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An Improved Hydrodynamic Model for Open Wet Transmission Clutches
A mathematical model describing the hydrodynamics of the flow within a disengaged wet transmission clutch is presented. The primary improvement of this model over the existing ones is the inclusionExpand
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Patterns and Causes of Resistance to Tree Invasion in Rights‐of‐Way
This study was designed to identify the critical life-history stages and ecological processes responsible for variation in rates of tree invasion in utility rights-of-way in the Hudson Valley of NewExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF SOILS AND MICROCLIMATE ON VEGETATION OF FORESTED SLOPES IN EASTERN KENTUCKY
Soils, microclimate, and vegetation differed greatly between two contrasting northeast- and southwest-facing slopes in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky. Silt loam Shelocta soils hadExpand
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EFFECT OF OZONATION ON ODOR AND THE CONCENTRATION OF ODOROUS ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN AIR IN A SWINE HOUSING FACILITY
This study reports the effect of ozone on odor thresholds and the concentration of selected odorous organic compounds in a swine housing facility. This study was conducted in four rooms that eachExpand
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Many to flower, few to fruit: the reproductive biology of Hamamelis virginiana (Hamamelidaceae).
Hamamelis virginiana flowers from late September to late November. In 1977, we began studying the reproductive biology of this eastern North American arborescent shrub by examining floral phenologyExpand
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Distribution and dynamics of two ferns: Dennstaedtia punctilobula (Dennstaedtiaceae) and Thelypteris noveboracensis (Thelypteridaceae) in a Northeast mixed hardwoods-hemlock forest.
Dennstaedtia punctilobula and Thelypteris noveboracensis are two native species that often arrest forest succession and reduce understory diversity. As part of a project to examine the feedbackExpand
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Different Iron ages : studies on the Iron age in temperate Europe
This volume contains fourteen studies providing new perspectives on and material concerning the Iron Age in temperate Europe. Contributors include: P S Wells (The La Tene Period in Germany); TExpand
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The angular distribution of energetic electron and X‐ray emissions from triggered lightning leaders
[1] We investigate individual X-ray bursts from lightning leaders to determine if energetic electrons at the source (and hence X-rays) are emitted isotropically or with some degree of anisotropy.Expand
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