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上松敬禧 [ほか] 著
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美浦隆 [ほか] 著
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出版情報: Singapore : World Scientific
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Anders Nilsson, Jens K. Norskov, Lars Pettersson, Lars G.M. Pettersson
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Irvin Glassman, Nick G. Glumac, Richard A. Yetter
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Prologue
Preface
Chemical Thermodynamics and Flame Temperatures / Chapter 1:
Introduction / A:
Heats of reaction and formation / B:
Free energy and the equilibrium constants / C:
Flame temperature calculations / D:
Analysis / 1:
Practical considerations / 2:
Sub- and super sonic combustion thermodynamics / E:
Comparisons
Stagnation pressure considerations
Problems
Chemical Kinetics / Chapter 2:
Rates of reactions and their temperature dependence
The Arrhenius rate expression
Transition state and recombination rate theories
Simultaneous interdependent reactions
Chain reactions
Pseudo-first-order reactions and the "fall-off" range
The partial equilibrium assumption / F:
Pressure effect in fractional conversion / G:
Chemical kinetics of large reaction mechanisms / H:
Sensitivity analysis
Rate of production analysis
Coupled thermal and chemical reacting systems / 3:
Mechanism simplification / 4:
Explosive and General Oxidative Characteristics of Fuels / Chapter 3:
Chain branching reactions and criteria for explosion
Explosion limits and oxidation characteristics of hydrogen
Explosion limits and oxidation characteristics of carbon monoxide
Explosion limits and oxidation characteristics of hydrocarbons
Organic nomenclature
Explosion limits
"Low-temperature" hydrocarbon oxidation mechanisms
The oxidation of aldehydes
The oxidation of methane
Low-temperature mechanism
High-temperature mechanism
The oxidation of higher-order hydrocarbons
Aliphatic hydrocarbons
Alcohols
Aromatic hydrocarbons
Supercritical effects
Flame Phenomena in Premixed Combustible Gases / Chapter 4:
Laminar flame structure
The laminar flame speed
The theory of Mallard and Le Chatelier
The theory of Zeldovich, Frank-Kamenetskii, and Semenov
Comprehensive theory and laminar flame structure analysis
The laminar flame and the energy equation
Flame speed measurements / 5:
Experimental results: physical and chemical effects / 6:
Stability limits of laminar flames
Flammability limits
Quenching distance
Flame stabilization (low velocity)
Stability limits and design
Flame propagation through stratified combustible mixtures
Turbulent reacting flows and turbulent flames
The rate of reaction in a turbulent field
Regimes of turbulent reacting flows
The turbulent flame speed
Stirred reactor theory
Flame stabilization in high-velocity streams
Combustion in small volumes / I:
Detonation / Chapter 5:
Premixed and diffusion flames
Explosion, deflagration, and detonation
The onset of detonation
Detonation phenomena
Hugoniot relations and the hydrodynamic theory of detonations
Characterization of the Hugoniot curve and the uniqueness of the C-J point
Determination of the speed of sound in the burned gases for conditions above the C-J point
Calculation of the detonation velocity
Comparison of detonation velocity calculations with experimental results
The ZND structure of detonation waves
The structure of the cellular detonation front and other detonation phenomena parameters
The cellular detonation front
The dynamic detonation parameters
Detonation limits
Detonations in nongaseous media
Diffusion Flames / Chapter 6:
Gaseous fuel jets
Appearance
Structure
Theoretical considerations
The Burke-Schumann development
Turbulent fuel jets
Burning of condensed phases
General mass burning considerations and the evaporation coefficient
Single fuel droplets in quiescent atmospheres
Burning of droplet clouds
Burning in convective atmospheres
The stagnant film case
The longitudinally burning surface
The flowing droplet case
Burning rates of plastics: The small B assumption and radiation effects
Ignition / Chapter 7:
Concepts
Chain spontaneous ignition
Thermal spontaneous ignition
Semenov approach of thermal ignition
Frank-Kamenetskii theory of thermal ignition
Forced ignition
Spark ignition and minimum ignition energy
Ignition by adiabatic compression and shock waves
Other ignition concepts
Hypergolicity and pyrophoricity
Catalytic ignition
Environmental Combustion Considerations / Chapter 8:
The nature of photochemical smog
Primary and secondary pollutants
The effect of NO[subscript x]
The effect of SO[subscript x]
Formation and reduction of nitrogen oxides
The structure of the nitrogen oxides
The effect of flame structure
Reaction mechanisms of oxides of nitrogen
The reduction of NO[subscript x]
SO[subscript x] emissions
The product composition and structure of sulfur compounds
Oxidative mechanisms of sulfur fuels
Particulate formation
Characteristics of soot
Soot formation processes
Experimental systems and soot formation
Sooting tendencies
Detailed structure of sooting flames
Chemical mechanisms of soot formation
The influence of physical and chemical parameters on soot formation / 7:
Stratospheric ozone
The HO[subscript x] catalytic cycle
The NO[subscript x] catalytic cycle
The ClO[subscript x] catalytic cycle
Combustion of Nonvolatile Fuels / Chapter 9:
Carbon char, soot, and metal combustion
Metal combustion thermodynamics
The criterion for vapor-phase combustion
Thermodynamics of metal-oxygen systems
Thermodynamics of metal-air systems
Combustion synthesis
Diffusional kinetics
Diffusion-controlled burning rate
Burning of metals in nearly pure oxygen
Burning of small particles - diffusion versus kinetic limits
The burning of boron particles
Carbon particle combustion (C. R. Shaddix)
Practical carbonaceous fuels (C. R. Shaddix)
Devolatilization
Char combustion
Pulverized coal char oxidation
Gasification and oxy-combustion
Soot oxidation (C. R. Shaddix)
Appendixes
Thermochemical Data and Conversion Factors / Appendix A:
Conversion factors and physical constants / Table A1:
Thermochemical data for selected chemical compounds / Table A2:
Thermochemical data for species included in reaction list of Appendix C / Table A3:
Adiabatic Flame Temperatures of Hydrocarbons / Appendix B:
Adiabatic flame temperatures / Table B1:
Specific Reaction Rate Constants / Appendix C:
H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C1:
CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C2:
CH[subscript 2]O/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C3:
CH[subscript 3]OH/CH[subscript 2]O/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C4:
CH[subscript 4]/CH[subscript 3]OH/CH[subscript 2]O/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C5:
C[subscript 2]H[subscript 6]/CH[subscript 4]/CH[subscript 3]OH/CH[subscript 2]O/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C6:
Selected reactions of a C[subscript 3]H[subscript 8] oxidation mechanism / Table C7:
N[subscript x]O[subscript y]/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C8:
HCl/N[subscript x]O[subscript y]/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C9:
O[subscript 3]/N[subscript x]O[subscript y]/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C10:
SO[subscript x]/N[subscript x]O[subscript y]/CO/H[subscript 2]/O[subscript 2] mechanism / Table C11:
Bond Dissociation Energies of Hydrocarbons / Appendix D:
Bond dissociation energies of alkanes / Table D1:
Bond dissociation energies of alkenes, alkynes, and aromatics / Table D2:
Bond dissociation energies of C/H/O compounds / Table D3:
Bond dissociation energies of sulfur-containing compounds / Table D4:
Bond dissociation energies of nitrogen-containing compounds / Table D5:
Bond dissociation energies of halocarbons / Table D6:
Flammability Limits in Air / Appendix E:
Flammability limits of fuel gases and vapors in air at 25[degree]C and 1 atm / Table E1:
Laminar Flame Speeds / Appendix F:
Burning velocities of various fuels at 25[degree]C air-fuel temperature (0.31 mol% H[subscript 2]O in air). Burning velocity S as a function of equivalence ratio [phi] in cm/s / Table F1:
Burning velocities of various fuels at 100[degree]C air-fuel temperature (0.31 mol% H[subscript 2]O in air). Burning velocity S as a function of equivalence ratio [phi] in cm/s / Table F2:
Burning velocities of various fuels in air as a function of pressure for an equivalence ratio of 1 in cm/s / Table F3:
Spontaneous Ignition Temperature Data / Appendix G:
Spontaneous ignition temperature data / Table G1:
Minimum Spark Ignition Energies and Quenching Distances / Appendix H:
Minimum spark ignition energy data for fuels in air at 1 atm pressure / Table H1:
Programs for Combustion Kinetics / Appendix I:
Thermochemical parameters
Kinetic parameters
Transport parameters
Reaction mechanisms
Thermodynamic equilibrium
Temporal kinetics (Static and flow reactors)
Stirred reactors
Shock tubes
Premixed flames
Diffusion flames / J:
Boundary layer flow / K:
Detonations / L:
Model analysis and mechanism reduction / M:
Author Index
Subject Index
Prologue
Preface
Chemical Thermodynamics and Flame Temperatures / Chapter 1:
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Jiyuan Tu, Chaoqun Liu, Guan Heng Yeoh
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007
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Masuo Hosokawa, Makio Naito, Kiyoshi Nogi
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Robert W. Boyd
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Academic Press, 2008
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Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
The Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 1:
Introduction to Nonlinear Optics / 1.1:
Descriptions of Nonlinear Optical Processes / 1.2:
Formal Definition of the Nonlinear Susceptibility / 1.3:
Nonlinear Susceptibility of a Classical Anharmonic Oscillator / 1.4:
Properties of the Nonlinear Susceptibility / 1.5:
Time-Domain Description of Optical Nonlinearities / 1.6:
Kramers-Kronig Relations in Linear and Nonlinear Optics / 1.7:
Problems
References
Wave-Equation Description of Nonlinear Optical Interactions / 2:
The Wave Equation for Nonlinear Optical Media / 2.1:
The Coupled-Wave Equations for Sum-Frequency Generation / 2.2:
Phase Matching / 2.3:
Quasi-Phase-Matching / 2.4:
The Manley-Rowe Relations / 2.5:
Sum-Frequency Generation / 2.6:
Second-Harmonic Generation / 2.7:
Difference-Frequency Generation and Parametric Amplification / 2.8:
Optical Parametric Oscillators / 2.9:
Nonlinear Optical Interactions with Focused Gaussian Beams / 2.10:
Nonlinear Optics at an Interface / 2.11:
Quantum-Mechanical Theory of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 3:
Introduction / 3.1:
Schrodinger Calculation of Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 3.2:
Density Matrix Formulation of Quantum Mechanics / 3.3:
Perturbation Solution of the Density Matrix Equation of Motion / 3.4:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Linear Susceptibility / 3.5:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Second-Order Susceptibility / 3.6:
Density Matrix Calculation of the Third-Order Susceptibility / 3.7:
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency / 3.8:
Local-Field Corrections to the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 3.9:
The Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / 4:
Descriptions of the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / 4.1:
Tensor Nature of the Third-Order Susceptibility / 4.2:
Nonresonant Electronic Nonlinearities / 4.3:
Nonlinearities Due to Molecular Orientation / 4.4:
Thermal Nonlinear Optical Effects / 4.5:
Semiconductor Nonlinearities / 4.6:
Concluding Remarks / 4.7:
Molecular Origin of the Nonlinear Optical Response / 5:
Nonlinear Susceptibilities Calculated Using Time-Independent Perturbation Theory / 5.1:
Semiempirical Models of the Nonlinear Optical Susceptibility / 5.2:
Model of Boling, Glass, and Owyoung
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Conjugated Polymers / 5.3:
Bond-Charge Model of Nonlinear Optical Properties / 5.4:
Nonlinear Optics of Chiral Media / 5.5:
Nonlinear Optics of Liquid Crystals / 5.6:
Nonlinear Optics in the Two-Level Approximation / 6:
Density Matrix Equations of Motion for a Two-Level Atom / 6.1:
Steady-State Response of a Two-Level Atom to a Monochromatic Field / 6.3:
Optical Bloch Equations / 6.4:
Rabi Oscillations and Dressed Atomic States / 6.5:
Optical Wave Mixing in Two-Level Systems / 6.6:
Processes Resulting from the Intensity-Dependent Refractive Index / 7:
Self-Focusing of Light and Other Self-Action Effects / 7.1:
Optical Phase Conjugation / 7.2:
Optical Bistability and Optical Switching / 7.3:
Two-Beam Coupling / 7.4:
Pulse Propagation and Temporal Solitons / 7.5:
Spontaneous Light Scattering and Acoustooptics / 8:
Features of Spontaneous Light Scattering / 8.1:
Microscopic Theory of Light Scattering / 8.2:
Thermodynamic Theory of Scalar Light Scattering / 8.3:
Acoustooptics / 8.4:
Stimulated Brillouin and Stimulated Rayleigh Scattering / 9:
Stimulated Scattering Processes / 9.1:
Electrostriction / 9.2:
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (Induced by Electrostriction) / 9.3:
Phase Conjugation by Stimulated Brillouin Scattering / 9.4:
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Gases / 9.5:
Stimulated Raman Scattering and Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering / 9.6:
The Spontaneous Raman Effect / 10.1:
Spontaneous versus Stimulated Raman Scattering / 10.2:
Stimulated Raman Scattering Described by the Nonlinear Polarization / 10.3:
Stokes-Anti-Stokes Coupling in Stimulated Raman Scattering / 10.4:
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering / 10.5:
Stimulated Rayleigh-Wing Scattering / 10.6:
The Electrooptic and Photorefractive Effects / 11:
Introduction to the Electrooptic Effect / 11.1:
Linear Electrooptic Effect / 11.2:
Electrooptic Modulators / 11.3:
Introduction to the Photorefractive Effect / 11.4:
Photorefractive Equations of Kukhtarev et al. / 11.5:
Two-Beam Coupling in Photorefractive Materials / 11.6:
Four-Wave Mixing in Photorefractive Materials / 11.7:
Optically Induced Damage and Multiphoton Absorption / 12:
Introduction to Optical Damage / 12.1:
Avalanche-Breakdown Model / 12.2:
Influence of Laser Pulse Duration / 12.3:
Direct Photoionization / 12.4:
Multiphoton Absorption and Multiphoton Ionization / 12.5:
Ultrafast and Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics / 13:
Ultrashort Pulse Propagation Equation / 13.1:
Interpretation of the Ultrashort-Pulse Propagation Equation / 13.3:
Intense-Field Nonlinear Optics / 13.4:
Motion of a Free Electron in a Laser Field / 13.5:
High-Harmonic Generation / 13.6:
Nonlinear Optics of Plasmas and Relativistic Nonlinear Optics / 13.7:
Nonlinear Quantum Electrodynamics / 13.8:
Problem
Appendices
The SI System of Units / A:
Further reading
The Gaussian System of Units / B:
Systems of Units in Nonlinear Optics / C:
Relationship between Intensity and Field Strength / D:
Physical Constants / E:
Index
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
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Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff
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Preface
About the Author
Air Pollution / 1:
Overview / 1.1:
The National Emissions Inventory / 1.2:
Criteria Air Pollutants / 1.3:
Carbon Monoxide / 1.3.1:
Lead / 1.3.2:
Nitrogen Dioxide / 1.3.3:
Particulate Matter / 1.3.4:
Ozone / 1.3.5:
Sulfur Dioxide / 1.3.6:
NAAQS / 1.3.7:
Comparing Emissions / 1.4:
National Emissions Inventory / 1.4.1:
Toxics Release Inventory / 1.4.2:
Mercury Releases / 1.5:
Solid Wastes / 2:
Coal Combustion Byproducts / 2.1:
Regulations / 2.3:
Origins and General Properties of Fly Ash / 2.4:
Flue-Gas Desulfurization Material / 2.5:
Toxic Heavy Metals Found in Fly Ashes / 2.6:
Beneficial Ash Characteristics and Markets / 2.7:
Radioactive Constituents / 2.8:
Old and New Generation Technologies / 3:
Stoker-Fired Coal Combustion / 3.1:
Pulverized-Coal Combustion / 3.3:
Cyclone Coal Combustion / 3.4:
Fluidized-Bed Combustion / 3.5:
Pressurized Fluidized-Bed Combustion Systems / 3.5.1:
Gasification / 3.6:
Comparing Energy Costs / 3.7:
Carbon Capture and Sequestration / 4:
Introduction / 4.1:
Factors Influencing GHG Emissions / 4.2:
Emissions Trading Scheme / 4.3:
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Technologies / 4.4:
Safety and Environmental Setbacks / 4.4.1:
Recycling and New Markets / 4.4.2:
Commercial Status / 4.5:
Improving Efficiencies / 4.6:
The TVA Ash Spill / 5:
Facility Background / 5.1:
Coal Sources and Quantities / 5.3:
Solid Waste Storage / 5.4:
Ash Analysis / 5.5:
The Spill / 5.6:
Facility Environmental Footprint / 5.7:
Airborne Releases from the Spill Incident / 5.8:
Exceedances and Excursions / 5.9:
Toxins Released / 5.10:
An Estimate of the Releases to Air / 5.11:
Industry-Wide Problem / 5.12:
Recommended Sources
Glossary
Index
Preface
About the Author
Air Pollution / 1:
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Lawrence C. Kuo
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Elsevier Science & Technology, 2011
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Tools / Part I:
Designing a Diverse High Quality Library for Crystallography Based FBDD Screening / Brett A. Tounge ; Michael H. Parker1:
Preparation of Protein Samples for NMR Structure, Function, and Small-Molecule Screening Studies / Thomas B. Acton ; Rong Xiao ; James Aramini ; William A. Buchwald ; Colleen Ciccosanti ; Ken Conover ; Keith Hamilton ; Yuanpeng Janet Huang ; Haleema Janjua ; Paolo Rossi ; Seema Sharma ; G.V.T.Swapna ; Huang Wang ; Li Zhao ; Gaetano T. Montelione2:
Key Factors for Successful Generation of Protein-Fragment Structures: Requirements on Protein, Crystals, and Technology / Anja Jestel ; Stefan Steinbacher3:
Automated Crystal Amplification and Compound Dispensation for FBDD Analysis / Francis A. Lewandowski ; Cynthia M. Milligan4:
Hardware and Protocols for Rapid Fragment Based Structure Determination / Richard S. Alexander ; John C. Spurlino5:
Using Computational Techniques in Fragment-Based Drug Discovery / Renee L. DesJarlais6:
Computational Approaches to De Novo Discovery of Fragment Binding for Unprecedented Protein States / Zenon D. Konteatis ; Jinming Zou ; Anthony E. Klon ; Siavash Meshkat7:
Practical Approaches / Part II:
How to Avoid Rediscovering the Known / Lawrence C. Kuo8:
From Experimental Design to Data Analysis: A Comprehensive Walk-Through of Fragment Identification Using Surface Plasmon Resonance / Anthony M. Giannetti9:
Practical Aspects of NMR Based Fragment Screening / Christopher Lepre10:
Fluorescent Protein Thermal Shifts to Identify Low Molecular Weight Fragments / James K. Kranz ; Matthew J. Todd11:
A HTS Reporter Displacement Assay for Fragment Screening and Fragment Evolution Towards Leads with Optimized Binding Affinity, Binding Kinetics, and Kinetic Selectivity / Lars Neumann12:
Fragment Screening of Stabilized G-Protein Coupled Receptors Using Biophysical Methods / Miles Congreve ; Fiona H. Marshall ; David Myszka ; Gregg Siegal13:
Predicting the Success of a Fragment Screening by X-Ray Crystallography / Douglas Davies ; Lance Stewart14:
Fragment Screening Purely with Protein Crystallography / 15:
Structure Density Relationship Based FBDD / Marta C. Abad ; Xuqing Zhang ; Alan C. Gibbs16:
Lead Generation Examples / Part III:
Lead Generation and Examples - Opinions Regarding How to Follow Up Hits / Masaya Orita ; Kazuki Ohno ; Masaichi Warizaya ; Yasushi Amano ; Tatsuya Niimi17:
High Throughput Thermodynamics for Selection of Fragment Hits and Guidance of Fragment Evolution / 18:
Medicinal Chemistry Inspired Fragment Based Drug Discovery / James C. Lanter ; Zhihua Sui19:
Experiences in Fragment-Based Lead Discovery / Roderick E. Hubbard ; James B. Murray20:
Advancing Fragment Binders to Lead Like Compounds Using Ligand and Protein Based NMR Spectroscopy / Till Maurer21:
Effective Progression of NMR-Directed Fragment Hits / Hugh Eaton ; Daniel Wyss22:
Fragment Screening of Infectious Disease Targets in a Structural Genomics Environment / 23:
Tools / Part I:
Designing a Diverse High Quality Library for Crystallography Based FBDD Screening / Brett A. Tounge ; Michael H. Parker1:
Preparation of Protein Samples for NMR Structure, Function, and Small-Molecule Screening Studies / Thomas B. Acton ; Rong Xiao ; James Aramini ; William A. Buchwald ; Colleen Ciccosanti ; Ken Conover ; Keith Hamilton ; Yuanpeng Janet Huang ; Haleema Janjua ; Paolo Rossi ; Seema Sharma ; G.V.T.Swapna ; Huang Wang ; Li Zhao ; Gaetano T. Montelione2:
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Christopher Bettinger, Jeffrey Borenstein, Jeffrey T. Borenstein, Sarah Tao, Sarah L. Tao
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Materials and Microfabrication Techniques / Part I:
Device Design / Part II:
Microfluidic Systems for Engineered Tissues / Part III:
In Vitro Microfluidic Cell Culture Systems / Part IV:
Materials and Microfabrication Techniques / Part I:
Device Design / Part II:
Microfluidic Systems for Engineered Tissues / Part III:
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Ioan D. Marinescu, W. Brian Rowe
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Hideaki Adachi, Isaku Kanno, Hidetoshi Kotera, Kiyotaka Wasa
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Thin Film and Nano-materials
Thin Film and Nanomaterial Processes
Sputtering Phenomena
Computer Simulation of Sputtering
Sputtering Systems
Deposition of Compound Thin Films
Nanometer Materials and Devices
Microfabrications
Appendix
List of Acronyms
Index
Thin Film and Nano-materials
Thin Film and Nanomaterial Processes
Sputtering Phenomena
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Lisa Satterwhite, Lisa L. Satterwhite, Natan T. Shaked, Zeev Zalevsky
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Introduction to phase microscopy and nanoscopy for biomedical applications (1 chapter)
Phase contrast microscopy, engineering and application (2 chapters)
Differential interference contrast microscopy engineering and application (3 chapters)
Digital holographic phase microscopy (5 chapters)
Phase microscopy by optical coherence tomography, engineering and application (2 chapters)
Tomographic phase microscopy (1 chapter)
Polarization microscopy (1 chapter)
Plasmonic nanoParticles as contrast agents for phase nanoscopy, engineering and application (2 chapters)
Introduction to phase microscopy and nanoscopy for biomedical applications (1 chapter)
Phase contrast microscopy, engineering and application (2 chapters)
Differential interference contrast microscopy engineering and application (3 chapters)
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Yehuda B. Band, Yshai Avishai
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Introduction to Nanotechnology and Information-Technology / 1:
The Formalism of Quantum Mechanics / 2:
Angular Momentum and Spin / 3:
Quantum Information / 6:
Quantum Dynamics and Correlations / 7:
Approximation Methods 371 / 8:
Identical Particles / 9:
Electronic Properties of Solids / 10:
Electronic Structure of Multi-Electron Systems / 11:
Molecules / 12:
Scattering Theory / 13:
Many-Body Theory / 14:
Density Functional Theory / 15:
Quantum Dots and Other Low-Dimensional Systems / 16:
Decoherence and Dissipation / 17:
Linear Algebra / A:
Probability Theory / B:
Some Simple Ordinary Differential Equations / C:
Vector Analysis / D:
Fourier Analysis / E:
Symmetry and Group Theory / F:
Introduction to Nanotechnology and Information-Technology / 1:
The Formalism of Quantum Mechanics / 2:
Angular Momentum and Spin / 3:
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M. V. Cook
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Preface
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Systems of axes and notation / Chapter 2:
Static equilibrium and trim / Chapter 3:
The equations of motion / Chapter 4:
The solution of the equations of motion / Chapter 5:
Longitudinal dynamics / Chapter 6:
Lateral-directional dynamics / Chapter 7:
Manoeuvrability / Chapter 8:
Stability / Chapter 9:
Flying and handling qualities / Chapter 10:
Stability augmentation / Chapter 11:
Aerodynamic modelling / Chapter 12:
Aerodynamic stability and control derivatives / Chapter 13:
Coursework studies / Chapter 14:
Flight in a non-steady atmosphere / Chapter 15:
Appendices
Index
Preface
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Systems of axes and notation / Chapter 2:
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Gary G. Tibbetts
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Burlington : Elsevier, 2013
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Introduction / 1:
Elements of scientific thinking / 2:
Christopher Columbus discovers the "Indies" / 3:
Antoine Lavoisier and Joseph Priestley both tested the befuddling phlogiston theory / 4:
Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction but failed to unify electromagnetism and gravitation / 5:
Wilhelm Röntgen intended to study cathode rays but ended up discovering x-rays / 6:
Max Plank, the first superhero of quantum theory, saved the universe from the ultraviolet catastrophe / 7:
Albert Einstein attacked the problem "Are atoms real?" from several angles / 8:
Nils Bohr modeled the hydrogen atom as a quantized system with compelling exactness / 9:
Conclusions, status of science, and lessons for our time / 10:
Introduction / 1:
Elements of scientific thinking / 2:
Christopher Columbus discovers the "Indies" / 3:
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Jerry M. Fischer
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Introduction to Plastics Processing
Shrinkage and Warpage / 2:
Causes of Molded-Part Variation: Part Design / 3:
Causes of Molded-Part Variation: Material / 4:
Causes of Molded-Part Variation: Mold Design / 5:
Causes of Molded-Part Variation: Processing / 6:
Factors Affecting Post-Mold Shrinkage and Warpage / 7:
Controlling Mold and Post-Mold Shrinkage and Warpage / 8:
Computer-Aided Analysis / 9:
Case Studies / 10:
Data / 11:
Conversion Factors and Equivalents / Appendix A:
Abbreviations, Acronyms and Material Names / Appendix B:
Glossary
Introduction to Plastics Processing
Shrinkage and Warpage / 2:
Causes of Molded-Part Variation: Part Design / 3:
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Sina Ebnesajjad
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Introduction to Use of Plastics in Food Packaging / 1:
Polypropylene Films / 2:
PE based multilayer film structures / 3:
Multilayer oriented films / 4:
Development of Barrier Film for Food Packaging / 5:
Applications of Polypropylene Films / 6:
New technologies in food packaging: Overview / 7:
Introduction to active food packaging technologies / 8:
Introduction to modified atmosphere packaging / 9:
Modified atmosphere packaging of ready-to-eat foods / 10:
Preservative packaging for fresh meats, poultry, and fin fish / 11:
Oxygen-scavenging packaging / 12:
Antimicrobial packaging systems / 13:
Damage Reduction to Food Products during Transportation and Handling / 14:
Food Packaging Machinery / 15:
Compostable Polymer Properties and Packaging Applications / 16:
Waste Management in Food Packaging Industries / 17:
A Survey of Regulatory Aspects of Food Packaging / 18:
Introduction to Use of Plastics in Food Packaging / 1:
Polypropylene Films / 2:
PE based multilayer film structures / 3:
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Allan S. Hoffman, Jack E. Lemons, Buddy D. Ratner, Frederick J. Schoen, Society for Biomaterials.
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Preface
How to Use This Text
Introduction
Materials Science and Engineering / Part 1:
Properties of Materials / Section 1.1:
Classes of Materials Used in Medicine / Section 1.2:
Biology and Medicine / Part 2:
Some Background Concepts / Section 2.1:
Host Reactions to Biomaterials and Their Evaluation / Section 2.2:
Biological Testing of Biomaterials / Section 2.3:
Degradation of Materials in the Biological Environment / Section 2.4:
Applications of Biomaterials / Section 2.5:
Applications of Biomaterials in Functional Tissue Engineering / Section 2.6:
Practical Aspects of Biomaterials / Part 3:
Implants, Devices, and Biomaterials: Special Considerations / Section 3.1:
Voluntary Standards, Regulatory Compliance and Non-Technical Issues / Section 3.2:
Perspectives and Possibilities in Biomaterials Science / Part 4:
Appendices
Index
Preface
How to Use This Text
Introduction
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W. L. F. Armarego, Christina Li Lin Chai
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Aliphatic Compounds Alicyclic Compounds Aromatic Compounds Heterocyclic Compounds Miscellaneous Compounds of As, B, P, Si, Se and Te 10
Inorganic Compounds Metal-Organic Compounds Catalysts Amino acids & Peptides Proteins, Enzymes, DNA and RNA Carbohydrates Carotenoids Steroids Miscellaneous Compounds Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Aliphatic Compounds Alicyclic Compounds Aromatic Compounds Heterocyclic Compounds Miscellaneous Compounds of As, B, P, Si, Se and Te 10
Inorganic Compounds Metal-Organic Compounds Catalysts Amino acids & Peptides Proteins, Enzymes, DNA and RNA Carbohydrates Carotenoids Steroids Miscellaneous Compounds Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
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Alfred Rudin, Phillip Choi
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Jiri George Drobny, Plastics Design Library.
