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Source : MISHA

HOUSEHOLD (THE) AS THE FOUNDATION OF ARISTOTLE'S POLIS

NAGLE, D. BRENDAN (2006)

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Source : HAL

Mona Lisa saved by the Griffith theory: Assessing the crack propagation risk in the wooden support of a panel painting

Gril, Joseph et al. (mai 2006)

International audience A 2D finite elements model of the wooden support of Mona Lisa painting was developed to estimate the risk of propagation of the existing crack due to the restraining action of the frame, using observations on the wood structire and panel geometry and measurements of the forces ...

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Source : CSIC

The View from Above. Overview and Comparison of Low Cost Aerial Photographic Techniques

Eppich, Rand et al. (2011)

Work presented at the XXIII CIPA Symposium held in Prague, Czech Republic - 12/16 September 2011, more information at http://cipa.icomos.org/index.php?id=69. [EN] The view from above a structure, archaeological site or artwork gives conservators a unique perspective and powerful tool with which to ...

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Source : DANS

Reliability of quay walls using finite element analysiscalibration of partial safety factors in quay wall design by probabilistic plaxis calculations

Wolters, H.J. et al. (26 juin 2013)

During the last two years, CUR committee 183 has worked on the upgrade of the Dutch Quay Walls handbook (CUR 211), which is to be published in 2013. Two of the main elements that are considered in this new edition are the addition of Finite Element analysis (FEM) as a method for design, comparable ...

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Source : DANS

Disorder and transport of silver in some layered metal sulfides

Gerards, Anthonius Gijsbertus (1987)

The chemical and physical properties of compounds with a layered structure are strongly determined by the two-dimensional nature of the bonding, viz. strong bonding within the layers and much weaker bonds between the layers; graphite is an example of such and anisotropic solid. the layered ...

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Source : DANS

Liquid crystal phase transitions in suspensions of polydisperse plate-like particles

Kooij, F.M. van der et al. (24 août 2000)

Colloidal suspensions that form periodic self-assembling structures on sub-micrometre scales are of potential technological interest; for example, three-dimensional arrangements of spheres in colloidal crystals might serve as photonic materials, intended to manipulate light. Colloidal particles with ...

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Source : DANS

Surface decomposition of Pb2Sr2(Ca,Y)Cu3O8+δ at room temperature studied with high-resolution electron microscopy

Zandbergen, H.W. et al. (1 déc. 1989)

High-resolution electron microscopy shows that Pb2Sr2(Ca,Y)Cu3O8+δ is sensitive to air at room temperature. Planar defects are induced by exposure to air. These planar defects are due to a depletion of Pb and Cu from the three-layer block: PbO-Cu□-PbO, □ being a vacancy. Once these blocks are ...

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Source : IRD

Fulbe movement into Southwestern Adamawa from 1835 to the present

Blench, R. (1991)

The argument of the paper is that the same pressures that pushed Fulbe in Cameroon to colonise the high-altitude grassland were at work in Nigeria. The movement into the Jos Plateau was followed by expansion into the Mambila, Shebshi, Fali and Falinga grasslands, with serious consequences for the ...

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Source : Centres et labs SHS

Chronique des fouilles en ligne,AGIA TRIADA,2008,788

d’Athènes,British School at Athens, École français (3 mars 2010)

Agia Triada. V. La Rosa (SAIA/Catania) reports on the 2008 excavation season, which focused on the large stoa in the so-called agora, which can be assigned to a late phase of LMIIIA2 (2nd half of the 14thCt BC). A reconstruction of the monument made in 2005 proposed the working hypothesis that the ...

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Source : DANS

Plastic nets in agiculture ; a general review of types and applications

Castellano, S. et al. (2008)

At the moment, there are a large number of agricultural net types on the market characterized by different structural features such as type of material, type and dimensions of threads, texture, mesh size, porosity / solidity and weight; by radiometric properties like color, transmissivity/ ...

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