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  1. Exposition

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    Langlois, Charles-Victor; Seignobos, Charles

    2014-01-01

    Il nous reste à étudier une question dont l’intérêt pratique est évident. Sous quelles formes les œuvres historiques se présentent-elles ? Ces formes sont, en fait, très nombreuses : or il en est de surannées ; toutes ne sont pas légitimes ; les meilleures ont des inconvénients. On doit donc se demander, non seulement sous quelles formes les œuvres historiques se présentent, mais quels sont, parmi ceux qui existent, les types d’exposition vraiment rationnels. Par « œuvres historiques » nous e...

  2. Assessment of the health impact related to indoor exposure to radon in France;Evaluation de l'impact sanitaire de l'exposition domestique au radon en France

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    Catelinois, O. [Institut de veille sanitaire, Saint-Maurice (France); Rogel, A.; Laurier, D.; Billon, S.; Tirmarche, M. [Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire, 92 - Fontenay aux Roses (France); Hemon, D. [Inserm IFR69, 94 - Villejuif (France); Verger, P. [Observatoire Regional de la Sante PACA, 13 - Marseille (France)

    2007-05-15

    Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas which concentrates in deficiently ventilated habitations. Radon is a well-established human pulmonary carcinogen agent. The exposition of the overall French population to various radon concentrations led scientists to assess its public health impact. This study proposes a predictive assessment of health impact attributable to indoor radon exposure in metropolitan France. Using all available data on the exposure-response between radon exposure and lung cancer mortality risk and on the assessment of indoor radon exposure in France, this study is based on quantitative safety risk assessment method associated to an analysis of both variability and uncertainty, which allows to measure an uncertainty interval related to the prediction. The estimated annual number of lung cancer deaths attributable to indoor radon exposure ranges from 1 234 (90% uncertainty interval, 593-2 156) to 2 913 (90% UI, 2 763-3 221), depending on the model considered. This result shows that indoor radon exposure is a serious public health problem in France. (author)

  3. Assessment of risks associated to ionizing radiations: lung cancers after domestic radon exposure and thyroid cancers after accidental exposure to radioactive iodines; Evaluation des risques associes aux rayonnements ionisants: cancers du poumon apres exposition domestique au radon et cancers de la thyroide apres exposition accidentelle aux iodes radioactifs

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    Catelinois, O

    2004-09-15

    The aim of this work is to develop a critical analysis of quantitative risk assessment in the field of ionizing radiation and to provide new estimates of attributable risks for particular situations of environmental exposure to ionizing radiation. This work is based on knowledge about dose-response relationships and ionizing radiation exposure of the general population. The work focuses on two different situations that both present an important interest for public health: lung cancer associated with domestic radon exposures (natural situation) and thyroid cancer associated with the Chernobyl accident fallout (accidental situation). The assessment of lung cancer risk associated with domestic radon exposure considers 10 dose-response relationships resulting from miner cohorts and case-control studies in the general population. A critical review of available data on smoking habits has been performed and allowed to consider the interactions between radon and tobacco. The exposure data come from measurements campaigns carried out since the beginning of the 1980 by the Institute for Radiation protection and Nuclear Safety and the Health General Directory in France. The French lung cancer mortality data are provided by the I.N.S.E.R.M.. Estimates of the number of attributable cancers are carried out for the whole country, stratified by 8 large regions (Z.E.A.T.) and by 96 departments for the year 1999 allowing to perform a sensibility analysis according to the geographical level of calculation. Uncertainties associated to risk coefficients and exposures have been quantified and it's impact on risk estimates is calculated. The estimated number of deaths attributable to domestic radon exposure ranges from 543 (90% uncertainty interval (U.I.): 75-1,097) to 3,108 (90% U.I.: 2,996-3,221). The corresponding risk fractions range from 2.2% (90% U.I.: 0.3%-4.4%) to 12.4% (90% U.I.: 11.9%-12.8%). The assessment of thyroid cancer risk in the most exposed area of France due to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident fallout, is based on the excess relative risk model published by E. Ron et al. in 1995. The target population is composed of all children younger than 15 years and living in the eastern part of France at the time of the accident (26 April 1986). The incidence rates between 1978 and 1997 are analysed and forecasted up to 2007 using age-period-cohort models. Thyroid doses are estimated from all available data about the contamination in France from the Chernobyl fallout/ The risks characterization is carried out by considering various scenarios on the projection of spontaneous incidence rates, the effectiveness of internal exposures compared to external ones and the levels of radioactive deposits. Uncertainties to the risk coefficient, the expected spontaneous incidence rates and the thyroid dose are considered. The estimated number of thyroid cancer cases in excess between 1991 and 2007 for the target population ranges from 5 (90% U.I.: 1-15) to 63 (90% U.I. 12-180). In comparison, depending on the scenario of spontaneous rate projection, the number of spontaneous cancer cases should range from 894 (90% U.I.: 869-920) to 1,716 (90% U.I.:1,691-1,741) between 1991 and 2007. The results show that the thyroid cancer incident rate increase observed in France during last 20 years cannot be explained by the Chernobyl fallout. The work provides an adaptation of the classical risk assessment method integrating each of its step such as a discussion about the choice of the dose-response relationship. The data analysis considers the interaction between ionizing radiation and other risk factors, a spontaneous incidence rate projection and a quantification of uncertainties. This work provides new results showing the importance of the choice of the dose-response relationship, of the consideration of the spontaneous incidence trend and of the quantification of uncertainties in risk assessment. In conclusion, this work provides new knowledge for public health by the analysis of enlarged epidemiological data. (author)

  4. Italian Exposition

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    Schopper,H

    1985-01-01

    Le DG parle dans son allocution à l'occasion de l'exposition (suivi d'une visite)de la contribution du Cern à la création d'une espace de la technologie européenne. Il parle de la manière comment organiser des formes fructueuses de coopération et coordination internationales dans ce domaine. "Afin de renforcer encore notre relation avec l'industrie et intensifier le transfert de la technologie nous proposerons au ministre de recherche de poursuivre dans le cadre du programme EUREKA ensemble avec les industries des programmes concrètes." Le ministre italien prend ensuite la parole.

  5. Une exposition en blanc

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    Sophie Lévy

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Cette présentation est celle d’une exposition qui n’existe pas sur l’importance du blanc dans la peinture moderne américaine, et des enjeux historiques et théoriques qui pourraient la soutenir. Il est toujours difficile de parler d’une exposition qui n’existe pas, c’est‑à‑dire essayer de donner une structure verbale à un exercice visuel, et phénoménologique sans corps. L’expérience, déjà tentée, permet néanmoins de clarifier pour soi‑même le sens du projet et de mesurer une réception possible...

  6. Jane Austen ou la caricature littéraire domestique

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    Camus, Marianne

    2009-01-01

    Loin de la caricature politique courante dans l'Angleterre du dix-huitième siècle, loin de celle, tout aussi courante pratiquée entre eux par les frères ennemis de la littérature, Jane Austen élabora ce qu'on pourrait appeler une caricature domestique. Elle vise les donneurs de leçons et les pédants mais aussi les têtes creuses et les bavards impénitents qu'il est traditionnellement du devoir d'une femme bien élevée de supporter, un sourire figé accroché aux lèvres. Cet article s'attachera à ...

  7. Sons en exposition

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    Ricci, Antonello

    2011-01-01

    Cet article rassemble quelques réflexions sur le thème de la mise en scène des sons au musée. L’expérience muséologique et celle de l’exposition temporaire ont été fortement conditionnée, par la catégorie du visuel, en évacuant les autre sens. L’expérience musicale et la perception acoustique peuvent devenir un véhicule tout aussi suggestif d’émotions et d’émerveillement. Elles peuvent être mises en scène en tenant compte des stratégies sensorielles propres à l’ouïe. Deux expériences de mise ...

  8. Comparaison des performances de deux souches de truite commune (Salmo trutta L. (domestique et hybride sauvage x domestique introduites au stade alevin dans un ruisseau

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    NIHOUARN A.

    1990-10-01

    Full Text Available La production d'un hybride mâle sauvage x femelle domestique, chez la truite commune (Salmo trutta a parfois été proposée pour le repeuplement (CUINAT, 1971. Nos précédents travaux (MAISSE et al., 1983 ont montré que ces sujets sont plus difficiles à élever que ceux dont les deux parents sont domestiques. La présente étude a porté sur la comparaison des performances des hybrides et des domestiques déversés simultanément dans un ruisseau où la reproduction de la truite est compromise par le colmatage du fond. Les déversements ont été effectués sur la totalité du ruisseau, en mai, deux années de suite. Des inventaires ont été réalisés sur des secteurs représentatifs en mai, avant les déversements, et en octobre. Les résultats ont montré que les taux d'implantation, tant en 0+ qu'en 1+, ne différaient pas suivant l'origine des poissons. De plus, sur chacun des secteurs inventoriés, les individus d'origine domestique ont gardé l'avantage de taille qu'ils avaient au moment du déversement. L'intérêt d'un tel croisement est discuté en fonction des diverses stratégies de repeuplement à mettre en œuvre.

  9. Transformer le travail domestique ?Femmes migrantes et politique de formalisation à Bruxelles

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    Camargo Magalhaes, Beatriz

    2016-01-01

    La problématique de cette thèse est celle de la formalisation du travail domestique. Au-delà de la mise en œuvre de la politique des titres-services, cette thèse ouvre le questionnement sur les possibilités et le limites de la professionnalisation d’une quelconque politique pour le travail domestique. Sur base de notre recherche qualitative, trois constats inédits émanent de nos résultats.Le premier constat inédit émerge de l’étude de la politique des titres-services et de sa mise en œuvre en...

  10. Prenatal exposition on ionizing radiations

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    The Sessions on Prenatal Exposition on Ionizing Radiations was organized by the Argentine Radioprotection Society, in Buenos Aires, between 8 and 9, November 2001. In this event, were presented papers on: biological effects of ionizing radiation; the radiation protection and the pregnant woman; embryo fetal development and its relationship with the responsiveness to teratogens; radioinduced delayed mental; neonatal irradiation: neurotoxicity and modulation of pharmacological response; pre implanted mouse embryos as a model of uranium toxicity studies; hereditary effects of the radiation and new advances from the UNSCEAR 2001; doses estimation in embryo

  11. Intérieurs domestiques urbains en France et en Angleterre

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    Sophie Chevalier

    2000-06-01

    Full Text Available Cette article concerne une recherche comparative portant sur l'analyse des processus d'appropriation d'objets produits en série dans des ménages de la banlieue parisienne et de Londres. Nous proposons tout d'abord une analyse des décors domestiques français et anglais en dégageant leurs caractéristiques communes et leurs spécificités particulières. Ensuite, nous montrons à travers plusieurs exemples, comment cette construction de l'univers domestique repose sur des processus d'appropriation des objets qui permettent l'expression des identités collectives et individuelles. L'analyse des pratiques et de discours autour des objets domestiques permet de comprendre la façon dont ils peuvent matérialiser différentes dimensions de la vie des ménages, comme les rapports de couple, la structure familiale, l'ancrage géographique, etc. Nous observons alors des contrastes entre Français et Anglais qui ne prennent sens que si on les ramène à un cadre culturel et social spécifique, dans une dynamique historique.

  12. CERN Expositions permanentes version courte

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    2016-01-01

    Visites Explorez les questions de la physique contemporaine que les physiciens du CERN tentent de résoudre. Dans l'Univers, tout est fait de particules. Mais d'où viennent-elles ? Quelles sont les lois qui régissent leur comportement ? Découvrez les immenses outils utilisés par les physiciens du CERN, comme le fameux LHC, et comprenez comment chaque élément de ces accélérateurs fonctionne. Le CERN vous invite à percer les mystères de l'Univers et à découvrir son travail à travers diverses visites guidées et expositions permanentes, toutes gratuites. En groupe, avec des amis, individuellement, à pied, en vélo, venez découvrir le CERN ou explorez-le virtuellement. Bienvenue !

  13. Élimination des micropolluants par les stations d'épuration domestiques

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    Choubert, J.M.; Pomies, M.; Miège, C.; Martin Ruel, S.; Budzinski, H.; Wisniewski, C.; Coquery, M.

    2012-01-01

    Les stations d'épuration domestiques n'ont pas été conçues pour traiter les micropolluants. Elles en éliminent cependant une quantité non négligeable, essentiellement par sorption sur les boues, associée à une dégradation par voie biologique pour certaines substances. Cet article synthétise les principaux acquis récents concernant le comportement des micropolluants dans les filières de traitement des eaux (primaires, secondaires, tertiaires) et dans les filières boues associées. Il présente é...

  14. Max Beckmann. Ecrits ; Max Beckmann ; Max Beckmann : l’exposition

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    Maldonado, Guitemie

    2012-01-01

    L’histoire de la réception de Max Beckmann en France apparaît comme une suite de rendez-vous manqués. L’exposition organisée en 2002 au musée national d’art moderne, après une exposition de gravures aux Sables-d’Olonne en 1994, marque une étape décisive dans la (re)connaissance en France de cet artiste réputé inclassable mais depuis longtemps célébré en Allemagne et aux Etats-Unis. Le catalogue, dans la tradition des sommes publiées par le Centre Pompidou, et la publication simultanée des écr...

  15. Thyroid cancer following exposure to ionising radiation; Cancer de la thyroide apres exposition aux rayonnements ionisants

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    Schlumberger, M. [Institut de cancerologie Gustave-Roussy, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); Universite Paris Sud 11, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); Chevillard, S.; Ory, K. [Commissariat a l' energie atomique et aux energies alternatives, route du Panorama, 92265 Fontenay-aux-Roses cedex (France); Dupuy, C. [Institut de cancerologie Gustave-Roussy, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); Universite Paris Sud 11, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); UMR 8200 CNRS, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); Le Guen, B. [Division production nucleaire, direction production ingenierie, EDF, Tete-Pleyel, 1, place Pleyel, 93282 Saint-Denis cedex (France); De Vathaire, F. [Institut de cancerologie Gustave-Roussy, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); Universite Paris Sud 11, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France); equipe d' epidemiologie des radiations, centre d' etudes en sante des populations, UMR 1018 Inserm, 114, rue edouard-Vaillant, 94805 Villejuif cedex (France)

    2011-08-15

    Exposure to ionising radiations during childhood increases the risk of thyroid cancer. Similar risk factors have been found after external radiation exposure or internal contamination with radioactive iodine isotopes. In case of contamination with radio-iodines, administration of potassium iodide can prevent thyroid irradiation. (authors)

  16. APR-2 Tropical Cyclone Observations

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    Durden, S. L.; Tanelli, S.

    2011-01-01

    The Second Generation Airborne Precipitation Radar (APR-2) participated in the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment in August and September of 2010, collecting a large volume of data in several tropical systems, including Hurricanes Earl and Karl. Additional measurements of tropical cyclone have been made by APR-2 in experiments prior to GRIP (namely, CAMEX-4, NAMMA, TC4); Table 1 lists all the APR-2 tropical cyclone observations. The APR-2 observations consist of the vertical structure of rain reflectivity at 13.4 and 35.6 GHz, and at both co-polarization and crosspolarization, as well as vertical Doppler measurements and crosswind measurements. APR-2 normally flies on the NASA DC-8 aircraft, as in GRIP, collecting data with a downward looking, cross-track scanning geometry. The scan limits are 25 degrees on either side of the aircraft, resulting in a roughly 10-km swath, depending on the aircraft altitude. Details of the APR-2 observation geometry and performance can be found in Sadowy et al. (2003).The multiparameter nature of the APR-2 measurements makes the collection of tropical cyclone measurements valuable for detailed studies of the processes, microphysics and dynamics of tropical cyclones, as well as weaker systems that are associated with tropical cyclone formation. In this paper, we give a brief overview of how the APR-2 data are processed. We also discuss use of the APR-2 cross-track winds to estimate various quantities of interest in in studies of storm intensification. Finally, we show examples of the standard products and derived information.

  17. LES DOMESTIQUES SENEGALAISES AU MAROC : Un travail servile entre tradition et modernité

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    Lanza, Nazarena

    2011-01-01

    Dans le présent article nous avons voulu réfléchir sur la mobilité de domestiques sénégalaises au Maroc, pour en interroger la genèse, les pratiques et les différents enjeux économiques, sociaux et politiques qu'elle pose de manière articulée à l'histoire de la longue relation qui unit le Maroc au Sénégal. Cette posture d'investigation nous a conduit à réaliser un double terrain, au Sénégal et au Maroc. Nous avons enquêté la communauté marocaine résidente au Sénégal et celle sénégalaise résid...

  18. Respirators: APR Issuer Self Study 33461

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    Chochoms, Michael [Los Alamos National Laboratory

    2016-07-13

    Respirators: APR Issuer Self-Study (course 33461) is designed to introduce and familiarize employees selected as air-purifying respirator (APR) issuers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) with the responsibilities, limitations, procedures, and resources for issuing APRs at LANL. The goal is to enable these issuers to consistently provide proper, functioning APRs to authorized users

  19. Effets des pesticides chez l'abeille (Apis mellifera L.) : étude d'une voie spécifique d'exposition et des changements biochimiques et physiologiques dans l'évaluation de la toxicité des pesticides

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    Renzi, Maria Teresa

    2013-01-01

    Dans cette étude, des aspects importants du rapport entre pesticides et abeilles domestiques (Apis mellifera L.) ont été traités. Dans la première partie, les effets de l'exposition des abeilles aux poussières contaminées avec trois neonicotinoides et le fipronil ont été étudiés. En fait, des quantités considérables de ces pesticides, utilisés pour l'enrobage des semences, sont dispersées pendant le semis du mais, et peuvent donc représenter une voie d'exposition des abeilles.En particulier, ...

  20. Architecture of (impossibilities: Robert Smithson's expositive spaces

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    Bráulio Romeiro

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This work investigates the North American artist Robert Smithson’s considerations on traditional expositive spaces: the museum and art gallery, as well as unusual and unexplored spaces by art up to that time. Looking through his texts we notice some enhanced perspectives and reset others, increasing limitation set on White Cube’s abstract and neutral quality and the substantiation on ideologies behind of these spaces manifestation.

  1. Diagnostic Strategy in APR1400

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    These features may bring out changes in operator tasks, changing the characteristics of tasks, or creating new tasks. Diagnostic strategy for identifying anomaly may be different especially in APR1400 from that in the analog control room due to the change of human-system interface, i.e. alarm system and display system. Since the first plant of APR1400 is being built at this moment, it is not known what strategies the operators will adopt in diagnosis tasks in the new operating environment. In this light, this paper aims at investigating operator's diagnostic strategies which are appropriate for APR1400. In order to collect data, several different approaches which are complementary are used to identify diagnostic strategies in the digital control room: analysis on audio/video recording of operation, observation in the simulator, and interview with the operators. The result shows that the digital control room introduces new strategies in the diagnosis, compared with the analog control room, and also changed the characteristics of strategies, mostly, by getting more support from the computerized system. This paper investigated how the digitalized control room may influence operator's diagnostic strategies. Several different approaches, i. e., audio/video record, observation of training, and the interview with operators, were used to gather information about the operator's behaviors. As a conclusion, this paper figured out that the digital control room introduces new strategies in the diagnosis, compared with the analog control room, and also changed the characteristics of the strategies, mostly, by getting more support from the computerized system. The operators interviewed also commented that the diagnosis in the APR1400 is quicker, more correct, and easier, compared with the analog control room

  2. The Daejeon international exposition, Korea, 1993

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    This book reports the Daejeon international exposition, Korea, 1993. The first part introduces domestic pavilions such as government pavilion, resources utilization pavilion, electric energy pavilion, currency culture pavilion, residential environmental pavilion, imagination pavilion and nature and life pavilion. The second part has abstract of the international pavilions such as Swiss Confederation, Kingdom of Sweden, French Republic, Federal Republic of Germany, Republic of Portugal, Republic of Austria, Holy See of the Roman Pontiff, Azerbaijan Republic, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Solomon Islands, Republic of Bolivia, Saint Lucia, Barbados, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and European Community.

  3. Le mobilier domestique à Lille au XVIIe siècle

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    Odile Canneva-Tétu

    2012-01-01

    L'exposition « Lille au XVIIe siècle » présentée au musée des Beaux-Arts de Lille du 15 septembre au 27 décembre 2000 a fourni l'occasion de dresser un premier état des connaissances sur le mobilier civil lillois entre 1600 et 1715. Ce court essai s'appuie sur quelques exemples recensés dans les collections publiques lilloises.

  4. La réduction de la consommation d'énergie dans les environnements domestiques répartis

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    Druilhe, Rémi; Anne, Matthieu; Duchien, Laurence; Rouvoy, Romain

    2011-01-01

    Le green computing (" informatique verte ") s'installe de plus en plus dans l'environnement domestique aux travers d'équipements toujours moins gourmands en énergie. Alors que la maison est constituée d'un ensemble de dispositifs électroniques sans cesse croissant, la gestion de l'énergie reste propre à chacun. Nous pensons qu'une approche globale permettrait de parvenir à une meilleure diminution de l'énergie. Ce papier propose un état de l'art des techniques permettant de réduire, à l'échel...

  5. Élimination des micropolluants par les stations d’épuration domestiques Removal of micropollutants by wastewater treatment plants

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    CHOUBERT, Jean-Marc ; POMIES, Maxime ; MARTIN-RUEL, Samuel ; BUDZINSKI, Hélène ; MIEGE, Cécile ; WISNIEWSKI, Christelle ; COQUERY, Marina

    2012-01-01

    Produits industriels, détergents, hydrocarbures, pesticides, médicaments : les stations d'épuration domestiques sont-elles efficaces pour éliminer toutes les substances chimiques issues des activités humaines retrouvées dans les milieux aquatiques? Cet article présente les principales connaissances récemment acquises relatives au comportement et au devenir des micropolluants dans les différentes filières de traitement des eaux ainsi que les perspectives d'amélioration des procédés.Domestic wa...

  6. Exposition Nan Goldin et Duane Michals

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    Jean Kempf

    2011-01-01

    Le musée hollandais de la photographie vaut le détour, au moins pour son architecture intérieure brute mais pas brutale qui offre de beaux espaces d’exposition. Situé au milieu des anciens docks de Rotterdam qui, comme pour beaucoup de villes portuaires, ont été l’un des lieux de la reconquête architecturale, il est aussi placé à deux pas de l’hôtel New York (http ://hilton.org.uk/facade/rotterdam-hotel-new-york.jpg), dernier vestige des lignes transatlantiques. Cet hôtel, où l’on passait sa ...

  7. Exposition Nan Goldin et Duane Michals

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    Jean Kempf

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available Le musée hollandais de la photographie vaut le détour, au moins pour son architecture intérieure brute mais pas brutale qui offre de beaux espaces d’exposition. Situé au milieu des anciens docks de Rotterdam qui, comme pour beaucoup de villes portuaires, ont été l’un des lieux de la reconquête architecturale, il est aussi placé à deux pas de l’hôtel New York (http ://hilton.org.uk/facade/rotterdam-hotel-new-york.jpg, dernier vestige des lignes transatlantiques. Cet hôtel, où l’on passait sa ...

  8. Interventions et attitudes envers les patientes victimes de violences domestiques aux urgences: une revue de la littérature étoffée

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    Suchet, Amandine; Gasser, Catherine

    2013-01-01

    But: déterminer les interventions, les attitudes infirmières et les obstacles se présentant lors d’un dépistage de violences domestiques aux urgences, afin d’améliorer et d’avoir une meilleure prise en charge des femmes victimes d’abus.

  9. Mechanistic studies of APR-246 in leukemia

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    Ali, Dina Mahmoud

    2013-01-01

    PRIMA-1and its analog APR-246 are novel drugs that restore the active conformation of mutated and unfolded p53 protein and induce apoptosis and cell death in various tumors in pre-clinical models. We first aimed to explore the effects of APR-246 alone and in combination with other drugs in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in vitro. APR-246 induced dose-dependent apoptosis and increased active caspase-3 and p53 protein levels as well as the Bax/Bcl-2 ratio independently of TP53...

  10. Musique et iconographie. Autour de l’exposition “Moyen Âge. Entre ordre et désordre”

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    Martine Clouzot

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available Sous toutes ses formes de représentation, la musique a été au cœur des échanges de la journée des médiévistes de l’umr 5594, réunis au Musée de la Musique à Paris à l’occasion de l’exposition Moyen Âge. Entre ordre et désordre. Le matin, la visite de l’exposition a permis de visualiser la musique dans ses dimensions iconographiques et artistiques. Les images et la musique dans une version théâtralisée ont fait l’objet des communications de Priscillia Pelletier et Isabelle Ragnard, l’après-mid...

  11. Le cinéma à l’Exposition internationale de 1937 : un média au service de la recherche scientifique

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    Riou, Florence

    2011-01-01

    Le cinéma, après avoir permis dans les années vingt la diffusion des avancées médicales et hygiéniques, est envisagé lors de la mise en place de l’Exposition Internationale de 1937 à Paris comme « l’un des plus précieux auxiliaires de la Pensée ». L’Exposition et particulièrement le Palais de la Découverte, inauguré dans ce cadre, tiennent un rôle clé dans la « croisade pour la science pure » menée par Jean Perrin, dont le but est d’organiser la recherche scientifique en France. Aussi nous po...

  12. THE MOLDOVA VEGETATION EXPOSITION FROM THE BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF MOLDOVA

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    POSTOLACHE GHEORGHE

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Construction phases of the Moldova Vegetation Exposition from the Botanical Garden of Chişinău are presented. Twelve forest micro-expositions, one steppe vegetation exposition, one grassland micro-exposition and an area of rare plants have been created during last 35 year on an area of 14 ha. The Moldova Vegetation Exposition includes 400 species of vascular plants.

  13. Exposition et conservation d’une peau sub-fossile : le cas du mammouth de Lyakhov

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    Michard, Jean-Guy; Péquignot, Amandine

    2012-01-01

    Après avoir rappelé le parcours du mammouth de Lyakhov depuis son arrivée au Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle il y a un siècle, les auteurs analysent les facteurs d’altération potentiels – liés aux conditions d’éclairage, de température et d’hygrométrie – de ce spécimen et plus généralement précisent les précautions particulières qui doivent entourer l’exposition et la conservation des peaux de mammifères sub-fossiles.

  14. Coping Capability of APR Against Fukushima Accidents

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    Major threats on Fukushima Daiichi plant are earthquake, tsunami, SBO (Station Black Out), and hydrogen burning and explosion. Following the 9.1 magnitude earthquake, tsunami of 15m-height caused Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) trouble and SBO. APR+ (Advanced Power Reactors Plus) has been basically designed to have the seismic design basis of Safe Shutdown Earthquake (SSE) 0.3g, a 4-train safety concept based on N+2 design philosophy, and a Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS). Safety issues on the Fukushima-type accident have been extensively reviewed to enhance APR+ safety. After the review, many items was selected in the APR+ standard design to cope with the accidents. The items can be categorized as follows; Design of structure and equipment against earthquakes and coastal flooding, Integrity of electric power, cooling, and fire protection systems on inundation, Countermeasures against severe accident, and Emergency response and emergency medical systems. The key items include enhancement of seismic design for Main Control Room (MCR) and capability of cooling water intake, improvement of facilities entrance such as a water tight door against tsunami or flood, provision for external cooling water of PCCT (Passive Condensate Cooling Tank), diversity design for emergency electric power sources, and capability extension of a battery for supporting the 72-hour copying time. These items to enhance the safety will have been applied to the APR+ design. Consequently, APR+ can provide higher reliability and safety against tsunami and earthquake

  15. Separate Effect Test for APR+ DVI+

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    DVI and FD are our own design features adopted into APR1400. This study focuses on improving their performance for the APR+. From a preliminary study, conceptual design for DVI+ has been developed. Various separate effect tests were performed to evaluate the performance of the design concept and to develop a basic design. For DVI+ design, tests for DVI duct performance and vibration characteristics were performed. For FD+ design, sensitivity tests for major design parameters were performed. This study also includes a development of design for the reactor flow distribution test as well as FD+ overall performance test

  16. Élimination des micropolluants par les stations d’épuration domestiques Removal of micropollutants by wastewater treatment plants

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    CHOUBERT, Jean-Marc ; POMIES, Maxime ; MARTIN-RUEL, Samuel ; BUDZINSKI, Hélène ; MIEGE, Cécile ; WISNIEWSKI, Christelle ; COQUERY, Marina

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Produits industriels, détergents, hydrocarbures, pesticides, médicaments : les stations d'épuration domestiques sont-elles efficaces pour éliminer toutes les substances chimiques issues des activités humaines retrouvées dans les milieux aquatiques? Cet article présente les principales connaissances récemment acquises relatives au comportement et au devenir des micropolluants dans les différentes filières de traitement des eaux ainsi que les perspectives d'amélioration des procédés.Domestic wastewater treatment plants were not designed for micropollutants removal. They perform substantial removal of several micropollutants, mainly by sorption process onto biological sludge and by biodegradation from the liquid phase for some substances. This article presents the main recent advances on the fate of micropollutants through primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes. It also addresses research in progress for the optimization of micropollutants removal.

  17. Exposition concerning small windmills. Appendix to main report. Volume 1

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    This appendix to the main report entitled ''Exposition Concerning Small Windmills'' includes background information on the report, profiles of the participating companies and of those visited in Denmark and abroad, questionnaires and interview schemes sent to the participating companies, surveys of producers of Danish and foreign producers of small windmills and an appendix to the economical calculations found within the report. (AB)

  18. 109th AOAC international annual meeting & exposition. Final program

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    NONE

    1995-12-31

    This document contain papers which were presented at the 109th AOAC International Annual Meeting & Exposition. Topics were concerned with the analysis of toxics and organics in environmental materials, particularly soils. Individual projects have been processed separately for the United States Department of Energy data bases.

  19. Virginia in the spotlight at the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition

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    Greiner, Lori A.

    2007-01-01

    Virginia will be featured at the 2007 Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition to be held Oct. 16-18 in Moultrie, Ga. Virginia's exhibit, "Virginia Agriculture: Proud History, Prosperous Future," will highlight the role Virginia has played in the history of agriculture as well as showcase new directions being explored today.

  20. Rhetoric--Warp and Woof of "All" Exposition.

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    Walsh, Ruth M.

    1981-01-01

    Argues that to improve students' writing in upper level business communication courses they must be exposed to the thesis that it is impossible to put together any piece of exposition, specifically letters, memoranda, and reports, without using one, or a combination of, rhetorical techniques arranged logically. (FL)

  1. Les interventions après feu

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    Toutchkov, M.; Duché, Y.; Prevosto, B.; Quesney, T.; Vennetier, M.

    2013-01-01

    This chapter presents various post-fire management options for Pinus halepensis stands / Ce chapitre présente les différentes manière de gérer l'après-feu dans les peuplements de pin d'Alep incendiés

  2. Hyperparathyroïdie secondaire d'origine nutritionnelle et ostéogénèse imparfaite chez les carnivores domestiques

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    Léger, Emilie

    2006-01-01

    L'Hyperparathyroïdie secondaire nutritionnelle et l'ostéogénèse imparfaite sont deux maladies bien différentes par leur étiologie, mais très similaires sur les plans épidémiologique, clinique et radiographique. Elles concernent les carnivores domestiques en croissance et provoquent une ostéopénie sévère résultant en de multiples fractures pathologiques. L'hyperparathyroïdie nutritionnelle a pour origine un régime déséquilibré en Calcium et Phosphore suite à une alimentation uniquement à base ...

  3. Estimation of the sanitary impact associated to the domestic exposure to radon in Franche-Comte; Estimation de l'impact sanitaire associe a l'exposition domestique au radon en Franche-Comte

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    Catelinois, O.; Pirard, P. [Institut de Veille Sanitaire, Saint-Maurice (France); Clinard, F.; Aury, K.; Tillier, C. [Cire Centre-Est, 21 - Dijon (France); Aury, K. [Registre Dijonnais des AVC, Centre d' Epidemiologie de Population, 21 - Dijon (France); Noury, L. [Direction Regionale des Affaires Sanitaires et Sociales de Franche-Comte, 25 - Besancon (France); Hochard, A. [Observatoire Regional de la Sante de Franche-Comte, 25 - Besancon (France)

    2008-09-15

    The importance of the impact of public health associate to domestic radon exposure in Franche-Comte is clearly formulated. The radon concentrations are higher in the granite areas. However, the impact is essentially concentrated in the Franche-Comte sedimentary areas where the essential of the population lives. (N.C.)

  4. Containment performance analysis for EU APR1400

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    During a severe accident, as the last barrier of DID (Defense In Depth) strategy, the containment has an important role to limit the release of the radioactive material to environment. The containment should be able to maintain its structural integrity to prevent the release of the radioactive materials contained in it. In this paper, the behavior of pressure and temperature in the containment is evaluated for various accident conditions. EU APR1400 (European APR1400) is equipped with RDS (Rapid Depressurization System), HMS (Hydrogen Mitigation System), SACSS (Severe Accident Containment Spray System), and PECS (Passive Ex vessel Cooling System) to mitigate the severe accident consequences and eventually to keep the containment integrity. Depending on the availabilities of these mitigation systems, the containment undergoes different transients in pressure and temperature

  5. AN EXPOSITION ON THE MATHEMATICS AND ECONOMICS OF OPTION PRICING

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    Luke Miller; Mark Bertus

    2013-01-01

    The application of options pricing theory to value irreversible investment decisions has witnessed a marked increase over the last decade. For instructional and simplified applications, the Black-Scholes model is commonly demonstrated due to its tractability and acceptance in the finance community. This paper provides a detailed mathematical exposition of the Black-Scholes model. The main contribution of this paper is the step-by-step instructional account of the Black-Scholes model that can ...

  6. 32nd IMAC Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics

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    Mayes, Randy; Rixen, Daniel; Catbas, Fikret; Atamturktur, H; Moaveni, Babak; Papadimitriou, Costas; Schoenherr, Tyler; Foss, Gary; Niezrecki, Christopher; Allemang, Randall; Kerschen, Gaetan

    2014-01-01

    This critical collection examines a range of topics in modal analysis, from experimental techniques to acoustics to biodynamics,  as presented in early findings and case studies from the Proceedings of the 32nd IMAC, A Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics, 2014. The collection includes papers in the following general technical research areas: Experimental Techniques, Processing Modal Data, Rotating Machinery, Acoustics, Adaptive Structures, Biodynamics, Damping

  7. Apreçamento de derivativos bidimensionais

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    Hugo Daniel de Oliveira Azevedo

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Neste artigo analisamos o apreçamento de contratos que tenham seus resultados atrelados a mais de um ativo subjacente, em especial, opções bidimensionais. Para isto usamos a fórmula desenvolvida por Margrabe (1978 e o modelo de árvores de Rubinstein (1991a. Em seguida apresentamos exemplos práticos de opções bidimensionais e apreçamos estas opções. Além disto, sugerimos a incorporação de outros instrumentos, negociados no exterior, ao mercado de derivativos brasileiro.In this article we analyze the pricing of contracts that have their payoffs linked to more than one underlying asset, in special, bidimensional options. To achieve this purpose we use the formula developed by Margrabe (1978 and the tree model of Rubinstein (1991a. Next, we present practical examples of bidimensional options and price these options. Moreover we suggest the incorporation of two other instruments, negotiated abroad, to the Brazilian derivative markets

  8. Design Characteristics of the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System in APR+

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    The passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) is a typical passive safety system implemented for the APR+. The auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) in the APR1400, which is the reference plant of the APR+, consists of two motor driven pumps, two turbine driven pumps, two water storage tanks, and related pipes and valves. The AFWS feeds emergency water to steam generators to cool down the reactor coolant system when the main feedwater is lost. To enhance the safety, the PAFS replaces the AFWS with a passive condensation heat exchanger (PCHX), a passive condensation cooling tank (PCCT), and a few valves and pipes in the APR+ design. In this paper, we propose the design requirements and conceptual design of the PAFS in order to evaluate the operability of the PAFS, to develop the APR+'s general arrangements for the auxiliary building, and to identify the important parameters to be quantified by experiments

  9. 34th IMAC, A Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics

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    Brandt, Anders; Singhal, Raj

    2016-01-01

    Nonlinear Dynamics, Volume 1. Proceedings of the 34th IMAC, A Conference and Exposition on Dynamics of Multiphysical Systems: From Active Materials to Vibroacoustics, 2016, the fi rst volume of ten from the Conference, brings together contributions to this important area of research and engineering. Th e collection presents early fi ndings and case studies on fundamental and applied aspects of Structural Dynamics, including papers on: • Nonlinear Oscillations • Nonlinear Modal Analysis • Nonlinear System Identifi cation • Nonlinear Modeling & Simulation • Nonlinearity in Practice • Nonlinearity in Multi-Physics Systems • Nonlinear Modes and Modal Interactions.

  10. Exposition concerning small windmills. List of relevant publications

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    In connection with the publication of the report entitled ''Exposition Concerning Small Windmills'', it was decided that searching in databases should also be used in relation to the collection of relevant information, and that the results of these searches should be published in the form of a reading list. This is presented here. The subject areas covered are technology, research and development, marketing, developing countries and agricultural areas - all relevant to small windmills. Risoe Library, Roskilde, Denmark (Telephone no. (45) 42371212) will be helpful in acquiring any publication(s) referenced in the reading list. The report number J.No. 51171/92-0019 should also be quoted. (AB)

  11. Design Characteristics of the APR+ Containment Spray System

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    We, KEPCO E and C, are implementing APR+ design development phase II project, which is owned by the KHNP. The APR+ Containment Spray (CS) System is developed as a four (4) 100%-capacity train system which shares the pumps, heat exchangers, valves, and piping with the Shutdown Cooling (SC) System, meeting the N+2 design concept (capable of satisfying the safety function with a single failure and a concurrent component unavailability due to maintenance) and still maintaining the number and capacity of the system components similar to the APR1400 CS System and SC System combined. The design concept and system configuration of the APR+ CS System are presented

  12. Design Characteristics of the APR+ Containment Spray System

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    Doh, Gyu Bong; Park, Jong Ha; Chang, Jae Wang [KEPCO Engineering and Construction Co., Yongin (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-05-15

    We, KEPCO E and C, are implementing APR+ design development phase II project, which is owned by the KHNP. The APR+ Containment Spray (CS) System is developed as a four (4) 100%-capacity train system which shares the pumps, heat exchangers, valves, and piping with the Shutdown Cooling (SC) System, meeting the N+2 design concept (capable of satisfying the safety function with a single failure and a concurrent component unavailability due to maintenance) and still maintaining the number and capacity of the system components similar to the APR1400 CS System and SC System combined. The design concept and system configuration of the APR+ CS System are presented

  13. Performance analysis of a Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System in APR+

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    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+), which is a GEN III+ reactor based on the APR1400, is being developed in Korea. In order to enhance the safety of the APR+, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been adopted in the APR+. The PAFS replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) by introducing a natural driving force mechanism while maintaining the system function of cooling the primary side and removing the decay heat. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the performance of the PAFS under design basis events using best-estimated thermalhydraulic codes

  14. Contribution à l'étude de l'anatomie fonctionnelle de l'oreille et de la surdité chez les carnivores domestiques

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    Simeon, Ludovic

    2003-01-01

    L'étude de la surdité chez les Carnivores domestiques est, à l'heure actuelle, une pathologie peu décrite en médecine vétérinaire. Ainsi, ce travail constitue une synthèse bibliographique des données disponibles sur ce thème en médecine vétérinaire (et parfois en médecine de l'homme). En effet, pour pouvoir, par la suite, bien appréhender les mécanismes pathologiques de la surdité, la première partie de ce travail est consacrée aux bases anatomiques (embryologie comprise) et physiologiques...

  15. Les inégalités socio-spatiales de consommation domestiques d'électricité à Besançon

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    Najib, Kawtar

    2008-01-01

    La maîtrise de l'énergie est devenue depuis des décennies une préoccupation mondiale émergente. Malgré le fait que l'électricité représente un faible pourcentage de la consommation d'énergie des ménages, nous avons cherché à analyser ce type d'énergie car elle lie le consommateur, le logement et l'espace et surtout elle renvoie à de nombreux équipements domestiques et à certains comportements d'utilisation. Ainsi, cette étude tente d'apporter, à travers une enquête statistique, une réflexion ...

  16. Déjections des herbivores domestiques au pâturage : caractéristiques et rôle dans le fonctionnement des prairies

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    Bloor, Juliette; Jay-Robert, Pierre; Le Morvan, Aline; Fleurance, Géraldine

    2012-01-01

    Trois principaux facteurs conditionnent les caractéristiques physiques (taille des dépôts) et chimiques (teneur en eau, en nutriments…) des déjections des herbivores domestiques au pâturage : l’espèce, l’état physiologique de l’animal et la qualité de l’herbe ingérée, qui dépendra elle-même de la composition du tapis végétal et des conditions climatiques. À travers les déjections solides s’opère une restitution de matière organique et d’éléments nutritifs non assimilés vers le système sol-pla...

