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Fri Mar 21 17:15:06 2014 UTCviaf-933322280.00Pumping stations : design and improvemed buildability and maintenance /0.400.93An Illustrated vocabulary, for the use of the deaf and dumb93332228lccn-n80050452Construction Industry Research and Information Associationnp-wharton, s tWharton, S., pMartin,, j j fraser$1963Winslow, J. J. Fraser-1963viaf-50251336Watt, Sholtonp-vanbuskirk, frank$j frankVanBuskirk, Frank(J. Frank)nc-st andrews presbyterian church fredericton n bSt. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Fredericton, N.B.)lccn-n84008141Iverson, Kenneth E.lccn-n82043273Fredericton (N.B.)lccn-n95096193Guptā, D.Watson, T. J.Glossaries, vocabularies, etcHistoryDiffusion processes--Mathematical modelsDiffusionComputer-assisted instructionMathematics--Study and teachingAPL (Computer program language)Deaf--EducationHearingElectronicsChemistry, InorganicPhysical organic chemistrySurfaces (Physics)Materials scienceEnglish languageTrenchless constructionPipelines--Design and constructionCivil engineeringChemistry, Physical and theoreticalPumping stations--Design and constructionOrganizational effectivenessHearing aidsSociologyDeaf--Means of communicationManagementEducationHuman services19111949195419571959196019621968197519831985198619871990199719982004582429530.415QD543172ocn029585186book19870.56Watson, T. JTrenchless construction for underground services133ocn059491033book19970.35Wharton, S. TPumping stations : design for improved buildability and maintenance+-+504926513532431ocn715935792book19680.90Iverson, Kenneth EThe role of computers in teaching21ocn056658658book20040.73Gupta, DDiffusion processes in advanced technological materialsInternationally recognized experts document diffusion processes and various other properties operative in advanced technological materials21ocn704167877book1998Wharton, S.TPumping stations : design and improvemed buildability and maintenance22ocn643393406book19860.47Watson, T. JManagement and managerial effectiveness : a basic model22ocn059676052book1949Watson, T.JA history of deaf education in Scotland 1760-1939History11ocn780365563art1954General Correspondence M - Z : 195411ocn606614215book19620.81Watson, Thomas JThe use of residual hearing in the education of deaf children11ocn218652674book19750.47Kobayashi, HisashiOn Discrete-Time Processes in a Packetized Communication SystemIn the analysis of a packetized communication system such as a slotted ALOHA, one needs to deal with discrete-time point processes and related queues. We examine how Poisson processes, M/M/1 queue, M/G/infinity, etc., should be translated in their discrete-time versions. We then give a new definition of processor-sharing and its properties. Correlation functions of input and output processes in an M/G/infinity are also studied. (Author)11ocn270531262artGeneral Correspondence V - W : 196211ocn270530768artGeneral Correspondence V - W : Sep. 1960 - Jan. 196111ocn270530952book1960Social and General Supplementary Correspondence W : 196011ocn270529280book1957Social & General Supplementary Correspondence W : 195711ocn270528524artGeneral Correspondence V - W : Nov. 1958 - May 195911ocn644027181book18570.93Watson, T. JAn Illustrated vocabulary, for the use of the deaf and dumbGlossaries, vocabularies, etc11ocn227668171book1985Cracking Resistance in a 4.5-Inch (114-mm) Plate of 7075-T7351 Aluminum AlloyAfter an anodizing treatment, peculiarities were observed in the appearance of structural components for the Space Shuttle, thought to be indicative of flaws in the Al-7075-T7351 material. Consequently, work was undertaken to explore structural integrity aspects of this material as well as the nature of any material defects. The material contains a number of macro- and microstructural inhomogeneities which could be classed as defects or potential crack-like defects. viz. stringers of brittle constituent particles, shrinkage cavities, and in one instance, a long line of sponge-like porosity. Nonetheless, uniaxial strength level was found to exceed design requirements. Similarly, results for cracking resistance- in terms of fracture toughness, fatigue crack growth rates (DA/DN) and rotating-beam fatigue life (S/N), appear to meet or exceed handbook levels. However, the very largest defects are so infrequently observed that their presence in the crack-tip process zone of an individual fracture mechanics specimen is something less than likely. The unusual macroappearance of anodized components may be attributable to entrapment of anodizing solution by microshrinkage cavities and/or microcracks along constituent particle stringer interfaces, with subsequent seepage and staining adjacent to these and/or other flaws11ocn270529400artGeneral Correspondence V - W : 195711ocn270531102artGeneral Correspondence V - W : Feb. 1961 - Dec. 196111ocn270530368bookSocial and General Supplementary Correspondence W : 1958+-+5049265135324+-+5049265135324Fri Mar 21 15:44:09 EDT 2014batch9447