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  1. RF hardware design of a stepped frequency continuous wave ground penetrating radar
    Kabutz, Marten Herbert, 2016-03-28T14:23:00Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 86-88. ...
  2. A session layer for the X.400 message handling system
    Van der Westhuizen, Eugene Daniel, 2016-03-28T14:23:01Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 233-235. ...
  3. An investigation into the importance of considering protection performance during power system out-of-step conditions
    Van Eyssen, Juanita, 2016-03-28T14:23:03Z, University of Cape Town
    The performance of power system protection is affected by out-of-step conditions in that system. Protection relays such as distance relays may detect an out-of-step condition and consequently operate to trip unfaulted lines. The tripping of unfaulted lines interrupts supply to loads and exacerbates ...
  4. Computer simulation of steady state and transient performance for permanent magnet DC motors
    Wing, Mitchell, 2016-03-28T14:23:04Z, University of Cape Town
    Permanent magnet motors have outstanding performance for applications such as industrial robots, computer peripherals and automobiles. Since these motors are being used in a growing number of applications, the techniques used to model them are becoming more important in an attempt to obtain the best ...
  5. Real-time distributed system architecture using local area networks
    Young, Richard, 2016-03-28T14:23:05Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 61-66. ...
  6. Electrode length measurement in electric arc furnaces
    Ballard, Norman, 2016-03-28T14:23:06Z, University of Cape Town
    Accurate measurement of electrode length in electric arc furnaces will result in decreased maintenance time, and improved plant productivity. This thesis describes the development of a microwave-based Soderberg electrode length-measurement system. Various methods of electrode-length measurement were ...
  7. On the waveform fidelity of broadband digital storage architectures
    K├╝sel, T.W, 2016-03-28T14:23:07Z, University of Cape Town
    Recent advances in digital technology resulted in the advent of high-density, very large-scale and very high-speed integrated circuit devices. For the first time it has become viable to store and/or process digitally sufficient lengths of very broadband signals. The digital capturing, storage and pr ...
  8. Respiratory health of the endurance athlete : prevalence of respiratory related conditions/illnesses in endurance athletes
    Cloete, Carolette, 2016-03-28T14:23:38Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-102). ...
  9. The range of applicability of models for the flow of high concentration backfill slurries in pipelines
    Goosen, Peter Edward, 2016-03-28T14:24:13Z, University of Cape Town
    Two models recently developed at the University of Cape Town are intended to model the flow of high concentration backfill slurries. These models are the Cooke model for dense phase flow of cyclone classified tailings and the Paterson model for stabilised flow of high concentration full plant tailin ...
  10. Computer program development for the analysis of inelastic beam and soil behaviour in geotechnical design
    Howie, C T, 2016-03-28T14:24:18Z, University of Cape Town
    Computer-aided engineering requires the correct implementation of design methods in computer programs so as to play a beneficial role in engineering practice. This thesis describes the development of a computer program to analyse geotechnical engineering problems based on the principles of beam-soil ...