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    • Anemómetro digital por ultrasonido 

      Bergner, Alexander Martín; Cufaro, Gabriel Agustín; Gluck, Ignacio (2019-07-23)
      "La finalidad del proyecto consiste en diseñar un anemómetro por ultrasonido que sea apto para ser instalado en una embarcación. Éste debe poder contar con una vía de comunicación con el usuario mediante un protocolo ...
    • Clasificador de nueces con cáscara 

      Castelli, Gonzalo; Castorina, Juan; Gemelli, Eduardo; Sutton, Nicolás (2020-05-17)
      "En este informe de proyecto final de la carrera de Ingeniería Electrónica se plantea la problemática existente para la clasificación de nueces en el sector agropecuario nacional y su potencial solución con el desarrollo ...
    • Clamper 

      De Ruschi, Agustín; Giannoni, Franco; Selser, Matías (2019)
      "En este informe se presenta el desarrollo y diseño de un equipo que permite medir la corriente en un circuito trifásico, enviarla a un servidor y almacenar las mediciones durante días sin conexión al Gateway. Estas ...
    • Pedalera de efectos digitales con configuración táctil 

      Sacco, Eduardo; Grayeb, Ignacio; Laurutis, Nicolás (2019-08-15)
      "El siguiente informe de proyecto final de la carrera de Ingeniería Electrónica documenta todo el proceso de creación y análisis realizado para la producción de una pedalera de efectos digitales para guitarra eléctrica ...
    • Migración de sistema ERP PSAG 

      Grgurevic, Leonardo Gabriel (2019)
      "Este proyecto va a evaluar el cambio del sistema ERP de la empresa Papelera San Andrés de Giles. Visto que el sistema ERP actual no cumple con los requerimientos crecientes de la institución, se optó por realizar un cambio ...
    • Servicios de movilidad Toyota: demanda 

      Manochi, José María (2018)
      "La presente investigación es parte del proyecto de servicio de movilidad que será desarrollado por Toyota Argentina en CABA y GBA a partir de su red de concesionarios. Puntualmente esta sección se ocupa del estudio de la ...
    • A non-centralized predictive control strategy for wind farm active power control: a wake-based partitioning approach 

      Siniscalchi-Minna, Sara; Bianchi, Fernando D.; Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos; Domínguez-García, José Luis; De Schutter, Bart (2020-05)
      "Owing to wake effects, the power production of each turbine in a wind farm is highly coupled to the operating conditions of the other turbines. Wind farm control strategies must take into account these couplings and produce ...
    • Predictive control of a 27-level asymmetric multilevel current source inverter 

      Muñoz, Javier; Soto, Bairon; Villalón, Ariel; Rivera, Marco; Cossutta, Pablo; Aguirre, Miguel Pablo (2018-10)
      "In this work a study of a 27-level asymmetric multilevel current source inverter is developed. The presented structure is composed by three current source inverters that together are in a 9:3:1 ratio to produce a current ...
    • Modulation instability in waveguides with an arbitrary frequency-dependent nonlinear coefficient 

      Linale, N.; Bonetti, Juan I.; Sánchez, Alfredo D.; Hernández, Santiago M.; Fierens, Pablo Ignacio; Grosz, Diego (2020-05)
      "In this Letter, we present, for the first time, to the best of our knowledge, the modulation instability (MI) gain spectrum of waveguides with an arbitrary frequency-dependent nonlinear coefficient ensuring strict energy ...
    • Curing process of benzoxazine systems. An experimental and theoretical study 

      Gilbert, E.; Forchetti, A.; Pesoa, Juan I.; Berkenwald, Emilio; Spontón, Marisa E.; Estenoz, Diana (2019-09)
      "A mathematical model that simulates the curing process of benzoxazine (Bz) systems is presented. The model predicts the conversion, gel point and Tg along the curing process, and considers the diffusional limitations to ...
    • Already used and candidate polymeric membranes for CO2 separation plants 

      Gutiérrez, Juan Pablo; Ale Ruiz, Elisa Liliana; Erdmann, Eleonora (2018)
      "This chapter presents the already used polymeric membranes and the potential candidates for the CO2 acid gas separation. Mainly, this work describes the characteristics of each membrane and the differences according to ...
    • Mapping spatiotemporal data to RDF: A SPARQL endpoint for Brussels 

      Vaisman, Alejandro Ariel; Chentout, Kevin (2019)
      "This paper describes how a platform for publishing and querying linked open data for the Brussels Capital region in Belgium is built. Data are provided as relational tables or XML documents and are mapped into the RDF ...
    • Modelling and querying star and snowflake warehouses using graph databases 

      Vaisman, Alejandro Ariel; Besteiro, María Florencia; Valverde Melito, Maximiliano Javier (2019)
      "In current “Big Data” scenarios, graph databases are increasingly being used. Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) operations can expand the possibilities of graph analysis beyond the traditional graphbased computation. ...
    • Data-driven simulation of pedestrian collision avoidance with a nonparametric neural network 

      Martin, Rafael F.; Parisi, Daniel R. (2020)
      "Data-driven simulation of pedestrian dynamics is an incipient and promising approach for building reliable microscopic pedestrian models. We propose a methodology based on generalized regression neural networks, which ...
    • Studying the evolution of content providers in the internet core 

      Carisimo, Esteban; Selmo, Carlos; Álvarez-Hamelin, Ignacio; Dhamdhere, Amogh (2018)
      "There is recent evidence that the core of the Internet, which was formerly dominated by large transit providers, has been reshaped after the transition to a multimedia-oriented network, first by general-purpose CDNs and ...
    • Improving lazy abstraction for SCR specifications through constraint relaxation 

      Degiovanni, Renzo; Ponzio, Pablo; Aguirre, Nazareno; Frías, Marcelo (2018)
      "Formal requirements specifications, eg, software cost reduction (SCR) specifications, are challenging to analyse using automated techniques such as model checking. Since such specifications are meant to capture requirements, ...
    • Mechanisms and conditions that affect phase inversion processes. The case of high-impact polystyrene 

      Maffi, Juan Martín; Casis, Natalia; Acuña, Pablo; Morales Balado, Graciela Elizabeth; Estenoz, Diana (2020-03)
      "The phase inversion (PI) during the bulk polymerization of the styrene–polybutadiene system (high impact polystyrene manufacturing process) is empirically and theoretically studied in this article. In the experimental ...
    • Advances in alkaline water electrolyzers: a review 

      David, Martin; Ocampo-Martinez, Carlos; Sánchez-Peña, Ricardo (2019-06)
      "The renewed concern for the care of the environment has led to lower emissions of greenhouse gases without sacrificing modern comforts. Widespread proposal focuses on energy produced from renewable sources and its subsequent ...
    • A combined experimental-computational approach for spatial protection efficacy assessment of controlled release devices against mosquitoes (Anopheles) 

      Bernier, Ulrich R.; Kline, Daniel L.; Abad Vázquez, Agustín; Perry, Melynda; Cohnstaedt, Lee W.; Gurman, Pablo; D'hers, Sebastián; Elman, Noel M. (2018-03)
      "This work describes the use of entomological studies combined with in silico models (computer simulations derived from numerical models) to assess the efficacy of a novel device for controlled release of spatial repellents. ...
    • Phenomenological based model of hydrogen production using an alkaline self-pressurized electrolyzer 

      David, Martín; Álvarez, Hernán; Ocampo-Martinez, Carlos; Sánchez-Peña, Ricardo (2019-08)
      "The aim of this work is to develop the phenomenological based modeling of a self-pressurized alkaline electrolyser with the objective of predicting the cross-contamination of the gases produced. A proposed model, built ...