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Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction / 1:
Radiation Types and Sources / 1.1:
Ionizing Radiations / 1.2:
Gamma Rays / 1.2.1:
X-Rays / 1.2.2:
EB Radiation / 1.2.3:
Ion Beam Radiation / 1.3:
Laser Beam Radiation / 1.4:
References
Recommended Further Reading
Fundamentals of Radiation Chemistry and Physics / 2:
Interaction of High-Energy Electrons with Organic Matter / 2.1:
Interaction of Ionic Radiation with Polymeric Materials / 2.2.1:
Equipment Used for Radiation Processing of Polymers / 3:
γ-Ray Irradiation Equipment / 3.1:
EB Irradiation Equipment / 3.2:
Design and Operation of Industrial EB Reactors / 3.2.1:
Commercial EB Reactors-Their Performance and Use / 3.2.2:
Laboratory EB Units / 3.2.3:
X-Ray Processing Equipment / 3.3:
Current Developments in EB Processing Equipment and Technology / 3.4:
Electron Beam Processes / 4:
Methods to Enhance EB Radiation Cross-linking by Prorads / 4.1:
Indirect Cross-link Promoters / 4.2.1:
Direct Cross-link Promoters / 4.2.2:
Retarders of Radiation Cross-linking / 4.3:
Electron Beam Processing of Commercial Polymers, Monomers, and Oligomers / 5:
Processing of Thermoplastics / 5.1:
Processing of Polyolefins / 5.1.1:
Polystyrene / 5.1.2:
Polyvinyl Chloride and Polyvinylidene Chloride / 5.1.3:
Polymethacrylates and Polyacrylates / 5.1.4:
Fluoroplastics / 5.1.5:
Engineering Plastics / 5.1.6:
EB Processing of Elastomers / 5.2:
Physical Properties of Radiation Cross-linked Elastomers / 5.2.1:
Effects of Radiation on Individual Elastomers / 5.2.2:
EB Processing of Liquid Systems / 5.3:
Grafting and Other Polymer Modifications / 5.4:
Grafting / 5.4.1:
Other Polymer Modifications / 5.4.2:
Industrial Applications of Ionizing Radiation / 6:
EB Process in Wire and Cable Technology / 6.1:
Equipment and Processes in Cable Manufacture / 6.1.1:
Radiation Equipment and Process in W&C Manufacture / 6.1.2:
Materials / 6.1.3:
Recent Developments and Trends / 6.1.4:
EB Process in Tire Technology / 6.2:
EB Process in the Manufacture of Polyolefin Foams / 6.3:
Foam Expansion and its Control / 6.3.1:
Manufacturing Processes / 6.3.2:
Comparison of Chemical and Radiation Processes / 6.3.3:
Applications of Polyolefin Foams / 6.3.4:
EB Process in the Production of Heat-Shrinkable Materials / 6.4:
Heat-Shrinkable Tubing / 6.4.1:
Heat-Shrinkable Sheets and Films / 6.4.2:
Cross-linked PE Pipes / 6.5:
Irradiation of PE Pipes / 6.5.1:
EB Process in Coatings, Adhesives, Paints, and Printing Inks / 6.6:
Magnetic Media / 6.6.1:
Coatings / 6.6.2:
Printing and Graphic Arts / 6.6.3:
Adhesives / 6.6.4:
Production of Fluoroadditives / 6.7:
Radiation Curing of Polymeric Composites / 6.8:
Advanced Fiber-Reinforced Composites / 6.8.1:
Other Composite Materials / 6.8.2:
Hydrogels / 6.9:
Sterilization of Medical Devices / 6.10:
Other Applications for Ionizing Radiation / 6.11:
Battery Separators / 6.11.1:
Filter Membranes / 6.11.2:
Artificial Joints / 6.11.3:
Radiation-Resistant Polymers and Their Applications / 7:
Degradation and Stability / 7.1:
Radiation-Induced Degradation in the Absence of Oxygen / 7.1.1:
Radiation Degradation in Air / 7.1.2:
Radiation Resistance of Specific Polymers / 7.1.3:
Applications of Radiation-Resistant Polymers / 7.2:
Aerospace Applications / 7.2.1:
Radiation Sterilization / 7.2.2:
Nuclear Industry Applications / 7.2.3:
Dosimetry and Real-Time Process Monitoring / 8:
Dosimetry / 8.1:
Real-Time Monitors / 8.2:
Safety and Hygiene / 9:
EB Equipment Health and Safety / 9.1:
Personal Radiation Monitoring / 9.1.1:
Radiation Monitoring Systems / 9.1.2:
γ-Ray Health and Safety / 9.2:
Chemical Hazards / 9.3:
Current State of Technology and Trends / 10:
Current New Developments and Trends in Equipment and Chemistry / 10.1:
New Developments and Trends in Equipment / 10.1.1:
Ultralow-Energy EB Systems / 10.1.2:
Low-Profile Systems / 10.1.3:
Integrated Shield Roll / 10.1.4:
EB Systems Based on Sealed Tube Emitters / 10.1.5:
4 in 1 Flexible Packaging Line / 10.1.6:
New Developments and Trends in Chemistry / 10.1.7:
New Developments and Trends in Process Technology / 10.2:
Other New Developments and Trends / 10.3:
Cellulose Degradation for Ethanol/Biofuel Production / 10.3.1:
Cellulose Degradation for Paper and Viscose Production / 10.3.2:
Recycling of Municipal Waste by Irradiation / 10.3.3:
Major EB Equipment Manufacturers / Appendix I:
Standards and Specifications Applicable to Ionizing Radiation / Appendix II:
Units of Exposure, Absorbed Dose, and Conversions / Appendix III:
Equations Used / Appendix IV:
The 12 Principles of Green Chemistry / Appendix V:
Bibliography
Glossary
Index
Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction / 1:
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William B. Ribbens
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Lee Tin Sin, W. A. W. A. Rahman, Wan A. W. A. Rahman, Wan Aizan Wan Abdul Rahman, A. R. Rahmat, Abdul R. Rahmat, Abdul Razak Rahmat, Plastics Design Library
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Initial Glance over Polylactic acid / Chapter 1:
Synthesis and Production of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 2:
Thermal Properties of Polylactic acid / Chapter 3:
Chemical Properties of Polylactic acid / Chapter 4:
Mechanical Properties of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 5:
Rheology Properties of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 6:
Degradation and Stability of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 7:
Applications of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 8:
Initial Glance over Polylactic acid / Chapter 1:
Synthesis and Production of Polylactic Acid / Chapter 2:
Thermal Properties of Polylactic acid / Chapter 3:
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Viktor V. Babenko, Ho-hwan Chun, Inwon Lee
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Preface
List of Symbols
Interaction of the Free Stream with an Elastic Surface / Chapter 1:
Types of Elastic Surfaces and Research of their Mechanical Characteristics / Chapter 2:
Turbulent Boundary Layer over Elastic Plate / Chapter 3:
Fluctuations of an Elastic Surface in Turbulent Boundary Layer / Chapter 4:
Experimental Investigation of Friction Drag / Chapter 5:
Hydrobionic meaning of the anatomy of fast swimming hydrobionts / Chapter 6:
Mathematical modeling of turbulent boundary layer with injection of polymer additives / Chapter 7:
References
Preface
List of Symbols
Interaction of the Free Stream with an Elastic Surface / Chapter 1:
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Robert R. Crichton
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The role of metals in biology - an overview
Basic coordination chemistry for biologists
Structural and molecular biology for chemists
Biological ligands for metal ions
An overview of intermediary metabolism and bioenergetics
Methods which can be used to study metals in biology
Metal assimilation pathways
Transport, storage and homeostasis of metal ions
Sodium and potassium
Calcium
Magnesium
Zinc
Iron
Copper
Nickel and cobalt
Manganese
Molybdenum, vanadium, tungsten and chromium
Metals in brain function
Biomineralisation
Metals in medicine and the environment
Concluding remarks
The role of metals in biology - an overview
Basic coordination chemistry for biologists
Structural and molecular biology for chemists
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Catherine Charcosset
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Preface
Principles on membrane and membrane processes / 1:
Membrane materials / 1.1:
Membrane devices / 1.2:
Membrane characterization / 1.3:
Fouling / 1.4:
Cleaning / 1.5:
Ultrafiltration / 2:
Principles / 2.1:
Membranes / 2.2:
Fouling control / 2.3:
Configurations / 2.4:
Applications / 2.5:
Theory / 2.6:
Microfiltration / 3:
Virus filtration / 3.1:
Membranes and configurations / 4.1:
Purification of viral vectors and vaccines / 4.3:
Theory of virus clearance / 4.6:
Membrane chromatography / 5:
Membrane support / 5.1:
Membrane activation / 5.3:
Interaction mode / 5.4:
Monolith chromatography / 5.5:
Membranes for the preparation of emulsions and particles / 5.7:
Configurations and membranes / 6.1:
Other membrane processes / 6.3:
Liquid membranes / 7.1:
Membrane bioreactors / 7.2:
Some perspectives / 8:
Solvent-resistant nanofiltration / 8.1:
Membrane crystallization / 8.2:
Index
Preface
Principles on membrane and membrane processes / 1:
Membrane materials / 1.1:
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Art Kay
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction and Review of Statistics / Chapter 1:
Time Domain View of Noise / 1.1:
Statistical View of Noise / 1.2:
Frequency Domain View of Noise / 1.3:
Converting Spectral Density to RMS Noise / 1.4:
Chapter Summary
Questions
Further Reading
Introduction to Op-Amp Noise / Chapter 2:
Op-Amp Noise Analysis Technique / 2.1:
Introducing the Op-Amp Noise Model / 2.2:
Noise Bandwidth / 2.3:
Broadband RMS Noise Calculation / 2.4:
1/f RMS Noise Calculation / 2.5:
Combining Flicker and Broadband Noise / 2.6:
Noise Model for Example Circuit / 2.7:
Noise Gain / 2.8:
Converting Current Noise to Voltage Noise / 2.9:
Including the Effect of Thermal Noise / 2.10:
Combining All the Noise Sources and Computing Peak-to-Peak Output Noise / 2.11:
Derivation of Key Noise Formulas / 2.12:
Op-Amp Noise Example Calculations / Chapter 3:
Example Calculation #1: OPA627 Noninverting Amplifier / 3.1:
Compute the Noise Bandwidth / 3.2:
Get Key Noise Specifications from the Data Sheet / 3.3:
Compute Total Op-Amp Voltage Noise Contribution / 3.4:
Compute Total Thermal Noise Contribution / 3.5:
Combine All the Noise Sources and Compute Peak-to-Peak Output / 3.6:
Example Calculation #2: Two-Stage Amplifier / 3.7:
Introduction to Spice Noise Analysis / Chapter 4:
Running a Noise Analysis in TINA Spice / 4.1:
Test the Op-Amp Model Noise Accuracy / 4.2:
Build Your Own Noise Model / 4.3:
Use TINA to Analyze the Circuit Given in Chapter 3 / 4.4:
Feedback Capacitor Simulation Example / 4.5:
Introduction to Noise Measurement / Chapter 5:
Equipment for Measuring Noise: True RMS DMM / 5.1:
Equipment for Measuring Noise: Oscilloscope / 5.2:
Equipment for Measuring Noise: Spectrum Analyzer / 5.3:
Shielding / 5.4:
Verify the Noise Floor / 5.5:
Account for the Noise Floor / 5.6:
Measure Example Circuit #1 Using a True RMS Meter / 5.7:
Measure Example Circuit #1 Using an Oscilloscope / 5.8:
Measure Example Circuit #1 Using a Spectrum Analyzer / 5.9:
Measure Low Frequency Noise for the OPA227 / 5.10:
Offset Temperature Drift vs. 1/f Noise in Low-Frequency Noise Measurement / 5.11:
Noise Inside the Amplifier / Chapter 6:
Five Rules of Thumb for Worst-Case Noise Analysis and Design / 6.1:
Detailed Mathematics for Bipolar Noise / 6.2:
Detailed Mathematics for FET Noise / 6.3:
Simplified Physical Connection Inside Amplifier / 6.4:
Popcorn Noise / Chapter 7:
Review of 1/f and Broadband Noise / 7.1:
What Is Popcorn Noise / 7.2:
What Causes Popcorn Noise? / 7.3:
How Common Is the Problem? / 7.4:
Popcorn Noise-Current or Voltage Noise? / 7.5:
Bench and Production Test for Voltage Popcorn Noise / 7.6:
Bench and Production Test for Current Popcorn Noise / 7.7:
Analyzing the Popcorn Noise Data / 7.8:
Setting Limits to a Popcorn Noise Test / 7.9:
When Is Popcorn Noise a Concern? / 7.10:
1/f Noise and Zero-Drift Amplifiers / Chapter 8:
Zero-Drift Amplifiers / 8.1:
Zero-Drift Amplifier Spectral Density Curve / 8.2:
Low-Frequency Noise / 8.3:
Measuring Low-Frequency Noise / 8.4:
Instrumentation Amplifier Noise / Chapter 9:
Short Review of Three Amp Instrumentation Amplifier / 9.1:
Noise Model of Three Amp Instrumentation Amplifier / 9.2:
Hand Analysis of Three Amp Instrumentation Amplifier / 9.3:
Simulation of Three Amp Instrumentation Amplifier / 9.4:
Reducing Noise with Averaging Circuit / 9.5:
Photodiode Amplifier Noise / Chapter 10:
Introduction to Photodiodes / 10.1:
The Simple Transimpedance Amplifier / 10.2:
Photodiode Current Noise / 10.3:
Thermal Noise from Rf / 10.4:
Noise from Op-amp Voltage Noise Source / 10.5:
Total Noise (Op-amp, Diode, and Resistance) / 10.6:
Stability of Transimpedance Amplifier / 10.7:
Photodiode Noise Amplifier Example Results / Chapter 11:
Photodiode Example Specifications / 11.1:
Photodiode Current Noise Calculations / 11.2:
Op-amp Specifications / 11.3:
Op-amp Voltage Noise Calculations / 11.4:
Thermal (Resistor) Noise Calculations / 11.5:
Op-amp Current Noise Calculations / 11.6:
Total Noise for Example Transimpedance Amplifier / 11.7:
Spice Analysis of Example Circuit / 11.8:
Measuring the Noise for the Example Transimpedance Amplifier / 11.9:
Glossary
Answers to Questions
Index
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction and Review of Statistics / Chapter 1:
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Alfred Hassner, Irishi Namboothiri
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Rearrangement / Acyloin
(Ene) Reaction / Alder
Aromatic Tritylation / Baeyer-Villiger
Ketone Oxidation
Arylpyridine synthesis / Chichibabin
N-Heterocycle Amination
Indolizine Synthesis
DIELS - ALDER Cyclohexene Synthesis
ALDER Reaction Asymmetric / Diels
Methylenation Reagent / Eschenmoser
Alkylation Acylation / Friedel-Crafts
Carbonylation / Gattermann-Koch
Reagents / Grignard
Bromination / Hell-Volhardtzelinski
Grignard Reagent / Ivanov
Asymmetric Epoxidation / Jacobsen
Allylation / Keck
Ce Reducing Agent / Luche
Aminomethylation / Mannich
Addition / Michael
C-C Cross Coupling / Negishi
Oxidation / Oppenauer
Cyclopentenone / PAUSON-KHAND
Annulation / Robinson
Chromone / ROBINSON-ALLAN-KOSTANECKI
Quinoline / Robinson-Foulds
Oxazole; ROBINSON-GABRIEL
C-C Coupling / Sharpless ; Suzuki-Miyaura
Multicomponent Condensation / Tsuji-Trost ; Ugi
Reagent / Vilsmeier
Olefin Synthesis / Wittig
Lactonization / Yamaguchi
Cyclohexadienone Synthesis / Zincke-Suhl
Rearrangement / Acyloin
(Ene) Reaction / Alder
Aromatic Tritylation / Baeyer-Villiger
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Paul P. L. Retgien
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Introduction / 1:
Sensor fundamentals / 2:
Uncertainty aspects / 3:
Resistive sensors / 4:
Capacitive sensors / 5:
Inductive and magnetic sensors / 6:
Optical sensors / 7:
Piezoelectric sensors / 8:
Acoustic sensors / 9:
Symbols and Notations / Appendix A:
Relations between quantities / Appendix B:
Basic interface circuits / Appendix C:
Introduction / 1:
Sensor fundamentals / 2:
Uncertainty aspects / 3:
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Gavin P. Towler, R. K. Sinnott
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Process Design / Part I:
Introduction to Design / Chapter 1:
Process Flowsheet Development / Chapter 2:
Utilities and Energy Efficient Design / Chapter 3:
Process Simulation / Chapter 4:
Instrumentation and Process Control / Chapter 5:
Materials of Construction / Chapter 6:
Capital Cost Estimating / Chapter 7:
Estimating Revenues and Production Costs / Chapter 8:
Economic Evaluation of Projects / Chapter 9:
Safety and Loss Prevention / Chapter 10:
General Site Considerations / Chapter 11:
Optimization in Design / Chapter 12:
Plant Design / Part II:
Equipment Selection, Specification and Design / Chapter 13:
Design of Pressure Vessels / Chapter 14:
Design of Reactors and Mixers / Chapter 15:
Separation of Fluids / Chapter 16:
Separation Columns (Distillation, Absorption and Extraction) / Chapter 17:
Specification and Design of Solids-Handling Equipment / Chapter 18:
Heat Transfer Equipment / Chapter 19:
Transport and Storage of Fluids / Chapter 20:
Process Design / Part I:
Introduction to Design / Chapter 1:
Process Flowsheet Development / Chapter 2:
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Claudio C. Oliveira, Alan Townshend, Elias A. G. Zagatto, Elias Ayres Guidetti Zagatto
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Preface
Foreword
Introduction / 1:
General / 1.1:
The Advent of Flow Analysis / 1.2:
The Development of Flow Analysis / 1.3:
Main Features of Flow Analysis / 1.4:
Aims and Scope of the Monograph / 1.5:
References
Important Monographs Related to Flow Analysis / Appendix 1.1:
Journal Special Issues Dedicated to Conferences on Flow Analysis / Appendix 1.2:
Historical View / 2:
Early Developments / 2.1:
Segmented Flow Analysis / 2.2:
Flow Injection Analysis / 2.3:
Sequential Injection Analysis / 2.4:
Multi-commuted Flow Analysis / 2.5:
Other Flow Systems / 2.6:
Commutation in Flow Analysis / 2.7:
Flow Pattern / 2.8:
Instrument Characteristics / 2.9:
Trends / 2.10:
Fundamentals / 3:
The Flowing Sample / 3.1:
System Configurations / 3.2:
The Detector Response / 3.3:
Interaction of Radiation with the Flowing Sample / 4:
The Schlieren Effect / 4.1:
Presence of Immiscible Phases / 4.3:
Flow Analysers / 5:
The Segmented Flow Analyser / 5.1:
The Flow Injection Analyser / 5.2:
The Sequential Injection Analyser / 5.3:
The Multi-Commuted Flow Analyser / 5.4:
Other Flow Analysers / 5.5:
Describing a Flow Analyser / 5.6:
Instrumentation / 6:
Fluid Propulsion / 6.1:
Sample Handling / 6.2:
Detection and Data Processing / 6.3:
Miniaturisation of the Flow System / 6.4:
Special Strategies for Flow Manipulation / 7:
Merging Zones / 7.1:
Zone Sampling / 7.2:
Stream Splitting / 7.3:
Zone Splitting / 7.4:
Sample Incubation / 7.5:
Multi-detection / 7.6:
Final Remarks / 7.7:
Sampling / 8:
Sample Dilution / 8.2:
Reagent Additions / 8.3:
Sample Treatment / 8.4:
Analyte Separation/Concentration / 8.5:
Measurement Strategies / 8.6:
Expert Flow Systems / 8.7:
Flow Methods as Teaching Tools / 8.8:
Future Trends / 9:
Index
Preface
Foreword
Introduction / 1:
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Jeffrey H. Simpson
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Background and Methods / Part I:
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Instrumental Considerations / Chapter 2:
Data Collection, Processing, and Plotting / Chapter 3:
1H and 13C Chemical Shifts / Chapter 4:
Symmetry and Topicity / Chapter 5:
Through-Bond Effects: Spin-Spin (J) Coupling / Chapter 6:
Through-Space Effects: the Nuclear Overhauser Effect (NOE) / Chapter 7:
Molecular Dynamics / Chapter 8:
Strategies for Assigning Molecules / Chapter 9:
Strategies for Elucidating Unknown Molecular Structures / Chapter 10:
Problems / Part II:
Simple Assignment Problems / Chapter 11:
Complex Assignment Problems / Chapter 12:
Simple Unknown Problems / Chapter 13:
Complex Unknown Problems / Chapter 14:
NMR Resonance Assignment Problems / Chapter 15:
NMR Unknown Problems / Chapter 16:
Background and Methods / Part I:
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Instrumental Considerations / Chapter 2:
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Michael Smith
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Retrosynthesis, Stereochemistry, and Conformations
Acids, Bases and Functional Group Exchange Reactions
Oxidation
Reduction
Hydroboration
Stereocontrol and Ring Formation
Protecting Groups
Cd Disconnect Products: Nucleophilic Species That Form Carbon-Carbon Bonds
Cd Disconnect Products: Nucleophilic Species That Form Carbon-Carbon Bonds: Enolate Anions
Synthetic Strategies
Pericyclic Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions: Multiple Bond Disconnections
Ca Disconnect Products: Electrophilic Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions
Carbon Radical Disconnect Products: Formation of Carbon-Carbon Bonds Via Radicals and Carbenes
Student Syntheses: The First Synthetic Problem
Disconnection Index
General Index
Instructions and code to access SPartan software
Retrosynthesis, Stereochemistry, and Conformations
Acids, Bases and Functional Group Exchange Reactions
Oxidation
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Josef Kunes
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Preface
Foreword
Introduction / 1:
Physics and Physical Chemistry / 2:
Physics, Mathematics and Geometry / 2.1:
Physical Chemistry / 2.2:
Fluid Mechanics / 3:
One-Phase Fluid Mechanics / 3.1:
Multiphase Fluid Mechanics / 3.2:
Rheology / 3.3:
Solid Mechanics / 4:
Linear and Non-Linear Solid Mechanics / 4.1:
Fracture Mechanics and Micromechanics / 4.2:
Aeroelasticity / 4.3:
Tribology / 4.4:
Thermomechanics / 5:
Heat Conduction / 5.1:
Free Convection / 5.2:
Forced Convection / 5.3:
Radiation / 5.4:
Boiling / 5.5:
Evaporation / 5.6:
Condensation / 5.7:
Heat and Mass Transfer / 5.8:
Non-Equilibrium Thermomechanics / 5.9:
Electromagnetism / 6:
Electricity / 6.1:
Magnetism / 6.2:
Magneto-hydrodynamics / 6.3:
Physical Technology / 7:
Micro- and Nanotechnology / 7.1:
Plasma Physics and Technology / 7.2:
Technology and Mechanical Engineering / 8:
Technology and Material / 8.1:
Mechanical Engineering / 8.2:
Geophysics and Ecology / 9:
Geophysics, Meteorology and Astrophysics / 9.1:
Ecology and Biology / 9.2:
References
Preface
Foreword
Introduction / 1:
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Molecular symmetry / 1:
Coupling coefficients / 2:
From operators to response functions / 3:
Free-atom energy levels / 4:
Crystal field theory / 5:
Magnetism of mononuclear spin systems / 6:
Magnetic angular momentum / 7:
Magnetism of manifold term systems / 8:
Magnetism of polynuclear spin systems / 9:
Spin algebra for the exchange interaction / 10:
Symmetry of the spin system / 11:
Magnetism of dinuclear spin systems / 12:
Magnetism of trinuclear spin systems / 13:
Magnetism of polyhedral spin systems / 14:
Magnetism of chains and rings / 15:
Molecular symmetry / 1:
Coupling coefficients / 2:
From operators to response functions / 3:
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Chi Tien
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preface
Introduction / 1:
Notation
Filtration as a Liquid-Solid Separation Technology / 1.1:
Classification of Filtration Processes / 1.2.:
Laws of Filtration / 1.3:
Problem
References
Cake Filtration / Part I:
Cake Formation and Growth / 2:
Cycles / 2.1:
Analysis of Cake Filtration / 2.2:
The Conventional Cake Filtration Theory / Illustrative Example 2.1:
Expressions of Cake Filtration Performance / Illustrative Example 2.5:
Parabolic Law of Constant Pressure Filtration / 2.5:
Approximate Expressions of Cake Solidosity, Compressive Stress, and Pore Liquid Pressure Profiles / Illustrative Example 2.6:
Applications of the Conventional Cake Filtration Theory / Illustrative Example 2.7:
Prediction of Cake Filtration Performance / 2.7.1:
Detemiination of Cake Properties from Experimental Filtration Data / Illustrative Example 2.8:
Application of the Conventional Theory to Crossflow Cake Filtration / Illustrative Example 2.9:
Features of Crossflow Filtration / 2.8.1:
A simple model of crossflow filtration / 2.8.2:
Evaluation of β and Prediction of Filtration Performance / 2.8.3:
Problems / Illustrative Example 2.10:
Post-Treatment Processes of Cake Filtration / 3:
Deliquoring by Mechanical Force: Expression and Consolidation / 3.1:
Onset of Consolidation / 3.1.1:
Consolidation Calculation / Illustrative Example 3.1:
Approximation Solution of Consolidation / 3.1.3:
Empirical Equations Describing Consolidation/De-watering Performance / 3.1.4:
Illustrative Example 3.3 / Illustrative Example 3.2:
Deliquoring by Suction or Blowing / 3.2:
Washing of Filter Cakes / Illustrative Example 3.4:
Representation of Cake-Washing Results / 3.3.1:
Empirical Expression of F (or R) vs. w / 3.3.2:
Diffusion-Dispersion Model of Cake Washing / Illustrative Example 3.5:
Re-slurrying Cake / Illustrative Example 3.6:
Fabric Filtration of Gas-Solid Mixtures / 4:
Dust Cakes of Fabric Filtration vs. Cakes Formed from Liquid/Solid Suspensions / 4.1:
of Fabric Filtration / 4.2:
Dust Cake Structure and Properties / Illustrative Example 4.1:
Filter Bag Cleaning / Illustrative Example 4.2:
Cleaning by Shaking / 4.4.1:
Cleaning by Reverse Flow / 4.4.2:
Cleaning by Pulse-Jet / 4.4.3:
Fabric Filtration Design Calculations / Illustrative Example 4.3:
Simplified Calculation of Multi-Compartment Fabric Filtration / Illustrative Example 4.4:
Deep Bed Filtration / Illustrative Example 4.6:
Deep Bed Filtration: Description and Analysis / 5:
Macroscopic Conservation Equation / 5.1:
Illustrative Example 5.1
Phenomenological Expression for Filtration Rate / 5.2:
Physical Significance of the Filter Coefficient / Illustrative Example 5.2:
Representation of Filter Media with Cell Models / Illustrative Example 5.3:
Happel's Model for Granular Media / 5.4.1:
Kuwabara's Model for Fibrous Media / 5.4.2:
Flow Rate-Pressure Drop Relationships for Flow through Porous Media / Illustrative Example 5.4:
Filter Cleaning by Back Washing and Bed Expansion / Illustrative Example 5.5:
Solution of the Macroscopic Conservation Equations of Deep Bed Filtration / Illustrative Example 5.6:
Particle Deposition Mechanisms, Predictions, Determinations and Correlations of Filter Coefficient/Collector Efficiency / Illustrative Example 5.7:
Deposition Mechanisms and Prediction of Collector Efficiency based on Individual Transport Mechanism / 6.1:
Mechanism of Particle Transport / 6.1.1:
Criteria of Particle Adhesion / Illustrative Example 6.1:
Prediction of Collector Efficiency / Illustrative Example 6.4:
Experimental Determination of Filter Coefficient / 6.2:
Determination of the Initial (or clean) Filter Coefficient, λ0 / 6.2.1:
Determination of Deposition Effect on Filter Coefficient / 6.2.2:
Correlations of Filter Coefficient/Collector Efficiency of Aerosols / Illustrative Example 6.7:
Single Fiber Efficiency of Aerosols in Fibrous Media / 6.3.1:
Collector Efficiency of Aerosols in Granular Media / Illustrative Example 6.8:
Filter Coefficient Correlations of Hydrosols / Illustrative Example 6.9:
Filter Coefficient of Fibrous Media / 6.4.1:
Filter Coefficient of Granular Media / 6.4.2:
Particle-Collector Surface Interactions Effect on Hydrosol Deposition in Granular Media / Illustrative Example 6.10:
Surface Interaction Forces / 6.5.1:
Initial Filter Coefficient with Unfavorable Surface Interactions / Illustrative Example 6.12:
Deep Bed Filtration Models / Illustrative Example 6.13:
Experimental Results of Filtration Performance / 7.1:
Models Based on the Kozeny-Carman Equation / 7.2:
Uniform Deposit Layer Hypothesis / 7.2.1:
Pore-Blocking Hypothesis / Illustrative Example 7.1:
A Two-Stage Deposition Hypothesis / Illustrative Example 7.2:
Models Based on Assumption that Deposited Particles Function as Collectors / Illustrative Example 7.3:
Deposited Particles as Satellite Collectors / 7.3.1:
Deposited Particles as Additional Collectors / Illustrative Example 7.4:
Models Based on Changing Particle-Collector Surface / Illustrative Example 7.5:
A Model Based on Filter Grain Surface Charge Changes / Interactions:
Expressing Surface Interaction Effect in terms of Particle Re-Entrainment / 7.4.2:
A Model Based on Collector Surface Heterogeneity / Illustrative Example 7.6:
Modeling Filtration as a Stochastic Process / Illustrative Example 7.7:
Index
preface
Introduction / 1:
Notation
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Finding and Identifying Asbestos / Chapter 1:
The Environmental Protection Agency's Role in Asbestos / Chapter 2:
Understanding Wet Neutralization of Asbestos / Chapter 3:
Dealing With Asbestos in Demolition Procedures / Chapter 4:
Regulations for Record Keeping of Waste Disposal / Chapter 5:
Workplace Safety Suggestions / Chapter 6:
Working With Asbestos in School Settings / Chapter 7:
Education and Training Options for Working with Asbestos / Chapter 8:
Appendix: Asbestos Resources
Finding and Identifying Asbestos / Chapter 1:
The Environmental Protection Agency's Role in Asbestos / Chapter 2:
Understanding Wet Neutralization of Asbestos / Chapter 3:
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Process flow description
FCC Feed Characterization
FCC Catalysts
Chemistry of FCC reactions
Unit monitoring and control
Products and economics
Project management and hardware design
Troubleshooting
Emerging trends in fluidized catalytic cracking
Appendixes: Total correlations
n-d-M correlations
API correlations
ASTM to TBP conversion
Definitions of fluidization terms
Glossary
Index
Process flow description
FCC Feed Characterization
FCC Catalysts
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Kolio Dimov Troev
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Preface
Acknowledgment
About the Author
Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 1:
Methods for Preparation
Polymerization of Cyclic H-phosphonates / 1.1:
Methods for Preparation of Cyclic H-phosphonates / 1.1.1:
Polytransesterification of Diesters of H-phosphonic Acid with Dihydroxy Aliphatic or Aromatic Compounds / 1.2:
Methods for Preparation of Diesters of H-phosphonic Acid / 1.2.1:
Properties (Physical and Chemical) of the Diesters of H-phosphonic Acid / 1.2.2:
Other Methods / 1.3:
Polycondensation of H-phosphonic bis(dialkylamides) with Diols / 1.4.1:
Homopolycondensation of Di(β-chloroethyl) H-phosphonate / 1.4.2:
Characterization of Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 2:
Determination of Molecular Weight / 2.1:
1H NMR Spectroscopy / 2.1.1:
31P {H} NMR Spectroscopy / 2.1.2:
Size-Exclusion Chromatography / 2.1.3:
Vapor Pressure Osmometry / 2.1.4:
Thermal Properties of POE-H-Ps A, B, and C / 2.2:
Reactivity of Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 2.3:
Hydrolysis of Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 2.3.1:
Oxidation (Afherton-Todd Reaction) / 2.3.2:
Nonoxidative Chlorination / 2.3.3:
Addition Reactions / 2.3.4:
Copolymers / 3:
Poly(alkyleneurethane H-phosphonate)s / 3.1:
Poly(aIkylenecarbonate H-phosphonate)s / 3.2:
Silicon-Containing Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 3.3:
Poly(ethyleneterephthalate H-phosphonate) / 3.4:
Application / 4:
Polymer-Drug Conjugates / 4.1:
Immobilization of Cysteamine / 4.1.1:
Immobilization of WR-2721 / 4.1.2:
Immobilization of Bendamustine Hydrochloride / 4.1.3:
Immobilization of 3'-Azido-2',3'-dideoxythimidine / 4.1.4:
Gene Carriers / 4.2:
