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The sharing economy in social media - analyzing tensions between…

How is the sharing economy framed and who are the main actors driving current developments? Drawing upon Social Media Analytics (SMA) for the purpose of institutional analysis, we track the formation of the sharing economy in Sweden, its actors and their impact. Our findings reveal that the sharing economy in Sweden currently encompasses a wide variety of both non-market and market practices. Discussions

Institutionen för teknikens ekonomi och organisation

Study of a permanent magnet motor for an electric car during…

Permanent magnet synchronous motors are often used in drive trains for electric and hybrid vehicles. They are exposed to high loading, temperature and sometimes to short circuit of the stator. The short circuit currents are analysed with the use of Maxwell and Simulink. The nonlinear inductances are calculated in Maxwell and used in a Simulink model by means of interpolation. In this report, the

Institutionen för energi och miljö

Enhanced growth of neural networks on cellulose-derived carbon…

Tissue engineering is a prospective method for solving the problem of recovery from neurodegenerative disorders as it helps to grow healthy neural tissue using supportive scaffolds. Biocompatible scaffolds with mechanical stability, appropriate topography and electrical conductivity previously demonstrated efficient results in neural tissue engineering applications. In this study, we present sustainable

Institutionen för kemi och kemiteknik

Dependency of cohesive laws of a structural adhesive in Mode-I…

In recent years, adhesive bonding has found its way to construction applications such as bridges. Given the harsh conditions that such structures are usually exposed to, it is necessary to account for environmental factors, particularly moisture and temperature, in the design phase. Cohesive zone modelling has attracted much attention in the last decade as a promising method to design adhesive joints.

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