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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-9615-8.ch046Published Date2020-01-01JournalSustainable Business, 2020-01-01
Communication is the sharing of information between individuals or groups to reach common understanding or goals. Ensuring effective and efficient communication is important when dealing with complex structures such as a nuclear power generation environment. This calls for a need for partnership and dialogue between major stakeholders in government, industry, employees, and the public at large. Even though communication can alarm people to seek safety, it can be used to calm employees as well…
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ID29665410Published Date2018-06-01JournalMechanisms of development, 2018-06-01, Volume 151
The Retinal homeobox gene (Rx; also Rax) plays a crucial role in the early development of the vertebrate eye. Germline deletion of Rx in mice results in the failure of optic vesicle formation, leading to anophthalmia. Recent research using conditional mouse knockout models provides some clues to the role of Rx in eye development following optic vesicle formation. However, the functions of Rx in embryonic retinogenesis are still not fully understood. We investigated the function of Rx in the m…
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ID19044913Published Date2008-09-14JournalThe Journal of chemical physics, 2008-09-14, Volume 129
The rotational barriers of B(2)L(4) (where L = F, OH, NH(2), CH(3), and H) were investigated with respect to the hyperconjugation and steric effects at the levels of RHF, MP2, and B3LYP using a basis set of 6-311G(d,p). At all levels of theory, the LBBL dihedral angle of the minimum energy conformation was found to increase with decreasing electronegativity of the atom bonded to boron. The L substituents that possess no lone pairs have greater steric exchange energy, destabilizing the planar …
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Award Number8904193Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date1989-05-15Expiration Date1990-10-31Funding Amount$8,443
This project is to develop rate models of material behavior applicable to large deformations such as occur in structures made of rubber. The objective is to simultaneously model creep and relaxation at large deformations. An example problem will be solved in order to evaluate the ramifications of simultaneously considering large deformations and rate effects.
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-4666-7320-5.ch005JournalLean Six Sigma Approaches in Manufacturing, Services, and Production
Communication is the sharing of information between individuals or groups to reach common understanding or goals. Ensuring effective and efficient communication is important when dealing with complex structures such as a nuclear power generation environment. This calls for a need for partnership and dialogue between major stakeholders in government, industry, employees, and the public at large. Even though communication can alarm people to seek safety, it can be used to calm employees as well…
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Award Number70Y8097Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationExpiration Date1972-02-01Funding Amount$6,100
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-4666-7320-5.ch008JournalLean Six Sigma Approaches in Manufacturing, Services, and Production
Disaster events, such as September 11, 2001, Hurricane Katrina, and the Southeast Asian Tsunami, have taught America and the world the importance of preparing for emergency response to a disaster that may arise from natural disasters or man-made disasters. Decisions regarding emergency response often rely on incomplete information and imprecise data, whereas responsive measures to disasters must be efficient in time and effective in accuracy to minimize possible loss of lives and properties. …
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Award Number70Y7086Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationExpiration Date1972-01-01Funding Amount$2,000
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Award Number5904896Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date1959-01-01Expiration Date1962-01-01Funding Amount$17,500
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Award Number5904895Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date1959-01-01Expiration Date1960-01-01Funding Amount$3,400
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