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RESEARCH AREAS AND RESEARCH TOPICS

The DRIMI PhD program is subdivided in four Sections which operate respectively in the following main Research Areas:

A) Materials for Engineering;
B) Applied Mechanics;
C) Design and Management of Integrated Logistic and Production Systems;
D) Energy, Fluid&Thermal, and Manufacturing Systems and Technologies.

In addition, various intrinsically interdisciplinary research areas are active, in particular in the framework of

E) Systems and Technologies for Human and Environmental Health and Wealth
which falls within the broad research theme of "Health and Wealth"  identified as strategic by the Brescia University for the next few years.

More precisely, the main Research Topics of these research Areas are as follows.

A) Materials for Engineering:

The field of study and research of the Section covers the development and application of materials in different fields of Engineering, with structural and functional purposes. Therefore, the main applications are in the mechanical, civil, biomedical, electronics, energy fields, as well as in industrial design and preservation of cultural heritage. The interests cover, therefore, a wide spectrum of types of materials that are different for both their nature (metals, polymers, cements, ceramics, raw materials, etc..) and for their morphological-structural or dimensional characteristics (composites, nanocomposites, nanostructured materials, thin films, etc..). The activities are divided into the following areas:

  • preparation of new materials;
  • chemical-physical and morphological-structural characterizations;
  • mechanical behavior;
  • transformation technologies;
  • structure/property relationships;
  • modification processes (chemical, thermal, surface treatements, etc);
  • environmental interactions;
  • design procedures associated with the use of non conventional materials;
  • raw materials.

B) Applied Mechanics:

The area of interest of the Secion includes machines, devices and systems for industrial and service application, with reference with the whole system and to its components (structural, actuation, measure, regulation and control).

The methodologies concern the study of the functional, kinematic, and dynamic, identification, modelling, regulation and control of complex systems and their representation, modeling and simulation focusing to the research advance as well as the development of techniques and procedure of design.

In addition, the aim of the section is the study of methods and technologies for information treatment devoted to the management and the automatic (also real-time) control of plants, processes and dynamic systems with application in several area of engineering and science.

The activity is mainly focused on:

  • robotics and industrial automation;
  • measuring, modelling, identification and analysis of systems;
  • systems for regulation and control;
  • biomechanics;
  • advanced design of systems;
  • mechanics of systems;
  • vehicle mechanics;
  • advanced manufacturing systems;
  • elaboration and management of product documentation;
  • relation between morphology, functionality, safety and perception.

C) Design and Management of Integrated Logistic and Production Systems:

The main purpose of the Section is to train specialists giving them the best high-level, scientific and technical knowledge available today on the following main themes:

  • the logistic and production systems (L&PSys), their endogenous factors about design, organization, economics, energy and management and their performance;
  • the main problems related to configuration, sizing, and management of L&PSys;
  • the ways in which the different L&PSys interact with each other, creating business networks and supply chains;
  • the main problems related to the optimization and management of the transport systems, internal and inserted into the company distribution logistic network;
  • the ways in which a L&PSys determines the operating and work conditions (environmental conditions, organizational conditions, etc..) and affect the external environment (environmental impact of processes and products);
  • aspects and methods for the design and management of safety and ergonomics in industrial plants and production processes;
  • the main problems and methods for controlling the reliability of industrial plant systems;
  • advanced and traditional design methodologies, including quantitative techniques and modeling to support decisions related to the design and management of L&PSys;
  • information and communication technology tools to support the design and management of L&PSys.

D) Energy, Fluid&Thermal, and Manufacturing Systems and Technologies:

The field of study and research of this Section are energy systems, energy technologies, mechanical technologies, methods of product engineering, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics. In the energy sector, the main research directions are toward the industrial product and complex and innovative systems of energy conversion. Also  research on basic and fundamental aspects (chemical, physical and mathematical) without immediate effects on industrial application are supported and encouraged. In the mechanical technologis sector, the main research directions are aimed to the use of industrialization techniques for new products design both with traditional and innovative methodologies, with a view of the ever-widening impact of non-conventional techniques and innovative materials processing. High priority in this research area is given to the following broad topics:

  • experimental and numerical fluid dynamics and heat transfer;
  • multiphase flows for industrial applications;
  • energy conversion systems and power production technologies;
  • processes and sensors for safety in the agro-food industry;
  • cogeneration, micro-distributed, and hybrid power facilities;
  • applied acoustics;
  • thermodynamics of irreversible and non-equilibrium phenomena;
  • multiscale methods for transport phenomena;
  • production methods for biomedical devices;
  • incremental forming;
  • hydroforming.

