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Accounting for water formation from hydrocarbon fuel combustion in life cycle analyses
E.L. Belmont, F.T. Davidson, Y.R. Glazer, E.A. Beagle and M.E. Webber
Advanced Diode-Laser Absorption Sensors for Combustion Monitoring and Control
E.R. Furlong, D.S. Baer, R.M. Mihalcea, M.E. Webber, and R.K. Hanson
Advanced Diode-Laser Sensors for Closed-Loop Control of a Forced-Vortex Combustor
E.R. Furlong, R.M. Mihalcea, M.E. Webber, D.S. Baer, and R.K. Hanson
Agricultural ammonia sensor using diode lasers and photoacoustic spectroscopy
M.E. Webber, T. MacDonald, M.B. Pushkarsky, C.K.N. Patel, Y. Zhao, N. Marcillac and F.M. Mitloehner
Algae: Pond Powered Biofuels
D. Wogan, A.K. da Silva, M.E. Webber, and E. Stautberg
Alternative Sources of Water for Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas
M.A. Cook, A.S. Stillwell, M.E. Webber and C.W. King
Alternative Water Sources for Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas
M.A. Cook, C.W. King, A.S. Stillwell, and M.E. Webber
Alternative Water Sources for Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas
M.A. Cook, A.S. Stillwell, C.W. King, and M.E. Webber
An Assessment of Individual Foodprints Attributed to Diets and Food Waste in the United States
Catherine Birney, Katy F Franklin, F Todd Davidson and Michael E Webber
An Evaluation of Energy Storage Options for Nuclear Power
J. Coleman, S. Bragg-Sitton, E. Dufek, S.C. Johnson, J.D. Rhodes, F.T. Davidson, and M.E. Webber,
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