Wolfgang Lucas

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A number of living primates feed part-year on seemingly hard food objects as a fallback. We ask here how hardness can be quantified and how this can help understand primate feeding ecology. We report a simple indentation methodology for quantifying hardness , elastic modulus, and toughness in the sense that materials scientists would define them. Suggested(More)
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The lightning impulse voltage calibrators, developed at NML and MIKES-HUT, and a recently developed commercial digitiser were compared. With this three-way comparison, not only the accuracies of the devices were compared, but also the linearity of both peak voltage and time parameters of the devices was investigated. The results demonstrated that the(More)
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