E) Systems and Technologies for Human and Environmental Health and Wealth

The field of study and research of this interdisciplinary theme, which currently involves several scientific disciplines in the Department, focus on wealth and human and environmental health. Wealth is intended as the condition that comprehends all aspects that determine the quality of human  life. Activities concern the develompent of methodologies and technologies that impact directlyon these themes, such as biomedical (related to human health), energetic (energy efficiency, reduction and control of environmental impact),  chemical (eco-friendly and sustainable materials and manufacturing techniques).

In this framework, in line with already ongoing research within national and international research grants, priority are being given to the following topics:

  • development of materials and manufacturing technologies for biological applications (prosthesis);
  • technologies for ash inertization;
  • rehabilitation machines;
  • low carbon energy technologies;
  • renewables energies technologies (solar, wind, hybrid solar-fossil) ;
  • water nano-filtration and purification.
     

FIVE MAIN PUBLICATIONS OF THE PhD COMMITTEE MEMBERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS:

BERETTA

  1. P. Poesio, G.P. Beretta, and T. Thorsen, Dissolution of a Liquid Microdroplet in a Nonideal Liquid-Liquid Mixture Far from Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Physical Review Letters, ISSN 0031-9007, Vol. 103, 064501 (2009).
  2. F. Di Fede, P. Poesio, and G.P. Beretta, Heat transfer enhancement in a small pipe by spinodal decomposition of a low viscosity, liquid-liquid, strongly non-regular mixture, Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 55, 897-906 (2012).
  3. G.P. Beretta, P. Iora, and A.F. Ghoniem, Novel approach for fair allocation of primary energy consumption among cogenerated energy-intensive products based on the actual local-area production scenario, Energy: the International Journal, Vol. 44, 1107-1120 (2012). doi:10.1016/j.energy.2012.04.047.
  4. G.P. Beretta, Quantum thermodynamic Carnot and Otto-like cycles for a two-level system, EPL - Europhysics Letters, ISSN 1286-4854, Vol. 99, 20005 (2012).  doi:10.1209/0295-5075/99/20005.
  5. G.P. Beretta, P. Iora, and A.F. Ghoniem, Allocating electricity production from a hybrid fossil-renewable power plant among its multi primary resources, Energy: the International Journal, Vol. 60, 344-360 (2013). doi: 10.1016/j.energy.2013.07.047.

CARNEVALE

  1. C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, E. Pisoni, and M. Volta, Neuro-Fuzzy and neural network systems for air quality control, Atmospheric Environment, 43(31):4811-4821 (2009).
  2. C. Carnevale, E. Pisoni, and M. Volta, A nonlinear analysis to detect the origin of PM10 concentrations in Northern Italy, Science of the Total Environment, 409(1):182-191 (2010).
  3. C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, G. Guariso, E. Pisoni, and M. Volta, Surrogate models to compute optimal air quality planning policies at a regional scale, Environmental Modelling and Software, 34:44-50 (2012).
  4. C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, E. Pisoni, P. Thunis, and M. Volta, The impact of thermodynamic module in the CTM performances, Atmospheric Environment, 61:652-660 (2012).
  5. G. Candiani, C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, E. Pisoni, M. Volta, A comparison of reanalysis techniques: applying optimal interpolation and ensemble Kalman filtering to improve air quality monitoring at mesoscale, Science of the Total Environment, 458-460:7-14 (2013).

