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  • Quantum and isotope effects in lithium metal

    Ackland, Graeme J.; Dunuwille, Mihindra; Martinez-Canales, Miguel; Loa, Ingo; Zhang, Rong; Sinogeikin, Stanislav; Cai, Weizhao; Deemyad, Shanti (2017)
    The crystal structure of elements at zero pressure and temperature is the most fundamental information in condensed matter physics. For decades it has been believed that lithium, the simplest metallic element, has a complicated ground-state crystal structure. Using synchrotron x-ray diffraction in diamond anvil cells and multiscale simulations with density functional theory and molecular dynamics, we show that the previously accepted martensitic ground state is metastable. The actual ground s...

    "And the BAFTA goes to […]": the assurance role of the auditor in the film awards ceremony.

    Jeacle, Ingrid (2014)
    Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of the Official Scrutineer in the annual film awards ceremony of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), a role currently occupied by the audit firm Deloitte. The case of BAFTA provides an illustrative example of the increasing demand for discretionary assurance services from audit firms (Free et al., 2009), which in turn is reflective of Power's (1997) “audit society”. It showcases the power of audit as a legitimating...

    Introduction: The Housing Question Revisited

    Gutzon Larsen, Henrik; Lund Hansen, Anders; MacLeod, Gordon; Slater, Tom (2016)
    In 1842, an impressionable 21 year-old named Friedrich Engels was despatched by his industrialist father from his native Germany to the city of Manchester, England, in order to learn the practices of sound factory management, and in particular, how to extract maximum value from the proletariat. The outcome of that particular parental decision was not what was intended. Engels was so horrified by the abysmal living conditions of the working class labourers of the Manchester cotton mills that h...

    The Role of Air Motion for Providing Thermal Comfort in Residential / Mixed Mode Buildings: a Multi-partner Global Innovation Initiative (GII) Project

    Loveday, D L; Webb, Lynda; Verma, P.; Cook, M J; Rawal, R.; Vadodaria, K; Cropper, P; Brager, G; Zhang, H; Foldvary, V; Arens, E; Babich, F; Cobb, R; Ariffin, R; Kaam, S;... (2016)
    As the climate changes, global use of air-conditioning will proliferate as solutions are sought for maintaining thermal comfort in buildings. This rises alongside increased purchasing power as economies grow, harbouring the potential to unleash an unprecedented growth in energy demand. Encouraging higher levels of air movement at warmer temperatures to maintain thermal comfort may offset the risk of increased air-conditioning use. Whilst laboratory studies have quantified air motion effects o...

    A computer simulation of the transmission dynamics and the effects of duration of immunity and survival of persistently infected animals on the spread of bovine viral diarrhoea virus in dairy cattle

    Innocent, G; Morrison, Ivan; Brownlie, J; Gettinby, G. (1997)
    This paper describes a computer model that mimics the spread of bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVDV) infection through a closed herd. The model is able to simulate the spread of infection when a persistently infected (PI) animal is introduced into an infection-free herd, and it is used to investigate the role of persistently infected animals, seroconverting animals, loss of PI calves and duration of immunity on the level of infection within the herd. Under typical management conditions one per...
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