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Call number:TP968.L36::1985 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Adhesives technology handbook
Author(s): Arthur H Landrock
Date:1985
Publisher:Park Ridge, N.J. : Noyes Publications
Size:444 p
Contents:Definition of Terms
Joint Design and Design of Criteria
Surface Preparation of Adherends
Adhesive Types and Their Properties and Applications
Adhesives for Specific Adherends
The Adhesive Bonding Process
Solvent Cementing of Plastics
Effects of Environment on Durability of Adhesive Joints
Quality Control
Test Methods
Standard Specifications and Test Methods
applications of Adhesive Bonding
Sources of Information
ISBN:0815510403
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Title:The Art of Progressive Censoring [electronic resource] : Applications to Reliability and Quality
Author(s): N Balakrishnan
Erhard Cramer
Date:2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Birkhuser
Size:1 online resource
Note:This monograph offers a thorough and updated guide to the theory and methods of progressive censoring, an area that has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. Progressive censoring, originally proposed in the 1950s, is anefficient method of h andling samples from industrial experiments involving lifetimes of units that have either failed or censored in a progressive fashion during the life test, with many practical applications to reliability andquality. Key topics and features: Data sets from the literature as well as newly simulated data sets are used to illustrate concepts throughout the text Emphasis on real-life applications to life testing, reliability, and qualitycontrol Discussion of parametric and nonparametric inference Coverage of e xperimental design with optimal progressive censoring The Art of Progressive Censoring is a valuable reference for graduate students, researchers, andpractitioners in applied statistics, quality control, life testing, and reliability. With its accessible style and concrete examples, the work may also be used as a textbook in advanced undergraduate orbeginning graduate courses oncensoring or progressive censoring, as well as a supplementary textbook for a course on ordered data
Contents:Part I: Distribution Theory and Models
Progressive censoring: Data and models
Progressive Type
II censoring: Distribution theory
Further distributional results on progressive Type
II censoring
Progressive Type
I censoring: Basic properties
Progressive hybrid censoring: Distributions and properties
Adaptive progressive Type
II censoring and related models
Moments of progressively Type
II censored order statistics
Simulation of progressively censored order statistics
Information Measures
Progressive Type
II censoring under non
standard conditions
Part II: Inferen
ISBN:9780817648077
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Keywords: Statistics , Mathematics , Distribution (Probability theory) , Mathematical statistics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2006-9780387301075:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Data Monitoring in Clinical Trials [electronic resource] : A Case Studies Approach
Author(s): David L DeMets
Curt D Furberg
Lawrence M Friedman
Date:2006
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer US
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Note:Randomized clinical trials are the gold standard for establishing many clinical practice guidelines and are central to evidence based medicine. Obtaining the best evidence through clinical trials must be done within the boundariesof rigorous science and ethical principles. One fundamental principle is that trials should not continue longer than necessary to reach their objectives. Therefore, trials must be monitored for recruitment progress, quality of data,adherence to patient care or prevention sta ndards, and early evidence of benefit or harm. Frequently, a group of external experts, independent from the investigators and trial sponsor, is charged with this monitoring responsibility,especially for safety and early benefit. This group is referred to by various names, such as a data monitoring committee or a data and safety monitoring board. This book, through a series of case studies presented by many distinguishedclinical trial experts, illustrates the complexity of this monitoring process. The edi tors provide an overview of the process and a summary of a multitude of the lessons learned from the cases presented. This book should be useful toanyone serving on a data and safety monitoring board, or planning to do so, for colleagues in academia, indu stry and governmental agencies, and for teaching students in biostatistics, epidemiology, clinical trials and medical ethics.No other text has as extensive a collection of cases which provide insight into the many issues, often conflicting, that must be e xamined before recommendations to continue or discontinue a trial can be made. While depth in statisticalmethods is not required, some familiarity with statistical design and analysis issues in clinical trials is helpful. The cases cover trials which were terminated early for convincing evidence of benefit, or for harmful effects. Caseswith complex issues are also included. This series of cases should provide broad background information for potential m
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Contents:From the contents: Assessing Possible Late Treatment Effects Early
The Diabetic Retinopathy Study Experience
Data and Safety Monitoring in the Beta
Blocker Heart Attack Trial
Early Experiences in Formal Monitoring Methods
Data Monitoring for the Aspirin Component of the Physicians Health Study
Importance of Secondary Outcomes
Early Termination of the Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation I Trial
Protecting Participant Interests in the Face of Scientific Uncertainties and the Cruel Play of Chance
Early Termination of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Methodolog
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Call number:SPRINGER-2005-9783540265771:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Handbook of Epidemiology [electronic resource]
Author(s): Wolfgang Ahrens
Iris Pigeot
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The Handbook of Epidemiology provides a comprehensive overview of the field and thus bridges the gap between standard textbooks of epidemiology and dispersed publications for specialists that have a narrowed focus on specificareas. It reviews the key issues and methodological approaches pertinent to the field for which the reader pursues an expatiated overview. It thus serves both as a first orientation for the interested reader and as a starting point foran in-depth study of a specific area as well as a quick reference and recapitulatory overview for the expert. The book includes topics that are usually missing in standard textbooks and that are only marginally represented in thespecific literature as well as innovative areas, e.g. molecular epidemi ology, ethical aspects, practical field work, health systems research, quality control, and good epidemiological practice. Each chapter is written by one or moreleading scientists and represents the state-of-the-art knowledge
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Contents:Section 1: Concepts and Methodological Approaches in Epidemiology
Section 2: Statistical Methods in Epidemiology
Section 3: Applications in Epidemiology
Section 4: Research Areas in Epidemiology
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Call number:SPRINGER-2005-9780817644253:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Analysis of Variance for Random Models [electronic resource] : Volume II: Unbalanced Data Theory, Methods, Applications, and Data Analysis
Author(s): Hardeo Sahai
Mario Miguel Ojeda
Date:2005
Publisher:Boston, MA : Birkhuser Boston
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Note:Analysis of variance (ANOVA) models have become widely used tools and play a fundamental role in much of the application of statistics today. In particular, ANOVA models involving random effects have found widespread applicationto experimental design in a variety of fields requiring measurements of variance, including agriculture, biology, animal breeding, applied genetics, econometrics, quality control, medicine, engineering, and social sciences. Thistwo-volume work is a comprehensive presentation o f different methods and techniques for point estimation, interval estimation, and tests of hypotheses for linear models involving random effects. Both Bayesian and repeated samplingprocedures are considered. Volume I examines models with balanced data (or thogonal models) Volume II studies models with unbalanced data (nonorthogonal models). Features and Topics: * Systematic treatment of the commonly employedcrossed and nested classification models used in analysis of variance designs * Detailed and thoroug h discussion of certain random effects models not commonly found in texts at the introductory or intermediate level * Numericalexamples to analyze data from a wide variety of disciplines * Many worked examples containing computer outputs from standard sof tware packages such as SAS, SPSS, and BMDP for each numerical example * Extensive exercise sets at the endof each chapter * Numerous appendices with background reference concepts, terms, and results * Balanced coverage of theory, methods, and practical ap plications * Complete citations of important and related works at the end of eachchapter, as well as an extensive general bibliography Accessible to readers with only a modest mathematical and statistical background, the work will appeal to a broad audien ce of students, researchers, and practitioners in themathematical, life, social, and engineering sciences. It may be used as a textbook in upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses, or as a refere
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Contents:Matrix Preliminaries and General Linear Model
Some General Methods for Making Inferences about Variance Components
One
Way Classification
Two
Way Crossed Classification without Interaction
Two
Way Crossed Classification with Interaction
Three
Way and Higher
Order Crossed Classifications
Two
Way Nested Classification
Three
Way Nested Classification
General r
Way Nested Classification
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Title:Measurement Theory for Engineers
Author(s): Ilya Gertsbakh
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (150 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-08583-7
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Mean and Standard Deviation -- 3 Comparing Means and Variances -- 4 Sources of Uncertainty: Process and Measurement Variability -- 5 Measurement Uncertainty: Error Propagation Formula -- 6 Calibration of
Measurement Instruments -- 7 Collaborative Studies -- 8 Measurements in Special Circumstances -- Answers and Solutions to Exercises -- Appendix A: Normal Distribution -- Appendix B: Quantiles of the Chi-Square Distribution -- Appendix
C: Critical Values of the F—distribution -- References
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Keywords: Mathematics , Probabilities , Physical measurements , Measurement , Statistics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Industrial engineering , Production engineering , Quality control , Reliability , Industrial safety , Mathematics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Industrial and Production Engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9780387217574:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Stochastic Modeling and Optimization With Applications in Queues, Finance, and Supply Chains
Author(s): David D Yao
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (468 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-0-387-21757-4
Contents:1 Discrete-time Singularly Perturbed Markov Chains -- 1.1 Singularly Perturbed Markov Chains -- 1.2 Asymptotic Expansions -- 1.3 Occupation Measures -- 1.4 Nonstationary Markov Chains and Applications -- 1.5 Notes and Remarks -- 1.6
References -- 2 Nearly Optimal Controls of Markovian Systems -- 2.1 Singularly Perturbed MDP -- 2.2 Hybrid LQG Control -- 2.3 Conclusions -- 2.4 References -- 3 Stochastic Approximation, with Applications -- 3.1 SA Algorithms -- 3.2
General Convergence Theorems by TS Method -- 3.3 Convergence Theorems Under State-Independent Conditions -- 3.4 Applications -- 3.5 Notes -- 3.6 References -- 4 Performance Potential Based Optimization and MDPs -- 4.1 Sensitivity
Analysis and Performance Potentials -- 4.2 Markov Decision Processes -- 4.3 Problems with Discounted Performance Criteria -- 4.4 Single Sample Path Based Implementations -- 4.5 Time Aggregation -- 4.6 Connections to Perturbation
Analysis -- 4.7 Application Examples -- 4.8 Notes -- 4.9 References -- 5 An Interior-Point Approach to Multi-Stage Stochastic Programming -- 5.1 Two-Stage Stochastic Linear Programming -- 5.2 A Case Study -- 5.3 Multiple Stage
Stochastic Programming -- 5.4 An Interior Point Method -- 5.5 Finding Search Directions -- 5.6 Model Diagnosis -- 5.7 Notes -- 5.8 References -- 6 A Brownian Model of Stochastic Processing Networks -- 6.1 Preliminaries -- 6.2
Stochastic Processing Network Model -- 6.3 Examples of Stochastic Processing Networks -- 6.4 Brownian Model for Stochastic Processing Network -- 6.5 Brownian Approximation via Strong Approximation -- 6.6 Notes -- 6.7 Appendix: Strong
Approximation vs. Heavy Traffic Approximation -- 6.8 References -- 7 Stability of General Processing Networks -- 7.1 Motivating Simulations -- 7.2 Open Processing Networks -- 7.3 Network and Fluid Model Equations -- 7.4 Connection
between Artificial and Standard Fluid Models -- 7.5 Examples of Stable Policies -- 7.6 Extensions -- 7.7 Appendix -- 7.8 Notes -- 7.9 References -- 8 Large Deviations, Long-Range Dependence, and Queues -- 8.1 Fractional Brownian Motion
and a Related Filter -- 8.2 Moderate Deviations for Sample-Path Processes -- 8.3 MDP for the Filtered Process -- 8.4 Queueing Applications: The Workload Process -- 8.5 Verifying the Key Assumptions -- 8.6 Notes -- 8.7 References -- 9
Markowitz’s World in Continuous Time, and Beyond -- 9.1 The Mean-Variance Portfolio Selection Model -- 9.2 A Stochastic LQ Control Approach -- 9.3 Efficient Frontier: Deterministic Market Parameters -- 9.4 Efficient Frontier: Random
Adaptive Market Parameters -- 9.5 Efficient Frontier: Markov-Modulated Market Parameters -- 9.6 Efficient Frontier: No Short Selling -- 9.7 Mean-Variance Hedging -- 9.8 Notes -- 9.9 References -- 10 Variance Minimization in Stochastic
Systems -- 10.1 Variance Minimization Problem -- 10.2 General Variance Minimization Problem -- 10.3 Variance Minimization in Dynamic Portfolio Selection -- 10.4 Variance Minimization in Dual Control -- 10.5 Notes -- 10.6 References --
11 A Markov Chain Method for Pricing Contingent Claims -- 11.1 The Markov Chain Pricing Method -- 11.2 The Black-Scholes (1973) Pricing Model -- 11.3 The GARCH Pricing Model -- 11.4 Valuing Exotic Options -- 11.5 Appendix: The
Conditional Expected Value of hT* and hT*2 -- 11.6 References -- 12 Stochastic Network Models and Optimization of a Hospital System -- 12.1 A Multi-Site Service Network Model -- 12.2 Patient Flow Management -- 12.3 Capacity Design --
12.4 Switching Costs and Quality of Service -- 12.5 Insights and Future Research Directions -- 12.6 Notes -- 12.7 References -- 13 Optimal Airline Booking Control with Cancellations -- 13.1 Preliminaries -- 13.2 The Minimum Acceptable
Fare and Threshold Control -- 13.3 Extensions of the Basic Model -- 13.4 Numerical Experiments -- 13.5 Notes -- 13.6 References -- 14 Information Revision and Decision Making in Supply Chain Management -- 14.1 Industrial Examples --
14.2 A Multi-Period, Two-Decision Model -- 14.3 A One-Period, Multi-Information Revision Model -- 14.4 Applications -- 14.5 Notes -- 14.6 References -- About the Contributors
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Keywords: Mathematics , Operations research , Decision making , Economics, Mathematical , Management science , Probabilities , Mathematics , Operations Research, Management Science , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Quantitative Finance , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
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Call number:SPRINGER-2001-9781447103493:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Control of Complex Systems
Author(s):
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (482 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4471-0349-3
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 Complex Systems and Control -- 1.2 Complex Engineering Systems -- 1.3 The Role of Feedback -- 1.4 Dynamics and Control -- 1.5 The Nature of Failures -- 1.6 Research Challenges -- 1.7 About the Book -- 2.
Modeling Complex Physical Systems -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Modelica Project -- 2.3 Composition Diagrams -- 2.4 Modelica Details -- 2.5 Non-causal Modeling -- 2.6 Advanced Modeling Features -- 2.7 Standard Libraries -- 2.8 Future
Development -- 2.9 Conclusions -- 3. Passivity-based Control of Non-linear Systems -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Passivity and Stability Analysis of Feedback Interconnections -- 3.3 Feedback Passivity and Stabilization -- 3.4
Euler-Lagrange Systems -- 3.5 Disturbance Attenuation and R oo Control -- 4. An Introduction to Forwarding -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 C1 Dissipative Systems -- 4.3 C1 Dis sipative Systems via Reduction or Extension -- 4.4 Exact Change
of Coordinates -- 4.5 Approximate Change of Coordinates -- 5. Iterative Identification and Control Design -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Youla Parametrization -- 5.3 A Generic Two-degree of Freedom Controller -- 5.4 Optimization of the
Generic Scheme -- 5.5 A New Closed-loop System Parametrization -- 5.6 Asymptotic Variances for K-B-Parametrization -- 5.7 Iterative Controller Refinement -- 5.8 Robustness and Sensitivity -- 5.9 Product Inequalities -- 6. Learning
Control of Complex Systems -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Model Structures for Learning -- 6.3 Control Structures for Learning -- 6.4 Learning Paradigms -- 6.5 A General Framework for On-line Learning -- 6.6 Validation -- 6.7 Conclusions
