related research in all areas of science and engineering. The Magnet Lab is supported by the National the lab's high-performance magnet systems most often engineered and built in-house are cherished#12;4fIELD wORK By Kristen Coyne Magnet research push goes global. In This Issue Volume 2: Issue 1
Kay, Mark A.
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Carson, Robert; Wente, Wendy H.; Hill, Milton
ap- plication delivery of GIS biological resource data.ntegrating a N atural R esource GIS W ith F ield O perationsa Geographic Information System (GIS) of sensitive natural
-Kellogg was awarded a cont~act to double the capacity of the Alkylation Umt and determined quite early in the engineering phase of the program that the cooling tower ~as Indeed a weak link in the process. To yIeld the projected quantity of increased p~oduct. 10...
Bott, Charles Patrick
of the complex- ity of the model. The remaining task is to observe the model's accuracy through Table 1. Reactor Accident Thermal Hydraulic Codes computer code dc& eli&ping countrl I'ield equations ATHLET MODl E SMAHRE CATHARE 2 V 1 3E NOTRUMP TRAC-PF l...
Atkins, I. M.
'Calculated ~ield based on years grown. *Check varieties used to calculate comparable data. TABLE 12. YIELDS OF FALL-SOWN WHEAT VARIETIES AT MT. PLEASANT "AND OVERTON, 1955-68 Mt. Pleasant Overton Variety 1955 1963 1968 Frisco I
Beek, Joachim Michael
1986) Joachim Michael Reek, B. S. , Texas AlkH Univer sit, y Chair of Advisor y Committee: Dr. D. H. Allen This thesis reviews three theories for prediction of inelastic defor mation which are based on considerations of the microstr uctural.... . . . 90 . . . 95 . . 102 COMPARISON OF THEORY TQ EXPERIMENT . 107 Qualitative Review of Predictive Capabilities. . . . . . 107 Review of Integration Technique . . 109 Compar i son of' Numer ical Pr edf. cti one to Exper imerrt . . 110 SUMMARY...
Reynolds, E. B.
of phosphoric acid per acre (80-40-0) gave better than other fertilizers on Beaumont clay, Lake Charles clay and Lake Charles clay loam, and ommended for these soils. The use of 40-40-20 is recommended for Katy fine sandy loam. could h !-ield. he app... Pa el .......................................................... Lake Charles Clay 17 .............................................. Lake Charles Clay Loam 17 ................................................ Katy Fine Sandy Loam 17...
is in the process of being resolved, there are serious problems looming large, mainly contributed by the quantity and nature of the wastes that the capital produces every day. It accounts for 400 tonnes of solid wastes a day, with no culture of recycling industries... and deer of the forest stray and vagrant things? What of the old serpent who cannot shed his skin, and calls all others naked and shameless? And of him who comes early to the wedding- feast, and when over-fed and tired goes his way saying that all feasts...
Mannan, A. K. M. Abdul
(BAGG) 'broth of Hajna (16); the Ethyl Violet Sodium Azide (EVA) medium of Litsky, Nallmann and Fii'ield (22); the Thallous Acetate broth of' Barnes (7); and. KF streptococcus (KF) broth (21). Solid, media include the enterococcus confirmatory (EC.... They stated that these compounds were not produced by E. coli. EXPZR~ PBOCEDUBE 1. (a) The KF Streptococcus (KF) broth oi' Kenner et al. (21), the confirmatory Ethyl violet Aside (EVA) broth of Litsky et al. (22) and KF agar oi' (21) were used f' or i...
Cook, John Henry
General descri tion 14 Rainfall and eva oration Ground water Surface water Runoff Floods ~ua I i t Surface water reservoirs 15 15 15 15 16 17 18 ~ti t td 20 Com uter ro rams 22 Partial duration - inde endent low flow events ro ram 22 Data... cards Card I Card 11 Card 111 and 111. 1 Flow data cards Bod of the ro ram 23 24 24 25 25 25 25 30 Reservoir ield ro ram 34 t d t 4O VI Bod of the ro ram 41 ~ft t 46 Red River Basin 47 General descri tion 47 Rainfall and eva oration...
Echols, Walter Harlan
of Deyartnsnh or Stndszk kdriser) LIBRARY A A M COLLESE OF TEXAS USE OF OIL EHULSICM 1%D Ig THE SIVELL8 HEEB FIEKB GAS AHD Gkg COHDENSkTE OPERATIOES FOR THE IEMPEMDEHT PRODUCER Prior Pah1Leatione Accepted in Id. su of Thesis HALTER HARLAN ECHOLS I I I..., Iuc, printed in USA 2 USE OP OIL-EMULSION MUD IN THE SIVELLS BEND I&IELD sand fields in North Texas indicate that they are rather consistently of the dis- solved gas-drive type, resulting in short flowing lives, comparatively long pumping lives...
?and criticisms, bo&h in writing the rcport and during the f'ield The assistance of. the per. . onnel of the Institvfo de Geologia is gratefully acknowledged. Ing. Rodo3 fo Cruz, Biologist Armando Ortega. , Oceano3 ogisi Armando Lecuanda and Mr. Antonio.... Lu ' s Burgos, Mr, d s ri er Osornio and Mr. Esteban Monroy of the Departm-. !&t of C. r- tography of the Inst. itvto de Geologia, for drafting ass. istance Thanks are fvrt'her extended to Mlles. Susana Benav'des an 1 L ta Flame, . dez for typing...
Curtis, Geo. W. (George Washington)
, plat ,3;. ,- number 8, top and leaf fodder sample from plat 4. Results forthe present year, 1891, rnay be briefly stated in tabular form as follows: EFFECT ON QUANT JORN. Yield per acre in n. IELD OF ( shelled cor ,AT 1. PLAT 2. PLfir o. Tops... of protein content, it we rate good top fodder at $9.00 per ton-its usual selling price in this locality-we should rate tops and leaves together at about $9.65 Tops, only, taken from Plat 1. 11.377 2.655 27.580 41.936 8.175 8.475 Leaves, on1 . tak...
Livingston, Stephen; Coffman, Cloyce G.; Unruh, L. G.
tial for chlorosis when grown on high- ese hybrids lack the ability to fully specif_ied and the iron should be determined by atomic absorption or a method that best indicates available iron in production f_ields. The ICAP (Inductive Coupled Argon Plasma...) method of analysis is prone to evaluate some of the iron on the clay structure as well as suspended iron. Therefore, adequate (but false) values are sometimes reported. One way to avoid this problem is to air-dry the samples instead of oven-drying them...
Cogburn, Robert Ray
Ta perature of 95 Fo ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a s v ~ ~ ~ ~ o ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6q Larval Dsvelopnont of the Oarden &ebeuna at 8O Fa ~ e ~ a ~ ~ ~ 37 prevalenoe of Tnstara Amonp Oarden '4ebwona Larvae of 'bosn Ages Reared Under %Coral Qondit1JRs... applied to Jgggg~i ggggLLgg~gg (Walk. ). Riley also ob- served that in tines of great abandonee, ths garden vebvorn aigrated in large Insabsrs fron field to i'ield. The nese "srvyvom" is sonstines applied to the insect bsoauss of this habit hut the nese...
expansion were determined as constants. A simple finite element model was then analyzed to verify the suit- ability of the code for prediction of restrained shrinkage stress fields. Cree Com lienee Test A series of constant load isothermal creep tests... was judged to be suitable for prediction of shrinkage stress f ields. 0 m ~/0 ? Q ? Beam Bending Theory ? O ? Finite Element Method U o m m a 40 60 Time, min eo 100 120 Figure 8. Vertical deflection at midspan of four point bending test...
Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization
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Hart, Charles R.
grows along caliche roadsid es and on caliche oil f ield pad si tes. Soil-applied herbi- cid es do not w ork w ell in such ar eas b ecaus e the s oil inf ilt r a t ion r a tes ar e ext r emely slow and the caliche binds the herbicid e (making i t less a..., Director , T exas Cooperative Extension, The T exas A&M University System. 1M, New Biolog y and Management Af rican rue grows in many t y p es of s o il, including alkaline and saline s oils. I t spr eads r apidly into dis turb ed ar eas , roadsid e...
Friess, H.; Yadigaroglu, G. [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
An idealized lattice structure is considered of multilayer aerosol deposits, where every particle at the deposit surface is associated with a resuspension rate constant depending on a statistically distributed particle parameter and on flow conditions. The response of this generic model is represented by a set of integrodifferential equations. As a first application of the general formalism, the behavior of Fromentin's multilayer model is analyzed, and the model parameters are adapted to experimental data. In addition, improved relations between model parameters and physical input parameters are proposed. As a second application, a method is proposed for building multilayer models by using resuspension rate constants of existing monolayer models. The method is illustrated by a sample of monolayer data resulting from the model of Reeks, Reed, and Hall. Also discussed is the error to be expected if a monolayer resuspension model, which works well for thin aerosol deposits, is applied to thick deposits under the classical monolayer assumption that all deposited particles interact with the fluid at all times.