CERETTI

  1. E. Ceretti, A. Attanasio, A. Fiorentino, L. Giorleo, C. Giardini, Aluminium can shaping by hydroforming: simulative feasibility study and prototype production, Int. J. Advanced Manuf. Technol., Vol. 68, pp. 1797-1807 (2013).
  2. L. Giorleo, E. Ceretti, C. Giardini. ALD coated tools in micro drilling of Ti sheet. CIRP Annals (ISSN:0007-8506), pp. 595 - 598 (2011).
  3. Attanasio, E. Ceretti, A. Fiorentino, C. Cappellini, C. Giardini. Investigation and FEM-based simulation of tool wear in turning operations with uncoated carbide tools. WEAR (ISSN:0043-1648)  Vol. 269, pp. 344 - 350 (2010).
  4. E. Ceretti, L. Fratini, F. Gagliardi, C. Giardini. A new approach to study material bonding in extrusion porthole die. CIRP Annals (ISSN:0007-8506), Vol. 58, pp. 259 - 262  (2009).
  5. A. Fiorentino, E. Ceretti, A. Attanasio, L. Mazzoni, C. Giardini (2009). Analysis of forces, accuracy and formability in positive die sheet incremental forming. International Journal of Material Forming (ISSN: 1960-6206), Volume 2, Issue 1 Supplement, pp. 805-808  (2009).

DEPERO

  1. I. Alessandri, M. Ferroni, L.E. Depero, Plasmonic Heating-Assisted Transformation of SiO2/Au Core/Shell Nanospheres (Au Nanoshells): Caveats and Opportunities for SERS and Direct Laser Writing, Plasmonics, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 129-132 (2013).
  2. D. Maiolo, S. Mitola, D. Leali, G. Oliviero, C. Ravelli, A. Bugatti, A, L.E. Depero, M. Presta, P. Bergese, Role of nanomechanics in canonical and noncanonical pro-angiogenic ligand/VEGF receptor-2 activation, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 134, Issue 35, pp. 14573-14579 (2012).
  3. Borgese, L., Salmistraro, M., Gianoncelli, A., Zacco, A., Lucchini, R., Zimmerman, N., Pisani, L., Siviero, G., Depero, L.E., Bontempi, E., Airborne particulate matter (PM) filter analysis and modeling by total reflection X-ray fluorescence (TXRF) and X-ray standing wave (XSW), Talanta, Vol. 89, pp. 99-104 (2012).
  4. Borgese, L., Zacco, A., Pal, S., Bontempi, E.a , Lucchini, R.b, Zimmerman, N., Depero, L.E., A new non-destructive method for chemical analysis of particulate matter filters: The case of manganese air pollution in Vallecamonica (Italy), Talanta, Vol. 84, Issue 1, pp. 192-198 (2011).
  5. Bontempi, E., Zacco, A., Benedetti, D., Borgese, L., Colombi, P., Stosnach, H., Finzi, G., Apostoli, P., Buttini, P., Depero, L.E., Total reflection X-ray fluorescence (TXRF) for direct analysis of aerosol particle samples, Environmental Technology, Vol. 31, Issue 5, pp. 467-477 (2010).

DOCCHIO

  1. Sansoni G., Bellandi P., Docchio F., 3D system for the measurement of tube eccentricity: an improved, rugged, easy to calibrate layout, Measurement Science & Technology (ISSN:0957-0233) Vol. 24,  035901 (2013).
  2. Sansoni G., Bellandi P.,Leoni F., Docchio F., Optoranger: a 3D pattern matching method for bin picking applications. Optics And Lasers in Engineering (ISSN:0143- 8166) , Vol. 54, pp. 222–231  (2014).
  3. Rizzoni D., Porteri E., Duse S., De Ciuceis C., Rosei CA., La Boria E., Semeraro F., Costagliola C., Sebastiani A., Danzi P., Tiberio G.A., Giulini S.M., Docchio F., Sansoni G., Sarkar A., Rosei E.A.,  Relationship between media-to-lumen ratio of subcutaneous small arteries and wall-to-lumen ratio of retinal arterioles evaluated noninvasively by scanning laser Doppler flowmetry,  Journal of Hypertension, vol. 30(6), pp. 1169-1175, (2012). ISSN: 0263-6352, doi: 10.1097/HJH.0b013e328352f81d
  4. Fumagalli Luca, Tomassini Paolo, Zanatta Marco, Docchio Franco, A 400-kHz High-Accuracy Laser Telemeter for Distributed Measurements of 3-D Profiles, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, vol. 60, pp. 1054-1060, (2011). ISSN: 0018-9456
  5. G. Sansoni, Trebeschi M, Docchio F., State-of-The-Art and Applications of 3D Imaging Sensors in Industry, Cultural Heritage, Medicine, and Criminal Investigation, Sensors, vol. 9, pp. 568-601, (2009).  ISSN: 1424-8220, doi: 10.3390/S90100568