-- 7. Software for Complex Controllers -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 An Evolving Paradigm -- 7.3 Emerging Software Concepts -- 7.4 On to Standardization -- 7.5 Sample Complex Software Controllers -- 7.6 The Future of Software for Control
-- 8. Fault-tolerant Control Systems -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Basic Definitions -- 8.3 Analysis of Fault Propagation -- 8.4 Analysis of Structure -- 8.5 Recoverability -- 8.6 Autonomous Fault-tolerant Control -- 8.7 An Example: Ship
Propulsio -- 8.8 Summary -- 9. Fault Detection and Isolation -- 9.1 The Principle of Model-based Fault Diagnosis -- 9.2 Signal-based FDI Approach -- 9.3 Quantitative Model-based FDI Approach -- 9.4 Qualitative Model-based FDI Approach
-- 9.5 Summary -- 10. Residual Generation for FDI in Non-linear Systems -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Algebraic Approach -- 10.3 Geometric Approach -- 10.4 Conclusion -- 11. Predictive Methods for FTC -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2
Predictive Control -- 11.3 Embedding Fault Tolerance in Predictive Control -- 11.4 Model Adaptation and Management -- 11.5 Modifying Control Objectives -- 11.6 Current Industrial Practice -- 11.7 Conclusions -- 12. Three-tank Control
Reconfiguration -- 12.1 The Benchmark Problem -- 12.2 Reconfigurability Analysis -- 12.3 Reconfiguration Based on a Qualitative Model -- 12.4 A Hybrid Approach to Reconfigurable Control -- 12.5 A Multi-model-based Reconfigurable
Control -- 12.6 A Neural Observer-based Approach -- 12.7 Conclusions -- 13. Ship Propulsion Control and Reconfiguration -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Ship Propulsion System -- 13.3 Structural Analysis -- 13.4 Fault Detection: A Fuzzy
Observer Approach -- 13.5 Fault Detection: Non-linear Approach - 1 -- 13.6 Fault Detection: Non-linear Approach - 2 -- 13.7 Reconfiguration Using Software Redundancy -- 13.8 Reconfiguration Using Predictive Control -- 13.9 Summary and
Conclusions -- 14. Learning Control of Thermal Systems -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 On Thermal System Learning Control -- 14.3 Controlling Kiln Heat Processing -- 14.4 Controlling Reheat Furnace Processes -- 14.5 Hierarchical Control
for Quality Ceramic Tiles -- 14.6 Learning Control ofFBC Combustion -- 14.7 Conclusions and Future Research -- 15. Vibration Control of High-rise Buildings -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Energy and Information -- 15.3 Analytical
Mechanics and HRB Modelling -- 15.4 Disturbance Decoupling -- 15.5 Passivity Based Control -- 15.6 Engineering Constraints and Feedback -- 15.7 Feedback Control and Testing -- 15.8 Conclusions and Future Research -- 16. Control of
Helicopters -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Project History -- 16.3 The COSY Program -- 16.4 Hardware System -- 16.5 Software -- 16.6 Design of the Autopilot -- 16.7 Future Development -- 16.8 Conclusions -- 17. Satellite Attitude Control
-- 17.1 Introduction to the Attitude Control Problem -- 17.2 Fault-tolerant Control of the 0RSTED Satellite -- 17.3 Stabilization of the Angular Velocity of a Rigid Body -- 17.4 Optimal Slew Maneuvers via Geometric Control Theory --
17.5 Attitude Control using Magnetorquers as Sole Actuators -- 17.6 Predictive Attitude Control of Small Satellites -- 17.7 Attitude Determination without Sensor Redundancy -- 17.8 Summary -- Appendix A. List of Contributors --
Appendix B. List of Abbreviations -- References
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Title:Combustion Physical and Chemical Fundamentals, Modeling and Simulation, Experiments, Pollutant Formation
Author(s): Jürgen Warnatz
Date:1999
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (299 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-98027-5
Contents:1 Introduction, Fundamental Definitions and Phenomena -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Some Fundamental Definitions -- 1.3 Basic Flame Types -- 1.4 Exercises -- 2 Experimental Investigation of Flames -- 2.1 Velocity Measurements -- 2.2
Density Measurement -- 2.3 Concentration Measurements -- 2.4 Temperature Measurements -- 2.5 Pressure Measurements -- 2.6 Measurement of Particle Sizes -- 2.7 Simultaneous Diagnostics -- 2.8 Exercises -- 3 Mathematical Description of
Premixed Laminar Flat Flames -- 3.1 Conservation Equations for Laminar Flat Premixed Flames -- 3.2 Heat and Mass Transport -- 3.3 The Description of a Laminar Premixed Flat Flame Front -- 3.4 Exercises -- 4 Thermodynamics of Combustion
Processes -- 4.1 The First Law of Thermodynamics -- 4.2 Standard Enthalpies of Formation -- 4.3 Heat Capacities -- 4.4 The Second Law of Thermodynamics -- 4.5 The Third Law of Thermodynamics -- 4.6 Equilibrium Criteria and
Thermodynamic Variables -- 4.7 Equilibrium in Gas Mixtures Chemical Potential -- 4.8 Determination of Equilibrium Compositions in Gases -- 4.9 Determination of Adiabatic Flame Temoeratures -- 4.10 Tabulation of Thermodynamic Data --
4.11 Exercises -- 5 Transport Phenomena -- 5.1 A Simple Physical Model of the Transport Processes -- 5.2 Heat Conduction in Gases -- 5.3 Viscosity of Gases -- 5.4 Diffusion in Gases -- 5.5 Thermal Diffusion, Dufour Effect, and Pressure
Diffusion -- 5.6 Comparison with Experiments -- 5.7 Exercises -- 6 Chemical Kinetics -- 6.1 Rate Laws and Reaction Orders -- 6.2 Relation of Forward and Reverse Reactions -- 6.3 Elementary Reactions, Reaction Molecularity -- 6.4
Experimental Investigation of Elementarv Reactions -- 6.5 Temperature Dependence of Rate Coefficients -- 6.6 Pressure Dependence of Rate Coefficients -- 6.7 Surface Reactions -- 6.8 Exercises -- 7. Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.1
Characteristics of Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.2 Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.3 Stiffness of Ordinary Differential Equation Systems -- 7.4 Simplification of Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.5 Radical Chain Reactions -- 7.6 Exercises -- 8
Laminar Premixed Flames -- 8.1 Zeldovich’s Analysis of Flame Propagation -- 8.2 Numerical Solution of the Conservation Equations -- 8.3 Flame Structures -- 8.4 Flame Velocities -- 8.5 Sensitivity Analysis -- 8.6 Exercises -- 9 Laminar
Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.1 Counterflow Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.2 Laminar Jet Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.3 Nonpremixed Flames With Fast Chemistry -- 9.4 Exercises -- 10 Ignition Processes -- 10.1 Semenov’s Analysis of Thermal Explosions --
10.2 Frank-Kamenetskii’s Analysis of Thermal Explosions -- 10.3 Autoignition: Ignition Limits -- 10.4 Autoignition: Ignition-Delay Time -- 10.5 Induced Ignition, Minimum Ignition Energies -- 10.6 Spark Ignition -- 10.7 Detonations --
10.8 Exercises -- 11 The Navier-Stokes-Equations for Three-Dimensional Reacting Flows -- 11.1 The Conservation Equations -- 11.2 The Empirical Laws -- 11.3 Appendix: Some Definitions and Laws from Vector- and Tensor-Analysis -- 11.4
Exercises -- 12 Turbulent Reacting Flows -- 12.1 Some Fundamental Phenomena -- 12.2 Direct Numerical Simulation -- 12.3 Concepts for Turbulence Modeling: Probability Density Functions (PDFs) -- 12.4 Concepts for Turbulence Modeling:
Time- and Favre-Averaging -- 12.5 Averaged Conservation Equations -- 12.6 Turbulence Models -- 12.7 Mean Reaction Rates -- 12.8 Eddy-Break-Up-Models -- 12.9 Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) -- 12.10 Turbulent Scales -- 12.11 Exercises -- 13
Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames -- 13.1 Nonpremixed Flames with Equilibrium Chemistry -- 13.2 Finite-Rate Chemistry in Nonpremixed Flames -- 13.3 Flame Extinction -- 13.4 PDF-Simulations of Turbulent Non-Premixed Flames -- 13.5 Exercises
-- 14 Turbulent Premixed Flames -- 14.1 Classification of Turbulent Premixed Flames -- 14.2 Flamelet Models -- 14.3 Turbulent Flame Velocity -- 14.4 Flame Extinction -- 14.5 Other Models of Turbulent Premixed Combustion -- 14.6
Exercises -- 15 Combustion of Liquid and Solid Fuels -- 15.1 Droplet and Spray Combustion -- 15.2 Coal Combustion -- 16 Low-Temperature Oxidation, Engine Knock -- 16.1 Fundamental Phenomena -- 16.2 High-Temperature Oxidation -- 16.3
Low-Temperature Oxidation -- 16.4 Knock Damages -- 16.5 Exercises -- 17 Formation of Nitric Oxides -- 17.1 Thermal NO (Zeldovich-NO) -- 17.2 Prompt NO (Fenimore-NO) -- 17.3 NO Generated via Nitrous Oxide -- 17.4 Conversion of Fuel
Nitrogen into NO -- 17.5 NO Reduction by Combustion Modifications -- 17.6 Catalytic Combustion -- 17.7 NO-Reduction by Post-Combustion Processes -- 18 Formation of Hydrocarbons and Soot -- 18.1 Unburnt Hydrocarbons -- 18.2 Formation of
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) -- 18.3 The Phenomenology of Soot Formation -- 18.4 Modelling and Simulation of Soot Formation -- 19 References -- 20 Index
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Title:Combustion Physical and Chemical Fundamentals, Modelling and Simulation, Experiments, Pollutant Formation
Author(s): Jürgen Warnatz
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (265 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-97668-1
Contents:1 Introduction, Fundamental Definitions and Phenomena -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Some Fundamental Definitions -- 1.3 Basic Flame Types -- 1.4 Exercises -- 2 Experimental Investigation of Flames -- 2.1 Velocity Measurements -- 2.2
Density Measurement -- 2.3 Concentration Measurements -- 2.4 Temperature Measurements -- 2.5 Pressure Measurements -- 2.6 Measurement of Particle Sizes -- 2.7 Exercises -- 3 Mathematical Description of Laminar Flat Premixed Flames --
3.1 Conservation Equations for Laminar Flat Premixed Flames -- 3.2 Heat and Mass Transport -- 3.3 The Description of a Laminar Premixed Flat Flame Front -- 3.4 Exercises -- 4 Thermodynamics of Combustion Processes -- 4.1 The First Law
of Thermodynamics -- 4.2 Standard Enthalpies of Formation -- 4.3 Heat Capacities -- 4.4 The Second Law of Thermodynamics -- 4.5 The Third Law of Thermodynamics -- 4.6 Equilibrium Criteria and Thermodynamic Variables -- 4.7 Equilibrium
in Gas Mixtures Chemical Potential -- 4.8 Determination of Equilibrium Compositions in Gases -- 4.9 Determination of Adiabatic Flame Temperatures -- 4.10 Tabulation of Thermodynamic Data -- 4.11 Exercises -- 5 Transport Phenomena --
5.1 A Simple Physical Model of the Transport Processes -- 5.2 Heat Conduction in Gases -- 5.3 Viscosity of Gases -- 5.4 Diffusion in Gases -- 5.5 Thermal Diffusion, Dufour-Effect, and Pressure Diffusion -- 5.6 Comparison with
Experiments -- 5.7 Exercises -- 6 Chemical Kinetics -- 6.1 Rate Laws and Reaction Orders -- 6.2 Relation of Forward and Reverse Reactions -- 6.3 Elementary Reactions, Reaction Molecularity -- 6.4 Experimental Investigation of
Elementary Reactions -- 6.5 Temperature Dependence of Rate Coefficients -- 6.6 Pressure Dependence of Rate Coefficients -- 6.7 Surface Reactions -- 6.8 Exercises -- 7. Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.1 Characteristics of Reaction Mechanisms
-- 7.2 Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.3 Stiffness of Ordinary Differential Equation Systems -- 7.4 Simplification of Reaction Mechanisms -- 7.5 Radical Chain Reactions -- 7.6 Exercises -- 8 Laminar Premixed Flames -- 8.1
Zeldovich’s Analysis of Flame Propagation -- 8.2 Numerical Solution of the Conservation Equations -- 8.3 Flame Structures -- 8.4 Flame Velocities -- 8.5 Sensitivity Analysis -- 8.6 Exercises -- 9 Laminar Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.1
Coimterflow Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.2 Laminar Jet Nonpremixed Flames -- 9.3 Nonpremixed Flames With Fast Chemistry -- 9.4 Exercises -- 10 Ignition Processes -- 10.1 Semenov’s Analysis of Thermal Explosions -- 10.2 Frank-Kamenetskifs
Analysis of Thermal Explosions -- 10.3 Autoignition: Ignition Limits -- 10.4 Autoignition: Ignition-Delay Time -- 10.5 Induced Ignition, Minimum Ignition Energies -- 10.6 Spark Ignition -- 10.7 Detonations -- 10.8 Exercises -- 11 The
Navier-Stokes-Equations for Three-Dimensional Reacting Flows -- 11.1 The Conservation Equations -- 11.2 The Empirical Laws -- 11.3 Appendix: Some Definitions and Laws from Vector- and Tensor-Analysis -- 11.4 Exercises -- 12 Turbulent
