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    • Processing and environmental effects on composite repairs 

      Elaldi F.; Elaldi P. (2012)
      The scarf-joint technique is one of the latest techniques used for repairing composite aircraft structures. But this technique is mostly used at depot level repairing activities since it requires autoclave and other ...
    • A study on curing processes and environmental effects for rapid composite repair 

      Elaldi F.; Elaldi P. (2011)
      This article focuses on scarf joint comprised of vacuum-precured, vacuum-cocured, autoclave-procured, and autoclave-cocured composite patches bonded to autoclave- and vacuum-precured parent laminates. Autoclave- and ...
    • Time-resolved XPS analysis of the SiO2/Si system in the millisecond range 

      Demirok, U. K.; Ertas, G.; Suzer, S. (2004)
      By applying voltage pulses to the sample rod while recording the spectrum, we show, for the first time, that it is possible to obtain a time-resolved XPS spectrum in the millisecond range. The Si 2p spectrum of a silicon ...
    • XPS characterization of Au (core)/SiO2 (shell) nanoparticles 

      Tunc, I.; Suzer, S.; Correa-Duarte, M. A.; Liz-Marzán, L. M. (American Chemical Society, 2005)
      Core-shell nanoparticles with ca. 15-nm gold core and 6-nm silica shell were prepared and characterized by XPS. The Au/Si atomic ratio determined by XPS is independent of the electron takeoff angle because of the concentric ...