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## Genetic parameter estimates for live weight and daily live weight gain obtained for Nellore bulls in a test station using different models

## XML Encoding of Features Describing Rule-Based Modeling of Reaction Networks with Multi-Component Molecular Complexes

## Body composition analysis: Cellular level modeling of body component ratios

## Discontinuous Galerkin formulation for multi-component multiphase flow

## Assessing intervention fidelity in a multi-level, multi-component, multi-site program: the Children’s Healthy Living (CHL) program

## On the origin of multi-component bulk metallic glasses: Atomic size mismatches and de-mixing

## Cosmic Ray Excesses from Multi-component Dark Matter Decays

## Interpretation of the emission line spectra of Seyfert 2 galaxies by multi-component photoionization models

## Conformal Matrix Models as an Alternative to Conventional Multi-Matrix Models

## Coarse-graining polymer solutions: a critical appraisal of single- and multi-site models

## Gravothermal oscillations in multi-component models of star clusters

## Solitons in Multi-Component Nonlinear Schrodinger Models: A Survey of Recent Developments

## Spitzer Survey of Stellar Structure in Galaxies (S$^4$G). The Pipeline 4: Multi-component decomposition strategies and data release

## Revisiting Multi-Component Dark Matter with New AMS-02 Data

## A near-infrared census of the multi-component stellar structure of early-type dwarf galaxies in the Virgo cluster

## Multi-Component Dark Matter

## Correlation modeling for compression of computed tomography images

## Study of multi-component fuel premixed combustion using direct numerical simulation

## The Spitzer Survey of Stellar Structure in Galaxies (S^4G): Multi-component Decomposition Strategies and Data Release

## Magnetic Manipulation and Assembly of Multi-component Particle Suspensions

This thesis will investigate previously unexplored concepts in magnetic manipulation including controlling the assembly of magnetic and nonmagnetic particles either in bulk fluid or near a substrate. Both uniform glass interfaces and substrates with magnetic microstructures are considered. The main goal of this work is to discuss new strategies for implementing magnetic assembly systems that are capable of exquisitely controlling the positions and orientations of single-component as well as multi-component particle suspensions, including both magnetic and non-magnetic particles. This work primarily focuses on controlling spherical particles; however, there are also several demonstrations of controlling anisotropically shaped particles, such as microrods and Janus colloids.

Throughout this work, both conventional magnetophoresis and inverse magnetophoresis techniques were employed, the latter relying on ferrofluid, i.e. a suspension of magnetic nanoparticles in a nonmagnetic carrier fluid, which provides a strong magnetic permeability in the surrounding fluid in order to manipulate effectively non-magnetic materials. In each system it was found that the dimensionless ratio between magnetic energy and thermal energy could be successfully used to describe the degree of control over the positions and orientations of the particles. One general conclusion drawn from this work is that the ferrofluid can be modeled with a bulk effective permeability for length scales on the order of 100 nm. This greatly reduces modeling requirements since ferrofluid is a complex collection of discrete nanoparticles...