  17. Vingt ans après…

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    François Burgat

    2002-05-01

    Full Text Available Le dixième numéro des Chroniques Yéménites, publié vingt ans après la création du Centre Français d'Archéologie et de Sciences Sociales de Sanaa reflète des ambitions souvent exprimées: donner une chance aux jeunes chercheurs et couvrir un large éventail disciplinaire au service de l'affirmation de la vocation régionale du Centre. Depuis Sanaa ou Paris, chercheurs, doctorants ou stagiaires, de l'Ecole normale supérieure, de l'INALCO, de l'Université de Sanaa et de bon nombre d'institu...

  18. The general theory of relativity a mathematical exposition

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    Das, Anadijiban

    2012-01-01

     The General Theory of Relativity: A Mathematical Exposition will serve readers as a modern mathematical introduction to the general theory of relativity. Throughout the book, examples, worked-out problems, and exercises (with hints and solutions) are furnished. Topics in this book include, but are not limited to: • tensor analysis • the special theory of relativity • the general theory of relativity and Einstein’s field equations • spherically symmetric solutions and experimental confirmations • static and stationary space-time domains • black holes • cosmological models • algebraic classifications and the Newman-Penrose equations • the coupled Einstein-Maxwell-Klein-Gordon equations • appendices covering mathematical supplements and special topics Mathematical rigor, yet very clear presentation of the topics make this book a unique text for both university students and research scholars. Anadijiban Das has taught courses on Relativity Theory at The University College of Dublin, Irelan...

  19. Bioréacteur à membranes immergées pour le traitement d’eaux usées domestiques. Influence des conditions de filtration et de l’hydrodynamique sur les performances du procédé.

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    Van Kaam, Romuald

    2005-01-01

    Le travail présenté dans ce mémoire est focalisé sur la compréhension de l’action des paramètres de filtration (temps de filtration, de non filtration, de rétrolavage, mode et débit d’aération) dans un BAMI pour le traitement d’eaux usées domestiques. La partie expérimentale a été conduite en deux temps. Tout d’abord sur effluent synthétique pour tester différentes conditions opératoires de filtration dans des conditions biologiques maîtrisées puis sur effluent domestique afin de valider les ...

  20. Performance Analysis of APR+ PAFS for CDF evaluation

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    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+), which is a GEN III+ reactor based on the APR1400, is being developed in Korea. In order to enhance the safety of the APR+, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been adopted. The PAFS replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) by introducing a natural driving force mechanism while maintaining the system functions of cooling the primary side and removing the decay heat. As the PAFS completely replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS), it is necessary to verify its cooling capacity for the core damage frequency (CDF) evaluation. This paper discusses the cooling performance of the PAFS in transient accidents

  1. Performance Analysis of APR+ PAFS for CDF evaluation

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    Kang, Sang Hee; Kim, Han Gon [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2011-05-15

    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+), which is a GEN III+ reactor based on the APR1400, is being developed in Korea. In order to enhance the safety of the APR+, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been adopted. The PAFS replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) by introducing a natural driving force mechanism while maintaining the system functions of cooling the primary side and removing the decay heat. As the PAFS completely replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS), it is necessary to verify its cooling capacity for the core damage frequency (CDF) evaluation. This paper discusses the cooling performance of the PAFS in transient accidents

  2. Involvement of Stringent Factor RelA in Expression of the Alkaline Protease Gene aprE in Bacillus subtilis

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    Hata, Michihiro; Ogura, Mitsuo; Tanaka, Teruo

    2001-01-01

    Expression of Bacillus subtilis aprE, encoding an extracellular alkaline protease, is positively regulated by phosphorylated DegU, the regulator of a two-component regulatory system, DegS-DegU. We found that the expression of an aprE′-′lacZ fusion was greatly reduced in a disruption mutant with a mutation of relA, which encodes the stringent factor RelA. The level of DegU in the relA mutant was similar to that in the wild-type cell. A relA degU double mutation did not result in a further decr...

  3. AMERICAN MANUFACTURING, AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY AND THE LABOR QUESTION AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE OF 1867

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    Gregory Zieren

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available The Paris Exposition Universelle of 1867 was devoted to the theme, “The History of Labor,” and awarded special prizes to firms with paternalistic labor policies to promote harmony between workers and employers. The guiding spirit of the Exposition and its labor theme was the French social thinker, Frédéric Le Play. American technology was a second trend on view at the Exposition, and American firms, including the Pacific Mills of Lawrence,MA won gold medals and international recognition.

  4. The development of a passive auxiliary feedwater system in APR+

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    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+) is being developed in Korea. APR+ is a GEN III+ reactor on the basis of the APR1400. To meet the requirements of GEN III+ reactors, the economics and the safety of the APR+ are further enhanced. One of the basic principles of APR+ safety systems is the adoption of hybrid safety systems. Passive safety systems replace the current active safety systems from an economic point of view. The passive aux. feedwater system (PAFS) is one of the passive safety features adopted in the APR+. The PAFS replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system by introducing a natural driving force mechanism while maintaining the system's basic Junction of cooling down the primary side and removing the decay heat. In order to satisfy the single failure criterion, the PAFS is composed of two independent trains. Each train has one steam condensing heat exchanger of 100% capability and one PCCT (Passive Condensation Cooling water Tank) of 100% capability. Basic design is underway and separate effect tests and integral effect tests will be performed to demonstrate the performance of the PAFS. (authors)

  5. Valérie PIETTE, Domestiques et servantes. Des vies sous condition. Essai sur le travail domestique en Belgique au 19e siècle, Bruxelles, Académie royale de Belgique, 2000, 521 p. ; Sextant, Revue du Groupe interdisciplinaire d'Etudes sur les Femmes, n

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    Dauphin, Cécile

    2003-01-01

    Depuis les travaux pionniers des années 1970, les domestiques étaient restés en marge des problématiques de l'histoire du travail et de l'histoire des femmes. Et pourtant, l'évolution de la condition ancillaire décline un ensemble de questions essentielles à la compréhension du tissu social et de la place des femmes sur le marché du travail. La recherche de Valérie Piette sur la Belgique du XIXe siècle en est une brillante démonstration. Elle repose sur une exploration méthodique des ...

  6. Influence of duration of exposition in the Chernobyl zone on spontaneous and chemically induced mutagenesis

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    The cycle of researches according to influence of an exposition of laboratory mice of line Af in a zone of Chernobyl disaster on spontaneous and chemically induced mutagenesis has been performed. The frequency of micronucleated erythrocytes in the mouse bone marrow was increase in term of an exposition in a zone of Chernobyl disaster with 1 till 4 months in comparison with the control. (authors)

  7. The core design of the advanced power reactor plus (APR+)

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    Advance Power Reactor Plus (APR+), a pressurized water reactor and an improved nuclear power reactor based on the Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe (APR1400) in Korea, has been developed with 18-month cycle operation strategy from its initial core. The APR+ core power is 4290 MWth which corresponds to a 1500 MWe class nuclear power plant. The reactor core consists of 257 fuel assemblies. Comparing with APR1400 core design, 16 fuel assemblies are added. Its cycle length is expected about 450 EFPD directly from initial core, although most of previous other plants had been started according to their annual or 15-month cycle operation schedule at their initial core and gone to 18-month after third - fourth cycle. In order to reduce the peaking power, fuel pin configurations of the assembly, are optimized by using some low enriched fuel pins and gadolinia bearings. APR+ core has been met the requirements as well as the above cycle length requirement; 1) peaking factor, 2) Negative MTC(Moderator Temperature Coefficient), 3) sufficient shutdown margin, 4) convergent Xenon stability Index. The maximum rod burnup and the discharge fuel assembly burnup are also satisfied those of the limit. It is expected to acquire the standard design approval by the end of 2012 by the Korean nuclear regulatory. (authors)

  8. Development of Reference Source Terms for EU-APR1400

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    These source terms are developed for the typical U. S. NPP and do not reflect the design characteristics of EU-APR1400 (1,400 MWe PWR) which will be applied for the EUR certification in European countries. The process of developing the RST for EU-APR1400 is to undergo a similar process that NUREG-1465 had gone through when it came out with its proposed source terms. The purpose of this study is to develop the EU-APR1400 design-specific RST complied with the EUR. The Large LOCA is the reference equence used in the NUREG-1465 evaluation, whereas the EUAPR1400 risk-significant sequences are dominated by small LOCA and non-LOCA sequences. Moreover, when considering the EU-APR1400 has many design features to mitigate the consequences of severe accident phenomena, it is not surprising that the aspects of both release fractions and durations are distinctly different from NUREG-1465. This RST will be continuously updated to reflect to the design features of EU-APR1400, and then, be used as the reference for design purposes such as criteria satisfaction of radioactivity releases, equipment survivability, control room habitability for severe accident, and so on

  9. Ethnographic museum exposition as a function of communication process: An example of the permanent exposition in the Ethnographic museum in Belgrade

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    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Research about the meanings of the permanent exposition in the Ethnographic museum in Belgrade, which communication-wise points to the individual cultural projects as a function of incorporating and establishing specific viewpoints into one's own cultural system. Within developments of museum logy science, which resulted as a recent museum exposition, can be seen the ways and byways of the pre-memocentric expographic model. Three floors where the exposition was placed indicate multi-layered ideationally-conceptual syndrome, which - based on specific and inadvertent messages - point to several segments in real and symbolic space for communication between exposition's author and consumers. As a function of cultural mediators, authors present objects which represent public communication space as opposed to the objects from the private communication space. Such approach points to the functional symbolic reality of two models - proclaimed mainstream as a function of wanted model and everyday functional model of conduct. That way semantic premise is underlined, which in each community separates communication channels into mythologized stereotyped and prejudiced semantic space and realistic existence.

  10. System Response Analysis of LOCV for APR1400 Using KNAP

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    Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI) of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has been developed the non-loss-of-coolant accident (non-LOCA) analysis methodology, called as the Korea Non-LOCA Analysis Package (KNAP), for the typical Optimized Power Reactor 1000 (OPR1000) plants. Considering current licensing methodology conducted by ABB-CE, however, the KNAP could be applied to Advanced Power Reactor 1400 (APR1400). In spite of some difference in components of two plant types, there is a close resemblance between their nuclear steam supply systems (NSSS). So, in this study, the loss of condenser vacuum (LOCV) event were analyzed using KNAP for APR1400 to estimate the feasibility of the application and the results were compared with those given in APR1400 Standard Safety Analysis Report (SSAR), which were calculated using the CESEC-III code of ABB-CE. Through the study, it was concluded that the KNAP could be applicable to APR1400 on the view point of LOCV event

  11. Verbal Communication in the APR1400 Advanced Control Room

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    This paper introduces the characteristics of communication in advanced main controlghd rooms (MCRs) and some observations from a case study performed for APR1400 MCR. In advanced MCRs, operators need not maintain the same communication patterns as they do in conventional ones. For example, a senior reactor operator (SRO) does not have to rely on board operators for information acquisition and can get any information from his/her own workstation. This situation may also bring about new problems in MCRs such as lack of shared situation awareness and collaboration between MCR operators. To cope with these problems, the APR1400 MCR adapts several approaches in design and training for encouraging operators to communicate with each other. This paper introduces the possible changes of communication patterns and the countermeasures in design and training. Some findings from an integrated system validation for Shin Kori Units 3 and 4 are also presented

  12. Nuclear power protection systems performance study for APR 1400

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    A study on plant protection system (PPS) of advanced power reactor (APR) 1400 which is one of the system to maintain nuclear power plant (NPP) operation safe and controllable has been conducted. The controllability aspect of NPP operation is an important aspect to assure the NPP operation safe and reliable. Accordingly, the study is limited in the performance of PPS. The method used in the study includes literature study, data collection, as well as review and analysis. The purpose of this study is to recognize that PPS performance can assure the NPP operation safely and controllable. The study concludes that there are several measurement parameters that actuate PPS systems to trip the reactor such as high pressurizer pressure, low pressurizer pressure, high containment building pressure and also manual trip. These parameters are measured by parallel sensor with parallel arrangement set on set point suitable with APR 1400 safety standard. (author)

  13. Preliminary Results Of LOCA Problem For APR1400 Reactor

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    Several features of NPP with APR1400 nuclear reactor during a loss of coolant accident (LOCA) are investigated in this study. The report describes some main design characteristics of an engineering safety systems of APR1400 and the thermal hydraulic calculation results for steady-state using MARS and RELAP/SCDAPSIM codes. Large Break LOCA accident has been analyzed and evaluated based on acceptable criteria for ECCS given by US NRC. The results from cold leg break LOCA with broken area of 0.0465 m2 in case of high pressure safety injection system (HPSI) failed to operate or 2 and 4 HPSI pumps are activated. The preliminary results of this work is a part of collaboration between INST researchers and KAERI experts in using RELAP tool for safety analysis of NPPs. (author)

  14. Conceptual Design of Passive Containment Cooling System Based on APR+

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    Jeon, Byongguk; No, Heecheon [Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-05-15

    Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) is expected to work well under extended SBO, but is vulnerable to extended SBO coupled with loss of coolant accident (LOCA). Various reactors have been developed, such as AP1000, ESBWR, and KERENA, with passive containment cooling systems (PCCSs) dealing with the accident scenario of SBO with LOCA. The performance of the PCCSs is already or almost validated. Though PCCS is well adopted into BWRs, there has been no success in PWRs with concrete containment. In this paper, we suggest a new PCCS based on APR+ and represent scoping analysis results. The Fukushima accident proved the importance of treating extended SBO. To deal with extended SBO with LOCA scenario, the PCCS based on APR+ is suggested and evaluated roughly for the first time as a PWR with concrete containment.

  15. To Hell with the Wigs! Native American Representation and Resistance at the World's Columbian Exposition

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    Rinehart, Melissa

    2012-01-01

    The World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, in celebration of the quadricentennial anniversary of Columbus's landing in the Americas, spread over six hundred acres of reclaimed marsh lands in Chicago's South Side. Fourteen great buildings and two hundred additional buildings stood on the fairgrounds, and if tourists had visited every exhibit, they…

  16. Rural Schools, Social Capital and the Big Society: A Theoretical and Empirical Exposition

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    Bagley, Carl; Hillyard, Sam

    2014-01-01

    The paper commences with a theoretical exposition of the current UK government's policy commitment to the idealised notion of the Big Society and the social capital currency underpinning its formation. The paper positions this debate in relation to the rural and adopts an ethnographically-informed methodological approach to provide an…

  17. [Children with Multiple Risk Factor Exposition Benefit from the German "Strengthening Families Program"].

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    Bröning, Sonja; Sack, Peter-Michael; Thomsen, Monika; Thomasius, Rainer

    2016-09-01

    Children with Multiple Risk Factor Exposition Benefit from the German "Strengthening Families Program" The German adaptation of the substance use-preventive family-based Strengthening Families Program 10-14 (SFP, Iowa version) was evaluated in a longitudinal two-year follow-up trial. Participants were N = 292 children with a mean age of twelve years at baseline, and N = 292 parents. We employed a multi-centric, randomized-controlled, two-armed (SFP vs. minimal control condition) study design. Following a "risk moderation hypothesis", we assumed that children with an elevated risk-exposition R(+) would benefit more than children with a low risk-exposition R(-) irrespective of the preventive intervention, and that R(+) under SFP would benefit more than R(+) under the minimal control condition. "Risk-exposition" was measured in correspondence with the Communities That Care Youth Survey-questionnaire. A total of 28 % of children were classified with an elevated risk level. Children's reports confirmed our hypothesis: R(+) report a total of eleven improvements, four of these being significantly more distinct than in the other groups (Anxiety-Depressivity, Punitive Parenting of mother, Punitive Parenting of father, Unbalanced family functioning). In three measures an improvement appears solely in R(+) under SFP (Satisfaction with family functioning, School Attachment and Peer Relationship Quality, Quality of Life). Parents' reports showed a similar tendency, but were less pronounced. PMID:27595812

  18. Biomarkers of exposition to ionizing radiation and hematology parameters in fitness for work. Case Report

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    Ionizing radiation is frequently used in medicine, especially during diagnostic procedures. The workers who are exposed to radiation have obligation for periodic check up. Presented case shows changes in hematological parameters and biomarkers of exposition to ionizing radiation (chromosome aberrations, structural changes and micronucleus test). The aim of this case report is to indicate metodology of diagnostic procedures for chronicle radiation syndrome. (author)

  19. Design features of Advanced Power Reactor (APR) 1400 steam generator

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    Advanced Power Reactor 1400 (APR 1400) which is to achieve the improvement of the safety and economical efficiency has been developed by Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (KHNP) with the support from industries and research institutes. The steam generator for APR 1400 is an evolutionary type from System 80+, which is the recirculating U-tube heat exchanger with integral economizer. Compared to the System 80+ steam generator, it is focused on the improved design features, operating and design conditions of APR 1400 steam generator. Especially, from the operation experience of Korean Standard Nuclear Power Plant (KSNP) steam generator, the lessons-learned measures are incorporated to prevent the tube wear caused by flow-induced vibration (FIV). The concepts for the preventive design features against FIV are categorized to two fields; flow distribution and dynamic response characteristics. From the standpoint of flow distribution characteristics, the egg-crate flow distribution plate (EFDP) is installed to prevent the local excessive flow loaded on the most susceptible tube to wear. The parametric study is performed to select the optimum design with the efficient mitigation of local excessive flow. ATHOS3 Mod-01 is used and partly modified to analyze the flow field of the APR 1400 steam generator. In addition, the upper tube bundle support is designed to eliminate the presence of tube with a low natural frequency. Based on the improved upper tube bundle support, the modal analysis is performed and compared with that of System 80+. Using the results of flow distribution and modal analysis, the two mechanisms of flow-induced vibration are investigated; fluid-elastic instability (FEI) and random turbulence excitation (RTE). (authors)

  20. Regulatory Approach for Oversight of APR1400 Constructions

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    This presentation treats of the regulatory approach for the oversight of the APR 1400. It first introduces the licensing system in Korea and after that it describes the inspection program during the construction and commissioning, operation and finally decommissioning phase. Special emphasis is put on the installation inspection (52 items), cold functional inspections (77 items), hydrostatic and hot functional test inspection (23 items) and initial fuel loading and startup test inspections (33 items)

  1. Performance verification test for APR1400 fluidic device

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    Using the full scale test facility called 'VAPER', five sets of repeatability tests have been carried out to verify the performance of the Fluidic Device which is adopted in the standard design of APR1400. Quality assurance program for the APR1400 Fluidic Device verification test has been developed and applied to each set of repeatability test procedure, and precise calibration for major measuring instruments has been performed. Thus, the highest reliability and integrity of the test results was ensured. Throughout the present tests, the repeatability of the major parameter related with APR1400 Fluidic Device performance has been sufficiently confirmed. Total K factor in the actual plant system would be about 16 at high flow condition and about 105 at low flow condition, which is similar to the design goal (about 17 at high flow condition and about 100 at low flow condition) The results of the present research contributes to the smooth construction of Sin-Kori units 3 and 4, and to the promotion of domestic analytic capability for the LOCA of advanced LWR

  2. Pseudomonas syringae evades host Immunity by degrading flagellin monomers with alkaline protease AprA

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    Pel, M.J.C.; Van Dijken, A.J.H.; Bardoel, B.W.; Seidl, M. F.; Van der Ent, S.; van Strijp, J. A. G.

    2014-01-01

    Bacterial flagellin molecules are strong inducers of innate immune responses in both mammals and plants. The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa secretes an alkaline protease called AprA that degrades flagellin monomers. Here, we show that AprA is widespread among a wide variety of bacterial species. In addition, we investigated the role of AprA in virulence of the bacterial plant athogen P. syringae pv. tomato DC3000. The AprA-deficient DC3000 ΔaprA knockout mutant was significantl...

  3. The expositive discourse as pedagogical discourse: studying recontextualization in the production of a science museum exhibition

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    Marandino, Martha

    2016-06-01

    In this paper I report on the sociological and educational particulars of The Biodiscovery Space exhibition of the Life Museum of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, using Basil Bernstein's framework of pedagogic discourse and recontextualization. Data for analysis was obtained from interviews with the exhibition developers, field observations of museum visitors and analysis of exhibition documents. Using the ideas of power, classification and framework, among others, I analyzed the recontextualization process of the production of expositive discourse. Thus, working with Bernstein's idea of classification, I explain the relationship between the discourses of the science of biology, history of science, museology, education, and communication in order to produce an expositive discourse. I also make explicit how agents of the Official Recontextualization Field of the Museum and the Pedagogic Recontextualization Field "....of the Museum determine partly the final expositive discourse of an exhibition". Using the idea of a pedagogic discourse framework, I discuss how the constraints imposed by objects and texts in exhibitions help to create a specific manner of visitor interaction with these elements, "even if they have some autonomy". Considerations about the audience and the intended process of acquisition are presented, when I discuss the control strategies of the exhibition. I propose that the Biodiscovery Space exhibit has a visible pedagogy. Finally, using the collected data I discuss the power tensions created in the production of expositive discourse showing how distributive, recontextualization and evaluation rules work in the context of exhibitions. The study of the dynamics in forming the expositive discourse using Bernstein's framework reveals the individuals and institutions, the selection criteria, the negotiations and the power relations involved. It has the potential to assist both educators and researchers in the museum education

  4. The expositive discourse as pedagogical discourse: studying recontextualization in the production of a science museum exhibition

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    McLaughlin, Cheryl A.

    2014-10-01

    In this paper I report on the sociological and educational particulars of The Biodiscovery Space exhibition of the Life Museum of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, using Basil Bernstein's framework of pedagogic discourse and recontextualization. Data for analysis was obtained from interviews with the exhibition developers, field observations of museum visitors and analysis of exhibition documents. Using the ideas of power, classification and framework, among others, I analyzed the recontextualization process of the production of expositive discourse. Thus, working with Bernstein's idea of classification, I explain the relationship between the discourses of the science of biology, history of science, museology, education, and communication in order to produce an expositive discourse. I also make explicit how agents of the Official Recontextualization Field of the Museum and the Pedagogic Recontextualization Field "....of the Museum determine partly the final expositive discourse of an exhibition". Using the idea of a pedagogic discourse framework, I discuss how the constraints imposed by objects and texts in exhibitions help to create a specific manner of visitor interaction with these elements, "even if they have some autonomy". Considerations about the audience and the intended process of acquisition are presented, when I discuss the control strategies of the exhibition. I propose that the Biodiscovery Space exhibit has a visible pedagogy. Finally, using the collected data I discuss the power tensions created in the production of expositive discourse showing how distributive, recontextualization and evaluation rules work in the context of exhibitions. The study of the dynamics in forming the expositive discourse using Bernstein's framework reveals the individuals and institutions, the selection criteria, the negotiations and the power relations involved. It has the potential to assist both educators and researchers in the museum education

  5. Inactivation of Candida albicans by Corona Discharge: The Increase of Inhibition Zones Area After Far Subsequent Exposition

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    Vladyslava Fantova

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The cold atmospheric pressure plasma generated by the negative corona discharge has inhibition effect on the microorganism growth. This effect is well-known and it can be demonstrated on the surface of cultivation agar plates by the formation of inhibition zones. We exposed the cultures of Candida albicans to the negative corona discharge plasma in a special arrangement in this study: The equal doses of plasma were applied subsequently twice or four times on the same culture on one Petri dish, while the distance between exposed points was variable. Only small differences were observed in decontaminated zone areas for twice exposed agar at the shortest distance between exposed points (1.5 cm. In case of the four times exposed agars, we observed significant differences in inhibition zone areas, dependent not only on the exposition site distances, but also on the exposition order. The largest inhibition zone size was observed for the first exposition decreasing to the fourth one. To check relevancy of these dependencies, we presume to conduct further set of experiments with lower yeast concentration. In conclusion, significant difference in partial inhibition zone sizes appeared only when four expositions on one Petri dish were carried out, whereas no significant difference was observed for two subsequent expositions. The explanation of this effect may be the subject of subsequent remote exposition(s, when minute amounts of scattered active particles act on the previously exposed areas; the influence of diffused ozone may also take place.

  6. Mortalités et dépopulations des colonies d'abeilles domestiques: le cas américain

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    Le Conte, Yves; Ellis, Marion

    2008-01-01

    Après la France et l’Europe, l’Amérique du Nord subit des problèmes de mortalités massives d’abeilles. Un déficit d’abeilles pour la pollinisation et les résultats d’enquêtes auprès des apiculteurs attestent clairement que ce phénomène est très préoccupant pour l’apiculture américaine. Le déclin de ce pollinisateur peut constituer un problème environnemental grave pour les écosystèmes.

  7. Engineering and Directed Evolution of a Ca2+ Binding Site A-Deficient AprE Mutant Reveal an Essential Contribution of the Loop Leu75–Leu82 to Enzyme Activity

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    Eliel R. Romero-García; Alfredo Téllez-Valencia; María F. Trujillo; José G. Sampedro; Hugo Nájera; Arturo Rojo-Domínguez; Jesús García-Soto; Mario Pedraza-Reyes

    2009-01-01

    An aprE mutant from B. subtilis 168 lacking the connecting loop Leu75–Leu82 which is predicted to encode a Ca2+ binding site was constructed. Expression of the mutant gene (aprEΔLeu75–Leu82) produced B. subtilis colonies lacking protease activity. Intrinsic fluorescence analysis revealed spectral differences between wild-type AprE and AprEΔL75–L82. An AprEΔL75–L82 variant with reestablished enzyme activity was selected by directed evolution. The no...

  8. Les intoxications majeures du chat d'après les données du C.N.I.T.V de Lyon 2008-2009

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    Mailland, Vanessa

    2011-01-01

    Les intoxications du chat représentent 21,2% des appels traités par le C.N.I.T.V en 2008 et 2009. Plus des deux tiers des intoxications certaines du chat sont d'origine domestique. Ces données mettent en évidence le groupe des polluants comme principale source d'intoxication (32,2% des intoxications certaines). Les hydrocarbures (12,6%) sont les principaux représentants de ce groupe avec notamment le white-spirit, produit domestique le plus en cause (4,3%). Notre étude montre que les plantes ...

  9. Design of a load following controller for APR+ nuclear plants

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    A load-following operation in APR+ nuclear plants is necessary to reduce the need to adjust the boric acid concentration and to efficiently control the control rods for flexible operation. In particular, a disproportion in the axial flux distribution, which is normally caused by a load-following operation in a reactor core, causes xenon oscillation because the absorption cross-section of xenon is extremely large and its effects in a reactor are delayed by the iodine precursor. A model predictive control (MPC) method was used to design an automatic load-following controller for the integrated thermal power level and axial shape index (ASI) control for APR+ nuclear plants. Some tracking controllers employ the current tracking command only. On the other hand, the MPC can achieve better tracking performance because it considers future commands in addition to the current tracking command. The basic concept of the MPC is to solve an optimization problem for generating finite future control inputs at the current time and to implement as the current control input only the first control input among the solutions of the finite time steps. At the next time step, the procedure to solve the optimization problem is then repeated. The support vector regression (SVR) model that is used widely for function approximation problems is used to predict the future outputs based on previous inputs and outputs. In addition, a genetic algorithm is employed to minimize the objective function of a MPC control algorithm with multiple constraints. The power level and ASI are controlled by regulating the control banks and part-strength control banks together with an automatic adjustment of the boric acid concentration. The 3-dimensional MASTER code, which models APR+ nuclear plants, is interfaced to the proposed controller to confirm the performance of the controlling reactor power level and ASI. Numerical simulations showed that the proposed controller exhibits very fast tracking responses.

  10. Review of APR+ Level 2 PSA. Revision 2

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    Lehner, John R. [Brookhaven National Lab. (BNL), Upton, NY (United States); Mubayi, Vinod [Brookhaven National Lab. (BNL), Upton, NY (United States); Pratt, W. Trevor [Brookhaven National Lab. (BNL), Upton, NY (United States); Kim, Do Sam [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS), Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cho, Yong Jin [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS), Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cho, Sang Jin [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS), Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Kim, In Goo [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS), Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-02-17

    Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) assisted the Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS) in reviewing the Level 2 Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) of the APR+ Advanced Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) prepared by the Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd (KHNP) and KEPCO Engineering & Construction Co., Inc. (KEPCO-E&C). The work described in this report involves a review of the APR+ Level 2 PSA submittal [Ref. 1]. The PSA and, therefore, the review is limited to consideration of accidents initiated by internal events. As part of the review process, the review team also developed three sets of Requests for Additional Information (RAIs). These RAIs were provided to KHNP and KEPCO-E&C for their evaluation and response. This final detailed report documents the review findings for each technical element of the PSA and includes consideration of all of the RAIs made by the reviewers as well as the associated responses. This final report was preceded by an interim report [Ref. 2] that focused on identifying important issues regarding the PSA. In addition, a final meeting on the project was held at BNL on November 21-22, 2011, where BNL and KINS reviewers discussed their preliminary review findings with KHNP and KEPCO-E&C staffs. Additional information obtained during this final meeting was also used to inform the review findings of this final report. The review focused not only on the robustness of the APR+ design to withstand severe accidents, but also on the capability and acceptability of the Level 2 PSA in terms of level of detail and completeness. The Korean nuclear regulatory authorities will decide whether the PSA is acceptable and the BNL review team is providing its comments for KINS consideration. Section 2.0 provides the basis for the BNL review. Section 3.0 presents the review of each technical element of the PSA. Conclusions and a summary are presented in Section 4.0. Section 5.0 contains the references.

  11. Design of a Load Following Controller for APR+ Nuclear Plants

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    The load-following operation of an APR+ nuclear plants is required to restrain the adjustment of boric acid concentration and to efficiently control the control rods for the flexibility of the operation. Especially, axial flux distribution disproportion that is usually caused by load-following operation in a reactor core induces xenon oscillation because the absorption cross-section of xenon is extremely large and its effects in a reactor are delayed by the iodine precursor. Rapid and smooth power maneuvering has its benefits in view of the economical and safe operation of reactors, so it is required that the controller is efficiently designed. Therefore, the load-following operation of an APR+ nuclear plants needs the ultimate automatic control and the advanced control method that satisfies the conditions such as the flexibility, safety and convenience. A model predictive control (MPC) method is applied to design an automatic load-following controller for the integrated thermal power level and axial shape index (ASI) control for an APR+ nuclear plants. Some tracking controllers use only the current tracking command. On the other hand, since MPC considers future commands in addition to the current tracking command, the MPC can achieve better tracking performance. Therefore, the MPC has been applied very much to the control of industrial process systems. The basic concept of the MPC is to solve an optimization problem for generating finite future control inputs at current time and to implement as the current control input only the first control input among the solutions of the finite time steps. At the next time step, the second control input is not implemented and the procedure to solve the optimization problem is then repeated. The power level and the ASI are controlled by the regulating control banks and part-strength control banks together with the automatic adjustment of boric acid concentration. The 3-dimensional MASTER code, which models the APR+ nuclear

  12. Risk inSight catalogue d'exposition sciences, arts et société

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    De type sciences/arts/société, l'exposition Risk inSight veut faire réfléchir sur les risques et met en évidence pourquoi et comment ceux-ci jouent un rôle grandissant dans nos sociétés contemporaines. L'espace d'exposition s'articule en 4 modules thématiques: identifier les risques, habiter les risques, débattre des risques, vivre avec les risques. Installations visuelles et sonores, photographies, modélisations vidéo, interfaces interactives et film documentaire sont mis en dialogue avec une série de contributions de tous horizons scientifiques, pour partager les questionnements des chercheurs avec un large public.

  13. Les Expositions universelles, de 1851 à 2010 : les huit fonctions de la modernité

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    Ory, Pascal

    2013-01-01

    L’Exposition internationale n’est pas par hasard née au milieu du xixe siècle et à Londres (1851), à partir du modèle français de l’Exposition nationale périodique, inventée, elle, à Paris sous la Révolution française, en 1798. C’est, d’une part, le résultat de la compétition des deux modernités – à la fois économique et politique – de ces deux pays et, de l’autre, la meilleure preuve de leur communion dans une même religion nouvelle : la religion du Progrès. Le détail de ladite compétition e...

  14. Showing the World: Chicago’s Columbian Exposition in American Writing

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    Buonomo, Leonardo

    2014-01-01

    This essay examines a representative sample of the substantial body of writing which emerged from Chicago’s 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. This compelling literary legacy is one aspect of that otherwise widely studied event that has so far received only scant critical attention. It is the author’s belief that through a close reading of these texts we can gain precious insights into a defining moment of the American experience, one that signaled the emergence of the United S...

  15. Teaching the Quantal Exposition of the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics

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    von Spakovsky, Michael R.

    2006-01-01

    The author presents his experience in teaching at a graduate level the quantal exposition of a new non-statistically based paradigm of physics and thermodynamics. This paradigm, called the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics, applies to all systems large or small (including one particle systems) either in a state of thermodynamic (i.e. stable) equilibrium or not in a state of thermodynamic equilibrium. It uses as its primitives inertial mass, force, and time and in...

  16. Teaching the Quantal Exposition of the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics

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    von Spakovsky, Michael R.

    2006-01-01

    The author presents his experience in teaching at a graduate level the quantal exposition of a new non-statistically based paradigm of physics and thermodynamics. This paradigm, called the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics, applies to all systems large or small (including one particle systems) either in a state of thermodynamic (i.e. stable) equilibrium or not in a state of thermodynamic equilibrium. It uses as its primitives inertial mass, force, and time and introduces ...

  17. An Exposition of the Potentials and Utilization of Sustainable Culture Fisheries in Africa

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    J.F.N. Abowei; C.C. Tawari

    2011-01-01

    The interactions between fish culture and existing uses of floodplain indicate the need to develop overall and integrated management strategies in order to optimize the exploitation of water resources. In a country where animal protein is an expensive commodity sustainable culture fisheries management is inevitable. This review article is an exposition of the potentials and utilization of water resources in sustainable culture fisheries in Africa particularly in Nigeria. Areas discussed inclu...

  18. 19th Annual conference ampersand exposition: Global strategies for environmental issues

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    The 19th Annual conference and exposition on Global Strategies for Environmental Issues was held June 12-15, 1994 in New Orleans, Louisiana. This volume contains abstracts of the oral presentations. They are organized into the following sections: Environmental Management; Biodiversity/sustainable Development; Gulf Regional Issues; Environmental Ethics/Equity; NEPA Symposium; International Environmental Issues; Global Environmental Effects; and, Risk Assessment. Abstracts of poster sessions are also included

  19. Would-Be Teachers' Competence in Applying ICT: Exposition and Preconditions for Development

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    Palmira PECIULIAUSKIENE; Marija BARKAUSKAITE

    2007-01-01

    Changes in educational technologies modify the role of the teacher and require new competencies. Scientific literature describes competence in using ICT as the wholeness of two structural components - basic and educational ICT competence. The conception has been considered conducting research on would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT. The article deals with the exposition of would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT in the process of teaching practice and focuses on the impact of s...

  20. Concepts and Categories in the History of World Expositions: Introductory Remarks

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    Abbattista, Guido

    2014-01-01

    Over the past twenty years international and universal world expositions have been extensively researched as subjects of a thriving historiography with a distinctly comparative outlook. Numerous academic disciplines – particularly under the impetus of transnational, global and post-colonial approaches – have contributed to our understanding of them as major events tightly linked to fundamental historical phenomena such as nationalism, globalization, imperialism, consumerism, mass society a...

  1. Pseudomonas syringae evades host immunity by degrading flagellin monomers with alkaline protease AprA.

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    Pel, Michiel J C; van Dijken, Anja J H; Bardoel, Bart W; Seidl, Michael F; van der Ent, Sjoerd; van Strijp, Jos A G; Pieterse, Corné M J

    2014-07-01

    Bacterial flagellin molecules are strong inducers of innate immune responses in both mammals and plants. The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa secretes an alkaline protease called AprA that degrades flagellin monomers. Here, we show that AprA is widespread among a wide variety of bacterial species. In addition, we investigated the role of AprA in virulence of the bacterial plant pathogen P. syringae pv. tomato DC3000. The AprA-deficient DC3000 ΔaprA knockout mutant was significantly less virulent on both tomato and Arabidopsis thaliana. Moreover, infiltration of A. thaliana Col-0 leaves with DC3000 ΔaprA evoked a significantly higher level of expression of the defense-related genes FRK1 and PR-1 than did wild-type DC3000. In the flagellin receptor mutant fls2, pathogen virulence and defense-related gene activation did not differ between DC3000 and DC3000 ΔaprA. Together, these results suggest that AprA of DC3000 is important for evasion of recognition by the FLS2 receptor, allowing wild-type DC3000 to be more virulent on its host plant than AprA-deficient DC3000 ΔaprA. To provide further evidence for the role of DC3000 AprA in host immune evasion, we overexpressed the AprA inhibitory peptide AprI of DC3000 in A. thaliana to counteract the immune evasive capacity of DC3000 AprA. Ectopic expression of aprI in A. thaliana resulted in an enhanced level of resistance against wild-type DC3000, while the already elevated level of resistance against DC3000 ΔaprA remained unchanged. Together, these results indicate that evasion of host immunity by the alkaline protease AprA is important for full virulence of strain DC3000 and likely acts by preventing flagellin monomers from being recognized by its cognate immune receptor. PMID:24654978

  2. Quality Control of Concrete Structure For APR1400 Construction

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    Nuclear structure shall be constructed to protect internal facilities in the normal operation against external accidents such as the radiation shielding, earthquakes and to be leak-proof of radioactive substances to the external environment in case of loss of coolants. containment and auxiliary building of nuclear power plants are built in reinforced concrete structures to maintain these protection functions. Nuclear structures shall be designed to ensure soundness in operation since they are located on the waterfront where is easy do drain the cooling water and so deterioration and damage of concrete structures caused by seawater can occur. Durability is ensured for concrete structures of APR1400, a Korea standard NPP, in compliance with all safety requirements. In particular, owners perform quality control directly on the production and pouring of cast in place concrete for the concrete structure construction to make sure concrete structures established with quality homogeneity and durability. This report is to look into the quality control standard and management status of cast in place concrete for APR1400 construction

  3. Severe Accident Management Strategy for EU-APR1400

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    In EU-APR1400, the dedicated instrumentation and mitigation features for SAM are being developed to keep the integrity of containment and to prevent the uncontrolled release of fission products. In this paper, SAM strategy for EU-APR1400 was introduced in stages. It is still under development and finally the Severe Accident Management Guidance will be completed based on this SAM Strategy. Severe accidents in a nuclear power plant are defined as certain unlikely event sequences involving significant core damage with the potential to lead to significant releases according to EUR 2.1.4.4. Even though the probability of severe accidents is extremely low, the radiation release may cause serious effect on people as well as environment. Severe Accident Management (SAM) encompasses those actions which could be considered in recovering from a severe accident and preventing or mitigating the release of fission products to the environment. Whether those actions are successful or not, depending on a progression status of a severe accident to mitigate the consequences of severe accident phenomena to limit the release of radioactive materials keeping the leak tightness of the Primary Containment, and finally to restore transient severe accident progression into a controlled and safe states

  4. Analysis on the Direct Vessel Injection Line Break Accident at APR+ Standard Design

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    Lee, Youngho; Yang, Huichang [TUEV Rheinland Korea Ltd., Seoul (Korea, Republic of); Kim, Kap [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-10-15

    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor +) is the newest design variation of APR1400. The main characteristics of APR+, compared with APR1400, are passive safety systems and dedicated systems for severe accident mitigation. APR+ is under review for standard design certification. In this study, thermal hydraulic analysis on the Direct Vessel Injection (DVI) line break accident postulated in APR+ design was performed. Comparisons of the major parameters which can represent the overall accident behavior during DVI line break accident, several discrepancies between this study and reference data were found and such discrepancies include actuation timing of SIPs and SITs, and also include parameter behaviors of break flow rate and PCT at the accident initiation. These differences were mainly from the different thermal hydraulic models in simulation codes. The behavioral differences for break flow as well as peak cladding temperatures will be examined further as a next step for this study.

  5. Performance validation of advanced safety features of APR

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    This paper briefly introduces recent progress, which is mainly being performed at KAERI, in design and performance validation tests of advanced safety features for the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor plus). The main safety technologies included in the APR+ standard design improvement are an advanced Direct Vessel Injection Plus (DVI+), Fluidic Device Plus (FD+), and Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS). The validation tests of advanced safety features are performed using scaled down model testes. They include: 1/5-Scale air-water test, DVI+ duct vibration test, full scale duct injection test, 1/240-Scale PAFS separate effect test, and ATLAS-PAFS integral effect test. The other design verification tests are also performed. They include: Full scale 3-Fuel assembly cross flow test, 1/5-Scale reactor flow distribution test (to be performed, under construction), Core simulator calibration developing test for core flow test, Full scale advanced Fluidic Device (FD+), CEDM test-to be performed, and IVR and core capture test. The core flow and reactor flow tests are being performed by both experimental and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis for the test facility development. The ECC bypass test is performed using 1/5-scale air-water test facility. The duct test facility. The 1/5-scale core barred vibration test with DVI duct is also performed under the both wet and dry condition. The design goal of PAFS is replacing an auxiliary feedwater system with a passive Steam Generator (SG) secondary cooling system of APR+. In PAFS, the core decay heat is ideogram in the Passive Condensation Cooling Tank (PCCT). The PCCT is located on the top of Auxiliary building. To validate the cooling performance of PAFS, a separate effect test loop has been constructed at KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), which is named PASCAL (PAFS Condensing heat removal Assessment Loop). To quantify the tube heat transfer coefficient of the horizontal heat exchanger, a full scale

  6. Écrire (d’après

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    Full Text Available De l’allusion à la citation, de l’emprunt criard au plagiat déguisé, les jeux d’influences et d’aller-retour avec tel ou tel modèle, grand ou mineur, ont toujours participé de l’élaboration du texte littéraire. Si l’intertextualité est sans aucun doute née en même temps que l’écriture (ou quelques minutes après et que, comme ont pu le montrer notamment Jacques-Philippe Saint-Gérand et Daniel Sangsue, les facettes multiples qu’elle déploie ont toujours suscité l’attention des hommes de lettre...

