Conference Publications

A. R. Miller, Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 6. Density stages. Int Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39:23 (2014) 12128–12137.

A. R. Miller, Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 5. Aerodynamic tunneling. Int Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39:23 (2014) 12120–12127.

A. R. Miller, (2013) Fuel-Cell Rail Vehicles. In: Reedijk, J. (Ed.) Elsevier Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering. Waltham, MA: Elsevier. Online date: 11 September 2013.

A. R. Miller, “Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 3. Atmospheric Merit.” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37:19 (2012) 14598-602.

A. R. Miller, “Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 4. Hydrogen propeller.” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2012;37(19):14603-611. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2012.06.079

A. Hoffrichter, A. R. Miller, S. Hillmansen, C. Roberts, “Well-to-wheel analysis for electric, diesel and hydrogen traction for railways.” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 17 (1), pp.28-34, Jan 2012. Click here to download the PDF version

A. R. Miller, “Fluted Tubes and Waisted Circles.” International Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, 1:3 (2011) 1563-1568.

A. R. Miller, “Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 2. Speed and energy.” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35:11 (2010) 5745-5753.

A. R. Miller, “Rail Vehicles: Fuel Cells.” In: Encyclopedia of Electrochemical Power Sources, Vol. 1. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2009. pp. 313-322. Juergen Garche, Chris Dyer, Patrick Moseley, Zempachi Ogumi, David Rand and Bruno Scrosati, editors.

A. R. Miller, “Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: Analysis of the concept.” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 33:8 (2008) 1995-2006.

A. R. Miller, K. S. Hess, D. L. Barnes, and T. L. Erickson, “System design of a large fuel cell hybrid locomotive.” Journal of Power Sources, 173 (2007) 935-942.

A. R. Miller, J. Peters, B. Smith, and O.A. Velev, “Analysis of fuelcell hybrid locomotives.” Journal of Power Sources, 157:2 (July 2006) 855-861.

A. R. Miller, “Least-cost hybridity analysis of industrial fuel cell vehicles.” European Fuel Cell News, Volume 7, January 2001.

A. R. Miller, “Tunneling and mining applications of fuel cell vehicles.” In: Fuel Cells Bulletin, July 2000, pp. 5 - 9.

G. C. Donovan, A. R. Miller, and T. J. Moreland, “Pathological functions for Newton’s method.” American Mathematical Monthly, 100 (1993) 53-58.

A. R . Miller, “The distribution of wearout over evolved reliability structures.” Journal of Theoretical Biology, 136 (1989) 27-46.

A. R. Miller, “A set of test life tables for theoretical gerontology.” Journal of Gerontology, 43 (1988) B43-49.

A. R. Miller, “Evolutionary reliability theory.” In: A. D. Woodhead and K. H. Thompson, eds., Evolution of Longevity in Animals, Plenum Press, New York, 1987, pp. 187-192.

A. R. Miller, “A computer model of the evolution of specific maximum lifespan.” Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, 16 (1981) 37-54.

A. R. Miller, “The electron spin resonance spectrum of suicidal fungus.” Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, 12 (1980) 393-397.

J. A. Fulton, T. D. Schlabach, J. E. Kerl, E. C. Toren Jr., and A. R. Miller, “Dual-detector-post-column reactor system for the detection of isoenzymes separated by high-performance liquid chromatography. I. Description and theory.” Journal of Chromatography, 175 (1979) 269-2841.

W. J. le Noble and A.R. Miller, “Chlorine kinetic isotope effects in the methylation of pyridine and 2,6-lutidine.” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 44 (1979) 889-891.

A. R. Miller, “Internal rotation involving a preequilibrium ring inversion.” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 44 (1979) 1934-1936.

A. R. Miller, “Base-catalyzed carbon-to-oxygen acyl rearrangement via an aromatic transition state.” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 44 (1979) 1931-1933.

A. R. Miller, “A theoretical relation for the position of the energy barrier between initial and final states of chemical reactions.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 100 (1978) 1984-1992.

W. J. le Noble, A. R. Miller, and S. D. Hamann, “A simple, empirical function describing the reaction profile, and some applications.” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 42 (1977) 338-342.

A. R. Miller, “Sterically stabilized enols. A study employing the internal rotational barriers of the destabilized ketones.” Journal of Organic Chemistry, 41 (1976) 3599-3602.

A. R. Miller and D. Y. Curtin, “Locked aryl rotation in cis-diaryl-acenaphthenes, torsionally rigid analogues of cis-1, 2-diaryl-cyclopentanes.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 98, (1976) 1860-1865.

 

 

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