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Single-Photon Imaging

Single-Photon Imaging



Peter Seitz, Albert J. P. Theuwissen, "Single-Photon Imaging"
S inger | 2011 | ISBN: 3642184421 | 369 pages | PDF | 7,8 MB The acquisition and interpretation of images is a central capability in almost all scientific and technological domains. In particular, the acquisition of electromagnetic radiation, in the form of visible light, UV, infrared, X-ray, etc. is of enormous practical importance. The ultimate sensitivity in electronic imaging is the detection of individual photons. With this book, the first comprehensive review of all aspects of single-photon electronic imaging has been created. Topics include theoretical basics, semiconductor fabrication, single-photon detection principles, imager design and applications of different spectral domains. Today, the

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Developments in Heat Transfer

Developments in Heat Transfer



Marco Aurelio dos Santos Bernardes, "Developments in Heat Transfer"
Publisher: InTech | ISBN: 9533075693 | 2011 | PDF | 688 pages | 41 MBThis book comprises heat transfer fundamental concepts and modes (specifically conduction, convection and radiation), bioheat, entransy theory development, micro heat transfer, high temperature applications, turbulent shear flows, mass transfer, heat pipes, design optimization, medical therapies, fiber-optics, heat transfer in surfactant solutions, landmine detection, heat exchangers, radiant floor, packed bed thermal storage systems, inverse space marching method, heat transfer in short slot ducts, freezing an drying mechanisms, variable property effects in heat transfer, heat transfer in electronics and process industries,

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General Relativity and John Archibald Wheeler

General Relativity and John Archibald Wheeler



Ignazio Ciufolini, Richard A. Matzner - General Relativity and John Archibald Wheeler
Publisher: S??ringer | 2010-06-30 | ISBN: 9048137349 | PDF | 560 pages | 12.20 MBObservational and experimental data pertaining to gravity and cosmology are changing our view of the Universe. General relativity is a fundamental key for the understanding of these observations and its theory is undergoing a continuing enhancement of its intersection with observational and experimental data. These data include direct observations and experiments carried out in our solar system, among which there are direct gravitational wave astronomy, frame dragging and tests of gravitational theories from solar system and spacecraft observations. This book explores John Archibald Wheelers seminal and

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