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High impedance faults (HIFs) on distribution systems create unique challenges for the protection engineer. HIFs that occur do not produce enough fault current to be detectable by conventional overcurrent relays or fuses. This report presents a brief synopsis of what has transpired to date. It is based heavily on the history and application of today's(More)
Wherever groups of people gather, norms for appropriate behavior emerge, and some people chose to violate those norms. What is an exercise of free speech to one person, to another is disruptive, harassing, racist, or worse. For groups that communicate online, a range of technical and social mechanisms are available to help create a climate conducive to(More)
In this study, we have synthesized six analogs of a trehalose-pentaethylenehexamine glycopolymer (Tr4) that contain (1A) adamantane, (1B) carboxy, (1C) alkynyl-oligoethyleneamine, (1D) azido trehalose, (1E) octyl, or (1F) oligoethyleneamine end groups and evaluated the effects of polymer end group chemistry on the ability of these systems to bind, compact,(More)
Katz, Edward (Rutgers, The State University, New Brunswick, N. J.), Clarence R. Waldron, and Mary Lou Meloni. Role of valine and isoleucine as regulators of actinomycin peptide formation by Streptomyces chrysomallus. J. Bacteriol. 82:600-608. 1961-d-Valine is an effective inhibitor of actinomycin synthesis by Streptomyces chrysomallus; l-valine stimulates(More)
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