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Author: Foley, Greg

Number of items: 7.

2012

Fitzsimons, Lorna and Corcoran, Brian and Young, Paul and Foley, Greg and Regan, Fiona (2012) Modelling the activity of seawater and implications for desalination exergy analyses. In: HEFAT2012 9th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 16–18 Jul 2012, Malta.

2010

Lawler, Jenny and Foley, Greg (2010) Is there a transition flux? Incorporating a research element into an undergraduate engineering laboratory. In: NAIRTL/LIN Annual Conference 2010, 6-7 October 2010, Dublin, Ireland.

2009

Foley, Greg (2009) Teaching mathematical modelling: a research based approach. In: Edtech 2009 - the Irish Educational Technology Users' Conference, 21-22 May 2009, National College of Ireland, Dublin.

2008

Freeland, Brian and Naher, Sumsun and Foley, Greg and Brabazon, Dermot (2008) Development of a heat transfer and artificial neural networks teaching laboratory practical for biotechnology students. In: ISEE-08 - International Symposium for Engineering Education, 8-10 September 2008, Dublin City University, Ireland. ISBN 1872327737

Foley, Greg (2008) Using peer review to enhance the quality of engineering laboratory reports. In: ISEE-08 - International Symposium for Engineering Education, 8-10 September 2008, Dublin City University, Ireland. ISBN 1872327737

2007

Freeland, Brian and Tobin, John M. and Foley, Greg (2007) A project and competition to design and build a simple heat exchanger. In: International Symposium for Engineering Education, ISEE-07, 17-19 September 2007, Dublin City University.

2006

Ní Mhurchú , Jenny and Foley, Greg (2006) Dead-end filtration of yeast suspensions: correlating specific resistance and flux data using artificial neural networks. Journal of Membrane Science, 281 (1-2). pp. 325-333. ISSN 0376-7388

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