Hydrogels / 4.3:
Appendix
Poly[alkylene (arylene) phosphate]s
Polymerization of Cyclic Phosphate Esters
Methods for Preparation of Cyclic Phosphate Esters
Homopolymers / 1.1.2:
Oxidation of Poly(alkylene H-phosphonate)s / 1.1.3:
Polycondensation of Aryl or Alkyl Phosphoric Dichlorides and Dihydroxy Aliphatic or Aromatic Compounds
Methods for Preparation of Aryl or Alkyl Phosphoric Dichlorides / 1.3.1:
Other Methods for Preparation of Poly[alkylene (arylene) phosphate]s
Reactivity of Poly[alkylene (arylene) phosphate]s / 1.5:
Hydrolysis / 1.5.1:
Alkylation and Dealkylation Reactions / 1.5.2:
Binding Agents, Invisible Cements
Drug Delivery Systems
Tissue Implants
Gene and siRNA Delivery
Nerve Guide Conduits / 3.5:
Poly[alkylene(arylene) alkyl or arylphosphonate]s
Ring-Opening Polymerization of Phosphorus-Containing Cyclic Esters
Polymerization of Cyclic Phosphite Esters (Arbuzov Rearrangement)
Polymerization of Cyclic Phosphonate Esters
Polycondensation Methods
Polycondensation of Alkyl(or Aryl)Phosphonic Acid Dihalides with Dihydroxy Aromatic or Aliphatic Compounds
Polycondensation of Alkyl(phenyl)Phosphonic Acid Diamides with Diols
Polytransesterification of Diesters of Alkyl or Phenyl Phosphonic Acid with Dihydroxy Aromatic or Aliphatic Compounds / 1.2.3:
Poly[alkylene(arylene) phosphitejs and Poly[alkylene(arylene) phosphonite]s
Polycondensation of Diamides of the Phosphorus and Phosphonous Acids with Dihydroxy Aliphatic or Aromatic Compounds
Reactivity of Polyphosphites and Polyphosphonites
Polytransesterification of Diesters of Phosphorus and Phosphonous Acids with Dihydroxy Aromatic or Aliphatic Compounds
Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters of Phosphorus and Phosphonous Acids
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Anthony Martyr, M. A. Plint, Michael Alexander Plint
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction / 1:
Test facility specification, system integration, and project organisation / 2:
Quality and H&S legislation and management, type approval, test correlation and reporting of results / 3:
The Test Cell as a Thermodynamic System / 4:
Powertrain test facility design and construction / 5:
Electrical design requirements of Test Facilities / 6:
Ventilation and air conditioning in powertrain test facilities / 7:
Test cell cooling water and exhaust gas systems / 8:
Fuel and oil storage, supply & treatment / 9:
Vibration and noise / 10:
Dynamometers: the measurement of torque, speed and power / 11:
Rigging the Engine and shaft selection / 12:
Test cell safety, control, and data acquisition / 13:
Data handling, the use of modeling and post-test processing / 14:
Measurement of fuel, combustion air, and oil consumption / 15:
The Combustion process and combustion analysis / 16:
Engine exhaust emissions / 17:
Chassis or rolling road dynamometers Anechoic test cells; NVH & EMC testing / 18:
The pursuit and definition of accuracy / 19:
Tribology, Fuel and Lubrication testing / 20:
Appendix / 21:
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Acknowledgements
Introduction / 1:
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Gerald Jonker, Jan Harmsen
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Preface
About the Authors
Introduction / 1:
Role of Engineers
Exploring Sustainability
Overview of Making a Sustainable Design
Setting up a Design Assignment / 2:
Challenges for a Sustainable Design
Design Process as Team work
Setting Goal and Scope
Sustainability Constraints
Structuring the Sustainability Context / 3:
Background of Context Levels
Context Level Planet
Context Level Society
Context Level Business
Context Level Engineers
Creating Design Solutions / 4:
Design Synthesis
Preliminary Solutions Assessment
Quick Scan Life Cycle Assessment
Evaluation of the Design
Acquiring Sustainable Design Competences / 5:
Teaching Sustainable Development
Sustainability Complexity Transferred into Design Competences
Hints on Acquiring Key Competences
References
Index
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About the Authors
Introduction / 1:
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Masuo Hosokawa, Makio Naito, Kiyoshi Nogi, Toyokazu Yokoyama
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Foreword
Preface
Fundamentals
Basic properties and measuring methods of nanoParticles / Chapter 1:
Structural control of nanoParticles / Chapter 2:
Characteristics and behavior of nanoParticles and its dispersion systems / Chapter 3:
Control of nanostructure of materials / Chapter 4:
Characterization methods for nanostructure of materials / Chapter 5:
Evaluation methods for properties of nanostructured body / Chapter 6:
Environmental and safety issues with nanoParticles / Chapter 7:
Applications
Dispersion of fine silica Particles using alkoxysilane and industrialization
Generation of metal nanoParticles using reactive plasma arc evaporation
Sensing based on localized surface plasmon resonance in metallic nanoParticles
Microelectronics packaging by metal nanoParticle pastes
A dye-sensitized solar cell utilizing metal nanoParticle
Design of nanoParticles for oral delivery of peptide drugs
Formation of thick electronic ceramic films with bonding technique of crystalline fine Particles and their applications
Development and multi-functionalization of high-functional separation membranes / Chapter 8:
Development of polymer-clay nanocomposites by dispersion of Particles into polymer materials / Chapter 9:
Development of novel ferroelectric materials / Chapter 10:
Development of new phosphors / Chapter 11:
Zeolite membrane / Chapter 12:
Enhancement of the performance of insulating materials / Chapter 13:
Barium titanate nanoParticles synthesized under sub and supercritical water conditions / Chapter 14:
Ceramic filter for trapping diesel Particles / Chapter 15:
Nano Particle formation of DNA (globule transformation) / Chapter 16:
Addressing of nano-Particles by using DNA molecules / Chapter 17:
Development of high performance electrochemical reactors / Chapter 18:
Dendrimers and their application to organic electronics devices / Chapter 19:
Electrical conductive CNT dispersed Si3N4 ceramics / Chapter 20:
Development of functional skincare cosmetics using biodegradable PLGA nanospheres / Chapter 21:
Development of photonic crystals based on nanoParticle assembly / Chapter 22:
Liquid-crystalline inorganic nano and fine Particles / Chapter 23:
Closely packed colloidal crystal assembled with nanoParticles and its application for smart materials with tunable structural color / Chapter 24:
Development of new cosmetics based on nanoParticles / Chapter 25:
Dispersion control of Al2O3 nano-Particles in ethanol / Chapter 26:
Development of thermoresponsive magnetic nanoParticle and its deployment in the biotechnology field / Chapter 27:
Development of fuel cells / Chapter 28:
Delivery to the brain / Chapter 29:
Nozzle-free ink jet technology / Chapter 30:
Development of exhaust catalyst / Chapter 31:
Development of optical memory using semiconductor nanoParticles / Chapter 32:
Development of bright phosphors using glasses incorporating semiconductor nanoParticles / Chapter 33:
Development of photocatalyst inserted into surface of porous aluminosilicate / Chapter 34:
AC overhead transmission line audible-noise reduction measures using surface improvement / Chapter 35:
Development of a high-performance secondary battery by controlling the surface structure / Chapter 36:
Pinpoint drug and delivery / Chapter 37:
Expression of optical function by nanostructure using femtosecond laser processing / Chapter 38:
Instantaneous nanofoaming method for fabrication of closed-porosity silica Particle / Chapter 39:
Evaluation and applications of dispersing carbon nanotube CNT in the polymers / Chapter 40:
Surface modification of inorganic nanoParticles by organic functional groups / Chapter 41:
Fabrication technique of organic nanocrystals and their optical properties and materialization / Chapter 42:
Bio-imaging with quantum dots / Chapter 43:
Application of quantum dots for the bio-medical engineering / Chapter 44:
NanoParticles synthesis, dispersion, and functionalization for industrial application / Chapter 45:
Synthesis of nanoParticles by RF induction thermal plasma / Chapter 46:
Self-assembly of oxide nanosheets: precise structural control and its applications / Chapter 47:
Development of ceramic-bonded carbon / Chapter 48:
Development of dispersion and composing processes of nanoParticles and their application to advanced firefighter uniform / Chapter 49:
Creation of boron nitride nanotubes and possibility for a series of advanced nano-composite materials / Chapter 50:
PLGA nanoParticle design and preparation for DDS & medical device / Chapter 51:
Development of photonic crystal resonators for terahertz wave sensing by using nanopaticles stereolithography / Chapter 52:
Practical issue of nano-sized colorant Particles / Chapter 53:
Material design of electronic liquid powderTM used in novel-type bistable reflective display (QR-LPDTM) / Chapter 54:
Three-dimensional structural analysis of nanocomposite materials containing nanoParticulates / Chapter 55:
Powder technology and nanotechnology contributed for clean utilization of coal / Chapter 56:
Novel recycling of FRP using nanoParticle bonding / Chapter 57:
Nanotechnology challenge by mechanochemistry / Chapter 58:
Superior thermal insulation film with transparency achieved by hollow silica nanoParticles / Chapter 59:
Development of nanoParticle composite technique for low Pt-loading PEFCs / Chapter 60:
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Fundamentals
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Water Quality Indices Based Predominantly on Physico-Chemical Characteristics / I:
Why Water-Quality Indices / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Water-Quality Indices (WQIs) / 1.2:
Back to Water-Quality Indices (WQIs) / 1.3:
The First Modern WQI: Horton's Index / 1.4:
More on the Benefits of WQI / 1.5:
WQIs Based on Bioassessment / 1.6:
References
Approaches to WQI Formulation / 2:
The Common Steps / 2.1:
Parameter Selection / 2.3:
Transformation of the Parameters of Different Units and Dimensions to a Common Scale: Making Subindices / 2.4:
Assignment of Weightages / 2.5:
Aggregation of Subindices to Produce a Final Index / 2.6:
Characteristics of Aggregation Models / 2.7:
'Conventional' Indices for Determining Fitness of Waters for Different Uses / 3:
General / 3.1:
Brown's or the National Sanitation Foundation's Water-Quality Index (NSF-WQI) / 3.2:
Nemerow and Sumitomo's Pollution Index / 3.3:
Prati's Implicit Index of Pollution / 3.4:
Deininger and Landwehr's PWS Index / 3.5:
Mcduffie and Haney's River Pollution Index (RPI) / 3.6:
Dinius' Water-Quality Index (1972) / 3.7:
O'Connor's Indices / 3.8:
Walski and Parker's Index / 3.9:
Stoner's Index / 3.10:
Bhargava's Index (1983, 1985) / 3.11:
Dinius' Second Index / 3.12:
Viet and Bhargava's Index (1989) / 3.13:
The River Ganga Index of Ved Prakash et al. / 3.14:
Smith's Index (1990) / 3.15:
Chesapeake Bay Water-Quality Indices (Haire et al. 1991) / 3.16:
The Aquatic Toxicity Index / 3.17:
Li's Regional Water Resource Quality Assessment Index (1993) / 3.18:
A Two-Tier WQI / 3.19:
Use of WQI To Assess Pond Water Quality (Sinha, 1995) / 3.20:
Use of WQI to Study Hanuman Lake, Jabalpur (Dhamija and Jain 1995) / 3.21:
Coastal Water-Quality Index for Taiwan (Shyue et al. 1996) / 3.22:
The Modified Oregon Water-Quality Index (Cude, 2001) / 3.23:
The 'Overall Index of Pollution' / 3.24:
The Canadian Water-Quality Index (CCME, 2001) and the Index of Said et al. (2004) / 3.25:
A 'Universal' Water-Quality Index / 3.26:
Improved Methods of Aggregation / 3.27:
A First-Ever WQI For Vietnam / 3.28:
A Comparison / 3.29:
Reference's
Combating Uncertainties in Index-based Assessment of Water Quality: The Use of More Advanced Statistics, Probability Theory and Artificial Intelligence / 4:
Indices Based on Relatively Advanced Statistical Analysis of Water-Quality Data / 5:
Harkin's Index / 5.1:
Beta Function Index / 5.3:
An Index with a Multi-pronged ('Mixed') Aggregation Function / 5.4:
WQI for Mediterranean Costal Water of Egypt Based on Principal-Component Analysis / 5.5:
WQI for Rio Lerma River / 5.6:
A New WQI Based on A Combination of Multivariate Techniques / 5.7:
Indices for Liao River Study / 5.8:
Water-Quality Index Based on Multivariate Factor Analysis (Coletti et al., 2010) / 5.9:
Study of Anthropogenic Impacts on Kandla Creek, India / 5.10:
Water-Quality Indices Based on Fuzzy Logic and Other Methods of Artificial Intelligence / 6:
Fuzzy Inference / 6.1:
A Primer on Fuzzy Arithmetic / 6.3:
Towards Application of Fuzzy Rules in Developing Water-Quality Indices: The Work of Kung et al. (1992) / 6.4:
Assessment of Water Quality Using Fuzzy Synthetic Evaluation and Other Approaches Towards Development of Fuzzy Water-Quality Indices / 6.5:
Reach of Fuzzy Indices in Environmental Decision-Making / 6.6:
A WQI Based on Genetic Algorithm / 6.7:
The Fuzzy Water-Quality Index of Ocampo-Duque et al. (2006) / 6.8:
ICAGA'S Fuzzy WQI / 6.9:
Use of Ordered Weighted Averaging (OWA) Operators for Aggregation / 6.10:
Fuzzy Water-Quality Indices for Brazilian Rivers (Lermontov et al., 2008, 2009; Roveda et al., 2010) / 6.11:
A Hybrid Fuzzy - Probability WQI / 6.12:
An Entropy-Based Fuzzy WQI / 6.13:
A Fuzzy River Pollution Decision Support System / 6.14:
A Fuzzy Industrial WQI / 6.15:
Impact of Stochastic Observation Error and Uncertainty in Water-Quality Evaluation / 6.16:
Probabilistic or Stochastic Water-Quality Indices / 7:
A 'Global' Stochastic Index of Water Quality / 7.1:
A Modification in the Global Stochastic Index by Cordoba et al. (2010) / 7.3:
'Planning' or 'Decision-Making' Indices / 8:
Water-Quality Management Indices / 8.1:
Dee's WQI-Based Environmental Evaluation System / 8.3:
Zoeteman's Pollution Potential Index (PPI) / 8.4:
Environmental Quality Index Presented by Inhaber (1974) / 8.5:
Johanson and Johanson's Pollution Index / 8.6:
Ott's NPPI / 8.7:
Water-Quality Indices for Operational Management / 8.8:
Index to Regulate Water-Management Systems / 8.9:
Index to Assess the Impact of Ecoregional, Hydrological and Limnological Factors / 8.10:
A Watershed-Quality Index / 8.11:
Index for Watershed Pollution Assessment / 8.12:
A GIS-Assisted Water-Quality Index for Irrigation Water / 8.13:
A System of Indices for Watershed Management / 8.14:
A Fuzzy WQI for Water-Quality Assessment of Shrimp Forms / 8.15:
An Index to Assess Acceptability of Reclaimed Water for Irrigation / 8.16:
An Index for Irrigation Water-Quality Management / 8.17:
Index for the Analysis of Data Generated by Automated Sampling (Continuous Monitoring) Networks / 8.18:
An Index of Drinking-Water Adequacy for the Asian Countries / 8.19:
Indices for the Prediction of Stream of Quality in an Agricultural Setting / 8.20:
An Index to Assess Extent of Wastewater Treatment / 8.21:
Use of Indices for Prioritising Pacement of Water-Quality Buffers to Control Nonpoint Pollution / 8.22:
Indices for Assessing Groundwater Quality / 9:
The WQI of Tiwari and Mishra (1985) / 9.1:
Another Oft-Used Groundwater-Quality Index Development Procedure / 9.3:
Index of Aquifer Water Quality (Melloul and Collin, 1998) / 9.4:
Groundwater-Quality Index of Soltan (1999) / 9.5:
A Groundwater Contamination Index / 9.6:
An Index for Surface Water as well as Groundwater Quality / 9.7:
Use of Groundwater-Quality Index, Contamination Index and Contamination Risk Maps for Designing Water-Quality Monitoring Networks / 9.8:
Attribute Reduction in Groundwater-Quality Indices Based on Rough Set Theory / 9.9:
Index Development Using Correspondence Factor Analysis / 9.10:
Indices for Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment / 9.11:
Groundwater-Quality Index to Study Impact of Landfills / 9.12:
Indices for Optimising Groundwater-Quality Monitoring Network / 9.13:
Economic Index of Groundwater Quality Based on the Treatment Cost / 9.14:
The Information-Entropy-Based Groundwater WQI of Pei-Yue et al. (2010) / 9.15:
A WQI for Groundwater Based on Fuzzy Logic / 9.16:
Use of WQI and GIS in Aquifer-Quality Mapping / 9.17:
Water-Quality Indices of USA and Canada / 10:
WQIs of Canada / 10.1:
WQIs of the USA / 10.3:
The WQI of Said et al. (2004) / 10.4:
WQI-Generating Software and a WQI-based Virtual Instrument / 11:
The Basic Architecture of Qualidex / 11.1:
Reference
Water Quality Indices Based On Bioassessment / II:
Water-Quality Indices Based on Bioassessment: An Introduction / 12:
Biotic Indices in the Context of the Evolution of Water-Quality Indices / 12.1:
Stressor-Based and Response-Based Monitoring Approaches / 12.3:
Biotic Indices - General / 12.4:
The Biotic Indices / 13:
The Challenge of Finding 'Control' Sites / 13.1:
The Cost Associated with the Use of Biological Assessments of Water / 13.3:
Organisms Commonly used in Bioassessment / 13.4:
Biotic Indices for Freshwater and Saline water Systems Based on Macroinvertebrates / 13.5:
Biotic Indices as Indicators of Water Safety and Human Health Risks / 13.6:
Comparison of Performances of Different Biotic Indices / 13.7:
Biotic Indices and Developing Countries / 13.8:
Limitations of Biotic Indices / 13.9:
WQIs and BIs: An Overview / 13.10:
Indices of Biological Integrity or the Multi-metric Indices / 14:
The First IBI (KARR, 1981) / 14.1:
The Driver-Pressure-Stress-Impact-Response (DPSIR) Paradigm and The IBI / 14.3:
Illustrative Examples of IBI Development / 14.4:
Overview of IBIs Based on Different Taxa / 14.5:
IBIs for Different Aquatic Systems / 14.6:
Inter-IBI Comparison / 14.7:
The Present and the Future of IBI / 14.8:
The Now Well-Recognised Attributes of IBI / 14.9:
The Shortcomings of IBI / 14.10:
Multivariate Approaches for Bioassessment of Water Quality / 15:
Rivpacs / 15.1:
Variants of Rivpacs / 15.3:
The Multivariate Approaches and the IBI / 15.4:
Looking Back, Looking Ahead / III:
Water-Quality Indices: Looking Back, Looking Ahead / 16:
The Best WQI? / 16.1:
The Path Ahead / 16.3:
The Last Word / 16.4:
Index
Foreword
Water Quality Indices Based Predominantly on Physico-Chemical Characteristics / I:
Why Water-Quality Indices / 1:
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Colin Walls
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What Makes an Embedded Application Tick? / 1:
Memory in Embedded Systems / 2:
Memory Architectures / 3:
How Software Influences Hardware Design / 4:
Migrating your Software to a New Processor Architecture / 5:
Embedded Software for Transportation Applications / 6:
How to Choose a CPU for Your SoC Design / 7:
An Introduction to USB Software / 8:
Towards USB 3.0 / 9:
What Makes an Embedded Application Tick? / 1:
Memory in Embedded Systems / 2:
Memory Architectures / 3:
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Theodore C. Friedman, Theodore Friedmann
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Preface: The successful clinical use of viral vectors for human gene therapy
General principles of retrovirus vector design
Strategies for retrovirus-based correction of severe, combined immunodeficiency (SCID)
Retrovirus and lentivirus vector design and methods of cell conditioning
Analysis of the clonal repertoire of gene corrected cells in gene therapy
Developing novel lentiviral vectors into clinical products
Lentivirus vectors in beta-thalassemia
Gene Therapy for Chronic Granulomatous Disease
Alternative splicing caused by lentiviral integration in the human genome
Genotoxicity assay for gene therapy vectors in tumor prone Cdkn2a-/- mice
Lentiviral Hematopoietic Cell Gene Therapy for X-linked Adrenoleukodystrophy
Retroviral replicating vectors in cancer
Adeno-associated virus vectorology, manufacturing and clinical applications
Gene Delivery To The Retina: From Mouse To Man
Generation of hairpin-based RNAi vectors for biological and therapeutic application
Recombinant adeno-associated viral vector reference standards
NIH oversight of human gene transfer research involving retroviral, lentiviral and adeno-associated virus vectors and the role of the NIH recombinant DNA advisory committee draft
Regulatory structures for gene therapy medicinal products in the European Union
Preface: The successful clinical use of viral vectors for human gene therapy
General principles of retrovirus vector design
Strategies for retrovirus-based correction of severe, combined immunodeficiency (SCID)
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R. K. Goel, Bhawani Singh, Jian Zhao
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2012
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
Underground Space and Its Requirement / 1.1:
History of Underground Space Use / 1.2:
Underground Space for Sustainable Development / 1.3:
What Should Be Done? / 1.4:
Future of Underground Space Facilities / 1.5:
Scope of the Book / 1.6:
References
Classification of Underground Space / 2:
General / 2.1:
Major Classification Grouping / 2.2:
Function / 2.2.1:
Geometry / 2.2.2:
Origin / 2.2.3:
Site Features / 2.2.4:
Project Features / 2.2.5:
Benefits and Drawbacks of Underground Facilities / 2.3:
Important Considerations / 3:
Geological Considerations / 3.1:
Engineering Considerations / 3.2:
Psychological and Physiological Considerations / 3.3:
Image of the Underground / 3.3.1:
Actual Experiences in Underground Buildings / 3.3.2:
Actual Experience in Windowless and Other Analogous Environments / 3.3.3:
Potential Psychological Problems Associated with Underground Space / 3.3.4:
Mitigating Factors / 3.3.5:
Choosing to Go Underground-General Advantages / 3.4:
Potential Physical Benefits / 3.4.1:
Protection / 3.4.2:
Security / 3.4.3:
Aesthetics / 3.4.4:
Environmental Advantages / 3.4.5:
Materials / 3.4.6:
Initial Cost/Land Cost Savings / 3.4.7:
Construction Savings / 3.4.8:
Sale of Excavated Material or Minerals / 3.4.9:
Savings in Specialized Design Features / 3.4.10:
Operating Cost/Maintenance / 3.4.11:
Energy Use / 3.4.12:
Land Use Efficiency / 3.4.13:
Disaster Readiness/National Security / 3.4.14:
Drawbacks of Underground Space Use / 3.5:
Physical / 3.5.1:
Climate Isolation / 3.5.2:
Communication / 3.5.3:
Human Occupancy / 3.5.4:
Safety Considerations / 3.6:
Fire Explosion / 3.6.1:
Oxygen Shortage/Poisoning / 3.6.2:
Flood / 3.6.3:
Electric Power Failure / 3.6.4:
Ventilation / 3.7:
Legal and Administrative Considerations / 3.8:
Limits of Surface Property Ownership / 3.8.1:
Ownership and the Right to Develop Subsurface Space / 3.8.2:
Application of Surface Land Use Regulations / 3.8.3:
Environmental Controls / 3.8.4:
Restrictions due to Surface and Subsurface Structures / 3.8.5:
Economic Considerations / 3.9:
Underground Space Planning / 4:
Forms of Underground Space Available and Uses / 4.1:
Level-Wise Planning of Underground Space Use / 4.2:
Future Forms of Underground Space Use / 4.3:
Technology for Underground Development / 4.4:
Conceptual Designs / 4.5:
Cost Considerations / 4.6:
Planning of Underground Space / 4.7:
Underground Storage of Food Items / 5:
Section 1 / 5.1:
Problems Associated with Underground Food Storage / 5.2:
Site Selection / 5.3:
Construction and Design / 5.4:
Depth / 5.4.1:
Unit Size / 5.4.2:
Lining / 5.4.3:
Loading and Unloading Equipment / 5.4.4:
Equipment to Equilibrate Grain Temperature during Loading and Unloading / 5.4.5:
Considerations while Loading the Storage / 5.4.6:
Considerations prior to Unloading of Underground Storage / 5.4.7:
Underground Storage Bins in Argentina / 5.4.8:
Potato Storage / 5.5:
Section 2
Refrigerated Rock Stores / 5.6:
Design of Underground Cold Storage / 5.7:
Shape and Size / 5.7.1:
Thermal Properties / 5.7.2:
Cost Comparison / 5.8:
Case Histories / 5.9:
Warehouse Caverns in Singapore / 5.9.1:
Cold Storage Plant in Bergen, Norway / 5.9.2:
Underground Storage of Water / 6:
Water Storage by Recharge Methods / 6.1:
Controlling Factors / 6.2.1:
Recharge Methods / 6.2.2:
Underground Rock Cavern Tank Storage / 6.3:
Function and Location of Water Tanks / 6.3.1:
Comparison between Aboveground and Underground Water Tanks / 6.3.2:
Planning and Design / 6.3.3:
Cost for Underground Cavern Storage / 6.3.4:
Construction and Maintenance Experience / 6.3.5:
The Kvernberget Rock Cavern Tank / 6.4:
The Steinan Rock Cavern Tank, Norway / 6.4.2:
The Groheia Rock Cavern Tank in Kristiansand, Norway / 6.4.3:
Underground Parking / 7:
Types of Parking Facilities / 7.1:
Various Modern Mechanical Underground Parking Options / 7.3:
Trevipark System / 7.3.1:
Douskos Car Parks-Mechanical Underground Parking Station Systems / 7.3.2:
Evaluation Criteria of a Site for Underground Parking / 7.4:
Design of Underground Parking Facilities / 7.5:
Parking Guidance System / 7.6:
Parking Lot Security / 7.7:
Ventilation in Underground Car Parks / 7.8:
Economics of Underground Parking Facilities / 7.9:
Sydney Opera House Underground Car Park / 7.10:
Munich Automated Underground Parking System, Germany / 7.10.2:
Underground Metro and Road Tunnels / 8:
Findings of International Tunnelling Association / 8.1:
Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) / 8.2:
Tunnel Boring Machines for Hard Rocks / 8.2.1:
Shielded Tunnel Boring Machines / 8.2.2:
Precast Lining / 8.3:
Building Condition Survey and Vibration Limit / 8.4:
Impact on Structures / 8.5:
Subsidence / 8.6:
Half-Tunnels for Roads / 8.7:
Road Tunnels / 8.8:
Traffic Safety / 8.8.1:
Construction Details / 8.8.3:
Precautions to Protect Road Tunnels from Deterioration / 8.8.4:
Cost of Construction / 8.8.5:
Subsea Tunnels / 8.9:
Maintenance / 8.9.1:
Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) / 8.10:
Lötschberg Base Tunnel (LBT) / 8.10.2:
Underground Storage of Crude Oil, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, and Natural Gas / 9:
Investigations and Design / 9.1:
Underground Storage Technology / 9.3:
Underground Unlined Storage / 9.3.1:
Underground Lined Storage / 9.3.2:
Storage of Natural Gas / 9.4:
Tunnel-Shaped Storage Facility / 9.5:
Disadvantages / 9.5.1:
Separation Distance between Caverns / 9.5.2:
Multitank Storage (Polytank) Concept / 9.6:
Construction Principles / 9.6.1:
Rock Mechanics of Polytank Storage / 9.6.2:
Field of Applications / 9.6.3:
Advantages / 9.6.4:
General Advantages and Disadvantages of Underground Storages / 9.7:
Inground Tanks / 9.7.1:
Cost Aspects / 9.8.1:
Effect of Earthquake / 9.10:
Carbon Dioxide Sequestration / 9.11:
Civic Facilities Underground / 10:
Sewage and Waste Water Treatment Plant / 10.1:
Case Example of Cost Comparison / 10.2.1:
Sports Center / 10.3:
Underground Ice Rink / 10.3.1:
Swimming Center / 10.3.2:
Underground Pedestrian Path / 10.4:
Operation of the System / 10.4.1:
Shopping Mall / 10.5:
Underground Recreational Facilities / 10.6:
Underground Structures for Hydroelectric Projects / 11:
Recent Developments in Planning of Hydroelectric Projects / 11.1:
Types of Underground Structures / 11.3:
Principles of Planning / 11.4:
Fundamental Requirements / 11.5:
Planning a Cavern / 11.6:
Design of a Cavern / 11.7:
Space and Geometries / 11.7.1:
Geotechniques / 11.7.2:
Orientation / 11.7.3:
Excavation Sequence and Techniques / 11.7.4:
In Situ Stresses / 11.7.5:
Earthquake Forces / 11.7.6:
Supports / 11.7.7:
Advantages and Disadvantages / 11.8:
Churchill Falls Hydroelectric Project / 11.9:
Chhibro Underground Powerhouse / 11.9.2:
Tala Hydroelectric Project, Bhutan / 11.9.3:
Summary / 11.10:
Underground Shelters for Wartime / 12:
State-of-the-Art Defense Shelters / 12.1:
Shelter Options / 12.3:
Design of Shelters / 12.4:
Basement Shelters / 12.4.1:
Expedient Shelter Designs / 12.4.2:
Civil Defense Shelter in Singapore / 12.5:
Beijing's Underground City / 12.5.2:
Underground Storage of Ammunitions and Explosives / 13:
Explosion Effects in Underground Ammunition Storage Sites / 13.1:
Advantages and Disadvantages of Underground Storage / 13.3:
Storage Limitations / 13.4:
Ammunition Containing Flammable Liquids or Gels / 13.4.1:
Ammunition Containing Toxic Agents / 13.4.2:
Suspect Ammunition and Explosives / 13.4.3:
Ammunition Containing Pyrotechnics / 13.4.4:
Ammunition Containing Depleted Uranium / 13.4.5:
Design Requirements of Underground Ammunition Storage Facility / 13.5:
Safety Requirements / 13.5.1:
Military Requirements / 13.5.2:
Financial Aspects / 13.5.3:
Humidity Control and Ventilation / 13.5.4:
Electric Installations and Equipment / 13.5.5:
Lightning Protection / 13.5.6:
Transport and Handling Equipment / 13.5.7:
Fire-Fighting Equipment / 13.5.8:
Facility Layout / 13.6:
Design Guidelines / 13.6.1:
Underground Chambers / 13.6.2:
Exits / 13.6.3:
Branch Passageways / 13.6.4:
Blast Closures / 13.6.5:
Expansion Chambers / 13.6.6:
Constrictions / 13.6.7:
Debris Traps within Underground Facility / 13.6.8:
Blast Traps / 13.6.9:
Portal Barricade / 13.6.10:
Interior Wall Roughness / 13.6.11:
Depth of Cover above Storage Chambers / 13.6.12:
Chamber Separation Requirement / 13.6.13:
Sympathetic Detonation by Rock Spall / 13.7:
Case History / 13.8:
Underground Ammunition Storage Facility, Singapore
Underground Nuclear Waste Repositories / 14:
Types of Radioactive Nuclear Waste / 14.1:
Underground Research Laboratory / 14.3:
Stripa Underground Research Facility / 14.3.1:
Concept of Barriers / 14.4:
Design Aspects of Underground Repository / 14.5:
Vertical Emplacement in a Pit / 14.5.1:
Alternative System Layout for Very Long Hole (VLH) / 14.5.2:
Instrumentation / 14.6:
Retrievability of Canister / 14.7:
Public Acceptance of Radioactive Waste Repository / 14.8:
Contractual Risk Sharing / 15:
The Risk / 15.1:
Management of Risk / 15.2:
Risk Management Tools-Fault Tree Analysis / 15.2.1:
Recommendations of International Tunnelling Association / 15.2.2:
Recommendations of International Standard Organisation / 15.2.3:
Role of Engineering Leaders / 15.2.4:
Construction Planning and Risk / 15.3:
Time and Cost Estimates / 15.4:
Annexure
Index
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Underground Space and Its Requirement / 1.1:
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Laurence W. McKeen, Plastics Design Library.
