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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.



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Comparison of Nonlinear Wave-Loading Models on Rigid Cylinders in Regular Waves (2019)
Journal Article
Mockutė, A., Marino, E., Lugni, C., & Borri, C. (2019). Comparison of Nonlinear Wave-Loading Models on Rigid Cylinders in Regular Waves. Energies, 12(21), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.3390/en12214022

Monopiles able to support very large offshore wind turbines are slender structures susceptible to nonlinear resonant phenomena. With the aim to better understand and model the wave-loading on these structures in very steep waves where ringing occurs... Read More about Comparison of Nonlinear Wave-Loading Models on Rigid Cylinders in Regular Waves.

Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China (2019)
Journal Article
Jin, M., Kearney, F., Li, Y., & Yang, Y. C. (in press). Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China. Journal of Futures Markets, https://doi.org/10.1002/fut.22084

This study conducts an investigation of intraday time‐series momentum across four Chinese commodity futures contracts: copper, steel, soybean, and soybean meal. Our results indicate that the first half‐hour return positively predicts the last half‐ho... Read More about Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China.

Critical dependence of morphodynamic models of fluvial and tidal systems on empirical downslope sediment transport (2019)
Journal Article
Baar, A. W., Boechat Albernaz, M., van Dijk, W. M., & Kleinhans, M. G. (2019). Critical dependence of morphodynamic models of fluvial and tidal systems on empirical downslope sediment transport. Nature communications, 10(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-12753-x

The morphological development of fluvial and tidal systems is forecast more and more frequently by models in scientific and engineering studies for decision making regarding climate change mitigation, flood control, navigation and engineering works.... Read More about Critical dependence of morphodynamic models of fluvial and tidal systems on empirical downslope sediment transport.

Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms (2019)
Journal Article
Mainelli, M. R., Leitch, M., & Demetis, D. (in press). Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms. Ledger, 4, 48-67. https://doi.org/10.5915/LEDGER.2019.130

A cryptocurrency needs a relatively stable value if it is to fulfill the traditional functions of money and be useful as a currency. To achieve this, controls are needed within the ecosystem of the cryptocurrency. Although a simulation cannot predict... Read More about Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms.

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