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Updated 7/06/11 Section Numbers Course Type Instructional Method Site Code/Campus  

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Courses CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. CLN CON TWY WEB WEB WEB RD1, RD2, RD3 IND,CON,PRA CON,IND,NCM CON, IND, HYB, THS, HYB WEB WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. NCM TWY

Karsai, Istvan

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Friction stir welding and processing has come a long way since the heady days of the pioneering work done at TWI in Cambridge some two decades ago. The FSWP 2010 conference held in Lille,  

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Editorial Friction stir welding and processing has come a long way since the heady days dealt with welding are included in this special issue of STWJ. All of these papers went through assessment,3 it was emphasised that there is a difficulty in defining what constitutes a good weld when

Cambridge, University of

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Department of African Languages and Literature University of Wisconsin-Madison  

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throughout Ghana and along the eastern border of Côte d'Ivoire. Understanding Akan (Twi) grants access, and fluency in Akan (Twi) itself is sought by government agencies and interna onal non-governmental organiza

Scharer, John E.

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Revised 11/02/10 Section Numbers Course Type Instructional Method Site Code/Campus  

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WEB WEB WEB RD1, RD2, RD3 IND,CON,PRA CON,IND,NCM CON, IND, HYB, THS, HYB WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. WEB WEB TWY WEB CON, HYB, IND, PRA, THS, etc. NCM TWY WEB 23M Hospital Site or 23M 23M 23M 23M

Karsai, Istvan

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Gene 199 (1997) 3137 A leech homolog of twist: evidence for its inheritance as  

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. Like twist, Hro- twi contains CAX-rich stretches: three stretches 5 to the b-HLH and one located 3

Weisblat, David A.

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Friday, February 22nd, 2013 11:00 am Seminar  

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temperature thermoelectrics: With global energy consumption approaching 50 TW/y, new power generation strategies are needed to meet the demand. Waste heat is an abundant source that is underutilized as an energy resource. Thermoelectric (TE) technology provides direct conversion of heat to electric power by utilizing

Lin, Qiao

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Masatsu kakuhan setsugo "Friction Stir Welding Complete aspects of FSW" Japan Welding Society  

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Masatsu kakuhan setsugo ­ "Friction Stir Welding ­ Complete aspects of FSW" Japan Welding Society years ago that the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) method was proposed by TWI. Because FSW is a solid state welding method, the peak temperature reached during FSW welding is lower than the traditional welding

Cambridge, University of

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TWRI Briefs  

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topic pages on funding Texas water, innovative water conservation technologies and management strategies, and the institute at scoop.it/u/texas-water-resources-institute. You can also follow topics on Texas water sustain- ability and drought... management; best management practices evaluation; Texas watershed assessment, planning and restoration; and water resources training and education at scoop.it/u/Texas-Water. #27;e institute also tweets about water events, research and news at twi#22;er...

2013-01-01T23:59:59.000Z

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Two-way Immersion Bilingual Programs in Texas  

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was able to identify 63 two-way programs in 32 school districts in Texas for the 2000-2001 academic year. Reported from our current 2002 study are the baseline data that lay the groundwork for more comprehensive evaluations of two-way (dual language...) programs in Texas. The Texas Two-Way Consortium and the Bilingual Program at Texas A&M University sponsored an online survey to identify all the TWI programs in Texas in the 2001-2002 school year (http://texastwoway.org). The primary purpose of our...

Galloway, Martha; Lara-Alecio, Rafael; Irby, Beverly J.; Rodriguez, Linda; Gomez, Leo

2010-10-22T23:59:59.000Z

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Loading and pre-loading processes generate a distinct siRNA population in Tetrahymena  