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , William Andrew Publishing, 2012
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Preface
Introduction to Plastics and Polymers / 1:
Introduction to the Mechanical, Thermal and Permeation Properties of Plastics and Elastomers / 2:
Production of films / 3:
Markets and Applications for films / 4:
Styrenic Plastics / 5:
Polyesters / 6:
Polyamides (Nylons) / 8:
Polyolefins / 9:
Polyvinyls & Acrylics / 10:
Fluoropolymers / 11:
High Temperature/High Performance Polymers / 12:
Elastomers and rubbers / 13:
Renewable Resource or biodegradable polymers / 14:
Appendices
Permeation Unit Conversion Factors
Vapor Transmission rate Conversion factors
Indices
Preface
Introduction to Plastics and Polymers / 1:
Introduction to the Mechanical, Thermal and Permeation Properties of Plastics and Elastomers / 2:
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G. M. McCracken, Peter E. Stott
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Academic Press, 2012
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Technical Summaries
Foreword to the Second Edition
Foreword to the First Edition
Preface
Acknowledgments
What Is Nuclear Fusion? / 1:
The Alchemists' Dream / 1.1:
The Sun's Energy / 1.2:
Can We Use Fusion Energy? / 1.3:
Man-Made Suns / 1.4:
The Rest of the Story / 1.5:
Energy from Mass / 2:
Einstein's Theory / 2.1:
Building Blocks / 2.2:
Something Missing / 2.3:
Fusion in the Sun and Stars / 13:
The Source of the Sun's Energy / 3.1:
The Solar Furnace / 3.2:
Gravitational Confinement / 3.3:
The Formation of Heavier Atoms / 3.4:
Stars and Supernovae / 3.5:
Man-Made Fusion / 4:
Down to Earth / 4.1:
Getting It Together / 4.2:
Breaking Even / 4.3:
Magnetic Confinement / 5:
The First Experiments / 5.1:
Behind Closed Doors / 5.2:
Opening the Doors / 5.3:
ZETA / 5.4:
From Geneva to Novosibirsk / 5.5:
The Hydrogen Bomb / 6:
The Background / 6.1:
The Problems / 6.2:
Beyond the "Sloyka" / 6.3:
Peaceful Uses? / 6.4:
Inertial-Confinement Fusion / 7:
Mini-Explosions / 7.1:
Using Lasers / 7.2:
Alternative Drivers / 7.3:
The Future Program / 7.4:
False Trails / 8:
Fusion in a Test Tube? / 8.1:
Bubble Fusion / 8.2:
Fusion with Mesons / 8.3:
Tokamaks / 9:
The Basics / 9.1:
Instabilities / 9.2:
Diagnosing the Plasma / 9.3:
Impurities / 9.4:
Heating the Plasma / 9.5:
From T3 to ITER / 10:
The Big Tokamaks / 10.1:
Pushing to Peak Performance / 10.2:
Tritium Operation / 10.3:
Scaling to a Power Plant / 10.4:
The Next Step / 10.5:
Continuing Research / 10.6:
Variations on the Tokamak Theme / 10.7:
Stellarators Revisited / 10.8:
ITER / 11:
Historical Background / 11.1:
The Construction Phase Begins / 11.2:
Overview of the ITER Tokamak / 11.3:
The Construction Schedule / 11.4:
Large Inertial-Confinement Systems / 12:
Driver Energy / 12.1:
The National Ignition Facility / 12.2:
Laser Mégajoule (LMJ) / 12.3:
OMEGA and OMEGA EP / 12.4:
FIREX / 12.5:
HiPER / 12.6:
Future Steps / 12.7:
Fusion Power Plants
Early Plans / 13.1:
Fusion Power-Plant Geometry / 13.2:
Radiation Damage and Shielding / 13.3:
Low-Activation Materials / 13.4:
Magnetic-Confinement Fusion / 13.5:
Conceptual Power-Plant Studies and DEMO / 13.6:
A Demonstration ICF Power Plant-LIFE / 13.7:
Tritium Breeding / 13.9:
Why We Will Need Fusion Energy / 14:
World Energy Needs / 14.1:
The Choice of Fuels / 14.2:
The Environmental Impact of Fusion Energy / 14.3:
The Cost of Fusion Energy / 14.4:
Units
Glossary
Further Reading
Index
Technical Summaries
Foreword to the Second Edition
Foreword to the First Edition
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Ivan Djordjevic
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Preface
Introduction
Quantum Mechanics Fundamentals
Quantum Circuits and Quantum Information Processing Fundamentals
Quantum Information Processing
Quantum Algorithms Classical Error Correcting Codes
Quantum Error Correction
Quantum Stabilizer Codes and Beyond Entanglement-Assisted
Quantum LDPC Codes Fault-Tolerant
Quantum Error-Correction and Fault-Tolerant
Quantum Computing
Quantum Information Theory Physical Implementations of Quantum Information Processing
References
Preface
Introduction
Quantum Mechanics Fundamentals
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H. B. Pacejka, Igo Besselink, Society of Automotive Engineers.
出版情報: Elsevier ScienceDirect Books , Butterworth-Heinemann, 2012
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Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Tire and Axle Characteristics / 1.2:
Introduction to Tire Characteristics / 1.2.1:
Effective Axle Cornering Characteristics / 1.2.2:
Vehicle Handling and Stability / 13:
Differential Equations for Plane Vehicle Motions / 1.3.1:
Linear Analysis of the Two-Degree-of-Freedom Model / 1.3.2:
Nonlinear Steady-State Cornering Solutions / 1.3.3:
The Vehicle at Braking or Driving / 1.3.4:
The Moment Method / 1.3.5:
The Car-Trailer Combination / 1.3.6:
Vehicle Dynamics at More Complex Tire Slip Conditions / 1.3.7:
Basic Tire Modeling Considerations / 2:
Definition of Tire Input Quantities / 2.1:
Assessment of Tire Input Motion Components / 23:
Fundamental Differential Equations for a Rolling and Slipping Body / 2.4:
Tire Models (Introductory Discussion) / 2.5:
Theory of Steady-State Slip Force and Moment Generation / 3:
Tire Brush Model / 3.1:
Pure Side Slip / 3.2.1:
Pure Longitudinal Slip / 3.2.2:
Interaction between Lateral and Longitudinal Slip (Combined Slip) / 3.2.3:
Camber and Turning (Spin) / 3.2.4:
The Tread Simulation Model / 3.3:
Application: Vehicle Stability at Braking up to Wheel Lock / 3.4:
Semi-Empirical Tire Models / 4:
The Similarity Method / 4.1:
Pure Slip Conditions / 4.2.1:
Combined Slip Conditions / 4.2.2:
Combined Slip Conditions with Fx as Input Variable / 4.2.3:
The Magic Formula Tire Model / 4.3:
Model Description / 4.3.1:
Full Set of Equations / 4.3.2:
Extension of the Model for Turn Slip / 4.3.3:
Ply-Steer and Conicity / 4.3.4:
The Overturning Couple / 4.3.5:
Comparison with Experimental Data for a Car, a Truck, and a Motorcycle Tire / 4.3.6:
Non-Steady-State Out-of-Plane String-Based Tire Models / 5:
Review of Earlier Research / 5.1:
The Stretched String Model / 5.3:
Model Development / 5.3.1:
Step and Steady-State Response of the String Model / 5.3.2:
Frequency Response Functions of the String Model / 5.3.3:
Approximations and Other Models / 5.4:
Approximate Models / 5.4.1:
Other Models / 5.4.2:
Enhanced String Model with Tread Elements / 5.4.3:
Tire Inertia Effects / 5.5:
First Approximation of Dynamic Influence (Gyroscopic Couple) / 5.5.1:
Second Approximation of Dynamic Influence (First Harmonic) / 5.5.2:
Side Force Response to Time-Varying Load / 5.6:
String Model with Tread Elements Subjected to Load Variations / 5.6.1:
Adapted Bare String Model / 5.6.2:
The Force and Moment Response / 5.6.3:
Theory of the Wheel Shimmy Phenomenon Introduction / 6:
The Simple Trailing Wheel System with Yaw Degree of Freedom / 6.1:
Systems with Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom / 6.3:
Yaw and Lateral Degrees of Freedom with Rigid Wheel/Tire (Third Order) / 6.3.1:
The Fifth-Order System / 6.3.2:
Shimmy and Energy Flow / 6.4:
Unstable Modes and the Energy Circle / 6.4.1:
Transformation of Forward Motion Energy into Shimmy Energy / 6.4.2:
Nonlinear Shimmy Oscillations / 6.5:
Single-Contact-Point Transient Tire Models / 7:
Linear Model / 7.1:
Semi-Non-Linear Model / 7.2.2:
Fully Nonlinear Model / 7.2.3:
Nonlagging Part / 7.2.4:
The Gyroscopic Couple / 7.2.5:
Enhanced Nonlinear Transient Tire Model / 7.3:
Applications of Transient Tire Models / 8:
Vehicle Response to Steer Angle Variations / 8.1:
Cornering on Undulated Roads / 8.2:
Longitudinal Force Response to Tire Nonuniformity, Axle Motions, and Road Unevenness / 8.3:
Effective Rolling Radius Variations at Free Rolling / 8.3.1:
Computation of the Horizontal Longitudinal Force Response / 8.3.2:
Frequency Response to Vertical Axle Motions / 8.3.3:
Frequency Response to Radial Run-out / 8.3.4:
Forced Steering Vibrations / 8.4:
Dynamics of the Unloaded System Excited by Wheel Unbalance / 8.4.1:
Dynamics of the Loaded System with Tire Properties Included / 8.4.2:
ABS Braking on Undulated Road / 8.5:
In-Plane Model of Suspension and Wheel/Tire Assembly / 8.5.1:
Antilock Braking Algorithm and Simulation / 8.5.2:
Starting from Standstill / 8.6:
Short Wavelength Intermediate Frequency Tire Model / 9:
The Contact Patch Slip Model / 9.1:
Brush Model Non-Steady-State Behavior / 9.2.1:
The Model Adapted to the Use of the Magic Formula / 9.2.2:
Parking Maneuvers / 9.2.3:
Tire Dynamics / 9.3:
Dynamic Equations / 9.3.1:
Constitutive Relations / 9.3.2:
Dynamic Tire Model Performance / 9.4:
Dedicated Dynamic Test Facilities / 9.4.1:
Dynamic Tire Simulation and Experimental Results / 9.4.2:
Dynamic Tire Response to Short Road Unevennesses / 10:
Tire Envelopment Properties / 10.1:
The Effective Road Plane Using Basic Functions / 10.1.2:
The Effective Road Plane Using the 'Cam' Road Feeler Concept / 10.1.3:
The Effective Rolling Radius When Rolling Over a Cleat / 10.1.4:
The Location of the Effective Road Plane / 10.1.5:
SWIFT on Road Unevennesses (Simulation and Experiment) / 10.2:
Two-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.1:
Three-Dimensional Unevennesses / 10.2.2:
Motorcycle Dynamics / 11:
Geometry and Inertia / 11.1:
The Steer, Camber, and Slip Angles / 11.2.2:
Air Drag, Driving or Braking, and Fore-and-Aft Load Transfer / 11.2.3:
Tire Force and Moment Response / 11.2.4:
Linear Equations of Motion / 11.3:
The Kinetic Energy / 11.3.1:
The Potential Energy and the Dissipation Function / 11.3.2:
The Virtual Work / 11.3.3:
Complete Set of Linear Differential Equations / 11.3.4:
Stability Analysis and Step Responses / 11.4:
Free Uncontrolled Motion / 11.4.1:
Step Responses of Controlled Motion / 11.4.2:
Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5:
Linear Steady-State Theory / 11.5.1:
Non-Linear Analysis of Steady-State Cornering / 11.5.2:
Modes of Vibration at Large Lateral Accelerations / 11.5.3:
Tire Steady-State and Dynamic Test Facilities / 11.6:
Outlines of Three Advanced Dynamic Tire Models
The RMOD-K Tire Model (Christian Oertel) / 13.1:
The Nonlinear FEM Model / 13.1.1:
The Flexible Belt Model / 13.1.2:
Comparison of Various RMOD-K Models / 13.1.3:
The FTire Tire Model (Michael Gipser) / 13.2:
Structure Model / 13.2.1:
Tread Model / 13.2.3:
Model Data and Parametrization / 13.2.4:
The MF-Swift Tire Model (Igo Besselink) / 13.3:
Model Overview / 13.3.1:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift / 13.3.3:
Parameter Identification / 13.3.4:
Test and Model Comparison / 13.3.5:
References
List of Symbols
Sign Conventions for Force and Moment and Wheel Slip / Appendix 1:
Online Information / Appendix 2:
MF-Tire/MF-Swift Parameters and Estimation Methods / Appendix 3:
Index
Exercises
Preface
Tire Characteristics and Vehicle Handling and Stability / 1:
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Symbols
Foreword
Preface
Introduction / 1:
What are Fluids? / 1.1:
Why Should You Read This Book? / 1.2:
What is the Scope of This Book? / 1.3:
Do You Have to Read the Whole Book? / 1.4:
Some Conventions / 1.5:
Phenomenology of Phase Diagrams / 2:
Basic Considerations / 2.1:
Phase Diagrams-Cuts and Projections / 2.1.1:
Subcritical Vapor-Liquid Equilibria / 2.1.2:
The Lever Rule / 2.1.3:
Supercritical Vapor-Liquid Equilibria / 2.1.4:
Volumetric Behavior / 2.1.5:
Experimentally Known Binary Phase Diagram Classes / 2.2:
Class I / 2.2.1:
Class II / 2.2.2:
Class III / 2.2.3:
Class IV / 2.2.4:
Class V / 2.2.5:
Class VI / 2.2.6:
Class VII / 2.2.7:
Class VIII / 2.2.8:
Rational Nomenclature of Phase Diagram Classes / 2.3:
Ternary Phase Diagrams / 2.4:
One Immiscible Binary Subsystem / 2.4.1:
Two Immiscible Binary Subsystems / 2.4.2:
Three Immiscible Binary Subsystems / 2.4.3:
No Immiscible Binary Subsystems / 2.4.4:
The Ternary Lever Rule / 2.4.5:
Three-Dimensional Representations / 2.4.6:
Miscibility Windows and Cosolvency / 2.4.7:
Phase Diagrams of Polymer Solutions / 2.5:
Problems / 2.6:
Experimental Observation of Phase Equilibria / 3:
Warning / 3.1:
Overview / 3.2:
Synthetic Methods / 3.3:
Analytic Methods / 3.4:
Transient Methods / 3.5:
Methods Using Flow of Matter / 3.5.1:
Methods Using Heat Flow / 3.5.2:
Thermodynamic Variables and Functions / 3.6:
Fundamentals / 4.1:
Energy Functions and the Equation of State / 4.2:
Residual, Excess, and Partial Molar Quantities / 4.3:
Residual Quantities / 4.3.1:
Excess Quantities / 4.3.2:
Partial Molar Quantities / 4.3.3:
Jacobian Determinants / 4.4:
Variables of Historical Importance / 4.5:
Stability and Equilibrium / 4.6:
Criteria of Equilibrium / 5.1:
Thermodynamic Stability and Equilibrium Criteria Based on the Second Law / 5.2:
Phase Equilibria of Pure Substances / 5.3:
Differential Equations / 5.3.1:
Algebraic Equations / 5.3.2:
Critical Points of Pure Fluids / 5.4:
Phase Equilibria of Binary Mixtures / 5.5:
Algebraic Equations Based on the Gibbs Energy / 5.5.1:
Vapor-Liquid Equilibria at Infinite Dilution / 5.5.3:
Mixtures in the Vicinity of Pure-Fluid Critical Points / 5.5.4:
The Isobaric Phase Diagram of an Ideal Mixture / 5.5.5:
Azeotropy / 5.5.6:
Critical Curves / 5.6:
Critical Endpoints / 5.6.1:
Three-Phase Curves / 5.7:
Isochoric Thermodynamics / 5.8:
Isochoric Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibrium / 5.8.1:
Local Stability / 5.8.2:
Mechanical Stability / 5.8.3:
Computation / 5.8.4:
Heat Effects of Phase Transitions / 5.9:
Solid-Fluid Equilibrium / 6:
Thermodynamic Functions of Solids / 6.1:
Equilibrium of a Pure Solid and Mixed Fluid Phase / 6.2:
Remarks on Phase Diagrams of Binary Mixtures / 6.3:
Impure Solids / 6.4:
Continuous Miscibility / 6.4.1:
Continuous Solubility on Interstitial Sites (Clathrates) / 6.4.2:
Formation of Stoichiometric Compounds / 6.4.3:
Equations of State for Pure Fluids / 6.5:
The Ideal Gas / 7.1:
The Virial Equation of State / 7.3:
Cubic Equations of State / 7.4:
The van der Waals Equation of State / 7.4.1:
The Redlich-Kwong Equation / 7.4.2:
The Redlich-Kwong-Soave Equation / 7.4.3:
The Peng-Robinson Equation / 7.4.4:
Generalized Cubic Equations of State / 7.4.5:
Equations of State Based on Molecular Theory / 7.5:
Hard-Sphere Equations of State / 7.5.1:
Attraction Terms / 7.5.2:
Perturbed-Hard-Chain Theories / 7.5.3:
Perturbation Theories / 7.5.4:
Chemical Association Theories / 7.5.5:
Reference Equations of State / 7.6:
The Corresponding-States Principle / 7.7:
Near-Critical Behavior / 7.8:
Which Equation of State is Best? / 7.9:
How to Obtain the Parameters / 7.10:
Equations of State for Mixtures / 7.11:
The Random Mixing Approximation / 8.1:
One-Fluid Theory / 8.3:
Combining Rules / 8.4:
n-Fluid Theories / 8.5:
The Mean-Density Approximation / 8.6:
Advanced Theory / 8.7:
GE-Based Mixing Rules / 8.8:
Anything Goes? / 8.9:
Fuzzy Components / 8.10:
Continuous Thermodynamics / 8.10.1:
Pseudocomponents / 8.10.2:
Global Phase Diagrams / 8.11:
The Concept / 9.1:
The Coordinates of Global Phase Diagrams / 9.2:
Boundary States / 9.3:
Double Critical Endpoints / 9.3.1:
Tricritical Points / 9.3.2:
Border Azeotropy / 9.3.3:
Critical Azeotropic Endpoints / 9.3.4:
Zero-Kelvin Endpoints / 9.3.5:
Critical Pressure Step Points / 9.3.6:
Global Phase Diagrams for Specific Models / 9.4:
The Redlich-Kwong Equation of State / 9.4.1:
The Carnahan-Starling-Redlich-Kwong Equation of State / 9.4.3:
The Carnahan-Starling-van der Waals Equation of State / 9.4.4:
Lattice Gas Models / 9.4.5:
Other Equations of State / 9.4.6:
Are Shield and Sword Regions Realistic? / 9.4.7:
Applications of Global Phase Diagrams / 9.5:
Ternary Systems / 9.6:
Algebraic and Numeric Methods / 9.7:
Errors / A.1:
Round-off Errors / A.1.1:
Termination Errors / A.1.2:
Root of a One-Dimensional Function: Substitution Methods / A.2:
Root of a One-Dimensional Function: Regula Falsi / A.3:
Root of a One-Dimensional Function: Newton's Method / A.4:
Roots of Cubic Polynomials / A.5:
Cardano's Method / A.5.1:
Fast Numeric Method / A.5.2:
The Roots of Quartic Polynomials / A.6:
The Roots of Quintic Polynomials / A.7:
Numerical Differentiation / A.8:
Symmetric Differentiation Methods / A.8.1:
Asymmetric Differentiation Methods / A.8.2:
Numerical Integration / A.9:
Simpson's/Newton's Method / A.9.1:
Gauss' and Chebyshev's Methods / A.9.2:
Romberg's Method / A.9.3:
Improper Integrals / A.9.4:
Ordinary Differential Equations: Runge-Kutta Method / A.10:
Linear Algebra / A.11:
Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Matrix / A.12:
Parameter Fitting and Systems of Nonlinear Equations / A.13:
Proofs / Appendix B:
Legendre Transformation / B.1:
The Slopes of Isochores / B.2:
The Expansion Theorem of Jacobian Determinants / B.3:
Equations of State: Auxiliary Equations for Programming / Appendix C:
The Redlich-Kwong-Soave Equation of State / C.1:
The Peng-Robinson Equation of State / C.4:
The Simplified Perturbed-Hard-Chain Equation of State / C.5:
Solutions of the Problems / Appendix D:
References
Index
Symbols
Foreword
Preface
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Preface
Acknowledgements
About the author
Disclaimer
Introduction / 1:
Design and material utilization / 2:
Materials for consideration and use in automotive body structures / 3:
The role of demonstration, concept and competition cars / 4:
Component manufacture / 5:
Component assembly: materials joining technology / 6:
Corrosion and protection of the automotive structure / 7:
Environmental considerations / 8:
Future trends in automotive body materials / 9:
Index
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Acknowledgements
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Neal G. Anderson
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About the Author
Preface to Second Edition
Foreword
Introduction / 1:
Process Safety / 2:
Route Selection / 3:
Reagent Selection / 4:
Solvent Selection / 5:
Effects of Water / 6:
In-Process Assays, In-Process Controls, and Specifications / 7:
Practical Considerations for Scale-Up / 8:
Optimizing Processes by Minimizing Impurities / 9:
Optimizing Organometallic Reactions / 10:
Workup / 11:
Crystallization and Purification / 12:
Final Product Form and Impurities / 13:
Continuous Operations / 14:
Refining the Process for Simplicity and Ruggedness / 15:
Process Validation and Implementation / 16:
Troubleshooting / 17:
Glossary
General Index
Reactions Index
Reagents Index
Drug Substance Index
About the Author
Preface to Second Edition
Foreword
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E. Roy Davies
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Vision, the Challenge / 1:
Images and Imaging Operations / 2:
Basic Image Filtering Operations / 3:
Thresholding Techniques / 4:
Edge Detection / 5:
Corner and Interest Point Detection / 6:
Mathematical Morphology / 7:
Texture / 8:
Binary Shape Analysis / 9:
Boundary Pattern Analysis / 10:
Line Detection / 11:
Circle and Ellipse Detection / 12:
The Hough Transform and Its Nature / 13:
Abstract Pattern Matching Techniques / 14:
The Three-Dimensional World / 15:
Tackling the perspective n-point problem / 16:
Invariants and perspective / 17:
Image transformations and camera calibration / 18:
Motion / 19:
Automated Visual Inspection / 20:
Inspection of Cereal Grains / 21:
Surveillance / 22:
In-Vehicle Vision Systems24 Statistical Pattern Recognition / 23:
Image Acquisition / 25:
Real-Time Hardware and Systems Design Considerations / 26:
Epilogue-Perspectives in Vision Appendix Robust statistics / 27:
References
Index
Vision, the Challenge / 1:
Images and Imaging Operations / 2:
Basic Image Filtering Operations / 3:
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A. Agung Julius, MinJun Kim, Edward Steager
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Preface
Acknowledgements
About the Editors
Introduction / Part 1:
Motivation for Microbiorobotics
Historical Overview
About this Book
Fundamentals of Cellular Mechanics / Part 2:
Fluid-Structure Interactions and Flagellar Actuation / Henry C. FuChapter 1:
Hydrodynamics of slender filaments / 1.1:
Elastic forces in slender filaments / 1.3:
Swimming velocity of bacterium with helical flagellum / 1.4:
Fluid-structure interactions in bacterial flagella / 1.5:
Flagella in viscoelastic fluids / 1.6:
Fluid-structure interaction in eukaryotic flagella / 1.7:
Probing dynein coordination using models of spontaneous flagellar beating / 1.8:
References
Mathematical Models for Individual Swimming Bacteria / H. Shum ; E.A. GaffneyChapter 2:
The biological, mathematical, and numerical background / 2.1:
A selective survey of recent progress in modeling applications / 2.3:
Future perspectives / 2.4:
Tetrahymena Pyriformis in Motion / Kohidai LászlóChapter 3:
Tetrahymena as a model cell / 3.1:
Migratory responses in biology / 3.3:
Specific signaling pathways / 3.4:
Microbiorobotics in Tetrahymena / 3.5:
Migration-specific phenomena / 3.6:
Strategies in migration assays in Tetrahymena / 3.7:
Concluding remarks / 3.8:
Theoretical Microbiorobotics / Part 3:
Broadcast Control for a Large Array of Stochastically Controlled Piezoelectric Actuators / Jun Ueda ; H. Harry AsadaChapter 4:
Cellular control system inspired by biological muscles / 4.1:
Piezoelectric actuator cells with large strain amplification / 4.3:
Stochastic broadcast feedback / 4.4:
Fingerprint method for modeling and characterizing stochastic actuator arrays / 4.5:
Conclusion / 4.6:
Stochastic Models and Control of Bacterial Bioactuators and Biomicrorobots / A. A. Julius ; M. S. Sakai ; E. B. Steager ; G. J. Pappas ; V. KumarChapter 5:
Stochasticity in the cellular behavior of bacteria / 5.1:
Mathematical models for stochastic cellular behavior / 5.2:
Stochasticity in the flagellated bacteria motility / 5.3:
Modeling and control of MicroBioRobots / 5.4:
Model for electrokinetic actuation / 5.5:
Biological Cell Inspired Stochastic Models and Control / Dejan Milutinovic ; Pedro Lima5.6:
Swarm robotics and models / 6.1:
Immune system cell motility / 6.3:
Hamiltonian approach to open-loop stochastic control / 6.4:
Summary / 6.5:
Experimental Microbiorobotics / Part 4:
Bacteria-Inspired Microrobots / Kathrin E. Peyer ; Arthur W. Mahoney ; Li Zhang ; Jake J. Abbott ; Bradley J. NelsonChapter 7:
Fluid mechanics at low Reynolds numbers / 7.1:
Bacterial swimming / 7.3:
Actuation of artificial bacterial microrobots / 7.4:
Swimming behavior / 7.5:
Artificial bacterial microrobot in biomedical applications / 7.6:
Magnetotactic Bacteria for Microrobotics / Sylvain MartelChapter 8:
MC-1 flagellated magnetotactic bacteria (MTB) / 8.1:
Magnetotactic bacteria as microrobots / 8.3:
Magnetotaxis versus aerotaxis control / 8.4:
Natural, bacterial, or MTB-based microrobots versus artificial bacteria-inspired microrobots / 8.5:
Applications in microassembly / 8.6:
Applications in medical interventions / 8.7:
Conclusions / 8.8:
Flexible Magnetic Microswimmers / Remy DreyfusChapter 9:
Swimming at low Reynolds number / 9.1:
Flexible magnetic filaments / 9.3:
Colloidal swimmers / 9.4:
Bacteria-Powered Microrobots / E.B. Steager ; M.S. Skar ; D. Kim V. Kumar G.J. Pappas ; M.J. Kim9.5:
Methods / 10.1:
Control of microbiorobots / 10.3:
Microbiorobots for manipulation and sensing / 10.4:
Control of Tetrahymena pyriformis as a Microrobot / Dalhyung Kim ; Sean Brigandi ; Paul Kim ; MinJun Kim10.5:
Galvanotaxis Tetrahymena pyriformis / 11.1:
Phototaxis of Tetrahymena pyriformis / 11.3:
Magnetotaxis of Tetrahymena pyriformis / 11.4:
Real-time feedback control system for magnetotactic Tetrahymena pyriformis / 11.5:
Perspectives and Outlook
Index
Preface
Acknowledgements
About the Editors
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Sanjaya Maniktala
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The Principles of Switching Power Conversion / Chapter 1:
DC-DC Converter Design and Magnetics / Chapter 2:
Off-line Converter Design and Magnetics / Chapter 3:
The Topology FAQ / Chapter 4:
Optimal Core Selection / Chapter 5:
Component Ratings, Stresses, Reliability and Life / Chapter 6:
Optimal Power Components Selection / Chapter 7:
Conduction and Switching Losses / Chapter 8:
Discovering New Topologies / Chapter 9:
Printed Circuit Board Layout / Chapter 10:
Thermal Management / Chapter 11:
Feedback Loop Analysis and Stability / Chapter 12:
Paralleling, Interleaving and Sharing / Chapter 13:
The Front-End of AC-DC Power Supplies / Chapter 14:
DM and CM Noise in Switching Power Supplies / Chapter 15:
Fixing EMI across the Board / Chapter 16:
Input Capacitor and Stability / Chapter 17:
The Math behind the Electromagnetic Puzzle / Chapter 18:
Solved Examples / Chapter 19:
The Principles of Switching Power Conversion / Chapter 1:
DC-DC Converter Design and Magnetics / Chapter 2:
Off-line Converter Design and Magnetics / Chapter 3:
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Carl Wu, C. David Allis, C. David Allis
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Genetic Assays of Chromatin Modification and Remodeling
Histone Modifying Enzymes
ATP_Dependent Chromatin Remodeling Enzymes
Transcription and Other Transactions on Chromatin Templates
Genetic Assays of Chromatin Modification and Remodeling
Histone Modifying Enzymes
ATP_Dependent Chromatin Remodeling Enzymes
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Dennis R. Moss, Michael M. Basic
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General Topics / 1:
General Design / 2:
Flange Design / 3:
Design of Vessel Supports / 4:
Vessel Internals / 5:
Special Designs / 6:
Local Loads / 7:
High Pressure Vessels / 8:
Related Equipment / 9:
Transportation & Erection / 10:
Materials & Testing Appendices / 11:
General Topics / 1:
General Design / 2:
Flange Design / 3:
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P. L. Silveston, R. R. Hudgins, Robert R. Hudgins, Peter L. Silveston, Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain)
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Introduction / Chapter 1:
Hydrogenation Processes / Chapter 2:
Catalytic Oxidation and Reduction of Gases / Chapter 3:
Partial Oxidation and Dehydrogenation of Hydrocarbons / Chapter 4:
Combustion Systems / Chapter 5:
Automotive Exhaust Catalysis / Chapter 6:
Polymerization Processes / Chapter 7:
Catalytic Fluid-Solid Reactions / Chapter 8:
Electrochemical Systems / Chapter 9:
Biochemical Reactions and Processes / Chapter 10:
Miscellaneous Reactions / Chapter 11:
Multiple Reactions / Chapter 12:
Use of Modulation in Mechanism Studies / Chapter 13:
Theoretical Prediction of Reactor Performance / Chapter 14:
Pressure Modulation / Chapter 15:
Temperature Modulation / Chapter 16:
Flow Modulation in 3 Phase Reactors / Chapter 17:
Flow Direction Switching / Chapter 18:
Control of Modulation System / Chapter 19:
Discontinuous Moving Bed Chromatographic Reactors / Chapter 20:
Simulated Moving Bed Chromatographic Reactors / Chapter 21:
Pressure and Temperature Swing Reactors / Chapter 22:
Research and Development Challenges / Chapter 23:
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Hydrogenation Processes / Chapter 2:
Catalytic Oxidation and Reduction of Gases / Chapter 3:
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Peter J. Ogrodnik
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Introduction
Medical devices: Definitions by FDA, MDD
The design process
Product development procedures
Developing a design specification
Ideas generation and selection
Implementing Quality in Design
FMEA Risk analysis 2k factorials
House of quality design optimization
Design for manufacture
Design for assembly
Design for disassembly
Life cycle analysis and environmental regulation
Introduction
Medical devices: Definitions by FDA, MDD
The design process
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Jiyuan Tu, Chaoqun Liu, Guan Heng Yeoh
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Introduction
CFD Solution Procedure - A Beginning
Governing Equations for CFD - Fundamentals
CFD Techniques - Basics
CFD Solution Analysis - Essentials
Practical Guidelines on CFD Simulation and Analysis
Applications of CFD with Examples
More Advanced Topics in CFD
Appendices (Derivation of Conservation Equations
Upwind Schemes
CFD Project Assignments)
Introduction
CFD Solution Procedure - A Beginning
Governing Equations for CFD - Fundamentals
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J. E. House
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Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Structure of Atoms and Molecules / Part 1:
Light, Electrons, and Nuclei / Chapter 1:
Some Early Experiments in Atomic Physics / 1.1:
The Nature of Light / 1.2:
The Bohr Model / 1.3:
Particle-Wave Duality / 1.4:
Electronic Properties of Atoms / 1.5:
Nuclear Binding Energy / 1.6:
Nuclear Stability / 1.7:
Types of Nuclear Decay / 1.8:
Predicting Decay Modes / 1.9:
Basic Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Structure / Chapter 2:
The Postulates / 2.1:
The Hydrogen Atom / 2.2:
The Helium Atom / 2.3:
Slater Wave Functions / 2.4:
Electron Configurations / 2.5:
Spectroscopic States / 2.6:
Covalent Bonding in Diatomic Molecules / Chapter 3:
The Basic Ideas of Molecular Orbital Methods / 3.1:
The H2+ and H2 Molecules / 3.2:
Diatomic Molecules of Second-Row Elements / 3.3:
Photoelectron Spectroscopy / 3.4:
Heteronuclear Diatomic Molecules / 3.5:
Electronegativity / 3.6:
Spectroscopic States for Molecules / 3.7:
A Survey of Inorganic Structures and Bonding / Chapter 4:
Structures of Molecules Having Single Bonds / 4.1:
Resonance and Formal Charge / 4.2:
Complex Structures: A Preview of Coming Attractions / 4.3:
