The PROVOR float is a drifting float, developed by the French NKE company.4 Its
typical operational profile ... The float was programmed to achieve parking and
profiling depths of 500m for the specific needs of in situ demonstration. A1 was ...
Author: Eric Delory
Challenges and Innovations in Ocean In-Situ Sensors: Measuring Inner Ocean Processes and Health in the Digital Age highlights collaborations of industry and academia in identifying the key challenges and solutions related to ocean observations. A new generation of sensors is presented that addresses the need for higher reliability (e.g. against biofouling), better integration on platforms in terms of size and communication, and data flow across domains (in-situ, space, etc.). Several developments are showcased using a broad diversity of measuring techniques and technologies. Chapters address different sensors and approaches for measurements, including applications, quality monitoring and initiatives that will guide the need for monitoring. Integrates information across key marine and maritime sectors and supports regional policy requirements on monitoring programs Offers tactics for enabling early detection and more effective monitoring of the marine environment and implementation of appropriate management actions Presents new technologies driving the next generation of sensors, allowing readers to understand new capabilities for monitoring and opportunities for another generation of sensors Includes a global vision for ocean monitoring that fosters a new perspective on the direction of ocean measurements
2. 3. Recipient's Accession No. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods
Hole, MA 02543 SHEET 4. To Suot its 5. Report Date MODE SOFAR FLOAT IN
SITU DATA SUMMARY June 1974 6. 7. Author(s) 8. I'erforming Organization
Author: Arthur D. Voorhis
Ten SOFAR floats were instrumented during the MODE field experiment to record pressure, temperature, and vertical water displacement during a four month drift. This report describes the acquisition and reduction of this data and then summarizes in graphical form some of the principal results.
Every-day adventurer, Mark Barsdell, is training and working as a geologist in the 1970's when he comes upon opportunities to explore the far reaches of our planet.
Author: Mark Barsdell
Every-day adventurer, Mark Barsdell, is training and working as a geologist in the 1970's when he comes upon opportunities to explore the far reaches of our planet. Through expeditions, field trips and personal adventures, he traverses the most remote regions of Antarctica, the New Hebrides (Vanuatu) and the Arctic, as well as volcanic regions of New Zealand, North America, Mexico and Argentina. Keeping meticulous records of the environments in which he was immersed, his diaries offer a fascinating insight into regions less travelled. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on an ice-island, become lost for days on an active volcano, share a tent with an elephant seal or play hopscotch over a pool of hot sulfuric acid? Mark's travels were at a time when true adventure was possible, and through his diaries we can follow his intrepid footsteps.
Finishing involves the use of a hand - held float which is drawn across a freshly
laid slab to produce the correct level of surface laitance . The surface is then
treated with a stiff brush to produce skid resistance . Once finishing has taken
Author: John Knapton
Publisher: Thomas Telford
This book presents the first single source of detailed guidance for designers, specifiers and constructors of in-situ concrete industrial hardstandings. Despite the fact that in-situ concrete is used commonly as the construction material of industrial hardstandings, little guidance is available to the designer. In the past, industrial hardstandings have been engineered by adapting the methods and materials used in highways and industrial ground supported floors, often leading to the inappropriate use of materials and construction methods.
184.108.40.206 Miscellaneous Floating Systems Metronidazole (MZ), a common
antibacterial drug used in the treatment of H. pylori, ... An in situ foaming and
gelling system has been developed for controlled delivery of amoxicillin for the
treatment of ...
Author: Hong Wen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book describes the theories, applications, and challenges for different oral controlled release formulations. This book differs from most in its focus on oral controlled release formulation design and process development. It also covers the related areas like preformulation, biopharmaceutics, in vitro-in vivo correlations (IVIVC), quality by design (QbD), and regulatory issues.
STIME = FLOAT ( DAT ( 5,1 ) +12 ) GAIN = FLOAT ( DAT ( 1,1 ) ) / 100 . CONST =
GAIN ( FLOAT ( DAT ( 1,2 ) ) * 10.0 ) ERROR = DAT ( 1,3 ) -DAT ( 1,4 ) INTGRL ( I
) = INTGRL ( I ) + CONST * ERROR * STIME CO - GAIN * ERROR + INTGRL ( I ) ...