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    De l’allusion à la citation, de l’emprunt criard au plagiat déguisé, les jeux d’influences et d’aller-retour avec tel ou tel modèle, grand ou mineur, ont toujours participé de l’élaboration du texte littéraire. Si l’intertextualité est sans aucun doute née en même temps que l’écriture (ou quelques minutes après) et que, comme ont pu le montrer notamment Jacques-Philippe Saint-Gérand et Daniel Sangsue, les facettes multiples qu’elle déploie ont toujours suscité l’attention des hommes de lettre...

  8. 14 CFR Appendix H to Part 23 - Installation of An Automatic Power Reserve (APR) System

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    ... 14 Aeronautics and Space 1 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Installation of An Automatic Power Reserve (APR) System H Appendix H to Part 23 Aeronautics and Space FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT... AIRPLANES Pt. 23, App. H Appendix H to Part 23—Installation of An Automatic Power Reserve (APR) System...

  9. Pseudomonas syringae evades host immunity by degrading flagellin monomers with alkaline protease AprA

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    Pel, Michiel J C; van Dijken, Anja J H; Bardoel, Bart W; Seidl, Michael F; van der Ent, Sjoerd; van Strijp, Jos A G; Pieterse, Corné M J

    2014-01-01

    Bacterial flagellin molecules are strong inducers of innate immune responses in both mammals and plants. The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa secretes an alkaline protease called AprA that degrades flagellin monomers. Here, we show that AprA is widespread among a wide variety of bacteri

  10. Pseudomonas syringae evades host Immunity by degrading flagellin monomers with alkaline protease AprA

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    Pel, M.J.C.; Van Dijken, A.J.H.; Bardoel, B.W.; Seidl, M.F; Van der Ent, S.; Van Strijp, J.A.G.

    2014-01-01

    Bacterial flagellin molecules are strong inducers of innate immune responses in both mammals and plants. The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa secretes an alkaline protease called AprA that degrades flagellin monomers. Here, we show that AprA is widespread among a wide variety of bacteri

  11. Histological alterations in liver and testis of Astyanax aff. bimaculatus caused by acute exposition to zinc

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    Daiane Cristina Marques dos Santos; Marli do Carmo Cupertino; Sérgio Luis Pinto da Matta; Juraci Alves de Oliveira; Jorge Abdala Dergam dos Santos

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    This study investigated the effect of acute exposition to zinc (Zn) on histology of the liver and testes of yellow tail lambari (Astyanax aff. bimaculatus). The exposure consisted of six concentrations of Zn (0, 3, 5, 10, 15, and 20 mg/L) for 96 hours of exposure. Fragments of liver and testis were routinely processed and embedded in plastic resin based on glycol methacrylate. Fragments of bones, muscles, liver and testis were dehydrated and digested to quantify the absorption levels of Zn in...

  12. Proceedings of the Bio-Energy '80 world congress and exposition

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    Many countries are moving with increasing urgency to obtain larger fractions of their energy from biomass. Over 1800 leading experts from 70 countries met on April 21 to 24 in Atlanta to conduct a World Congress and Exposition on Bio-Energy. This summary presents highlights of the Congress and thoughts stimulated by the occasion. Topics addressed include a comparison of international programs, world and country regionalism in the development of energy supplies, fuel versus food or forest products, production of ethyl alcohol, possibilities for expanded production of terrestrial vegetation and marine flora, and valuable chemicals from biomass. Separate abstracts have been prepared for 164 papers for inclusion in the Energy Data Base.

  13. Residues of maneb in potatoes and lettuce and their persistence during cooking, washing and uv exposition

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    Lettuce plants were treated each with 0,186 mg of 14C maneb and 1,86 mg unlabelled maneb. The plants were analyzed 30 days later and subjected to washing. Washing eliminates 17,46% of total 14C maneb applied. No Etu was observed in water.Washing and baking cause a significant decrease of EBDC in potatoes samples and the UV exposition involves a decrease of the fungicide and a formation of Etu. On the other hand 54 % and 38% of lettuce and potatoe samples analyzed by CS2 method exceed the authorized norms

  14. Un discret choc des cultures. L’exposition occidentale de l’exotique

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    2014-01-01

    Dans les années 1980-1990, plusieurs expositions ont entrepris de questionner les rapports entre art « occidental » et art « non-occidental ». Chacune des ces tentatives curatoriales revenait sur les relations plus ou moins fantasmées entre ces pratiques artistiques, sans toutefois parvenir à en formuler une version claire. Etrangement, c’est peut-être chez Quatremère de Quincy (1755-1849) que se trouve la clef du rapport mis à l’épreuve par ces récentes présentations.

  15. Exposition concerning small windmills. Appendix to the main report. Vol. 2

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    The second appendix to the main report entitled ''Exposition Concerning Small Windmills'' contains a description of the search for literature on the subject, a survey of relevant properties and a calculation of the ''shadow'' effect of small windmills, demands on electrical technology placed on small windmills, a survey of participating institutions and consultants, descriptions of the way the project was carried out (divided into phases) and maps of developing countries with details of wind conditions and possibilities of obtaining loans from the World Bank. (AB)

  16. Thermal-hydraulic Analysis of SGTR for Supporting PSA in APR+

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    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+) is being developed in Korea. To enhance the safety of the APR+, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been adopted in the APR+. The PAFS completely replaces the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS). It is operated by a natural driving force mechanism when demanding auxiliary feedwater. It could maintain the system function of cooling the primary side and remove the decay heat while operated PAFS. For estimating the safety of APR+ design, the probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) of APR+ is performed. As the PAFS replaces the conventional AFWS, it is required to verify the cooling capacity of PAFS for the accurate evaluation. For this reason, this paper discusses the cooling performance of the PAFS while transient accidents

  17. An ATWS Analysis for EU-APR1400 Following the European Utility Requirement

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    Jung, Minshin; Lee, Cheolshin; Sohn, Jongjoo [KEPCO Engineering and Construction Company., Inc., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-05-15

    This paper presents the results of the evaluation of the ATWS events with respect to Reactor Coolant System (RCS) overpressure and re-criticality for the European APR1400 (EU-APR1400) according to European Utility Requirement (EUR). This paper evaluates the ATWS impact on the EU-APR1400 by applying EUR. Based on the results of safety analysis for ATWS events, all the acceptance criteria for EUR can be satisfied due to the proper functioning of ATWS mitigation systems. However the four events are investigated only in this paper, and hence the results of this paper can not be concluded that the EU-APR1400 design satisfy all requirements for the EUR. Therefore, a further study for all Design Basis Event Category 2 (DBC2) events with ATWS needs to be performed in order to assess the comprehensive impact of ATWS events for the EU-APR1400 design.

  18. Development of Core Simulator (CoSi) for APR1400 And Analysis of LPPT Result using APR1400-CoSi

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    Moon, Sang-Rae; Kim, Yong-Bae; Lee, Eun-Ki [KHNP-CRI, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-10-15

    According to NRC guidelines, Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) is required to be performed in low temperature/low pressure (160 .deg. C/42.2 kg/cm{sup 2}) as well as NOT/NOP (291.3 .deg. C/158.2 kg/cm{sup 2}) because Shin-Kori Unit 3 is FOAK nuclear power plant. Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) is essential to verify the nuclear design and robustness of reactor safety. LPPT consists of initial criticality, Point of Adding Heat (POAH), All Rod Out (ARO) Boron Concentration, Isothermal Temperature Coefficient (ITC), Control Rod Worth measurements and so on. KHNP-CRI has developed the Core Simulator for APR1400 (APR1400-CoSi) in order to improve the ability performing the LPPT. Especially, APR1400-CoSi has enhanced capability to calculate the full Core neutronic parameters by revising RAST-K that is three dimensional real time core kinetic program. APR1400-CoSi has been developed for education-training of Low Power Physics Test(LPPT). Particularly, APR1400-CoSi has an enhanced capability to calculate the full core neutronic parameters by revising RAST-K which is a three dimensional real time core kinetics program. Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) was performed using APR1400-CoSi and the results showed very similar values with the predicted ones. In other words, the initial core model of Shin-Kori Unit 3 in APR1400-CoSi system has been verified to be appropriate enough. Also, it was confirmed that the test range of Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) reamains effective even though the largest incremental bank reactivity is inserted in core by analyzing the power change during the rod SWAP test.

  19. Development of Core Simulator (CoSi) for APR1400 And Analysis of LPPT Result using APR1400-CoSi

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    According to NRC guidelines, Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) is required to be performed in low temperature/low pressure (160 .deg. C/42.2 kg/cm2) as well as NOT/NOP (291.3 .deg. C/158.2 kg/cm2) because Shin-Kori Unit 3 is FOAK nuclear power plant. Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) is essential to verify the nuclear design and robustness of reactor safety. LPPT consists of initial criticality, Point of Adding Heat (POAH), All Rod Out (ARO) Boron Concentration, Isothermal Temperature Coefficient (ITC), Control Rod Worth measurements and so on. KHNP-CRI has developed the Core Simulator for APR1400 (APR1400-CoSi) in order to improve the ability performing the LPPT. Especially, APR1400-CoSi has enhanced capability to calculate the full Core neutronic parameters by revising RAST-K that is three dimensional real time core kinetic program. APR1400-CoSi has been developed for education-training of Low Power Physics Test(LPPT). Particularly, APR1400-CoSi has an enhanced capability to calculate the full core neutronic parameters by revising RAST-K which is a three dimensional real time core kinetics program. Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) was performed using APR1400-CoSi and the results showed very similar values with the predicted ones. In other words, the initial core model of Shin-Kori Unit 3 in APR1400-CoSi system has been verified to be appropriate enough. Also, it was confirmed that the test range of Low Power Physics Test (LPPT) reamains effective even though the largest incremental bank reactivity is inserted in core by analyzing the power change during the rod SWAP test

  20. Implementation of Low Boron Core for APR1400 Initial Cycle

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    Low boron capability of a nuclear power plant is rather a qualitative specification requiring the nuclear power plant to be shut down by control rods alone at any time of a plant cycle according to EUR. The reduction of soluble boron is beneficial since it gives the reduction of the corrosive effects in the plant system and improves plant safety giving more negative MTC. Thus, it is necessary to reduce the amount of soluble boron for the criticality to achieve the low boron capability. However, the reduction of soluble boron has its own set of specific challenges that must be overcome. There are two methods to enable the reduction of soluble boron without modifying plant system significantly. The goal of this study is to investigate the loading pattern to achieve the soluble boron reduction for Shin-Kori Unit 5 APR1400 initial core using the low and high content gadolinia burnable absorbers with standard fuel rod enrichment and to verify the feasibility of low boron core with conventional gadolinia burnable absorbers only. For this study, KARMA has been employed to solve 2-D Transport equation, and ASTRA is used for full core analysis. It was possible to achieve the low boron core for APR1400 Cycle 1 using extended usage of two types of gadolinia burnable absorbers sacrificing fuel cycle economy a little bit while enhancing plant safety significantly. Gd rod patterns within an assembly were optimized through geometrical weighting and loading pattern was developed based on these patterns. The amount of soluble boron reduction achieved is 45.4%. The improvement in plant safety is significant resulting in the reduction of least negative best-estimate MTC by about 4 pcm. Also shutdown margin is increased slightly for low boron core. However, the behavior of axial power shape turns out to be undesirable showing a relatively large fluctuation caused by the more negative MTC. It was found that the low boron core might impose kind of operational difficulty. It is usually

  1. Exposition index calculation from different points in a gamma sterilization plant radiation room

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    Radiation fields produced by a JS-6500 rectangular irradiator source were evaluated. Knowledge of the values of these fields is necessary in irradiation and health physics processes. Techniques for evaluating the dose rates from puntual, linear and plane sources were applied and computer programs for the three sources designed. Fricke, cupric-ferrous and red acrilic dosimetric systems were used, to verify the eight points located along the interior walls of the irradiation room, around the source with 936, 987 Ci of Co-60 (1st-March 1980). When considering the distance between the source and each point of interest the calculated exposition indexes obtained were practically the same for the three source types and were up to 35% greater than the experimental values; in contrast when absorption and buildup of the source were taken in to account, the experimental values were higher than the calculated ones by up to 16%, this in estimating the produced exposition index for a rectangular source at least there two parameters should be included. (author)

  2. Reasons between effective doses for tomographic and mathematical models due to external exposition by photons

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    The development of Monte Carlo codes and new and sophisticated tomographic human models, or based on voxel, motivated the ICRP to propose a revision of the traditional exposition models, which have been used to calculate doses on organs and tissues using mathematical phantoms MIRD-type 5. This article presents calculations made with tomographic phantoms MAX (Male Adult voXel) and FAX (Female Adult voXel), recently developed and also, for comparison, with ADAM and Eve mathematician phantoms. All models were coupled to the EGS4 and MCNP4 codes for full body external irradiation by photons. It were simulated expositions AP, PA and rotational for energies varying between 10 keV and 10 MeV. The effective calculated doses were compared separately to evaluate: the replacement of the Monte Carlo code; the composition of the tissues and the replacement of tomographic phantoms by mathematical ones. Effective doses calculated results indicate that for external exposures by photons to introduce models based on voxels can cause a reduction of about 10% to the energies considered in this study

  3. The exposition of John 17:6-8: An exegetical exercise

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    2003-11-01

    Full Text Available This essay is an exegesis of Jn 17:6-8 aimed at gaining an understanding of what the Fourth Evangelist tries to emphasize and to communicate concerning the character and success of Jesus This essay is an exegesis of Jn 17:6-8 aimed at gaining an understanding of what the Fourth Evangelist tries to emphasize and to communicate concerning the character and success of Jesus’ earthly ministry. Firstly, a discourse analysis is conducted to point out the linguistic symmetric parallelism through which the Evangelist (1 emphasizes the success of Jesus’ ministry, (2 structures the principal components of Jesus’ ministry and the response of his disciples and (3 tries to explain the meaning of these components. Secondly, a theological exposition of these principal components is conducted, in respect of (1 Revelation: … (2 Obedience /Acceptance: … and (3 Faith: … ( earthly ministry. Firstly, a discourse analysis is conducted to point out the linguistic symmetric parallelism through which the Evangelist (1 emphasizes the success of Jesus’ ministry, (2 structures the principal components of Jesus’ ministry and the response of his disciples and (3 tries to explain the meaning of these components. Secondly, a theological exposition of these principal components is conducted, in respect of (1 Revelation: … (2 Obedience / Acceptance: … and (3 Faith: … (

  4. Extended Station Blackout Coping Capabilities of APR1400

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    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant accident shows that an extreme natural disaster can prevent the proper restoration of electric power for several days, so-called extended SBO. In Korea, the government and industry performed comprehensive special safety inspections on all domestic nuclear power plants against beyond design bases external events. One of the safety improvement action items related to the extended SBO is installation of external water injection provision and equipment to RCS and SG. In this paper, the extended SBO coping capability of APR1400 is examined using MAAP4 to assess the effectiveness of the external water injection strategy. Results show that an external injection into SG is applicable to mitigate an extended SBO scenario. However, an external injection into RCS is only effective when RCS depressurization capacity is sufficiently provided in case of high pressure scenarios. Based on the above results, the technical basis of external injection strategy will be reflected on development of revised severe accident management guideline.

  5. APR+ PAFS Cooling Performance Analysis using RELAP5

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    To enhance safety and reliability of nuclear power plant in domestic industry, passive safety system design has been introducing. Especially, passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been applied to the advanced power reactor plus (APR+). PAFS is a facility that replaces an active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) in the existing plant. The system function is to remove the generating heat of primary system during transient and accidents unless main feedwater system is available. PAFS consists of a passive condensate cooling tank (PCCT), a heat exchanger, valves, and pipes as shown in Fig. 1. PAFS design is considered that its performance ensure the safety function. But it is difficult that the performance of PAFS is determined quantitatively unlike AFWS. Because AFWS can be controlled on its flow and enthalpy but PAFS can't be controlled on them. The characteristic of passive safety system can be changed along transient and accident. Therefore some considerations are required about how to determine the PAFS performance and how to find the conservative condition to evaluate it in respect to transient and accidents

  6. Conceptual design of passive containment cooling system based on APR+

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    The accident of the Fukushima nuclear power plant left a profound message toward the need for a passive cooling system which can operate under the extended station blackout. These days, nuclear institutions in Korea are developing Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+). Its distinct characteristic lies on the passive auxiliary feed water system (PAFS) which removes decay heat to a passive condensation cooling tank (PCCT) by natural convection. Though the system is expected to work well under station blackout, the system becomes useless under the loss of coolant accident (LOCA) combined with station blackout. This paper aims at using existing heat exchangers of PAFS and PCCT under LOCA to cool the reactor as well as the containment in a fully passive way. To enhance the condensation rate of heat exchangers in PCCT, we need to produce convective flow in the PCCS heat exchangers. Therefore, the whole region of the concrete containment is divided into 3 chambers: inner, outer, PCCS chambers. An outer chamber is disposed to collect non-condensable gas. The condensate is stored in a condensate storage tank (CST) and injected into the reactor by gravity. This system makes a closed circuit to work indefinitely. A scoping analysis for the containment pressure is performed as a function of various parameters: outer chamber volume and number of tubes in heat exchangers. (author)

  7. Modal analysis of an ECC duct for APR+ reactor barrel

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    Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+) provides four Direct Vessel Injection (DVI) ducts on the reactor barrel to enhance the performance of Emergency Core Cooling System (ECCS). Several studies on safety analysis have verified the excellent performance of the DVI duct. In this study, from the viewpoint of mechanical integrity, modal analyses of two full-scaled DVI ducts have been presented; both numerical analysis and modal tests have been performed in air and water. It was found that the numerical simulation and modal test coincide with each other. The DVI duct is a thin shell of 5 mm thickness, so that harmonic responses to RCP blade passing frequencies should be checked. The dominant passing frequencies are known to be 20, 40, 60, 120 and 240 Hz. In addition, an interesting thing in this study is that added mass effect by coolant seems to be so significant that the natural frequency of the ducts under water could be considerably low as compared with those in air; the natural frequency under water is 60 % lower than that in air. (author)

  8. Verification of SAMG entry condition for APR1400

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    Yun, Junghyun; Kim, Taewan; Kim, Jonghyun [KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School, Ulsan (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-10-15

    In the wake of the Fukushima accident, severe accident management has become important more than ever. While Emergency Operating Procedures (EOPs) focuses on cooling down the core during a design basis accident, the prime objective of severe accident management guideline (SAMG) is to prevent the release of radioactive material into the environment during a severe accident. Only one fixed value of core exit temperature (CET) has been applied for several decades to different types of nuclear power plants (NPPs) in Korea. Although the different types of NPPs have different cladding materials and system designs, the identical CET, i. e., 650 .deg. C, is applied as the entry condition to the SAMG of all the NPPs (except CANDU plants), i. e., Westinghouse type, OPR1000, and APR1400. In this paper, the transition point is re-evaluated for dominant severe accident sequences; station black-out (SBO), small break loss of coolant accident (SBLOCA), and me dium break loss of coolant accident (MBLOCA). In cases of SBO and SBLOCA, the current SAMG entry condition seems proper, while it needs to be reconsidered for MBLOCA case.

  9. APR+ PAFS Cooling Performance Analysis using RELAP5

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    Lee, Kyung Jin; Hong, Soon Joon [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2011-05-15

    To enhance safety and reliability of nuclear power plant in domestic industry, passive safety system design has been introducing. Especially, passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been applied to the advanced power reactor plus (APR+). PAFS is a facility that replaces an active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) in the existing plant. The system function is to remove the generating heat of primary system during transient and accidents unless main feedwater system is available. PAFS consists of a passive condensate cooling tank (PCCT), a heat exchanger, valves, and pipes as shown in Fig. 1. PAFS design is considered that its performance ensure the safety function. But it is difficult that the performance of PAFS is determined quantitatively unlike AFWS. Because AFWS can be controlled on its flow and enthalpy but PAFS can't be controlled on them. The characteristic of passive safety system can be changed along transient and accident. Therefore some considerations are required about how to determine the PAFS performance and how to find the conservative condition to evaluate it in respect to transient and accidents

  10. Study on Maintenance Personnel Development Plan For The Exported APR1400 Commissioning

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    This paper indicates ways to develop maintenance personnel for the exported APR1400 commissioning. The exported APR1400 has not been experienced ay maintenance yet, and requirements for maintenance personnel have not been clarified yet. Based on sound maintenance experience, KEPCO Plant Service and Engineering Company (KEPCO KPS) has studied on maintenance training and career requirement to establish a development plan of the maintenance personnel for the exported nuclear power plant. By defining manpower and training requirement, and mobilization plan, we expect to secure reliability of the exported APR1400

  11. A propos de l’exposition « OIL » d’Edward Burtynsky

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    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available Oil est paru chez Steidl en octobre 2009 (213 planches couleurs.Site Burtynsky : www.edwardburtynsky.comLa Corcoran Gallery of Art vient d’exposer pour la première fois plus de 50 photographies d’Edward Burtynsky, photographe canadien né en 1955 à St. Catharines, en Ontario, dont l’œuvre a acquis en quelques années une reconnaissance internationale.Une petite sélection a été également présentée au public à Toronto et à New York dans les galeries représentant Burtynsky. Cette exposition itiné...

  12. Radiologist's exposition during the radioscopy of the digestive tract in esophagus-gastro-duodenum studies

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    The results of personal dosimetry confirm that one of the most exposed groups to the ionizing radiations is those of Radiologists who work with radioscopy of the digestive tract. However, the particular conditions of the exposition complicate the interpretation of the reading for the values obtained on the dosimeter. In order to improve such interpretation, it has done simultaneous measurements with the routine dosimeter and with thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLD) of lithium fluoride(LiF). It has selected eight places on the worker's body and located such dosimeters, so that the dose was integrated during thirty studies. It could verify that, if the dosimeter is located in agreement with the recommendations of the International Commission of Radiological Protection(ICRP), the reading overestimates in several times the dose in whole body(or effective dose). It has also considered that the amount of such procedures done by the radiologist is limited in this case, by the effective dose

  13. Additive combinatorics: with a view towards computer science and cryptography - An exposition

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    2011-01-01

    Recently, additive combinatorics has blossomed into a vibrant area in mathematical sciences. But it seems to be a difficult area to define; maybe because of a blend of ideas and techniques from several seemingly unrelated contexts which are used there. One might say that additive combinatorics is a branch of mathematics concerning the study of additive structures in sets equipped with a group structure; and perhaps other structure that interacts with the group structure. This newly emerging field has seen tremendous advancements over the last few years, and has recently become a focus of attention amongst both mathematicians and computer scientists. This fascinating area has been enriched by its formidable links to combinatorics, number theory, harmonic analysis, ergodic theory, and some other branches; all deeply cross-fertilize each other holding great promise for all of them! There is a considerable number of incredible problems, results, and novel applications in this thriving area. In this exposition, we...

  14. Would-Be Teachers' Competence in Applying ICT: Exposition and Preconditions for Development

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    2007-10-01

    Full Text Available Changes in educational technologies modify the role of the teacher and require new competencies. Scientific literature describes competence in using ICT as the wholeness of two structural components - basic and educational ICT competence. The conception has been considered conducting research on would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT. The article deals with the exposition of would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT in the process of teaching practice and focuses on the impact of studying informatics in forms 11 and 12 on the development of the latter competence. Research disclosed that would-be teachers had fully mastered ordinary abilities demonstrating basic and educational competencies in ICT. The development of would-be teachers' competence has been accepted as a permanent process starting yet before the studies at university within the process of learning informatics in forms 11 and 12.

  15. La création de l’Exposition Cinématographique Cannoise en 1939

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    2004-01-01

    La création de l’Exposition Cinématographique Cannoise en 1939 peut être entièrement considérée comme un événement marquant dans l’histoire des Alpes-Maritimes. En effet, le projet de cette manifestation (qui devient définitivement en 1946 le Festival International du Film) peut s’envisager comme “fait notable” à part entière, rassemblant trois caractéristiques essentielles : Pensé avant tout comme un outil de diplomatie internationale, il est au centre de la lutte idéologique engagée par l’...

  16. Current status of integrated HFE V and V system of APR1400

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    The first Advanced Light Water Reactor called Advanced Power Reactor (APR1400) has many specific features such as passive safety features, digital I and C, and digitalized main control room design. This digital-based neo-concept main control room design needs comprehensive verification and validation process to get the license for construction. An integrated system for APR1400 MMIS design validation is under development by KEPRI with the participating of KHNP. The facility which is based on the NUREG/CR-6393 and ANS3.5 can simulate all of the dynamic functions and responses of APR1400, and measure the human factors by using conventional subject methods and measuring the operator's biological signals. This system will be used in human factors V and V process of the PRM (NUREG0711) of APR1400 MMIS design. (authors)

  17. Exposition of the operator's eye lens and efficacy of radiation shielding in fluoroscopically guided interventions

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    Purpose: Efficacy of radiation protection tools for the eye lens dose of the radiologist in fluoroscopic interventions. Materials and Methods: A patient phantom was exposed using a fluoroscopic system. Dose measurements were made at the eye location of the radiologist using an ionization chamber. The setting followed typical fluoroscopic interventions. The reduction of scattered radiation by the equipment-mounted shielding (undercouch drapes and overcouch top) was evaluated. The ceiling-suspended lead acrylic glass screen was tested in scattered radiation generated by a slab phantom. The protective properties of different lead glass goggles and lead acrylic visors were evaluated by thermoluminescence measurements on a head phantom in the primary beam. Results: The exposition of the lens of about 110 to 550 μSv during radiologic interventions is only slightly reduced by the undercouch drapes. Applying the top in addition to the drapes reduces the lens dose by a factor of 2 for PA projections. In 25 LAO the dose is reduced by a factor between 1.2 and 5. The highest doses were measured for AP angulations furthermore the efficacy of the equipment-mounted shielding is minimal. The ceiling-suspended lead screen reduced scatter by a factor of about 30. The lead glass goggles and visors reduced the lens dose up to a factor of 8 to 10. Depending on the specific design, the tested models are less effective especially for radiation from lateral with cranial angulation of the beam. Occasionally the visors even caused an increase of dose. Conclusion: The exposition of the eye lens can be kept below the new occupational limit recommended by the ICRP if the radiation shielding equipment is used consistently. (orig.)

  18. Development of human factors validation system for the advanced control room of APR1400

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    A human factors validation system for the main control room (MCR) of Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe (APR1400) has been developed as it adopts digitalized human-system interfaces (HSIs). The integrated validation system is composed of process/plant models, HSIs, and the human performance evaluation support system (HUPESS). A real-time thermal-hydraulic code, RELAP5 R/T, was used and modified to simulate the dynamic characteristics of the APR1400, and simulation software, 3KeyMaster, was used to model the balance of plant systems. The HSIs developed in this study include all facilities in the APR1400 MCR, such as large display panels, 3 identified operator workstations, and a safety console. In addition, the remote shutdown workstation has been developed. The display systems in the HSIs have been developed using ProcSee, which is a software tool for developing and displaying dynamic graphical user interfaces. This paper describes the configurations of HSIs including display systems, the dynamic models of the APR1400 simulator, the instructor station, and the HUPESS. This paper also presents the results of plant simulation performance tests at transient compared with the results of RELAP5/MOD3.3 calculations. The human factors validation system for the advanced control room of APR1400 provides high degrees of physical, functional, and dynamic fidelities, and can be used in the validation process of the APR1400 HSI design. (author)

  19. Reliability enhancement of APR + diverse protection system regarding common cause failures

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    Oh, Y. G.; Kim, Y. M.; Yim, H. S. [KEPCO Engineering and Construction Company, Inc., 1045 Daedeok-Daero, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-353 (Korea, Republic of); Lee, S. J. [Chungnam National Univ., 99 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-764 (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-07-01

    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR +) nuclear power plant design has been developed on the basis of the APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe) to further enhance safety and economics. For the mitigation of Anticipated Transients Without Scram (ATWS) as well as Common Cause Failures (CCF) within the Plant Protection System (PPS) and the Emergency Safety Feature - Component Control System (ESF-CCS), several design improvement features have been implemented for the Diverse Protection System (DPS) of the APR + plant. As compared to the APR1400 DPS design, the APR + DPS has been designed to provide the Safety Injection Actuation Signal (SIAS) considering a large break LOCA accident concurrent with the CCF. Additionally several design improvement features, such as channel structure with redundant processing modules, and changes of system communication methods and auto-system test methods, are introduced to enhance the functional reliability of the DPS. Therefore, it is expected that the APR + DPS can provide an enhanced safety and reliability regarding possible CCF in the safety-grade I and C systems as well as the DPS itself. (authors)

  20. Reliability enhancement of APR + diverse protection system regarding common cause failures

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    The Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR +) nuclear power plant design has been developed on the basis of the APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe) to further enhance safety and economics. For the mitigation of Anticipated Transients Without Scram (ATWS) as well as Common Cause Failures (CCF) within the Plant Protection System (PPS) and the Emergency Safety Feature - Component Control System (ESF-CCS), several design improvement features have been implemented for the Diverse Protection System (DPS) of the APR + plant. As compared to the APR1400 DPS design, the APR + DPS has been designed to provide the Safety Injection Actuation Signal (SIAS) considering a large break LOCA accident concurrent with the CCF. Additionally several design improvement features, such as channel structure with redundant processing modules, and changes of system communication methods and auto-system test methods, are introduced to enhance the functional reliability of the DPS. Therefore, it is expected that the APR + DPS can provide an enhanced safety and reliability regarding possible CCF in the safety-grade I and C systems as well as the DPS itself. (authors)

  1. Engineering and Directed Evolution of a Ca2+ Binding Site A-Deficient AprE Mutant Reveal an Essential Contribution of the Loop Leu75–Leu82 to Enzyme Activity

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    Eliel R. Romero-García

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available An aprE mutant from B. subtilis 168 lacking the connecting loop Leu75–Leu82 which is predicted to encode a Ca2+ binding site was constructed. Expression of the mutant gene (aprEΔLeu75–Leu82 produced B. subtilis colonies lacking protease activity. Intrinsic fluorescence analysis revealed spectral differences between wild-type AprE and AprEΔL75–L82. An AprEΔL75–L82 variant with reestablished enzyme activity was selected by directed evolution. The novel mutations Thr66Met/Gly102Asp located in positions which are predicted to be important for catalytic activity were identified in this variant. Although these mutations restored hydrolysis, they had no effect with respect to thermal inactivation of AprEΔL75–L82  T66M  G102D. These results support the proposal that in addition to function as a calcium binding site, the loop that connects β-sheet e3 with α-helix c plays a structural role on enzyme activity of AprE from B. subtilis 168.

  2. Economics enhancement of APR1400 through the application of new construction methods

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    The development of APR1400 (formerly KNGR) project is one of Korea's national G-7 projects, sponsored by the government and KHNP (Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.). APR1400, an evolutionary standard reactor with a thermal output of 4000MWt, upgrades the safety and economic competitiveness of nuclear power, incorporating cutting-edge advanced technologies, while standing on the proven experience of Optimized Power Reactor 1000(OPR1000, formerly KSNP) design. APR1400 has been adopted as the design for Shin-Kori Units 3 and 4. APR1400 development project consisted of three phases in order to check and make only necessary adjustments at the end of each phase and the standard design certification (DC) was issued in May 2002. The project set up the top-tier requirements for the design's safety, economy, operability, maintainability, and construct ability in the earliest design stage. The requirements have been evaluated periodically during the design process, and the results of each evaluation were reflected in the final design. Shin-Kori Units 3 and 4 are the first APR1400 projects, and will be built near the Kori NPP site, where four units are currently in operation and two OPR1000 (Improved Korean Standard Nuclear Power Plant) units called Shin-Kori Units 1 and 2 are under construction. Shin-Kori Units 3 and 4 will be constructed based on APR1400 standardized design, while incorporating the site characteristics and construction and operation experiences of OPR1000. This paper describes new construction methods to improve economics and construct ability of APR1400 to meet the target schedule, which is set to 41.5 months from the first concrete pouring to the fuel loading for the Nth plant. The new construction methods consist of 'Open Top Method' for installation of major NSSS equipment, 'Large Modularization' for the Building Structures, Reactor Vessel Internals and Major Components and deck plate method, etc

  3. Teaching the Quantal Exposition of the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics

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    2006-09-01

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    The author presents his experience in teaching at a graduate level the quantal exposition of a new non-statistically based paradigm of physics and thermodynamics. This paradigm, called the Unified Quantum Theory of Mechanics and Thermodynamics, applies to all systems large or small (including one particle systems either in a state of thermodynamic (i.e. stable equilibrium or not in a state of thermodynamic equilibrium. It uses as its primitives inertial mass, force, and time and introduces the laws of thermodynamics in the most unambiguous and general formulations found in the literature. Starting with a precise definition of system and of state followed by statements and corollaries of the laws of thermodynamics, the thermodynamic formalism is developed without circularity and ambiguity. In this quantal exposition of the new paradigm, a brief review of the formalism of thermodynamics as a general science not limited to stable equilibrium and large (macroscopic systems as well as a very brief summary of the three prevalent formalisms in classical physics are presented followed by a presentation and development of solutions for a number of elementary problems in quantum physics (e.g., a particle in a box, a harmonic oscillator, a rigid rotor, etc.. These solutions and the maximum entropy principle are then used in a constrained optimization to develop the canonical and grand canonical distributions for Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein types of particles, i.e. for fermions and bosons. This is done without the use of analogies between statistical and thermodynamic results and without additional hypotheses such as the ergodic hypothesis of statistical mechanics. These distributions are then employed under various assumptions (i.e. the Boltzmann, constant-potential, point-particle, and continuous eigenvalue-spectrum approximations to derive the corresponding thermodynamic property expressions for perfect, semi-perfect (ideal, and Sommerfeld gases as

  4. Experimental and MARS code simulation of DVI line 25% and 50% break LOCAs using SNUF for APR1400

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    APR1400, is an evolutionary PWR (Pressurized Water Reactor) based on the well-proven OPR1000 design. The APR1400 has adopted DVI (Direct Vessel Injection) system instead of CLI (Cold Leg Injection) system as advanced safety features of ECCS (Emergency Core Cooling System). The configuration of the improved ECCS in the APR1400 is completely different from that in the OPR1000 in which pipes for the safety water injection are connected to the cold leg. In APR1400, the safety water injection pipes are directly connected to the RPV (Reactor Pressure Vessel). Thus, the safety water injection system in the APR1400 is called the DVI (Direct Vessel Injection) system. Moreover, safety water injections by the HPSI (High Pressure Safety Injection) pumps are mechanically separately in the APR1400.

  5. An Exposition of the Potentials and Utilization of Sustainable Culture Fisheries in Africa

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    J.F.N. Abowei

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available The interactions between fish culture and existing uses of floodplain indicate the need to develop overall and integrated management strategies in order to optimize the exploitation of water resources. In a country where animal protein is an expensive commodity sustainable culture fisheries management is inevitable. This review article is an exposition of the potentials and utilization of water resources in sustainable culture fisheries in Africa particularly in Nigeria. Areas discussed include: Meaning and importance of fish culture, reasons for fish culture in natural waters, relevant physiographical and climatic features fish culture in Africa, development of fish culture in Africa, tilapia culture, cultured species of tilapia in Africa carp culture, culture of other fish species, potential fish for pond culture in Africa, brackish water fish culture in Africa, current status of fish culture in Nigeria, specific composition of managed natural stock, cropping procedures and productivity species for culture in Nigeria. These exposes the status, potentials and utilization of fisheries resources in African countries particularly Nigeria. It provides information for management decision in developing her economy through the fisheries sector.

  6. An Exposition on the Nonlinear Kinematics of Shells, Including Transverse Shearing Deformations

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    Nemeth, Michael P.

    2013-01-01

    An in-depth exposition on the nonlinear deformations of shells with "small" initial geometric imperfections, is presented without the use of tensors. First, the mathematical descriptions of an undeformed-shell reference surface, and its deformed image, are given in general nonorthogonal coordinates. The two-dimensional Green-Lagrange strains of the reference surface derived and simplified for the case of "small" strains. Linearized reference-surface strains, rotations, curvatures, and torsions are then derived and used to obtain the "small" Green-Lagrange strains in terms of linear deformation measures. Next, the geometry of the deformed shell is described mathematically and the "small" three-dimensional Green-Lagrange strains are given. The deformations of the shell and its reference surface are related by introducing a kinematic hypothesis that includes transverse shearing deformations and contains the classical Love-Kirchhoff kinematic hypothesis as a proper, explicit subset. Lastly, summaries of the essential equations are given for general nonorthogonal and orthogonal coordinates, and the basis for further simplification of the equations is discussed.

  7. Physique appliquée à l’exposition externe dosimétrie et radioprotection

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    Antoni, Rodolphe

    2013-01-01

    Cet ouvrage fait la synthèse de nombreuses années d'expériences en dosimétrie et techniques de protection contre l’exposition externe, aussi bien dans le domaine industriel que médical. Il rappelle les concepts physiques de base puis propose un certain nombre d'outils d’évaluation des nuisances radiologiques, et les moyens de s'en prémunir, en détaillant notamment les techniques de calcul pour des blindages appropriés. Le premier chapitre traite de la définition des grandeurs radiométriques et dosimétriques fondamentales. Il permet d’aborder au chapitre 2 la question de l'interaction rayonnement-matière sous un angle dédié au dépôt de la dose dans les tissus biologiques. Le troisième chapitre définit quant à lui les grandeurs de protection et les grandeurs opérationnelles liées à la radioprotection. Dans les deux chapitres suivants, l’accent a été mis sur la définition des risques et contre-mesures associées (i.e. protections biologiques) inhérents aux sources de rayonnemen...

  8. Histological alterations in liver and testis of Astyanax aff. bimaculatus caused by acute exposition to zinc

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    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available This study investigated the effect of acute exposition to zinc (Zn on histology of the liver and testes of yellow tail lambari (Astyanax aff. bimaculatus. The exposure consisted of six concentrations of Zn (0, 3, 5, 10, 15, and 20 mg/L for 96 hours of exposure. Fragments of liver and testis were routinely processed and embedded in plastic resin based on glycol methacrylate. Fragments of bones, muscles, liver and testis were dehydrated and digested to quantify the absorption levels of Zn in the tissue. Acute exposure to concentrations above 10mg/L has produced structural changes in the liver and gonads. The changes found in the liver were vascular congestion; decrease of cellular volume; displacement of the hepatocyte nucleus; necrosis; disarrangement of cordon structure; leukocyte infiltrate and vacuolization. The changes found in the gonads were ruptured cyst, delayed development of germ cells, pyknotic nucleus, cell cluster, displacement of cyst wall and vacuolization. The histological changes observed were compatible with the increasing concentration of zinc in environment, compromising liver and reproductive functions, because there was an increase in relative frequency of hepatocytes and reduced sperm production

  9. "Focus on glaciers": an exposition of geo-photos to attract interest on a vanishing beauty

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    Rossi, Giuliana; Bohm, Gualtiero; Saraò, Angela

    2016-04-01

    Public awareness of the effects of industrial activity on the environment and climate is growing, but the information needs to be disseminated to a larger number of people, of all ages, to be effective. Images can certainly be an optimal tool to communicate the important message of global warming effects and, thanks to the digital techniques, photography is gaining a new popularity. Anybody, owning just a phone or a tablet, has a camera to catch images that can be immediately spread worldwide via web sites, on-line newspapers, social media or blogs to convey messages and emotions. Fine art photography can surely help in attracting interest and in educating people. For this reason, we organize an exposition of artistic pictures; the beauty of the images attracts the eyes of the public, discovering an unknown reality and gives the opportunity to illustrate the dramatic retreat of the Alpine glaciers, and the majesty of the Antarctic landscape, put in danger by the climate changes. The glaciers are the main characters, with the infinite grey-blue shadows due to change in ice density, the spectacular staircases created by the seracs, and the contrast with the embedding rocks. A sub-set of the images will be presented in this context.

