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LCC

Known as: Lcc-win32, Little C compiler, LccWin32 
LCC ("Local C Compiler" or "Little C Compiler") is a small, retargetable compiler for the ANSI C programming language. Although its source code is… 
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2018
2018
A new control method for a line-commutated converter-based (LCC) high-voltage direct-current (HVdc) system is presented and… 
2013
2013
  • P. Adam, J. Kowal
  • 15th European Conference on Power Electronics and…
  • 2013
  • Corpus ID: 16634298
This paper gives first a brief history of the development studies of the Mediterranean transmission grid, and a brief summary of… 
Highly Cited
2012
Highly Cited
2012
The impact of a voltage source converter-based HVDC (VSC-HVDC) infeed on a line-commutated converter-based HVDC infeed (LCC-HVDC… 
2010
2010
  • R. Faulkner, R. Todd
  • IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies for an…
  • 2010
  • Corpus ID: 31665968
Elpipes are polymer-insulated underground HVDC power lines that use relatively rigid extruded conductors designed for higher… 
2009
2009
: To integrate offshore wind power, a hybrid high-voltage DC (HVDC) system consisting of the self-blocking modular multilevel… 
Highly Cited
2008
Highly Cited
2008
An integrated life-cycle assessment and life-cycle cost analysis model was developed and applied to enhance the sustainability of… 
Review
2008
Review
2008
................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Thesis declaration................................................................................................................................................. 4 Acknowledgements............................................................................................................................................... 5 Chapter 1. Low-carbohydrate diets and nutritional primitivism: an introduction............................................ 8 Primitivism, food studies and low-carbohydrate dieting: a literature review ......................................................................... 12 Low-carbohydrate diets and health............................................................................................................................ 20 Thesis outline....................................................................................................................................................... 25 Chapter 2. Low-carbohydrate diets in social and scientific context................................................................ 27 Tracing the recent low-carbohydrate trend ................................................................................................................... 28 Contested definitions .............................................................................................................................................. 32 Health and safety debates ....................................................................................................................................... 37 Chapter 3. Studying low-carbohydrate discourse: diet books and their readers ............................................ 42 Reading low-carbohydrate diet books ......................................................................................................................... 42 Interviewing low-carbohydrate dieters ......................................................................................................................... 48 Chapter 4. The natural / unnatural binary in low-carbohydrate dieting ........................................................ 55 Whole food / refined carbohydrate: a defining dichotomy................................................................................................ 59 Unrefined food and moral virtue............................................................................................................................... 67 Low-carbohydrate dieters and the natural / unnatural binary ........................................................................................ 74 Chapter 5. Nostalgia, authenticity and tradition in low-carbohydrate discourse........................................... 82 Nutritional nostalgia ............................................................................................................................................. 83 The authentic ethnic .............................................................................................................................................. 89 Dieters’ accounts: family traditions and ethnic food....................................................................................................... 94 Chapter 6. Neo-Darwinism and genetic determinism in low-carbohydrate theory ..................................... 102 Evolutionary nutrition ......................................................................................................................................... 104 The thrifty gene hypothesis..................................................................................................................................... 113 Chapter 7. Indigenous nutritional research in Protein Power ....................................................................... 124 The North American Inuit................................................................................................................................... 124 Aboriginal Australians ....................................................................................................................................... 127 Chapter 8. Low-carbohydrate dieters and nutritional primitivism ................................................................ 143 ‘I sat down and read it and it all made sense’............................................................................................................ 143 ‘I can see that all of this is an hypothesis’ ................................................................................................................. 147 ‘We can’t go back a hundred million years’ .............................................................................................................. 150 Chapter 9. Summary and conclusions ............................................................................................................. 158 Appendix. Ethics submission .......................................................................................................................... 163 Bibliography...................................................................................................................................................... 180 
2005
2005
Experiments were conducted using ASTM standard methods to determine the medium density fiberboard (MDF) expansion properties and… 
Highly Cited
2003
Highly Cited
2003
We have determined the δ18O and δ13C values of azooxanthellate (Lophelia pertusa) and zooxanthellate (Porites lutea) corals at a…