Electron-Deficient Molecules / 4.4:
Structures Having Unsaturated Rings / 4.5:
Bond Energies / 4.6:
Symmetry and Molecular Orbitals / Chapter 5:
Symmetry Elements / 5.1:
Orbital Symmetry / 5.2:
A Brief Look at Group Theory / 5.3:
Construction of Molecular Orbitals / 5.4:
Orbitals and Angles / 5.5:
Simple Calculations Using the Hückel Method / 5.6:
Condensed Phases / Part 2:
Dipole Moments and Intermolecular Interactions / Chapter 6:
Dipole Moments / 6.1:
Dipole-Dipole Forces / 6.2:
Dipole-Induced Dipole Forces / 6.3:
London (Dispersion) Forces / 6.4:
The van der Waals Equation / 6.5:
Hydrogen Bonding / 6.6:
Cohesion Energy and Solubility Parameters / 6.7:
Solvatochromism / 6.8:
Ionic Bonding and Structures of Solids / Chapter 7:
Energetics of Crystal Formation / 7.1:
Madelung Constants / 7.2:
The Kapustinskii Equation / 7.3:
Ionic Sizes and Crystal Environments / 7.4:
Crystal Structures / 7.5:
Solubility of Ionic Compounds / 7.6:
Proton and Electron Affinities / 7.7:
Structures of Metals / 7.8:
Defects in Crystals / 7.9:
Phase Transitions in Solids / 7.10:
Heat Capacity / 7.11:
Hardness of Solids / 7.12:
Dynamic Processes in Inorganic Solids / Chapter 8:
Characteristics of Solid-State Reactions / 8.1:
Kinetic Models for Reactions in Solids / 8.2:
Thermal Methods of Analysis / 8.3:
Effects of Pressure / 8.4:
Reactions in Some Solid Inorganic Compounds / 8.5:
Phase Transitions / 8.6:
Reactions at Interfaces / 8.7:
Diffusion in Solids / 8.8:
Sintering / 8.9:
Drift and Conductivity / 8.10:
Acids, Bases, and Solvents / Part 3:
Acid-Base Chemistry / Chapter 9:
Arrhenius Theory / 9.1:
Brønsted-Lowry Theory / 9.2:
Factors Affecting the Strength of Acids and Bases / 9.3:
Acid-Base Character of Oxides / 9.4:
Proton Affinities / 9.5:
Lewis Theory / 9.6:
Catalytic Behavior of Acids and Bases / 9.7:
The Hard-Soft Interaction Principle (HSIP) / 9.8:
Electronic Polarizabilities / 9.9:
The Drago Four-Parameter Equation / 9.10:
Chemistry in Nonaqueous Solvents / Chapter 10:
Some Common Nonaqueous Solvents / 10.1:
The Solvent Concept / 10.2:
Amphoteric Behavior / 10.3:
The Coordination Model / 10.4:
Chemistry in Liquid Ammonia / 10.5:
Liquid Hydrogen Fluoride / 10.6:
Liquid Sulfur Dioxide / 10.7:
Superacids / 10.8:
Chemistry of the Elements / Part 4:
Chemistry of Metallic Elements / Chapter 11:
The Metallic Elements / 11.1:
Band Theory / 11.2:
Groups IA and IIA Metals / 11.3:
Zintl Phases / 11.4:
Aluminum and Beryllium / 11.5:
The First-Row Transition Metals / 11.6:
Second- and Third-Row Transition Metals / 11.7:
Alloys / 11.8:
Chemistry of Transition Metals / 11.9:
The Lanthanides / 11.10:
Organometallic Compounds of the Main Group Elements / Chapter 12:
Preparation of Organometallic Compounds / 12.1:
Organometallic Compounds of Group IA Metals / 12.2:
Organometallic Compounds of Group IIA Metals / 12.3:
Organometallic Compounds of Group IIIA Metals / 12.4:
Organometallic Compounds of Group IVA Metals / 12.5:
Organometallic Compounds of Group VA Elements / 12.6:
Organometallic Compounds of Zn, Cd, and Hg / 12.7:
Chemistry of Nonmetallic Elements I. Hydrogen, Boron, Oxygen, and Carbon / Chapter 13:
Hydrogen / 13.1:
Boron / 13.2:
Oxygen / 13.3:
Carbon / 13.4:
Chemistry of Nonmetallic Elements II Groups IVA and VA / Chapter 14:
The Group IVA Elements / 14.1:
Nitrogen / 14.2:
Phosphorus, Arsenic, Antimony, and Bismuth / 14.3:
Chemistry of Nonmetallic Elements EL Groups VIA-VTIIA / Chapter 15:
Sulfur, Selenium, and Tellurium / 15.1:
The Halogens / 15.2:
The Noble Gases / 15.3:
Chemistry of Coordination Compounds / Part 5:
Introduction to Coordination Chemistry / Chapter 16:
Structures of Coordination Compounds / 16.1:
Metal-Ligand Bonds / 16.2:
Naming Coordination Compounds / 16.3:
Isomerism / 16.4:
A Simple Valence Bond Description of Coordinate Bonds / 16.5:
Magnetism / 16.6:
A Survey of Complexes of First-Row Metals / 16.7:
Complexes of Second- and Third-Row Metals / 16.8:
The 18-Electron Rule / 16.9:
Back Donation / 16.10:
Complexes of Dinitrogen, Dioxygen, and Dihydrogen / 16.11:
Ligand Fields and Molecular Orbitals / Chapter 17:
Splitting of d Orbital Energies in Octahedral Fields / 17.1:
Splitting of d Orbital Energies in Fields of Other Symmetry / 17.2:
Factors Affecting Δ / 17.3:
Consequences of Crystal Field Splitting / 17.4:
Jahn-Teller Distortion / 17.5:
Spectral Bands / 17.6:
Molecular Orbitals in Complexes / 17.7:
Interpretation of Spectra / Chapter 18:
Splitting of Spectroscopic States / 18.1:
Orgel Diagrams / 18.2:
Racah Parameters and Quantitative Methods / 18.3:
The Nephelauxetic Effect / 18.4:
Tanabe-Sugano Diagrams / 18.5:
The Lever Method / 18.6:
Jørgensen's Method / 18.7:
Charge Transfer Absorption / 18.8:
Composition and Stability of Complexes / 18.9:
Composition of Complexes in Solution / 19.1:
Job's Method of Continuous Variations / 19.2:
Equilibria Involving Complexes / 19.3:
Distribution Diagrams / 19.4:
Factors Affecting the Stability of Complexes / 19.5:
Synthesis and Reactions of Coordination Compounds / Chapter 20:
Synthesis of Coordination Compounds / 20.1:
Substitution Reactions in Octahedral Complexes / 20.2:
Ligand Field Effects / 20.3:
Acid-Catalyzed Reactions of Complexes / 20.4:
Base-Catalyzed Reactions of Complexes / 20.5:
The Compensation Effect / 20.6:
Linkage Isomerization / 20.7:
Substitution in Square Planar Complexes / 20.8:
The Trans Effect / 20.9:
Electron Transfer Reactions / 20.10:
Reactions in Solid Coordination Compounds / 20.11:
Complexes Containing Metal-Carbon and Metal-Metal Bonds / Chapter 21:
Binary Metal Carbonyls / 21.1:
Structures of Metal Carbonyls / 21.2:
Bonding of Carbon Monoxide to Metals / 21.3:
Preparation of Metal Carbonyls / 21.4:
Reactions of Metal Carbonyls / 21.5:
Structure and Bonding in Metal-Alkene Complexes / 21.6:
Preparation of Metal-Alkene Complexes / 21.7:
Chemistry of Cyclopentadienyl and Related Complexes / 21.8:
Bonding in Ferrocene / 21.9:
Reactions of Ferrocene and other Metallocenes / 21.10:
Complexes of Benzene and Related Aromatics / 21.11:
Compounds Containing Metal-Metal Bonds / 21.12:
Coordination Compounds in Catalysis / Chapter 22:
Elementary Steps in Catalytic Processes / 22.1:
Homogeneous Catalysis / 22.2:
Bioinorganic Chemistry / Chapter 23:
What Metals Do in Some Living Systems / 23.1:
Cytotoxicity of Some Metal Compounds / 23.2:
Antimalarial Metallodrugs / 23.3:
Ionization Energies / Appendix A:
Character Tables for Selected Point Groups / Appendix B:
Index
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Structure of Atoms and Molecules / Part 1:
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Introduction / Ch 1:
Pulse Propagation in Fibers / Ch 2:
Group-Velocity Dispersion / Ch 3:
Self-Phase Modulation / Ch 4:
Optical Solitons / Ch 5:
Polarization Effects / Ch 6:
Cross-Phase Modulation / Ch 7:
Stimulated Raman Scattering / Ch 8:
Stimulated Brillouin Scattering / Ch 9:
Four-Wave Mixing / Ch 10:
Highly Nonlinear Fibers / Ch 11:
Novel Nonlinear Phenomena / Ch 12:
Supercontinuum Generation / Ch 13:
System of Units / App A:
Numerical Code for the NLS Equation / App B:
List of Acronyms / App C:
Introduction / Ch 1:
Pulse Propagation in Fibers / Ch 2:
Group-Velocity Dispersion / Ch 3:
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Introduction / 1:
Constituent Material Modeling / 2:
Fundamentals of the Mechanics of Multiphase Materials / 3:
Homogenization Using Method of Cells / 4:
Homogenization Using the Generalized Method of Cells (GMC) / 5:
Homogenization Using the High Fidelity Generalized Method of Cells (HFGMC) / 6:
Multiscale Modeling / 7:
Fully Coupled Thermomicromechanical Analysis of Multiphase Composites / 8:
Micromechanical Analyses of Smart Composite Materials / 9:
Multiscale Analyses of Smart Composite Materials / 10:
Finite Strain Micromechanical Modeling of Multiphase Composite / 11:
Higher-Order Theory For Functionally Graded Materials / 12:
Wave propagation in Composite Materials / 13:
References
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
Constituent Material Modeling / 2:
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Foreword / Dr. Kalyani Bogineni
Preface / Dr. Ulf Nilsson
Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
Introduction - Background and Vision of EPC / Part I:
Mobile Broadband and the Core Network Evolution / Chapter 1:
A Global Standard / 1.1:
Origins of the Evolved Packet Core / 1.2:
3GPP Radio Access Technologies / 1.2.1:
3GPP2 Radio Access Technologies / 1.2.2:
SAE - Building Bridges Between Different Networks / 1.2.3:
A Shifting Value Chain / 1.3:
Terminology Used in This Book / 1.4:
Overview of EPS / Part II:
Architecture Overview / Chapter 2:
EPS Architecture / 2.1:
Basic LP Connectivity Over LTE Access / 2.1.1:
Adding More Advanced Functionality for LTE Access / 2.1.2:
Interworking Between LTE and GSM/GPRS or WCDMA/HSPA / 2.1.3:
Support for 3GPP Voice Services / 2.1.4:
Interworking Between LTE and CDMA Networks / 2.1.5:
Interworking Between 3GPP Access Technologies and Non-3GPP Access Technologies / 2.1.6:
Support for Broadcasting in Cellular Networks / 2.1.7:
Positioning Services / 2.1.8:
Optimizations for Small Cells and Local Access / 2.1.9:
Miscellaneous Features / 2.1.10:
Summary of the Architecture Overview / 2.1.11:
Mobile Network Radio Technologies / 2.2:
Overview of Radio Networks for Mobile Services / 2.2.1:
Radio Network Functionality / 2.2.2:
GSM / 2.2.3:
WCDMA / 2.2.4:
LTE / 2.2.5:
EPS Deployment Scenarios and Operator Cases / Chapter 3:
Scenario 1: Existing GSM/GPRS and/or WCDMA/HSPA Operators Deploying LTE/EPC / 3.1:
First Phase - Initial EPC Deployment / 3.1.1:
Second Phase - Integration with Existing Packet Core / 3.1.2:
Third Phase - Further Optimizations Towards the Common Core / 3.1.3:
Scenario 2: Existing CDMA Operators Deploying LTE/EPC / 3.2:
Scenario 3: New Operators Deploying LTE/EPC / 3.3:
Data Services in EPS / Chapter 4:
Messaging Services / 4.1:
Machine Type Communication / 4.2:
Industrial and Corporate Uses / 4.2.1:
Societal - M2M and Sustainable Development / 4.2.2:
Voice Services in EPS / Chapter 5:
Realization of Voice Over LTE / 5.1:
Voice Services Using IMS Technology / 5.2:
Single-Radio Voice Call Continuity (SRVCC) / 5.3:
Circuit-Switched Fallback / 5.4:
Comparing MMTel/SRVCC and CSFB / 5.5:
IMS Emergency Calls and Priority Services / 5.6:
Key Concepts and Services / Part III:
Session Management and Mobility / Chapter 6:
IP Connectivity and Session Management / 6.1:
The LP Connection / 6.1.1:
Session Management, Bearers, and QoS Aspects / 6.2:
General / 6.2.1:
The EPS Bearer for E-UTRAN Access / 6.2.2:
Session Management for EPS and GERAN/UTRAN Accesses / 6.2.3:
Session Management for Other Accesses / 6.2.4:
Subscriber Identifiers and Corresponding Legacy Identities / 6.3:
Permanent Subscriber Identifiers / 6.3.1:
Temporary Subscriber Identifiers / 6.3.2:
Relation to Subscription Identifiers in 2G/3G / 6.3.3:
Mobility Principles / 6.4:
Mobility within 3GPP Family of Accesses / 6.4.1:
Idle-Mode Signaling Reduction (ISR) / 6.4.3:
Closed Subscriber Group / 6.4.4:
Mobility Between E-UTRAN and HRPD / 6.4.5:
Generic Mobility Between 3GPP and Non-3GPP Accesses / 6.4.6:
Access Network Discovery and Selection / 6.4.7:
Interworking with Managed WLAN Networks / 6.5:
Pooling, Overload Protection, and Congestion Control / 6.6:
Security / Chapter 7:
Introduction / 7.1:
Security Services / 7.2:
Security Domains / 7.2.1:
Network Access Security / 7.3:
Access Security in E-UTRAN / 7.3.1:
Interworking with GERAN/UTRAN / 7.3.2:
Special Consideration for IMS Emergency Calls / 7.3.3:
Trusted and Untrusted Non-3GPP Accesses / 7.3.4:
Access Security in Trusted Non-3GPP Accesses / 7.3.5:
Access Security in Untrusted Non-3GPP Access / 7.3.6:
Special Considerations for Host-Based Mobility DSMIPv6 / 7.3.7:
Network Domain Security / 7.4:
User Domain Security / 7.5:
Security Aspects of Home eNBs and Home NBs / 7.6:
H(e)NB Security Architecture / 7.6.1:
Closed Subscriber Groups / 7.6.2:
Device Authentication / 7.6.3:
Hosting Party Authentication / 7.6.4:
Backhaul Link Security / 7.6.5:
Location Verification / 7.6.6:
Lawful Intercept / 7.7:
Quality of Service, Charging, and Policy Control / Chapter 8:
Quality of Service / 8.1:
QoS in E-UTRAN / 8.1.1:
QoS Aspects When Interworking with Other Accesses / 8.1.2:
Policy and Charging Control / 8.2:
The PCC Architecture / 8.2.1:
Basic PCC Concepts / 8.2.2:
Network vs. Terminal-Initiated QoS Control / 8.2.3:
PCC and Roaming / 8.2.4:
Additional PCC Features Developed Since Release 8 / 8.2.5:
PCC Support for Fixed Broadband Access / 8.2.6:
Charging / 8.3:
Selection Functions / Chapter 9:
Architecture Overview for Selection Functions / 9.1:
Selection of MME, SGSN, Serving GW, and PDN GW / 9.2:
Selection Procedure at a Glance / 9.2.1:
Use of DNS Infrastructure / 9.2.2:
MME Selection / 9.2.3:
SGSN Selection Function for EPS / 9.2.4:
GW Selection Overview / 9.2.5:
PDN GW Selection Function / 9.2.6:
Serving GW Selection Function / 9.2.7:
Handover (Non-3GPP Access) and PDN GW Selection / 9.2.8:
PCRF Selection / 9.3:
Subscriber Data Management. / Chapter 10:
Home Subscriber Server (HSS) / 10.1:
Subscriber Profile Repository (SPR) / 10.2:
User Data Convergence (UDC) / 10.3:
UDC Overall Description / 10.3.1:
Front-Ends and User Data Repository / 10.3.2:
Voice and Emergency Services / Chapter 11:
Voice Services Based on Circuit-Switched Technology / 11.1:
Voice Services with IMS Technology / 11.2:
MMTel / 11.3:
MMTel Architecture / 11.3.1:
VoLTE / 11.4:
T-ADS / 11.5:
Ensuring Service Coverage / 11.5.1:
Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SRVCC) / 11.6:
Entities with Additional Functions to Support SRVCC / 11.6.1:
IMS Centralized Services (ICS) / 11.7:
Service Centralization and Continuity Application Server (SCC-AS) / 11.7.1:
SRVCC from E-UTRAN to GERAN or UTRAN / 11.7.2:
SRVCC from E-UTRAN to CDMA 1×RTT / 11.8:
Migration Paths and Coexistence of Circuit-Switched and VoLTE / 11.9:
EPS Emergency Bearer Service for IMS Emergency / 11.11:
Multimedia Priority Service (MPS) / 11.12:
LTE Broadcasting / Chapter 12:
Background and Main Concepts / 12.1:
MBMS Solution Overview / 12.2:
MBMS User Services / 12.3:
Associated Delivery Procedures / 12.3.1:
Mobile Network Architecture for MBMS / 12.4:
Interfaces / 12.4.1:
MBMS Bearer Services / 12.5:
Session Start / 12.5.1:
Session Stop / 12.5.2:
Session Update / 12.5.3:
Positioning / Chapter 13:
Positioning Solutions / 13.1:
Positioning Architecture and Protocols / 13.2:
Positioning Methods / 13.3:
Position-Reporting Formats / 13.4:
EPS Positioning Entities and Interfaces / 13.5:
GMLC / 13.5.1:
E-SMLC / 13.5.2:
SLP / 13.5.3:
Le Interface / 13.5.4:
SLg Interface / 13.5.5:
SLs Interface / 13.5.6:
LTE Positioning Protocol (LPP) / 13.5.7:
LTE Positioning Protocol Annex (LPPa) / 13.5.8:
Positioning Procedure / 13.6:
Offload Functions and Simultaneous Multi-Access / Chapter 14:
Offloading the 3GPP RAN - Simultaneous Multi-Access / 14.1:
Multi-Access PDN Connectivity (MAPCON) / 14.2.1:
LP Flow Mobility (LFOM) / 14.2.2:
Non-Seamless WLAN Offloading (NSWO) / 14.2.3:
Offloading the Core and Transport Network - Selected IP Traffic Offload (SLPTO) / 14.3:
Access to Local Networks - Local LP Access (LLPA) / 14.4:
The Nuts and Bolts of EPC / Part IV:
EPS Network Entities and Interfaces / Chapter 15:
Network Entities / 15.1:
eNodeB / 15.1.1:
Mobility Management Entity / 15.1.2:
Serving GW / 15.1.3:
PDN GW / 15.1.4:
Policy and Charging Rules Function / 15.1.5:
Home eNodeB Subsystem and Related Entities / 15.1.6:
Control Plane Between UE, eNodeB, and MME / 15.2:
S1-MME / 15.2.1:
GTP-Based Interfaces / 15.3:
Control Plane / 15.3.1:
MME↔MME(SIO) / 15.3.2:
MME↔Serving GW(S 11) / 15.3.3:
Serving GW↔PDN GW (S5/S8) / 15.3.4:
SGSN↔MME (S3) / 15.3.5:
SGSN↔Serving GW (S4) / 15.3.6:
SGSN↔SGSN (S16) / 15.3.7:
Trusted WLAN Access Network ↔ PDN GW (S2a) / 15.3.8:
ePDG PDN GW (S2b) / 15.3.9:
User Plane / 15.3.10:
eNodeB Serving GW (S1-U) / 15.3.11:
UE ↔ eNodeB Serving GW PDN GW (GTP-TJ) / 15.3.12:
UE ↔ BSS ↔ SGSN ↔ Serving GW ↔ PDN GW (GTP-U) / 15.3.13:
UE ↔ UTRAN ↔ Serving GW ↔ PDN GW (GTP-U) / 15.3.14:
UE ↔ UTRAN ↔ SGSN Serving GW ↔ PDN GW (GTP-U) / 15.3.15:
UE ↔ Trusted WLAN Access Network ↔ PDN GW (GTP-U) / 15.3.16:
UE ↔ ePDG ↔ PDN GW (GTP-U) / 15.3.17:
PMLP-Based Interfaces / 15.4:
Serving GW-PDN GW (S5/S8) / 15.4.1:
Trusted Non-3GPP IP Access-PDN GW (S2a) / 15.4.2:
ePDG-PDN GW (S2b) / 15.4.3:
DSMLPv6-Based Interfaces / 15.5:
UE-PDN GW (S2c) / 15.5.1:
HSS-Related Interfaces and Protocols / 15.6:
MME-HSS (S6a) and SGSN-HSS (S6d) / 15.6.1:
AAA-Related Interfaces / 15.7:
AAA Server-HSS (SWx) / 15.7.1:
Trusted Non-3GPP Access-3GPP AAA Server/Proxy (STa) / 15.7.3:
Untrusted Non-3GPP BP Access-3GPP AAA Server/Proxy (SWa) / 15.7.4:
ePDG-3GPP AAA Server/Proxy (SWm) / 15.7.5:
PDN GW-3GPP AAA Server/Proxy (S6b) / 15.7.6:
3GPP AAA Proxy-3GPP AAA Server/Proxy (SWd) / 15.7.7:
PCC-Related Interfaces / 15.8:
PCEF-PCRF (Gx) / 15.8.1:
BBERF-PCRF (Gxa/Gxc) / 15.8.3:
PCRF-AE (Rx) / 15.8.4:
TDF-PCRF (Sd) / 15.8.5:
OCS-PCRF (Sy) / 15.8.6:
PCRF-PCRF (S9) / 15.8.7:
BPCF-PCRF (S9a) / 15.8.8:
SPR-PCRF(Sp) / 15.8.9:
EIR-Related Interfaces / 15.9:
MME-EIR and SGSN-EIR Interfaces (S13 and S13') / 15.9.1:
I-WLAN-Related Interfaces / 15.10:
UE-ePDG (SWu) / 15.10.1:
ANDSF-Related Interfaces / 15.11:
ISMP Policy Node / 15.11.1:
Discovery Information Node / 15.11.2:
UE Location Node / 15.11.3:
ISRP Node / 15.11.4:
Ext Node / 15.11.5:
HRPD IW-Related Interfaces / 15.12:
Optimized Handover and Related Interfaces (S101 and S103) / 15.12.1:
MME ↔ eHRPD Access Network (S101) / 15.12.2:
Serving GW ↔ HSGW (S103) / 15.12.3:
Interface to External Networks / 15.13:
Functions / 15.13.1:
CSS Interface / 15.14:
MME-CSS Interface (S7a) / 15.14.1:
Protocols / Chapter 16:
GPRS Tunneling Protocol Overview / 16.1:
Protocol Structure / 16.2.1:
Control Plane (GTPv2-C) / 16.2.2:
User Plane (GTPv1-U) / 16.2.3:
Protocol Format / 16.2.4:
Mobile IP / 16.3:
Host-Based and Network-Based Mobility Mechanisms / 16.3.1:
Basic Principles of Mobile IP / 16.3.3:
Mobile IPv6 Security / 16.3.4:
Packet Format / 16.3.5:
Dual-Stack Operation / 16.3.6:
Additional MLPv6 Features - Route Optimization / 16.3.7:
Proxy Mobile IPv6 / 16.4:
Basic Principles / 16.4.1:
PMLPv6 Security / 16.4.3:
PMLPv6 Packet Format / 16.4.4:
Diameter / 16.4.5:
Background / 16.5.1:
Diameter Nodes / 16.5.2:
Diameter Sessions, Connections, and Transport / 16.5.4:
Diameter Request Routing / 16.5.5:
Peer Discovery / 16.5.6:
Diameter Message Format / 16.5.7:
Generic Routing Encapsulation / 16.6:
Basic Protocol Aspects / 16.6.1:
GRE Packet Format / 16.6.3:
S1-AP / 16.7:
Non-Access Stratum (NAS) / 16.8:
EPS Mobility Management / 16.8.1:
EPS Session Management / 16.8.2:
Message Structure / 16.8.3:
Security-Protected NAS Messages / 16.8.4:
Message Transport / 16.8.5:
Future Extensions and Backward Compatibility / 16.8.6:
IP Security / 16.9:
Encapsulated Security Payload and Authentication Header / 16.9.1:
Internet Key Exchange / 16.9.3:
IKEv2 Mobility and Multi-Homing / 16.9.4:
Extensible Authentication Protocol / 16.10:
Overview / 16.10.1:
Protocol / 16.10.2:
Stream Control Transmission Protocol / 16.11:
Basic Protocol Features / 16.11.1:
Multi-Steaming / 16.11.3:
Multi-Homing / 16.11.4:
Packet Structure / 16.11.5:
Procedures / Chapter 17:
Attachment and Detachment for E-UTRAN / 17.1:
Attachment Procedure for E-UTRAN / 17.1.1:
Detachment Procedure for E-UTRAN / 17.1.2:
Tracking Area Update for E-UTRAN / 17.2:
Tracking Area Update Procedure / 17.2.1:
TA Update with MME Change / 17.2.2:
Service Request for E-UTRAN / 17.3:
UE Triggered Service Request / 17.3.1:
Network Triggered Service Request / 17.3.2:
Intra- and Inter-3GPP Access Handover / 17.4:
Phases of the Handover Procedures / 17.4.1:
Handover Cases in EPS for 3GPP Accesses / 17.4.2:
Handover within E-UTRAN Access / 17.4.3:
Handover between E-UTRAN and Other 3GPP Accesses (GERAN, UTRAN) with S4-SGSN / 17.4.4:
Handover for Gn/Gp-Based SGSN / 17.4.5:
Handover between GERAN and UTRAN Access Using S4 SGSN and GTP/PMTP Protocol / 17.4.6:
Bearer and QoS-Related Procedures / 17.5:
Bearer Procedures for E-UTRAN / 17.5.1:
Bearer Procedures for GERAN/UTRAN / 17.5.2:
Attachment and Detachment for Non-3GPP Accesses / 17.6:
Attachment Procedure in Trusted WLAN Access Network (TWAN) Using GTPv2 on S2a / 17.6.1:
Detachment Procedure in Trusted WLAN Access Network (TWAN) Using GTPv2 on S2a / 17.6.2:
Attachment Procedure in Untrusted Non-3GPP Access Using PMJPv6 (S2b) / 17.6.3:
Detachment Procedure in Untrusted Non-3GPP Access Using PMIPv6 (S2b) / 17.6.4:
Attachment Procedure in Trusted Non-3GPP Access Using DSMTPv6 (S2c) / 17.6.5:
Detachment Procedure in Trusted Non-3GPP Access Using DSMJPv6 (S2c) / 17.6.6:
Intersystem Handover Between 3GPP and Non-3GPP Accesses / 17.7:
Details of Handover in EPS with Non-3GPP Accesses / 17.7.1:
QoS-Related Procedures in Non-3GPP Accesses / 17.8:
Conclusion and Future of EPS / Part V:
Conclusions and Looking Ahead / Chapter 18:
Standards Bodies Associated with EPS / Appendix A:
References
Index
Foreword / Dr. Kalyani Bogineni
Preface / Dr. Ulf Nilsson
Acknowledgements
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Do You Qualify For the Opt-Out Rule? / Chapter 1:
The Facts about the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule / Chapter 2:
Hazard Standards for Lead in Paint, Dust, and Soil / Chapter 3:
Avoiding Lead in Potable Water Systems and Indoor Air / Chapter 4:
Understanding the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) / Chapter 5:
Lead Abatement / Chapter 6:
Disposing of Lead Paint Debris / Chapter 7:
Training and Certification Programs / Chapter 8:
Appendix : Lead Resources
Do You Qualify For the Opt-Out Rule? / Chapter 1:
The Facts about the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule / Chapter 2:
Hazard Standards for Lead in Paint, Dust, and Soil / Chapter 3:
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Preface
About the Authors
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Environmental Assessment in Engineering and Planning / 1:
What Is Environmental Assessment? / 1.1:
Engineering and Planning Issues / 1.2:
Why Environmental Assessment Is Needed / 1.3:
Who Prepares Environmental Assessment and Planning Documents? / 1.4:
Integrating Art, Science, Strategy, and Management Issues / 1.5:
Discussion and Study Questions / 1.6:
Environmental Laws and Regulations / 2:
Rationale for Environmental Legislation and Regulations / 2.1:
Shortcomings of Environmental Legislation and Regulations / 2.2:
Legislative Data Systems / 2.3:
Overview of Federal Environmental Legislation / 2.4:
Trends in Environmental Legislation and Regulations / 2.5:
National Environmental Policy Act / 2.6:
Elements of NEPA / 3.1:
Judicial Review / 3.2:
Effects of NEPA / 3.3:
Implementation of NEPA / 3.4:
Council on Environmental Quality / 3.5:
Executive Orders and Agency Response / 3.6:
State Environmental Policy Acts / 3.7:
NEPA and Agency Planning / 3.8:
Environmental Documents and CEQ Regulations / 3.9:
Function and Purpose of the NEPA Assessment Process / 4.1:
NEPA Regulations / 4.2:
Environmental Documents / 4.3:
Application of Environmental Documentation Process / 4.4:
EIS Format and Content / 4.5:
Preparing and Processing the EA or EIS / 4.6:
Timing of Agency Action / 4.7:
Tiering / 4.8:
Mitigation / 4.9:
General Considerations in EIS Preparation / 4.10:
Case Studies / 4.11:
Elements of Environmental Assessment and Planning / 4.12:
Agency Activities / 5.1:
Environmental Attributes / 5.2:
Determining Environmental Impact / 5.3:
Reporting Findings / 5.4:
Using Information Technology to Aid in the NEPA Process / 5.5:
Environmental Assessment Methodologies / 5.6:
Choosing a Methodology / 6.1:
Categorizing Methodologies / 6.2:
Review Criteria / 6.3:
Methodology Descriptions / 6.4:
Methodology Review / 6.5:
Future Directions / 6.6:
Generalized Approach for Environmental Assessment / 6.7:
Institutional Constraints / 7.1:
Environmental Setting / 7.4:
System / 7.5:
Output / 7.6:
Rationale for a Computer-Based System / 7.7:
Procedure for Reviewing Environmental Impact Statements / 7.8:
Types of EIS Review / 8.1:
General Considerations in EIS Review / 8.2:
EIS Review Procedures / 8.3:
Approaches to Systematic EIS Review / 8.4:
Review Comments / 8.5:
Summary / 8.6:
International Perspectives on Environmental Assessment, Engineering, and Planning / 8.7:
International Implications of NEPA / 9.1:
Future NEPA Trends / 9.2:
Environmental Impact Assessment in Other Countries / 9.3:
EIA in Selected Countries / 9.4:
Limitations to EIA Effectiveness in Developing Countries / 9.5:
EIA in Asia and the Pacific / 9.6:
EIA in Latin America / 9.7:
EIA in Canada / 9.8:
EIA in Europe / 9.9:
EIA in India / 9.10:
International Aid Organizations / 9.11:
Economic and Social Impact Analysis / 9.12:
Socioeconomic Assessment within NEPA / 10.1:
Economic Impact Analysis / 10.2:
Economic Models / 10.3:
Future Direction for Economic Impact Analysis / 10.4:
Social Impact Assessment / 10.5:
Social Impact Analysis Methods / 10.6:
Assembling the Socioeconomic Impact Assessment / 10.7:
Problem Areas / 10.8:
Environmental Justice / 10.9:
Conclusions / 10.10:
Public Participation / 10.11:
Beginnings / 11.1:
Early American Experiences in Public Participation / 11.2:
Alternative Terminology / 11.3:
Public Involvement Requirements within NEPA / 11.4:
What Is the Public? / 11.5:
What Is Participation? / 11.6:
Contemporary Experience in Public Participation / 11.7:
Getting Input from the Public / 11.8:
Commenting on the Draft EIS-A Special Case of Public Participation / 11.9:
Application of Public Input / 11.10:
Participation in Developing Regulations / 11.12:
An Effective Public Participation Program / 11.13:
Benefits of an Effective Public Participation Program / 11.14:
Response to Public Participation Format Variations / 11.15:
Public Participation and the Digital Revolution / 11.16:
Internet Capability to Support Public Participation / 11.17:
Energy and Environmental Implications / 11.18:
Energy as a Resource / 12.1:
Fuel Alternatives and Development of Supplies-Environmental Considerations / 12.2:
Energy Costs of Pollution Control / 12.3:
Energy Aspects of Recycling Materials / 12.4:
Contemporary Issues in Environmental Assessment / 12.5:
Climate Change / 13.1:
Acid Rain / 13.2:
Deforestation / 13.3:
Endangered Species and NEPA / 13.4:
Biodiversity / 13.5:
Cultural Resources / 13.6:
Ecorisk / 13.7:
Cumulative Impacts / 13.8:
Indirect Impacts / 13.9:
How Are These Contemporary issues Different? / 13.10:
The National Environmental Policy Art of 1969, as Amended / 13.11:
Purpose
Title I
Title II
The Environmental Quality Improvement Art, as Amended
Attribute Descriptor Package / Appendix B:
Air
Further Reading
Water
Land
Ecology
Sound
Human Aspects
Economics
Resources
A Step-by-Step Procedure for Preparing Environmental Assessments and Statements / Appendix C:
Define the Action / Step 1:
Develop Alternatives / Step 2:
Identify Relevant Project Activities / Step 3:
Examine Attributes Likely to Be Affected / Step 4:
Solicit Public Concerns / Step 5:
Re-evaluate Identification of Activities and Attributes / Step 6:
Evaluate Imparts Using Descriptor Package and Worksheets / Step 7:
Summarize Impacts / Step 8:
Review Other Alternatives / Step 9:
Analyze Findings / Step 10:
Prepare Assessment Document / Step 11:
Review and Process Document / Step 12:
Regulations for Implementing Procedural Provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act / Appendix D:
Part 1500-Purpose, Policy, and Mandate
Part 1501-NEPA and Agency Planning
Part 1502-Environmental Impart Statement
Part 1503-Commenting
Part 1504-Predecision Referrals to the Council of Proposed Federal Actions Determined to be Environmentally Unsatisfactory
Part 1505-NEPA and Agency Decision Making
Part 1506-Other Requirements of NEPA
Part 1507-Agency Compliance
Part 1508-Terminology and Index
References
Index
Preface
About the Authors
Abbreviations and Acronyms
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Jonathan A. Titus
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Foreword to The Hands-on XBee Lab Manual
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Introduction to the X-CTU Software / 1:
Requirements
How to Change XBee Module Configurations / 2:
One-Way Digital-Input Communications / 3:
Use an XBee Module for Remote Control / 4:
XBee Modules Transfer and Control Analog Signals / 5:
Remote Control of Digital and Analog Devices / 6:
Optional Steps
Answers to Questions in Step 6
How to Transmit Data on a Logic-Level Change / 7:
Make Clean Logic Transitions
How to Handle Data from Several Analog Inputs / 8:
A Reminder About Sample Rates
Answers to Questions in Step 8
Investigate Sleep Modes and Sleep-Mode Timing / 9:
How to Use API Packets to Control a Local XBee Module / 10:
How to Use API Packets to Control Remote XBee Modules / 11:
Immediate Command Actions
How to Use API Packets to Control Remote I/O Lines / 12:
Experiment Answers
Remote Control of PWM Outputs / 13:
A Better Approach
Reference
How to Parse Data from Digital and Analog Pins and Control Individual Digital Outputs / 14:
How to Control Several XBee Modules with Broadcast Commands / 15:
How to Communicate Between an MCU and an XBee Module / 16:
Using a UART
Terminal-Emulation Software
Using an Arduino Uno
Using an ARM mbed Module
Two-Way Communications with XBee Modules / 17:
Software
Using an Arduino Uno Module
Control of Remote XBee Modules with MCU AT Commands
How to Discover Nearby XBee Modules / 18:
Experiment 18 Software Flow Chart
Final Steps
Important Notes
How to Set Up a Small XBee Network / 19:
Why Associate XBee Modules in a Network?