  10. Effect of time and temperature exposition in the crystallinity degree of sulfonated poly-(styrene acrylic acid) (PSAA-S)

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    Duarte, G.W.; Becker, E.B.; Silva, L.; Naspolini, A.M.; Consenso, E.C.; Paula, M.M.S.; Fiori, M.A., E-mail: glau_bn@hotmail.co [University of Extreme South of Santa Catarina Criciuma, SC (Brazil). Dept. of Materials Engineering; Silveira, F.Z. [Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Florianopolis, SC (Brazil). Dept. of Chemical Engineering

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    Polymers with special properties have been increasingly applied in the development of technological devices. For example, polymeric materials with special electric properties, such as sulfonated poly-(styrene-acrylic acid) - PSAA-S, are of great interest for showing different conductivities depending on the environment where they are applied. The special properties of PSAA are obtained only after sulfonation step in acidic media. The present work aimed to evaluate the effect of time and temperature exposition in the crystallinity degree of PSAA-S, through a statistical experimental factorial planning. The samples of PSAA-S were submitted to FT-IR and DRX tests. The results showed that the temperature and the time of exposition are significant factors in the crystallinity degree of PSAA-S, considering that the crystal lattices created during the polymerization are damaged by the action of time and temperature at which the polymer is exposed. (author)

  11. Estimate of the exposition to the ionizing radiation of the medical veterinarians and its assistants in radiology examinations veterinary medicine

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    Lima, G.; Braz, D.; Lopez, R. [Rio de Janeiro Univ. Federal, COPPE (Brazil); Mauricia, C. [Rio de Janeiro Univ. Federal, Instituto de Radioprotecao e Dosimetria (Brazil); Barroso, R. [Rio de Janeiro Univ. Federal, Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

    2006-07-01

    The absorbed ionizing radiation outside of the permissible limits, can cause biological damages e, therefore it must necessarily be monitored. The dosimetry thermoluminescent is a technique very used to detect expositions in operatorserefore they are sensible crystals the ionizing radiation and allows to evaluate if the dose of radiation is or not below of the restriction levels. In scientific literature many information do not exist on the exposition of a medical veterinarian, with this do not have many data of the individual monitoring of these workers, becoming the work it important for posterior studies. Ahead of this, it was carried through measured of the doses, using the thermoluminescence dosemeters LiF: Mg, Cu, P (TLD-100 H) in the position of the crystalline lens, thyroid, hand and thorax, in three clinics of radiology veterinary medicine, different, having the objective to determine the dose distribution that the workers of radiology veterinary medicine are submitted in one day of work. (authors)

  12. Estimate of the exposition to the ionizing radiation of the medical veterinarians and its assistants in radiology examinations veterinary medicine

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    The absorbed ionizing radiation outside of the permissible limits, can cause biological damages e, therefore it must necessarily be monitored. The dosimetry thermoluminescent is a technique very used to detect expositions in operators, therefore they are sensible crystals the ionizing radiation and allows to evaluate if the dose of radiation is or not below of the restriction levels. In scientific literature many information do not exist on the exposition of a medical veterinarian, with this do not have many data of the individual monitoring of these workers, becoming the work it important for posterior studies. Ahead of this, it was carried through measured of the doses, using the thermoluminescence dosemeters LiF: Mg, Cu, P (TLD-100 H) in the position of the crystalline lens, thyroid, hand and thorax, in three clinics of radiology veterinary medicine, different, having the objective to determine the dose distribution that the workers of radiology veterinary medicine are submitted in one day of work. (authors)

  13. GOTHIC Simulation of APR1400 Auxiliary Charging Pump room heat up

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    Ha, Hui-Un; Heo, Sun [KHNP, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-10-15

    As a part of the Advanced Power Reactor 1400 (APR1400) U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Design Certification (NRC DC) project, we have been investigating Auxiliary Charging Pump (ACP) room heat up. With reference to the design specification of the ACP room, we determined input information and developed a GOTHIC model of the APR1400 ACP room. This calculation model is described herein, and representative results from the calculation are presented as well. The results of the present paper are used to determine the integrity of ACP operating in the accident. APR 1400 GOTHIC model was developed for ACP room heat up calculation. Calculation results confirm that door opening is cooling the room properly. It is found that the difference due to the surface option of heat conductors is insignificant. Based on this result, further studies should be performed to confirm integrity of ACP.

  14. The transition from communism : a diagrammatic exposition of obstacles to the demand for the rule of law

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    Hoff, Karla; STIGLITZ, Joseph E.

    2004-01-01

    In an earlier paper, the authors presented a mathematical exposition of a theory that demonstrated that mass privatization without institutions to limit asset-stripping may not lead to a demand for the rule of law ["After the Big Bang? Obstacles to the Emergence of the Rule of Law in Post-Communist Societies," American Economic Review 94(3), June 2004, pages 753-63]. This report makes the ...

  15. Moving Bodies, Displaying Nations National Cultures. Race and Gender in World Expositions Nineteenth to Twenty-first Century

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    Abbattista, Guido

    2014-01-01

    Over the past twenty years international and universal world expositions have been extensively researched as subjects of a thriving historiography with a distinctly comparative outlook. Numerous academic disciplines – particularly under the impetus of transnational, global and post-colonial approaches – have contributed to our understanding of them as major events tightly linked to fundamental historical phenomena such as nationalism, globalization, imperialism, consumerism, mass society a...

  16. Studies on allergic reactions after exposure to platinum compounds; Untersuchungen ueber allergische Reaktionen bei Exposition gegen Platinverbindungen (VPT 07A)

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    Merget, R.; Schultze-Werninghaus, G. [Berufsgenossenschaftliche Kliniken, Bergmannsheil - Universitaetsklinik, Medizinische Klinik und Poliklinik, Abt. fuer Pneumologie, Allergologie und Schlafmedizin, Bochum (Germany)

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    The aim of the present study was to assess the allergic hazard potential of Pt-containing substances emitted from automotive catalytic converters for the population. This was done by determining exposure-effect relationships in subjects occupationally exposed to platinum compounds in a catalytic converter manufacturing company. The company had been deemed suitable because it could be assumed that the extensive technical industrial safety measures implemented there would make for a considerably reduced exposure to platinum compounds compared to, for example, a platinum separating plant. Exposure-effect relationships were determined on the basis of platinum measurements in a catalytic-converter-manufacturing plant and of a record of new sickness cases. [Deutsch] Ziel der Untersuchung war eine Risikoabschaetzung des Allergie-Gefaehrdungspotentials Pt-haltiger Automobilkatalysatoremittate fuer die Bevoelkerung durch Ermittlung der Expositions-Wirkungsbeziehung bei beruflich gegenueber Platinverbindungen Exponierten in einem Katalysatorfertigungsbertrieb. Der gewaehlte Katalysatorbetrieb war deshalb als geeignet betrachtet worden, weil durch weitgehende technische Arbeitsschutzmassnahmen eine wesentlich geringere Exposition gegenueber Platinverbindungen anzunehmen war als zum Beispiel in Platinscheidereien. Die Expositions-Wirkungsbeziehung sollte durch Platinmessungen in einem Katalysator-Betrieb und Erfassung der Haeufigkeit von Neuerkrankungen im Laengsschnitt definiert werden. (orig.)

  17. Exposition : CERN - Pays de Gex - 50 Ans - Une Histoire parallèle - French version only

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    Dans le cadre du cinquantenaire du CERN, la Commune de Gex présente du 4 au 17 octobre 2004, une exposition réalisée par la Maison de l'Europe, avec le soutien de la Communauté des Communes du Pays de Gex. Cette exposition comporte deux parties : une histoire du CERN de ses débuts en 1954 à nos jours, avec ses grands travaux et ses principales avancées dans la connaissance de la matière, et parallèlement, une histoire du Pays de Gex avec toutes les conséquences d'un grand saut démographique sur l'habitat, les infrastructures, les équipements, l'enseignement, l'emploi et les loisirs. Si vous vous intéressez à votre environnement, à l'évolution de votre région, qu'elle soit votre région de naissance ou d'adoption, venez visiter cette exposition au Carré des Arts, rue de Gex la ville (derrière la bibliothèque), du ...

  18. Evaluation of ex-vessel steam explosion load for APR1400 using IFCI

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    The load of ex-vessel steam explosion for APR1400 is evaluated using the IFCI 6.0 code developed by US NRC. The IFCI code is applied to analyse the FCI experiments of FARO-28, KROTOS-44 and TROI-13 as a code V/V process. The load of ex-vessel steam explosion for APR1400 is calculated based on the conditions applied during the code V/V and the load was compared with the analysis result of licence. The IFCI analysis result shows that the integrity of cavity might not be guaranteed once a steam explosion occurs and the result is in contrast with that of licence

  19. Apparence et jeu, valeur cultuelle et valeur d’exposition chez Walter Benjamin

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    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available À travers le couple valeur cultuelle/valeur d’exposition présent dans son essai sur la reproductibilité technique, Walter Benjamin introduit une conception historique et dialectique de l’apparence. La valeur contemplative que l’esthétique philosophique accorde à la perception esthétique est relativisée au bénéfice d’une conception pratique de la perception, anciennement tangible dans l’activité magique mais possiblement redéployée avec la photographie et le cinéma. Ce texte veut rendre justice à la dimension pratique et politique qui sous-tend la réflexion de Benjamin sur la reproduction technique : la perception auratique est envisagée comme un moment historique indissociablement lié au développement de la technique.By way of the couple cult-value/exhibition-value as present in his essay on artwork and technical reproduction, Walter Benjamin introduces a historical as well as dialectical theory of appearance. The contemplative attitude often identified with aesthetic perception in philosophical aesthetics is thus deconstructed in favour of a practical mode of perception, formely tangible in magical activity but possibly recovered with photography and cinema. The present article proposes to do justice to the practical and political thought that buttresses Benjamin’s reflection on technical reproducibility: auratic perception is envisaged as a historical moment ineluctably linked to the development of technology.

  20. The Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrON) cohort study : rationale and methods

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    Kaplan, Bonnie J.; Giesbrecht, Gerald F.; Leung, Brenda M. Y.; Field, Catherine J.; Dewey, Deborah; Bell, Rhonda C.; Manca, Donna P.; O'Beirne, Maeve; Johnston, David W.; Pop, Victor J.; Singhal, Nalini; Gagnon, Lisa; Bernier, Francois P.; Eliasziw, Misha; McCargar, Linda J.; Kooistra, Libbe; Farmer, Anna; Cantell, Marja; Goonewardene, Laki; Casey, Linda M.; Letourneau, Nicole; Martin, Jonathan W.

    2014-01-01

    The Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrON) study is an ongoing prospective cohort study that recruits pregnant women early in pregnancy and, as of 2012, is following up their infants to 3 years of age. It has currently enrolled approximately 5000 Canadians (2000 pregnant women, their offsp

  1. Assessment of Capability of MARS Code for Safety Evaluation of APR+ PAFS

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    In South Korea, advanced power reactor plus (APR+), as a Korean specific reactor, is currently under development for the export strategy. In order to raise competitiveness of the APR+ in the world market, it is necessary to develop the original technology for the improved technology, economics, and safety features. For this purpose, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) was adopted as an improved safety design concept of APR+: and then there have been many efforts to develop the PAFS. According to PAFS design concept, PAFS can completely replace the auxiliary feedwater system. When the design basis accident, in which feedwater is not available, occurs, the PAFS can remove the residual heat in the core and then prevent the core damage. In order to develop the safety evaluation system for APR+ PAFS, it is required to assess the calculation capability of MARS code for the passive system with the horizontal type heat exchanger. For this purpose, the main contents of this study are: 1) to simulate the TH phenomena such as natural circulation and horizontal condensation heat transfer in NOKO experiment using MARS-KS, 2) to compare the simulation results between RELAP5 and MARS for PAFS input model

  2. CFD Simulation of Acoustic-Induced Vibration in Main Steam Line of APR1400

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    Lim, Sang Gyu; Kim, Tae Jun; Kim, Han Gon [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-05-15

    In recently, many boiling water reactors (BWRs) implement extended power uprate (EPU) to increase economic benefits. After EPU, Quad Cities power plant has been experienced damage of steam dryers due to acoustic-induced vibration. Acoustic resonance is produced by the interaction between the sound field and an unstable shear layer when the dry steam flows across the closed branch pipes such as safety relief valve(SRV). The unsteady vortices are separated at the leading edge of branch pipe and generated fluctuating pressure wave. After this experience, US-NRC issued that the licensee for new type of reactor should perform a vibration assessment program for an adverse flow effect in the main steam line in accordance with regulatory guideline 1.20 revision 3. In Korea, KHNP CRI implements comprehensive vibration program for steam generator of APR1400 and evaluates acoustic-induced vibration in main steam line using a commercial CFD code, ANSYS CFX 13.0. This paper deals with benchmark analysis to obtain applicability and reliability of commercial code for prediction of acoustic resonance phenomenon in case of single branch pipe test. Based on the benchmark analysis, analysis of main steam line in APR1400 plant is performed. In case of APR1400, five main steam safety valves are installed in the main steam line. Finally, this paper shows a prediction result of acoustic induced vibration characteristic in main steam system of APR1400

  3. An integral effect test on the feedwater line break of APR1400 with the ATLAS facility

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    An integral effect test on the feedwater line break (FLB) was performed with the ATLAS facility for an APR1400 as a typical secondary system transient. The objectives of the present FLB tests are to understand the accident progression of the FLB scenario based on the APR1400 preliminary safety analysis report (PSAR) and to assess the prediction capability of system analysis codes such as the MARS, RELAP5, TRACE and SPACE. The main concern of the present FLB test is the peak RCS pressure and the major parameters affecting the peak RCS pressure are the break size, the break location, potential for reverse flow, initial pressurizer level and the initial SG level. The present test is performed for a break on the pipe connected to the economizer with a typical break size. The initial steady-state conditions and the sequence of event of FLB scenario for the APR1400 were successfully simulated with the ATLAS facility. In the present paper, major thermal-hydraulic phenomena such as the system pressures, the collapsed water levels, and the break flow rate are presented and discussed. It could be concluded that the APR1400 has the capability of coping with the hypothetical FLB scenario with an adequate set of controlling devices and proper setpoints. This integral effect test data could also be used to evaluate the prediction capability of existing safety analysis codes of MARS, RELAP5 and SPACE and to identify any code deficiency for an FLB simulation. (author)

  4. Assessment of Capability of MARS Code for Safety Evaluation of APR+ PAFS

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    Jeon, Seong Su; Lee, Byung Chul [Seoul National University, Seoul (Korea, Republic of); Park, Ju Yeop; Seul, Kwang Won [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2011-05-15

    In South Korea, advanced power reactor plus (APR+), as a Korean specific reactor, is currently under development for the export strategy. In order to raise competitiveness of the APR+ in the world market, it is necessary to develop the original technology for the improved technology, economics, and safety features. For this purpose, a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) was adopted as an improved safety design concept of APR+: and then there have been many efforts to develop the PAFS. According to PAFS design concept, PAFS can completely replace the auxiliary feedwater system. When the design basis accident, in which feedwater is not available, occurs, the PAFS can remove the residual heat in the core and then prevent the core damage. In order to develop the safety evaluation system for APR+ PAFS, it is required to assess the calculation capability of MARS code for the passive system with the horizontal type heat exchanger. For this purpose, the main contents of this study are: 1) to simulate the TH phenomena such as natural circulation and horizontal condensation heat transfer in NOKO experiment using MARS-KS, 2) to compare the simulation results between RELAP5 and MARS for PAFS input model

  5. Greta Kaits 9. apr. 1928 - 29. aug. 1946 : [luuletused] / Mats Traat

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    2008-01-01

    Sisu : Greta Kaits 9. apr. 1928 - 29. aug. 1946 ; Villem Hänilane 1898 - 1952 ; Peeter Pedak 1897 - 1953 ; Max Äidse 1903 - 1959 ; Lavinia Laidam ; Buchard Pruus ; Sergei Krivokopõtov ; Allan Luht 5. VII 1962 - 17. V 2007 ; Karl Saarmets 9. III 1924 - 14. IX 1981 ; Raimo Ritsik

  6. La prose d’idées espagnole et le paradigme de l’économie domestique ou l’économie dans la littérature (XVIe-XVIIe siècles

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    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Cette étude tente d’approcher le sens et les enjeux de la présence du paradigme de l’économie domestique dans la prose d’idées espagnole, en particulier dans la littérature nobiliaire et « économique » du siècle d’or espagnol. Inclus dans le vaste champ de la philosophie morale dont l’histoire ramène aux sources antiques et médiévales, le gouvernement de la maison (sens étymologique du terme « économie » peine à s’abstraire, dans les textes de cette « littératures d’idées », d’une chaîne conceptuelle analogique structurante qui la situe entre le gouvernement de la république (politique et le gouvernement de soi (éthique. Or à l’âge classique, la littérature est traversée par des tensions paradoxales qui lui permettent de conserver son rôle de creuset de tous les savoirs mais en même temps la conduisent à favoriser l’autonomisation progressive -mais jamais linéaire- des différents champs de la connaissance. L’article présenté s’attache à faire la part entre les adaptations génériques inventées par la prose d’idées pour s’approprier ces savoirs, l’instrumentalisation dans les discours de l’inclusion de l’« économie » dans la philosophie morale à des fins de stratégies sociales (individuelles ou catégorielles (collectives et les glissements épistémologiques que cela suppose. En passant par les strates de l’analyse générique, socio-historique et épistémologique d’un Discours économique (1652 dû à Antonio López de Vega, ce travail tente de mettre en valeur la promotion d’une « économie moralisée », qui jette les bases d’une possible évolution de l’« économie domestique » dépassant la gestion et l’administration de la maison.El presente estudio intenta medir la significación del paradigma de la economía doméstica en la prosa de ideas española, en particular en la literatura nobiliaria y económica del siglo de oro español. Incluido en el

  7. Association entre exposition au bruit des avions et mortalité par maladies de l'appareil circulatoire en France

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    BOUAOUN, Liacine; Champelovier, Patricia; Lambert, Jacques; Laumon, Bernard; Evrard, Anne-Sophie

    2014-01-01

    Introduction : En France, peu d’études se sont intéressés aux effets du bruit des avions sur la santé, et en particulier sur la mortalité. L’objectif de l’étude écologique du programme de recherche DEBATS (Discussion sur les Effets du Bruit des Aéronefs Touchant la Santé) est d’étudier l’association entre le niveau d’exposition au bruit des avions et le risque de mortalité par maladies de l’appareil circulatoire. Méthodes : La zone d’étude compr...

  8. Exposition de soi et reconnaissance de singularités subjectives sur les sites de réseaux sociaux

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    Granjon, Fabien; Denouël, Julie

    2010-01-01

    Construit dans le prolongement du projet de recherche baptisé Sociogeek, portant sur les usages sociaux des sites de réseaux sociaux (sns) et les pratiques de mise en visibilité de soi sur Internet, cet article s’intéresse aux formes d’exposition de soi produites sur Facebook, et plus particulièrement celles qui s’inscrivent dans le cadre de l’impudeur corporelle (l’une des cinq modalités d’épanchement de soi décelée par l’enquête Sociogeek). Aussi, notre proposition s’appuie sur un travail d...

  9. La pollution de l'air en région parisienne : exposition et perception sur les sites touristiques

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    Duche, Sarah; Duché, Sarah

    2013-01-01

    La métropole parisienne concentre un grand nombre d'activités anthropiques et une forte densité de bâtis engendrant de fortes émissions de polluants. L'ozone, le dioxyde d'azote et les particules dépassent fréquemment les seuils critiques annuels et journaliers fixés par l'Union Européenne et la France. L'exposition à des concentrations exceptionnelles de ces polluants peut engendrer des problèmes respiratoires et cardio-vasculaires pour la population et les nombreux touristes en région paris...

  10. [Picasso à l'oeuvre dans l'objectif de David Douglas Duncan: documentation d'exposition

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    Tiré du site internet des Musées d'art et d'histoire (www.ville-geneve.ch/mah): "Cette exposition célèbre la rencontre entre Pablo Picasso et le photographe américain David Douglas Duncan. C'est en 1956 que Duncan, photographe reporter de guerre pour le magazine Life, découvre Picasso dans sa villa La Californie à Cannes. Cette présentation exceptionnelle fait dialoguer plus de 150 photographies prises entre 1956 et 1973 et autant d'oeuvres de Picasso. Le visiteur est ainsi plongé dans l'inti...

  11. The Garden of the World——Visiting the ’99 China Kunming International Exposition on Horticulture

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    1999-01-01

    THE biggest garden in the world openedas the’99 Kunming InternationalExposition on Horticulture(EXPO’99)drewback its curtains. A scenic area covering 218 hectares inthe northern part of Kunming City has beenselected as the site of the exhibition.Uponentering the gate,visitors will see"thecentury flower-clock”welcoming them.It isprobably the biggest open air flower-clock inthe world,made up of 1,500 potted flowers,with its diameter of 19.99 meterssymbolizing the year 1999.An 800-meter-

  12. Calculation of fuel and moderator temperature coefficients in APR1400 nuclear reactor by MVP code

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    In this project, these fuel and moderator temperature coefficients were calculated in APR1400 nuclear reactor by MVP code. APR1400 is an advanced water pressurized reactor, that was researched and developed by Korea Experts, its electric power is 1400 MW. The neutronics calculations of full core is very important to analysis and assess a reactor. Results of these calculation is input data for thermal-hydraulics calculations, such as fuel and moderator temperature coefficients. These factors describe the self-safety characteristics of nuclear reactor. After obtaining these reactivity parameters, they were used to re-run the thermal hydraulics calculations in LOCA and RIA accidents. These thermal-hydraulics results were used to analysis effects of reactor physics parameters to thermal hydraulics situation in nuclear reactors. (author)

  13. Analysis of Air Cooling Performance in the Coil Stack Assembly for APR+ CEDMs

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    The control element drive mechanisms (CEDMs) are electromechanical devices for withdrawing, inserting, holding or tripping the control element assemblies (CEAs). The driving power for CEDMs is supplied by the coil stack assembly mounted on the motor housing assembly. The Coil Stack assembly is heated by the motor housing assembly contacted with reactor coolant as well as electric resistance of coil. The CEDMs are cooled by air ventilation. The cooling air around the CEDMs flows into the individual cooling shroud and extracts heat from the coil stacks while it passes between the shroud and coil housing. The cooling performance of the CEDMs is closely related to the geometry configuration of coil stack assembly. The expansion of air passage and additional cooling fins are considered to improve the cooling performance of APR+ CEDMs. In this study the optimal design conditions of APR+ CEDMs are investigated by flow analysis

  14. Available Driving Head Following a Loss-of-Coolant Accident in the APR1400 Design

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    The objective of in-vessel downstream effect (IDE) evaluation is to demonstrate that there is reasonable assurance that sufficient long-term core cooling (LTCC) is achieved with debris and chemical products which are postulated to be transported to the reactor vessel. To maintain LTCC, it should be demonstrated that the available head to drive emergency core cooling (ECC) flow into the core is greater than the head loss across the core due to possible debris buildup. In this paper, the available driving heads following a loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) in the APR1400 design were presented. The available driving heads of the APR1400 design were calculated in case of HL break, CL break, and CL break after HLSO operation at the recirculation start time (700 seconds after ECC start). The break size spectrum will be analyzed to calculate the available driving head when the loop seal reformation happens after a small break LOCA

  15. External Reactor Vessel Cooling Strategy Application for APR1400 Station Blackout Scenarios

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    In Korea, all NPPs implemented post-Fukushima measures. In U. S., the approach is to expand B5b strategy to build up FLEX strategies utilizing portable equipment. With portable pumps and connections, one can mitigate and respond to wide range of accidents. In this study, we examined the feasibility of cavity flooding using portable pumps for ERVC and its effectiveness in responding to extended SBO scenarios. The external reactor vessel cooling (ERVC) is one of important severe accident management (SAM) strategies adopted for APR1400. ERVC strategy is to remove decay heat from molten corium in lower plenum by submerging the vessel with water. The strategy requires water injection into cavity and APR1400 uses shutdown cooling pumps for this purpose, requiring electricity. Recent Fukushima accident shows the importance of mitigation capability against extended SBO scenarios

  16. Preliminary System Response Analysis of Rod Ejection Accident for APR1000

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    Korea Electric Power Co. (KEPCO) has designed the Advanced Power Reactor 1000 (APR1000) plants implementing the advanced safety features to Optimized Power Reactor 1000 (OPR1000) plants. Prior to developing the detail design, the preliminary design project has been launched since the end of 2009 as a feasibility study. In spite of some difference in safety- related design concepts of two plant types, they could be treated as the same plants considering the main features or systems. In this study, the rod ejection accident (REA) event was analyzed using Korea Non-LOCA Analysis Package (KNAP) hot spot model (HSM) for APR1000 to examine the feasibility of the design concepts and the results were compared with those values calculated by the Safety Analysis Report (SAR) conditions of typical OPR1000 plants. Through the study, it was concluded that the design concepts and the analysis package could be applicable on the view point of REA

  17. External Reactor Vessel Cooling Strategy Application for APR1400 Station Blackout Scenarios

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    Tran, Quang Diep Khanh; Oh, Seung Jong [KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School, Ulsan (Korea, Republic of); Ro, Seo Mi [KHNP Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-10-15

    In Korea, all NPPs implemented post-Fukushima measures. In U. S., the approach is to expand B5b strategy to build up FLEX strategies utilizing portable equipment. With portable pumps and connections, one can mitigate and respond to wide range of accidents. In this study, we examined the feasibility of cavity flooding using portable pumps for ERVC and its effectiveness in responding to extended SBO scenarios. The external reactor vessel cooling (ERVC) is one of important severe accident management (SAM) strategies adopted for APR1400. ERVC strategy is to remove decay heat from molten corium in lower plenum by submerging the vessel with water. The strategy requires water injection into cavity and APR1400 uses shutdown cooling pumps for this purpose, requiring electricity. Recent Fukushima accident shows the importance of mitigation capability against extended SBO scenarios.

  18. CFD Analysis of Flow Characteristics in the PAFS PCCT for APR +

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    The passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) is one of the passive safety features adopted in the APR+. The PAFS has two independent high-pressure closed loops; each loop has a heat exchanger (U-tube bundles) submerged in a PCCT water pool. The PAFS cools the secondary system by heat transfer in a horizontal Utube in the PCCT. The cooling water in the PCCT is maintained at atmospheric pressure, so that boiling heat transfers at the surface of the U-tube and natural convection occurs in the PCCT water pool. The conventional system codes, such as the RELAP5 /Mod3.3 and the MARS codes, are inadequate for flow pattern analysis of this system. The purpose of this study is to analyze the flow characteristics in the PAFS PCCT for APR + utilizing a CFD code, CFX

  19. CFD Analysis of Flow Characteristics in the PAFS PCCT for APR +

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    Kim, Mun Soo; Chun, Jong [KHNP, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2010-10-15

    The passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) is one of the passive safety features adopted in the APR+. The PAFS has two independent high-pressure closed loops; each loop has a heat exchanger (U-tube bundles) submerged in a PCCT water pool. The PAFS cools the secondary system by heat transfer in a horizontal Utube in the PCCT. The cooling water in the PCCT is maintained at atmospheric pressure, so that boiling heat transfers at the surface of the U-tube and natural convection occurs in the PCCT water pool. The conventional system codes, such as the RELAP5 /Mod3.3 and the MARS codes, are inadequate for flow pattern analysis of this system. The purpose of this study is to analyze the flow characteristics in the PAFS PCCT for APR + utilizing a CFD code, CFX

  20. Proposal of procedures to prevent errors in radiotherapy based in learned lessons of accidental expositions

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    In order to consider some procedures to prevent errors in radiotherapy based in learned lessons of accidental expositions and in accordance with information contained in international reports elaborated by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and of the data base availability by the European group Radiation Oncology Safety Information System (ROSIS) on the events, a research of the occurred errors was performed. For the evaluation of the incidents a data base based in the ROSIS and added plus a parameter was created 'type of error'. All the stored data make possible the evaluation of the 839 incidents in terms of frequency of the type of error, the process of detention, the number of reached patients and the degree of severity. Of the 50 types of found errors, the type of error more frequently was 'incorrect treatment coordinate', confirmed with the data of literature and representing 28,96 por cent of the total of the incidents. The results showed 44,44 por cent are discovered at the moment of the treatment and that the process of verification of the fiche or clinical revision of the patient is a verification more occurred insurance and in 43,33 por cent of the searched events. The results indicated that more than 50 por cent of the incidents the severity degree are void and approximately 62 por cent a patient are affected during the accomplishment of the radiotherapy. This work showed that to analyze the data base according to methodology proposal for Klein et al.; for Reason, and Dunscombe et al. is interesting to insert more characteristic detailed in the data base such as: the number of fractions for affected patient, number of fields of treatment for fraction that was affected, shunting line of the prescribed dose and shunting line of the volume prescribed in all the registered in cadastral map events. Some causes exist that can lead the errors when patient they are submitted to the radiotherapy. Some measures can be taken so that these errors do not

  1. The Gravity Makeup on the LORHR Event during Mid-loop Operation for APR1400

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    This paper is to investigate means of the available gravity makeup after the event to prevent or sustain the core uncovery and fuel failure for the typical advanced power reactor nuclear power plants (APR1400). Unlike the OPR1000 (optimized power reactor 1000 nuclear power plants), the refueling water storage tank of APR1400 cannot be used for gravity makeup since it is located on the bottom of the containment with a lower elevation than the reactor vessel. So, the other means of gravity makeup and their effect on the core uncovery are accounted. The use of the water used for the cask loading pit (CLP) during refueling or the safety injection line filling tank (SIFT), which are not designed for gravity makeup during the event, and safety injection tanks (SITs) are considered as the alternative source of makeup feed. The results show that gravity makeup of a SIT provides a sufficient operator action time for the LORHR with the station black out (SBO) during the mid-loop operation for the APR1400. From the LORHR event analysis, the effective means of gravity makeup for APR1400 to cope with this event concurrent loss of all AC power is determined as the gravity feed using SITs. Other means for gravity makeup using CLP or SIFT, which are not designed to mitigate the LORHR event, are evaluated as not effective to the event due to the large flow resistances and the low elevation head to overcome the system pressure increase during the LORHR. The use of one SIT and two SITs for the LORHR provides the core uncovery times as 3 hr 8 min and 4 hr 32 min extending 1 hr 15 min and 2 hr 38 min from the base case, respectively

  2. Acute exercise does not induce an acute phase response (APR) in Standardbred trotters

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    Kristensen, Lena; Buhl, Rikke; Nostell, Katarina; Bak, Lars; Petersen, Ellen; Lindholm, Maria; Jacobsen, Stine

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of the study was to investigate whether acute strenuous exercise (1600- to 2500-m race) would elicit an acute phase response (APR) in Standardbred trotters. Blood levels of several inflammatory markers [serum amyloid A (SAA), haptoglobin, fibrinogen, white blood cell count (WBC), and iron], muscle enzymes [creatinine kinase (CK) and aspartate transaminase (AST)], and hemoglobin were assessed in 58 Standardbred trotters before and after racing. Hemoglobin levels increased and iron ...

  3. APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统

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    2005-01-01

    APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统可处理BGA,CSP,LGA(Land Grid Army),Micro SMD,MLF(Micro Lead Frame),BCC(Bumped Chip Component)多种封装。其可处理的板尺寸达610mm×610mm(24.5”×24.5”),厚度达6.35mm(0.25”)。

  4. Critical heat flux for APR1400 lower head vessel during a severe accident

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    Highlights: ► Studied boiling on downward-facing hemispherical vessel with asymmetric thermal insulator. ► Scaled the APR1400 lower head linearly down by 1/10 including ICI tubes and shear keys. ► Performed thermal analysis using ANSYS V11.0 to determine the internal temperature and heat flux. ► Performed tests to obtain the CHF with saturated demineralized water at atmospheric pressure. ► Measured CHF accounting for 3D random flow effect expected in the APR1400 application. -- Abstract: Corium Ablation Stopper Apparatus (CASA) has a downward-facing hemispherical vessel and geometrically asymmetric thermal insulator of the Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe (APR1400) scaled linearly down by 1/10, as well as sixty-one in-core instrumentation (ICI) tubes and four shear keys. The heated vessel plays a pivotal role in CASA depending on the configuration of the oxide pool and metal layer to bring about the focusing effect expected of a molten pool in the lower head during a severe accident. The heated vessel was designed through a trial-and-error method and thermal analysis. Thermal analysis was performed using ANSYS V11.0 to investigate the effect of the internal temperature and heat flux on the integral hemispherical copper vessel. The CASA tests were carried out to obtain the critical heat flux (CHF) with saturated and demineralized water at the atmospheric pressure (0.1 MPa). The CHF in the metal layer through the hemispherical channel was found to be lower than that in the ULPU-2400 configuration V data through the streamlined thermal insulator. The experimental CHF was measured and obtained through the CASA hemispherical heated surface accounting for the three-dimensional random flow effect expected in the APR1400 application

  5. The Gravity Makeup on the LORHR Event during Mid-loop Operation for APR1400

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    Kim, Cheol Woo; Lee, Yong Hee; Lee, Gyu Cheon; Kim, Shin Whan [KEPCO, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    This paper is to investigate means of the available gravity makeup after the event to prevent or sustain the core uncovery and fuel failure for the typical advanced power reactor nuclear power plants (APR1400). Unlike the OPR1000 (optimized power reactor 1000 nuclear power plants), the refueling water storage tank of APR1400 cannot be used for gravity makeup since it is located on the bottom of the containment with a lower elevation than the reactor vessel. So, the other means of gravity makeup and their effect on the core uncovery are accounted. The use of the water used for the cask loading pit (CLP) during refueling or the safety injection line filling tank (SIFT), which are not designed for gravity makeup during the event, and safety injection tanks (SITs) are considered as the alternative source of makeup feed. The results show that gravity makeup of a SIT provides a sufficient operator action time for the LORHR with the station black out (SBO) during the mid-loop operation for the APR1400. From the LORHR event analysis, the effective means of gravity makeup for APR1400 to cope with this event concurrent loss of all AC power is determined as the gravity feed using SITs. Other means for gravity makeup using CLP or SIFT, which are not designed to mitigate the LORHR event, are evaluated as not effective to the event due to the large flow resistances and the low elevation head to overcome the system pressure increase during the LORHR. The use of one SIT and two SITs for the LORHR provides the core uncovery times as 3 hr 8 min and 4 hr 32 min extending 1 hr 15 min and 2 hr 38 min from the base case, respectively.

  6. An Experimental Investigation on APR1400 Penetration Weld Failure by Metallic Melt

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    The penetrations are considered as the most vulnerable parts with respect to the reactor vessel failure when a core melt severe accident occurs and the corium reaches the lower head. Penetration tube failure modes can be divided into two categories; tube ejection out of the vessel lower head and rupture of the penetration tube outside the vessel. Tube ejection begins with degrading the penetration tube weld strength to zero as the weld is exposed to temperatures as high as the weld melting temperature, which is called weld failure, and then overcoming any binding force in the hole in the vessel wall that results from differential thermal expansion of the tube and vessel wall. Tube rupture assumes that the debris bed has melted the instrument tube inside the reactor and melt migrates down into the tube to a location outside the vessel wall where a pressure rupture can occur, thus breaching the pressure boundary. In the present paper, we have a focus on the tube ejection failure mode, specifically on the APR1400 weld failure by direct contact with a metallic melt. The objective is to investigate experimentally the ablation kinetics of an APR1400 penetration weld during the interactions with a metallic melt and to suggest the modification of the existing weld failure model. This paper involves the interaction experiments of two different metallic melts (metallic corium and stainless steel melts) with a weld specimen, and rough estimation of weld failure time. The interaction experiments between the metallic melts and an APR1400 penetration weld were performed to investigate the ablation kinetics of the penetration weld. Metallic corium and stainless steel melts were generated using an induction heating technique and interacted with a penetration weld specimen. The ablation rate of the weld specimen showed a range from 0.109 to 0..244 mm/s and thus the APR1400 penetration weld was estimated to be failed at hundreds of times after the interaction with the melt

  7. Development of the Diverse Means for Reactor Shutdown Function of EU-APR1400

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    This paper provides general descriptions of the EBS focusing on basic design characteristics such as system function, configuration and operation, and presents results from the preliminary verification of system performance. The diverse means for the reactor shutdown function of EU-APR1400 have been developed to comply with the diversity principle of the European design requirements of a new nuclear power plant. The preliminary verification of the EBS performance was done by the ATWS analysis. The analysis results show that the EBS was designed properly. Diversity is the fundamental principle in safety system design of a new nuclear power plant, which uses different mitigation measures to provide diverse ways of responding to a significant event. Regarding the diversity principle, EU-APR1400 (European APR1400) safety system should be in accordance with European design requirements. EBS (Emergency Boration System) is designed to provide the diverse means to shut down the reactor against ATWS (Anticipated Transient Without Scram) and to mitigate the event consequences in the EUAPR1400

  8. Assistant Personal Robot (APR): Conception and Application of a Tele-Operated Assisted Living Robot

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    Clotet, Eduard; Martínez, Dani; Moreno, Javier; Tresanchez, Marcel; Palacín, Jordi

    2016-01-01

    This paper presents the technical description, mechanical design, electronic components, software implementation and possible applications of a tele-operated mobile robot designed as an assisted living tool. This robotic concept has been named Assistant Personal Robot (or APR for short) and has been designed as a remotely telecontrolled robotic platform built to provide social and assistive services to elderly people and those with impaired mobility. The APR features a fast high-mobility motion system adapted for tele-operation in plain indoor areas, which incorporates a high-priority collision avoidance procedure. This paper presents the mechanical architecture, electrical fundaments and software implementation required in order to develop the main functionalities of an assistive robot. The APR uses a tablet in order to implement the basic peer-to-peer videoconference and tele-operation control combined with a tactile graphic user interface. The paper also presents the development of some applications proposed in the framework of an assisted living robot. PMID:27136552

  9. Single-tube condensation experiment in Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System of APR1400+

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    Shin, Chang Wook; No, Hee Cheon; Yun, Bong Yo; Jeon, Byong Guk [Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-05-15

    Conventional Korean nuclear power plants, Advanced Power Reactors (APR), are characterized by an active cooling system. However, Active cooling system may not prevent significant damage without any AC power source available for its operation as vividly illustrated through the recent Fukushima incident. In the APR1400+ to be designed, an independent passive cooling system was added in order to overcome the aforementioned shortcomings. In the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS), gravity force and density difference between steam and water are used. The system comprises of 240 condensation tubes to efficiently remove decay heat. Before applying the PAFS to APR1400+, the system's safety and heat removal performance must be verified. The present study experimentally evaluates the heat removal performance of a single tube in the PAFS. The objectives of SCOP (Single-tube Condensation experiment facility of PAFS) are the evaluation of the heat removal performance in the tube of the PAFS and database construction under various tube designs and test conditions. Reaching these objectives, we developed advanced measurement techniques for the amount of moisture, heat flux, and water film thickness.

  10. Assistant Personal Robot (APR: Conception and Application of a Tele-Operated Assisted Living Robot

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents the technical description, mechanical design, electronic components, software implementation and possible applications of a tele-operated mobile robot designed as an assisted living tool. This robotic concept has been named Assistant Personal Robot (or APR for short and has been designed as a remotely telecontrolled robotic platform built to provide social and assistive services to elderly people and those with impaired mobility. The APR features a fast high-mobility motion system adapted for tele-operation in plain indoor areas, which incorporates a high-priority collision avoidance procedure. This paper presents the mechanical architecture, electrical fundaments and software implementation required in order to develop the main functionalities of an assistive robot. The APR uses a tablet in order to implement the basic peer-to-peer videoconference and tele-operation control combined with a tactile graphic user interface. The paper also presents the development of some applications proposed in the framework of an assisted living robot.

  11. Assistant Personal Robot (APR): Conception and Application of a Tele-Operated Assisted Living Robot.

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    Clotet, Eduard; Martínez, Dani; Moreno, Javier; Tresanchez, Marcel; Palacín, Jordi

    2016-01-01

    This paper presents the technical description, mechanical design, electronic components, software implementation and possible applications of a tele-operated mobile robot designed as an assisted living tool. This robotic concept has been named Assistant Personal Robot (or APR for short) and has been designed as a remotely telecontrolled robotic platform built to provide social and assistive services to elderly people and those with impaired mobility. The APR features a fast high-mobility motion system adapted for tele-operation in plain indoor areas, which incorporates a high-priority collision avoidance procedure. This paper presents the mechanical architecture, electrical fundaments and software implementation required in order to develop the main functionalities of an assistive robot. The APR uses a tablet in order to implement the basic peer-to-peer videoconference and tele-operation control combined with a tactile graphic user interface. The paper also presents the development of some applications proposed in the framework of an assisted living robot. PMID:27136552

  12. A Study on the Application of the Display Sharing Function In the APR1400 MCR

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    APR1400 digital Main Control Room (MCR) has been applied to Korean Nuclear Power Plants since Shin-Kori 3 and 4. APR1400 MCR has the advantages to reduce the physical and mental workload and to increase situation awareness through integrated information of Compact Operator Console, Computerized Procedure System (CPS) and Large Display Panel (LDP). But although digital MCR has many advantages, it has a weak point that operators cannot easily oversee other operator's operational behavior like soft control actions. This environment makes it difficult to perform concurrent and independent verification from the viewpoint of human error prevention. This paper presents the application method and design of display sharing function through combination using Large Display Panel (LDP) and Information Flat Panel Display (IFPD) of operator console for more reliable operation than before. Because display sharing function is applied within the Information Processing System (IPS), it is required to maintain the system requirement of the IPS such as the CPU and network load. For quality assurance, display sharing function will be developed in accordance with Human Factors Engineering program (NUREG-0711) and Software Program Manual (SPM). We expect that this technology strengthen the reliable operation of the APR1400

  13. Single-tube condensation experiment in Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System of APR1400+

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    Conventional Korean nuclear power plants, Advanced Power Reactors (APR), are characterized by an active cooling system. However, Active cooling system may not prevent significant damage without any AC power source available for its operation as vividly illustrated through the recent Fukushima incident. In the APR1400+ to be designed, an independent passive cooling system was added in order to overcome the aforementioned shortcomings. In the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS), gravity force and density difference between steam and water are used. The system comprises of 240 condensation tubes to efficiently remove decay heat. Before applying the PAFS to APR1400+, the system's safety and heat removal performance must be verified. The present study experimentally evaluates the heat removal performance of a single tube in the PAFS. The objectives of SCOP (Single-tube Condensation experiment facility of PAFS) are the evaluation of the heat removal performance in the tube of the PAFS and database construction under various tube designs and test conditions. Reaching these objectives, we developed advanced measurement techniques for the amount of moisture, heat flux, and water film thickness.

  14. Consideration of MAAP 5.0.2 ESF Model Characteristics for APR1400 NPP

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    Seo, Mi Ro; Kim, Hyeong Taek [KHNP-CRI, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-10-15

    After the Fukushima accident, EPRI has developed the MAAP (Modular Accident Analysis Program) version 5 that is expected to make up the limitation of MAAP4, that is to say, the appropriateness of the model for the severe accident phenomena and the applicability to the phenomena in the spent fuel pool and the halfloop operation. Up to now, the newest version of MAAP is 5.0.2 (Build 5020000) that was released officially in December, 2013. In addition to this, it is expected that MAAP 5.0.3 version will be published sooner or later. As a kind of post-Fukushima measures, KHNP is developing the probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) and severe accident management guideline (SAMG) for low power and shutdown (LPSD) mode and MAAP 5.0.2 should be used in these projects as a major analysis program. So, first of all, it is necessary that the parameter file for domestic NPP should be upgraded as current Ver. MAAP4 to Ver. MAAP 5.0.2. KHNP has developed the draft version of parameter file for APR1400 type NPP and is being upgraded continuously. The Engineering Safety Features (ESF) model is one of the unique features of MAAP. In this study, we try to share the general information of the MAAP ESF model and the specific characteristics of APR1400 ESF model based on the newly developed MAAP 5.0.2 parameter file. Currently, while developing the LPSD PSA and LPSD SAMG as a kind of post-Fukushima measures, KHNP have the plan in order to upgrade the old parameter file based on MAAP4 to that based on MAAP5.0.2 for all domestic nuclear power plants. And, as the first effort, we are developing the MAAP 5.0.2 parameter file for APR1400 type NPP. In this study, we tried to develop the more accurate and reasonable ESF model of APR1400. In this process, we can find the distinctions and characteristics of specific ESF model and generalized ESF model of MAAP5.0.2. Also, we can eliminate the confusing concepts existed in the two models. So, it is judged that the newly developed MAAP5

  15. Evaluation of the Main Steam Line Break Accident for the APR+ Standard Design using MARS-KS

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    Park, M. H.; Kim, Y. S.; Hwang, Min Jeong; Sim, S. K. [Environment Energy Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Bang, Young Seok [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    As a part of licensing evaluation of the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor +) standard design, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety(KINS) performed safety evaluation of the APR+ Standard Safety Analysis Report(SSAR). The results of the safety evaluation of the APR+ Main Steam Line Break(MSLB) accident is presented for the most limiting post-trip return-to-power case with the single failure assumption of the Loss Of Offsite Power(LOOP). MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code has been used to evaluate safety as well as the system behavior during MSLB accident. The MARS-KS analysis results are compared with the results of the MSLB safety analysis presented in the SSAR of the APR+. Independent safety evaluation has been performed using MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code for the APR+ MSLB accident inside containment for the limiting case of the full power post-trip return-to-power. The results of MARS-KS analysis were compared with the results of the MSLB safety analysis presented in the APR+ SSAR. Due to higher cooldown of the MARS-KS analysis, the MARS-KS analysis results in a higher positive reactivity insertion into the core by the negative moderator and fuel temperature reactivity coefficients than the APR+ SSAR analysis. Both results show no return-to-power during the limiting case of the MSLB inside containment. However, APR+ SSAR moderator temperature reactivity insertion should be evaluated against the MARS-KS moderator density reactivity insertion for is conservatism. This study also clearly shows asymmetric thermal hydraulic behavior during the MSLB accident at intact and affected sides of the downcomer and the core. These asymmetric phenomena should be further investigated for the effects on the system design.

  16. Evaluation of the Main Steam Line Break Accident for the APR+ Standard Design using MARS-KS

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    As a part of licensing evaluation of the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor +) standard design, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety(KINS) performed safety evaluation of the APR+ Standard Safety Analysis Report(SSAR). The results of the safety evaluation of the APR+ Main Steam Line Break(MSLB) accident is presented for the most limiting post-trip return-to-power case with the single failure assumption of the Loss Of Offsite Power(LOOP). MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code has been used to evaluate safety as well as the system behavior during MSLB accident. The MARS-KS analysis results are compared with the results of the MSLB safety analysis presented in the SSAR of the APR+. Independent safety evaluation has been performed using MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code for the APR+ MSLB accident inside containment for the limiting case of the full power post-trip return-to-power. The results of MARS-KS analysis were compared with the results of the MSLB safety analysis presented in the APR+ SSAR. Due to higher cooldown of the MARS-KS analysis, the MARS-KS analysis results in a higher positive reactivity insertion into the core by the negative moderator and fuel temperature reactivity coefficients than the APR+ SSAR analysis. Both results show no return-to-power during the limiting case of the MSLB inside containment. However, APR+ SSAR moderator temperature reactivity insertion should be evaluated against the MARS-KS moderator density reactivity insertion for is conservatism. This study also clearly shows asymmetric thermal hydraulic behavior during the MSLB accident at intact and affected sides of the downcomer and the core. These asymmetric phenomena should be further investigated for the effects on the system design

  17. Croire après la bombe : les interactions entre violence, religion et développement au Sri Lanka

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    Indika Bulankulame

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Pendant les trente ans qu’a duré la guerre civile au Sri Lanka, de nombreux citoyens ont été touchés par des attentats à la bombe destinés à perturber la vie quotidienne, non seulement dans les zones de guerre mais aussi dans les quartiers urbains, particulièrement à Colombo, la capitale. Si beaucoup ont perdu la vie, d’autres ont survécu, mais restent profondément meurtris, handicapés et traumatisés. Le présent article explore la signification de la « survie » telle que l’ont éprouvée les personnes dotées du nouveau statut de « victimes d’attentats à la bombe ». Son auteur s’interroge sur la capacité des survivants à assumer leur rôle de soutien de famille et/ou à faire face aux graves bouleversements économiques consécutifs aux profonds changements survenus dans leur vie. L’article constate de manière générale qu’en raison de la perte de revenus et de l’incapacité de participer pleinement à l’économie de marché, les survivants sont relégués à la marge des grands débats sur le développement et des possibilités qui en découleraient. La fin des hostilités a marqué un tournant clair en faveur du développement du Sri Lanka et, dans cette période cruciale d’après-guerre, il importe de se pencher sur les différentes façons dont la religion peut répondre aux besoins des survivants. C’est pourquoi l’interaction dynamique entre religion, violence politique et développement est mise en relief. Dans l’examen des mécanismes d’adaptation et de survie, il est question des réponses qu’offre la religion à la mondialisation (néolibérale tributaire du marché et à l’exposition à la terreur et à la violence, en atténuant l’expérience des traumatismes et en permettant aux survivants de se confronter à la réalité au quotidien.

  18. Exposition Lewis W. Hine : Entretien avec Agnès Sire, Directrice de la Fondation Cartier-Bresson, le 13 octobre 2011

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    Frédéric Perrier

    2012-01-01

    Une famille italienne à la recherche d’un bagage égaré, Ellis Island, 1905© Lewis Hine / collection George Eastman House, RochesterF.P : Agnès Sire, pourquoi avoir choisi de consacrer une exposition à Lewis Hine ?A.S : La programmation est très intuitive, je l’assume. J’en parle avec la Présidente de la Fondation, Martine Franck Cartier-Bresson, et nous sommes en général d’accord. Cela faisait plusieurs années que je voulais monter une exposition sur Lewis Hine mais la George Eastman House [o...

  19. Exposition aux dispositifs d'éclairage scénique : risque pour la santé des professionnels du spectacle vivant ou enregistré

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    Salsi, Serge; Barlier-Salsi, Annick

    2013-01-01

    La directive européenne 2006/25/CE, relative à l'exposition des travailleurs aux rayonnements optiques, prévoit l'évaluation des risques des situations de travail. Elle est particulièrement importante dans l'industrie des arts du spectacle où des expositions intentionnelles à des projecteurs peuvent être exigées pendant des périodes de l'ordre de 8 heures par jour. L'objectif de la présente étude était de fournir aux éclairagistes des informations, relatives aux risques associés aux projecteu...

  20. Le rôle de l’exposition dans la valorisation de la photographie. L’exemple du Printemps de Cahors et de la photographie plasticienne

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    Martinez, Léo

    2014-01-01

    Au début des années 1990 la photographie contemporain est l’objet d’un regain d’intérêt qui se manifeste par la mise en place d’outils de diffusion, la multiplication et le succès d’expositions, comme le Printemps de Cahors à partir de 1991. Cet exemple permet d’examiner comment le processus d’exposition permet de légitimer et de valoriser non seulement des artistes, mais aussi un ensemble de pratiques, voire un médium. Afin de pouvoir appréhender la photographie plasticienne, il convient de ...

  1. Exposition of the operator's eye lens and efficacy of radiation shielding in fluoroscopically guided interventions; Exposition der Augenlinse des Untersuchers und Effizienz der Strahlenschutzmittel bei fluoroskopischen Interventionen

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    Galster, M.; Adamus, R. [Klinikum Nuernberg-Nord, Nuernberg (Germany). Inst. fuer Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie; Guhl, C. [Klinikum Nuernberg (Germany). Inst. fuer Medizinische Physik; Uder, M. [Erlangen Univ. (Germany). Radiologisches Inst.

    2013-05-15

    Purpose: Efficacy of radiation protection tools for the eye lens dose of the radiologist in fluoroscopic interventions. Materials and Methods: A patient phantom was exposed using a fluoroscopic system. Dose measurements were made at the eye location of the radiologist using an ionization chamber. The setting followed typical fluoroscopic interventions. The reduction of scattered radiation by the equipment-mounted shielding (undercouch drapes and overcouch top) was evaluated. The ceiling-suspended lead acrylic glass screen was tested in scattered radiation generated by a slab phantom. The protective properties of different lead glass goggles and lead acrylic visors were evaluated by thermoluminescence measurements on a head phantom in the primary beam. Results: The exposition of the lens of about 110 to 550 {mu}Sv during radiologic interventions is only slightly reduced by the undercouch drapes. Applying the top in addition to the drapes reduces the lens dose by a factor of 2 for PA projections. In 25 LAO the dose is reduced by a factor between 1.2 and 5. The highest doses were measured for AP angulations furthermore the efficacy of the equipment-mounted shielding is minimal. The ceiling-suspended lead screen reduced scatter by a factor of about 30. The lead glass goggles and visors reduced the lens dose up to a factor of 8 to 10. Depending on the specific design, the tested models are less effective especially for radiation from lateral with cranial angulation of the beam. Occasionally the visors even caused an increase of dose. Conclusion: The exposition of the eye lens can be kept below the new occupational limit recommended by the ICRP if the radiation shielding equipment is used consistently. (orig.)

  2. Modes d’exposition au xénon-133 dans un bâtiment réacteur

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    Perier, Aurélien

    2014-01-01

    Le travail décrit dans cette thèse porte sur l’évaluation du mode d’exposition externe et interne au xénon-133. Ce radionucléide est un des principaux produits de fission du combustible des réacteurs nucléaires. En cas de défaut de gaine combustible, le xénon-133 peut potentiellement exposer le personnel lors de ses interventions dans le bâtiment réacteur. En dosimétrie, les simulations Monte-Carlo sont des outils adaptés pour simuler le transport des rayonnements ionisants dans la matière. A...

  3. Ecocar Expo: Une exposition grand public dédiée à la voiture écologique

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    Le 8 octobre 2011, 9h-16h à Meyrin, sur la place des Cinq-Continents, l’association suisse chargée de la promotion des véhicules écologiques e’mobile et la commune de Meyrin réuniront un aperçu des voitures à motorisation alternative efficiente et respectueuse du climat actuellement disponibles sur le marché. Cette manifestation grand-public proposera, démarche originale, des essais gratuits sur route.   Les conducteurs sont de plus en plus sensibles à l’impact de leur voiture sur l’environnement. Des questions sur la consommation, la pollution et les alternatives possibles sont fréquemment évoquées lors de l’achat d’une voiture neuve. Durant l'exposition Ecocar, des professionnels de e’mobile, association indépendante pour la promotion de véhicules rout...

  4. Diverse Design Features of EU-APR1400 for Residual Heat Removal Function with Open RCS

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    Diversity is the fundamental principle in safety system design of new nuclear power plants, which uses different mitigation measures to provide diverse ways of responding to a significant event. Regarding the diversity principle, EU-APR1400 (European APR1400) safety system should be in accordance with European design requirements. This paper provides how the core residual heat can be removed with open RCS (Reactor Coolant System) closure head condition using diverse cooling systems assuming a loss of SCS (Shutdown Cooling System). The loss of SCS results from a common cause failure of SCS or a loss of UHS (Ultimate Heat Sink). One of the postulated common cause failures which lead to the loss of SCS can be a manufacturing deficiency of shutdown cooling pumps, component cooling water pumps or essential service water pumps. The limiting event of the loss of SCS is the loss of UHS since the loss of UHS causes losses of safety systems including SCS, CCWS and ESWS. NO operator action inside the MCR (Main Control Room) during the first 30 minutes and outside the MCR during the first 60 minutes can be credited to recover the failed SCS. The diverse means of the EU-APR1400 for the residual heat removal function with RCS open condition have been developed to comply with the diversity principle of the European design requirements of new nuclear power plants. The results of the preliminary assessment show that the diverse design features are expected to satisfy the design criteria. In the future, more detailed design and assessment for this means will be performed considering interface requirements with completing the design of relevant systems and components

  5. Diverse Design Features of EU-APR1400 for Residual Heat Removal Function with Open RCS

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    Kweon, Hyeong Do; Lee, Keun Sung; Kim, Yong Soo; Kim, Sung Hwan [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-05-15

    Diversity is the fundamental principle in safety system design of new nuclear power plants, which uses different mitigation measures to provide diverse ways of responding to a significant event. Regarding the diversity principle, EU-APR1400 (European APR1400) safety system should be in accordance with European design requirements. This paper provides how the core residual heat can be removed with open RCS (Reactor Coolant System) closure head condition using diverse cooling systems assuming a loss of SCS (Shutdown Cooling System). The loss of SCS results from a common cause failure of SCS or a loss of UHS (Ultimate Heat Sink). One of the postulated common cause failures which lead to the loss of SCS can be a manufacturing deficiency of shutdown cooling pumps, component cooling water pumps or essential service water pumps. The limiting event of the loss of SCS is the loss of UHS since the loss of UHS causes losses of safety systems including SCS, CCWS and ESWS. NO operator action inside the MCR (Main Control Room) during the first 30 minutes and outside the MCR during the first 60 minutes can be credited to recover the failed SCS. The diverse means of the EU-APR1400 for the residual heat removal function with RCS open condition have been developed to comply with the diversity principle of the European design requirements of new nuclear power plants. The results of the preliminary assessment show that the diverse design features are expected to satisfy the design criteria. In the future, more detailed design and assessment for this means will be performed considering interface requirements with completing the design of relevant systems and components.

  6. APR1400 l and C architecture with the advanced design feature including high reliability and maintainability

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    The standard design of Advanced Power Reactor 1400 (APR1400) has been developed from 1992 to 2001 and obtained design certification from Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS) in 2002. The APR1400 standard design is being applied to the construction project of Shin-Kori 3, 4 nuclear power plants, which are scheduled to go into commercial operation in 2013 and 2014 respectively. Full digital I and C systems are adopted in safety and non-safety system of Shin-Kori 3, 4 to enhance safety and cost effectiveness of nuclear power plant. The NSSS/BOP control systems, which have been traditionally independent, are integrated in one DCS platform and one network to reduce the number of cabinets and improve system performance and maintainability. Safety grade I and C systems are designed to meet the regulatory requirements for real-time performance, reliability, single-failure criterion, independence, failure mode effect analysis (FMEA), defense-in-depth and diversity, deterministic control and communication, environmental qualification etc. Defense against common mode failure (CMF) of digital plant protection system is one of the key requirements in designing digital I and C systems. Diverse Protection System (DPS) is designed to be diverse from Plant Protection System (PPS) as a defense against common mode failure of digital plant protection system. Diverse manual ESF actuation is also designed to enforce plant safety against severe situation due to simultaneous all digital system failures of plant protection system. Currently, Shin-Kori 3,4 project is being constructed according to the detailed design based on standard design of APR1400 I and C system. Application of full digital I and C system in Shin-Kori 3,4 is expected to increase safety, reliability and maintainability. (authors)

  7. Petition Signed by Thomas A. Edison for Sunday Openings at the World's Columbian Exposition. The Constitution Community: The Development of the Industrial United States (1870-1900).

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    In 1893, in just 184 days, 28 million people, about one-third of the U.S. population, visited the World's Colombian Exposition in Chicago (Illinois). This lesson focuses on petitioning the federal government, peaceably assembling, and exercising freedom of speech and religion, all of which are protected by the First Amendment to the U.S.…

  8. MARS calculation of PAFS (passive auxiliary feedwater system) heat exchanger in APR+

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    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus), the next generation nuclear power plant in Korea, adopts PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) as one of the advanced safety feature. To design the condensation heat exchanger in PAFS, the two-phase flow phenomena in horizontal U-tube and PCCT (Passive Condensate Cooling Tank) were investigated by MARS calculation. By benchmarking with NOKO experimental result, MARS code showed a reasonable capability to quantitatively predict the condensation in horizontal tube heat exchanger. And the design of PAFS heat exchanger was proved to sufficiently remove the decay heat by the condensation heat transfer without any active auxiliary feedwater system

  9. MARS calculation of PAFS (passive auxiliary feedwater system) heat exchanger in APR+

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    Bae, Byoung Uhn; Yun, Byong Jo; Bae, Sung Won; Choi, Ki Yong; Song, Chul Hwa [KAERI, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cheon, Jong [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2009-07-01

    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus), the next generation nuclear power plant in Korea, adopts PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) as one of the advanced safety feature. To design the condensation heat exchanger in PAFS, the two-phase flow phenomena in horizontal U-tube and PCCT (Passive Condensate Cooling Tank) were investigated by MARS calculation. By benchmarking with NOKO experimental result, MARS code showed a reasonable capability to quantitatively predict the condensation in horizontal tube heat exchanger. And the design of PAFS heat exchanger was proved to sufficiently remove the decay heat by the condensation heat transfer without any active auxiliary feedwater system.

  10. Probability of Neutralization Estimation for APR1400 Physical Protection System Design Effectiveness Evaluation

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    It is focusing on development of a new designing process which can be compatible to international standards such as IAEA1 and NRC2 suggest. Evaluation for the design effectiveness was found as one of the areas to improve. If a design doesn't meet a certain level of effectiveness, it should be re-designed accordingly. The effectiveness can be calculated with combination of probability of Interruption and probability of neutralization. System Analysis of Vulnerability to Intrusion (SAVI) has been developed by Sandia National Laboratories for that purpose. With SNL's timely detection methodology, SAVI has been used by U.S. nuclear utilities to meet the NRC requirements for PPS design effectiveness evaluation. For the SAVI calculation, probability of neutralization is a vital input element that must be supplied. This paper describes the elements to consider for neutralization, probability estimation methodology, and the estimation for APR1400 PPS design effectiveness evaluation process. Markov chain and Monte Carlo simulation are often used for simple numerical calculation to estimate PN. The results from both methods are not always identical even for the same situation. PN values for APR1400 evaluation were calculated based on Markov chain method and modified to be applicable for guards/adversaries ratio based analysis

  11. Analysis of a 12-Finger Rod Drop using RETRAN/MASTER Code System for APR1400

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    The Optimized Power Reactor 1000 (OPR1000) has 4-finger and 12-finger Control Element Assemblies (CEAs). When the 12-finger CEA is dropped, Core Protection Calculator System (CPCS) shuts down the reactor to prevent fuel damage that could occur from the sudden reactor power peaking. By contrast, the improved CPCS of Advanced Power Reactor 1400 (APR1400), which has systems similar to those of the OPR1000, decreases reactor power rapidly using its Reactor Power Cutback System (RPCS) to avoid unwanted reactor trips caused by the CPCS during a 12- finger CEA drop event. RETRAN is a best-estimate code for transient analysis of Non-LOCA. The RETRAN control logic, which includes the function of reducing reactor power during a 12-Finger CEA drop, has been developed for the APR1400. A MATRAN program has also been developed. MATRAN is the interface program for realtime processing to connect RETRAN with MASTER code which is a nuclear analysis and design code. MATRAN supplies adequate feedback reactivities from the MASTER code to RETRAN code. The purpose of this study is to analyze the behavior of a nuclear reactor core and its primary system using conventional RETRAN analysis procedure and MATRAN program analysis procedure during a 12- finger CEA drop. In addition, the axial power distribution and Axial Shape Index (ASI) are produced by the MATRAN program and they are confirmed as within operation limits

  12. Advanced Design Features of APR1400 and Realization in Shin Kori Construction Project

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    APR1400 adopted several advanced design features. To ensure their proper operation as a part of ShinKori 3,4 project, both experimental and analytical work are continuing. In this paper, work on the advanced design features related to enhanced safety is examined. APR1400 safety injection system consists of four independent trains which include four safety injection pump and tanks. A passive flow regulating device called fluidic device is installed in the safety injection tanks. Separate effect tests including a full scale fluidic device tests have been conducted. Integral system tests are in progress. Combination of these work with the analytical work using RELAP5/Mod3 would ensure the proper operation of the new safety injection systems. To mitigate severe accidents, hydrogen mitigation system using PARs and igniters is adopted. Also, active injection system and the streamlined insulation design are adopted to enhance the in-vessel retention capability with the external cooling of RPV strategy. Analytic work with supporting experiments is performed. We are certain that these preparatory work would help the successful adaptation of ADF in ShinKori project. (authors)

  13. Probability of Neutralization Estimation for APR1400 Physical Protection System Design Effectiveness Evaluation

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    Kim, Myungsu; Lim, Heoksoon; Na, Janghwan; Chi, Moongoo [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co. Ltd. Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    It is focusing on development of a new designing process which can be compatible to international standards such as IAEA1 and NRC2 suggest. Evaluation for the design effectiveness was found as one of the areas to improve. If a design doesn't meet a certain level of effectiveness, it should be re-designed accordingly. The effectiveness can be calculated with combination of probability of Interruption and probability of neutralization. System Analysis of Vulnerability to Intrusion (SAVI) has been developed by Sandia National Laboratories for that purpose. With SNL's timely detection methodology, SAVI has been used by U.S. nuclear utilities to meet the NRC requirements for PPS design effectiveness evaluation. For the SAVI calculation, probability of neutralization is a vital input element that must be supplied. This paper describes the elements to consider for neutralization, probability estimation methodology, and the estimation for APR1400 PPS design effectiveness evaluation process. Markov chain and Monte Carlo simulation are often used for simple numerical calculation to estimate P{sub N}. The results from both methods are not always identical even for the same situation. P{sub N} values for APR1400 evaluation were calculated based on Markov chain method and modified to be applicable for guards/adversaries ratio based analysis.

  14. Experimental study on the operational and the cooling performance of the APR+ passive auxiliary feedwater system

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    The passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) is one of the advanced safety features adopted in the APR+ which is intended to completely replace the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system. The PAFS cools down the steam generator secondary side and eventually removes the decay heat from the reactor core by introducing a natural driving force mechanism; i.e., condensing steam in nearly-horizontal U-tubes submerged inside the passive condensation cooling tank (PCCT). With an aim of validating the cooling and operational performance of the PAFS, the separate effect test, PASCAL (PAFS Condensing Heat Removal Assessment Loop), is being performed to experimentally investigate the condensation heat transfer and natural convection phenomena in the PAFS. A single nearly-horizontal U-tube whose dimension is same as the prototypic U-tube of the APR+ PAFS is simulated in the PASCAL test. By performing the PASCAL test, the major thermal-hydraulic parameters such as local/overall heat transfer coefficients, fluid temperature inside the tube, wall temperature of the tube, and pool temperature distribution in the PCCT were produced not only to evaluate the current condensation heat transfer model but also to present database for the safety analysis related with the PAFS. (authors)

  15. Detection of the apr gene in proteolytic psychrotrophic bacteria isolated from refrigerated raw milk.

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    Martins, Maurilio L; de Araújo, Elza F; Mantovani, Hilário C; Moraes, Célia A; Vanetti, Maria C D

    2005-07-15

    Bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas have been associated with the spoilage of raw milk and dairy products due to the production of thermostable proteolytic enzymes. The apr gene encodes for alkaline metalloprotease in Pseudomonas and other related bacteria. Its presence in psychrotrophic proteolytic bacteria isolated from raw milk collected from cooling tanks was verified. A polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique was used with degenerate primers. Total DNA from 112 isolates was pooled in different groups and then used as template for the amplification reactions. Controls consisted of DNA extracted from 26 cultures. An expected DNA fragment of 194 bp was detected in groups that contained bacteria identified as Pseudomonas. The PCR product was observed only when DNA from control cultures of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Serratia marcescens and Aeromonas hydrophila were used. A detection limit assay indicated that the apr gene could be directly amplified from pasteurized milk inoculated with 10(8) CFU/ml of P. fluorescens. With this method it was possible to detect proteolytic bacteria at 10(5) CFU/ml in reconstituted skim milk powder if cells were recovered for DNA extraction before amplification. PMID:15992619

  16. Thermal-hydraulic tests and analyses for the APR1400's development and licensing

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    The program on Thermal-Hydraulic Evaluation by Testing and Analysis (THETA) for the development and licensing of the new design features in the APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor-1400) is briefly introduced with a presentation on the research motivation and typical results of the separate effect tests and analyses of the major design features. The first part deals with multi-dimensional phenomena related to the safety analysis of the APR1400. One research area is related to the multi-dimensional behavior of the Safety Injection (SI) water in a reactor pressure vessel downcomer that uses a direct vessel injection type of SI system. The other area is associated with the condensation of steam jets and the resultant thermal mixing in a water pool; these phenomena are relevant to the depressurization of a Reactor Coolant System (RCS). The second part describes our efforts to develop new components for safety enhancements, such as a fluidic device as a passive SI flow controller and a sparger to depressurize the RCS. This work contributes to an understanding of the new thermal-hydraulic phenomena that are relevant to advanced reactor system designs; it also improves the prediction capabilities of analysis tools for multi-dimensional flow behavior, especially in complicated geometries

  17. Après-Coup in French Psychoanalysis: The Long Afterlife of Nachträglichkeit: The First Hundred Years, 1893 to 1993.

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    House, Jonathan; Slotnick, Julie

    2015-10-01

    Après-coup finds its origins in Freud's earliest psychoanalytic writings, but it was only half a century ago that French psychoanalysts rediscovered, clarified, and developed the concept and so brought it recognition as an essential Freudian concept. Because the history of après-coup is embedded in the French reading of Freud, this article will give an account of that reading in relation to après-coup. PMID:26485487

  18. Communicating Architecture Through the Medium of the Exhibition Communiquer l'architecture par le média exposition

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    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available When analysed as a form of media, exhibitions need to be considered from three different perspectives : that of the person producing the message (curator, that of the person receiving it (visitor and that of the exhibitionary apparatus itself (through the various mise-en-scène strategies employed. This article examines two different ways of thinking about the communication of architecture in the exhibitionary setting. In the first example, which is also the more traditional, the use of the term architecture generally refers to the building, and the curator endeavours to communicate through the medium of the exhibition both the material and experiential aspects of the building. Over the past two decades, a different approach has been employed within the exhibition venue: that of conceptualising architecture not only as a building, but also as a project. This newer approach takes into account aspects such as the generative idea, the creative process, and the many different forms of representation of the building under investigation. Exhibitions focusing on the ideas and creative processes underlying architecture have become common in recent curatorship, with the effect that architecture is increasingly presented in exhibitionary settings as a practice rather than as a historical or theoretical field. The author concludes by explaining that, from the perspective of communication theory, both forms of architectural exhibition neglect their audiences, and consequently the full potential of the exhibition as a form of media is seldom reached.Aborder l’exposition comme média implique de considérer le point de vue du producteur (commissaire, celui du récepteur (visiteur et celui de l’exposition (à travers les moyens employés et l’aspect de l’architecture communiqué. Deux manières d’envisager la communication de l’architecture au musée sont abordées. Pour la première, et selon nous la plus ancienne, le terme architecture est pris

  19. Evaluation of Effect of N2 Gas on the Cooling Capability of Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) in APR+

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    In Korea, Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+) has being developed by adding passive safety features to Advanced Power Reactor 1400MWe (APR1400). Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) is one of passive system adopted in the APR+ to replace the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system. Because PAFS removes decay heat from the reactor core, it is required to verify the performance of PAFS in postulated accidents cases. In addition, an effect of noncondensable gas on the heat removal capability of PAFS should be evaluated since the non-condensable gas may deteriorate a condensation heat transfer through the condensation heat exchanger in PAFS. In this study, the effect of N2 gas was evaluated using MARS

  20. Thermal-hydraulic evaluation of passive containment cooling system of improved APR+ during LOCAs

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    Jeon, Byong Guk; NO, Hee Cheon, E-mail: hcno@kaist.ac.kr

    2014-10-15

    Highlights: • Larger air holdup tanks are confirmed to be needed for PCCS through MARS simulation. • Condensation model in MARS gives lower heat transfer than Dehbi's correlation. • Heat transfer resistance of steam–air mixture is dominant for PCCS tubes. • Heat sink structures remove dominant amount of decay heat initially. • Flow instability is eased at higher tube inlet form loss, return level, and angle. - Abstract: Various reactor concepts and technologies have been devised and evaluated to ensure the integrity of the core and the containment under a prolonged station blackout. After the successful validation of the passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) of Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+), Korea is considering an improved APR+ with a passive containment cooling system (PCCS). In a previous paper, we suggested a PCCS design based on APR+ and performed a scoping analysis. We performed a MARS simulation for the thermal hydraulic evaluation of the system behavior, including natural circulation through the Passive Condensation Cooling Tank (PCCT) water pool and inside PCCS tubes as well as steam–air mixture condensation inside the containment. Through a simulation using the MARS system code, we investigated the effect of air holdup tanks (AHTs) on reduction of the air fraction in the containment, the effects of several steam–air mixture condensation models, the role of heat structures, and the flow instability inside the PCCS tubes. We found that the presence of AHT reduced the number of required PCCS tubes by more than half and the heat resistance of the steam–air mixture side is dominant in terms of governing the overall performance of PCCS. The embedded MARS condensation model and Uchida's correlation gave lower heat transfer coefficients than Dehbi's correlation, and heat structures removed more decay heat than PCCS tubes. Finally, intense flow instability inside the PCCS tubes was observed and was mitigated by placing

  1. Le Chaebol après la crise financière de 1997

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    Chung-Yeol Park

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available L’objet de cet article est de présenter les mutations subies par les Chaebols à la suite de la crise financière de 1997. La première section est consacrée à un bref rappel de la formation et du développement des Chaebols, ainsi qu’à une caractérisation des attributs de leur forme organisationnelle. Il s’agit ainsi d’indiquer la « forme  canonique » que revêtait le Chaebol avant la crise, afin de fixer des repères pour mesurer et évaluer l’ampleur et la nature des mutations intervenues après la crise de 1997. La deuxième et la troisième section proposent une analyse de la réforme financière et de la réforme du secteur des entreprises conduites en Corée après 1997 et largement influencées par le FMI. La quatrième section présente une analyse concrète des changements au sein de deux Chaebols majeurs (Hyundai et Samsung depuis la crise financière. A partir de ces études de cas et de données empiriques complémentaires sont mis en évidence tout à la fois les changements et la permanence dans la structure et le comportement des Chaebols, suite aux modifications institutionnelles introduites après la crise financière de 1997.The Chaebol after the 1997. Financial Crisis Changes and Continuity. The paper presents the changes undergone by the Korean Chaebols after the financial crisis of 1997. The first section shortly recalls the history of the birth and development of the Chaebols and presents their specific organizational traits.  The second and third sections are dedicated to the presentation of the financial reforms and of the reforms of the enterprises implemented in Korea after 1997. The fourth section presents two cases studies of the changes introduced after 1997 on two major chaebols : Hyundai Group and Samsung Group. These case studies and other more general empirical data are used to evaluate both the changes and the continuity in Chaebol’s organizational forms and behaviours after the 1997

  2. Analysis of Heat Removal Capability of PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) in APR (Advanced Power Reactor Plus)

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    As passive safety features for nuclear power plants receive increasing attention, South Korea has designed PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) for APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus). Because the PAFS replaces a conventional active auxiliary feedwater system and plays a role in the ultimate heat sink for decay heat, it is necessary to evaluate the heat removal capability of PAFS under postulated accidents conditions. Therefore, the performance analysis is carried out for two accident cases: Loss of Condenser Vacuum (LOCV) and Feedwater Line Break (FLB) accidents. For the analysis, MARS-KS code is used and MARS-KS model is developed by adding PAFS model to the existing APR1400 model

  3. Analysis of Heat Removal Capability of PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) in APR (Advanced Power Reactor Plus)

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    Cho, Y. J.; Kang, K. H.; Yun, B. J. [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-03-15

    As passive safety features for nuclear power plants receive increasing attention, South Korea has designed PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) for APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus). Because the PAFS replaces a conventional active auxiliary feedwater system and plays a role in the ultimate heat sink for decay heat, it is necessary to evaluate the heat removal capability of PAFS under postulated accidents conditions. Therefore, the performance analysis is carried out for two accident cases: Loss of Condenser Vacuum (LOCV) and Feedwater Line Break (FLB) accidents. For the analysis, MARS-KS code is used and MARS-KS model is developed by adding PAFS model to the existing APR1400 model.

  4. New tools for NTD vaccines: A case study of quality control assays for product development of the human hookworm vaccine Na-APR-1M74.

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    Pearson, Mark S; Jariwala, Amar R; Abbenante, Giovanni; Plieskatt, Jordan; Wilson, David; Bottazzi, Maria Elena; Hotez, Peter J; Keegan, Brian; Bethony, Jeffrey M; Loukas, Alex

    2015-01-01

    Na-APR-1(M74) is an aspartic protease that is rendered enzymatically inactive by site-directed mutagenesis and is a candidate antigen component in the Human Hookworm Vaccine. The mutant protease exerts vaccine efficacy by inducing antibodies that neutralize the enzymatic activity of wild type enzyme (Na-APR-1wt) in the gut of the hookworm, thereby depriving the worm of its ability to digest its blood meal. Previously, canines immunized with Na-APR-1(M74) and challenged with Ancylostoma caninum were partially protected against hookworm challenge infection, especially from the loss in hemoglobin observed in control canines and canine immunoglobulin (Ig) G raised against Na-APR-1 was shown to inhibit the enzymatic activity of Na-APR-1 wt in vitro, thereby providing proof of concept of Na-APR-1(M74) as a vaccine antigen. The mutated version, Na-APR-1(M74), was then expressed at the cGMP level using a Nicotiana benthamiana expression system (Fraunhofer, CMB, Delaware, MD), formulated with Alhydrogel®, and used to immunize mice in a dose-ranging study to explore the enzyme-neutralizing capacity of the resulting anti- Na-APR-1(M74) IgG. As little as 0.99 μg of recombinant Na-APR-1(M74) could induce anti Na-APR-1(M74) IgG in mice that were capable of inhibiting Na-APR-1w t-mediated digestion of a peptide substrate by 89%. In the absence of enzymatic activity of Na-APR-1(M74) as a surrogate marker of protein functionality, we developed an assay based on the binding of a quenched fluorescence-labeled inhibitor of aspartic proteases, BODIPY-FL pepstatin A (BDP). Binding of BDP in the active site of Na-APR-1 wt was demonstrated by inhibition of enzymatic activity, and competitive binding with unlabelled pepstatin A. BDP also bound to Na-APR-1(M74) which was assessed by fluorescence polarization, but with an ∼ 50-fold reduction in the dissociation constant. Taken together, these assays comprise a "toolbox" that could be useful for the analyses of Na-APR-1(M74) as it

  5. Effects of acute and chronic exposition on larvae of pejerrey Odontesthes Argentinensis to water soluble fraction (WSF) of crude oil

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    Gusmao, Emeline P.; Rodrigues, Ricardo V.; Moreira, Caue B.; Seyffert, Bianca; Ignacio, Gabriela; Fillmann, Gilberto; Sampaio, Luis A.; Miranda-Filho, Kleber C. [Fundacao Universidade do Rio Grande (FURG), RS (Brazil)

    2008-07-01

    Petroleum is considered one of the greatest marine water pollutants, but there have been few studies on the impact of oil on biota. The water-soluble fraction (WSF) of a crude oil contains a mixture of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), phenols and heterocyclic compounds. Marine 'pejerrey' Odontesthes argentinensis (Teleostei: Atherinopsidae) is a important commercial species in Brazilian southern region and has great potential for mariculture. The aim of this study was to investigate the lethal and sub-lethal effects of the WSF crude oil exposition on the early life stages of O. argentinensis using acute (96 hours) and chronic (21 days) toxicity tests. Water-soluble fraction of heavy crude oil was prepared using a ratio of one part crude oil to nine parts filtered seawater and mixing for 24 h. Newly hatched larvae and 17 days old larvae were used for the tests, respectively. According to the results, median lethal concentration (LC50) was estimated in 55.0% of the WSF and safe level was estimated in 5.5% of WSF. These data can be used as a tool in environmental conservation studies. Heavy crude oil WSF presented total PAHs of 197.83 ng/mL and total BTEX of 106.1 {mu}g/L. (author)

  6. Work function measurements during plasma exposition at conditions relevant in negative ion sources for the ITER neutral beam injection

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    Gutser, R. [Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, EURATOM Association, 85748 Garching (Germany); Wimmer, C. [Lst. f. Experimentelle Plasmaphysik, Universitaet Augsburg, 86135 Augsburg (Germany); Fantz, U. [Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, EURATOM Association, 85748 Garching (Germany); Lst. f. Experimentelle Plasmaphysik, Universitaet Augsburg, 86135 Augsburg (Germany)

    2011-02-15

    Cesium seeded sources for surface generated negative hydrogen ions are major components of neutral beam injection systems in future large-scale fusion experiments such as ITER. The stability and delivered current density depend highly on the work function during vacuum and plasma phases of the ion source. One of the most important quantities that affect the source performance is the work function. A modified photocurrent method was developed to measure the temporal behavior of the work function during and after cesium evaporation. The investigation of cesium exposed Mo and MoLa samples under ITER negative hydrogen ion based neutral beam injection relevant surface and plasma conditions showed the influence of impurities which result in a fast degradation when the plasma exposure or the cesium flux onto the sample is stopped. A minimum work function close to that of bulk cesium was obtained under the influence of the plasma exposition, while a significantly higher work function was observed under ITER-like vacuum conditions.

  7. Histological examination of pancreatic parenchymal changes induced by an experimental fractionated local exposition to X-rays

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    After exposition to a total dose of 8,000 R delivered with 16 fractions, the pancreatic parenchymal changes in rats were investigated using histological and histochemical techniques. The observations were performed from the first to the 150th day following the last fraction. During the period of acute changes (1st to 15th day), the most part of the acini is morphologically intact, many smaller or greater necrotic foci, however, are to be seen. This is partly due to the enzymes with cytolytic effects, coming from the damaged smaller ducts and from glandular acini. The formation of the other part of the necrobiotic foci originates not only from direct radiation injury, but also from the capillary lesion by radiation. The injury to the wall of greater ducts induces edema, inflammations, dilatation of efferent ductules and stasis, all this leading consequently to an atrophy of the acini associated with the efferent ducts. During the period of chronical changes (50th to 150th day), the number of capillaries diminishes, the necrobiotic foci are multiplied especially in places where no capillaries are visible. This clearly emphasizes the role of the pathological reasons for capillary lesions. The regenerative phenomena occur only to a lesser extent, being confined to the efferent ducts. The extension of the necrotic zones together with the insignificant regeneration leads to a gradual destruction of the tissular substance. It is concluded that the radiosensitivity of the organ can only be determined, if its acute and chronical changes are known. (orig.)

