Welcome to DR-NTU (Restricted Access)

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  • Research Reports (Staff & Graduate Students)
  • Student Reports (e.g. FYPs, IA reports)
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  • Users' perception on a shared pathway (PMD users' perspective) 

    Koh, Yong Xiang (2018-12-11)
    Since the introduction of personal mobility devices (PMDs) onto current footways, there have been several incidents and disagreements surfaced by both the pedestrians and the PMD users. The rising occurrences of PMDs to ...
  • Poop pictures : mothers' social labor as seen in vernacular smartphone 

    Li, Yuling (2018-12-11)
    This study examines how mothers of young children in Singapore engage in vernacular smartphone photography. Through interviews with 24 women, it explores the different types of pictures that they take in the course of ...
  • Users perception on a shared pathway (pedestrians' perspective) 

    Neo, De Sheng (2018-12-11)
    With sudden spike in Personal Mobility Devices (PMD) users in shared footway in recent years, the rate of accidents occurring on the footway increased tremendously with many of such cases being life threatening. Though ...
  • Modelling and controller design for tilt quadplane 

    Raj, Raunak (2018-12-11)
    Tilt rotor quadplane is a relatively new concept for the world which empowers the fixed wing vehicle with the Vertical Take-Off and Landing capability. VTOL will not only help remove the dependency of the aircraft on a ...
  • Nonlinear modelling and control of a quadplane 

    Sheikh Moheed Muzaffar (2018-12-11)
    Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) capabilities of fixed-wing UAV is currently being researched because of its ability to takeoff/land like rotor-craft, yet transition to forward flight like a fixed-wing. This removes ...

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