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 2009

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Design and fabrication of a small prototype airframe structure, Kimberly Lynn Clark

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Experimental and numerical study of a proton exchange membrane electrolyzer for hydrogen production, Sachin S. Deshmukh

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Update to ANSI/ANS-6.4.3-1991 for low-Z and compound materials and review of particle transport theory, Luis Durani

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Parametric study of efficiency measures for home energy conservation in Las Vegas, Nevada, Todd M. France

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An On-sun parametric study of solar hydrogen production using WO3 photoanodes, Christopher K. Halford

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Effects of mechanical and metallurgical variables on creep, fracture toughness and crack growth behavior of Alloy 617, Muhammad Hasibul Hasan

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Optimization of channel geometry in a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell, Jephanya Kasukurthi

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Two-tank indirect thermal storage designs for solar parabolic trough power plants, Joseph E. Kopp

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Design and characterization of a shock and vibration mitigation seat system, George Samaan Ladkany

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Experimental evaluation and modeling of engine driven heat pump, Isaac Y. Mahderekal

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Fracture toughness, crack-growth-rate and creep studies of alloy 276, Joydepp Pal

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Optimization of solid oxide fuel cell interconnect design, Krishna C. Pulagam

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Design of a "Figure-8" Spherical Motion Flapping Wing for Miniature UAV's, Zohaib Parvaiz Rehmat

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Oxidation modeling by means of molecular dynamics, Chaiyod Soontrapa

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Criticality studies of actinides within fissures, Trevor Wilcox