  8. A noninvasive test of exposition to toxicants: quantitative analysis of cytochrome P4501A expression in fish scales.

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    Quirós, Laia; Raldúa, Demetrio; Navarro, Anna; Casado, Marta; Barceló, Damià; Piña, Benjamin

    2007-10-01

    Elevated expression of cytochrome P4501A (CYP1A) is an established biomarker for exposition to a wide range of toxicants, particularly for dioxin and structurally similar compounds. Expression of CYP1A usually is analyzed in internal organs, which involves dissection of the specimen. To avoid unnecessary animal killing, we present here an alternative method based on the monitoring of CYP1A expression in fish scales. Using beta-naphthoflavone (BNF; 50 mg/kg body wt, intraperitoneal injection) as inducer in goldfish (Carassius auratus), we monitored levels of CYP1A mRNA both in scales and liver of treated and control specimens. Treatment with BNF resulted in a similar induction of CYP1A gene in both tissues, although scales responded faster (at 8 h after treatment) than liver (between 24 and 48 h). The scale-based test has the unique advantage of allowing sequential testing in the same specimen, which facilitates analysis of the time course of CYP1A induction and allows the study of individual variability. The method implies minimal suffering of the animals, because it only requires removal of a moderate (n = 1-3) number of scales for each time point. This nondestructive, fast, and relatively inexpensive test for toxic exposure therefore is suitable for environmental monitoring and food safety control programs in which specimen preservation is required. PMID:17867895

  9. A MARS and MIDAS Linked Accident Simulation for Large LOCA in APR1400

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    A linked calculation utilizing the design-basis code MARS and the severe accident code MIDAS has been accomplished for a station blackout simulation in APR1400. The MARS code was developed by using the RELAP3/MOD3 and COBRA-TF codes, while the MIDAS code is currently under a development process using the MELCOR code. The objectives of this paper are to explain how to identify the MAR-MIDAS linked calculation outlines and the technical problems, including the MARS data transfer method, the MIDAS input generation works and so on. For the performance verification of the MARS-MIDAS linked calculation, the MARS, MIDAS and their linkage system are run independently for the same initiating event, so that their data can be compared with each other after the selection of proper variables

  10. A MARS and MIDAS Linked Accident Simulation for Large LOCA in APR1400

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    Choi, Young; Kim, K. R.; Kim, D. H.; Chung, B. D. [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Taejon (Korea, Republic of)

    2006-07-01

    A linked calculation utilizing the design-basis code MARS and the severe accident code MIDAS has been accomplished for a station blackout simulation in APR1400. The MARS code was developed by using the RELAP3/MOD3 and COBRA-TF codes, while the MIDAS code is currently under a development process using the MELCOR code. The objectives of this paper are to explain how to identify the MAR-MIDAS linked calculation outlines and the technical problems, including the MARS data transfer method, the MIDAS input generation works and so on. For the performance verification of the MARS-MIDAS linked calculation, the MARS, MIDAS and their linkage system are run independently for the same initiating event, so that their data can be compared with each other after the selection of proper variables.

  11. Schemes of a MARS and MIDAS linked simulation for SBO in APR1400

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    A linked calculation utilizing the design-basis code MARS and the severe accident code MIDAS has been accomplished for a station blackout simulation in APR1400. The MARS code was developed by using the RELAP3/MOD3 and COBRA-TF codes, while the MIDAS code is currently under a development process using the MELCOR code. In this paper, the MAR-MIDAS linked calculation outlines and the technical problems are presented, including the MARS data transfer method, the MARS and MIDAS node mapping and variable definition principles, the MIDAS input generation works and so on. For the performance verification of the MARS-MIDAS linked calculation, the MARS, MIDAS and their linkage system are run independently for the same initiating event, so that their data can be compared with each other after the selection of proper variables. (author)

  12. Signoles Aude, Le Hamas au pouvoir et après ?, Toulouse, Editions Milan, 2006.

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    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available Dans les étroites limites imposées par la collection (absence totale de notes et de bibliographie, 112 p. en format réduit, le petit livre d’Aude Signoles, Le Hamas au pouvoir et après ?, commence à combler un vide de l’édition française. Le seul livre jusque là disponible en français et entièrement consacré à Hamas remonte à 7 années maintenant ; doté de nombreuses erreurs factuelles et faisant comme si Hamas était apparu avec l’autonomie des années 1990, il ignorait tout de son passé d’Ass...

  13. Study on MELCOR Modeling for Emergency External Water Injection Scenario of SBO in APR1400

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    In the present study, a MELCOR model for APR1400 was developed and applied to analyze a SBO scenario selected to confirm the effectiveness of the means. In this analysis, the primary and secondary emergency cooling water injection were considered. Leakage from the Reactor Coolant Pump (RCP) seal and opening of the Atmosphere Dump Valve (ADV) were modeled as well to simulate the external pump injection strategy. In this study, the analysis results showed that the external injection strategy with an ADV manual opening could successfully cool down the reactor for a station blackout accident through its effective implementation. It was found that the RCP seal leakage rate is a sensitive parameter for depressurization of the RCS. In this regard, further study is needed to develop a realistic RCP seal leakage model, referring to detailed technical data

  14. Reliability analysis of protection system of advanced pressurized water reactor - APR 1400

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    Reliability analysis was carried out for the protection system of the Korean Advanced Pressurized Water Reactor - APR 1400. The main focus of this study was the reliability analysis of digital protection system, however, towards giving an integrated statement of complete protection reliability an attempt has been made to include the shutdown devices and other related aspects based on the information available to date. The sensitivity analysis has been carried out for the critical components / functions in the system. Other aspects like importance analysis and human error reliability for the critical human actions form part of this work. The framework provided by this study and the results obtained shows that this analysis has potential to be utilized as part of risk informed approach for future design / regulatory applications

  15. Assessment of fluid flow characteristics for fluidic device in APR 1400

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    New evolutionary light water reactors (LWRs) are being developed all over the world today. Some of those LWRs employ so-called passive safety components that use natural phenomena as the driving force such as expansion of pressurised gas, natural circulation, and so forth. These passive safety components and their systems are applied to improve the safety of nuclear power plants, further achieving not only to simplify the safety system, but also to improve its reliability and to provide a sufficient time margin to enable the operators to cope with accidents. The APR 1400 (Advanced Pressurised Water Reactor), which is a Korean Next Generation Reactor, adopted fluidic device as one of its passive pieces of safety equipment. The fluidic device is installed at the bottom of the inner space of the Safety Injection Tank (SIT) to control the flow rate of emergency cooling water during a large break loss of coolant accident (LBLOCA). During the past two years, a scale model test to obtain the required flow characteristics of the device under the APR 1400 specific conditions has been performed in Korea. The performance verification test was conducted to obtain the optimum characteristics and design data of full fluidic device (FD). In this study, the thermal-hydraulic characteristics for the fluidic device are analysed using SIMPLE algorithm with an aim to develop the assessment and verification guidelines for the APR 1400. To assess the flow characteristics for fluidic device, a three dimensional numerical model is developed and its results are compared with those of experiments. The fluid flow characteristics of the FD, which is passive flow control device in the SIT of APR-1400 are assessed using SIMPLE algorithm using FLUENT code and are compared with the experimental results. In this study, the fluid flow rate and pressure in the FD are predicted on the basis of the boundary condition at the entrance of supply port, control port, and discharge port respectively, so as

  16. Marrakech, un mois plus tard, 10 ans après

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    Full Text Available Il y a bientôt un mois, la place Jemma el Fna, dans la médina de Marrakech, et tout Marrakech avec elle, étaient secouées par un attentat terroriste. La ville en parle intensément, dans les rues, dans les cafés, dans les journaux. Il y a 10 ans, cette même place entrait dans le cercle des sites du patrimoine Mondial de l'Humanité. Jemma el Fna retentit cette semaine des festivités organisées pour célébrer cet anniversaire. La fête après le drame ? Comme pour oublier ? Certainement pas. Toujou...

  17. Development and Verification of MAAP5.0.3 Parameter file for APR1400

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    Seo, Mi Ro; Kim, Hyeong Taek [KHNP-CRI, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    After the Fukushima accident, EPRI has continuously upgrade the MAAP5 (Modular Accident Analysis Program version 5) that is expected to expand the limitation of MAAP4. As a result of those efforts, the MAAP5.0.2 (Build 5020000) was released officially in December, 2013. Also, in August, 2014, the newest version of MAAP5, MAAP 5.0.3 (Build 5030000), was officially released. The parameter file development is essential for severe accident analysis using MAAP code for specific plant. In 2014, KHNP developed the first draft version of MAAP 5.0.2 parameter file for APR1400 type NPP and had tested for some basic severe accident sequence. And, until now, KHNP has continuously complemented the first draft version of APR1400 type NPP parameter file for MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3. In this study, we analysis the MCCI phenomena using MAAP 5.0.3 version with the 2''n''d draft version of APR1400 parameter file developed by KHNP. The purpose of this study is to compare the major difference in MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3 MCCI model and to verify the appropriateness of the 2''n''d draft version of parameter file. The MCCI phenomena have been controversial issues in the severe accident progression, so there have been great efforts to solve them until now. As the part of these efforts, EPRI published MAAP 5.0.3 version which is known that the 'Lower head plenum model' and the 'MCCI model' was upgraded. KHNP have the plan in order to upgrade the old parameter file based on MAAP4 to that based on MAAP5.0.2 or higher version for all domestic nuclear power plants. So, we have continuously developed the MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3 parameter file for APR1400 type NPP. In this study, we analyzed the MCCI phenomena using MAAP 5.0.3 and 2''n''d draft version parameter file. And we found some insight as belows; (1) The Melt Eruption Model can greatly affect the MCCI progression only in the case of limestone concrete in the wet cavity

  18. Vertical Seismic Responses of Seismically Isolated APR1400 Structures supported by Laminated Rubber Bearings

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    The low horizontal shear stiffness of the isolator bearing is, typically, accompanied by large lateral displacements in the seismically isolated system. These large lateral displacements might lead to reductions in the vertical stiffness of the elastomeric or lead.rubber bearing (LRB). This paper summarizes the analytical study results performed with APR1400 model isolated with LRBs aimed at investigating the influence of vertical ground motion. Three types of earthquake motions are used as input motion. Floor response spectra are computed at the specific points of the structure to compare the vertical responses of seismically isolated structure to those of fixed base structure. The vertical responses of seismically isolated structure with LRBs might be increased than in the fixed base structure. This fact should be considered in the design stage. The vertical stiffness of the LRB should be reasonably estimated to design a seismically isolated nuclear structure

  19. Development and Verification of MAAP5.0.3 Parameter file for APR1400

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    After the Fukushima accident, EPRI has continuously upgrade the MAAP5 (Modular Accident Analysis Program version 5) that is expected to expand the limitation of MAAP4. As a result of those efforts, the MAAP5.0.2 (Build 5020000) was released officially in December, 2013. Also, in August, 2014, the newest version of MAAP5, MAAP 5.0.3 (Build 5030000), was officially released. The parameter file development is essential for severe accident analysis using MAAP code for specific plant. In 2014, KHNP developed the first draft version of MAAP 5.0.2 parameter file for APR1400 type NPP and had tested for some basic severe accident sequence. And, until now, KHNP has continuously complemented the first draft version of APR1400 type NPP parameter file for MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3. In this study, we analysis the MCCI phenomena using MAAP 5.0.3 version with the 2''n''d draft version of APR1400 parameter file developed by KHNP. The purpose of this study is to compare the major difference in MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3 MCCI model and to verify the appropriateness of the 2''n''d draft version of parameter file. The MCCI phenomena have been controversial issues in the severe accident progression, so there have been great efforts to solve them until now. As the part of these efforts, EPRI published MAAP 5.0.3 version which is known that the 'Lower head plenum model' and the 'MCCI model' was upgraded. KHNP have the plan in order to upgrade the old parameter file based on MAAP4 to that based on MAAP5.0.2 or higher version for all domestic nuclear power plants. So, we have continuously developed the MAAP 5.0.2 and 5.0.3 parameter file for APR1400 type NPP. In this study, we analyzed the MCCI phenomena using MAAP 5.0.3 and 2''n''d draft version parameter file. And we found some insight as belows; (1) The Melt Eruption Model can greatly affect the MCCI progression only in the case of limestone concrete in the wet cavity

  20. Analysis Of Control Rod Ejection Of APR1400 By RELAP5

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    This paper presents the analysis of Reactivity Induced Accident caused by ejection of a Control Element Assembly (CEA) from APR 1400 reactor vessel within 0.05 second. The initial condition were assumed as following: power level at 102%, delayed neutron fraction β = 412 pcm and CEA worth = 110 pcm. The analysis was simulated by RELAP5 code through two step: calculation of steady state and calculation of transient with initial condition mentioned as above. Some output results were presented with explanation: sequence of events corresponding to the time of the accident, the system behavior as power, reactivity feedback from fuel temperature changes (Doppler) as well as temperature, pressure, DNBR within 6 second of the accident. (author)

  1. Analysis Of Feedwater Line Break Of APR1400 By MARS Code

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    This paper will deal with analysis of Feed water Line Break problem (FWLB) of the APR 1400 NPP with initial conditions: operation at 100% of power, double-ended break area of 0.058 m2 and the break location of the feedwater line between the check valve and the steam generator. The analysis was simulated by MARS code through two step: calculation for steady state and calculation for transient state with initial condition mentioned. Some output result were presented with explanation: sequence of events corresponding to the time of the accident, the system behavior as temperature, pressure, steam generator water levels as well as DNBR, etc. before and after the accident. (author)

  2. Preliminary Analysis of Ex-Vessel Steam Explosion using TEXAS-V code for APR1400

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    The purpose of this study is to explore input development and the audit calculation using TEXAS-V code for ex-vessel steam explosion for a flooded reactor cavity of APR1400. TEXAS computational models are one of the simplified tools for simulations of fuel-coolant interaction during mixing, triggering and explosion phase. The models of TEXAS code were validated by performing the fundamental experimental investigation in the KROTOS facility at JRC, Ispra. The experiments such as KROTOS and FARO experiment are aimed at providing benchmark data to examine the effect of fuel-coolant initial conditions and mixing on explosion energetics with alumina and prototypical core material. TEXAS-V code used in this study was to analyze and predict the ex-vessel steam explosion for a reactor scale. The input deck to simulate the flooded reactor cavity of APR1400 is developed and base case calculation is performed. This study will provide a base for further study. The code will be of use for the evaluation and sensitivity study of ex-vessel steam explosion for ERVC strategy in the future studies. Analysis result of this study is similar to the result of other study. Through this study, it is found that TEXAS-V could be the used as a tool for predicting the steam explosion load on a reactor scale, as fast running computer code. In addition, TEXAS-V code could be to evaluate the impact of various uncertainties, which are not clearly understood yet, to provide a conservative envelope for the steam explosion

  3. De l’exposition de la Tour Paris 13 au concept de musée à ciel ouvert 

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    KULLMANN, Clotilde

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    En octobre 2013, une exposition inédite sur le street art s’est tenue dans la « Tour Paris 13 », un bâtiment en attente de démolition dans le 13e arrondissement de Paris. Cet événement est le fruit de l’expression d’une centaine d’artistes internationaux invités par la galerie Itinerrance à investir les 36 appartements du bâtiment et ses façades pendant près d’un an. Largement relayé par la presse et les réseaux sociaux, l’exposition de la Tour Paris 13 aurait attiré, selon les différentes so...

  4. Exposition Lewis W. Hine : Entretien avec Agnès Sire, Directrice de la Fondation Cartier-Bresson, le 13 octobre 2011

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    Frédéric Perrier

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Une famille italienne à la recherche d’un bagage égaré, Ellis Island, 1905© Lewis Hine / collection George Eastman House, RochesterF.P : Agnès Sire, pourquoi avoir choisi de consacrer une exposition à Lewis Hine ?A.S : La programmation est très intuitive, je l’assume. J’en parle avec la Présidente de la Fondation, Martine Franck Cartier-Bresson, et nous sommes en général d’accord. Cela faisait plusieurs années que je voulais monter une exposition sur Lewis Hine mais la George Eastman House [o...

  5. Comment évaluer l'exposition aux pesticides de l’air en population générale ? Enseignements d’une revue bibliographique

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    Aschan-Leygonie, Christina; Baudet-Michel, Sophie; Harpet, Cyrille; Augendre, Marie; Lavie, Émilie; Grésillon, Etienne; Hechinger, Morgane

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    Cet article présente les méthodes mises en œuvre pour évaluer l’exposition aux pesticides de l’air en population générale. Il repose sur une revue bibliographique conduite à partir d’articles portant sur l’exposition environnementale en Amérique du Nord, Europe et Australie et parus dans des revues médicales et de sciences humaines. Dans un premier temps, les méthodes d’évaluation directe (présence des pesticides dans l'air, dans les poussières intérieures des résidences ou dans les matrices ...

  6. EFFECTS ON THE PERFORMANCE DURING A MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE TASK DUE TO THE TYPE AND ORDER OF EXPOSITION TO THE TRANSFERENCE TESTS

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    CAMILO HURTADO-PARRADO

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    Full Text Available This study evaluated the effects of manipulating the type and order of presentation of transference tests. Twenty eightundergraduate students divided in 4 groups were exposed to a second order matching to sample procedure. Theconditions of exposition were: ascending difficulty/complexity order of the tests, descending order and two randomlyassigned orders. Results are discussed in terms of percentages of effectiveness; additionally, the latency is proposed asan alternative measure sensitive to the level of difficulty of this kind of tasks. Findings showed heterogeneity in thevelocity of acquisition of the conditional discriminations during the training phase, even though the conditions of thetask were equal for all the subjects. The exposition to the ascending and descending order seemed to affect negativelythe effective behavioral adjustment, whereas one of the randomly assigned sequences seemed to be the best condition.The order of exposition to transference tests, in interaction with a history of early acquisition in the training phase,served to understand the findings of this study and to discuss the necessity of a systematical evaluation of the factors implied in the transference tests. It is suggested to assess the validity of different kind of transference tests and theconvenience of some of them to be use in the investigation of the phenomena related to the effective and variablebehavior.

  7. ‘... conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary’: The exposition of the Heidelberg Catechism in the light of present-day criticism

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    Ignatius W.C. (Natie van Wyk

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available The article is a contribution to the 450 year celebrations of the Heidelberg Catechism (HC. Sunday 14, Questions and Answers 35 and 36 receive attention. It deals with the two statements of the creed ‘… conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary’. The exposition of the HC is compared to the catechisms of Zacharias Ursinus and John Calvin in order to capture something about the historicity of the text. The exposition of the creed is an on-going process. Karl Barth, Eberhard Busch and Jan Milič Lochman are good examples of Reformed theologians who remain faithful to the intention of the HC, but who explain these statements with present-day criticism in mind. The exposition of Peter Berger is valuable because this sceptic argues that the opinion of modern, liberal Protestantism is of no value. The article concludes that the ‘virgin birth’ as such has no great value. It is only one aspect of the Christian gospel. It also does not proof the divinity of Christ. The divinity of Christ is presupposed.

  8. Influence of short- and long-term exposition to Roundup on the spontaneous and hormonally stimulated LH secretion and gills condition in Prussian carp (Carassius gibelio

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    Grzegorz Gosiewski

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Roundup is the most extensively used herbicide in world agriculture. In the present study weexamined the influence of Roundup at the concentration of 15 mg L-1on luteinizing hormone (LHsecretion and reproduction of Prussian carp females. Experiment was conducted at the University ofAgriculture, Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries in Kraków, Poland from May to October 2010.Control fish were kept in Roundup–free water. Short-term exposition lasted 10 days, and long-termexposition 6 months. At the end of both experiments samples of blood were collected and all fish wereinjected with salmon GnRH analogue (D-Arg6 sGnRH-A, 10 μg kg-1of b.w. and pimozide (dopamineantagonist, 5 mg kg-1of b.w. After injection blood samples were collected at 6, 12 and 24 hours. LHlevels were measured by the ELISA. For histopathological analyses gill samples were stained with H&Emethod. Analysis of LH concentrations did not show any significant differences between LH levels neitherin experimental nor control group at both times of exposition. However the pathological changes in gillsin fish from experimental groups in short and long-term exposition were found.

  9. Separate and integral effect tests for validation of cooling and operational performance of the APR+ passive auxiliary feedwater system

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    The passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) is one of the advanced safety features adopted in the APR+, which is intended to completely replace the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system. With an aim of validating the cooling and operational performance of PAFS, an experimental program is in progress at KAERI, which is composed of two kinds of tests; the separate effect test and the integral effect test. The separate effect test, PASCAL (PAFS Condensing Heat Removal Assessment Loop), is being performed to experimentally investigate the condensation heat transfer and natural convection phenomena in PAFS. A single, nearly-horizontal U-tube, whose dimensions are the same as the prototypic U-tube of the APR+ PAFS, is simulated in the PASCAL test. The PASCAL experimental result showed that the present design of PAFS satisfied the heat removal requirement for cooling down the reactor core during the anticipated accident transients. The integral effect test is in progress to confirm the operational performance of PAFS, coupled with the reactor coolant systems using the ATLAS facility. As the first integral effect test, an FLB (feedwater line break) accident was simulated for the APR+. From the integral effect test result, it could be concluded that the APR+ has the capability of coping with the hypothetical FLB accident by adopting PAFS and proper set-points of its operation.

  10. Validating the AP[R] German Language Exam through a Curricular Survey of Third-Year College Language Courses

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    Bischof, Deborah Lokai

    2005-01-01

    Curriculum surveys are used periodically to validate the use of Advanced Place Program[R] (AP[R]) Exams as assessments of skills required for advanced college-level study. In the case of AP German Language, the target level is third-year college language study. This article presents results from a 2003 curriculum survey completed by third-year…

  11. 14. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 14. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria tecnica

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    Selected papers from the 14th annual national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services have been separately cited in the database. The seminar is jointly sponsored by ATPAE, PEMEX, and FIDE.

  12. 16. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 16. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria tecnica

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    Selected papers from the 16th annual national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services have been separately cited in the database. The seminar is jointly sponsored by ATPAE, CONAE, and FIDE.

  13. 18. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 18. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicos. Memoria tecnica

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    Selected papers from the 18th annual national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services have been separately cited in the database. The seminar is jointly sponsored by ATPAE, CONAE, and FIDE.

  14. 13. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 13. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria tecnica

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    Selected papers from the 13th annual national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services have been separately cited in the database. The seminar is jointly sponsored by ATPAE and FIDE.

  15. 17. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 17. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria tecnica

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  16. Development of the Phenomena Identification Ranking Table (PIRT) for the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) of the APR+

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    The APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor plus) is a Gen- III+ pressurized water reactor (PWR) of which the standard design is currently being developed in Korea. This reactor adopts new design features which are believed to contribute not only to enhancement in nuclear safety but also to improvement in economic competitiveness. While the conventional nuclear power plants have utilized the active cooling systems, the APR+ adopts two types of passive safety features; an advanced fluidic device (FD+) and a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS). The PAFS is one of the passive cooling systems of the APR+ which can replace an active system for auxiliary feedwater injection to a steam generator. A schematic diagram of the PAFS is shown in Fig. 1. It cools down the secondary system by heat transfer at horizontal heat exchangers in a PCCT (Passive Condensation Cooling Tank). High pressure steam flow from the steam generator is condensed in the horizontal heat exchanger, and the water in the PCCT pool is evaporated by a boiling heat transfer at the outside wall of the heat exchanger. With an aim of validating the cooling and operational performance of the PAFS, a separate effect test, PASCAL (PAFS Condensing heat removal Assessment Loop) is being performed at KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute). In this study, Phenomena Identification and Ranking Table (PIRT) has been developed for identifying the major parameters affecting the thermal-hydraulic phenomena which originate from the adoption of the PAFS in the APR+. The PIRT process can be widely used to improve a safety analysis code for a new application and to establish experimental programs and to support the resolution of the licensing issues. The PIRT process used in this study follows the methodology previously applied in the APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe) PIRTs for large break loss of coolant accident (LBLOCA) and direct vessel injection (DVI) line break events

  17. Development of the Phenomena Identification Ranking Table (PIRT) for the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) of the APR+

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    Song, Chul Hwa; Chung, Bub Dong; Kang, Kyoung Ho; Kang, Han Ok [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Yun, Byong Jo [Pusan National University, Busan (Korea, Republic of); Bang, Young Suk [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Seong, Ho Je [KEPCO E and C, Yongin (Korea, Republic of); Hong, Soon Joon [FNC Technology Co. Ltd., Seoul (Korea, Republic of); Sim, Suk Ku [EN2t Inc., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-05-15

    The APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor plus) is a Gen- III+ pressurized water reactor (PWR) of which the standard design is currently being developed in Korea. This reactor adopts new design features which are believed to contribute not only to enhancement in nuclear safety but also to improvement in economic competitiveness. While the conventional nuclear power plants have utilized the active cooling systems, the APR+ adopts two types of passive safety features; an advanced fluidic device (FD+) and a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS). The PAFS is one of the passive cooling systems of the APR+ which can replace an active system for auxiliary feedwater injection to a steam generator. A schematic diagram of the PAFS is shown in Fig. 1. It cools down the secondary system by heat transfer at horizontal heat exchangers in a PCCT (Passive Condensation Cooling Tank). High pressure steam flow from the steam generator is condensed in the horizontal heat exchanger, and the water in the PCCT pool is evaporated by a boiling heat transfer at the outside wall of the heat exchanger. With an aim of validating the cooling and operational performance of the PAFS, a separate effect test, PASCAL (PAFS Condensing heat removal Assessment Loop) is being performed at KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute). In this study, Phenomena Identification and Ranking Table (PIRT) has been developed for identifying the major parameters affecting the thermal-hydraulic phenomena which originate from the adoption of the PAFS in the APR+. The PIRT process can be widely used to improve a safety analysis code for a new application and to establish experimental programs and to support the resolution of the licensing issues. The PIRT process used in this study follows the methodology previously applied in the APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor 1400 MWe) PIRTs for large break loss of coolant accident (LBLOCA) and direct vessel injection (DVI) line break events

  18. Consumer exposure. Basic considerations for regulatory exposure estimations; Exposition des Verbrauchers. Grundlegende Ueberlegungen fuer die Expositionsabschaetzung im regulatorischen Bereich

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    Heinemeyer, G. [Bundesinstitut fuer Risikobewertung, Berlin (Germany)

    2003-05-01

    ) or LOAEL (low observed adverse effect level). A small hazard/exposure ratio can be attributed to a probability of high risk, whereas a large ratio indicates a small risk of health hazards. The following article discusses the main principles of exposure estimation. (orig.) [German] Die Bewertung von Verbraucherexpositionen umschliesst alle Quellen und Pfade, ueber die Personen im privaten und haeuslichen Umfeld mit Chemikalien in Kontakt kommen. Dabei sind Verbraucher nicht nur diejenigen, die selbst Verbraucherprodukte anwenden, sondern auch alle weiteren Personen, die sekundaer (indirekt) mit dem Produkt Kontakt haben, z.B. Familienangehoerige. Eine Verbraucherexposition kann gemessen oder geschaetzt werden. Beide Verfahren haben Vor- und Nachteile. Waehrend sich Messungen meistens auf individuelle Expositionssituationen beziehen, beschreiben Modelle eher eine verallgemeinerte Expositionssituation (Szenario). Messungen haben daher ihren Platz, wo Quellen von Schadstoffen aufgespuert werden muessen, Modelle eher dort, wo systematisierte Betrachtungen von Risiken durchgefuehrt werden. Zur Expositionsschaetzung gehoeren 3 Abschnitte, erstens die Charakterisierung der Expositionsquelle (z.B. eine Haushaltschemikalie) mit Beschreibung der Anwendungsmodalitaeten (Haeufigkeit, Dauer); zweitens die Beschreibung des zeitlichen Verlaufes der Konzentration des Stoffes im Kontaktmedium, vor allem in der Luft und auf der Haut. Die Exposition wird darueber hinaus durch das Verhalten der exponierten Person selbst bestimmt. Hier ist die Kontaktdauer, auch Zeitbudget genannt, von grosser Bedeutung. Besondere Verhaltensmuster koennen auch fuer bestimmte Populationen von Bedeutung sein. Man nimmt an, dass z.B. im Kindesalter die orale Aufnahme durch das sog. Mouthing (Hand-in-den-Mund-Stecken) eine besondere Rolle spielt. Die Risikocharakterisierung erfolgt durch einen Vergleich der Exposition, ausgedrueckt als Konzentration oder Dosis, mit dem NOAEL (No Observed Adverse Effect Level

  19. Analysis of steam condensation in APR1400 IRWST for loss of coolant accident

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    The In-Containment Refueling Water Storage Tank (IRWST) of APR1400 is installed at the bottom of containment building to promote the plant safety functions during an accident. This design feature brings about uncertainty factors which may necessitate conventional prediction of temperature and pressure of containment building improved or revised when an accident occurs. The hot steam which is released from RCS break enters the IRWST through four Pressure Relief Dampers (PRDs). It is expected to be condensed with water stored in IRWST, in which water is colder than incoming steam. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of IRWST and pressure relief damper on back pressure and temperature in APR1400 containment codes such as CONTEMPT-LT and GOTHIC. The comparison of codes showed that GOTHIC code be more appropriate for the prediction of containment pressure and temperature under the condition of steam condensation occurring in confined water pool. Especially, the GOTHIC has superior capability to treat multi-compartmentalized geometry This study developed one-compartment (single) model, two-compartment (separated) model, and three-dimension (3-D) model, respectively. Two compartment model separates the IRWST from the other containment compartments. In 3-D model, only the IRWST is nodalized with Cartesian modeling. The single model is developed for comparison with two-compartment model which can analyze PRD's influence. The separated model for predicting PRD's influence divides the space between containment and IRWST. 3-D model for IRWST was generated because it is not symmetric considering location of sparger, pump, and suction sump. Therefore, IRWST is simulated with not only detailed three-dimensional behavior but also independent flow paths for four PRDs. Many experimental studies for the direct-contact heat transfer in stratified steam water flows, cocurrent or countercurrent, have been performed (Segev et al., 1981; Lim et al., 1981; Kim and

  20. Apreçamento de opções de IDI usando o modelo CIR

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    José Santiago Fajardo Barbachan

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available A opção de IDI da BM&F possui características peculiares que torna o seu apreçamento diferente das opções de taxa de juros mais comuns, como as de títulos de renda fixa. Este artigo desenvolve uma fórmula para apreçamento dessas opções de IDI, utilizando a precificação livre de arbitragem. O modelo utilizado considera apenas um fator estocástico: a taxa de juros livre de risco de curto prazo. A equação diferencial usada para modelar o comportamento da taxa de juros é a do modelo CIR (COX INGERSOLL & ROSS, 1985, que possui reversão à média e não permite a existência de taxas de juros nominais negativas. Também é feita uma estimação dos parâmetros do modelo proposto baseando-se em dados históricos, para então comparar o preço teórico da opção baseado nestes parâmetros com os preços de mercado e com o preço teórico considerando a modelagem de Vasicek (1977.The IDI option from the BM&F (Commodities and Futures Exchange has unusual characteristics, that make its pricing different from common interest rate options. This paper develops a closed form formula for the pricing of these IDI options, using an arbitrage-free pricing approach. The model used considers only one stochastic factor: the short-term risk-free interest rate. The differential equation used to model the behavior of the interest rate comes from the CIR (COX INGERSOLL & ROSS, 1985 model, which has mean reversion property and does not allow negative nominal interest rates. It is also done a parameter estimation of the proposed model based on historic data, and then compares the theoretical price of the option based on these parameters with the market price and with the theoretical price considering the Vasicek (1977 model.

  1. Numerical Analysis of Molten Corium Dispersion during Hypothetical High-Pressure Accidents in APR1400 Nuclear Power Plant

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    During a hypothetical high-pressure accident in a nuclear power plant (NPP), molten corium can be ejected through a breach of a reactor pressure vessel (RPV) and dispersed by the following jet of a high pressure steam in the RPV. The dispersed corium is fragmented into smaller droplets in a reactor cavity of the NPP by the steam jet with very high velocity and is released into the upper compartment of the NPP by an overpressure in the cavity. The heat-carrying fragments of the corium transfer the thermal energy to the ambient air in the containment and react chemically with steam and generate hydrogen which may be burnt in the containment. The thermal loads from the ejected molten corium on the containment which is called direct containment heating (DCH) can threaten the integrity of the containment. New generation NPPs such as APR1400 and EPR have been designed in consideration of reducing the possibility of the containment failure from the DCH. In order for that, APR1400 has a convolute-type corium chamber connected to the reactor cavity. In the case of EPR, severe-accident dedicated depressurization valves are installed to preclude a high pressure melt ejection (HPME). DCH in a NPP containment is related to many physical phenomena such as multi-phase hydrodynamics, thermodynamics and chemical reaction. In the evaluation of the DCH load, the melt dispersion rates depending on the RPV pressure are the most important parameter. Mostly, DCH was evaluated by using lumped-analysis codes with some correlations obtained from experiments for the dispersion rates. The corium dispersion rates for many types of the NPP containments had been obtained by experiments in 90s. And some correlations from the experimental data were developed. As mentioned above, APR1400 has a corium chamber to reduce the corium dispersion rate. But there is no experimental data for the dispersion rate specific to the APR1400 cavity geometry. So its performance for capturing of the dispersed corium

  2. CERN expositions permanentes

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    Explore by yourself the issues CERN's physicists are trying to solve: given that the entire universe is made of particles, where do they come from? Why do they behave in the way they do? Discover the massive apparatus used by physicists at CERN, like the LHC, and see how each part works. And if you have more time on site, follow the LHC circuit at ground level to understand in situ this giant machine. Enter our exhibitions. Welcome!

  3. Bibliographie des expositions

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    Eléonore Fournié

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available Autun, 1985Le Livre au siècle des Rolin, sous la dir. de Marie-Josette Perrat, Autun, Bibliothèque municipale, 8 juin-28 septembre 1985. Baltimore, 2002The Book of Kings: Art, War and the Morgan Library's Medieval Picture Bible, Baltimore, Walter Art Museum, 27 octobre-29 décembre 2002, Baltimore, Third Millennium Publishing, 2002. Bruxelles, 1937Les manuscrits à miniatures, du viiie siècle à 1350, Bruxelles, Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, 1937. Bruxelles, 1940La Bibliothèque de Marguerite ...

  4. Exposition regarding small windmills

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    Emphasis is laid on the elucidation of the current situation of small windmills in Denmark by estimating the industry's strengths and weaknesses and evaluating the technical status and user economy relevant to these wind turbines, in addition to their technical and marketing potentials within the next 3-5 years. It is also attempted to survey and forecast their situation within a competitive market which includes marketing and sales potential outside Denmark, often by way of development projects financed by DANIDA (Danish International Development Agency, a department under the Danish Foreign Ministry that takes responsibility for Danish aid to developing countries, often by direct agreement). It is noted that it is difficult to make predictions in the light of currently rapidly changing global political aspects, but it is suggested that sales of smaller Danish windmills within the country could amount to 300-700 wind turbines by the year 2000. Regarding sales abroad, it is concluded that the current number will not increase unless great efforts are made within the export market and the instigation of close cooperation with foreign companies which use an international sales network and have access to local distribution channels. (AB) (15 refs.)

  5. Numerical Analysis of Overpressure Transient during Cold Shutdown Operation for APR1400 Nuclear Power Plant

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    ASME code describes specified requirements as allowable pressure for materials of RCPB for low temperature condition. RCPB should be protected during the condition as well because, if it fails, radioactive material can be released. ASME section III appendix G stipulates that maximum allowable pressure of reactor coolant system is 20% of hydrostatic test pressure which means the maximum allowable pressure below lowest service temperature. Generally we determine most severe mass-addition or energy-addition transients arisen by operator errors, malfunction of components or other causes for initiating events of LTOP (low temperature overpressure protection) analysis. According to safety analysis report for APR1400, most severe transient for mass addition begins from startup of one charging pump and four high pressure safety injection (HPSI) pumps at the same time and, on the other hand, most severe transient for energy addition begins from startup of one reactor coolant pump and, as a results of it, heat transfer from secondary side of SG filled with higher temperature water to primary side of SG. If RCS pressure increases and reaches a set pressure of LTOP relief valves, installed on suction pipe of shutdown cooling system (SCS), the valves perform the function of RCPB protection during cold shutdown status. PR1400 for overpressure transient under cold shutdown status. From the results of analysis of mass addition and energy addition, maximum RCS pressure is maintained lower than maximum allowable pressure for LTOP required in ASME code

  6. Numerical study on thermal stratification phenomenon in SCS branch pipe for APR1400

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    The thermal stratification in the unisolable branch pipe for the Shutdown Cooling System (SCS) suction line for APR1400 has been studied. The vertical-horizontal branch pipe with an isolation valve at the end, and under Reactor System (RCS) operating condition is susceptible to the thermal stratification due to the stagnation flow around the isolation valve. The formation of the thermal stratification at the horizontal part of the branch line should be evaluated to determine the design consideration of thermal fatigue. Three dimensional transient analysis for the thermal stratification in a branch pipe is performed using the computational fluid dynamics code, FLUENT, to evaluate the velocity and temperature distribution. Parametric studies have been carried out to investigate the effect of the design and operating conditions. Parameters like the hot leg flow velocity, the outleakage through the isolation valve and the thermal insulation on piping wall are taken account. The analyses show that the temperature difference caused by the thermal stratification at the horizontal part of the unisolable branch pipe is not remarkable under normal operating conditions since the turbulent penetration length is developed deeply in the branch pipe due to the high velocity flow in the RCS hot leg. (author)

  7. A study on the mitigating capability of an auxiliary feedwater system during SBO for APR1400

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    The objective of this paper is to establish an auxiliary feedwater (AFW) operational technical bases for the Korean Next Generation Reactor (APR1400) by modeling the plant, and by analyzing station blackout (SBO) using the MELCOR code. For the integrity of the reactor vessel and containment safety against severe accidents, it is essential to understand the severe accident sequences and to assess accident progression accurately using computer codes. Furthermore, it is important to attain the capability to analyze the advanced nuclear reactor design for the severe accident prevention and mitigation. Accident analyses are also undertaken to find out how effective AFW is mitigating in severe accident progresses. A nominal base case for SBO without AFW, time interval between feedwater stop and reactor vessel failure is 12,740 seconds. When AFW operates to mitigate the SBO accident progression 2, 4 and 8 hours after SBO starts, the reactor vessel failure is delayed for 20,415 seconds, 22,633 seconds and 26,508 seconds, respectively thus the operator has more time available for AC recovery and accident mitigation to prevent reactor vessel failure. (author)

  8. Numerical Analysis of Overpressure Transient during Cold Shutdown Operation for APR1400 Nuclear Power Plant

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    Shin, Byung Soo; Kim, Yun Il; Jung, Ae Ju; Min, Bok Ki [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    ASME code describes specified requirements as allowable pressure for materials of RCPB for low temperature condition. RCPB should be protected during the condition as well because, if it fails, radioactive material can be released. ASME section III appendix G stipulates that maximum allowable pressure of reactor coolant system is 20% of hydrostatic test pressure which means the maximum allowable pressure below lowest service temperature. Generally we determine most severe mass-addition or energy-addition transients arisen by operator errors, malfunction of components or other causes for initiating events of LTOP (low temperature overpressure protection) analysis. According to safety analysis report for APR1400, most severe transient for mass addition begins from startup of one charging pump and four high pressure safety injection (HPSI) pumps at the same time and, on the other hand, most severe transient for energy addition begins from startup of one reactor coolant pump and, as a results of it, heat transfer from secondary side of SG filled with higher temperature water to primary side of SG. If RCS pressure increases and reaches a set pressure of LTOP relief valves, installed on suction pipe of shutdown cooling system (SCS), the valves perform the function of RCPB protection during cold shutdown status. PR1400 for overpressure transient under cold shutdown status. From the results of analysis of mass addition and energy addition, maximum RCS pressure is maintained lower than maximum allowable pressure for LTOP required in ASME code.

  9. General relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of binary neutron star mergers with the APR4 equation of state

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    Endrizzi, A.; Ciolfi, R.; Giacomazzo, B.; Kastaun, W.; Kawamura, T.

    2016-08-01

    We present new results of fully general relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of binary neutron star (BNS) mergers performed with the Whisky code. All the models use a piecewise polytropic approximation of the APR4 equation of state for cold matter, together with a ‘hybrid’ part to incorporate thermal effects during the evolution. We consider both equal and unequal-mass models, with total masses such that either a supramassive NS or a black hole is formed after merger. Each model is evolved with and without a magnetic field initially confined to the stellar interior. We present the different gravitational wave (GW) signals as well as a detailed description of the matter dynamics (magnetic field evolution, ejected mass, post-merger remnant/disk properties). Our simulations provide new insights into BNS mergers, the associated GW emission and the possible connection with the engine of short gamma-ray bursts (both in the ‘standard’ and in the ‘time-reversal’ scenarios) and other electromagnetic counterparts.