DONZELLA

  1. Donzella G., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Competition between wear and RCF at the wheel-rail interface: some experimental evidences on a rail steel, Proc. Instn. Mech. Engrs., Part F, Vol. 223, pp. 31-44 (2009).
  2. Donzella G., Petrogalli C., A failure assessment diagram for components subjected to rolling contact loading, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.32, pp. 256-268 (2010).
  3. Donzella G., Faccoli M., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Roberti R., Progressive damage assessment in the near-surface layer of railway wheel-rail couple under cyclic contact, Wear, Vol. 271, pp. 408-416 (2011).
  4. Donzella G., Faccoli M., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Desimone H.,Influence of inclusion content on rolling contact fatigue in a gear steel: experimental analysis and predictive modeling,  Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 78, pp. 2761-2774 (2011).
  5. Avanzini A., Donzella G., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Wear and rolling contact fatigue of PEEK and PEEK composites, Tribology International, Vol. 57, pp. 22-30 (2013).

GELFI

  1. A. Arrighini, M. Gelfi, A. Pola and R. Roberti, Effect of ultrasound treatment of AlSi5 liquid alloy on corrosion resistance, Materials and Corrosion-Werkstoffe und Korrosion,  Vol. 61   Is. 3,  pp. 218-221 (2010).
  2. L. Borgese, E. Bontempi, M. Gelfi, L.E. Depero, P. Goudeau, G. Geandier, D. Thiaudiere, Microstructure and elastic properties of atomic layer deposited TiO(2) anatase thin films, Acta Materialia,  Vol. 59, Is. 7, pp. 2891-2900 (2011).
  3. Borgese, L., Gelfi, M., Bontempi, E., Goudeau, P., Geandier, G., Thiaudière, D., Depero, L.E., Young modulus and Poisson ratio measurements of TiO 2 thin films deposited with Atomic Layer Deposition, Surface and Coatings Technology, Vol. 206, Issue 8-9, pp. 2459-2463 (2012).
  4. Gelfi, M., Pola, A., Roberti, R., La Vecchia, G.M., Galli, E., Failure analysis of an electric arc furnace off-gas system, Engineering Failure Analysis, Vol. 25, pp. 42-48 (2012).
  5. Pola, A.s , Gelfi, M., La Vecchia, G.M., Simulation and validation of spray quenching applied to heavy forgings, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. 213, Issue 12,  pp. 2247-2253 (2013).

INVERNIZZI

  1. C.M. Invernizzi, T. van der Stelt, Supercritical and Real Gas Brayton Cycles Operating With Mixtures of Carbon Dioxide and Hydrocarbons, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Part A, Journal of Power and Energy, 226(5), pp. 682-693 (2012).
  2. Invernizzi C.M., Iora P., Sandrini R., Biomass Combined Cycles Based on Externally Fired Gas Turbines and Organic Rankine Expanders, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Part A, Journal of Power and Energy, Vol. 225, pp. 1066-1075 (2011).
  3. Angelino G., Invernizzi C.M.,The Role of Real Gas Brayton Cycles for Use of Liquid Natural Gas Physical Exergy, Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol. 31, pp. 827-833 (2011).
  4. Invernizzi C.M., Stirling Engines Using Working Fluids with Strong Real Gas Effects, Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol. 30, pp. 1703-1710 (2010).
  5. Bombarda P., Invernizzi C.M., Pietra C., Heat Recovery From Diesel Engines: a Thermodynamic Comparison Between Kalina and ORC Cycles, Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol. 30, pp. 212-219 (2010).

