Shawn Kenny

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SUMMARY The element of control in modern anaesthesia is of special value in ophthalmology, where smooth operating conditions and a trouble-free respiratory period are obligatory. While this feature is of value in controlling bleeding, eye movements, and squeezing, the ability to control intra-ocular tension is of special significance. During operation(More)
Long-term large deformation geohazards can impose excessive deformation on a buried pipeline. The ground dis­ placement field may initiate pipeline deformation mechanisms that exceed design acceptance criteria with respect to service­ ability requirements or ultimate limit states. The conventional engineering approach to define the mechanical performance of(More)
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