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The plasticizer database was developed to contain data required in plasticizers application. Attempts were made to include large number of plasticizers used in various sectors of industry to provide information for all users and to help in finding new solutions and formulations. Plasticizers included in the database can be divided ...
Plasticizers Database
The plasticizer database was developed to contain data required in plasticizers application. Attempts were made to include large number of plasticizers used in various sectors of industry to provide information for all users and to help in finding new solutions and formulations. Plasticizers included in the database can be divided into two categories: generic chemical name compounds and commercial plasticizers which are either mixtures of several components, industrial grades of particular compound, polymeric materials, or products having unknown, complex composition. The database contains solvents representing all chemical groups of materials which considered as plasticizers. In most cases, plasticizers differ from solvents by boiling point, which is above 250oC, but some plasticizers are used as temporary plasticizers or are expect to react with other components of mixture. These substances will not meet the boiling temperature standard but will still be included since they play role of plasticizers. The large number of the plasticizers and the data fields makes this database the most comprehensive database on plasticizers ever available in any source.
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The Database of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives contains the data required in the application of over 1000 critical additives. The additives are divided into two categories: generic chemical name compounds and commercial additives, which are either mixtures of several components, industrial grades of a particular compound, polymeric materials, or ...
Database of Antiblocking, Release and Slip Additives
The Database of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives contains the data required in the application of over 1000 critical additives. The additives are divided into two categories: generic chemical name compounds and commercial additives, which are either mixtures of several components, industrial grades of a particular compound, polymeric materials, or products having unknown, complex composition. The large number of records and available data fields make this the most comprehensive database on the subject ever available. The database is divided into five sections: General Information; Physical Properties; Health & Safety; Ecological Properties; and Use & Performance. There are 145 data fields that accommodate a variety of data available in source publications. The description of general sections in the Table of Contents gives more detail on the composition of the information. The displayed information contains additive name and its chemical structure (if generic compound). The data can be viewed on screen and printed in a predefined format. System Requirements: Pentium or later generation processor. Windows NT or later generation Windows operating system. Screen resolution of 800x600 or greater.
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Value Management (VM) is a structured, team-oriented approach to problem solving that can be applied to the concept, design, construction and on-going management phases of a project. The primary reasons for any client or consultant to commission a VM study is to achieve value improvements and/or monetary savings. The Framework ...
Value Management Benchmark
Value Management (VM) is a structured, team-oriented approach to problem solving that can be applied to the concept, design, construction and on-going management phases of a project. The primary reasons for any client or consultant to commission a VM study is to achieve value improvements and/or monetary savings. The Framework document This has been developed from an international benchmarking exercise of VM processes, procedures, tools and techniques used in construciton and manufacturing. It presents clear, step-by-step procedures for undertaking the VM process on construction projects and highlights the requirements at specific 'value opportunity' points in the project life cycle. Practitioners and clients can use this framework to develop specific agendas and procedures to ensure they will receive the maximum benefit from the tools and techniques presented. The Research document This document presents the findings of the three year research programme that formed the basis for the Framework results. It compares and contrasts the various methodologies, tools, and techniques of VM and highlights the strengths and weaknesses of various procedures at each stage of the product life cycle. Fieldwork for the report was undertaken in the UK, mainland Europe, North America and Australia. In addition, regional workshops comprising clients, designers, construction professionals and professional associations were held to critically appraise the Framework before it was finalised. See also related publications The Value Management Benchmark: The Framework document and The Value Management Benchmark: The Research results. THE FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT, THE RESEARCH DOCUMENT AND THE INTERACTIVE CD ARE AVAILABLE AT A SPECIAL COMBINED PRICE OF GBP77.88. PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICES ON +44 (0)20 7665 2464 OR AT ORDERS@THOMASTELFORD.COM TO ORDER.
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Value Management Benchmark

by Graeme Bowles, Fernie Scott, Marcus Gronqvist, John Kelly, Stephen Male
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Reliability, Risk and Safety: Back to the Future covers topics on reliability, risk and safety issues, including risk and reliability analysis methods, maintenance optimization, human factors, and risk management. The application areas range from nuclear engineering, oil and gas industry, electrical and civil engineering to information technology and communication, security, ...
Reliability, Risk and Safety - Back to the Future
Reliability, Risk and Safety: Back to the Future covers topics on reliability, risk and safety issues, including risk and reliability analysis methods, maintenance optimization, human factors, and risk management. The application areas range from nuclear engineering, oil and gas industry, electrical and civil engineering to information technology and communication, security, transportation, health and medicine or critical infrastructures. Significant attention is paid to societal factors influencing the use of reliability and risk assessment methods, and to combinatorial analysis, which has found its way into the analysis of probabilities and risk, from which quantified risk analysis developed. Integral demonstrations of the use of risk analysis and safety assessment are provided in many practical applications concerning major technological systems and structures. Reliability, Risk and Safety: Back to the Future will be of interest to academics and engineers interested in nuclear engineering, oil and gas engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, information technology, communication, and infrastructure.
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There is increasing interest in the detection of explosives and illicit materials. This publication examines nuclear techniques in the field of humanitarian demining and illicit material detection. It presents the latest experimental results on neutron based equipment, details issues for improvement, and identifies challenges and activities for future developments. The ...
Use of Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Techniques for Humanitarian Demining and Explosives Detection: Proceedings of an IAEA Technical Meeting Held in Vienna, Austria, 26-30 November 2007
There is increasing interest in the detection of explosives and illicit materials. This publication examines nuclear techniques in the field of humanitarian demining and illicit material detection. It presents the latest experimental results on neutron based equipment, details issues for improvement, and identifies challenges and activities for future developments. The recommendations and guidelines, which are provided by developers of demining techniques and experts in illicit material detection, serve as a useful basis to determine the direction of future research activities in this field.
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