Reacting Flows -- 12.1 Some Fundamental Phenomena -- 12.2 Direct Numerical Simulation -- 12.3 Concepts for Turbulence Modeling: Probability Density Functions (PDFs) -- 12.4 Concepts for Turbulence Modeling: Time- and Favre-Averaging --
12.5 Averaged Conservation Equations -- 12.6 Turbulence Models -- 12.7 Mean Reaction Rates -- 12.8 Eddy-Break-Up-Models -- 12.9 Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) -- 12.10 Turbulent Scales -- 12.11 Exercises -- 13 Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames
-- 13.1 Nonpremixed Flames with Equilibrium Chemistry -- 13.2 Finite-Rate Chemistry in Nonpremixed Flames -- 13.3 Flame Extinction -- 13.4 PDF-Simulations of Turbulent Non-Premixed Flames -- 13.5 Exercises -- 14 Turbulent Premixed
Flames -- 14.1 Classification of Turbulent Premixed Flames -- 14.2 Flamelet Models -- 14.3 Turbulent Flame Velocity -- 14.4 Flame Extinction -- 14.5 Other Models of Turbulent Premixed Combustion -- 14.6 Exercises -- 15 Combustion of
Liquid and Solid Fuels -- 15.1 Droplet and Spray Combustion -- 15.2 Coal Combustion -- 16 Engine Knock -- 16.1 Fundamental Phenomena -- 16.2 High Temperature Oxidation -- 16.3 Low Temperature Oxidation -- 16.4 Knock Damages -- 16.5
Exercises -- 17 Formation of Nitric Oxides -- 17.1 Thermal NO (Zeldovich-NO) -- 17.2 Prompt NO (Fenimore-NO) -- 17.3 NO Generated via Nitrous Oxide -- 17.4 Conversion of Fuel Nitrogen into NO -- 17.5 NO Reduction by Primary Methods --
17.6 NO-Reduction by Secondary Methods -- 18 Formation of Hydrocarbons and Soot -- 18.1 Unburnt Hydrocarbons -- 18.2 Formation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) -- 18.3 The Phenomenology of Soot Formation -- 18.4 Modelling and
Simulation of Soot Formation -- 19 References -- 20 Keyword Index
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Title:New Approaches in Classification and Data Analysis
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (693 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-51175-2
Contents:Classification and Clustering: Problems for the Future -- From classifications to cognitive categorization: the example of the road lexicon -- A review of graphical methods in Japan—from histogram to dynamic display -- New Data and
New Tools: A Hypermedia Environment for Navigating Statistical Knowledge in Data Science -- On the logical necessity and priority of a monothetic conception of class, and on the consequent inadequacy of polythetic accounts of category
and categorization -- Research and Applications of Quantification Methods in East Asian Countries -- Algorithms for a geometrical P.C.A. with the L1-norm -- Comparison of hierarchical classifications -- On quadripolar Robinson
dissimilarity matrices -- An Ordered Set Approach to Neutral Consensus Functions -- From Apresjan Hierarchies and Bandelt-Dress Weak hierarchies to Quasi-hierarchies -- Spanning trees and average linkage clustering -- Adjustments of
tree metrics based on minimum spanning trees -- The complexity of the median procedure for binary trees -- A multivariate analysis of a series of variety trials with special reference to classification of varieties -- Quality control
of mixture. Application: The grass -- Mixture Analysis with Noisy Data -- Locally optimal tests on spatial clustering -- Choosing the Number of Clusters, Subset Selection of Variables, and Outlier Detection in the Standard
Mixture-Model Cluster Analysis -- An examination of procedures for determining the number of clusters in a data set -- The gap test: an optimal method for determining the number of natural classes in cluster analysis -- Mode detection
and valley seeking by binary morphological analysis of connectivity for pattern classification -- Interactive Class Classification Using Types -- K-means clustering in a low-dimensional Euclidean space -- Complexity relaxation of
dynamic programming for cluster analysis -- Partitioning Problems in Cluster Analysis: A Review of Mathematical Programming Approaches -- Clusters and factors: neural algorithms for a novel representation of huge and highly
multidimensional data sets -- Graphs and structural similarities -- A generalisation of the diameter criterion for clustering -- Percolation and multimodal data structuring -- Classification and Discrimination Techniques Applied to the
Early Detection of Business Failure -- Recursive Partition and Symbolic Data Analysis -- Interpretation Tools For Generalized Discriminant Analysis -- Inference about rejected cases in discriminant analysis -- Structure Learning of
Bayesian Networks by Genetic Algorithms -- On the representation of observational data used for classification and identification of natural objects -- Alternative strategies and CATANOVA testing in two-stage binary segmentation --
Alignment, Comparison and Consensus of Molecular Sequences -- An Empirical Evaluation of Consensus Rules for Molecular Sequences -- A Probabilistic Approach To Identifying Consensus In Molecular Sequences -- Applications of Distance
Geometry to Molecular Conformation -- Classification of aligned biological sequences -- Use of Pyramids in Symbolic Data Analysis -- Proximity Coefficients between Boolean symbolic objects -- Conceptual Clustering in Structured
Domains: A Theory Guided Approach -- Automatic Aid to Symbolic Cluster Interpretation -- Symbolic Clustering Algorithms using Similarity and Dissimilarity Measures -- Feature Selection for Symbolic Data Classification -- Towards
extraction method of knowledge founded by symbolic objects -- One Method of Classification based on an Analysis of the Structural Relationship between Independent Variables -- The Integration of Neural Networks with Symbolic Knowledge
Processing -- Ordering of Fuzzy k-Partitions -- On the Extension of Probability Theory and Statistics to the Handling of Fuzzy Data -- Fuzzy Regression -- Clustering and Aggregation of Fuzzy Preference Data: Agreement vs. Information
-- Rough Classification with Valued Closeness Relation -- Representing proximities by network models -- An Eigenvector Algorithm to Fit lp-Distance Matrices -- A non linear approach to Non Symmetrical Data Analysis -- An Algorithmic
