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11—A STUDY OF YARN TORQUE AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FIBRE TENSILE STRESS IN THE YARN PART I: THEORETICAL ANALYSIS
The torque generated during yarn-twisting is considered to have three components, due, respectively, to fibre torsion, fibre-bending, and the internal fibre tensile and compressive stresses within… Expand
Ale, Beer and Brewsters in England: Women's Work in a Changing World, 1300-1600
Women in the Medieval English Countryside: Gender and Household in Brigstock Before the Plague
- J. Bennett
- 23 January 1988
In this book, Judith Bennett addresses the gap in our knowledge of medieval country women by examining how their lives differed from those of rural men. Drawing on her study of an English manor in… Expand
Medieval Europe: A Short History
The early Middle Ages - the birth of Europe the high Middle Ages - the flowing of medieval culture the late Middle Ages - the ordeal of transition.
Managing land application of coal seam water: A field study of land amendment irrigation using saline-sodic and alkaline water on a Red Vertisol.
- J. Bennett, A. Marchuk, S. Raine, S. A. Dalzell, D. Macfarlane
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Journal of environmental management
- 15 December 2016
Coal seam (CS) gas operations coproduce water with gas from confined CS aquifers. This CS water represents a potential agricultural resource if the water is able to be chemically amended to comply… Expand
Sisters and workers in the Middle Ages
- J. Bennett
Focusing on medieval women with a wide range of occupations and life-styles, the interdisciplinary essays in this collection examine women's activities within the patriarchal structures of the time.… Expand
Singlewomen in the European Past, 1250-1800
Highlights the important minority of women who never married and addresses the critical matter of differences among women from the perspective of marital status.
Application of psychometric standards to scoring system evaluation: is "new" necessarily "improved"?
- P. Fastenau, J. Bennett, N. Denburg
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of clinical and experimental…
- 1 June 1996
Psychometric guidelines are suggested that expand the evaluation of scoring systems beyond the most frequently (and often singly) considered criterion, that of interrater reliability. Principles of… Expand
The Oxford handbook of women and gender in medieval Europe
GENDERED THINKING LOOKING THROUGH THE LAW DOMESTIC LIVES LAND, LABOR, ECONOMY BODIES, PLEASURES, DESIRES ENGENDERING CHRISTIAN HOLINESS TURNING POINTS AND PLACES