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EXPERIENCE WITH THE USE OF METHYLCELLULOSE AS A VISCOUS PORE FLUID IN CENTRIFUGE MODELS. TECHNICAL NOTE
Pore fluids having viscosity greater than water are sometimes used in geotechnical centrifuge model tests to more accurately satisfy the scaling laws relating to movement of pore fluid through theExpand
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Gravitational Experiments in the Laboratory
1. Introduction 2. The linear oscillator driven by thermal noise and with electrical damping 3. External sources of noise, and design of experiments 4. The weak principle of equivalence 5.Expand
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Supernova 2006V in UGC 6510
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Improving cephalogram analysis through feature subimage extraction.
An MLP with a GA was proposed to extract feature subimages containing orthodontic landmarks. Simulated images and cephalograms were used to investigate its performance in comparison with theExpand
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Parameter estimation of excitation systems from sampled data
The parameter estimation of excitation systems using a proposed indirect stochastic method is presented. In this method, the discrete-time ARMA model corresponding to each block of the excitationExpand
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An experimental test of the inverse square law of gravitation at range of 0.1 m
Theories attempting to unify gravitation with other interactions of Nature assume that the gravitational force arises from the exchange of particles. Several authors have predicted deviations,Expand
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[One year follow-up study of the recovery of adrenal insufficiency induced by formulated herb drugs].
Previous studies have found that taking formulated herb drugs may reduce the serum cortisol level which may result in an adrenal insufficiency. We suspect that this effect is induced byExpand
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Solitary wave in a Burridge-Knopoff model with slip-dependent friction as a clue to understanding the mechanism of the self-healing slip pulse in an earthquake rupture process
Abstract. A one-dimensional Burridge-Knopoff spring-block model with slip-dependent friction was studied to explore the possibility of a solitary wave solution existing for the problem of earthquakeExpand
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Mathematical behaviour around the stationary point of a gravitational ring
Abstract The gravitational field of a thick ring is calculated and found to have a saddle point on the axis. The implication for experiments on gravitation are pointed out.
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