Approach to Bilinear Models for Two-Way Contingency Tables -- New Approaches Based on Rankings in Sensory Evaluation -- Estimating failure times distributions from censored systems arranged in series -- Calibration Used as a
Nonresponse Adjustment -- Least Squares Smoothers and Additive Decomposition -- High Dimensional Representations and Information Retrieval -- Experiments of Textual Data Analysis at Electricité de France -- Conception of a Data
Supervisor in the Prospect of Piloting Management Quality of Service and Marketing -- Discriminant Analysis Using Textual Data -- Recent Developments in Case Based Reasoning: Improvements of Similarity Measures -- Contiguity in
discriminant factorial analysis for image clustering -- Exploratory and Confirmatory Discrete Multivariate Analysis in a Probabilistic Approach for Studying the Regional Distribution of Aids in Angola -- Factor Analysis of Medical
Image Sequences (FAMIS): Fundamental principles and applications -- Multifractal Segmentation of Medical Images -- The Human Organism—a Place to Thrive for the Immuno-Deficiency Virus -- Comparability and usefulness of newer and
classical data analysis techniques. Application in medical domain classification -- The Classification of IRAS Point Sources -- Astronomical classification of the Hipparcos input catalogue -- Group identification and individual
assignation of stars from kinematical and luminosity parameters -- Specific numerical and symbolic analysis of chronological series in view to classification of long period variable stars -- Author and Subject Index
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Keywords: Probabilities , Biomathematics , Statistics , Economic theory , Econometrics , Economics , Economic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods , Econometrics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Statistics for Business/Economics/Mathematical Finance/Insurance , Physiological, Cellular and Medical Topics , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences
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Title:Counting for Something Statistical Principles and Personalities
Author(s): William S Peters
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (275 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-4638-1
Contents:1 Statistics—The Word -- Descriptive Statistics -- Inferential Statistics -- References -- 2 Distributions -- The Frequency Distribution -- Summary Measures -- Graphs -- References -- 3 Special Averages -- Index Numbers -- Some
History -- The Harmonic Mean -- Averaging Time Rates -- Simpson’s Paradox -- References -- 4 Making Comparisons -- Comparing Observations -- Standard Scores -- Comparing Variables -- Median and Quartiles -- Boxplots -- Ordinal Data --
The Dollar Scale -- References -- 5 Probability -- Laplaoe’s Principles of Probability -- Counting the Ways -- Poker Hands -- The Birthday Problem -- Probability in Court -- Which Question Was That? -- References -- 6 Craps and
Binomial -- Probabilities for Craps -- The Binomial Distribution -- Inference from the Binomial -- Interval Estimates -- References -- 7 Horsekicks, Deadly Quarrels, and Flying Bombs -- The Poisson Distribution -- The Exponential
Distribution -- A Problem of Authorship -- References -- 8 Normal Distribution -- The Standard Normal Distribution -- Probability Distribution of the Sample Mean -- Process Control Chart -- The Central Limit Theorem -- References -- 9
Political Arithmetic -- Beginnings in England -- America to 1790 -- The United States, 1790–1900 -- Statistics and Social Issues -- 1900–1950 -- Since 1950 -- References -- 10 Regression and Correlation -- The Regression Line --
Variation from Regression -- Correlation and Gallon -- References -- 11 Karl Pearson -- Karl Pearson—to 1901 -- Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Test -- Karl Pearson—from 1901 -- References -- 12 Pearson to Cosset to Fisher -- William S.
Gosset (Student) -- Ronald A. Fisher -- Using the t-Distribution -- References -- 13 More Regression -- Standard Error of the Regression Coefficient -- Transformations -- Multiple Regression and Correlation -- History and Applications
-- References -- 14 R. A. Fisher -- The Analysis of Variance -- R. A. Fisher—from 1925 -- Experimental Design -- Postscript -- References -- 15 Sampling: Polls and Surveys -- Proportions -- Coefficient of Variation -- Random Numbers --
Sampling Methods -- Election Polls -- Estimating Sample Size -- A National Sample -- References -- 16 Quality Control -- Quality Control to 1930 -- Sampling Inspection -- The 1930s -- QC Goes to War -- Sequential Sampling -- Post-World
War and Today -- References -- 17 Principal Components and Factor Analysis -- The Principal Component -- General Intelligence -- Criticism -- Ways of Life—An Example -- Factor Rotation -- Semantic Analysis of the Ways -- A
Three-Dimensional Map -- References -- 18 Jerzy Neyman -- E. S. Pearson to Gosset to Neyman -- Neyman-Pearson Tests -- The Power of a Test -- Confidence Intervals -- Statistical Issues and Personalities of the 1930s -- Neyman in
America -- References -- 19 The Bayesian Bandwagon -- Utility -- Utility After Bernoulli -- Bayes’ Theorem -- The Value of Information -- Break-Even Problems -- Bayesian Estimation—The Newsboy Problem -- Subjective Probability --
Assessing Subjective Probabilities -- Bayesian Statistics -- References -- 20 Observational Studies and Program Evaluation -- The Language of Cause -- Rival Explanations -- Analytical Control -- Auto Death Rates and Safety Inspections
-- Systems of Relationships -- Discriminant Analysis -- A Discriminant Analysis of Selection Factors -- Evaluation and Controlled Experimentation -- References -- 21 Nonparametrics and Robust Methods -- The Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test --
Robustness and Student’s t -- Robust Estimation -- The Jacknife -- Exploratory Data Analysis -- References -- 22 Statistics—A Summing Up -- References -- List of Names
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Title:Ion Implantation: Equipment and Techniques Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Berchtesgaden, Fed. Rep. of Germany, September 13–17, 1982
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (558 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-69156-0
