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Research Publications for Michael D (Mike) Duke

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  • Rajaguru, J., Duke, M., & Au, C. K. (2015). Development of rapid tooling by rapid prototyping technology and electroless nickel plating for low-volume production of plastic parts. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 78(1-4), 31-40. doi:10.1007/s00170-014-6619-4

  • Fow, A., & Duke, M. D. (2015). Active electromagnetic damping for lightweight electric vehicles. In The 6th International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications. Conference held Queenstown, New Zealand.

  • Fow, A., & Duke, M. I. K. E. (2015). The implementation in VISSIM REALTIME of an active electromagnetic damper controller for lightweight electric vehicles. In The 6th International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications. Conference held at Queenstown, NZ.

  • Khoo, E., Hight, C., Torrens, R., & Duke, M. (2014). “It runs slow and crashes often”: Exploring engineering students’ software literacy of CAD software. In Proceedings of the AAEE2014 Conference (pp. 1-9). Wellington, New Zealand: Australian Association for Engineering Education.

  • Kunnemeyer, R., Anderson, T. N., Duke, M., & Carson, J. K. (2014). Performance of a V-trough photovoltaic/thermal concentrator. Solar Energy, 101, 19-27. doi:10.1016/j.solener.2013.11.024

  • Ghani, F., Rosengarten, G., Duke, M., & Carson, J. K. (2014). The numerical calculation of single-diode solar-cell modelling parameters. Renewable Energy, 72, 105-112. doi:10.1016/j.renene.2014.06.035

  • Ghani, F., & Duke, M. (2014). Statistical analysis of factors affecting the flow characteristics and thermal efficiency of a building integrated thermal (bit) solar collector. In EuroSun 2014 / ISES Conference Proceedings (2014) (pp. 10 pages). New Zealand: ISES.

  • Fow, A., & Duke, M. (2013). The use of VisSim Real Time in data acquisition, analysis and feedback. In Workshop on Smart Sensors – Instrumentation and Measurement. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Abd Wahab, H., Duke, M., Carson, J. K., & Anderson, T. N. (2013). A need for control strategies: Building Integrated Photovoltaic Thermal (BIPVT) system. In W. R. A. Rahman, & S. Z. Abidin (Eds.), Diversity of Research for a Sustainable Challenging World: A compilation of research by Malaysian postgraduates in New Zealand (pp. 199-210). Wellington: Victoria University.

  • Ghani, F., Duke, M., & Carson, J. K. (2013). Numerical calculation of series and shunt resistances and diode quality factor of a photovoltaic cell using the Lambert W-function. Solar Energy, 91, 422-431. doi:10.1016/j.solener.2012.09.005

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