Contributors: Hossein Abbaspour, Carsten Drebenstedt
... This introduces a software called “TEcESaS Indexes”, which is produced through the Venapp tool of Vensim software. This software, which works based on system dynamics modeling, is used to model the technical, economic, environmental, safety and social factors related to the transportation systems including Truck-Shovel and IPCCs. For more details about the definition and calculation of these factors, interested readers are referred to the works done in the provided links below. For benefiting all the features of the software, you need to install Vensim DSS. However, for having partial access to some features, especially simulation, you just will need to install Vensim Reader through the following link: https://vensim.com/vensim-model-reader/
Contributors: Hossein Abbaspour, Carsten Drebenstedt
... The AHP method was developed in Java programming language and the Sustainability Index software was created to enable users to easily handle the process of selecting the best transportation system among Truck-Shovel and IPCC systems for a mine project. This software can be run just by importing the outputs of the TEcESaS Indexes software as its inputs.
Data for: Multivariate Event Detection Methods for Non Intrusive Load Monitoring in Residential Buildings
Contributors: Sarra Houidi, Dominique Fourer, Houda Ben Attia Sethom, Francois AUGER, Laurence Miègeville
... The Power_time_series.txt file contains the 34 electrical features related to power that were computed using current and voltage acquisitions made using our own acquisition system based on an Arduino MKR Zero microcontroller with a sampling frequency of 6.25 kHz (see reference "Design of an electricity consumption measurement system for Non Intrusive Load Monitoring", IEEE IREC 2019 from the same authors). In the text file the power time series correspond to the active power P, its harmonic order Pk, where k is ranging between 1 and 15 and the sum of the harmonics PH. There are also the reactive power Q, its harmonic order Qk, where k is ranging between 1 and 15 and the sum of the harmonics QH. All these 34 features are ordered by columns as follows: P, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8, P9, P10, P11, P12, P13, P14, P15, PH, Q, Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9, Q10, Q11, Q12, Q13, Q14, Q15, QH These power time series correspond to the same scenario of 12 appliances (microwave, a DVD player, a fan, a screen, a vacuum, a waffle iron, a hair dryer, an iron, a flat iron, a mixer, a CFL and a LED lamp) that are randomly switched on/off every 3 seconds during almost one hour and half. This results in almots 1200 events of diferrent appliances. The text file Events_time_stamping.txt contains the time stamps of each events that were hand-labelled after inspecting the signals. Timestamps of the labeled events were adjusted to match the transitions. The text file Events_labelling corresponds to the labelling of each events (which appliance is responsable of the event). Finally, the file MultivriateAbruptChangeDetectors.pdf is a repport containing the mathematicla derivation of each investigated detector in details.
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Contributors: Oscar Pupo Roncallo, Javier Campillo, Derek Ingham, Kevin Hughes, Mohammed Pourkashanian
... Data produced for the analysis and development of a high temporal resolution model for the Colombian energy system. The information presented here was collected from international agencies and domestic organisations (SIEL, XM, IEA, UPME, ACOLGEN, IDEAM) and finally filtered and processed. It includes electricity hourly demand data from 2012-2016, natural water inflows time series, renewable energy sources (RES) production distributions and energy exports and imports.
Appendices for Research Article: "Using open-source software and digital imagery to efficiently and objectively quantify cover density of an invasive alien plant species"
Contributors: Julien CARLIER, Eithne Davis, Sara Ruas, Dolores Byrne, Joe Caffrey, Neil Coughlan, Jamie Dick, Frances Lucy
... Appendices 1-6 for Research Article: "Using open-source software and digital imagery to efficiently and objectively quantify cover density of an invasive alien plant species".
Data for: Green water on a fixed structure due to incident bores: guidelines and database for model validations regarding flow evolution
Contributors: Jassiel V. Hernández-Fontes, Paulo de Tarso Esperanca, JUAN BARCENAS, Sergio Sphaier, Rodolfo Silva
... This repository contains Supplementary Material of the article: "Hernández-Fontes J.V., Esperança P.T.T., Barcenas J.F., Sphaier S.H., Silva R. Green water on a fixed structure due to incident bores: guidelines and database for model validations regarding flow evolution. Water. 2019". The database includes time series of water elevations for the five repetitions of C1-C5, for EXP1 and EXP2, captured by CAM1 and CAM2 (see the article for reference), which can be employed to perform model validations. The "Info.pdf" document includes details regarding the data files.
Contributors: Jie Zhang
... This dataset enables temperature simulation of the fused filament fabrication(FFF) process with Matlab. Dynamic temperature fields T(x,y,z,t) subjected to 14 variables (heat capacity c(p,T), density ρ(p,T), thermal conductivity λ, nozzle temperature T_n, plate temperature T_p, air temperature above the place T_a, room temperature T_∞, nozzle diameter ϕ, part length L, part width W, part height H,layer thickness ℏ, travelling speed v, convective coefficient h) combinations become available. There will be updates on more functionality in a newer version soon. See more in the readme.pdf This algorithm also applies in a few other extrusion-temperature based additive manufacturing (AM) techniques with proper adaptations.
A Novel Optimization-Based Tool to Automate Infeasible Cycle-Free Gapfilling of Genome-Scale Metabolic Models, Schroeder and Saha
Contributors: Wheaton Schroeder, Rajib Saha
... Dataset related to the paper of the same title submitted for publication in the journal iScience. The abstract is as follows.
Contributors: Daniela Jovanovska
... Providing information on the spatial distribution of habitat groups through land cover classification is useful for a wide range of environmental studies, especially those monitoring and managing succession and land cover change. While Corine Land Cover is widely used in standardised land cover comparisons, its strength is primarily its use in coarse scale analyses over large extent. Recently available Sentinel-2 combined with wide availability of open-source remote sensing software allows customised fine-scale land cover classifications to suit research projects applied over a smaller extent. In this regard, this study aims to test the suitability of Sentinel-2 imagery in providing a customised land cover classification for Shar Planina mountain range in North Macedonia, hoping that the results will serve as a background for assessment of its landscape visual quality as part of the ongoing PhD study (Jovanovska, D. 2018-2021). The results show that use of Sentinel-2 multiband high resolution images allows customized medium-large scale image classification that yields great accuracy results. Furthermore, frequent updating of Sentinel-2 database allows comparability and standardised land cover change analysis for the purpose of environmental monitoring. The resulting land cover data classification is uploaded as an .ASCII file accompanied with corresponding .lyr file and can serve as a background for subsequent environmental studies in the region. Finally, any further improvements of the final output, as well as trials on its suitability in studies with different aim and scope are encouraged and welcomed.