  10. General Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Binary Neutron Star Mergers with the APR4 Equation of State

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    Endrizzi, Andrea; Giacomazzo, Bruno; Kastaun, Wolfgang; Kawamura, Takumu

    2016-01-01

    We present new results of fully general relativistic magnetohydrodynamic (GRMHD) simulations of binary neutron star (BNS) mergers performed with the Whisky code. All the models use a piecewise polytropic approximation of the APR4 equation of state (EOS) for cold matter, together with a "hybrid" part to incorporate thermal effects during the evolution. We consider both equal and unequal-mass models, with total masses such that either a supramassive NS or a black hole (BH) is formed after merger. Each model is evolved with and without a magnetic field initially confined to the stellar interior. We present the different gravitational wave (GW) signals as well as a detailed description of the matter dynamics (magnetic field evolution, ejected mass, post-merger remnant/disk properties). Our simulations provide new insights into BNS mergers, the associated GW emission and the possible connection with the engine of short gamma-ray bursts (both in the "standard" and in the "time-reversal" scenarios) and other electro...

  11. Thermal-hydraulic evaluation of passive containment cooling system of improved APR+ during LOCAs

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    Jeon, Byong Guk; No, Hee Cheon [Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-05-15

    In performance of Passive Containment Cooling System (PCCS), sound operation of PCCS heat exchanger (HX) tubes is vital. To clarify their heat transfer function, various experiments are in progress, involving our group. Furthermore, in case of externally condensed HXs, careful evaluation of flow instability inside HX tubes are of prime importance. In PANDA integral tests targeting HXs of KERENA, a huge oscillation of flow inside tubes is observed. Flow instability is attributed to various reasons and classified into two types: static instability (ex. Ledinegg instability) and dynamic instability (ex. density wave oscillation). The former one is related to multiple stable flow rates at a given pressure drop under equilibrium condition while the latter one involves propagation time and feedback phenomena in transient condition. PCCS tubes correspond to the second type, dynamic instability. The detailed explanations are well documented. Our group suggested a PCCS design featuring an air holdup tank (AHT) for removing air near heat exchangers. Based on the design, the thermal hydraulic characteristics of PCCS are explored in this paper. Thermal hydraulic assessment of proposed PCCS is performed using a system code, MARS. Based on APR+, the required number of PCCS HX tubes are calculated with respect to AHT volume. We confirmed that larger AHT is preferred. Flow instability inside PCCS HX tubes are observed. Through sensitivity study, larger inlet orifice plate, return nozzle height, and tube angle are found to be most effective in stabilizing the flow.

  12. Numerical study of fluidic device in APR1400 using free surface model

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    A fluidic device (FD) has been adopted in the safety injection tanks (SITs) of APR1400. A flow control mechanism of the FD was used to vary the flow regime in the vortex chamber corresponding to the SITs water level. The flow regime in the vortex chamber has a different pressure loss from low to high in accordance with the SITs water level. Nitrogen at the top of the SIT could be released owing to inertia of discharge flow when changing from a high flow rate to a low flow rate. This phenomenon is important to design improvement perspective because it can affect the performance of the FD. This paper shows a result of a preliminary numerical study to obtain the transient data related to air release in the flow turn down period using a two fluid free surface model provided from ANSYS CFX 13.0. In conclusion, there is no significant effect on the performance of the FD, though a small quantity of air is released during the flow turn down period

  13. Ārsta un farmaceita sadarbība pacientu aprūpē

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    Tione, Zane

    2016-01-01

    Sakārtota un pieejama veselības aprūpes sistēma valstī, var ievērojami uzlabot dzīves kvalitāti un nodrošināt valsts izaugsmi un konkurētspēju. Tomēr, kā zināms, svarīgs nosacījums šajā procesā ir arī pašu sistēmas dalībnieku iniciatīvai, viņu izrādītā vēlme uz sadarbību, vienotu mērķu sasniegšanai. Aktuāli ir noskaidrot kāda ir šī brīža situācija valstī, vai ārstiem un farmaceitiem ir vēlme šo komunikāciju uzlabot. Bakalaura darba mērķis ir noskaidrot vai pastāv ārstu un farmaceitu sadarbīb...

  14. Development of combined modularization technology for APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor) in Korea

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    Full text: KHNP is currently operating 20 nuclear power plants and constructing 8 units in Korea. With the accumulated experience of operation and construction of NPPs over the past 50 years, KHNP tries to develop the original nuclear power reactor (APR+). The R and D project for 'combined modularization', which is a part of APR+ common core technology development, is being carried out and will be implemented by July 2010. This R and D project was initiated from the feasibility study on the modularization of structure and system facility for NPPs (2002). On the basis of the feasibility study result, The SC (Steel plate Concrete) structure technology development had been performed from 2005 to 2008, and the SC structure technology is under audit by the regulatory institution prior to the application for nuclear construction project. The research of combined modularization is an extension from the SC structure technology development. The research is divided into three phases. During first phase, by July 2010, the applicability of SC structure enlargement will be reviewed and conceptual design of combined/equipment modularization will be performed. In second phase, the basic design and construction feasibility evaluation of the screened combined/equipment modularization will be completed within July 2013. Afterward, in the final phase, optimized modularization technique will be realized through technical supplementation by Dec. 2015. Two main objectives will be achieved in the first phase study. The first one is to obtain design reliabilities for the SC structure by evaluating its applicability in auxiliary/compound building. The other one is to establish modularization requirements for design, procurement, manufacture and installation. To ensure these objectives, the flow sheet of technology development is greatly divided into 5 steps as follows. First step is to establish the screen criteria for adopting modularization. It's possible to catch the attitude of impact

  15. Sub compartment pressurization analysis for auxiliary building of APR1400DC

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    Kim, Moon Oh; Lee, Hee Do [Atomic Creative Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-10-15

    Generally, the sub compartment of PWR means a fully or partially enclosed volume that could house high-energy piping systems or restrict the flow of fluid in the event of a postulated pipe rupture. To meet the requirements of General Design Criteria (GDC) 4 and 50, Standard Review Plan (SRP) 6.2.1.2 states that the sub compartments shall be designed with sufficient margin to prevent the fracture of structure due to pressure differential across the walls of the sub- compartment and specifies the criteria related to the design and functional sub compartment nodalization schemes, vent flow path and vent flow behavior. Therefore the sub compartments structures within the containment and auxiliary building are designed to withstand the transient differential pressures loads, jet impingement forces, and pipe whip forces occurring due to a postulated pipe break. In this paper, the analyses of pressure transients after a postulated pipe rupture in sub compartments of APR1400DC auxiliary building is performed and the calculated peak differential pressures during the piping break transients for each sub compartment are less than structural design differential pressures.

  16. Evaluation on thermal-hydraulic characteristics for passive safety device of APR1400

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    Yoo, Seong Yeon; Lee, S. H.; Son, M. K. [Korea Association for Nuclear Technology, Taejon (Korea, Republic of); Jee, M. S.; Chung, M. H. [Chungnam National Univ., Taejon (Korea, Republic of)

    2001-07-15

    To establish evaluation and verification guideline for the APR1400, thermal-hydraulic characteristics for fuel rod bundle, reactor vessel and fluidic device is analyzed using FLUENT. Scope and major results of research are as follows : Thermal-hydraulic characteristics for nuclear fuel rod bundle: design data for nuclear fuel rod bundle and structure are surveyed, and 3 x 3 sub-channel model is adopted to investigate the fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics in fuel rod bundle. Computational results are compared with the heat transfer data measured by naphthalene sublimation method, and numerical analysis and evaluation are performed at various design conditions and flow conditions. Thermal-hydraulic characteristics for reactor vessel: reactor vessel design data are surveyed to develop numerical model. Porous media model is applied for fuel rod bundle, and full-scale, three dimensional simulation is performed at actual operating conditions. Distributions of velocity, pressure and temperature are discussed. Flow characteristics for fluidic device: three dimensional numerical model for fluidic device is developed, and numerical results are compared with experimental data obtained at KAERI in order to verify numerical simulation. In addition, variation of flow rate is investigated at various elapsed times after valve operating, and flow characteristics is analyzed at low and high flow rate conditions, respectively.

  17. Analysis of Condensation Phenomena in PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) Horizontal Heat Exchanger of APR+

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    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus) is the next generation nuclear power plant in Korea. It adopts PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) on the secondary system. It can replace the conventional active system for auxiliary feedwater injection to the steam generator, and it enable to supply the coolant by a passive system. It cools down the secondary system by heat transfer at a horizontal U-tube in PCCT (Passive Condensate Cooling Tank). High pressure steam flow from the steam generator is condensed in the horizontal heat exchanger. The water in PCCT is maintained at an atmospheric pressure, so that boiling heat transfer at the outside wall of heat exchanger and natural convection occur in PCCT pool. The heat exchanger and PCCT is higher than steam generator, so condensate can be drained and injected to feedwater system without any active system. This study aims at design of the horizontal heat exchanger in PAFS. It should remove the heat generated in the steam generator. To satisfy this requirement, a system code analysis is conducted. The amount of condensation heat transfer is investigated by MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis for Reactor Safety) code analysis

  18. Experimental program for validation of cooling and operational performance of the APR+ Passive auxiliary feedwater system

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    PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) is one of the advanced passive safety systems adopted in the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor plus), which is intended to completely replace the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system. PAFS cools down the steam generator's secondary side, and eventually removes the decay heat from the reactor core by introducing a natural driving force mechanism; i.e., condensing steam in nearly horizontal U-tubes submerged inside the passive condensation cooling tank (PCCT). With an aim of validating the cooling and operational performance of the PAFS, an experimental program is in progress at KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), which is composed of two kinds of tests; the separate effect test and the integral effect test. The separate effect test, PASCAL (PAFS Condensing Heat Removal Assessment Loop), is in progress to experimentally investigate the condensation heat transfer and natural convection phenomena in PAFS. The integral effect test is being performed to confirm the operational performance of the PAFS coupled with the other reactor coolant systems (RCS) using the thermal hydraulic integral effect test facility, ATLAS (Advanced Thermal hydraulic test Loop for Accident Simulation). This paper summarizes the up to date experimental results of the separate effect test and the integral effect test for PAFS from a cooling and operational performance point of view

  19. Preliminary Performance Analysis on APR+ PAFS Using RELAP5 and MARS Codes

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    International nuclear industry has been adopting a passive safety system to enhance safety and reliability of nuclear power plant with advanced technology. Domestic industry has been also developing a specific advanced reactor, so-called advanced power reactor plus (APR+), with passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS). The PAFS was introduced to replace an active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) completely. The system function is to remove the residual heat in the primary system like the AFWS does when the main feedwater system is unavailable. PAFS consists of a passive condensate cooling tank (PCCT), a heat exchanger, valves, and pipes as shown in Fig. 1. When PAFS works, steam from steam generator is supplied and condensed into water in the heat exchange. And the water falls down by gravity and returns to the steam generator. This progress goes on repeatedly and it makes natural circulation possible in the system. The circulating flow removes continuously the primary residual heat without any active components. The performance of PAFS depends on various thermo-hydraulic (TH) phenomena occurred in the system. So understanding these phenomena is required to analyze its performance with TH code such as RELAP5 or MARS which is a regulatory audit code. Licensee in the domestic industry has been conducting the performance analysis of the PAFS with RELAP5. So the analysis of MARS model with the same input was carried out and difference between two codes was compared in this study

  20. A Framework to Measure Operator's Workload in Main Control Room of APR1400

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    Though the work of operators has been changed a great deal, due to a lack of appropriate guidelines on the role allocation or communication method of operators, the problem of a lopsided workload for each operator has been raised. Thus, it is necessary to enhance the operation capability by developing the guidelines on the role definition and communication of operators in the advanced MCR of NPPs. To resolve this problem, however, a method of measuring the workload according to work execution of operators is necessary, but the applicable method is not available at this time. The objective of this research is to develop an analytical framework to evaluate the workload according to the work execution of power plant operators. A framework to measure the workload of crews in an advanced main control room has been suggested. In this research, we proposed a framework to measure and evaluate the workload of operators in an advanced MCR and the workload was measured through the simulator training experiment of the MCR of an APR1400. On the basis of these observations, it is necessary to reestablish the role and communication method of MCR operators suitable to the new operational environment and changed work and develops the appropriate operating guidelines

  1. Sensitivity Analysis of Ex-Vessel Steam Explosion usion TEXAS-V code for APR1400

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    This study conducted the influence of melt velocity and melt diameter on the steam explosion calculation. There was strong influence of the jet diameter and velocity on the explosion. If there is the maximum pressure at the walls, the steam explosion loads can be too high to resist on the cavity wall. In the future study, TEXAS-V code will be used to evaluate the impact of various uncertainties to provide a conservative envelope for the steam explosion. In severe accidents, the corium can come into contact with coolant either when it flows to the bottom of the reactor vessel and encounters the reactor coolant, or when it breaches the reactor vessel and flows into the reactor containment. A steam explosion could then weaken the containment structures, such as the reactor vessel or the concrete walls of the containment building. The purpose of this study is to calculate using TEXAS-V code for ex-vessel steam explosion for a flooded reactor cavity of APR1400. TEXAS-V code to analyze and predict the ex-vessel steam explosion for a reactor scale is used

  2. Preliminary Performance Analysis on APR+ PAFS Using RELAP5 and MARS Codes

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    Lee, Kyung Jin; Hong, Soon Joon [FNC Tech., SNU, Seoul (Korea, Republic of); Park, Ju Yeop; Seul, Kwang Won [KINS, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2010-10-15

    International nuclear industry has been adopting a passive safety system to enhance safety and reliability of nuclear power plant with advanced technology. Domestic industry has been also developing a specific advanced reactor, so-called advanced power reactor plus (APR+), with passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS). The PAFS was introduced to replace an active auxiliary feedwater system (AFWS) completely. The system function is to remove the residual heat in the primary system like the AFWS does when the main feedwater system is unavailable. PAFS consists of a passive condensate cooling tank (PCCT), a heat exchanger, valves, and pipes as shown in Fig. 1. When PAFS works, steam from steam generator is supplied and condensed into water in the heat exchange. And the water falls down by gravity and returns to the steam generator. This progress goes on repeatedly and it makes natural circulation possible in the system. The circulating flow removes continuously the primary residual heat without any active components. The performance of PAFS depends on various thermo-hydraulic (TH) phenomena occurred in the system. So understanding these phenomena is required to analyze its performance with TH code such as RELAP5 or MARS which is a regulatory audit code. Licensee in the domestic industry has been conducting the performance analysis of the PAFS with RELAP5. So the analysis of MARS model with the same input was carried out and difference between two codes was compared in this study

  3. Analysis of Condensation Phenomena in PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) Horizontal Heat Exchanger of APR+

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    Bae, Byoung Uhn; Yun, Byong Jo; Bae, Sung Won; Choi, Ki Yong; Song, Chul Hwa [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cheon, Jong [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2009-10-15

    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus) is the next generation nuclear power plant in Korea. It adopts PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) on the secondary system. It can replace the conventional active system for auxiliary feedwater injection to the steam generator, and it enable to supply the coolant by a passive system. It cools down the secondary system by heat transfer at a horizontal U-tube in PCCT (Passive Condensate Cooling Tank). High pressure steam flow from the steam generator is condensed in the horizontal heat exchanger. The water in PCCT is maintained at an atmospheric pressure, so that boiling heat transfer at the outside wall of heat exchanger and natural convection occur in PCCT pool. The heat exchanger and PCCT is higher than steam generator, so condensate can be drained and injected to feedwater system without any active system. This study aims at design of the horizontal heat exchanger in PAFS. It should remove the heat generated in the steam generator. To satisfy this requirement, a system code analysis is conducted. The amount of condensation heat transfer is investigated by MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis for Reactor Safety) code analysis.

  4. Organizacijos aprūpinimo darbuotojais veiklų gerinimas gamybinės įmonės pavyzdžiu

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    Varnaitė, Evelina

    2008-01-01

    Darbas sudarytas iš trijų dalių. Pirmoje dalyje analizuojama Lietuvos ir užsienio mokslininkų suformuluota organizacijos aprūpinimo darbuotojais veiklų samprata, turinys, metodai, subjektai bei veiksniai, įtakojantys šias veiklas. Antrojoje dalyje pateikiami ir analizuojami tyrimo metu surinkti duomenys apie gamybinėje įmonėje atliekamas aprūpinimo darbuotojais veiklas. Analizė leido padaryti išvadą, kad įmonėje atliekamos aprūpinimo darbuotojais veiklos turi trūkumų. Todėl trečioje dalyje yr...

  5. Organizacijos aprūpinimu personalu veiklų tobulinimas ŽŪB „Nematekas“ pavyzdžiu

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    Matelytė, Giedrė

    2013-01-01

    Baigiamojo darbo tikslas – atlikti ŽŪB „Nematekas“ aprūpinimo personalu veiklų analizę ir pateikti projektinius sprendimus darbuotojų planavimo, verbavimo, atrankos ir adaptavimo procesams. Baigiamajame darbe atlikta personalo veiklų sampratos teorinė analizė. Atliekama personalo valdymo informacinio aprūpinimo veiklų, organizacijos aprūpinimo darbuotojais ir darbuotojų efektyvaus panaudojimo ir išlaikymo veiklų analizė. Analitinė darbo dalyje naudojami keturi tyrimo metodai: mokslinės litera...

  6. Single port-assisted fully laparoscopic abdominoperineal resection (APR) with immediate V-RAM flap reconstruction of the perineal defect.

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    Ali, Sayid

    2012-09-01

    Abdominoperineal resection (APR) of anorectal cancers after neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy may incur significant perineal morbidity. While vertical rectus abdominis muscle (V-RAM) flaps can fill the pelvic resection space with health tissue, their use has previously been described predominantly in association with laparotomy. Here, we describe a means of combination laparoscopic APR with V-RAM flap reconstruction that allows structural preservation of the entire abdominal wall throughout the oncological resection and of the deep parietal layers after V-RAM donation. Furthermore, a single port access device used at the end colostomy site allows a second senior surgeon assist with an additional two working instruments for the purpose of improved pelvic tissue retraction, especially useful in obese patients.

  7. Scoping Test on the Effects of Boron and Buffer in the Mockup PLUS7 Fuel Assembly of the APR1400

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    Suh, Jeong Kwan; Kwon, Sun Guk; Kim, Jae Won; Lee, Jae Yong [KHNP Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-10-15

    Test results of the repeatability and the boron/buffer effects are presented, and compared with the acceptance basis for the LTCC of the APR1400. To address GSI-191 of the APR1400, we have performed a series of FA tests using a mockup PLUS7. The test results of repeatability performed at limiting conditions meet the acceptance basis compared with the reference results (SK34-61∼64) within 7% difference. Boron and buffer in the fluid lowered pressure drop across the entire FA compared with the condition without them. The test results of boron and buffer effects meet the acceptance head loss (91.8 kPa) of the APR1400 with a sufficient margin. To address U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Generic Safety Issue (GSI)-191, we have performed a series of fuel assembly (FA) head loss tests. The goal of this test is to confirm that there is sufficient available head when the debris reaches the core inlets of the APR1400 during a loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA), and that the long-term core cooling (LTCC) is not impeded. To move forward with the resolution of GSI-191 in-vessel effects, we have performed a scoping test on the effects of boron and buffer at ambient temperature. In test SK34-205, repeatability of the tests was confirmed at the limiting conditions. In a scoping test SK34-245, boron and Tri-Sodium Phosphate (TSP) buffer were added prior to the debris addition.

  8. Developing Optimal Procedure of Emergency Outside Cooling Water Injection for APR1400 Extended SBO Scenario Using MARS Code

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    In this study, we examined optimum operator actions to mitigate extended SBO using MARS code. Particularly, this paper focuses on analyzing outside core cooling water injection scenario, and aimed to develop optimal extended SBO procedure. Supplying outside emergency cooling water is the key feature of flexible strategy in extended SBO situation. An optimum strategy to maintain core cooling is developed for typical extended SBO. MARS APR1400 best estimate model was used to find optimal procedure. Also RCP seal leakage effect was considered importantly. Recent Fukushima accident shows the importance of mitigation capability against extended SBO scenarios. In Korea, all nuclear power plants incorporated various measures against Fukushima-like events. For APR1400 NPP, outside connectors are installed to inject cooling water using fire trucks or portable pumps. Using these connectors, outside cooling water can be provided to reactor, steam generators (SG), containment spray system, and spent fuel pool. In U. S., similar approach is chosen to provide a diverse and flexible means to prevent fuel damage (core and SFP) in external event conditions resulting in extended loss of AC power and loss of ultimate heat sink. Hence, hardware necessary to cope with extended SBO is already available for APR1400. However, considering the complex and stressful condition encountered by operators during extended SBO, it is important to develop guidelines/procedures to best cope with the event

  9. Evaluation of the APR+ Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System Performance during Main Feedwater Line Break Accident using MARS-KS

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    Ever since the Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) started commercial operation, advanced NPPs have been developed to enhance performance and safety as well as the economics of the plant. As a part of a regulatory safety research of the advanced nuclear reactors, MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code has been selected to evaluate the performance of the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) during Main Feedwater Line Break (MFLB) accident of the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor+) which is under development by Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP). The results of the APR+ MFLB analysis and the performance of the PAFS are presented herein. MATS-KS MFLB analysis shows that the MARS-KS code well simulates dynamic thermal hydraulic behavior of the MFLB and maximum RCS pressure satisfies the acceptance criteria of 120% design RCS pressure for the MFLB accident. APR+ PAFS effectively removes the core decay heat by the natural circulation during the MFLB accidents, however, comprehensive performance of the PAFS should be evaluated against the design basis of 8 hours core heat removal until the conditions for the initiation of the Shutdown Cooling System (350 .deg. F and 400 psia) are met

  10. Evaluation of the APR+ Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System Performance during Main Feedwater Line Break Accident using MARS-KS

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    Hwang, Minjeong; Ralph, Marigomena; Sim, S. K. [Environment and Energy Technology, Inc., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Bang, Youngseok [KINS, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-05-15

    Ever since the Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) started commercial operation, advanced NPPs have been developed to enhance performance and safety as well as the economics of the plant. As a part of a regulatory safety research of the advanced nuclear reactors, MARS-KS regulatory safety analysis code has been selected to evaluate the performance of the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) during Main Feedwater Line Break (MFLB) accident of the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor+) which is under development by Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP). The results of the APR+ MFLB analysis and the performance of the PAFS are presented herein. MATS-KS MFLB analysis shows that the MARS-KS code well simulates dynamic thermal hydraulic behavior of the MFLB and maximum RCS pressure satisfies the acceptance criteria of 120% design RCS pressure for the MFLB accident. APR+ PAFS effectively removes the core decay heat by the natural circulation during the MFLB accidents, however, comprehensive performance of the PAFS should be evaluated against the design basis of 8 hours core heat removal until the conditions for the initiation of the Shutdown Cooling System (350 .deg. F and 400 psia) are met.

  11. Ionization chamber intended to use in a system of a valuation of patient exposition on ionizing radiation during X-ray diagnostic examinations

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    The construction of the air ionization chamber intended to use in a system of a valuation of patient exposition on ionizing radiation during X-ray diagnostic examinations is described. A collaboration system with X-ray limiter is discussed and a measuring method is presented. The results of testing a model of the chamber obtained in conditions of its collaboration with the X-ray limiter and X-ray generator are presented and discussed. An analysis of the experimental results is made. In a recapitulation the different possibilities of a wide application of the chamber are presented. (author)

  12. Tantric Exposition of the Dependent Origination according to the Candamahārosanatantra , Chapter XVI: pratītyasamutpāda-patala

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    Mejor, Marek

    2012-01-01

    The Candamahārosanatantra, or “Tantra of Fierce and Greatly Wrathful One”, belongs to the class of Highest Tantras (anuttarayoga, rnal ’byor chen po bla med). The text which has been preserved in the Sanskrit original and in Tibetan translation consists of twenty five chapters (patala). The 16th chapter entitled pratītyasamutpāda-patala is an exposition of the doctrine of dependent origination. The present author is preparing a critical edition of this chapter from Sanskri...

  13. "Geneva at the Heart of Time" primée en Chine: l'exposition d'horlogerie organisée par le MAH et le Capital Museum Beijing, en partenariat avec Vacheron Constantin, figure dans le Top 10 des meilleures expositions 2015 en Chine

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    Fallet, Estelle

    2016-01-01

    Tiré du site internet du blog des Musées d'art et d'histoire (http://blog.mahgeneve.ch): "L'exposition Geneva at the Heart of Time. The Origin of Swiss Watchmaking Culture, coproduction du Capital Museum de Beijing et du Musée d'art et d'histoire de Genève associé à Vacheron Constantin, vient de se voir décerner un prix récompensant les meilleures expositions internationales organisées en Chine en 2015 (Hong Kong, Macao et Taiwan inclus). Placé sous l'égide du Ministère de la Culture et du pa...

  14. Drop size measurements and entrainment in APR1400 during LBLOCA reflood phase

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    A study has been performed to investigate droplet size in the nuclear reactor of APR1400 during LBLOCA reflood phase and to develop droplet entrainment and deposition models for SPACE (Safety and Performance CodE) which is a safety analysis tool for PWR being developed in Korea. A freezing technique for measuring the size of droplets was developed to obtain the droplet size distribution in horizontal annular flow in a pipe with a 37.1 mm diameter. Droplets are frozen by using an extremely low temperature nitrogen gas with liquid film extraction. They are then photographed with a microscope and a CCD camera and measured by means of an image process. The results are compared with various experimental data. The droplet sizes measured by the freezing technique are comparable with those measured by other methods at a high superficial air velocity (of 50 m/s). However, because of the film extraction problem, the droplet sizes measured at a low superficial air velocity of less than 40 m/s are higher than those measured by other methods. A present method suggested for predicting the Sauter mean diameter is based on the maximum droplet size correlation for the experimental data, with and without liquid film extraction. The average droplet size is remarkably smaller downstream of the liquid film extractor because large droplets from the liquid film are excluded. In order to understand and to predict a heat transfer between superheated steam and droplets properly during reflood phase of LBLOCA, it is very important to measure broken droplet sizes by spacer grids. A study, therefore, has been performed to investigate droplet size in rod bundles with spacer grids and to develop a spacer grid droplet breakup model for safety analysis codes. Experiments were conducted with liquid droplets (SMD of 300∼700 μm) and various spacer grids at superficial air velocity of 10 m/s and 20 m/s based on FLECHT SEASET. The test channel and the grids were heated to 150 .deg. C to prevent

  15. Review on the NEI Methodology of Debris Transport Analysis in Sump Blockage Issue for APR1400

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    Since USNRC (United State Nuclear Regulatory Committee) initially addressed post-accident sump performance under Unresolved Safety Issue USI A-43, sump blockage issue has gone through GSI-191, Regulation Guide 1.82, Rev. 3 (RG. 1.82 Rev.3), and generic Letter 2004-02 for PWRs (Pressurized Water Reactors). As a response of these USNRC's activities, NEI 04-07 was issued in order to evaluate the post-accident performance of a plant's recirculation sump. The baseline methodology of NEI 04-07 is composed of break selection, debris generation, latent debris, debris transport, and head loss. In analytical refinement of NEI 04-07, computational fluid dynamic (CFD) is suggested for the evaluation of debris transport in emergency core cooling (ECC) recirculation mode as guided by RG. 1.82 Rev.3. In Korea nuclear industry also keeps step with international activities of this safety issue, with Kori 1 plant as a pioneering edge. Korean nuclear industry has been also pursuing development of an advanced PWR of APR1400, which incorporates several improved safety features. One of the key features, considering sump blockage issue, is the adoption of IRWST (In-containment Refueling Water Storage Tank). This device, as the acronym implies, changes the emergency core cooling water injection pattern. This fact makes us to review the applicability of NEI 04-07's methodology. In this paper we discuss the applicability of NEI 04- 07's methodology, and more over, new methodology is proposed. And finally the preliminary debris transport is analyzed

  16. Steady state flow evaluations for passive auxiliary feedwater system of APR

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    This paper briefly introduces a methodology to evaluate steady state flow of APR+ Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS). The PAFS is being developed as a safety grade passive system to completely replace the existing active Auxiliary Feedwater System (AFWS). Natural circulation cooling can be generally classified into the single-phase, two-phase, and boiling-condensation modes. The PAF is designed to be operated in a boiling-condensation natural circulation mode. The steady-state flow rate should be equal to the steady-state boiling/condensation rate determined by the steady-state energy and momentum balances in the PAFS. The determined steady-state flow rate can be used in the design optimization for the natural circulation loop of the PAFS through the steady-state momentum balance. Since the retarding force, which is to be balanced by the driving force in the natural circulation system design depends on the reliable evaluation of the success of a natural circulation system design depends on the reliable evaluation of the pressure loss coefficients. In PAFS, the core decay heat is released by natural circulation flow between the S G secondary side and the Passive Condensation Heat Exchanger (PCHX) that is immersed in the Passive Condensation Cooling Tank (PCCT). The PCCT is located on the top of Auxiliary building The driving force is determined by the difference between the S/G (heat Source) secondary water level and condensation liquid (heat sink) level. It will overcome retarding force at flowrate in the system, which is determined by vaporization and condensation of the steam which is generated at the S/G by the latent heat in system. In this study, the theoretical method to estimate the steady state flow rate in boiling-condensation natural circulation system is developed and compared with test results

  17. Integral experiment and RELAP5 analysis for DVI line break SBLOCA in APR1400

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    The thermal-hydraulic phenomena of Direct Vessel Injection (DVI) line Small-Break Loss-of-Coolant Accident (SBLOCA) in the pressurized water reactor, APR1400, were investigated. To understand the thermal-hydraulic phenomena during the SBLOCA transient, the reduced-height and reduced-pressure integral test loop, SNUF (Seoul National University Facility), was constructed according to the energy scaling methodology. The methodology conserves the mass inventory and energy of the system in the same time scale as the prototype. From the RELAP5 analysis, the energy scaling methodology was confirmed to show the reasonable transient when ideally scaled-down SNUF model was compared to the prototype model. In order to overcome the limitation of power in actual SNUF, the modified-power curve was utilized without simulating the forced flow by pump, so that those corrections did not affect the major phenomena during transient. Geometric distortion of actual SNUF also did not strongly disturb the thermal-hydraulic behaviors, especially occurrence of the downcomer seal clearing. In the experiments according to the conditions determined by energy scaling methodology, the phenomenon of downcomer seal clearing had a dominant role in decrease of the system pressure and increase of the coolant level of core. It occurred when the steam injected from cold legs penetrated the coolant in upper downcomer toward the broken DVI line. The experimental results was used to validate the calculation capability of RELAP5, especially for the downcomer seal clearing phenomenon, and to estimate the scale-up capability of RELAP5 code according to the scaling methodology. (authors)

  18. Analysis of severe accident progression for in-vessel corium retention estimation in the APR 1400

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    The scope and content of this technical report is to evaluate high-pressure transients of total Loss of Feed Water (LOFW) to the steam generators and Station Blackout (SBO), and low-pressure transients of Loss of Coolant Accident (LOCA) without Safety Injection (SI) using the SCDAP/RELAP5/MOD3.3 computer code from transient initiation to reactor vessel failure in the APR 1400. The SCDAP/RELAP5/MOD3.3 results have shown that the pressurizer surge line had failed before reactor vessel failure, which results in a rapid decrease of RCS pressure in the high-pressure sequences of the LOFW and the SBO transients. The LOFW with intentional RCS depressurization using the safety depressurization system prevents failure of the pressurizer surge line and results in actuation of the safety injection tanks. A large mass of the melted and relocated core material in the bottom of core region at approximately 6 hours was relocated to the lower plenum of the reactor vessel in the 2-inch and the 3-inch SBLOCAs, which results in the reactor vessel failure by creep. In the SBLOCA sequence without the safety injection, the actuation of the SITs can be possible for the operator to have time of 4-5 hours in the action of the severe accident mitigation strategy to prevent reactor vessel failure. In all sequences, approximately 50-90 % of the core material was melted and relocated to the lower plenum of the reactor vessel at the time of reactor vessel failure and approximately 30-60 % of the fuel rod cladding was oxidized

  19. Experiment and RELAP5 analysis for the downcomer boiling of APR1400 under LBLOCA

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    Experiment has been carried out to investigate the boiling phenomena in the downcomer and RELAP5/MOD3.2 has been assessed with the present experimental data. The heated wall with a thickness of 8.2 cm and a height of 27 cm is used, which is made of the same material as the prototype (APR1400) with chrome coating against rusting. From the experiment, we visually observed strong liquid recirculation and vapor jetting near the heated wall due to the axial migration of voids only in the thin layer of the heated wall but little bubble migration to the bulk region. The size of the thin layer is about 4 cm, which is used for the determination of the radial nodal size in the radial double-node schemes. The RELAP5 calculations using three different nodal schemes are compared with experimental data in aspects of water level, void fraction, wall temperatures and phase velocities. The radial single-node scheme produces no liquid recirculation, resulting in the sudden level drop due to a sudden increase in void fraction. The double-nodal scheme with the top-bottom radial connections yields the strong circulation, eliminating the sudden level drop. As a result, the scheme produces better results than the radial single-nodal scheme and the double-nodal scheme with all radial connections. Based on the information from the measurement of local liquid velocity profile and visual observation, the drift velocity model is developed to apply into the downcomer with a large gap and a vertical heated wall. The proposed drift velocity model has been implemented into RELAP5 and verified with the experimental results. (author)

  20. Cold-Leg Small Break LOCA Analysis of APR1400 Plant Using a SPACE/sEM Code

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    The Small Break Loss-of-Coolant Accident (SBLOCA) evaluation methodology (EM) for APR1400, called sEM, is now being developed using SPACE code. SPACE/sEM is to set up a conservative evaluation methodology in accordance with appendix K of 10 CFR 50. Major required and acceptable features of the evaluation models are described as below. - Fission product decay : 1.2 times of ANS97 decay curve - Critical flow model : Henry-Fauske Moody two phase critical flow model - Metal-Water reaction model : Baker-Just equation - Critical Heat Flux (CHF) : B and W, Barnett and Modified Barnett correlation - Post-CHF : Groeneveld 5.7 film boiling correlation A series of test matrix is established to validate SPACE/sEM code in terms of major SBLOCA phenomena, e.g. core level swelling and boiling, core heat transfer, critical flow, loop seal clearance and their integrated effects. The separated effect tests (SETs) and integrated effect tests (IETs) are successfully performed and these results shows that SPACE/sEM code has a conservatism comparing with experimental data. Finally, plant calculations of SBLOCA for APR1400 are conducted as described below. - Break location sensitivity : DVI line, hot-leg, cold-leg, pump suction leg. - Break size spectrum : 0.4ft2∼0.02ft2(DVI) 0.5ft2∼0.02ft2(hot-leg, cold-leg, pump suction leg) This paper deals with break size spectrum analysis of cold-leg break accidents. Based on the calculation results, emergency core cooling system (ECCS) performances of APR1400 and typical SBLOCA phenomena can be evaluated. Cold-leg SBLOCA analysis for APR1400 is performed using SPACE/sEM code under harsh environment condition. SPACE/sEM code shows the typical SBLOCA behaviors and it is reasonably predicted. Although SPACE/sEM code has conservative models and correlations based on appendix K of 10 CFR 50, PCT does not exceed the requirement (1477 K). It is concluded that ECCS in APR1400 has a sufficient performance in cold-leg SBLOCA

  1. Development of an amphibious robot for visual inspection of APR1400 Npp IRWST strainer

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    An amphibious inspection robot system (hereafter AIROS) is being developed to visually inspect the in-containment refueling storage water tank (hereafter IRWST) strainer in APR1400 instead of a human diver. Four IRWST strainers are located in the IRWST, which is filled with boric acid water. Each strainer has 108 sub-assembly strainer fin modules that should be inspected with the VT-3 method according to Reg. guide 1.82 and the operation manual. AIROS has 6 thrusters for submarine voyage and 4 legs for walking on the top of the strainer. An inverse kinematic algorithm was implemented in the robot controller for exact walking on the top of the IRWST strainer. The IRWST strainer has several top cross braces that are extruded on the top of the strainer, which can be obstacles of walking on the strainer, to maintain the frame of the strainer. Therefore, a robot leg should arrive at the position beside the top cross brace. For this reason, we used an image processing technique to find the top cross brace in the sole camera image. The sole camera image is processed to find the existence of the top cross brace using the cross edge detection algorithm in real time. A 5-DOF robot arm that has multiple camera modules for simultaneous inspection of both sides can penetrate narrow gaps. For intuitive presentation of inspection results and for management of inspection data, inspection images are stored in the control PC with camera angles and positions to synthesize and merge the images. The synthesized images are then mapped in a 3D CAD model of the IRWST strainer with the location information. An IRWST strainer mock-up was fabricated to teach the robot arm scanning and gaiting. It is important to arrive at the designated position for inserting the robot arm into all of the gaps. Exact position control without anchor under the water is not easy. Therefore, we designed the multi leg robot for the role of anchoring and positioning. Quadruped robot design of installing sole

  2. Development of an amphibious robot for visual inspection of APR1400 Npp IRWST strainer

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    Jang, You Hyun; Kim, Jong Seog [Korea Hydro Nuclear Power Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-06-15

    An amphibious inspection robot system (hereafter AIROS) is being developed to visually inspect the in-containment refueling storage water tank (hereafter IRWST) strainer in APR1400 instead of a human diver. Four IRWST strainers are located in the IRWST, which is filled with boric acid water. Each strainer has 108 sub-assembly strainer fin modules that should be inspected with the VT-3 method according to Reg. guide 1.82 and the operation manual. AIROS has 6 thrusters for submarine voyage and 4 legs for walking on the top of the strainer. An inverse kinematic algorithm was implemented in the robot controller for exact walking on the top of the IRWST strainer. The IRWST strainer has several top cross braces that are extruded on the top of the strainer, which can be obstacles of walking on the strainer, to maintain the frame of the strainer. Therefore, a robot leg should arrive at the position beside the top cross brace. For this reason, we used an image processing technique to find the top cross brace in the sole camera image. The sole camera image is processed to find the existence of the top cross brace using the cross edge detection algorithm in real time. A 5-DOF robot arm that has multiple camera modules for simultaneous inspection of both sides can penetrate narrow gaps. For intuitive presentation of inspection results and for management of inspection data, inspection images are stored in the control PC with camera angles and positions to synthesize and merge the images. The synthesized images are then mapped in a 3D CAD model of the IRWST strainer with the location information. An IRWST strainer mock-up was fabricated to teach the robot arm scanning and gaiting. It is important to arrive at the designated position for inserting the robot arm into all of the gaps. Exact position control without anchor under the water is not easy. Therefore, we designed the multi leg robot for the role of anchoring and positioning. Quadruped robot design of installing sole

  3. Interpolation de niveaux d'exposition aux émissions radioélectriques in situ à l'aide de méthodes géostatistiques

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    Ould Isselmou, Yahya

    2007-01-01

    Les réglementations et normes radioélectriques précisent différentes valeurs limites d'exposition radioélectrique à ne pas dépasser. Les niveaux d'expositions constatés autour des antennes de radio et de télécommunications sont très en dessous des limites d'exposition recommandées par la commission de protection contre les rayonnements non-ionisants. Aujourd'hui, les personnes se trouvant à proximité des émetteurs radio ne cherchent plus simplement à vérifier la conformité aux normes. La dema...

  4. Analysis of MSGTR events for APR1400 by means of best estimate thermal-hydraulic system code

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    A multiple steam generator tube rupture (MSGTR) event has never occurred in the history of commercial nuclear reactor operation while single steam generator tube rupture (SGTR) event is reported to occur every two years. As there is no history of MSGTR event, the understandings of transients and consequences of this event are not so much. In this study, a postulated MSGTR event in advanced power reactor 1400 (APR1400) is analyzed using thermal-hydraulic system code. The APR 1400 is a two-loop, 1000 MWe, PWR supposed to be built in 2009. MARS1.4 is used in this study. The present study aims to understand the effects of rupture location in heat transfer tubes and selection of affected steam generator following a MSGTR event. The effects of five tube rupture locations are compared with each other. The comparison shows that the response of APR1400 is to allow shortest time for operator action following a tubes rupture in the vicinity of hot-leg side tube sheet and to allow longest time following a tube ruptures at the tube top. The MSSV lift time for rupture at tube-top is evaluated as 24.5% larger than that for rupture at hot-leg side tube sheet. Also, the MSSV lift time for four cases are compared in order to examine how long operator response time is allowed depending on which steam generator is affected. The comparison shows that the cases for both of two steam generators are affected allow longer time for operator action compared with the cases that a single steam generator is affected. Further more, the tube ruptures in the steam generator where a pressurizer is linked leads to the shortest operator response time

  5. Regulation of enterobactin iron transport in Escherichia coli: characterization of ent::Mu d(Apr lac) operon fusions.

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    Fleming, T P; Nahlik, M S; McIntosh, M A

    1983-01-01

    The vector Mu d(Apr lac) was utilized to construct operon fusions in the Escherichia coli enterobactin (ent) biosynthetic and transport genes. Enzyme assays indicated a 5- to 15-fold increase in the expression of beta-galactosidase when the fusion strains were grown under iron-deficient conditions. The polarity effects seen by Mu d insertions into entA, entC, and entE were consistent with a single operon, entA(CGB)E. The direction of transcription from iron-regulated promoters was determined ...