Conclusion
Digital and Analog Measurements in a Network / 20:
How to Handle an Unknown Number of XBee Modules / 21:
MCU Software
Program Description
Exploring Cyclic-Sleep Operations / 22:
Periodic Wake-Up with I/O Report
Periodic Wake-Up with Coordinator Polling
Logic-Level-Conversion Circuits / Appendix A:
Hexadecimal Numbers and Checksums / Appendix B:
Default Modem-Configuration Settings for XBee (XB24) Modules / Appendix C:
Electronic and XBee Resources / Appendix D:
Excel Spreadsheet Packet-Creator Tool / Appendix E:
XBee Experiments Bill of Materials / Appendix F:
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) / Appendix G:
Troubleshooting / Appendix H:
Blank Tables / Appendix I:
XBee Connection Information / Appendix J:
Glossary
Index
Foreword to The Hands-on XBee Lab Manual
Acknowledgments
Introduction
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Jâozsef Kâonya, Noemi M. Nagy, Noâemi M. Nagy, Noâemi M. Nagy
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Introduction / 1:
Basic concepts / 2:
Isotopes / 3:
Radioactive decay / 4:
Interaction of radiation with matter / 5:
Nuclear reactions / 6:
Nuclear energy production / 7:
Radioactive tracer methods / 8:
Physico-chemical application of radiotracer methods / 9:
Nuclear analysis / 10:
Industrial application of radioisotopes (Lajos Baranyai) / 11:
An Introduction to Nuclear Medicine (József Varga) / 12:
Environmental radioactivity / 13:
Detection and measurement of radioactivity / 14:
Introduction / 1:
Basic concepts / 2:
Isotopes / 3:
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Abdelwahab Aroussi, Farid Benyahia
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Design & Safety
Energy Efficiency in Operations
Environmental Sustainability
Flow Assurance
Natural Gas Processing Technologies
Operational Excellence
Design & Safety
Energy Efficiency in Operations
Environmental Sustainability
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Atta-ur- Rahman
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Contributors
Preface
Volumes in Series
Isolation, Biological Activities, and Synthesis of the Natural Casuarines / Thunwadee Ritthiwigrom ; Stephen G. Pyne1:
Introduction
Glycosidase Inhibitory Activities of the Natural Casuarines
Synthesis of the Natural Casuarines
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
The Acylpolyamines from Spider Venoms / Mario Sergio Palma2:
Spider Diversity and the Composition of Their Venoms
The Acylpolyamine Toxins: Structural Elucidation and Chemical Diversity
Biological Activities
The Chemical Synthesis of Acylpolyamine Toxins
Concluding Remarks
Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents as a New Source of Drug Discovery / Eric Andrianasolo ; Richard Lutz ; Paul Falkowski3:
Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents as a Hot Spot for Bioactive Marine Natural Products Discovery
Main Mechanism of Apoptosis Induction and New Approach in Research and Treatment of Cancer
Ammonificins A and B, Hydroxyethylamine Chroman Derivatives from a Cultured Marine Hydrothermal Vent Bacterium, T. ammonificans
Bathymodiolamides A and B, Ceramide Derivatives from a Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Invertebrate Mussel, B. thermophilus
Induction of Apoptosis by Diterpenes from the Soft Coral Xenia elongata
Conclusion
Marine Cyanobacteria: A Treasure Trove of Bioactive Secondary Metabolites for Drug Discovery / Lik Tong Tan4:
Linear Lipopeptides/Peptides
Cyclic Depsipeptides/Peptides
Novel Bioactive Peptides from Cyanobacteria: Functional, Biochemical, and Biomedical Significance / Jamal M. Arif ; Alvina Farooqui ; Mohammad Haris Siddiqui ; Mohammed Al-Karrawi ; Awdah Al-Hazmi ; Othman A. Al-Sagair5:
Anticancer Peptides
Antiviral Peptides
Antifungal Peptides
Antibacterial Peptides
Anti-Inflammatory Peptides
Molluscicidal Peptides
Acknowledgment
Bioactive Marine Prenylated Quinones/Quinols / Salvatore de Rosa ; Giuseppina Tommonaro6:
Monoprenyls Group
Monoterpenoids Group
Sesquiterpenoids Group
Diterpenoids Group
Sesterterpenoids Group
Triterpenoids Group
Heptaprenyls Group
Octaprenyls Group
Nonaprenyls Group
Chlorosulfolipids / Teppei Kawahara ; Tatsufumi Okino7:
Chlorosulfolipids from O. danica
Chlorosulfolipids from P. malhamensis
Chlorosulfolipids from Adriatic Mussels
Diversity and Ecological Significance of Fungal Endophyte Natural Products / Soizic Prado ; Yanyan Li ; Bastien Nay8:
What are Endophytic Fungi?
Working with Endophytic Fungi: Principles of Isolation and Cultivation
Structures of Endophytic Natural Products with Regard of their Ecological Role
The Production of Plant-Derived Compounds by Endophytic Fungi
The Regulation of Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis in Endophytic Fungi
Flavonoids as Anti-Inflammatory and Analgesic Drugs: Mechanisms of Action and Perspectives in the Development of Pharmaceutical Forms / Waldiceu A. Verri ; Fabiana T.M.C. Vicentini ; Marcela M. Baracat ; Sandra R. Georgetti ; Renato D. R. Cardoso ; Thiago M. Cunha ; Sergio H. Ferreira ; Fernando Q. Cunha ; Maria J. V. Fonseca ; Rubia Casagrande9:
Chemistry and Classification
Anti-Inflammatory and Analgesic Flavonoids and Their Mechanisms
Development of Oral Formulations Containing Flavonoids
Development of Topical Formulations Containing Flavonoids
Antileishmanial Natural Products from Plants / Ifedayo V. Ogungbe ; Meenakshi Singh ; William N. Setzer10:
Index
Contributors
Preface
Volumes in Series
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George H. Ellis
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Preface and Acknowledgments Important Safety Guidelines for Readers
Introduction to Controls / Chapter 1:
The Frequency Domain / Chapter 2:
Tuning a Control System / Chapter 3:
Delay in Digital Controllers / Chapter 4:
The z-Domain / Chapter 5:
Six Types of Controllers / Chapter 6:
Disturbance Response / Chapter 7:
Feed-Forward / Chapter 8:
Filters in Control Systems / Chapter 9:
Introduction to Observers in Control Systems / Chapter 10:
Introduction to Modeling / Chapter 11:
Nonlinear Behavior and Time Variation / Chapter 12:
Model Development and Verification / Chapter 13:
Encoders and Resolvers / Chapter 14:
Basics of the Electric Servomotor and Drive / Chapter 15:
Compliance and Resonance / Chapter 16:
Position-Control Loops / Chapter 17:
Using the Luenberger Observer in Motion Control / Chapter 18:
Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) for a Motion System / Chapter 19:
Preface and Acknowledgments Important Safety Guidelines for Readers
Introduction to Controls / Chapter 1:
The Frequency Domain / Chapter 2:
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David Kleidermacher, Mike Kleidermacher
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Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction to Embedded Systems Security / Chapter 1:
What is Security? / 1.1:
What is an Embedded System? / 1.2:
Embedded Security Trends / 1.3:
Embedded Systems Complexity / 1.3.1:
Network Connectivity / 1.3.2:
Reliance on Embedded Systems for Critical Infrastructure / 1.3.3:
Sophisticated Attackers / 1.3.4:
Processor Consolidation / 1.3.5:
Security Policies / 1.4:
Perfect Security / 1.4.1:
Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability / 1.4.2:
Isolation / 1.4.3:
Information Flow Control / 1.4.4:
Physical Security Policies / 1.4.5:
Apphcation-Specific Policies / 1.4.6:
Security Threats / 1.5:
Case Study: VxWorks Debug Port Vulnerability / 1.5.1:
Wrap-up / 1.6:
Key Points / 1.7:
Bibliography and Notes / 1.8:
Systems Software Considerations / Chapter 2:
The Role of the Operating System / 2.1:
Multiple Independent Levels of Security / 2.2:
Information Flow / 2.2.1:
Data Isolation / 2.2.2:
Damage Limitation / 2.2.3:
Periods Processing / 2.2.4:
Always Invoked / 2.2.5:
Tamper Proof / 2.2.6:
Evaluable / 2.2.7:
Microkernel versus Monolith / 2.3:
Case Study: The Duqu Virus / 2.3.1:
Core Embedded Operating System Security Requirements / 2.4:
Memory Protection / 2.4.1:
Virtual Memory / 2.4.2:
Fault Recovery / 2.4.3:
Guaranteed Resources / 2.4.4:
Virtual Device Drivers / 2.4.5:
Impact of Determinism / 2.4.6:
Secure Scheduling / 2.4.7:
Access Control and Capabilities / 2.5:
Case Study: Secure Web Browser / 2.5.1:
Granularity versus Simplicity of Access Controls / 2.5.2:
Whitelists versus Blacklists / 2.5.3:
Confused Deputy Problem / 2.5.4:
Capabilities versus Access Control Lists / 2.5.5:
Capability Confinement and Revocation / 2.5.6:
Secure Design Using Capabilities / 2.5.7:
Hypervisors and System Virtualization / 2.6:
Introduction to System Virtualization / 2.6.1:
Applications of System Virtualization / 2.6.2:
Environment Sandboxing / 2.6.3:
Virtual Security Appliances / 2.6.4:
Hypervisor Architectures / 2.6.5:
Paravirtualization / 2.6.6:
Leveraging Hardware Assists for Virtualization / 2.6.7:
Hypervisor Security / 2.6.8:
I/O Virtualization / 2.7:
The Need for Shared I/O / 2.7.1:
Emulation / 2.7.2:
Pass-through / 2.7.3:
Shared IOMMU / 2.7.4:
IOMMUs and Virtual Device Drivers / 2.7.5:
Secure I/O Virtualization within Microkernels / 2.7.6:
Remote Management / 2.8:
Security Implications / 2.8.1:
Assuring Integrity of the TCB / 2.9:
Trusted Hardware and Supply Chain / 2.9.1:
Secure Boot / 2.9.2:
Static versus Dynamic Root of Trust / 2.9.3:
Remote Attestation / 2.9.4:
Secure Embedded Software Development / 2.10:
Introduction to PHASE-Principles of High-Assurance Software Engineering / 3.1:
Minimal Implementation / 3.2:
Component Architecture / 3.3:
Runtime Componentization / 3.3.1:
A Note on Processes versus Threads / 3.3.2:
Least Privilege / 3.4:
Secure Development Process / 3.5:
Change Management / 3.5.1:
Peer Reviews / 3.5.2:
Development Tool Security / 3.5.3:
Secure Coding / 3.5.4:
Software Testing and Verification / 3.5.5:
Development Process Efficiency / 3.5.6:
Independent Expert Validation / 3.6:
Common Criteria / 3.6.1:
Case Study: Operating System Protection Profiles / 3.6.2:
Case Study: HAWS-High-Assurance Web Server / 3.7:
Model-Driven Design / 3.7.1:
Introduction to MDD / 3.8.1:
Executable Models / 3.8.2:
Modeling Languages / 3.8.3:
Types of MDD Platforms / 3.8.4:
Case Study: A Digital Pathology Scanner / 3.8.5:
Selecting an MDD Platform / 3.8.6:
Using MDD in Safety-and Security-Critical Systems / 3.8.7:
Embedded Cryptography / 3.9:
Introduction / 4.1:
U.S. Government Cryptographic Guidance / 4.2:
NSA Suite B / 4.2.1:
The One-Time Pad / 4.3:
Cryptographic Synchronization / 4.3.1:
Cryptographic Modes / 4.4:
Output Feedback / 4.4.1:
Cipher Feedback / 4.4.2:
OFB with CFB Protection / 4.4.3:
Traffic Flow Security / 4.4.4:
Counter Mode / 4.4.5:
Block Ciphers / 4.5:
Additional Cryptographic Block Cipher Modes / 4.5.1:
Authenticated Encryption / 4.6:
CCM / 4.6.1:
Galois Counter Mode / 4.6.2:
Public Key Cryptography / 4.7:
RSA / 4.7.1:
Equivalent Key Strength / 4.7.2:
Trapdoor Construction / 4.7.3:
Key Agreement / 4.8:
Man-in-the-Middle Attack on Diffie-Hellman / 4.8.1:
Public Key Authentication / 4.9:
Certificate Types / 4.9.1:
Elliptic Curve Cryptography / 4.10:
Elliptic Curve Digital Signatures / 4.10.1:
Elliptic Curve Anonymous Key Agreement / 4.10.2:
Cryptographic Hashes / 4.11:
Secure Hash Algorithm / 4.11.1:
MMO / 4.11.2:
Message Authentication Codes / 4.12:
Random Number Generation / 4.13:
True Random Number Generation / 4.13.1:
Pseudo-Random Number Generation / 4.13.2:
Key Management for Embedded Systems / 4.14:
Case Study: The Walker Spy Case / 4.14.1:
Key Management-Generalized Model / 4.14.2:
Key Management Case Studies / 4.14.3:
Cryptographic Certifications / 4.15:
FIPS 140-2 Certification / 4.15.1:
NSA Certification / 4.15.2:
Data Protection Protocols for Embedded Systems / 4.16:
Data-in-Motion Protocols / 5.1:
Generalized Model / 5.2.1:
Choosing the Network Layer for Security / 5.2.2:
Ethernet Security Protocols / 5.2.3:
BPsec versus SSL / 5.2.4:
IPsec / 5.2.5:
SSL/TLS / 5.2.6:
Embedded VPN Clients / 5.2.7:
DTLS / 5.2.8:
SSH / 5.2.9:
Custom Network Security Protocols / 5.2.10:
Application of Cryptography within Network Security Protocols / 5 2.11:
Secure Multimedia Protocols / 5.2.12:
Broadcast Security / 5.2.13:
Data-at-Rest Protocols / 5.3:
Choosing the Storage Layer for Security / 5.3.1:
Symmetric Encryption Algorithm Selection / 5.3.2:
Managing the Storage Encryption Key / 5 3 3:
Advanced Threats to Data Encryption Solutions / 5.3.4:
Emerging Applications / 5.4:
Embedded Network Transactions / 6.1:
Anatomy of a Network Transaction / 6.1.1:
State of Insecurity / 6.1.2:
Network-based Transaction Threats / 6 1 3:
Modern Attempts to Improve Network Transaction Security / 6.1.4:
Trustworthy Embedded Transaction Architecture / 6.1.5:
Automotive Security / 6.2:
Vehicular Security Threats and Mitigations / 6.2.1:
Secure Android / 6.3:
Android Security Retrospective / 6.3.1:
Android Device Rooting / 6.3.2:
Mobile Phone Data Protection: A Case Study of Defense-in-Depth / 6.3.3:
Android Sandboxing Approaches / 6.3.4:
Next-Generation Software-Defined Radio / 6.4:
Red-Black Separation / 6.4.1:
Software-Defined Radio Architecture / 6.4.2:
Enter Linux / 6.4.3:
Multi-Domain Radio / 6.4.4:
Index / 6.5:
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
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William Brian Rowe
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Preface List of symbols
Application / 1:
Basic Flow Theory / 2:
Power, Temperatures and Shape Optimization / 3:
Pads: Area and Flow Shape Factors / 4:
Flow Control and Restrictors / 5:
Basis of Design Procedures / 6:
Plane Hydrostatic and Aerostatic Bearings / 7:
Partial Journal Bearings / 8:
Recessed Hydrostatic Journal Bearings / 9:
Plain Journal Bearings / 10:
The Yates Bearing / 11:
Conical Journal Bearings / 12:
Spherical bearings / 13:
Dynamics / 14:
Experimental methods and testing / 15:
Index
Preface List of symbols
Application / 1:
Basic Flow Theory / 2:
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Colin H. Simmons, Dennis E. Maguire, Neil Phelps
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Drawing office management and organization / 1:
Product development and computer aided design / 2:
Design for Manufacture to end of life / 3:
Intellectual Property (IP) and Engineering Design / 4:
CAD organization and applications / 5:
Principles of first and third angle orthographic projection / 6:
Linework and lettering / 7:
Three-dimensional illustrations using isometric and oblique projection / 8:
Drawing layouts and simplified methods / 9:
Sections and sectional views / 10:
Geometrical constructions and tangency / 11:
Loci applications / 12:
True lengths and auxiliary views / 13:
Conic sections and interpenetration of solids / 14:
Development of patterns from sheet materials / 15:
Dimensioning principles / 16:
Screw threads and conventional representations / 17:
Nuts, bolts, screws and washers / 18:
Keys and key ways / 19:
Worked examples in machine drawing / 20:
Limits and fits / 21:
Geometrical tolerancing and datums / 22:
Application of geometrical tolerances / 23:
Maximum material and least material principles / 24:
Positional tolerancing / 25:
Surface texture / 26:
Surface Finish and Corrosion of Metals / 27:
3D annotation / 28:
The Duality Principle - the essential link between the design intent and the verification of the end product / 29:
Differences between American ASME Y 14.5 M Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD and T) and ISO/BS 8888 geometrical tolerancing, standards / 30:
Cams and gears / 31:
Springs / 32:
Welding and welding symbols / 33:
Engineering diagrams / 34:
Bearings and applied technology / 35:
Engineering adhesives / 36:
Related standards / 37:
Production drawings / 38:
Drawing solutions / 39:
Drawing office management and organization / 1:
Product development and computer aided design / 2:
Design for Manufacture to end of life / 3:
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Kathy Levin, Alexander L. Fetter, Kathryn Levin, Dan M. Stamper-Kurn
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List of Contributors
Series Preface
Volume Preface
Experimental Methods of Ultracold Atomic Physics / Dan M. Stamper-Kurn ; J. H. Thywissen1:
Bose Gas: Theory and Experiment / Alexander L. Fetter ; Christopher J. Foot2:
The Fermi Gases and Superfluids: Experiment and Theory / Kathryn Levin ; R. G. Hulet3:
Low-Dimensional Atomic Bose Gases / Z. Hadzibabic ; M. Köhl4:
Ultracold Atoms and Molecules in Optical Lattices / Immanuel Bloch ; Peter Zoller5:
Unitary Fermi Gases / J. E. Thomas6:
Potential Insights into Nonequilibrium Behavior from Atomic Physics / Austen Lamacraft ; Joel Moore7:
Index
Color Plates
List of Contributors
Series Preface
Volume Preface
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Roger Dodge Woodson
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Types of Mold Growth / Chapter 1:
Health Risks and Effects Associated With Mold / Chapter 2:
Control Moisture to Control Harmful Mold / Chapter 3:
Protective Levels of Potential Contamination / Chapter 4:
Finding and Evaluating Hazardous Mold Conditions / Chapter 5:
Personal Protection Gear and Techniques for Mold Abatement / Chapter 6:
Residential Mold Remediation Methods / Chapter 7:
Mold Remediation Techniques for Schools and Commercial Buildings / Chapter 8:
Appendix: Mold Resources
Types of Mold Growth / Chapter 1:
Health Risks and Effects Associated With Mold / Chapter 2:
Control Moisture to Control Harmful Mold / Chapter 3:
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Ottmar Brandau, Plastics Design Library.
