect Texas Coast — A model design for alkalinity in one estuary 

    Yao, Hongming; Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi (RCN CE3SAR, 2016-09)
    To better understand the influence of climate change, a total alkalinity model is needed since Texas Coast has been experiencing a long-term acidification during past decades. The entire model will include three sub-models: ...

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