Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search


Welcome to Repository@Hull

The Repository@Hull is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



Latest Additions

Stimuli-responsive mechanically interlocked molecules constructed from cucurbit[n]uril homologues and derivatives (2023)
Journal Article
Liu, J., Chen, K., & Redshaw, C. (2023). Stimuli-responsive mechanically interlocked molecules constructed from cucurbit[n]uril homologues and derivatives. Chemical Society Reviews, https://doi.org/10.1039/d2cs00785a

Cucurbit[n]uril supramolecular chemistry has developed rapidly since 2001 when different cucurbit[n]uril homologues (Q[n]) were successfully separated in pure form. The combination of Q[n] cavity size and various types of external stimuli has given b... Read More about Stimuli-responsive mechanically interlocked molecules constructed from cucurbit[n]uril homologues and derivatives.

Density stratification controls the bedform phase diagram of saline‐gravity currents versus open‐channel flows (2023)
Journal Article
Ohata, K., de Cala, I., Dorrell, R. M., Naruse, H., McLelland, S. J., Simmons, S. M., & McCaffrey, W. D. (in press). Density stratification controls the bedform phase diagram of saline‐gravity currents versus open‐channel flows. Sedimentology, https://doi.org/10.1111/sed.13075

Sedimentary bedforms such as ripples and dunes are generated both by river flows and sediment-laden gravity currents. Gravity current deposits are usually parameterized using existing bedform phase diagrams which are based on data from laboratory exp... Read More about Density stratification controls the bedform phase diagram of saline‐gravity currents versus open‐channel flows.

Using UAV-Based Photogrammetry Coupled with In Situ Fieldwork and U-Pb Geochronology to Decipher Multi-Phase Deformation Processes: A Case Study from Sarclet, Inner Moray Firth Basin, UK (2023)
Journal Article
Tamas, A., Holdsworth, R. E., Tamas, D. M., Dempsey, E. D., Hardman, K., Bird, A., …Selby, D. (2023). Using UAV-Based Photogrammetry Coupled with In Situ Fieldwork and U-Pb Geochronology to Decipher Multi-Phase Deformation Processes: A Case Study from Sarclet, Inner Moray Firth Basin, UK. Remote Sensing, 15(3), Article 695. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs15030695

Constraining the age of formation and repeated movements along fault arrays in superimposed rift basins helps us to better unravel the kinematic history as well as the role of inherited structures in basin evolution. The Inner Moray Firth Basin (IMFB... Read More about Using UAV-Based Photogrammetry Coupled with In Situ Fieldwork and U-Pb Geochronology to Decipher Multi-Phase Deformation Processes: A Case Study from Sarclet, Inner Moray Firth Basin, UK.

Learning from refugees and asylum seekers: experiences of distressing suspicious thoughts and accessing mental health support (2022)
Thesis
Whichelow, J. (2022). Learning from refugees and asylum seekers: experiences of distressing suspicious thoughts and accessing mental health support. (Thesis). University of Hull

This portfolio has three parts: a systematic literature review, an empirical paper and appendices. This thesis aims to explore the experiences of psychological distress and accessing support for refugees and asylum seekers, from the perspectives of s... Read More about Learning from refugees and asylum seekers: experiences of distressing suspicious thoughts and accessing mental health support.

Modelling of sorption-enhanced steam reforming (SE-SR) process in fluidised bed reactors for low-carbon hydrogen production: A review (2023)
Journal Article
Udemu, C., & Font-Palma, C. (2023). Modelling of sorption-enhanced steam reforming (SE-SR) process in fluidised bed reactors for low-carbon hydrogen production: A review. Fuel, 340, Article 127588. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2023.127588

Sorption-enhanced steam reforming (SE-SR) offers lower capital costs than conventional steam reforming with carbon capture, which arises from the compact makeup that allows reforming and CO2 capture to occur in a single reactor. However, the technolo... Read More about Modelling of sorption-enhanced steam reforming (SE-SR) process in fluidised bed reactors for low-carbon hydrogen production: A review.