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Acknowledgments
Editor's Note
Foreword to the Second Edition
PET Beverage Bottles / 1:
From the First Idea to the Finished Bottle / 1.1:
Development Over the Past 25-30 Years / 1.1.1:
Starting Point of a Product Development / 1.1.2:
Design Engineering / 1.1.3:
Determination of Bottle Properties / 1.2:
Top Load / 1.2.1:
Internal Pressure / 1.2.2:
Handling Stability / 1.2.3:
Stress Cracking / 1.2.4:
Barrier / 1.2.5:
Generating the First Design in CAD / 1.3:
The Bottle Design Already Exists / 1.3.1:
Creation of a New Design / 1.3.2:
From Shape to Full-Fledged Design for a Dependable Process / 1.4:
From the Ideal to the Real Preform / 1.4.1:
Bottle Design for a Dependable Process / 1.4.2:
Verification of the 3D Design Through Finite-element Simulation / 1.5:
What is FEM? / 1.5.1:
What FEM Can Do / 1.5.2:
What FEM Cannot Do / 1.5.3:
Selection of the Mold Concept to Meet Customer-specific Criteria / 1.6:
Shell Molds / 1.6.1:
Hot-fill Molds / 1.6.2:
Mold Design and Mold Manufacture / 1.7:
Mold Design / 1.7.1:
Mold Making / 1.7.2:
Mold Trials and Examination of Sample Bottles / 1.8:
Mold Trials on Laboratory Machines / 1.8.1:
Process Finding During Mold Trials / 1.8.2:
Laboratory Tests on Sample Bottles / 1.8.3:
PET Preforms / 2:
Introduction / 2.1:
Manufacture and States of PET / 2.2:
Manufacture of PET / 2.2.1:
Catalysts / 2.2.2:
PET is a Linear Condensation Polymer / 2.2.3:
Crystallization of PET / 2.2.4:
"Extended Chain" or "Oriented" Crystallization / 2.2.5:
Summary / 2.2.6:
Behavior in the Blow Mold 56 2.3.1 Natural stretch Ratio (or Natural Draw Ratio) / 2.3:
Manufacture of PET Preforms / 2.4:
Drying of PET / 2.4.1:
The Theory of Injection Molding of Preforms / 2.4.2:
Preforms for Single- and Two-stage Processing / 2.5:
Two-stage Process Injection Molding / 2.5.1:
Two-stage Process Blow Molding / 2.5.2:
Single-stage Process / 2.5.3:
Hot Runner Controls / 2.5.4:
Gate Mechanism / 2.5.5:
PET and Infrared Radiation / 2.6:
Practical Guide to Injection Molding of Preforms / 3:
Extrusion and Screw Control / 3.1:
Injection Parameters / 3.2:
Injection Pressure / 3.2.1:
Injection Speed and Time / 3.2.2:
Transition Point / 3.2.3:
Hold Time and Pressure / 3.2.4:
Decompression / 3.2.5:
Cooling Time / 3.2.6:
Gating / 3.2.7:
Postmold Cooling Devices / 3.2.8:
Machine Cycle Improvements / 3.2.9:
Optimizing the Injection Settings / 3.3:
Cycle Time Calculations / 3.4:
Challenges in Thin-wall Molding / 3.5:
Acetaldehyde in PET Bottles / 3.6:
AA Creation / 3.6.1:
AA in Water Bottles / 3.6.2:
AA-level Measurements / 3.6.3:
Injection Tooling / 3.7:
Cooling Issues / 3.8:
Antifreeze / 3.8.1:
Water Flow Balance / 3.8.2:
Tool Wear Issues / 3.9:
Closures for PET Bottles / 4:
Closure History / 4.1:
Closure Functions / 4.1.2:
Different Neck Finishes for Various Applications / 4.2:
Neck Finishes for CSD Bottles / 4.2.1:
Neck Finishes for Still Water Bottles / 4.2.2:
Neck Finishes for Hot-filled Products / 4.2.3:
Necks for Custom Bottles / 4.2.4:
Closure Types / 4.3:
One-piece Closures / 4.3.1:
Two-piece Closures / 4.3.2:
Sports Closures / 4.3.3:
Closures and Shelf Life / 4.3.4:
Multilayer Liners / 4.3.5:
Tamper-evident Bands / 4.4:
Construction Methods / 4.4.1:
Pilfer-proof Rings and Their Construction / 4.4.2:
Resins / 4.5:
Polypropylene / 4.5.1:
High-density Polyethylene / 4.5.2:
Manufacturing Methods / 4.6:
Injection Molding / 4.6.1:
Compression Molding / 4.6.2:
Comparison of TM-CM / 4.6.3:
Economic Guidelines / 4.7:
Test Procedures / 4.8:
Proper Application Test / 4.8.1:
Top-load Vent Test / 4.8.2:
Cold Removal Torque Test / 4.8.3:
Ambient Removal Torque Test / 4.8.4:
Cycle Test at Elevated Temperature / 4.8.5:
Vent/Flow Performance Test / 4.8.6:
Strip Torque Test / 4.8.7:
Carbonation Retention Non-top Load / 4.8.8:
Carbonation Retention at Elevated Temperature / 4.8.9:
Carbonation Retention with Top Load / 4.8.10:
Plastic Ball Impact Test / 4.8.11:
Drop Test / 4.8.12:
General IM Process Parameters for CSD Closures / 4.9:
Injection Time / 4.9.1:
Hold Time / 4.9.2:
Mold Closing and Opening Times / 4.9.3:
Ejection Time and Mold Opening Stroke / 4.9.5:
Plasticizing / 4.9.6:
Delay Times / 4.9.7:
Air Blast / 4.9.8:
Lightweigbing of Bottles and Caps / 4.10:
Lighter Necks / 4.10.1:
Lighter Caps / 4.10.2:
Specific Resins for Closure Production / Appendix A:
Index
Acknowledgments
Editor's Note
Foreword to the Second Edition
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Contributors
Foreword
Tony's Biography
Preface
Editors' Biographies
Molecularly Imprinted Electrochemical Sensors: Past, Present, and Future / Daniel Antuña-Jiménez ; Goretti Díaz-Díaz ; M. Carmen Blanco-López ; M. Jesús Lobo-Castañ ón ; Arturo J. Miranda-Ordieres ; Paulino Tuñón-Blanco1:
Introduction
Potentiometric Sensors / 2:
Conductometric and Impedimetric Sensors Based on MIPs / 3:
Voltammetric and Amperometric Sensors / 4:
Conclusions / 5:
Acknowledgments
References
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers as Recognition Elements in Sensors / Jianping Li ; Ge Wei ; Yun Zhang
The Molecularly Imprinted Technique and Molecularly Imprinted Polymer
Mechanism of Molecular Imprinting
Factors Influencing the Selectivity of Molecularly Imprinted Sensors and the Routes for Selectivity Improvement
The Fabrication and Development of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-based Sensors for Environmental Application / Shunsheng Cao ; Juanrong Chen ; Weicheng Sheng ; Weiwei Wu ; Zhiyuan Zhao ; Fang Long
General Description of Molecular Imprinting Technology
Synthetic Strategies for Molecular Imprinting Polymers
Environmental Application of MIPS
Molecularly Imprinted Overoxidized Polypyrrole Films for Sensor Applications from Enantiorecognition to Trace Analysis / Shiho Tokonami ; Hiroshi Shiigi ; Tsutomu Nagaoka
Overoxidation of Polypyrrole to Produce MIP Properties
Resolving Power of oPPy Films for Molecular Recognition
oPPy MIP Materials for Separation Events
Dispersed oPPy MIP Particles
Application in Trace Analysis / 6:
Experimental Remarks / 7:
MIP-based Sensor Platforms for Detection of Analytes in Nano- and Micromolar Range / Frederik Horemans ; Hanne Diliën ; Patrick Wagner ; Thomas J. Cleij8:
MIP Sensor Platform
Bulk Polymerization MIPs for Sensors
Water-Compatible MIPs for Sensors
Suspension Polymerization MIPs for Sensors
Some Final Observations Concerning MIP-Based Sensing
Concluding Remarks
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Sensors: Comparison of Optical and Mass-Sensitive Detection / Adnan Mujahid ; Franz L. Dickert
MIPs as Sensor Interface
Imprinting Approaches
Optical Transducers
Mass-Sensitive Transducers
Exemplary Applications of MIP Optical Sensors
Exemplary Applications of MIP Mass-Sensitive Sensors
Critical Comparison between Optical and Mass-Sensitive Sensors
Discrimination of Analytes with Fluorescent Molecular Imprinting Sensor Arrays / Jin Tan ; Xiu-Ping Yan9:
Molecular Imprinting in Array - Application
Signaling Types
Evaluation of Imprinting Effect
Discrimination of Analytes
Chiral Sensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers / Marzena Kaniewska ; Marek Trojanowicz
Electrochemical Sensors
Piezoelectric Sensors
Optical Sensors
Conclusons
Artificial Receptors for Mass-Sensitive Sensors: Targeting Analytes from Surfaces, Nanoparticles, and Bioanalytes by Molecular Imprinting / Naseer Iqbal ; Peter A Lieberzeit
Molecularly Imprinted Nanomaterials: Recent Trends in QCM-based Mass-sensitive Devices
Concluding Remarks and Future Perspectives
Luminescent Optical Sensors Based on Nanoscale Molecularly Imprinted Polymers / Meiping Zhao ; Yibin Liu ; Dongqin Zhao ; Xiaocui Zhu ; Shanshan Wang10:
Fluorescent Sensors Based on MIP with Different Nanostructures
Chemluminescent Sensors Based on MIP with Different Nanostructures
Colorimetric Sensors Based on MIP with Different Nanostructures
Other MIP Optical Sensors
Conclusion
Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Based Potentiometric Sensors for the Determination of Drugs in Pharmaceutical, Biological, and Environmental Samples / Mehran Javanbakht ; Behrouz Akbari-Adergani11:
Basic Principles of Potentiometric Sensors
Synthesis of MIPs as Recognition Elements
MIP-based Potentiometric Sensors
MIP-Based Sensors for the Determination of Drugs in Biological and Pharmaceutical Samples
MIP-Based, Sensors for the Determination of Pollutants in the Environmental Samples
Analytical Performance
Conductive Polymers for Plastic Electronics / Iva Chianella ; Konstantinos Karras ; Dhana Lakshmi ; Michael J Whitcombe ; Silvia Marson12:
Conductive Polymers-A Background
Injection and Micro-injection Molding (μIM)
Polyaniline-based Polymer Blends
Molecularly Imprinted Sol-Gel Sensors / Zi-Hui Meng13:
Preparation of Molecularly-Imprinted Sol-Gel (MISG)
MISG Used in Electrochemical Sensors
MISG Used in Optical Sensors
MIP-based Sensors / Sergey Piletsky ; Stas Piletsky14:
Introduction-Molecular Imprinting
MIPs in Sensors
Niche Areas for Application of MIP Sensors
Index
Contributors
Foreword
Tony's Biography
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Intelligence and Security Informatics: Research Frameworks / Chapter 1:
Research Methodology and Frameworks for ISI / 1.1:
The ACP Approach / 1.2:
Modeling with Artificial Societies / 1.2.1:
Analysis with Computational Experiments / 1.2.2:
Control Through Parallel Execution / 1.2.3:
Foundations in Philosophy and Physics / 1.2.4:
Outline of Chapters / 1.3:
Agent Modeling of Terrorist Organization Behavior / Chapter 2:
Modeling Organizational Behavior / 2.1:
Action Extraction from the Web / 2.2:
Action Data Collection / 2.2.1:
Raw Action Extraction / 2.2.2:
Action Elimination / 2.2.3:
Action Refinement / 2.2.4:
Extracting Causal Knowledge from the Web / 2.3:
Construction of Action Hierarchy / 2.4:
Designing, Causal Scenarios / 2.5:
Case Study on Terrorist Organization / 2.6:
Conclusion / 2.7:
Security Story Generation for Computational Experiments / Chapter 3:
Story Generation Systems / 3.1:
System Workflow and Narrative Structure / 3.2:
Story Extraction Approach / 3.3:
Text Processing with Domain Knowledge / 3.3.1:
Event Detection and Event Element Extraction / 3.3.2:
Design and Organization of Patterns / 3.3.3:
Event Element Standardization / 3.3.4:
Evaluation of Event Relations / 3.3.5:
Experiment / 3.4:
Forecasting Croup Behavior via Probabilistic Plan Inference / 3.5:
Review of Plan-Based Inference / 4.1:
Probabilistic Plan Representation / 4.2:
Probabilistic Reasoning Approach / 4.3:
Notation / 4.3.1:
Computation / 4.3.2:
Case Study in Security Informatics / 4.4:
Construction of Plan Library / 4.4.1:
The Test Set / 4.4.2:
Experimental Results / 4.4.3:
Forecasting Complex Croup Behavior via Multiple Plan Recognition / 4.5:
Multiple Plan Recognition for Behavior Prediction / 5.1:
The MPR Problem Definition / 5.2:
The Proposed MPR Approach / 5.3:
Constructing the Explanation Graph / 5.3.1:
Computing Probability of an Explanation / 5.3.2:
Finding the Best Explanation / 5.3.3:
Algorithm and Complexity Analysis / 5.3.4:
Discussion / 5.3.5:
Experimental Design / 5.4:
Results / 5.4.2:
Social Computing in ISI: A Synthetic View / 5.5:
Social Computing / 6.1:
Theoretical and Infrastructure Underpinnings / 6.1.1:
Major Application Areas / 6.1.2:
A Social Computing-Based ISI Research Framework / 6.2:
Control and Management Through Parallel Execution / 6.2.1:
Main Issues in the ACP-Based ISI Research Framework / 6.3:
Modeling Cyber-Physical Societies / 6.3.1:
Scenario-Based Computational Experiment and Evaluation / 6.3.2:
Interactive Co-Evolution of Artificial and Actual Systems / 6.3.3:
Social Media Information Processing and Standardization / 6.3.4:
ISI Research Platform / 6.3.5:
Summary / 6.4:
Cyber-Enabled Social Movement Organizations / Chapter 7:
Studies on Social Movement Organizations: A Review / 7.1:
A New Research Framework for CeSMOs / 7.2:
CeSMO Research Questions / 7.2.1:
A Social Computing-Based CeSMO Research Framework / 7.2.2:
Case Study: Wenchuan Earthquake / 7.3:
Discussions on CeSMO Research Issues / 7.4:
CeSMO Behavior Modeling / 7.4.1:
CeSMO Network Analysis / 7.4.2:
CeSMO Social and Cultural Information Modeling and Analysis / 7.4.3:
CeSMO Behavior Prediction / 7.4.4:
Cultural Modeling for Behavior Analysis and Prediction / 7.5:
Modeling Cultural Data in Security Informatics / 8.1:
Major Machine Learning Methods / 8.2:
Naive Bayesian (NB) / 8.2.1:
Support Vector Machines (SVMs) / 8.2.2:
Artificial Neural Networks / 8.2.3:
k-Nearest Neighbor (kNN) / 8.2.4:
Decision Trees / 8.2.5:
Random Forest (RF) / 8.2.6:
Associative Classification (AC) / 8.2.7:
Experiment and Analysis / 8.3:
Datasets / 8.3.1:
Evaluation Measures / 8.3.2:
Observations and Analysis / 8.3.3:
Discussions on Cultural Modeling Research Issues / 8.4:
Cultural Datasets Construction / 8.4.1:
Attribute Selection / 8.4.2:
Best Performance of Classifiers / 8.4.3:
Handling the Class Imbalance Problem / 8.4.4:
Model Interpretability / 8.4.5:
Incorporation of Domain Knowledge / 8.4.6:
Cultural and Social Dynamics of Behavioral Patterns / 8.4.7:
Index / 8.5:
Preface
Acknowledgements
Intelligence and Security Informatics: Research Frameworks / Chapter 1:
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Fluid Flow / 1:
Heat Exchangers / 2:
Fractionators / 3:
Absorbers / 4:
Pumps / 5:
Compressors / 6:
Drivers / 7:
Vessels / 8:
Boilers / 9:
Cooling Towers / 10:
Refrigeration / 11:
Closed Loop Heat Transfer Systems / 12:
Biopharmaceutical Systems / 13:
Vacuum Systems / 14:
Pneumatic Conveying / 15:
Blending and Agitation / 16:
Process Evaluation / 17:
Reliability / 18:
Metallurgy / 19:
Safety / 20:
Controls / 21:
Troubleshooting / 22:
Startup / 23:
Energy Conservation / 24:
Process Modeling / 25:
Approximate Conversion Factors / 26:
Properties / 27:
Appendix
Fluid Flow / 1:
Heat Exchangers / 2:
Fractionators / 3:
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Boundary Layer in Compressible Fluids
Supersonic Flow over an Inclined Body of Revolution
Problems in Motion of Compressible Fluids and Reaction Propulsion
Flight Analysis of a Sounding Rocket with Special Reference to Propulsion by Successive Impulses
Two-Dimensional Subsonic Flow of Compressible Fluids
The Buckling of Spherical Shells by External Pressure
The Influence of Curvature on the Buckling Characteristics of Structures
A Method for Predicting the Compressibility Burble
The Buckling of Thin Cylindrical Shells under Axial Compression
Buckling of a Column with Non-Linear Lateral Supports
A Theory for the Buckling of Thin Shells
Heat Conduction across a Partially Insulated Wall
On the Design of the Contraction Cone for a Wind Tunnel
Symmetrical Joukowsky Airfoils in Shear Flow
The "Limiting LineâÇ  in Mixed Subsonic and Supersonic Flow of Compressible Fluids
Loss in Compressor or Turbine due to Twisted Blades
Lifting-Line Theory for a Wing in Non-uniform Flow
Atomic Energy
Two-Dimensional Irrotational Mixed Subsonic and Supersonic Flow of a Compressible Fluid and the Upper Critical Mach Number
Superaerodynamics, Mechanics of Rarefied Gases
Propagation of Plane Sound Waves in Rarefied Gases
Similarity Laws of Hypersonic Flows
One-Dimensional Flows of a Gas Characterized by van der Waals Equation of State
Flow Conditions near the Intersection of a Shock Wave with Solid Boundary
Lower Buckling Load in the Non-Linear Buckling Theory for Thin Shells
Rockets and Other Thermal Jets Using Nuclear Energy
Engineering and Engineering Sciences
On Two-Dimensional Non-steady Motion of a Slender Body in a Compressible Fluid
Wind-Tunnel Testing Problems in Superaerodynamics
Airfoils in Slightly Supersonic Flow
Interaction between Parallel Streams of Subsonic and Supersonic Velocities
Research in Rocket and Jet Propulsion
A Generalization of Alfrey's Theorem for Visco-elastic Media
Instruction and Research at the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Jet Propulsion Center
Influence of Flame Front on the Flow Field
Optimum Thrust Programming for a Sounding Rocket
The Emission of Radiation from Diatomic Gases.?.Numerical Emissivity
Calculations for Carbon Monoxide for Low Optical Densities at 300K and Atmospheric Pressure
The Transfer Functions of Rocket Nozzles
A Similarity Law for Stressing Rapidly Heated Thin-Walled Cylinders
On the Determination of Rotational Line Half-Widths of Diatomic Molecules
Automatic Navigation of a Long Range Rocket Vehicle
A Method for Comparing the Performance of Power Plants for Vertical Flight
Servo-Stabilization of Combustion in Rocket Motors
Physical Mechanics, A New Field in Engineering Science
The Properties of Pure Liquids
Similarity Laws for Stressing Heated Wings
Take-Off from Satellite Orbit
Analysis of Peak-Holding Optimalizing Control
The Poincare-Lighthill-Kuo Method
Thermodynamic Properties of Gas at High Temperatures and Pressures
Thermonuclear Power Plants
Boundary Layer in Compressible Fluids
Supersonic Flow over an Inclined Body of Revolution
Problems in Motion of Compressible Fluids and Reaction Propulsion
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Preface
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Background and Problem Statement / 1.1:
Motivations / 1.2:
Organization of the Book / 1.3:
References
Past and Recent Works / Chapter 2:
Earlier Research on Flexible Manipulators / 2.1:
Recent Work on Flexible Manipulators / 2.2:
Modeling of Flexible Manipulators / Chapter 3:
Problem Description and Energy Calculations / 3.1:
Problem Statement / 3.2.1:
Kinetic Energy of the Beam / 3.2.2:
Kinetic Energy of the Tip Load / 3.2.3:
Total Potential Energy / 3.2.4:
Work Done by External Forces / 3.2.5:
Derivation of Equations of Motion / 3.3:
Euler-Bernoulli Beam Model Derivation / 3.3.1:
Equations of Motion for Euler-Bernoulli Beam Model / 3.3.2:
Timoshenko Beam Model Derivation / 3.3.3:
Equations of Motion for Timoshenko Beam Model / 3.3.4:
Linearization of the Beam Dynamic Models / 3.4:
Euler-Bernoulli Model after Linearization / 3.4.1:
Timoshenko Model after Linearization / 3.4.3:
Dimensionless Functions, Variables, and Parameters / 3.4.4:
Finite-Dimensional Modeling of Flexible Manipulators / 3.5:
Natural Frequency and Modal Shapes / 3.5.1:
Finite Modal Model of Euler-Bernoulli Beam / 3.5.2:
Finite Difference Model / 3.5.3:
Finite Element Model / 3.5.4:
Analysis of Flexible Manipulators / Chapter 4:
Dynamic Analysis of Vibrations of Flexible Manipulators Considering Effects of Rotary Inertia, Shear Deformation, and Tip Load / 4.1:
Dynamic Models for One-Link Flexible Manipulators / 4.2.1:
Characteristic Equations for Modal Frequencies and Vibration Modes / 4.2.3:
Asymptotic Behavior of Modal Frequencies and Vibration Modes / 4.2.4:
Experimental Verification and Numerical Analysis / 4.2.5:
Natural Frequencies and Modal Shape Functions / 4.2.6:
Step Responses and General Solutions / 4.2.7:
Passivity, Control, and Stability Analysis / 4.3:
Nonlinear Dynamic Equations of Motion / 4.3.1:
Discretization of Nonlinear Model / 4.3.2:
Stability Analysis / 4.3.3:
Optimization of Flexible Manipulators / Chapter 5:
Optimum Design of Flexible Beams with a New Iteration Approach / 5.1:
Basic Equations / 5.1.1:
Analysis of Singularity at the Free End / 5.1.3:
Solution by Successive Iterations: New Formulation / 5.1.4:
Numerical Examples / 5.1.5:
Geometrically Constrained and Composite Material Designs / 5.2:
Minimum and Maximum Radius Constraints / 5.2.1:
Uniform and Variable Tunnel Cross-Section Designs / 5.2.2:
Composite Material Designs / 5.2.3:
Optimum Shape Design of Flexible Manipulators with Tip Loads / 5.3:
Problem Setup / 5.3.1:
Euler-Bernoulli Equations / 5.3.2:
Analytical Solutions / 5.3.3:
Segmentized Optimization Approach / 5.3.4:
Multiple Tip Load and Multiple Link Optimum Designs / 5.3.5:
Sensitivity Analysis / 5.3.6:
Optimum Shape Construction with Total Weight Constraint / 5.4:
Basic Equations and the Variation Formulation / 5.4.1:
Analytical Approach of Unconstrained Shape Design / 5.4.2:
Optimization Approach of Constrained Shape Design / 5.4.3:
Numerical Examples and Discussion / 5.4.4:
Sensitivity Analysis of the Optimal Frequency / 5.4.5:
Minimum-Weight Design of Flexible Manipulators for a Specified Fundamental Frequency / 5.5:
Problem Formulation / 5.5.1:
Solution by Iterations / 5.5.3:
Optimum Design of Flexible Manipulators: The Segmentized Solution / 5.5.4:
Segmentized Solutions / 5.6.1:
Optimization Formulations for Linear Mass and Bending Rigidity Distributions / 5.6.3:
Practical Issues in Link Construction / 5.6.4:
Mechatronic Design of Flexible Manipulators / Chapter 6:
Overview of Mechatronics Design / 6.1:
Why Mechatronic Design? / 6.2.1:
What is Mechatronic Design? / 6.2.2:
How Does Mechatronic Design Work? / 6.2.3:
Mechatronic Design of Flexible Manipulators Based on LQR with IHR Programming / 6.3:
Dynamics of Flexible Manipulator Systems / 6.3.1:
LQR Formula: Inner Loop Optimizations / 6.3.2:
IHR Algorithm: Outer Loop Optimization / 6.3.3:
Integrated Optimization Process / 6.3.4:
Results and Discussion / 6.3.5:
Mechatronic Design of Flexible Manipulators-Based on H with IHR Algorithm / 6.4:
State-Space Formulas for H, Control Problems / 6.4.1:
Generalized Plant of a Flexible Beam System / 6.4.2:
H Controller Design / 6.4.3:
Simulation Results / 6.4.4:
System Robustness Analysis / 6.4.5:
Closed-Loop Design of Flexible Robotic Links / 6.5:
Dynamics of Single-Link Flexible Manipulator Systems / 6.5.1:
Transfer Functions of the Integrated Systems / 6.5.2:
Segmentized Solution for Transfer Functions / 6.5.3:
Optimization Formulations for Mechatronic Design / 6.5.4:
Concurrent Design / 6.6:
General Concepts / 6.6.1:
Existing Representation of Special Concurrent Designs / 6.6.2:
Problems / 6.6.3:
Concurrent Design of a Single-Link Flexible Manipulator Based on PID Controller / 6.7:
Implementation of Concurrent Design / 6.7.1:
Conclusions and Future Research / 6.7.3:
Index
Preface
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Background and Problem Statement / 1.1:
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Contributors
Milestones in the Development of Gas Chromatography / Walter G. Jennings ; Colin F. Poole1:
Theory of Gas Chromatography / Leonid M. Blumberg2:
Column Technology: Open Tubular Columns / Frank L. Dorman ; Peter Dawes3:
Packed Columns for Gas-Liquid and Gas-Solid Chromatography / 4:
Gas-Solid Chromatography (PLOT Columns) / 5:
Classification and Selection of Open-Tubular Columns for Analytical Separations / 6:
Multidimensional and Comprehensive Gas Chromatography / John V. Seeley7:
Sample Introduction Methods / Andrew Tipler8:
Headspace-Gas Chromatography / Michael J. Sithersingh ; Nicholas H. Snow9:
Thermal Desorption for Gas Chromatography / Elizabeth Woolfenden10:
Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography / Thomas P. Wampler11:
Detectors / Matthew S. Klee12:
Hyphenated Spectroscopic Detectors for Gas Chromatography / Charles L. Wilkins13:
Plasma-Based Gas Chromatography Detectors / Qilin Chan ; Joseph A. Caruso14:
Field and Portable Instruments / Stanley D. Stearns15:
Preparative Gas Chromatography / Leesun Kim ; Philip J. Marriott16:
Data Analysis Methods / Karisa M. Pierce ; Jeremy S. Nadeau ; Robert E. Synovec17:
Validation of Gas Chromatographic Methods / Bieke Dejaegher ; Johanna Smeyers-Verbeke ; Yvan Vander Heyden18:
Quantitative Structure-Retention Relationships / Károly Héberger19:
Physicochemical Measurements (Inverse Gas Chromatography) / Adam Voelkel20:
Separation of Enantiomers / V. Schurig21:
Analysis of Essential Oils and Fragrances by Gas Chromatography / K. Hüsnü Can Baser ; Temel Özek22:
Analysis of Lipids by Gas Chromatography / Cristina Cruz-Hernandez ; Frédéric Destaillats23:
Metabonomics / Eric Chun Yong Chan ; Mainak Mal ; Kishore Kumar Pasikanti24:
Applications of Gas Chromatography in Forensic Science / Abuzar Kabir ; Kenneth G. Furton25:
Application of Gas Chromatography to Multiresidue Methods for Pesticides and Related Compounds in Food / Milagros Mezcua ; M. Angeles Martinez-Uroz ; Amadeo R. Fernandez-Alba26:
Chemical Warfare Agents / Philip A. Smith27:
Emerging and Persistent Environmental Compound Analysis / Eric J. Reiner28:
Role of Gas Chromatography in the Identification of Pheromones and Related Semiochemicals / Jocelyn G. Millar29:
Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Wines: Current Applications and Future Trends / Susan E. Ebeler30:
Gas Chromatography in Space Exploration / Maria Chiara Pietrogrande31:
Index
Contributors
Milestones in the Development of Gas Chromatography / Walter G. Jennings ; Colin F. Poole1:
Theory of Gas Chromatography / Leonid M. Blumberg2:
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Dry-docking works: Berth preparation
Shifting of blocks after docking vessel
Docking and undocking
Dock rent per day
Dock services
Hull preparation
Hull painting
Rudder works
Propeller
Tailshaft. Steel Works: Hull steel repairs. Pipe works: Pipe work renewals in schedule 40 steel
Pipe work renewals in schedule 80 steel
Pipe work renewals in copper
Hot dip galvanising after manufacture. Mechanical works: Overhauling diesel engines
Top overhaul
Cylinder covers
Cylinder liners
Bearing survey
Crankshaft deflections & crankcase doors
Four stroke, Trunk type, Main engines
Gear boxes of Medium speed engines
Overhauling valves: line valves, pressure valves
Main condenser
Main steam Turbines
Flexible coupling
Auxiliary Steam Turbines
Turbo Alternator
Feed Pumps
Oil Tanker Cargo Pump
Air Compressors
Air Receivers
Pumps
Boilers. Electrical Works: Insulation resistance tests
Electric motors
Electric generators
Switchboard
Running and installing electric cables
Installing junction boxes
Running and installing cable conduit. General works: Tank cleaning
Removal of tank manhole cover for access and refitting with new cover joint
Pumping out of bilge water or slops into shore facility per tonne
Hand cleaning of bilge areas or inside tanks per square metre
Hand scraping of internal steel areas per square metre
Tank testing by low pressure compressed air
Tank testing by filling with sea water
Dry-docking works: Berth preparation
Shifting of blocks after docking vessel
Docking and undocking
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Heat Exchanger Field Manual
Heat Transfer Equipment Typical Process Heating and Cooling Applications Basic Heat Transfer Theory / Part One:
Configurations Heat Exchanger Configurations Fain-Fan Air Coolers Equipment Selection and Sizing / Part Two:
Troubleshooting and Maintenance / Part Three:
Operating Problems Typical Control Schemes
Heat Exchanger Field Manual
Heat Transfer Equipment Typical Process Heating and Cooling Applications Basic Heat Transfer Theory / Part One:
Configurations Heat Exchanger Configurations Fain-Fan Air Coolers Equipment Selection and Sizing / Part Two:
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Xiwei Liu, Zhong Liu, Gang Xiong
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Preface
Overview of Service Science, Management, and Engineering / Chapter 1:
What Is SSME? / 1.1:
Information and Communication Technology / 1.1.1:
ACP Theory / 1.1.2:
Why Do We Need SSME? / 1.2:
How Do We Benefit from SSME? / 1.3:
Transportation System / 1.3.1:
Logistics System / 1.3.2:
Health Care System / 1.3.3:
E-Commerce System / 1.3.4:
Financial System / 1.3.5:
Summary / 1.4:
References
Servitization Strategy: Priorities, Capabilities, and Organizational Features / Chapter 2:
Introduction / 2.1:
Background / 2.2:
Context of the PC Industry / 2.2.1:
Definitions of Servitization / 2.2.2:
Benefits and Challenges of Servitization / 2.2.3:
Research Methodology / 2.3:
Case Study / 2.3.1:
Case Company A / 2.3.2:
Case Company B / 2.3.3:
Servitization Strategy for PC Industry / 2.4:
Strategic Priorities / 2.4.1:
Capability Requirements / 2.4.2:
Organizational Features / 2.4.3:
Managerial and Practical Implications / 2.5:
Strategy Priority Depends on Core Competence / 2.5.1:
Leadership and Top Management Support / 2.5.2:
Industry and Government Development Policy / 2.5.3:
Conclusions / 2.6:
Acknowledgments
Supply Chain Finance: Concept and Modeling / Chapter 3:
Inefficient Financial Supply Chain / 3.1:
Introduction to SCF Solutions / 3.2:
Preshipment Finance / 3.2.1:
Transit Finance / 3.2.2:
Postshipment Finance / 3.2.3:
Mathematical Representations of Supply Chain Finance / 3.3:
A Survey / 3.3.1:
Approximate Dynamic Programming / 3.3.2:
A Three-Stage Supply Chain Finance Modeling Framework / 3.3.3:
Future Research / 3.4:
Designing and Assessing Participatory Public Services for Emerging Markets / Chapter 4:
COCKPIT: A Participatory Service Design Methodology in a European Context / 4.1:
Challenges of Service Provision in Emerging Markets / 4.2:
Case Study: The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme / 4.2.1:
Case Study: The Targeted Public Distribution System / 4.2.2:
Existence of Corruption and Lack of Transparency / 4.2.3:
COCKPIT for Emerging Markets (CEM) / 4.3:
CEM Prototype and Implementation / 4.4:
Assessing Corruption in Public Services in Emerging Markets / 4.5:
Transparency Assessment of Public Services in Emerging Markets / 4.6:
Concluding Remarks / 4.7:
Appendix
Recommendation Algorithms for Implicit Information / Chapter 5:
Preliminaries / 5.1:
Notation / 5.2.1:
Recommendation Framework and Quality Metric / 5.2.2:
Neighborhood Models / 5.3:
Matrix Factorization Models / 5.4:
Matrix Factorization for Explicit Ratings / 5.4.1:
Weighted Matrix Factorization for Implicit Ratings / 5.4.2:
Weighted Matrix Factorization with Biases / 5.4.3:
A Hybrid Model of Implicit and Feature Information / 5.5:
Experimental Study / 5.6:
Data Description / 5.6.1:
Results / 5.6.2:
Online Strategies for Optimizing Medical Supply in Disaster Scenarios / 5.7:
Related Work / 6.1:
Experimental Setup / 6.3:
Triage Groups and Penalty Functions / 6.3.1:
Data / 6.3.2:
Algorithms for Optimization / 6.4:
Optimization Problem and Catena / 6.4.1:
Optimization Algorithms / 6.4.2:
Relaxations / 6.4.3:
Experiments and Results / 6.5:
Training / 6.5.1:
Test / 6.5.2:
Future Prospects / 6.6:
Evaluating Traffic Signal Control System Based on Artificial Transportation Systems / Chapter 7:
Developing an Artificial Transportation System from the Bottom Up / 7.1:
The Evaluation Method / 7.3:
Building the Evaluation Platform / 7.4:
GreenPass System / 7.5:
Experiments / 7.6:
Scenario 1: Adverse Weather / 7.6.1:
Scenario 2: After the Building of a Shopping Mall / 7.6.2:
An Approach to Optimize Police Patrol Activities Based on the Spatial Pattern of Crime Hotspots / 7.7:
Police Patrolling / 8.1:
Crime Hotspots / 8.2.2:
