Dynamic behaviour

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  • Rawson and Tupper's Basic Ship Theory, first published in 1968, is widely known as the standard introductory text for naval architecture students, as well as being a useful reference for the more experienced designer. The fifth edition continues to provide a balance between theory and practice. Volume 2 expands on the material in Volume 1, covering the dynamics behaviour of marine vehicles, hydrodynamics, manoeuvrability and seakeeping. It concludes with some case studies of particular ship types and a discussion of maritime design.

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  • Berkhout (2005) argues that the source of pressures on each corner of the Innovation Triangle differs. Pressure on abatement tends to come from the environmental authori- ties; pressures on process changes come from competitors and customers; whereas pres- sures on products come from consumers and pressure groups. Moreover, changes in one corner of the Innovation Triangle affect changes in both other corners through dynamic interlinkages (depicted by the arrows in Fig. 2).

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  • Heteronuclear NMR relaxation measurements and hydro-gen exchange data have been used to characterize protein dynamics in the presence or absence of stabilizing solutes from hyperthermophiles. Rubredoxin from Desulfovibrio gigaswas selected as a model protein and the effect of diglycerol phosphate on its dynamic behaviour was studied. The presence of 100 mMdiglycerol phosphate induces a fourfold increase in the half-life for thermal denaturation ofD.

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  • Chapter 18 - Employment relationship and career dynamics. In this chapter you will learn: discuss the different types of psychological contract, identify three types of trust in organisational settings, discuss the employment trends of employability and casual work, discuss the two primary functions of organisational socialisation, describe the stages of organisational socialisation, explain how realistic job previews and socialisation agents assist the socialisation process, describe the main features of holland’s theory of occupational choice,...

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  • In recent years, parallel kinematics mechanisms have attracted a lot of attention from the academic and industrial communities due to potential applications not only as robot manipulators but also as machine tools. Generally, the criteria used to compare the performance of traditional serial robots and parallel robots are the workspace, the ratio between the payload and the robot mass, accuracy, and dynamic behaviour.

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  • Recent major earthquakes around the world have shown the vulnerability of infrastructure and the need for research to better understand the nature of seismic events and their effects on structures. As a result, earthquake engineering research has been expanding as more and more data become available from a large array of seismic instruments, large scale experiments and numerical simulations.

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  • Since the primitive beginnings of operative surgery, surgeons have had a need to work with assistance, even if it was, in those early times, merely for the purposes of physical restraint. As surgical and anaesthetic practice became more sophisticated, so were the tasks becoming more complex and the demand on the surgical team ever increasing.

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  • Since the primitive beginnings of operative surgery, surgeons have had a need to work with assistance, even if it was, in those early times, merely for the purposes of physical restraint. As surgical and anaesthetic practice became more sophisticated, so were the tasks becoming more complex and the demand on the surgical team ever increasing.

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  • Chaos and the quantum mechanical behaviour of classically chaotic systems have been attracting increasing attention. Initially, there was perhaps more emphasis on the theoretical side, but this is now being backed up by experimental work to an increasing extent. The words 'Quantum Chaos' are often used these days, usually with an undertone of unease, the reason being that, in contrast to classical chaos, quantum chaos is ill defined; some authors say it is non-existent. So, why is it that an increasing number of physicists are devoting their efforts to a subject so fuzzily defined?...

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  • Poklonski et al. Nanoscale Research Letters 2011, 6:216 http://www.nanoscalereslett.

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  • In Chapter 8 we introduced transmission-line laser modelling (TMLM). In this chapter, TLLM will be modified to allow the study of dynamic behaviour of distributed feedback laser diodes, in particular the effects of multiple phase shifts on the overall DFB LD performance. We can easily model any arbitrary phase-shift value by inserting some phaseshifter stubs into the scattering matrices of TLLM. This helps to make the electric field distribution and hence light intensity of DFB LDs more uniform along the laser cavity and hence minimise the hole burning effect. ...

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  • The present text concerns the micro-level (particle-level) perspective on the different stages of the granulation process. A range of the newest and advanced quantitative models is presented hereby introducing recent advances in wetting and nucleation modelling, and theory describing granule growth behaviour. The different bonding mechanisms and the strength of liquid bonded particles are emphasised and recent advances in simulation of wet granule breakage is reviewed.

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  • In both industrial fermenters and in their natural habitats, microorganisms often experience an inhomogeneous and fluctuating environment. In this paper we mimicked one aspect of this nonideal behaviour by imposing a low and oscillating extracellular glucose concentration on nonoscillating suspensions of yeast cells. The extracellular dynamics changed the intracel-lular dynamics – which was monitored through NADH fluorescence – from steady to equally dynamic; the latter followed the extracellular dynamics at the frequency of glucose pulsing....

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  • Flavoproteins are ubiquitous redox proteins that are involved in many biological processes.In the majority of flavoproteins, the flavin cofactor is tightlybut noncovalently bound.Reversible dissociation of flavoproteins into apo-proteinandflavinprostheticgroupyields valuable insights in flavoprotein folding, functionandmechanism.Replacement of the natural cofactorwithartificial flavins has proved tobe especially useful for the determination of the solvent acces-sibility, polarity, reaction stereochemistry and dynamic behaviour of flavoprotein active sites....

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  • Summative evaluation focusses on programs that are already underway or completed. It investigates the effects of the program, both intended and unintended. It seeks to answer the questions “Did the program make a difference?”(impact evaluation) and “Did the program meet its stated goals and objectives?”(outcome evaluation). In its most rigorous form the design of an outcome evaluation can become very complex in order to rule out any other plausible explanations for the results.

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  • After completing this unit, you should be able to: define teams; distinguish departmental teams from team-based organisations; explain why virtual teams are becoming more common; outline the model of team effectiveness; identify six organisational and team environmental elements that influence team effectiveness; explain the influence of the team’s task, composition and size on team effectiveness; describe the five stages of team development; identify four factors that shape team norms; list six factors that influence team cohesiveness; discuss the limitations of teams.

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  • This book is an introduction to game theory from a mathematical perspective. It is intended to be a first course for undergraduate students of mathematics, but I also hope that it will contain something of interest to advanced students or researchers in biology and economics who often encounter the basics of game theory informally via relevant applications. In view of the intended audience, the examples used in this book are generally abstract problems so that the reader is not forced to learn a great deal of a subject – either biology or economics – that may be unfamiliar.

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  • The scientific literature suggests that the best unit to assess ecosystems is the 'socio-ecological system (SES)' (Gallopin, 1991, Glaser, 2008). SES integrates ecosystem functions and dynamics as well as human activities and the interactions of all these. The SES is equivalent to the SNA's institutional unit. Considering the production of ecosystem services, and in particular provisioning services, SESs are more or less homogenous.

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  • At this level we need a model with two components and one constraint. The constraint is the ability to take into account the nonlinearities in the ináation and the term structure dynamics, a usual empirical fact in past studies and a possible outcome of the creation of the ECB. The Örst component is intended to identify the long-term perception of monetary policy by private agents.

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  • Organisational Behaviour This unit helps managers to understand the dynamics of individual and group behaviour in organisations, and how different forms of organisational structure and leadership can influence that behaviour. It enhances managers’ ability to understand attitudes and to predict, explain and control behaviour in organisations. The unit links conceptual tools and experiential activities to understanding organisations and managing the change process.

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