IORA

  1. Iora P., Thangavelautham J. Design of a mobile PEM power backup system through detailed dynamic and control analysis, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 37, pp. 17191-17202 (2012).
  2. Iora P., Thaer M., Chiesa. P., Brandon N.P.. A one dimensional solid oxide electrolyzer-fuel cell stack model and its application to the analysis of a high efficiency system for oxygen production, Chemical Engineering Science, vol. 80, pp. 293-305 (2012).
  3. Beretta, G.P., Iora, P., Ghoniem, A.F., 2012. Novel approach for fair allocation of primary energy consumption among cogenerated energy-intensive products based on the actual local area production scenario, Energy, vol. 44,  pp. 1107-1120 (2012).
  4. Iora P., Silva P., Innovative combined heat and power system based on a double shaft intercooled externally fired gas cycle, Applied Energy, vol. 105, pp. 108-115 (2013).
  5. Iora P., Thaer M., Chiesa. P., Brandon N.P.. A novel system for the production of pure hydrogen from natural gas based on SOFC-SOEC technology. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 35, pp. 12680-12687 (2010).

LEGNANI

  1. Legnani, G., Fassi, I., Giberti, H., Cinquemani, S., Tosi, D. A new isotropic and decoupled 6-DoF parallel manipulator, Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 58, pp. 64-81 (2012).
  2. Legnani, G., Tosi, D., Fassi, I., Giberti, H., Cinquemani, S. The "point of isotropy" and other properties of serial and parallel manipulators, Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 45 (10), pp. 1407-1423 (2010).
  3. Legnani, G., Tiboni, M. Optimal design and application of a low-cost wire-sensor system for the kinematic calibration of industrial manipulators, Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 73, pp. 25-48 (2014).
  4. Tosi, D., Legnani, G., Pedrocchi, N., Righettini, P., Giberti, H. Cheope: A new reconfigurable redundant manipulator, Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 45 (4), pp. 611-626  (2010).
  5. Visioli, A., Ziliani, G., Legnani, G. Iterative-learning hybrid force/velocity control for contour tracking,IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 26 (2), art. no. 5419059, pp. 388-393 (2010).

MAZZU’

  1. G. Donzella, M. Faccoli, A. Mazzù, C. Petrogalli, H. Desimone, Influence of inclusion content on rolling contact fatigue in a gear steel: Experimental analysis and predictive modelling, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 78, pp. 2761-2774 (2011).
  2. G. Donzella, M. Faccoli, A. Mazzù, C. Petrogalli, R. Roberti, Progressive damage assessment in the near-surface layer of railway wheel – rail couple under cyclic contact, Wear, Vol. 271, pp. 408-416 (2011).
  3. Donzella G, Mazzù A., Extension to finite life of a failure assessment diagram for contact fatigue loading, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 44, pp. 217-224 (2012).
  4. Avanzini A., Donzella G., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Wear and rolling contact fatigue of PEEK and PEEK composites, Tribology International, Vol. 57, pp. 22-30 (2013).
  5. Donzella G., Mazzù A., Petrogalli C., Failure assessment of subsurface rolling contact fatigue in surface hardened components, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 103, pp. 26-38  (2013).