Estimators of Spatial Autocorrelation / 8.2.3:
Route Optimization / 8.2.4:
Strategy for Near-Optimal Patrol Route Planning / 8.3:
Overview / 8.3.1:
Street Network-Based Patrol Route Model / 8.3.2:
Route Optimization Procedure / 8.3.3:
A Case Study / 8.4:
Study Site / 8.4.1:
Data and Analysis / 8.4.2:
Conclusions and Prospects / 8.4.3:
Limitations and Future Directions / 8.5.1:
Chemical Emergency Management Research Based on ACP Approach / Chapter 9:
Problems and Challenges / 9.1:
A Research Framework: Parallel Emergency Management System / 9.3:
Artificial Emergency Systems / 9.3.1:
Computational Experiments / 9.3.2:
Parallel Execution / 9.3.3:
Case Study 1: Chemical Early-Warning Research / 9.4:
Case Study 2: Chemical Emergency Response Plans Evaluation / 9.4.2:
Bus Arrival Prediction and Trip Planning for Better User Experience and Services / 9.5:
Literature Review / 10.1:
Bus Arrival Prediction / 10.2.1:
Bus Trip Planning / 10.2.2:
Factor Analysis / 10.3:
Linear Model and Parameter Calibration / 10.3.2:
System Overview / 10.4:
K-Transfer / 10.4.2:
Multiobjective Shortest Path / 10.4.3:
Path Patching / 10.4.4:
Prototype and Experiments / 10.5:
Mass Customization Manufacturing and Its Application for Mobile Phone Production / 10.6:
Definitions and Analysis / 11.1:
Industrial Practices / 11.1.2:
Mobile Phone Production Process Description / 11.2:
Mobile Phone Production Processes / 11.2.1:
Mobile Phone Production Modes / 11.2.2:
Mass Customization Manufacturing Solution / 11.3:
Main Manufacturing Phases of Mass Customization / 11.3.1:
Order Processing of Mass Customization / 11.3.2:
Quality Control of the Solution / 11.3.3:
Technical Architecture of the Solution / 11.3.4:
Practice Results of the Solution / 11.3.5:
ACP Approach-Based Plant Human-Machine Interaction Evaluation / 11.4:
Related Research / 12.1:
Artificial Human-Machine System / 12.2:
Experimental Environment / 12.3:
Overview of Boiler Plant Simulator / 12.3.1:
Assumed Malfunctions / 12.3.2:
Alarm System / 12.3.3:
Design of Computational Experiments / 12.4:
Failure-Symptom Bipartite Graph / 12.4.1:
Abnormal-State-Supervising Procedure / 12.4.2:
Task Decomposition and Workload Estimation / 12.4.3:
Expected Effects / 12.5:
Example of FDI Track / 12.5.1:
Example of Workload Estimation / 12.5.2:
HMI Evaluation and Improvement / 12.5.3:
Cloud of Health for Connected Patients / 12.6:
Drivers for Change in Health Care / 13.1:
Applications / 13.3:
Expert Knowledge-Websites / 13.3.1:
Self-Help / 13.3.2:
SMS / 13.3.3:
Measuring Device Linked by Personal Health Assistant to Expert Systems / 13.3.4:
Medical Data on a SIM Card / 13.3.5:
Exercise and Rehabilitation / 13.3.6:
Links to Nutrition Information Expert Knowledge Systems / 13.3.7:
Epilepsy Alert / 13.3.8:
Body-Worn Sensors / 13.3.9:
Conclusions of Cloud of Health / 13.4:
Case Study of SMS Messaging in Health Promotion / 13.5:
Characteristics of SMS for Use in Healthcare Promotion / 13.6:
K1 Widespread Ownership of Mobile Phones and SMS Usage / 13.6.1:
K2 Convenience and Storage / 13.6.2:
K3 Personal and Private / 13.6.3:
K4 Social Communication / 13.6.4:
K5 Speed / 13.6.5:
K6 Cost / 13.6.6:
K7 Application Integration / 13.6.7:
K8 Ease of Administration / 13.6.8:
K9 Targeting / 13.6.9:
Conclusions of SMS for Use in Healthcare Promotion / 13.7:
Construction of Artificial Grid Systems Based on ACP Approach / Chapter 14:
ACP Approach / 14.1:
Complex Network Characteristics of Power Grids / 14.3:
Complex Network Theory / 14.3.1:
Complexity of Power Grids / 14.3.2:
Construction of Complex Power Grid Network Model / 14.3.3:
Some Results of Research on Power Grids Based on Complex Networks / 14.3.4:
Construction of Artificial Grid Systems / 14.4:
Artificial Grid Systems / 14.4.1:
Design and Construction of Artificial Grid Systems / 14.4.2:
Influence of Electric Vehicles on After-Sales Service / 14.5:
After-Sales Service in the Automotive Industry / 15.1:
Stakeholders of the Automotive Aftermarket / 15.2.1:
Typical Services in the Automotive Aftermarket / 15.2.2:
Changes Due to the Increasing Share of Electric Mobility / 15.3:
The Impact on Stakeholders / 15.4:
Decreasing Share of Mechanical and Moving Parts / 15.4.1:
Fewer Additional Units / 15.4.2:
Longer Service Intervals / 15.4.3:
Immature Battery Technology / 15.4.4:
Limited Self-Service Possibility / 15.4.5:
Future Perspectives / 15.5:
Service Modeling Optimization and Service Composition QoS Analysis / Chapter 16:
BPEL4WS-Based Modeling Optimization / 16.1:
Comparison of Modeling of SMEE and Mainstream Methods Based on BPEL4WS / 16.2.1:
Definition of SMEE / 16.2.2:
Research Method for Converting SMEE Model into BPEL4WS / 16.2.3:
Running Performance Evaluation for Generated BPEL4WS Model / 16.2.4:
Web Service Composition Quality Analysis with Stochastic Service Times / 16.3:
Problem Description / 16.3.1:
Analysis of the QoS of Each Kind of BPEL2WS Container / 16.3.2:
Analysis of the QoS of an Actual BPEL2WS Model / 16.3.3:
Urban Traffic Management System Based on Ontology and Multiagent System / 16.4:
LiteratureReview / 17.1:
Ontological Technology / 17.2.1:
Multiagent Technology / 17.2.2:
Ontology of Urban Traffic Management System / 17.3:
Road Network / 17.3.1:
Environment / 17.3.2:
Traffic Information / 17.3.3:
Traffic Facility / 17.3.4:
Vehicle / 17.3.5:
Algorithm / 17.3.6:
Time / 17.3.7:
Multiagent System Architecture / 17.4:
Reference / 17.5:
Index
Preface
Overview of Service Science, Management, and Engineering / Chapter 1:
What Is SSME? / 1.1:
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Andrei Grebennikov, Marc J. Franco, Nathan O. Sokal
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About the Authors
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Power Amplifier Design Principles / Chapter 1:
Spectral-domain analysis / 1.1:
Basic classes of operation: A, AB, B, and C / 1.2:
Load line and output impedance / 1.3:
Classes of operation based upon a finite number of harmonics / 1.4:
Active device models / 1.5:
LDMOSFETs / 1.5.1:
GaAs MESFETs and GaN HEMTs / 1.5.2:
Low- and high-voltage HBTs / 1.5.3:
High-frequency conduction angle / 1.6:
Nonlinear effect of collector capacitance / 1.7:
Push-pull power amplifiers / 1.8:
Power gain and impedance matching / 1.9:
Load-pull characterization / 1.10:
Amplifier stability / 1.11:
Parametric oscillations / 1.12:
Bias circuits / 1.13:
Distortion fundamentals / 1.14:
Linearity / 1.14.1:
Time variance / 1.14.2:
Memory / 1.14.3:
Distortion of electrical signals / 1.14.4:
Types of distortion / 1.14.5:
Nonlinear distortion analysis for sinusoidal signals - measures of nonlinear distortion / 1.14.6:
References
Class-D Power Amplifiers / Chapter 2:
Switchmode power amplifiers with resistive load / 2.1:
Complementary voltage-switching configuration / 2.2:
Transformer-coupled voltage-switching configuration / 2.3:
Transformer-coupled current-switching configuration / 2.4:
Symmetrical current-switching configuration / 2.5:
Voltage-switching configuration with reactive load / 2.6:
Drive and transition time / 2.7:
Practical Class-D power amplifier implementation / 2.8:
Class D for digital pulse-modulation transmitters / 2.9:
Class-F Power Amplifiers / Chapter 3:
Biharmonic and polyharmonic operation modes / 3.1:
Idealized Class-F mode / 3.2:
Class-F with maximally flat waveforms / 3.3:
Class-F with quarterwave transmission line / 3.4:
Effect of saturation resistance and shunt capacitance / 3.5:
Load networks with lumped elements / 3.6:
Load networks with transmission lines / 3.7:
LDMOSFET power amplifier design examples / 3.8:
Broadband capability of Class-F power amplifiers / 3.9:
Practical Class-F power amplifiers and applications / 3.10:
Inverse Class-F / Chapter 4:
Idealized inverse Class-F mode / 4.1:
Inverse Class-F with quarterwave transmission line / 4.3:
Examples of practical implementation / 4.4:
Inverse Class-F GaN HEMT power amplifiers for WCDMA systems / 4.8:
Class-E with Shunt Capacitance / Chapter 5:
Effect of a detuned resonant circuit / 5.1:
Load network with shunt capacitor and series filter / 5.2:
Matching with a standard load / 5.3:
Effect of saturation resistance / 5.4:
Driving signal and finite switching time / 5.5:
Effect of nonlinear shunt capacitance / 5.6:
Optimum, nominal, and off-nominal Class-E operation / 5.7:
Push-pull operation mode / 5.8:
Practical Class-E power amplifiers and applications / 5.9:
Class-E with Finite DC-Feed Inductance / Chapter 6:
Class-E with one capacitor and one inductor / 6.1:
Generalized Class-E load network with finite DC-Feed inductance / 6.2:
Subharmonic Class-E / 6.3:
Parallel-circuit Class-E / 6.4:
Even-harmonic Class-E / 6.5:
Effect of bondwire inductance / 6.6:
Load network with transmission lines / 6.7:
Operation beyond maximum Class-E frequency / 6.8:
Power gain / 6.9:
CMOS Class-E power amplifiers / 6.10:
Class-E with Quarterwave Transmission Line / Chapter 7:
Load network with parallel quarterwave line / 7.1:
Optimum load-network parameters / 7.2:
Load network with zero series reactance / 7.3:
Matching circuit with lumped elements / 7.4:
Matching circuit with transmission lines / 7.5:
Load network with series quarterwave line and shunt filter / 7.6:
Design example: 10-W, 2.14-GHz Class-E GaN HEMT power amplifier with parallel quarterwave transmission line / 7.7:
Broadband Class-E / Chapter 8:
Reactance compensation technique / 8.1:
Broadband Class-E with shunt capacitance / 8.1.1:
Broadband parallel-circuit Class-E / 8.3:
High-power RF Class-E power amplifiers / 8.4:
Microwave monolithic Class-E power amplifiers / 8.5:
Alternative and Mixed-Mode High-Efficiency Power Amplifiers / 8.6:
Class-DE power amplifier / 9.1:
Class-FE power amplifiers / 9.2:
Class-E/F power amplifiers / 9.3:
Symmetrical push-pull configurations / 9.3.1:
Single-ended Class-E/F3 mode / 9.3.2:
Biharmonic Class-EM power amplifier / 9.4:
Inverse Class-EM power amplifiers / 9.5:
Harmonic tuning using load-pull techniques / 9.6:
Chireix outphasing power amplifiers / 9.7:
High-Efficiency Doherty Power Amplifiers / Chapter 10:
Historical aspects and conventional Doherty architecture / 10.1:
Carrier and peaking amplifiers with harmonic control / 10.2:
Balanced, push-pull, and dual Doherty amplifiers / 10.3:
Asymmetric Doherty amplifiers / 10.4:
Multistage Doherty amplifiers / 10.5:
Inverted Doherty amplifiers / 10.6:
Integration / 10.7:
Digitally driven Doherty amplifier / 10.8:
Multiband and broadband capability / 10.9:
Predistortion Linearization Techniques / Chapter 11:
Modeling of RF power amplifiers with memory / 11.1:
Predistortion linearization / 11.2:
Introduction / 11.2.1:
Memoryless predistorter for octave-bandwidth amplifiers / 11.2.2:
Predistorter with memory for octave-bandwidth amplifiers / 11.2.3:
Postdistortion / 11.2.4:
Analog predistortion implementation / 11.3:
Reflective predistorters / 11.3.1:
Transmissive predistorters / 11.3.3:
Digital predistortion implementation / 11.4:
Principles of memoryless digital predistortion / 11.4.1:
Digital predistortion adaptation / 11.4.3:
Digital predistorter performance / 11.4.4:
Computer-Aided Design of Switchmode Power Amplifiers / Chapter 12:
HB-PLUS program for half-bridge and full-bridge direct-coupled voltage-switching Class-D and Class-DE circuits / 12.1:
Program capabilities / 12.1.1:
Circuit topologies / 12.1.2:
Class-D versus Class-DE / 12.1.3:
HEPA-PLUS CAD program for Class-E / 12.2:
Steady-state periodic response / 12.2.1:
Transient response / 12.2.3:
Circuit topology / 12.2.4:
Optimization / 12.2.5:
Effect of Class-E load-network parameter variations / 12.3:
HB-PLUS CAD examples for Class-D and Class-DE / 12.4:
Class-D with hard switching / 12.4.1:
Class-DE with soft switching / 12.4.2:
HEPA-PLUS CAD example for Class-E / 12.5:
Evaluate a candidate transistor / 12.5.1:
Use the automatic preliminary design module to obtain a nominal-waveform Class-E design / 12.5.2:
Simulate the nominal-waveforms circuit / 12.5.3:
RF output spectrum / 12.5.4:
Optimize the design, using the nominal-waveforms design as a starting-point / 12.5.5:
Use the SWEEP function / 12.5.6:
Class-E power amplifier design using SPICE / 12.6:
ADS circuit simulator and its applicability to switchmode Class-E / 12.7:
ADS CAD design example: high-efficiency two-stage 1.75-GHz MMIC HBT power amplifier / 12.8:
Index
About the Authors
Foreword
Preface
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David J. Eyres, George J. Bruce
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction to Shipbuilding / Part 1:
Basic design of the ship / 1:
Ship dimensions, form, size, or category / 2:
Development of ship types / 3:
Materials and Strength of Ships / Part 2:
Classification societies / 4:
Steels / 5:
Other shipbuilding materials / 6:
Testing of materials / 7:
Stresses to which a ship is subject / 8:
Welding and Cutting / Part 3:
Welding and cutting processes used in shipbuilding / 9:
Welding practice and testing welds / 10:
Shipyard Practice / Part 4:
Shipyard layout / 11:
Design information for production / 12:
Plate and section preparation and machining / 13:
Assembly of ship structure / 14:
Launching / 15:
Ship Structure / Part 5:
Bottom structure / 16:
Shell plating and framing / 17:
Bulkheads and pillars / 18:
Decks, hatches, and superstructures / 19:
Fore end structure / 20:
Aft end structure / 21:
Tanker construction / 22:
Liquefied gas carriers / 23:
Outfit / Part 6:
Cargo lifting arrangements / 24:
Cargo access, handling, and restraint / 25:
Pumping and piping arrangements / 26:
Corrosion control and antifouling systems / 27:
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, refrigeration, and insulation / 28:
International Regulations / Part 7:
International Maritime Organization / 29:
Tonnage / 30:
Load Line Rules / 31:
Structural fire protection / 32:
Index
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction to Shipbuilding / Part 1:
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Yilong Bai, Bradley Dodd
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Introduction / Dodd ; Bai1:
Experimental Methods / Meyer ; Pursche2:
Microstructural Aspects of Shear Localization Under High-Strain Rates for Materials / Xu ; Meyers3:
Analysis of Adiabatic Shear Bands by Numerical Simulation / Batra4:
Current Status of the Theory of Adiabatic Shear Bands / Wright5:
Adiabatic Shear Bands in Ammunition and Targets / Couque6:
Explosives / Walley7:
Shear Bands in Bulk Metallic Glasses / 8:
Dynamic Failure of Amorphous Polymers / Swallowe9:
Geological Aspects of Shear / Sulem10:
Bibliography / 11:
Introduction / Dodd ; Bai1:
Experimental Methods / Meyer ; Pursche2:
Microstructural Aspects of Shear Localization Under High-Strain Rates for Materials / Xu ; Meyers3:
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Atta-ur- Rahman
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Botanical Medicines for Diuresis: Cross-Cultural Comparisons
The Artemisia L. Genus: a Review of Bioactive Sesquiterpene Lactones
Secondary Metabolites with Antinematodal Activity from Higher Plants
Beneficial Health Effects of Bioactive Compounds Present in Spices and Aromatic Herbs
Bioactive Plant Isoprenoids: Biosynthetic and Biotechnological Approaches
Trypanocidal Monoterpenes: Lead Compounds to Design Future Trypanocidal Drugs
Plant and Fungi 3,4-Dihydroisocoumarins: Structures, Biological Activity and Taxonomic Relationships
The Modern Analytical Determination of Botanicals and Similar Novel Natural Products by the HPTLC Fingerprint Approach
Natural Antioxidants (NAO) of Plants Acting as Scavengers of Free Radicals
Bioactive Natural Products as Potential Candidates to Control Aedes Aegypti, the Vector of Dengue
Subject Index
Botanical Medicines for Diuresis: Cross-Cultural Comparisons
The Artemisia L. Genus: a Review of Bioactive Sesquiterpene Lactones
Secondary Metabolites with Antinematodal Activity from Higher Plants
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Y. Pico, Yolanda Pico
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Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Analytical Techniques / I:
Basics and Advances in Sampling and Sample Preparation / Lourdes Ramos1:
Data Analysis and Chemometrics / Paolo Oliveri ; Michele Forina2:
Near-Infrared, Mid-Infrared, and Raman Spectroscopy / Ouissam Abbas ; Pierre Dardenne ; Vincent Baeten3:
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance / Photis Dais ; Apostolos Spyros4:
Low-Intensity Ultrasounds / Yolanda Picó5:
The Applications of Nanotechnology / Nesli Sozer ; Jozef L. Kokini6:
Microfluidic Devices: Biosensors / Marinella Farré ; Lina Kantiani ; Damiá Barceló7:
Electronic Noses and Tongues / M. Stella Cosio ; Simona Benedetti ; Matteo Scampicchio8:
Mass Spectrometry / George Kaklamanos ; Eugenio Aprea ; Georgios Theodoridis9:
Liquid Chromatography / Ya. I. Yashin ; A. Ya. Yashin10:
Gas Chromatography / Chiara Cordero ; Erica Liberto ; Barbara Sgorbini ; Patrizia Rubiolo ; Carlo Bicchi11:
Electrophoresis / James M. Karlinsey12:
Molecular Techniques / Anu Singh ; Manoj Pratap Singh ; Varsha Sharma ; Hridya Narayan Verma ; Kavita Arora13:
Applications / II:
Traceability / Esther Kok ; Marjolein Van Der Spiegel ; Theo Prins ; Vicky Manti ; Maria Groot ; Monique Bremer ; Leo Van Raamsdonk ; Ine Van Der Fels ; Saskia Van Ruth14:
Food Authenticity and Fraud / Romdhane Karoui15:
Food Proteomics / Lisa Elviri ; Monica Mattarozzi16:
Nutritional Supplements / Myriam Malet-Martino ; Robert Martino ; Pierre-Antoine Bonnet17:
A Particular Case of Novel Food: Genetically Modified Organisms / Virginia García-Cañas ; Alejandro Cifuentes18:
Flavors and Odors / Barbara D'acampora Zellner ; Paola Dugo ; Giovanni Dugo ; Luigi Mondello19:
Emerging Contaminants / Damià Barceló20:
Allergens / Linda Monaci ; Angelo Visconti21:
Metal Speciation / Ashok Kumar Malik ; Varinder Kaur ; Sumati Kumar22:
Radionuclides / Franca Carini23:
Index
Contributors
Foreword
Preface
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Yukio Ueda, Ninshu Ma, Hidekazu Murakawa
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Preface
List of Symbols
Introduction to Welding Mechanics
Basic Concepts of Welding and Welding Mechanics / 1.1:
Process of the Production of Residual Stress and Inherent Strain / 1.2:
Illustrative Model / 1.2.1:
Heating of Free Bar C / 1.2.2:
Heating of Bar C Fixed at Both Ends / 1.2.3:
Heating Bar C When It Is Connected to a Movable Rigid Body / 1.2.4:
Reproduction of Residual Stress by Inherent Strain and Inverse Analysis for Inherent Strain / 1.3:
Reproduction of Residual Stress by Inherent Strain / 1.3.1:
Inverse Analysis for Inherent Strain / 1.3.2:
Numerical Examples of Residual Stress, Inherent Strain, and Inherent Displacement / 1.4:
Low-Temperature Heating Process / 1.4.1:
Medium-Temperature Heating / 1.4.2:
High-Temperature Heating / 1.4.3:
References
Introduction to Measurement and Prediction of Residual Stresses with the Help of Inherent Strains / 2:
Inherent Strains and Resulting Stresses / 2.1:
Displacement-Strain Relation (Compatibility) / 2.1.1:
Stress-Strain Relation (Constitution Equation) / 2.1.2:
Equilibrium Condition (Equilibrium Equation) / 2.1.3:
Measured Strains in Experiments and Inherent Strains / 2.2:
Effective and Noneffective Inherent Strains / 2.3:
Determination of Effective Inherent Strains from Measured Residual Stresses / 2.4:
Most Probable Value of Effective Inherent Strain and Accuracy of the Measurement of Residual Stress / 2.5:
Derivation of Elastic Response Matrix / 2.6:
Measuring Methods and Procedures of Residual Stresses in Two- and Three-Dimensional Models / 2.7:
Measurement of Two-Dimensional Residual Stresses Induced in the Butt-Welded Joint of a Plate / 2.7.1:
Measurement of Three-Dimensional Residual Stresses Induced in Thick Plates / 2.7.2:
Prediction of Welding Residual Stresses / 2.8:
Mechanical Simulation of Welding / 3:
Heat Flow and Temperature During Welding / 3.1:
Heat Supply, Diffusion, and Dissipation / 3.1.1:
Simple Heat Flow Model / 3.1.2:
Differences in Material Properties / 3.1.3:
Change of Material Properties with Temperature / 3.1.4:
Characteristic Temperature and Length / 3.1.5:
Simple Method for Solving the Heat Conduction Problem / 3.1.6:
Summary / 3.1.7:
Basic Concepts of Mechanical Problems in Welding / 3.2:
Classification of Problems According to Dimensions / 3.2.1:
Variables and Equations Used to Describe Mechanical Problems / 3.2.2:
Deformation and Stress in the Three-Bar Model / 3.2.3:
Stress-Strain Relation in Welding / 3.2.4:
Thermal Visco-Elasto-Plastic Problem in Three-Bar Model / 3.2.5:
Closing Remarks / 3.2.6:
The Finite Element Method / 4:
Finite Element Method as a Powerful Tool for a Variety of Problems / 4.1:
Types of Problems and the Corresponding Basic Equations / 4.2:
Basic Concepts of the Variational Principle / 4.3:
How to Solve a Problem with More than One Element / 4.4:
Equilibrium Equation of a Bar / 4.4.1:
Equilibrium Equations of Two Bars / 4.4.2:
Incremental Method for Nonlinear Problems / 4.5:
Simple Examples of Analyzing Thermal Elastic-Plastic-Creep Behavior / 4.6:
Bar Fixed at Both Ends Under a Thermal Cycle / 4.6.1:
Thermal Elastic Behavior of a Bar Fixed at Both Ends / 4.6.2:
Thermal Elastic-Plastic Behavior of a Bar Fixed at Both Ends / 4.6.3:
Thermal Elastic-Plastic Creep Behavior of a Bar Fixed at Both Ends / 4.6.4:
Basic Theoretical Solutions to Validate Results Obtained by the FEM / 4.7:
Temperature Distribution Due to a Concentrated Heat Source / 4.7.1:
Temperature Distribution on a Butt-Welded Joint of a Thin Plate / 4.7.2:
Temperature Distribution on a Butt-Welded Joint of a Thick Plate / 4.7.3:
Inherent Strain Distribution on a Butt-Welded Joint of a Thin Plate / 4.7.4:
Flow of Analysis for Welding Deformation and Residual Stress / 4.8:
Checklist for Rational Simulation / 4.9:
Checklist for Preparation of Input Data / 4.9.1:
Checklists for the Results of Simulation / 4.9.2:
Troubleshooting for Problems Experienced in Computation / 4.10:
Troubleshooting for Common Problems in Heat Conduction Analysis and Stress Analysis / 4.10.1:
Troubleshooting for Heat Conduction Analysis / 4.10.2:
Troubleshooting for Thermal Elastic-Plastic Analysis / 4.10.3:
Q&A for FEM Programs / 5:
Q&A for Program Introduction / 5.1:
Q&A for Welding Heat Conduction Program heat2d.exe / 5.2:
Q&A for Thermal Elastic-Plastic Creep Program tepc2d.exe / 5.3:
Q&A for the Inherent Strain-Based Program inhs2d.exe / 5.4:
Q&A for Postprocessing Program awsd.exe / 5.5:
Q&A for Sample Data / 5.6:
Reference
Simulation Procedures for Welding Heat Conduction, Welding Deformation, and Residual Stresses Using the FEM Programs Provided on the Companion Website / 6:
Simulation Steps Using the Welding Heat Conduction FEM Program / 6.1:
Purpose and Simulation Conditions / 6.1.1:
Preparation of Input File / 6.1.2:
Steps to Execute heat2d.exe for Welding Heat Conduction / 6.1.3:
Viewing Results Using Postprocessing Program / 6.1.4:
Simulation Steps Using the Thermal Elastic-Plastic Creep FEM Program / 6.2:
Prepare the Node Temperature File / 6.2.1:
Steps to Execute the FEM Program / 6.2.4:
Viewing Results Using the Postprocessing Program / 6.2.5:
Simulation Steps Using the Inherent Strain FEM Program / 6.3:
Steps to Execute the Program / 6.3.1:
Comparison of the Results of the Inherent Strain Method and the Thermal Elastic-Plastic Method / 6.3.4:
Numerical Experiment for Residual Stress Measurement Using the Inherent Strain FEM Program / 6.4:
Steps to Execute the FEM Program for Residual Stress and Deformation / 6.4.1:
Computation Steps for the Prediction of Residual Stresses by the Inherent Strain Method / 6.4.4:
Preparation of Input File and Prediction Formula of Inherent Strain / 6.5.1:
Steps to Execute inhs2d.exe for Residual Stress Computation / 6.5.3:
Comparison of the Results by the Inherent Strain Method and the Thermal Elastic-Plastic Method / 6.5.4:
Strategic Simulation Analyses for Manufacturing Problems Related to Welding / 7:
Cold Cracking at the First Pass of a Butt-Welded Joint Under Mechanical Restraint / 7.1:
Cold Cracking of Slit Weld / 7.2:
Analysis of Welding Residual Stress of Fillet Welds for Prevention of Fatigue Cracks / 7.3:
Residual Stresses by Three-Dimensional Analysis / 7.3.1:
Comparison of Residual Stresses by Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Analyses / 7.3.2:
Comparison of Residual Stresses in Single-Pass and Multipass Welds / 7.3.3:
Multipass-Welded Corner Joints and Weld Cracking / 7.4:
Experiment and Result / 7.4.1:
Residual Stresses by Thermal Elastic-Plastic Analysis / 7.4.2:
Effects of Welding Residual Stress and Geometry of Edge Preparation on Initiation of Welding Cracks / 7.4.3:
Analysis of Transient and Residual Stresses of Multipass Welding of Thick Plates in Relation to Cold Cracks, Under-Bead Cracks, Etc. / 7.5:
Specimens and Conditions for Theoretical Analysis / 7.5.1:
Characteristics of Welding Residual Stress Distributions and Production Process / 7.5.2:
Improvement of Residual Stresses of a Circumferential Joint of a Pipe by Heat-Sink Welding / 7.6:
Prediction of Deformation Produced by Line Heating / 7.7:
Simulation of Resistance Spot Welding Process / 7.8:
Prediction of Welding Distortion Produced in Large Plate Structures / 7.9:
Residual Stress Distributions in Typical Welded Joints / Appendix A:
Residual Stresses in Base Metals / A.1:
Residual Stress in Thermo-Mechanical Control Process(TMCP) Steel / A.1.1:
Residual Stress in TMCP Steel Induced by Bead Weld / A.1.2:
Explosive Clad Steel / A.1.3:
Cylindrical Thick Plate by Cold Bending / A.1.4:
Residual Stresses in Welded Joints of Plates; in 2-Dimensional / A.2:
Butt-Welded Joints; Classification of Patterns of Residual Stress Distributions / A.2.1:
Long Butt-Welded Joint, Prediction Equation / A.2.2:
Built-Up Members ofT Shape and I Shape / A.2.3:
Built-Up Member of T Shape, Experiment / A.2.4:
Residual Stress and Inherent Displacement Induced by Slit Welds / A.2.5:
Mullripass Butt Welds of Thick Plates; 3-Dimensional / A.3:
Multipass Butt Welds of Thick Plates, Classification / A.3.1:
Multipass Butt Welds of Thick Plate, Experiment / A.3.2:
Electron Beam Welding, Thick Plate / A.4:
First Bead of Butt Joint; RCC (Rigidly Restrained Cracking) Test Specimen / A.5:
Multipass-Welded Corner Joint / A.6:
Fillet Welds: 3-Dimensional / A.7:
Single Fillet Welds / A.7.1:
Fillet Welds at the Joint of Web and Flange / A.7.2:
Repair Weld of Thick Plate / A.8:
Circumferential Welded Joint of Pipes / A.9:
Circumferential Welded Joint of PipesùHeat-Sink Welding / A.9.1:
Penetrating Pipe Joints in Nuclear Reactor / A.9.2:
Published material properties for thermal elastic-plastic FEM analysis Located on the companion website at booksite.elsevier.com/9780123948045 / Appendix B:
Theory of three-dimensional thermal elastic-plastic creep analysis Located on the companion website at booksite.elsevier.com/9780123948045 / Appendix C:
Contents of Programs and Data on the Companion Website
Index
About the Authors
Preface
List of Symbols
Introduction to Welding Mechanics
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Robert Oshana
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Introduction to Digital Signal Processing / 1:
Overview of Embedded and Real Time Systems / 2:
Overview of Embedded Systems Lifecycle Development Using DSP / 3:
Programmable DSP Architectures / 4:
DSP Hardware components and FPGA / 5:
The Hardware/Software Continuum for DSP / 6:
Overview of Digital Signal Processing Algorithms / 7:
High-Level Design Tools for Complex DSP Applications / 8:
Benchmarking and Profiling DSP Systems / 9:
Optimizing DSP Software - High Level Languages and Programming Models / 10:
Optimizing DSP Software - Code Optimization / 11:
Optimizing DSP Software - Memory Optimization / 12:
Optimizing DSP Software - Power Optimization / 13:
Real-Time Operating Systems Using DSP / 14:
Managing the DSP Software Development Effort / 15:
Multicore Software Development for DSP applications / 16:
Developing and Debugging DSP Systems / 17:
DSP Algorithm Development, Rules and Guidelines / 18:
Case Studies
Bringing it all together
A Case Study on a LTE Basestation Software Architecture for a Multicore DSP
DSP for medical applications
Voiceover IP DSP Software System
Software Performance Engineering of an Embedded System DSP Application
Specifying Behavior of Embedded DSP Systems
DSP in Software Defined Radio
Introduction to Digital Signal Processing / 1:
Overview of Embedded and Real Time Systems / 2:
Overview of Embedded Systems Lifecycle Development Using DSP / 3:
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Mordechay Esh
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Preface
About the Book
About the Author
Introduction / Chapter 1:
Magnetic Fields / Chapter 2:
Single-Wire Magnetic Field / 2.1:
Magnetic Geometric Factor (G) / 2.2:
Magnetic Field of Triangular Wires / 2.3:
First Magnetic Positioning Equation / Chapter 3:
Resolving Factor G / 3.1:
Triangular Couple / 3.2:
Multiple-Turn Coils / 3.3:
Magnetic Positioning System / Chapter 4:
Detector Rotation Matrix / 4.1:
Solution of the Rotation Matrix / 4.2:
Detector Coordinates / 4.3:
Equations of Quadrilateral Coils / Chapter 5:
Triple Quadrilaterals / 5.1:
Angle Rotation Coils / 5.2:
Coil Design / 5.3:
ARC Coils - Triple Quadrilaterals / 5.4:
XYZ Coils - Quadrilateral Symmetric Triple / 5.5:
Quad Quadrilateral Coil Equations / Chapter 6:
Real ARC Quad Coil Design / 6.1:
Real XYZ Coil Design / 6.2:
Manipulation Properties / 6.3:
Distortions and Disturbances / Chapter 7:
Scan System for ARC Coils / 7.1:
Scan System for XYZ Coils / 7.2:
G Distances / 7.3:
Vertex Problem / 7.4:
Detectors / Chapter 8:
Energy Detectors / 8.1:
Detector Coils / 8.2:
Coefficients Method / Chapter 9:
Ten Steps to Positioning Equations / 9.1:
Examples / 9.2:
Two-Axis Detector Positioning Equations / 9.3:
Positioning Equations - 3D Coils / Chapter 10:
3D Triangles / 10.1:
3D Quadrilateral Coils / 10.2:
3D Coefficient Method / 10.3:
One-Axis Detector Positioning Equations / 10.4:
Open Issues
Quadratic to Quartic Equations / Appendix A:
Matrix Structure / Appendix B:
Preface
About the Book
About the Author
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Konstantin Kazakov
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The Laws of Quantum Mechanics / 1:
The Evolution of Perturbation Theory / 2:
Polynomials of Quantum Numbers / 3:
Effects of Anharmonicity / 4:
The Method of Factorization / 5:
The Laws of Quantum Mechanics / 1:
The Evolution of Perturbation Theory / 2:
Polynomials of Quantum Numbers / 3:
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