Contents:I Ion Implanters -- Physical Limitations of Ion Implantation Equipment (With 16 Figures) -- A New Ion Implanter for Solar-Cell Fabrication (With 7 Figures) -- SURIM – A Westinghouse Surface Implantation Machine (With 8 Figures) -- A
New Research Implanter at the University of Surrey (With 4 Figures) -- Radio Frequency Ion Accelerator (With 6 Figures) -- II Ion Sources -- Performance of the Bethge-Baumann Ion Source with Radio Frequency Operation (With 1 Figures)
-- Emittance Measurements on an Indirectly Heated Heavy-Ion Source (With 3 Figures) -- A High-Brightness Duoplasmatron Ion Source (With 2 Figures) -- Optimization of a Single-Aperture Extraction System for High-Current Ion Sources
(With 9 Figures) -- Development of a High-Current Ion Source for Non-Volatile Elements (With 5 Figures) -- The Use of Computers for Designing and Testing Ion Beam Systems (With 23 Figures) -- Multipole Ion Source for Ion Implantation
and Isotope Separation (With 5 Figures) -- An Ion Source for Semiconductor Implantation (With 7 Figures) -- III Implanter Subsystems -- High Throughput Wafer Handling System for Serial Process Ion Implantation (With 13 Figures) --
Comparison of Beam Scanning Systems (With 16 Figures) -- A Low-Internal-Resistance and High-Precision High-Voltage Power Supply (With 5 Figures) -- Electrostatic Switch Used for 600 kV Ion Implanter (With 6 Figures) -- Automatic Wafer
Handling for a Mechanically Scanned Ion Implanter (With 3 Figures) -- On-Line Control of Production Ion Implanters Using Standard Desk Computers (With 3 Figures) -- A Forty-Channel Optical-Fiber Telecommunication System for
Manipulation of High-Voltage Terminals in Ion Implanters (With 3 Figures) -- Low-Cost Analog Signal Fiber Link with 300 kV Isolation (With 3 Figures) -- Improvements in the Vacuum System of a VDG Accelerator Used for Clean Ion
Implantation (With 3 Figures) -- IV Special Implantation Techniques -- High Temperature Implantation of Powders Using a Horizontal Ion Beam (With 2 Figures) -- A Technique for Implanting Dopant Distributions in Solids (With 5 Figures)
-- Wafer Cooling and Photoresist Masking Problems in Ion Implantation (With 18 Figures) -- Electron-Beam-Induced Recoil Implantation in Semiconductors at 300 K (With 10 Figures) -- Wafer Cooling in Ion Implantation (With 8 Figures) --
A Rotating Attenuator for Concentration Profiling of Implanted Helium Ions (With 6 Figures) -- V Ion Beam Lithography -- Ion-Beam Lithography (With 11 Figures) -- Development Characteristics of Ga+ Exposed PMMA and Associated
Lithographic Resolution Limits (With 5 Figures) -- Simulation of the Lithographic Properties of Ion-Beam Resists (With 6 Figures) -- Deposition of Masking Films by Ion-Beam Induced Polymerization (With 4 Figures) -- VI Measuring
Techniques -- Dosimetry and Beam Quality (With 21 Figures) -- A New Facility for Ion Beam Surface Analysis (With 6 Figures) -- Non-Destructive Techniques for Measuring the Parameters of Low-Energy Continuous Ion Beams (With 5 Figures)
-- Investigation of the Lifetime of Photocurrent Carriers in Si During Ion Implantation (With 5 Figures) -- A Mössbauer Spectrometer for in situ Low Temperature Studies of Ion-Bombarded Metals (With 4 Figures) -- Background in (n, p)
and (n, ?) Spectrometry (With 6 Figures) -- Monitoring of X-Y-Scan Quality by Amorphization Contrast on Silicon Wafers (With 4 Figures) -- VII Implantation into Metals -- Techniques and Equipment for Implantation into Metals (With 7
Figures) -- Nitriding of Steels: Conventional Processes and Ion Implantation (With 5 Figures) -- Effect of Ion Mixing on the Wear Behaviour of Silver (With 4 Figures) -- Methods to Control Target Heating During Ion Implantation (With 5
Figures) -- VIII Implantation into Semiconductors -- New Applications of Ion Implantation in Silicon Processing (With 14 Figures) -- Limitations of Ion Implantation in MOS Technology (With 13 Figures) -- Implant Processes for Bipolar
Product Manufacturing and Their Effects on Device Yield (With 16 Figures) -- Buried Silicon-Nitride Layers Formed by Nitrogen-Ion Implantation and High-Temperature Annealing (With 5 Figures) -- Combined Boron and Aluminum Implantation
for High-Voltage Devices (With 4 Figures) -- Deep Implanted Layers of Boron in Silicon (With 5 Figures) -- Planar Channelling of Si Implants in GaAs (With 4 Figures) -- Application of High-Current Ion-Implantation Systems in
Semiconductor Device Technology (With 6 Figures) -- Implantation Doping of Germanium with Be, Mg, Zn, and B Ions (With 7 Figures) -- Low Energy Implantation of Nitrogen and Ammonia into Silicon (With 12 Figures) -- Doping Behavior of
Implanted Magnesium in Silicon (With 11 Figures) -- IX Transient Annealing -- Beam Annealing of Ion-Implanted Silicon (With 16 Figures) -- Radiation Annealing of Silicon-Implanted GaAs with a CW Xe Arc Lamp (With 7 Figures) --
Pulse-Laser-Induced Epitaxial Regrowth of Ion-Implanted Semiconductors (With 15 Figures) -- CO2 Laser Annealing of Ion-Implanted Silicon: Relaxation Characteristics of Metastable Concentrations (With 6 Figures) -- Rapid Isothermal
Annealing for Semiconductor Applications: Aspects of Equipment Design (With 5 Figures) -- Investigation of Polysilicon Implantation Under Thermal and Laser Annealing (With 8 Figures) -- CW-CO2-Laser Alloying of Au-Ge-Ni Ohmic Contacts
on GaAs (With 7 Figures) -- Photoluminescence of Ion-Implanted Gallium Arsenide After Laser Annealing (With 7 Figures) -- Channeling and High-Resolution Backscattering Studies of Laser-Annealed Low-Energy Arsenic-Implanted Silicon
(With 8 Figures) -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Crystallography , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Crystallography , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:Technical drawings - Edges of undefined shape - vocabulary and indications
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Publisher:[British] Standards policy and strategy committee
Note:ISO 13715 Second ed. 2000-06-15
Note:British Standard BS ISO 13715:2000
Series:International Standard: ISO 13715:2000(E)
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