PERONA

  1. Perona M., Saccani N., Zanoni S., Combining make-to-order and make-to-stock inventory policies: an empirical application to a manufacturing SME, Production Planning & Control, Vol. 20, pp. 559-575 (2009).
  2. Bacchetti A., Perona M., Saccani N., Spare parts inventory and demand management. Comparing theoretical approaches with managerial practice, Proceedings of the XVIth Euroma Conference: "Implementation – Realizing Operations Management Knowledge", Göteborg, Sweden, 14-17 June 2009.
  3. Bacchetti A., Pasotti A., Perona M., Turano, A., Improving performance in a shop floor scheduling: a SME case, Proceedings of the 16th International Working Seminar on Production Economics, Innsbruck, 1-5 March 2010.
  4. Paiola M., Saccani N., Gebauer H., Perona M., Moving from products to solutions: strategic approaches for developing capabilities, European Management Journal, Vol. 31 , pp. 390-409 (2013).
  5. Saccani N., Perona M., Sourcing and supplier relationships for servitized manufacturers, in: Crossroad of Servitization in Industry, editor Gunter Lay, Springer Berlin, 2013

POESIO

  1. M. Demori, D. Strazza, V. Ferrari, and P. Poesio. "A Capacitive Sensor System for the Analysis of Two-Phase Flows of Oil and Conductive Water". Sensors and Actuators A, 163:172-179 (2010).
  2. M. Demori, V. Ferrari, and P. Poesio, D. Strazza. "A microfluidic capacitance sensor for discrimination and characterization". Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 172(1):212-219 (2011).
  3. G. Ooms, M.J.B.M Pourquie, and P. Poesio. “Numerical study of eccentric core annular flow”. Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 42, 38-45 (2012).
  4. C. Foletti, S. Farise, B. Grassi, D. Strazza, M. Lancini, and P. Poesio. "Experimental investigation on two-phase air-high viscosity oil flow in a horizontal pipe". Chem. Eng. Sci., 66(23):5968-5975 (2011).
  5. F. Di Fede, P. Poesio, and G.P. Beretta, "Heat transfer enhancement in a small pipe by spinodal decomposition of a low viscosity, liquid-liquid, strongly non-regular mixture". Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer, 55(4):897-906 (2012).

RICCO’

  1. S. Pandini, F. Baldi, K. Paderni, M. Messori, M. Toselli, F. Pilati, A. Gianoncelli, M. Brisotto, E. Bontempi, T. Riccò, One-way and two-way shape memory behaviour of semi-crystalline networks based on sol-gel cross-linked poly(epsilon-caprolactone), Polymer, vol.54, pp. 4253-4265 (2013).
  2. S. Pandini, S. Passera, M. Messori, K. Paderni, M. Toselli, A. Gianoncelli, E. Bontempi, T. Ricco, Two-way reversible shape memory behaviour of crosslinked poly(epsilon-caprolactone), Polymer, vol. 53(9), pp. 1915-1924 (2012).
  3. F. Baldi, S. Agnelli, T. Ricco, On the applicability of the load separation criterion in determining the fracture resistance (J(Ic)) of ductile polymers at low and high loading rates, International Journal of Fracture, vol. 165(1), pp. 105-119 (2010)
  4. G. Ramorino, S. Pandini, F.Bignotti, T. Ricco, Mechanical reinforcement in natural rubber/organoclay nanocomposites, Composites Science and Technology, vol. 69 (7-8), pp. 1206-1211  (2009).
  5. F. Baldi, A. Franceschini, F. Bignotti, G. Tieghi, T. Ricco, Rheological behaviour of nano-composites based on polyamide 6 under shear and elongational flow at high strain rates, Rheologica Acta, vol. 48(1), pp. 73-88 (2009).

ZAVANELLA

  1. Hasanov P., Jaber M.Y., Zanoni S., Zavanella L., Closed-loop supply chain system with energy, transportation and waste disposal costs, International Journal of Sustainable Engineering (ISSN: 1939-7038)Vol. 6, N.4, pp. 352-358  (2013). doi: 10.1080/19397038.2012.762433.
  2. Zavanella L., Zanoni S., Chilled or frozen? Decision strategies for sustainable food supply chains, International Journal of Production Economics (ISSN:0925-5273), Vol. 140, pp. 731 - 736   (2012).
  3. R. Kleber, S. Zanoni, L. Zavanella, On how buyback and remanufacturing strategies affect the profitability of spare parts supply chains, International Journal of Production Economics (ISSN:0925-5273), Vol. 133(1), pp. 135 - 142  (2011).
  4. Zavanella L; Zanoni S., A one-vendor multi-buyer integrated production-inventory model: The "Consignment stock" case, International Journal of Production Economics (ISSN:0925-5273), Vol. 118,  pp. 225 - 232  (2009).
  5. Jaber, M.Y., Zanoni, S., Zavanella, L.E. An entropic economic order quantity (EnEOQ) for items with imperfect quality, Applied Mathematical Modelling (ISSN:0307-904X) Vol. 37, pp. 3982-3992 (2013).

