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Richard Pyle
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Radiometric Potassium grid of SMMSP - MagSpec - Honeysuckle Creek, Vic, 2001 survey

Geophysical Acquisition And Processing Section
This rV0907k.nc grid includes airborne-derived Radiometric Potassium data for the SMMSP - MagSpec - Honeysuckle Creek, Vic, 2001 survey acquired for the geological survey of VIC

THE IMPORTANCE OF USING SUUNTO ELECTRONIC SYSTEM FOR MONITORING TRAINING, IN PREPARATION OF SPORTSMEN PRACTICING SHOOTING, SAMPLE AIR RIFLE 10M MEN

Serban Catalin & Tifrea Corina
This paperwork would like to emphasize the importance of using SUUNTO electronic system for monitoring training, in the assessment of general and specific training effort, sample Air Rifle 10m 60 shots Men. In the branch of shooting sport, in Romania, the SUUNTO electronic system for monitoring training was used for the first time by athlete Alin George Moldoveanu, Olympic champion - London 2012, sample Air Rifle 10m Men, competitive year 2011 -2012. This system allows...

Dataset supporting the Paper titled: "Applications of Energy-Driven Computing: A Transiently-Powered Wireless Cycle Computer"

Uvis Senkans, Domenico Balsamo, Theodoros Verykios & Geoffrey Merrett
Experimental data obtained from the transielty-powered wireless cycle computer. Data used in paper titled "Applications of Energy-Driven Computing: A Transiently-Powered Wireless Cycle Computer", accepted for publication in ENSsys 2017.

CRU CY3.24.01: Climatic Research Unit (CRU) Year-by-Year Variation of Selected Climate Variables by CountrY (CY) version 3.24.01 (Jan. 1901 - Dec. 2015)

University Of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (CRU), Ian C Harris & Philip D. Jones
The CRU CY version 3.24.01 dataset consists of ten climate variables for country averages at a monthly, seasonal and annual frequency; including cloud cover, diurnal temperature range, frost day frequency, precipitation, daily mean temperature, monthly average daily maximum and minimum temperature, vapour pressure and potential evapotranspiration. This dataset was produced in 2016 by the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia and replaces the withdrawn CRU CY 3.24. Spatial averages are calculated...

#paradisepapers tweets

Nick Ruest
1,797,260 tweet ids for #paradisepapers collected with Documenting the Now's twarc from November 5-26, 2017. Tweets can be “rehydrated” with Documenting the Now’s twarc (https://github.com/DocNow/twarc). twarc.py hydrate paradisepapers_ids.txt > paradisepapers.json. Or with Documenting the Now's Hydrator: https://github.com/DocNow/hydrator

The Movement-Image: Bergsonian Lessons on Cinema: Lecture 4, 01 December 1981

Gilles Deleuze
Lecture given by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze at the University of Paris 8, 01 December 1981. This is lecture 4 of a 21-lecture seminar Deleuze taught between November 1981 and June 1982.

Accurate Characterization of the Pore Volume in Microporous Crystalline Materials (Data Download)

Daniele Ongari, Peter G. Boyd, Senja Barthel, Matthew Witman, Maciej Haranczyk & Berend Smit
Project Abstract: Pore volume is one of the main properties for the characterization of microporous crystals. It is experimentally measurable and it can also be obtained from the refined unit cell by a number of computational techniques. In this work we assess the accuracy and the discrepancies between the different computational methods which are commonly used for this purpose, i.e, geometric, helium and probe center pore volume, by studying a database of more than 5000...

The Influence of Intrinsic Framework Flexibility on Adsorption in Nanoporous Materials (Data Download)

Matthew Witman, Sanliang Ling, Sudi Jawahery, Peter G. Boyd, Maciej Haranczyk, Ben Slater & Berend Smit
Project Abstract: For applications of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) such as gas storage and separation, flexibility is often seen as a parameter that can tune material performance. In this work we aim to determine the optimal flexibility for the shape selective separation of similarly sized molecules (e.g., Xe/Kr mixtures). To obtain systematic insight into how the flexibility impacts this type of separation we develop a simple analytical model that predicts a material's Henry regime adsorption and...

