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  • Nana A Sustainable Restaurant (Semester Unknown) IPRO 371 

    Bajzek, Sasha; Boubel, Kenneth; DeBoth, Ray; Ellsworth, Seth; Hussaini, Bushra; Jeong, Hye Sun; Jin, Keo-Jin; Kavicky, Matthew; Kim, Kibum; Klusek, Natalia; Yun Lee, Sang; Lee, Sukmin; Margolis, Jordan; Mellom, James; Qi, Tianshu; Roth, Jessica; Geun Yun, Joong (2010-05)
    Nana Organic is a family owned organic restaurant in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood, offering lunch (and soon dinner) options with an emphasis on organic and sustainable produce. The owners of Nana, and IPRO 317’s ...
  • A NANO-STRUCTURED CERAMIC/POLYMER COMPOSITE FILM FOR ELECTRONIC INTERCONNECTIONS 

    HARWATH, FRANK (2016-05)
    Separable electrical interconnections are a ubiquitous part of modern life and for technical reasons are currently based on the use of gold. Since gold is a commodity and subject to significant price fluctuations there ...
  • Nanoparticle Based Thermal History Indicators 

    Perez-Luna, Victor Hugo; Betala, Pravin Ajitkumar (2011-10-11)
    An indicator composition for determining a thermal or chronological history during shipping or storage of a product. The composition includes a plurality of nanoparticles dispersed throughout a matrix. The nanoparticles ...
  • NANOPORE STOCHASTIC DETECTION OF ANTHRAX 

    HAN, YUJING (2014-05)
    Nanopore stochastic sensor using a biological protein ion channel has emerged as a powerful sensing technique due to its outstanding features such as label- and amplification-free detection, rapidness, high sensivity and ...
  • NANOPORE STOCHASTIC SENSING OF BIOMARKERS IN HUMAN DISEASE 

    ZHOU, SHUO (2016-07)
    By measuring the ionic current modulation generated by analytes’ electro-osmotic flow through a nanoscale sized pore, nanopore stochastic sensing was invented about 20 years ago. Since then, it has been developed as a ...
  • NASCAR Technologies (Fall 2001) ENPRO 363 

    Hampton, Chris; Jasin, Kevin; Radwanski, Luke; Jeon, Yong Ho; Lee, Jeongwoo; Dubois, Jim; Dees, Jon; Hoang, Phuc; Narwani, Dash; Ortega, Oscar; Zaheerullah, Sameer (2002-05)
    IIT Racing Inc. is a potential business conceived during the EnPRO class in the Spring semester of 2001. A group of students advised by Professor Beltemacchi started investigating NASCAR racing (with an emphasis on the ...
  • NATURAL AGING EFFECT ON DOUBLE AGED ALUMINUM ALLOY AA7075 

    KARA, BARIS (2012-05)
    The effect of natural aging (NA) on mechanical properties in double aged aluminum alloys, AA7075, was studied by means of hardness tests, tensile tests and stress corrosion cracking (SCC) tests. Natural aging can strengthen ...
  • NATURAL GAS STORAGE EVALUATION FOR GAS FIRED POWER PLANT OPERATION 

    NAN, SIBO (2014-12)
    Gas generation has been the preferred non-renewable generation technology during the last few years due to its high efficiency, low emission, and good flexibility. As a result of increasing gas usage by gas fired power ...
  • Nature Studio at Eden Place 

    Shah, Sonya; Moynihan, Kelly; Peltier, Joseph; Dil, Ibrahim; Klinger, Ryan; Reed, Logan; Doctor, Matthew; McCloskey, Maxwell (2012-05)
    Eden Place is in urgent need of a multi-use building that will serve both as a classroom and community gathering center for the Fuller Park neighborhood. Currently they have no permanent buildings and operate solely out ...
  • A NEAR-THRESHOLD FLIP FLOP AND A SUB-THRESHOLD SRAM FOR LOW-POWER APPLICATIONS 

    RAMANI, ARUN RAMNATH (2011-07)
    This dissertation has two new circuit level designs proposed. One a Dual edge triggered Near threshold State Retentive flip flop and another a 9TSRAM cell for operation in Sub-Threshold Region. Since power consumption has ...
  • Neon Lamp Volume Indicator 

    Camras, Marvin (1946-12-03)
  • NEOVASCULARIZAnON WITHIN POROUS PEG HYDROGELS 

    CHIU, YU-CHIEH (2011-12)
    Development of engineered tissues of clinically relevant size requires the ability to control vascularization within biomaterial scaffolds. Poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) hydrogels have been extensively investigated for use ...
  • Nernst glower its development, characteristics and application to illumination practice 

    Eustice, Alfred L (Armour Institute of Technology, 1910)
    http://www.archive.org/details/nernstgloweritsd00eust
  • NETWORK CODING BASED COOPERATIVE PEER-TO-PEER REPAIR IN WIRELESS NETWORKS 

    LIU, YU (2012-07)
    Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) in cellular networks has emerged recently as a promising distribution model to provide rich content distribution where a batch of content is broadcast to a large number of ...
  • NETWORK CONGESTION / RESOURCE ALLOCATION GAME 

    SHIN, JUNGHWAN (2013-12)
    We first consider the K-user(player) resource allocation problem when the resources or strategies are associated with homogeneous functions. Further, we consider the K-user(player) matroid resource allocation problem ...
  • NETWORK SELECTION WITH LOAD MANAGEMENT IN HETEROGENEOUS WIRELESS NETWORKS 

    AHMED, SYED QUTUBUDDIN (2013-12)
    With the growth of data-capable, multi-interface wireless and mobile devices, a lot of research work is being done on handover management and network selection in heterogeneous environment. Many researchers have proposed ...
  • NETWORK-LEVEL VEHICLE CRASH PREDICTIONS INCORPORATING TIME-DEPENDENT EFFECTS INTO CONSIDERATIONS 

    DAO, HOANG (2016-07)
    Maintaining highway safety is viewed as the over-arching goal of mananging transportation systems at all levels. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 37,000 people got killed and ...
  • Networks with variable resistance 

    Charlton, John R.; Nelson, Edward L. (Armour Institute of Technology, 1914)
    http://www.archive.org/details/networkswithvari00char
  • NEURAL ADAPTIVE CONTROL STRATEGY FOR HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES WITH PARALLEL POWERTRAIN 

    GURKAYNAK, YUSUF (2011-05)
    In a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) with parallel powertrain, the system can be controlled by splitting the required power between the electric propulsion machine and internal combustion engine (ICE) to meet specific goals ...
  • NEUROPATHOLOGIC CORRELATES OF BRAIN MACROSTRUCTURE 

    KOTROTSOU, AIKATERINI (2014-07)
    Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a degenerative disorder of the brain that leads to memory loss. Clinical diagnostic techniques in use today rely on mental and behavioral tests and physical ...