ZENONI

  1. M. Agnello, ...various other authors, A. Zenoni, A. Gal, First observation of the hyper superheavy hydrogen, Nuclear Physics A, Vol. 881, pp. 269-287 (2012), doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2012.02.015
  2. M. Agnello, ...various other authors, A. Zenoni, and A. Gal, Search for the neutron-rich hypernucleus _{Λ}^{9}He, Physical Review C, ISSN 0556-2813, Vol 86, 057301, (2012), doi:10.1103/PhysRevC.86.057301
  3. M. Agnello, ...various other authors, A. Zenoni, and A. Gal, Evidence for Heavy Hyperhydrogen _{Λ}^{6}H, Physical Review Letters, ISSN 0031-9007, Vol. 108, 042501 (2012), doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.042501
  4. M. Agnello, ...various other authors, and A. Zenoni, Hypernuclear spectroscopy with K- at rest on 7Li, 9Be, 13C and 16O, Physics Letters B, ISSN 0370-2693, Vol. 698, pp. 219-225, (2011), doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2011.02.060
  5. M. Agnello, ...various other authors, A. Zenoni, and G. Garbarino,Neutron–proton coincidences from Non-Mesonic Weak Decay of p-shell Λ-hypernuclei and determination of the two-nucleon induced process, Physics Letters B, ISSN 0370-2693, Vol. 701, pp. 556-561 (2011), doi={10.1016/j.physletb.2011.06.035}

GIARDINI

  • E. Ceretti, L. Fratini, F. Gagliardi, C. Giardini, New approach to study material bonding in extrusion porthole dies, Annals of the CIRP, Vol. 58/1, pp. 259-262 (2009).
  • E. Ceretti, C. Giardini, Influence of geometrical parameters on material welding in porthole die extrusion: FE analysis, Trans. Of the North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME, vol. 38, pp. 467-474 (2010).
  • L. Giorleo, E. Ceretti, C. Giardini, ALD coated tools in micro drilling of Ti sheet, Annals of the CIRP, Vol. 60/1, pp.  595-598 (2011).
  • K.P. Monroy Vázquez, A. Attanasio, E. Ceretti, H. R. Siller, N. J. Hendrichs Troeglen, C. Giardini, Evaluation of Superficial and Dimensional Quality Features in Metallic Micro-Channels Manufactured by Micro-End-Milling, Materials, Vol. 6, pp. 1434-1451 (2013), doi:10.3390/ma6041434
  • G. D'Urso, M. Longo, C. Giardini, Mechanical and metallurgical analyses of longitudinally friction stir welded tubes: the effect of process parameters, International Journal of Materials and Product Technology, Vol. 46 (2-3), pp. 177-196, (2013).

MUTINELLI

  • M. Mutinelli and L. Piscitello, Italy - Outward FDI from Italy and its policy context, in Sauvant K.P., Jost T., Davies K., Poveda Garcés A.M., Inward and Outward FDI Country Profiles, Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, Chapter 9, pp. 157-169 (2011).
  • M. Mutinelli and L. Piscitello, Italy. Inward FDI and its policy context, 2011, in P. Sauvant, P. Mallampally, McAllister G. (eds.), Inward and Outward Country Profiles, Second Edition, Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, ISSN 2159-2268, Chapter 12, pp. 332-346 (2013).
  • M. Mutinelli and L. Piscitello, Italy. Outward FDI and its policy context, 2012, in P. Sauvant, P. Mallampally, McAllister G. (eds.), Inward and Outward Country Profiles, Second Edition, Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, ISSN 2159-2268, Chapter 12, pp. 362-375 (2013).
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