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  1. We develop two mathematical lumped parameter models for blood pressure distribution in the Fontan blood flow circulation: an ODE based spatially homogeneous model and a PDE based spatially inhomogeneous model....

    Authors: Marina Chugunova, Matthew G. Doyle, James P. Keener and Roman M. Taranets
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2019 10:1
  2. Gas turbines are currently a popular power generation technology in countries with access to natural gas resources. However they are very complex systems the operation of which at peak performance is challengi...

    Authors: Nadji Hadroug, Ahmed Hafaifa, Mouloud Guemana, Abdellah Kouzou, Abudura Salam and Ahmed Chaibet
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:8
  3. This paper studies liquidity and volatility commonality in the Canadian stock market. We show that five various liquidity measures display strong evidence of commonality at both market-wide and industry specif...

    Authors: Nathan Gold, Qiming Wang, Melanie Cao and Huaxiong Huang
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:7
  4. Credit value adjustment (CVA) is an adjustment to an existing trading price based on the counterparty-risk premium. Currently, CVA is computed with an implicit assumption that the replacement contract is defau...

    Authors: Haohan Huang, Huaxiong Huang, Eugene Wang and Hongmei Zhu
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:6
  5. Maintenance cost of machinery, equipment and tooling are main contributor to total cost of production in processing industry. The aim of study is to explore selection of optimum maintenance strategy for steam ...

    Authors: Priyank Srivastava, Dinesh Khanduja and V.P. Agrawal
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:5
  6. In this article we consider a difficult combinatorial optimization problem arising from the operation of a system for testing electronic circuit boards (ECB). This problem was proposed to us by a company that ...

    Authors: Stephen Y. Chen, Odile Marcotte, Mario Leonardo Morfin Ramírez and Mary Pugh
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:4
  7. Understanding domestic electricity consumption behaviour is very important for planners and operators of electrical networks. Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) are installing monitoring devices at the low-...

    Authors: T. E. Lee
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:3
  8. A four compartment model of the cardiovascular system is developed. To allow for easy interpretation and to minimise the number of parameters, an effort was made to keep the model as simple as possible. Using ...

    Authors: T. G. Myers, Vicent Ribas Ripoll, Anna Sáez de Tejada Cuenca, Sarah L. Mitchell and Mark J. McGuinness
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:2
  9. Expansion of the NHL hockey league is of current interest. Success of an expansion team will rely on approved geographic locations, and most importantly fan support. Fan allegiance can be likened to infectious...

    Authors: Jennifer Light, Alina Chernin and Jane M. Heffernan
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:7
  10. We provide methods for determining the repeatability of airborne electromagnetic surveys when conducted at different altitudes over a number of repeated flights. Our data arise from the TELLUS project carried ...

    Authors: Avril Hegarty, Gerry Stanley, Eugene Kashdan, Jim Hodgson and Andrew C. Parnell
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:6
  11. In aircraft components maintenance shops, components are distributed amongst repair groups and their respective technicians based on the type of repair, on the technicians skills and workload, and on the custo...

    Authors: Catarina Avelino, David Bourne, Fátima Ferreira, Deolinda Rasteiro and Jorge Santos
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:5
  12. The use of gas turbines is widespread in several industries such as; hydrocarbons, aerospace, power generation. However, despite to their many advantages, they are subject to multiple exploitation problem that...

    Authors: Abdelhafid Benyounes, Ahmed Hafaifa, Abdellah Kouzou and Mouloud Guemana
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:4
  13. A blind source signal separation problem that was brought to a Study Group in Limerick in 2013 required a way to prevent the gait of a jogger from masking the heartbeat, when detected by a simple photodiode th...

    Authors: Tuoi T. N. Vo, Mark McGuinness, Alan F. Hegarty, Stephen B. G. O’Brien, Kevin O’Sullivan and Sandra Healy
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:2
  14. At the 2014 Fields-MPrime Industrial Problem Solving Workshop, PerkinElmer presented a design problem for mass spectrometry. Traditionally, mass spectrometry is done via three methods: using magnetic fields to...

    Authors: Michael Lindstrom, Iain Moyles and Kevin Ryczko
    Citation: Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:1

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