Vous êtes ici : Accueil › Recherche
› RECHERCHER
Titre
Auteur
Mot-clé
Année avant
Année après
Plus d'options

› AFFINER

› RESULTATS DE LA RECHERCHE  
8949 résultats › Tri  › Par 
LCSH_x
Source : DANS

Process Intensification in Crystallization: Submicron Particle Generation Using Alternative Energy Forms

Radacsi, N. (1 oct. 2012)

Crystallization is one of the oldest separation and product formation techniques that continues to be in use today. Despite its long history, it only started to develop significantly in the past few decades. In this thesis, the application of Process Intensification in crystallization is ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : DANS

Poly(dimethylsiloxane)-poly(ethyleneoxide)-heparin block copolymers. I. Synthesis and characterization

Grainger, D.W. et al. (1988)

Amphiphilic block copolymers containing poly(dimethylsiloxane), poly(ethylene oxide), and heparin (PDMS-PEO-Hep) have been prepared via a series of coupling reactions using functionalized prepolymers, diisocyanates, and derivatized heparins. All intermediate steps of the synthesis yield quantifiable ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : DANS

Advanced glycation endproducts and their receptor in different body compartments in COPD

Hoonhorst, Susan J M et al. (2016)

BACKGROUND: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease characterized by chronic airway inflammation and emphysema, and is caused by exposure to noxious particles or gases, e.g. cigarette smoke. Smoking and oxidative stress lead to accelerated formation and accumulation of ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : HAL

Attitudes towards foreign products and welfare with capital mobility

Callois, J.M. et al. (2010)

We develop a model of trade with imperfect competition to study the welfare implications in developing and developed countries of the asymmetry in attitudes towards foreign products. In the developed country, consumers benefit from a better perception of foreign products while the rental rate of ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : UPV

Concurrent engineering applied to key industrial sectors

Juárez Varón, David et al. (2015)

The use of advanced techniques in work, such as concurrent engineering, on the development of projects implies that all areas involved participate from the start of the primary phases. Getting a correct product is the main target, with an estimated term and controlled and reduced costs. Working with ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : DANS

Model and Measurement Methodology for the Analysis of Consumer Choice of Food Products

Wierenga, Berend (1 janv. 1983)

textabstractThis paper considers the problem of a consumer purchasing a food product within a certain product class (e. g. meat, bread, vegetables, soft drinks, cheese) and making a choice from the different alternatives that are available.

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : UPV

Sustainability assessment of active packaging incorporating nanomaterials

ZHANG, HAI (19 déc. 2016)

Packaging plays an important role in ensuring food safety and quality. The development antimicrobial packaging enables actively inhibiting/killing the spoilage microorganisms, and thus extending food product's shelf life. Generally, 50% shelf life extension is possible. The interest for using ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : DANS

Biological hydrogen production from sweet sorghum by thermophilic bacteria

Claassen, P.A.M. et al. (2004)

Sweet sorghum cultivation was carried out in South-west Greece. The fresh biomass yield was about 126 t/ha. Stalks weight accounts for 82% of total crop weight while leaves and panicle account for 17% and 1%, respectively. The major components in variety 'Keller' stalks were, based on dry weight, ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : DANS

Carbon NanoFiber supported Catalysts for the Deoxygenation of Fatty Acids and Derivatives

Gosselink, R.W. (10 sept. 2013)

The use of sustainable resources such as biomass is of growing importance to cope with the increasing energy demand. In this respect, vegetable oil/fat feedstocks as alternatives for fuels and chemicals are of interest, due to their structural similarities to fossil fuels, i.e. long hydrocarbon ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource