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The Discrete Ordinate Method (SN) is one of the most widely used techniques to solve the linear Boltzmann equation. A commonly used technique for the generation of discrete ordinates and associated… Expand
Rechargeable sodium-ion batteries are becoming a viable alternative to lithium-based technology in energy storage strategies, due to the wide abundance of sodium raw material. In the past decade,… Expand
The numerical solution of the Linearized Boltzmann Equation (LBE) via the Discrete Ordinates method (SN) requires extensive computational resources for large 3-D neutron and gamma transport… Expand
A novel WS2-graphite dual-ion battery (DIB) is developed by combining a conventional graphite cathode and a high-capacity few-layer WS2-flake anode. The WS2 flakes are produced by exploiting wet-jet… Expand
Abstract Among the viable positive electrode materials recently proposed for Na-ion secondary batteries, Na 2 FeP 2 O 7 was investigated thanks to its facile preparation, the use of highly abundant… Expand
As renewable energy sources are taking a wider share of worldwide energy production, grids reliability and utilization efficiency are plummeting.[2,3] This is mainly due to intermittency and… Expand
Abstract Transition metal oxides have recently aroused a renewed and increasing interest as conversion anode materials for sodium ion batteries. Being their electrochemical performances strongly… Expand
Abstract Cobalt oxide fibres are synthesised via electro-spinning followed by calcination in air at 600 °C. Texture, morphology and surface composition of the fibres, as well as phase of the oxide… Expand
Among the viable positive electrode materials recently proposed for Na-ion secondary batteries, Na2FeP2O7 was investigated thanks to its facile preparation, the use of highly abundant and low cost… Expand
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