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Highlights: The Tetrahymena Argonaute protein Twi1p binds to ?2830-nt siRNAs called scnRNAs. The size of scnRNAs is determined during a pre-loading process. The 5? uracil bias of scnRNAs is attributed to pre-loading and loading processes. The thermodynamic asymmetry of scnRNA duplex doesnot affect the guide strand decision. scnRNAs may be produced non-sequentially from dsRNA substrates by Dicer. -- Abstract: The various properties of small RNAs, such as length, terminal nucleotide, thermodynamic asymmetry and duplex mismatches, can impact their sorting into different Argonaute proteins in diverse eukaryotes. The developmentally regulated 26- to 32-nt siRNAs (scnRNAs) are loaded to the Argonaute protein Twi1p and display a strong bias for uracil at the 5? end. In this study, we used deep sequencing to analyze loaded and unloaded populations of scnRNAs. We show that the size of the scnRNA is determined during a pre-loading process, whereas their 5? uracil bias is attributed to both pre-loading and loading processes. We also demonstrate that scnRNAs have a strong bias for adenine at the third base from the 3? terminus, suggesting that most scnRNAs are direct Dicer products. Furthermore, we show that the thermodynamic asymmetry of the scnRNA duplex does not affect the guide and passenger strand decision. Finally, we show that scnRNAs frequently have templated uracil at the last base without a strong bias for adenine at the second base indicating non-sequential production of scnRNAs from substrates. These findings provide a biochemical basis for the varying attributes of scnRNAs, which should help improve our understanding of the production and turnover of scnRNAs in vivo.

Mochizuki, Kazufumi, E-mail: kazufumi.mochizuki@imba.oeaw.ac.at; Kurth, Henriette M.

2013-07-05T23:59:59.000Z

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Prediction of failure behavior of a welded pressure vessel containing flaws during a hydrogen-charged burst test  

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An industry-government collaborative program was carried out with an aim to promoting the acceptance of fracture mechanics based fitness-for-service assessment methodology for a service-damaged pressure vessel. A collaborative round robin exercise was carried out to predict the fracture behavior of a vessel containing hydrogen damage, fabrication related lack-of-fusion defects, an artificially induced fatigue crack and a localized thinned area. The fracture assessment procedures used include the US ASME Material Property Council`s PREFIS Program based on the British Standard (BS) Published Document (PD) 6493, ASME Section XI and The Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) R6 approach; The welding Institute (TWI) CRACKWISE program (based on BS PD6493 Level 2 approach), a variant of the R6 approach, J-tearing instability approaches, various J-estimation schemes, LEFM approach and simplified stress analysis. Assessments were compared with the results obtained from a hydrogen charged burst test of the vessel. Predictions, based on the J-tearing approach, compared well with the actual burst test results. Actual burst pressure was about five times the operating pressure.

Bhuyan, G.S. [Powertech Labs. Inc., Surrey, British Columbia (Canada); Sperling, E.J. [Amoco Corp., Naperville, IL (United States); Shen, G. [CANMET, Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). Metals Technology Labs.; Yin, H. [Mobil Research and Development Corp., Farmers Branch, TX (United States); Rana, M.D. [Praxair, Inc., Tonawanda, NY (United States)

1996-12-01T23:59:59.000Z

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Prediction of failure behavior of a welded pressure vessel containing flaws during a hydrogen-charged burst test  

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An industry-government collaborative program was carried out with an aim to promoting the acceptance of fracture mechanics-based fitness-for-service assessment methodology for a service-damaged pressure vessel. A collaborative round robin exercise was carried out to predict the fracture behavior of a vessel containing hydrogen damage, fabrication-related lack-of-fusion defects, an artificially induced fatigue crack, and a localized thinned area. The fracture assessment procedures used include the US ASME Material Property Council`s PREFIS Program based on the British Standard (BS) Published Document (PD) 6493, ASME Section XI and The Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) R6 approach, The Welding Institute (TWI) CRACKWISE program (based on BS PD6493 Level 2 approach), a variant of the R6 approach, J-tearing instability approaches, various J-estimation schemes, LEFM approach, and simplified stress analysis. Assessments were compared with the results obtained from a hydrogen-charged burst test of the vessel. Predictions, based on the J-tearing approach, compared well with the actual burst test results. Actual burst pressure was about five times the operating pressure.

Bhuyan, G.S. [Powertech Labs Inc., Surrey, British Columbia (Canada); Sperling, E.J. [BP-Amoco, Calgary, Alberta (Canada); Shen, G. [CANMET, Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). Metals Technology Labs.; Yin, H. [Mobil Technology Co., Dallas, TX (United States); Rana, M.D. [Praxair, Inc., Tonawanda, NY (United States)

1999-08-01T23:59:59.000Z