Counts of Dengue without warning signs reported in BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF): 1980-2006

Willem Van Panhuis, Anne Cross & Donald Burke
Project Tycho datasets contain case counts for reported disease conditions for countries around the world. The Project Tycho data curation team extracts these case counts from various reputable sources, typically from national or international health authorities, such as the US Centers for Disease Control or the World Health Organization. These original data sources include both open- and restricted-access sources. For restricted-access sources, the Project Tycho team has obtained permission for redistribution from data contributors. All...

moose_1b_sta

Andrea Jokisaari
Information for the Benchmark1 problems

Predicting Product Distribution of Propene Dimerization in Nanoporous Materials (Data Download)

Yifei Michelle Liu & Berend Smit
Project abstract: In this work, a theoretical framework is developed to explain and predict changes in the product distribution of the propene dimerization reaction, which yields a mixture of C6 olefin isomers, resulting from the use of different porous materials as catalysts. The MOF-74 class of materials has shown promise in catalyzing the dimerization of propene with high selectivity for valuable linear olefin products. We show that experimentally observed changes in the product distribution can...

Isobaric-Isothermal Monte Carlo Simulations of Bulk Liquid Water from MP2 and RPA Theory (MC Trajectories Data Download)

Mauro Del Ben, Joost VandeVondele & Juerg Hutter
Methods based on the second order Møller–Plesset perturbation theory (MP2) and the Random Phase Approximation (RPA) have emerged as practicable and reliable approaches to improve the accuracy of density functional approximations for first principle atomistic simulations. Such approaches are in fact capable to account ab-initio for non-local dynamical electron correlation effects, which play a fundamental role, for example, in the description of non-bonded interactions. To assess the performance of MP2 and RPA for real applications,...

Gaussian Approximation Potentials for iron from extended first-principles database (Data Download)

Daniele Dragoni, Tom Daff, Gabor Csanyi & Nicola Marzari
Interatomic potentials are often necessary to describe complex realistic systems that would be too costly to study from first-principles. Commonly, interatomic potentials are designed using functional forms driven by physical intuition and fitted to experimental or computational data. The moderate flexibility of these functional forms limits their ability to be systematically improved by increasing the fitting datasets; on the other hand, their qualitative description of the essential physical interactions ensures a modicum degree of transferability....

Gaussian Approximation Potentials for iron from extended first-principles database (Data Download)

Daniele Dragoni, Tom Daff, Gabor Csanyi & Nicola Marzari
Interatomic potentials are often necessary to describe complex realistic systems that would be too costly to study from first-principles. Commonly, interatomic potentials are designed using functional forms driven by physical intuition and fitted to experimental or computational data. The moderate flexibility of these functional forms limits their ability to be systematically improved by increasing the fitting datasets; on the other hand, their qualitative description of the essential physical interactions ensures a modicum degree of transferability....

Phytoplankton South Adriatic-PRISMA1-Flussi Project

Marina Cabrini & Serena Fonda-Umani
Phytoplankton abundance and composition were determined in the South Adriatic Sea in the framework of the Italian National Research Project PRISMA1-Flussi Project (1995-1996).

Barcodes for nanoporous materials

Yongjin Lee, Senja D. Barthel, Paweł Dłotko, S. Mohamad Moosavi, Kathryn Hess & Berend Smit
In most applications of nanoporous materials the pore structure is as important as the chemical composition as a determinant of performance. For example, one can alter performance in applications like carbon capture or methane storage by orders of magnitude by only modifying the pore structure. For these applications it is therefore important to identify the optimal pore geometry and use this information to find similar materials. However, the mathematical language and tools to identify materials...

Newspapers from 1756

Royal Danish Library
Newspapers from 1756 berlingsketidende

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