Browsing by Author "Lim, Shen Hin"

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  • Alignment of Short Fibres: An Overview

    Sunny, Tom; Pickering, Kim L.; Lim, Shen Hin (2017)
    Fibre orientation is a major factor influencing composite performance; research, largely on synthetic fibre composites, supports that the best mechanical performances are achieved in composites when fibres are aligned in ...
  • Alkali treatment of hemp fibres for the production of aligned hemp fibre mats for composite reinforcement

    Sunny, Tom; Pickering, Kim L.; Lim, Shen Hin (Springer, 2020)
    The main objective of this study was to produce aligned hemp fibre mats from high strength hemp fibres using dynamic sheet forming (DSF). Alkali treatment of hemp fibre was carried out at ambient and high temperature to ...
  • Application of Onset Theory to Onset of Transverse Cracking in Fabric Composites

    Lim, Shen Hin; Pearce, G.; Kelly, D.; Prusty, B.G.; Crosky, A. (2015)
    A paper presented at ICCM-19 included a methodology for application of Onset Theory to the prediction of microcracking in the transverse plies of orthogonal [0/90] fabric laminates. This paper applies the methodology to ...
  • Ground Plane Segmentation of Time-of-Flight Images for Asparagus Harvesting

    Peebles, Matthew; Lim, Shen Hin; Streeter, Lee; Duke, Mike; Au, Chi Kit (IEEE, 2018)
    A key task in processing time-of-flight images for the detection of asparagus spears is the identification and segmentation of the ground plane. In this paper, we aim to compare the performance of RANSAC with a modified ...
  • Workspace analysis of Cartesian robot system for kiwifruit harvesting

    Au, Chi Kit; Barnett, Josh; Lim, Shen Hin; Duke, Mike (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020)
    Purpose – This paper aims to investigate if a Cartesian robot system for kiwifruit harvesting works more effectively and efficiently than an articulated robot system. The robot is a key component in agricultural automation. ...

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