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  • The fracture of epoxy resins and the effects of rubber inclusions

    The deformation and fracture behaviour of a rubber-modified epoxy, and that of-its unmodified counterpart has been studied. The materials have been examined both in 'bulk' and when used as a thin adhesive layer for bonding steel adherends. Values of fracture toughness, the type of crack growth and the resultant fracture surfaces have been studied over a wide range of temperatures, displacement rates and specimen thicknesses. Both systems exhibit essentially the same types of crack growth beha...

    Competitive distortions, carbon emissions efficiencies or the green ultimatum?

    Truxal, S. (2008)
    Discusses whether the US air transport industry will be obliged to reduce carbon emissions if the liberalisation of transatlantic air transport is to continue under the European Union-United States Open Skies Air Transport Agreement 2007. Considers the EU proposal to require airlines which fly to or from Europe to join the EU emissions trading scheme or a comparable national scheme under Directive 2003/87 art.25. Compares the arguments for environmental taxes or emissions trading schemes, and...

    Short-term memory and vocabulary development in children with Down syndrome and children with specific language impairment

    A longitudinal comparison was made between development of verbal and visuo-spatial short-term memory and vocabulary in children with Down syndrome (DS), children with specific language impairment (SLI), and typically developing children as a control group. Participants were 12 children with DS (6 males, 6 females; mean chronological age 9y 9mo [SD 2.8 mo], range 8y 6mo to 11y 4mo); nine children with SLI (4 males, 5 females; mean chronological age 3y 9mo [SD 4.8mo], range 3y 3mo to 4y 5mo); a...

    Cultural change and identity shift in relation to cultural policy in post war Taiwan, with particular reference to theatre

    The issue of identity has become increasingly important in the 21't century. Facing the dilemma of being tom between globalisation and indigenisation, our sense of identity is constantly changing and in turmoil. This dissertation engages with several questions: How does our sense of belonging come about? In what ways and to what extent can the state construct culture, regulate our behaviour, and formulate a sense of belonging through cultural policy? And, why cultural policy might fail? Becau...

    "Some like it hot": spectators who score high on the personality trait openness enjoy the excitement of hearing dancers breathing without music

    Music is an integral part of dance. Over the last 10 years, however, dance stimuli (without music) have been repeatedly used to study action observation processes, increasing our understanding of the influence of observer's physical abilities on action perception. Moreover, beyond trained skills and empathy traits, very little has been investigated on how other observer or spectators' properties modulate action observation and action preference. Since strong correlations have been shown betwe...
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