Arthur Clark

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A slug test behaves as a harmonic oscillator, subject to both inertial effects and viscous damping. When viscous and inertial forces are closely balanced, the system is nearly critically damped, and water-level recovery is affected by inertial effects, but does not exhibit oscillation. These effects were investigated by use of type curves, generated both by(More)
A 52-year-old right-handed man was referred to a neu-rologist for assessment of isolated progressive cognitive decline , which was significant enough for him to take early retirement. He had a remote history of headaches but no mood disorder and no family history of stroke, dementia or migraine. Assessment revealed a subcorti-cal dementia with deficits in(More)
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