Author: David Ray Johnson
"To meet the requirements of advancing technologies in the aerospace and other industries, materials are needed with application temperatures higher than those of the nickel-based superalloys currently in use. Intermetallics systems are being considered as candidate materials for advanced high temperature aerospace applications. In particular, the B2 compound NiAl is being extensively studied due to its superior oxidation resistance, high melting point, low density, and high thermal conductivity . However, NiAl is brittle at room temperature and has poor elevated temperature strength, both of which render this material inadequate for structural applications. Reinforcing NiAl with second phases to form composite materials may eliminate these problems. One method for producing NiAl-based composites is by controlling the eutectic solidification process of NiAl based alloys. During eutectic growth, two or more solid phases form simultaneously from the liquid. Directional solidification of these eutectic alloys may produce in-situ composites, where one or more phases are aligned parallel to Ike growth direction. One advantage of producing in-situ composites by directional solidification is that the phases are thermodynamically stable even up to the melting point. A disadvantage is that alloy compositions are limited by the appropriate phase equilibria needed for eutectic growth. Unfortunately, the eutectic compositions for many systems of interest are unknown."--Page 2.
Chapter 12 Whole - mount In situ ] Hybridization of Thick , ] Floating Tissue
Sections ] ] ] ] I I Whole - mount in situ hybridization is a convenient way of
visualizing complete expression patterns in embryos of different developmental
Author: Trevor Jowett
TISSUE IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION Methods in Animal Development Trevor Jowett The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) course on tissue in situ hybridization in animal developmental biology has served as an important and highly respected forum for the latest advances in the methodology of this valuable research tool. Developed from EMBO course materials, Tissue In Situ Hybridization provides scientists and researchers worldwide with detailed coverage of new approaches, techniques, and protocols, along with up-to-date information on more established procedures. Focusing particularly on the two-color in situ hybridization method to whole-mount embryos and tissue sections, this practical resource also compares different methods of producing differentially colored signals, and includes the results of protocol experiments with fluorescent and other alternative in situ hybridization techniques. Special features include: Photographic examples—including color plates—to complement the text Clear explanations of the principles underlying different methods Detailed discussion and comparison of the different methods Valuable troubleshooting advice and practical guidance Comprehensive index, allowing quick and easy access to specific topics Compiled by a leading expert in the field, Tissue In Situ Hybridization is an indispensable asset to professionals and researchers working in the areas of developmental, cell, and molecular biology.
1 In - Situ Cold Recycling of Bituminous Material shall be measured by the
Square Yard . Water will not be measured and paid for separately but shall be
included in the In - situ Cold Recycling of Bituminous Material work . The High
Author: Jon A. Epps
Publisher: Transportation Research Board
This synthesis will be of interest to pavement designers, construction engineers, and others interested in economical methods for reconstructing or rehabilitating bituminous pavements. Information is provided on the processes and procedures used by a number of states to recycle asphalt pavements in place without application of heat. Since 1975 a growing number of state highway agencies have reconstructed or rehabilitated asphalt pavements by recycling the old pavement in place. This report of the Transportation Research Board describes the processes used for cold in-place recycling, including construction procedures, mix designs, mixture properties, performance, and specifications.
... straightforward for LNAPLs , which float on top of the water table , it is
considerably more difficult for DNAPLs , which sink below the water table .
NAPLs trapped at residual saturation are extremely difficult to mobilize and , in
general , serve ...
Author: Bruce E. Rittmann
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This critical review of the status of in situ bioremediation, which is used to clean up contaminated groundwater aquifers and surface soils, has been organized according to possibilities and restrictions. Possibilities are based on present knowledge and indicate that in situ bioremediation can achieve decontamination of aquifers and soils. Restrictions encompass the scientific, engineering, legal, and other questions that stand in the way of successful development and application of in situ bioremediation. Although much has been written about bioremediation, this critical review is unique because it is comprehensive, critical, and integrated. This situation was no accident; the organization of the authorship team and the report's contents were designed to achieve each of the three attributes. Combining a good plan, outstanding individuals contributing, and an incredible amount of work, they created a critical review that defines the technical and non-technical issues that will determine how much of an impact in situ bioremediation makes on solving the world's challenges for cleanup of our legacy of improperly disposed of materials. Readers of this review will find the issues identified and connected. They will have a solid foundation for research, application, or evaluation of in situ bioremediation in the future.
A secondary goal was to provide in situ measurements that could be used to aid
interpretations of ocean color remote sensing ... 3.5 PROFILING FLOATS Over
the last few years, the ARGO program has begun to seed the world's oceans with
Author: Richard L. Miller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book provides extensive insight on remote sensing of coastal waters from aircraft and space-based platforms. The primary focus of the book is optical remote sensing using passive instruments, to measure and analyze the coastal aquatic environment. The authors have gathered information from a variety of sources, to help non-specialists grasp new techniques and technology, to quickly produce useful data