Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Mechanical Engineering Department.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Mathematical Equations and System Identification Models for a Portable Pneumatic Bladder System Designed to Reduce Human Exposure to Whole Body Shock and Vibration, Ezzat Aziz Ayyad

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Design and Analysis of Hydrogen Powered Actuator Integrating Metal Hydride Storage System, Md Mainul Hossain Bhuiya

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Mitigation of Moving Shocks in an Expanding Duct, Veraun Chipman

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Development of a Black-Box Transient Thermal Model for Residential Buildings, Andrew Cross

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Feedback Speed Control of a Small Two-Stroke Internal Combustion Engine that Propels an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Paul D. Fjare

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Novel Deployment of Elpasolites as a Dual Neutron / Gamma-ray Directional Detector, Amber Lynn Guckes

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Neutron Spectroscopy with Scintillation Detectors using Wavelets, Jessica Hartman

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CFD Simulation of the Thermal Performance of a Parallel Counter-Parallel Flow Heat Exchanger for the Treatment of Hypothermia, Alex Heller

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Numerical study of a novel fin configuration of a high temperature ceramic plate fin heat exchanger, Vijaisri Nagarajan

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Time Correlated Measurements Using Plastic Scintillators with Neutron-Photon Pulse Shape Discrimination, Norman Edison Richardson

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Designing a Biomimetic Testing Platform for Actuators in a Series-Elastic Co-contraction System, Ryan Tyler Schroeder

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Analysis of Bolted Joints Under Medium and High Impact Loading, Deepak Somasundaram

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Study of Water Transport Phenomena on Cathode of PEMFCs using Monte Carlo Simulation, Karn Soontrapa

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Post-Occupancy Energy Efficiency Evaluation of a LEED Platinum Federal Government Facility, Theresa Tincher

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Analytical and Experimental Analysis of Magnetorheological Elastomers, Sarah Trabia

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Simulations of Interfacial Electrokinetics with Applications to Microfluidic Systems, Sebastian Uppapalli