  6. Pastato aprūpinimas šiluma šilumos siurbliu su šiluminiu poliumi

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    Žostautas, Mauricijus

    2012-01-01

    Baigiamajame magistro darbe nagrinėjamas pastato, aprūpinimas šiluma šilumos siurbliu su šiluminiais poliais. Yra apžvelgtos esamos giliosios bei sekliosios geoterminės energijos panaudojimo panaudojimo galimybės Lietuvoje. Aprašytos prielaidos ir supaprastinimai šiluminių polių skaičiavimui, aprašytos skaičiavimo metodikos. Atlikti šiluminių polių skaičiavimai, naudojantis penkiomis metodikomis. Aprašytas pasirinktas pastatas, apskaičiuoti atitvarų šiluminiai rodikliai, nustatyta pastatui re...

  7. Kvartalo/objekto aprūpinimo šilumine energija variantų analizė

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    Pladas, Karolis

    2014-01-01

    Magistro baigiamajame darbe aptariamas Lietuvos ir Europos Sąjungos šalių energetikos sektorius. Apžvelgiamos direktyvos, strategijos, plėtros planai bei teisės aktai skirti energetikos plėtojimui šalyje. Tiriamuoju objektu pasirenkama Trakų Vokės katilinė, kuri aprūpina šiluma kvartalą degindama gamtines dujas vandens šildymo katiluose. Šiame darbe yra nagrinėjamos penkios alternatyvos: kogeneratorius ir dujiniai katilai, kogeneratorius su akumuliacine talpa ir dujiniais katilais, kogenerato...

  8. Multi-analytical characterisation of D’Aprés Cormon by José Veloso Salgado

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    Cardeira, A.M. [Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa, Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas-Artes, 1249-058 Lisboa (Portugal); Centro de Física Atómica da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Professor Gama Pinto 2, 1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal); Longelin, S. [Centro de Física Atómica da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Professor Gama Pinto 2, 1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal); Costa, S.; Candeias, A. [Laboratório José de Figueiredo, Direcção Geral do Património Cultural, Rua das Janelas Verdes 37, 1249-018 Lisboa (Portugal); Laboratório HERCULES e Centro de Química de Évora, Universidade de Évora, Largo Marquês de Marialva 8, 7000 Évora (Portugal); Carvalho, M.L. [Centro de Física Atómica da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Professor Gama Pinto 2, 1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal); Manso, M., E-mail: marta974@cii.fc.ul.pt [Centro de Física Atómica da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Professor Gama Pinto 2, 1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal)

    2014-07-15

    This case study reveals the analytical characterisation carried out on ‘D’Aprés Cormon’ (1891) by Veloso Salgado, a copy of ‘Caïn’ (1880) by Fernando Cormon, belonging nowadays to Musée d’Orsay. Infrared Reflectography made in situ revealed underdrawing grid that was used to transpose the original painting to a smaller scale, pictorial style, execution method and retouched/restored areas. In situ EDXRF analysis together with Raman microscopy allowed the identification of gypsum, lead white, titanium white, yellow ochre, vermilion, ultramarine and lamp black. These results provide valuable information about the Salgado’s palette and his production technique.

  9. Multi-analytical characterisation of D’Aprés Cormon by José Veloso Salgado

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    This case study reveals the analytical characterisation carried out on ‘D’Aprés Cormon’ (1891) by Veloso Salgado, a copy of ‘Caïn’ (1880) by Fernando Cormon, belonging nowadays to Musée d’Orsay. Infrared Reflectography made in situ revealed underdrawing grid that was used to transpose the original painting to a smaller scale, pictorial style, execution method and retouched/restored areas. In situ EDXRF analysis together with Raman microscopy allowed the identification of gypsum, lead white, titanium white, yellow ochre, vermilion, ultramarine and lamp black. These results provide valuable information about the Salgado’s palette and his production technique

  10. Pourquoi la Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail du Québec n’est pas le premier recours des enseignantes et des préposées à l’aide domestique ayant des lésions professionnelles

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    2005-05-01

    Full Text Available Cet article examine les motifs de deux groupes de travailleuses pour s’adresser ou pas à la Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail du Québec (CSST pour des lésions perçues comme étant liées au travail. Il est basé sur des entrevues qualitatives auprès de 16 enseignantes et de 16 préposées à l’aide domestique. Pour les deux groupes, les motifs de non-recours incluent la croyance que la CSST existe essentiellement pour les accidents et les retraits préventifs des femmes enceintes, l’image de la CSST comme un organisme qui accorde difficilement des indemnisations ainsi que la difficulté perçue de prouver le lien entre le travail et le problème de santé. Pour les préposées, le manque à gagner entre les prestations et le revenu d’emploi est aussi un facteur tandis que pour les enseignantes l’accès relativement facile à une assurance salaire joue contre le recours à la CSST. De plus, pour bien comprendre les choix des répondantes, il faut tenir compte de leur rapport à leur emploi et à leur santé et de la culture de leur milieu de travail.This article examines the motives behind the decisions of two groups of workers on whether or not to submit claims to the Workers’ Compensation Board (CSST for perceived work-related accidents or illnesses. It is based on qualitative interviews with 16 teachers and 16 cleaners. For both groups, motives for not making claims include the belief that the CSST is essentially for accidents and preventive work withdrawal for pregnant women, the view that compensation is difficult to obtain from the CSST, as well as a perceived difficulty of proving a relationship between their work and their health problem. For the cleaners, the difference between the compensation and employment income is also a factor, while for teachers, the fact that they have relatively easy access to wage-replacement insurance is one reason they do not submit claims to the CSST. To better

  11. Donner la parole aux autochtones : Quel est le potentiel de reconnaissance de l'exposition à plusieurs points de vue dans les musées ?

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    Soulier, Virginie

    2013-01-01

    Depuis la fin des années 1980, les collaborations avec les communautés autochtones semblent s’accroître dans les musées canadiens. Un déplacement apparaît de la prise de parole en contexte de revendication au don de parole en contexte muséal. Après la remise en cause des musées ethnologiques, la prise en charge de la parole autochtone annonce le temps de la reconnaissance. Seulement, le mot reconnaissance est employé dans des contextes variés en muséologie. Ses occurrences indiquent plusieurs...

  12. Thermal-Hydraulic Integral Effect Test Result on the Steam Generator Tube Rupture Accident in the APR1400

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    A postulated SGTR (Steam Generator Tube Rupture) event of the APR1400 was experimentally investigated with the thermal-hydraulic integral effect test facility, ATLAS (Advanced Thermal-hydraulic Test Loop for Accident Simulation). It is generally known that the leak flow rate from the primary to the secondary side is the most important factor affecting the overall thermalhydraulic behaviors such as the depressurization rate of the RCS system, the water level increase and pressurization rate of the secondary system, and the consequent MSSV opening time, etc. As one of the most limiting SGTR accidents, a leak flow equivalent to a double-ended rupture of single and five U-tubes was simulated in this study. The main objectives of these tests were not only to provide physical insight into the system response of the APR1400 reactor during a transient situation of the SGTR but also to present integral effect test data for the validation of the SPACE (Safety and Performance Analysis Computer Code), which is now under development by the Korean nuclear industry

  13. A Bayesian inversion for slip distribution of 1 Apr 2007 Mw8.1 Solomon Islands Earthquake

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    Chen, T.; Luo, H.

    2013-12-01

    On 1 Apr 2007 the megathrust Mw8.1 Solomon Islands earthquake occurred in the southeast pacific along the New Britain subduction zone. 102 vertical displacement measurements over the southeastern end of the rupture zone from two field surveys after this event provide a unique constraint for slip distribution inversion. In conventional inversion method (such as bounded variable least squares) the smoothing parameter that determines the relative weight placed on fitting the data versus smoothing the slip distribution is often subjectively selected at the bend of the trade-off curve. Here a fully probabilistic inversion method[Fukuda,2008] is applied to estimate distributed slip and smoothing parameter objectively. The joint posterior probability density function of distributed slip and the smoothing parameter is formulated under a Bayesian framework and sampled with Markov chain Monte Carlo method. We estimate the spatial distribution of dip slip associated with the 1 Apr 2007 Solomon Islands earthquake with this method. Early results show a shallower dip angle than previous study and highly variable dip slip both along-strike and down-dip.

  14. Feed and Bleed Operation Analysis during Total Loss of Feedwater Accident for Supporting the PSA of APR+

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    For estimating the safety of APR+ design, the probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) is performed. This paper discusses the minimum success criteria for successful feed and bleed procedure verified and decided when the secondary cooling is failed during Total loss of feedwater (TLOFW) accident. For verifying whether the equipment conditions proposed is enough to manage the transient event without core damage, the analysis is performed by RELAP5/MOD 3.3 code. During TLOFW event, the operator's action time is allowed for 80 minutes and the uncovered core could maintain the stable state for a long time, about a half or one hour by the positive effects given by the fast coolant circulation by RCP pump operation. In simulations considering test scenarios, the minimum required equipment for successful F and B managing during TLOFW without LOOP is verified that it is that F and B procedure could be performed successfully as if the operator would open at least one out of four POSRV within 80 minutes after secondary cooling failure for the RCS depressurization. These analysis results can be used for contribute more realistic and accurate performance of a APR+ PSA

  15. Evaluation of Steam and Gas-flow for APR1400 IRWST using GOTHIC 6.1b

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    Kim, Mun Soo; Lee, Suk Ho; Kim, Han Gon [Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2009-05-15

    The In-Containment Refueling Water Storage Tank (IRWST) of APR1400 is installed at the bottom of the containment building to promote the plant safety functions during an accident. This design feature brings about uncertainty factors that may necessitate improvement or revision of the conventional prediction of temperature and pressure of the containment building in the event of an accident. The hot steam that is released from a RCS break enters the IRWST through four Pressure Relief Dampers (PRDs). The steam is expected to be condensed with water stored in the IRWST, in which water is colder than the incoming steam. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of IRWST and PRDs on back pressure and temperature in APR1400 containment by utilizing a containment code: GOTHIC 6.1b (Generation of Thermal-Hydraulic Information for Containments). For this purpose, a multi-compartment and detailed three-dimensional model was developed to predict the steam and gas flow-rate in IRWST.

  16. Unit Risk Quotient (RQ) and Relative Significance of Radionuclide on Flora and Fauna to the EU-APR Optimization

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    Lee, Keunsung [KHNP-CRI, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Kim, Sukhoon [FNC Technology Co., Ltd., Yongin (Korea, Republic of); Lee, Chonghui [KEPCO E and C, Yongin (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    As part of the project for acquiring the certification from EUR organization, in accordance with Articles 4.8 and 5.5 specified in Section 2.20 of EUR Volume 2, the effects of ionizing radiation from the standard design of EU-APR on biota and ecosystems during operation and decommissioning phases shall be assessed. This assessment must be carried out according to the ERICA (i.e. Environmental Risk from Ionizing Contaminants: Assessment and management) integrated approach. This paper describes the evaluation results for unit risk quotient and relative significance by radionuclide derived from performing Tier 1 assessment on flora and fauna for the EU-APR design using ERICA Tool. As specified previously, Pa-231 and Th-228 are the most significant for the terrestrial and for the marine/freshwater ecosystems, respectively. And, in terms of environmental risk, those radionuclides having the most impact on flora and fauna are relatively more significant than isotope having the least impact by about 7 to 10 orders of magnitude.

  17. 15. national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 15. seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria tecnica

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    Selected papers from the 15th annual national seminar on the rational use of the energy and exposition of equipment and services have been separately cited in the database. The seminar is jointly sponsored by ATPAE, Universidad autonoma Metropolitana, and FIDE.

  18. [Preparation and Identification of High Immunogenic A/PR/8/34 Maternal Strain HA Protein for Influenza Virus Classical Reassortment].

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    Tang, Jing; Xin, Li; Guo, Junfeng; Zhu, Wenfei; Zhang, Heyuan; Lang, Shaohui; Wang, Dayan; Shu, Yuelong

    2016-03-01

    Preparation of maternal strain A/PR/8/34 HA antiserum for influenza virus classical reassortment. A/PR/8/34 virus was digested by bromelain after inactivation and purification. 5%-20% sucrose continuous density gradient centrifugation method was used to purify HA protein. SIRD method was used to select the target protein. SDS-PAGE method was used to identified HA protein. High Immunogenic A/PR/8/34 HA protein was successfully prepared and HI titer reached 10240. High purity HA antiserum was identified by SIRD method. The key reagent in the classical reassortment of influenza virus was prepared, and the complete set of technical methods were explored, which laid the foundation for the independent research and development of seasonal influenza vaccine strains of China. PMID:27396155

  19. Evaluation of Effect of N{sub 2} Gas on the Cooling Capability of Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) in APR+

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    Cho, Yun Je; Kang, Kyong Ho; Yun, Byong Jo [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2012-05-15

    In Korea, Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+) has being developed by adding passive safety features to Advanced Power Reactor 1400MWe (APR1400). Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) is one of passive system adopted in the APR+ to replace the conventional active auxiliary feedwater system. Because PAFS removes decay heat from the reactor core, it is required to verify the performance of PAFS in postulated accidents cases. In addition, an effect of noncondensable gas on the heat removal capability of PAFS should be evaluated since the non-condensable gas may deteriorate a condensation heat transfer through the condensation heat exchanger in PAFS. In this study, the effect of N{sub 2} gas was evaluated using MARS

  20. Appraisal of alternative skin model for the study of epidermal restoration following exposure to various environmental stress agents: ionising radiation and UV B; Evaluation d'un modele alternatif de peau dans l'etude de l'atteinte epidermique apres exposition a differents agents de stress environnementaux: rayonnements ionisants (RI) et ultra-violets B (UVB)

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    Isoir, M

    2006-06-15

    Human skin is a major target tissue for ionising radiation (IR) and UV B. We developed a skin explant model and used 2 types of keratinocytes to study survival and oxidative stress induced by these radiations. We examined oxidative damages by measuring R.O.S. produced and cellular anti-oxidant defenses induced. We observed into skin exposed to IR a modulation of genes expression implied in the control of oxidative stress, confirmed by the decrease of catalase, glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase enzymatic activities. The imbalance observed between anti- and pro-apoptotic genes expression shows that keratinocytes apoptosis may be partly dependent on radio-induced R.O.S. production. We showed the difference of radiosensitivity between N.H.E.K. and Ha Ca.T., which may be linked to their differential oxidative responses. In addition, during re-epithelialising, we demonstrated that activated N.H.E.K. after IR express keratin 6, release pro-inflammatory cytokines and proliferate, without modification of their differentiation. Treatment of N.H.E.K. with geranyl geranylacetone (G.G.A.) has a beneficial effect on their radio-induced activation by increasing IL-1 release, their migration in scrapped area and their survival. G.G.A. has an anti apoptotic ability (induction of Hsp70- caspase-3 pathway) and migratory properties (P38/RhoA activation) on N.H.E.K., but after IR, only caspase-3 pathway is induced. This work thus contributes to the understanding of cutaneous damages after IR and G.G.A. mechanism of action which accelerates re-epithelialising. (author)

  1. Neutronic exposure and early increase of IL-6, IL-8 and G-csf seric levels in non human primates; Elevation precoce des concentrations seriques d`IL-6, d`IL-8 et de G-CSF apres exposition neutronique

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    Van Uye, A.; Agay, D.; Edgard, L.; Cruz, C.; Mestries, J.C. [Centre de Recherches du Service de Sante des Armees, La Tronche, 38 - Grenoble (France)

    1997-12-31

    The aim of the work was to study some of the early events that trigger radiation-induced inflammatory response. Blood kinetic profiles of IL-6, IL-8 and G-CSF were monitored in male adult baboons (Papio sp.) within the first 24 hours following the exposure to a 6 Gy mixed neutron-gamma field. (authors)

  2. The subtilisin-like protease AprV2 is required for virulence and uses a novel disulphide-tethered exosite to bind substrates.

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    Ruth M Kennan

    Full Text Available Many bacterial pathogens produce extracellular proteases that degrade the extracellular matrix of the host and therefore are involved in disease pathogenesis. Dichelobacter nodosus is the causative agent of ovine footrot, a highly contagious disease that is characterized by the separation of the hoof from the underlying tissue. D. nodosus secretes three subtilisin-like proteases whose analysis forms the basis of diagnostic tests that differentiate between virulent and benign strains and have been postulated to play a role in virulence. We have constructed protease mutants of D. nodosus; their analysis in a sheep virulence model revealed that one of these enzymes, AprV2, was required for virulence. These studies challenge the previous hypothesis that the elastase activity of AprV2 is important for disease progression, since aprV2 mutants were virulent when complemented with aprB2, which encodes a variant that has impaired elastase activity. We have determined the crystal structures of both AprV2 and AprB2 and characterized the biological activity of these enzymes. These data reveal that an unusual extended disulphide-tethered loop functions as an exosite, mediating effective enzyme-substrate interactions. The disulphide bond and Tyr92, which was located at the exposed end of the loop, were functionally important. Bioinformatic analyses suggested that other pathogenic bacteria may have proteases that utilize a similar mechanism. In conclusion, we have used an integrated multidisciplinary combination of bacterial genetics, whole animal virulence trials in the original host, biochemical studies, and comprehensive analysis of crystal structures to provide the first definitive evidence that the extracellular secreted proteases produced by D. nodosus are required for virulence and to elucidate the molecular mechanism by which these proteases bind to their natural substrates. We postulate that this exosite mechanism may be used by proteases produced by

  3. Monoclinically distorted perovskites, A2ZnTiO6 (A=Pr, Gd): Rietveld refinement, and dielectric studies

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    Double perovskite related oxide A2ZnTiO6A=Pr, Gd were synthesized by the solid state reaction method at 1523 K. The structure and microstructure of the compounds were studied by X-ray, SAED and FESEM. Rietveld refinement of the powder X-ray analysis shows that the compounds crystallizes in monoclinic space group P21/n (a+b−b−) with unit cell parameter √2ap×√2ap×2ap (a=5.5026(1) Å, b=5.6305(1) Å, c=7.8149(1) Å, β=90.02(1)° for Pr2ZnTiO6 and a=5.3621(1) Å, b=5.6565(2) Å, c=7.6779(2) Å and β=90.264(2)° for Gd2ZnTiO6. Electron diffraction study confirms P21/n symmetry of the oxides. The monoclinic distortion is larger in Gd2ZnTiO6 than Pr2ZnTiO6 which is associated with the tolerance factor and the tilting angle of ZnO6 and TiO6 octahedra (ϕ=13.64° for Pr2ZnTiO6 and 16.51° for Gd2ZnTiO6). The compounds are highly ordered. The charge and size difference between B site cations are the driving force for the ordering of the B′O6 and B″O6 octahedra. Pr2ZnTiO6 shows a dielectric constant of 27 and dielectric loss of 0.003 while Gd2ZnTiO6 has a dielectric constant of 17 and dielectric loss of 0.005 measured at 1 MHz. - Graphical abstract: Synthesis of new double perovskite dielectric material with very low dielectric loss. - Highlights: • Synthesis of new monoclinically distorted double perovskite (Pr2ZnTiO6). • Synthesis of monoclinically distorted double perovskite (Gd2ZnTiO6). • Selected area electron diffraction study of A2ZnTiO6 (A=Pr, Gd). • Study of dielectric properties of A2ZnTiO6 (A=Pr, Gd)

  4. Strong synergy with APR-246 and DNA-damaging drugs in primary cancer cells from patients with TP53 mutant High-Grade Serous ovarian cancer

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    Fransson, Åsa; Glaessgen, Daria; Alfredsson, Jessica; Wiman, Klas G.; Bajalica-Lagercrantz, Svetlana; Mohell, Nina

    2016-01-01

    Background Mutation in the tumor suppressor gene TP53 is an early event in the development of high-grade serous (HGS) ovarian cancer and is identified in more than 96 % of HGS cancer patients. APR-246 (PRIMA-1MET) is the first clinical-stage compound that reactivates mutant p53 protein by refolding it to wild type conformation, thus inducing apoptosis. APR-246 has been tested as monotherapy in a Phase I/IIa clinical study in hematological malignancies and prostate cancer with promising result...

  5. Evolution a court terme des formes du phosphore d'un sol ferrallitique apres apports d'une boue urbaine

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    Brossard, M.; Mench, Michel; CLAIRON, Maurice; Laurent, J.Y.

    1991-01-01

    Une boue urbaine a été incorporée aux doses de 10 et 100 t (MS)●ha-1 dans l’horizon 0-20 cm d’un sol ferrallitique de Guadeloupe. L’expérimentation est conduite en microparcelles de plein champ pendant 500 j. Après prélèvement des échantillons de sol, les mottes de boue non fragmentées de taille supérieure à 5 mm sont triées manuellement. Les formes du phosphore du sol analysées sont les suivantes : phosphore total (Pt), organique (Po), minéral (Pm), extrait par un mélange bicarbonate-f...

  6. O après-coup e a reconsolidação da memória

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    Graziele Luiza Barizon Scopel Gerbasi

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Em diferentes áreas do conhecimento é reconhecido que a memória está sujeita a transformações ao longo do tempo. Partindo desse pressuposto, o objetivo do presente estudo é apresentar uma discussão compreendendo a ideia de que nossas recordações são suscetíveis a transformações e a concepção de après-coup. Há o delineamento de algumas ideias acerca da temporalidade em Psicanálise e do mecanismo de reconsolidação da memória segundo as Neurociências. Utilizando-se tais conceitos, evidenciou-se a viabilidade de se pensar uma interlocução entre a Psicanálise e as Neurociências.

  7. Fernand Braudel : Civilisation matérielle, Economie et Capitalisme trente ans après

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    Garner, Guillaume

    2013-01-01

    Trente ans après la publication par Fernand Braudel de sa trilogie Civilisation matérielle, Économie et Capitalisme XVe-XVIIIe siècle, l’IFHA (Guillaume Garner) et le Global and European Studies Institute de l’Université de Leipzig (Matthias Middell) se sont associés pour organiser une journée d’études franco-allemande, qui s’est tenue à Leipzig le 2 octobre 2009, dont le but était moins de discuter de la pertinence des conclusions formulées par F. Braudel que d’évaluer, sur le plan des probl...

  8. 返工设备——APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统

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    2005-01-01

    Metcal公司2001年推出阵列封装返工系统,确立了可重复性、精度和温度控制的新标准。该公司最近推出的APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统,再次确立了精确、有成本效益的、最大范围元件类型的返工基准,可处理BGA,CSP,LGA(Land Grid Array),Micro SMD,MLF(Micro-Lead Frame),BCC(Bumped Chip Component)多种封装。

  9. 返工设备——APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统

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    2005-01-01

    APR-5000-XLS阵列封装返工系统可处理BGA,CSP,LGA(Land Grid Array),Micro SMD,MLF(Micro—Lead Frame),BCC(Bumped Chip Component)多种封装。其可处理的板尺寸达610mm×610mm(24.5″×24.5″),厚度达6.35mm(0.25″)。双程、全空气底部预热,能处理大小不同规格的PCB板。采用5个热电偶输入和闭环RTD温度控制,

  10. O après-coup e a reconsolidação da memória

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    Graziele Luiza Barizon Scopel Gerbasi; Paulo José da Costa

    2015-01-01

    Em diferentes áreas do conhecimento é reconhecido que a memória está sujeita a transformações ao longo do tempo. Partindo desse pressuposto, o objetivo do presente estudo é apresentar uma discussão compreendendo a ideia de que nossas recordações são suscetíveis a transformações e a concepção de après-coup. Há o delineamento de algumas ideias acerca da temporalidade em Psicanálise e do mecanismo de reconsolidação da memória segundo as Neurociências. Utilizando-se tais conceitos, evidenciou-se ...

  11. Performance and scenario evaluation of PAFS through the LOFW accident in APR1400 by using MARS code

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    In order to enhance the safety feature of the APR1400 through the passive ways, the passive auxiliary feedwater system(PAFS) is under preliminary consideration by KAERI. For the successful adaptation of PAFS, accident scenario evaluation of PWR plant that is assumed to have the PAFS system should be performed. Condensing heat exchanger assemblies are installed at the exterior boundary of the containment building per one steam generator. The performance of the heat exchanger is designed to remove the decay heat of the fuel completely. In normal operation condition, PAFS system is not connected with the steam and feed lines. A Total Loss of Feed Water(TLOFW) accident is selected for the performance and scenario evaluation after the severity check. The PAFS connection valves are open at the signal of 25% level trip of steam generator. With the single failure assumption of PAFS open valve, the scenario propagations are calculated by using MARS code

  12. Performance and scenario evaluation of PAFS through the LOFW accident in APR1400 by using MARS code

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    Bae, Sung Won; Bae, Byoung Uhn; Yun, Byong Jo [Korea Atomic Energy Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2009-07-01

    In order to enhance the safety feature of the APR1400 through the passive ways, the passive auxiliary feedwater system(PAFS) is under preliminary consideration by KAERI. For the successful adaptation of PAFS, accident scenario evaluation of PWR plant that is assumed to have the PAFS system should be performed. Condensing heat exchanger assemblies are installed at the exterior boundary of the containment building per one steam generator. The performance of the heat exchanger is designed to remove the decay heat of the fuel completely. In normal operation condition, PAFS system is not connected with the steam and feed lines. A Total Loss of Feed Water(TLOFW) accident is selected for the performance and scenario evaluation after the severity check. The PAFS connection valves are open at the signal of 25% level trip of steam generator. With the single failure assumption of PAFS open valve, the scenario propagations are calculated by using MARS code.

  13. Conceptual design of passive containment cooling system with air holdup tanks in the concrete containment of improved APR+

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    Jeon, Byong Guk; NO, Hee Cheon, E-mail: hcno@kaist.ac.kr

    2014-02-15

    Highlights: • Conceptual design of passive containment cooling system (PCCS) based on APR+ is proposed. • Decay heat removal rate is to be maximized by introducing air holdup tanks (AHT). • Only air is transported into the AHT decreasing air mass fraction near HXs inside containment and increasing heat transfer rates. • Large AHT volume gives significantly higher heat removal rate. • External HXs have merits over in-tube HXs for long term cooling. - Abstract: The accident of the Fukushima nuclear power plant emphasized passive systems against prolonged station blackout. This paper aims at conceptual design of passive containment cooling system (PCCS) based on APR+, an advanced PWR developed in Korea with passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS). In the design, decay heat removal rate is to be maximized by introducing air holdup tanks (AHT). The AHT is an isolated space disposed above IRWST and is connected to the containment free space by vent lines through IRWST water and PAFS heat exchangers (HXs), where steam generated by decay heat is condensed. Since a lot of steam is condensed through in-tube HXs and IRWST water, air is mainly transported into the AHT decreasing air mass fraction near HXs inside containment and increasing heat transfer rates. Several design options (AHT volume, flow distribution in vent lines, HX types) are evaluated via scoping analysis. The scoping analysis had proved that AHT (>10% containment volume) decreased the required number of PCCS HXs to be installed less than a half, failure of valves caused marginal increase in HXs to be installed, and external HXs had merits over in-tube HXs for long term cooling.

  14. Design of condensation heat exchanger for the PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) of APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus)

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    Highlights: ► Condensation heat exchanger for the PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) was designed. ► The requirement of the heat removal rate and the prevention of water hammer phenomena were considered. ► The proposed design of the heat exchanger satisfied the requirement of the passive heat removal system. - Abstract: The APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus), a next generation nuclear power plant in Korea, has adopted the PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) on the secondary system of the steam generator (SG) as an advanced safety feature. It is intended to replace the conventional auxiliary feedwater system, which consists of active components for the SG in a passive way. It removes decay heat from the reactor core by cooling down the secondary system of the SG using a condensation heat exchanger installed in the PCCT (Passive Condensation Cooling Tank). The objective of this study is to design a condensation heat exchanger for the PAFS and to evaluate the cooling performance for the proposed design using the thermal hydraulic system analysis code, MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis for Reactor Safety). Requirements such as the heat removal capacity and the prevention of water hammer were preferentially considered to determine the design parameters of the heat exchanger tube. The MARS code analysis result showed that the proposed design of the PAFS heat exchanger is able to cool down the required amount of decay heat. The distribution of a liquid volume fraction and flow regime predicted by the MARS code shows that the proposed design of the heat exchanger excludes the water hammer inside the tube. Estimation of a two-phase flow pressure drop indicates that the pressure drop inside the tube is negligible compared to the total pressure drop in the PAFS. From the MARS code analysis, it is concluded that the proposed design of the condensation heat exchanger in the PAFS satisfies the overall criteria for the performance of the passive heat removal

  15. APR-246 (PRIMA-1(MET)) strongly synergizes with AZD2281 (olaparib) induced PARP inhibition to induce apoptosis in non-small cell lung cancer cell lines.

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    Deben, Christophe; Lardon, Filip; Wouters, An; Op de Beeck, Ken; Van den Bossche, Jolien; Jacobs, Julie; Van Der Steen, Nele; Peeters, Marc; Rolfo, Christian; Deschoolmeester, Vanessa; Pauwels, Patrick

    2016-06-01

    APR-246 (PRIMA-1(Met)) is able to bind mutant p53 and restore its normal conformation and function. The compound has also been shown to increase intracellular ROS levels. Importantly, the poly-[ADP-ribose] polymerase-1 (PARP-1) enzyme plays an important role in the repair of ROS-induced DNA damage. We hypothesize that by blocking this repair with the PARP-inhibitor AZD2281 (olaparib), DNA damage would accumulate in the cell leading to massive apoptosis. We observed that APR-246 synergistically enhanced the cytotoxic response of olaparib in TP53 mutant non-small cell lung cancer cell lines, resulting in a strong apoptotic response. In the presence of wild type p53 a G2/M cell cycle block was predominantly observed. NOXA expression levels were significantly increased in a TP53 mutant background, and remained unchanged in the wild type cell line. The combined treatment of APR-246 and olaparib induced cell death that was associated with increased ROS production, accumulation of DNA damage and translocation of p53 to the mitochondria. Out data suggest a promising targeted combination strategy in which the response to olaparib is synergistically enhanced by the addition of APR-246, especially in a TP53 mutant background. PMID:26975633

  16. Etude anthropologique de l’espace domestique à Guangzhou

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    Xiaomin YANG

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available The household reveals the change in everyday life of the chinese people. Before 1990, the Chinese all haved lived for a certain time far away from their work. Today, all Chinese want to be the proper owner of their apartment. This great change is definitely the result of the national housing reform realized in the 1990's. Once becoming the owner, the Chinese focus on the decoration and reorganization of the rooms in their homes. Their main concern is to exploit maximum their limited space, and to achieve the best harmony with the environment. In the mean time, the development of the service industry not only have helped them to enjoy a better life but also have liberated them from the attachment of the family and the friendship. But the Chinese still live in the shadow of their old traditions. As the vector of the social norms, the furniture and light in the living room and the living room its self become the "window" and represent the "face" of the family. On the other hand, the bathroom, which is restrictly an intimate room for the French, is both "public" and "intimate" for the Chinese. The couple never allow themselves to leave their personnel items in it, neither do they accept to have two separate bathrooms. The level of the intimacy of the rooms reflects that Chinese, who live constantly between the tradition and modernity, respect always their old traditions.

  17. La figure de la domestique chez Claude Simon

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    Piégay-Gros, Nathalie

    2014-01-01

    Des enfants en haillons qui jouent dans une rue, des femmes pauvres, des gitans : le regard de Claude Simon photographe s’arrête sur les démunis. C’est l’énergie qui domine ces images, comme portées par une force de vie qui se communique par-delà le temps. Dans ses romans, les figures de la pauvreté n’appellent pas plus la compassion : c’est leur vitalité, le plus souvent, qui les caractérise. Il n’y a pas de place, non plus, pour un discours qui analyserait les forces de domination, les prém...

  18. Medical operating personnel exposition levels during intracoronary irradiation using a Re188 full filled balloon catheter after percutaneous transluminal coronary artery

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    Ponce V, F.; Peix G, A.; Llerena R, L.; Santana V, L. [Instituto de Cardiologia, La Habana (Cuba); Lopez D, A. [Hospital Hermanos Amejeiras, La Habana (Cuba)

    2006-07-01

    The intracoronary irradiation using a full filled conventional balloon catheter with Rhenium 188 (Re188) after Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Artery (PTCA) is a new relative treatment technique to reduce restenosis where the medical operating personnel are exposed to additional radiation ionizing level in the cath lab. In this study a radiation exposure level to medical operating personnel in the cath lab were measured with a Geiger Muller detector in 7 place to different distance from patient (to chest and abdominal region) catheter tabletop during a randomized clinical trial carried out in 25 patients whose were treated. The average concentrated Re188 activity used and treatment time were 5256{+-}2371 MBq/ml in 1.5-2 ml and 466{+-}195 seconds. At 3 cm from right arm patient the average maximum exposition rate were 0,63 mSv/h and 0,51 mSv h, to chest and abdominal patient level, respectively, where also average exposed dose per treated patient was 0,06 mSv and 0,05 mSv, respectively. Our results show that intracoronary irradiation with Re188 in the cath lab do not increase significatively the exposure radiation level to medical operating staff during treatment procedure and it is safe according national and international radiation protection regulations. (Author)

  19. Medical operating personnel exposition levels during intracoronary irradiation using a Re188 full filled balloon catheter after percutaneous transluminal coronary artery

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    The intracoronary irradiation using a full filled conventional balloon catheter with Rhenium 188 (Re188) after Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Artery (PTCA) is a new relative treatment technique to reduce restenosis where the medical operating personnel are exposed to additional radiation ionizing level in the cath lab. In this study a radiation exposure level to medical operating personnel in the cath lab were measured with a Geiger Muller detector in 7 place to different distance from patient (to chest and abdominal region) catheter tabletop during a randomized clinical trial carried out in 25 patients whose were treated. The average concentrated Re188 activity used and treatment time were 5256±2371 MBq/ml in 1.5-2 ml and 466±195 seconds. At 3 cm from right arm patient the average maximum exposition rate were 0,63 mSv/h and 0,51 mSv h, to chest and abdominal patient level, respectively, where also average exposed dose per treated patient was 0,06 mSv and 0,05 mSv, respectively. Our results show that intracoronary irradiation with Re188 in the cath lab do not increase significatively the exposure radiation level to medical operating staff during treatment procedure and it is safe according national and international radiation protection regulations. (Author)

  20. A systematic core design method for reduction of critical boron concentration in APR 1400 with gadolinia-bearing assembly

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    Highlights: • A systematic core design method reduces CBC of APR 1400. • The core design method solves a non-linear programming problem. • The solution is a set of new Gd-bearing fuel assembly design. • LP loading new Gd-bearing fuel assembly designs achieves target CBCs. • Lower L/H ratio shows longer hold-down effect than higher L/H ratio. - Abstract: A systematic core design method is developed to design Gd-bearing fuel assembly having two types of Gd rods, low-wt%-Gd rod and high-wt%-Gd rod. The purpose of the method is to lower the critical boron concentration (CBC) of a preliminary core loading pattern, and consequently to achieve more negative or less positive moderator temperature coefficient (MTC). The proposed core design method is a process of solving a non-linear programming problem stated with a system of equations. In this method, both the ratio of the number of low-wt%-Gd rod to the number of high-wt%-Gd rod (r) and the assembly average Gd wt% (w) are the solution variables of the system of equations. The target function is the amount of soluble boron concentration reduction, ΔCBC, which is correlated with the reactivity change, ΔkFA, per Gd-bearing fuel assembly by a quadratic reactivity equation. The coefficients of the quadratic equations are calculated prior to the determination of Gd-bearing fuel assembly pattern, using the least square method. The constraints required to determine (r, w) are physically realizable Gd rods pattern, Δki close to ΔkFA derived from ΔCBC, etc. An objective function, min[f(∑i(ΔkFA-Δki))], enables a final loading pattern to reach a target CBC. This design methodology is applied to APR 1400. Total six cases with various target CBCs are investigated to validate the proposed method. CASMO-3/MASTER calculations with new design assemblies produce lower CBCs at BOC than target CBCs keeping maximum pin power below the safety limit, and thus show more negative MTC

  1. APR-246/PRIMA-1(MET) rescues epidermal differentiation in skin keratinocytes derived from EEC syndrome patients with p63 mutations.

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    Shen, Jinfeng; van den Bogaard, Ellen H; Kouwenhoven, Evelyn N; Bykov, Vladimir J N; Rinne, Tuula; Zhang, Qiang; Tjabringa, Geuranne S; Gilissen, Christian; van Heeringen, Simon J; Schalkwijk, Joost; van Bokhoven, Hans; Wiman, Klas G; Zhou, Huiqing

    2013-02-01

    p53 and p63 share extensive sequence and structure homology. p53 is frequently mutated in cancer, whereas mutations in p63 cause developmental disorders manifested in ectodermal dysplasia, limb defects, and orofacial clefting. We have established primary adult skin keratinocytes from ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia, and cleft lip/palate (EEC) syndrome patients with p63 mutations as an in vitro human model to study the disease mechanism in the skin of EEC patients. We show that these patient keratinocytes cultured either in submerged 2D cultures or in 3D skin equivalents have impaired epidermal differentiation and stratification. Treatment of these patient keratinocytes with the mutant p53-targeting compound APR-246/PRIMA-1(MET) (p53 reactivation and induction of massive apoptosis) that has been successfully tested in a phase I/II clinical trial in cancer patients partially but consistently rescued morphological features and gene expression during epidermal stratification in both 2D and 3D models. This rescue coincides with restoration of p63 target-gene expression. Our data show that EEC patient keratinocytes with p63 mutations can be used for characterization of the abnormal molecular circuitry in patient skin and may open possibilities for the design of novel pharmacological treatment strategies for patients with mutant p63-associated developmental abnormalities. PMID:23355676

  2. A study on issues and solutions about logic functions applied to computerized procedure system in APR1400

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    Plant procedures are instructions to guide operators in monitoring, decision making, and controlling nuclear power plants(NPPs). While plant procedures historically have been paper-based, computerized-based procedures are being developed to overcome the drawbacks of paper-based procedures. The CPS is used to integrate the operational instructions, plan process information and computerized operator support functions in advanced main control room (MCR) of APR1400. The logic functions applied to CPS are three categories: Procedure Entry Condition (PEC), Continuously Applied Step (CAS) re-execution condition, instruction evaluation. This automation using logic function can reduce operator 2019's burden about monitoring, decision making, controlling NPPs but this automation can also lower situation awareness and operator in the loop. These automation issues caused by logic function shall be closed to apply computerized procedure. This paper introduces issues drawn by system designer, plant operators, and human factors engineers. To close these introduced issues, this paper suggests solutions from system design, procedure writer's guideline, and operator training. This paper introduces issues drawn by system designer, plant operators, and human factors engineers. To close these introduced issues, this paper suggests solutions from system design, procedure writer's guideline, and operator training

  3. The fifteenth period report on the cooperative utilization of the AVF cyclotron at Osaka University RCNP (Dec 1982 - Apr 1983)

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    The AVF cyclotron at the RCNP (Research Center for Nuclear Physics) of Osaka University has been cooperatively used by various researchers of Japanese universities or colleges. This collective report covers papers concerning various studies performed at the AVF during Dec 1982 to Apr 1983. Some of the titles of these papers are as follows : Elastic scattering of 56 MeV polarized deuterons from 12C and 40Ca ; Pionic three-nucleon capture reactions ; Measurement on branching ratios of short-lived beta emitter 23Mg and its hyperfine interactions ; Half-life and branching ratios of short-lived beta emitter 13O ; 7Li excitation of the giant resonances in 208Pb ; Measurements of spin polarization of residual nuclei after light particle emission in heavy ion reactions ; Target dependence of the sequential alpha decay through the narrow resonances of 20Ne ; Analyzing power of neutron continuum spectra for the 93Nb (p,nx) reaction and a simple one step OWBA analysis ; Energy dependence of the reaction mechanism for the 3He and alpha induced reactions ; Medium energy gamma rays following radiative capture of polarized protons on light nuclei. (Aoki, K.)

  4. A condensation heat transfer model for nearly horizontal tubes of the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System in APR+

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    A new condensation heat transfer model based on the flow regime in the nearly horizontal tube has been developed for the Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System (PAFS) of Korean Advanced Power Reactor Plus (APR+). This study focused on the stratified flow in horizontal tubes in which two different heat transfer mechanisms are involved. The void fraction was determined from the 1-D separated flow model (SFM) which incorporates closure relations for shear stress defined by single-phase based expressions and geometric relations for a concave interface using the eccentric circles. The wetted angle proposed by Hart's correlation (1989) was used to classify flow regimes into annular, stratified-wavy and stratified-smooth flow. The new film condensation heat transfer correlation based on Nusselt's integral analysis (1916) was proposed to predict the heat transfer coefficient affected by the vapor flow on the upper portion of tube in the stratified flow. Furthermore, the convective heat transfer correlation for single-phase heat transfer was used to predict the heat transfer coefficient for condensate flowing on the entire perimeter of annular flow and the bottom of the stratified flow. Both heat transfer correlations use Reynolds number based on the phasic actual velocities and geometric variables obtained from SFM. Finally, the new condensation heat transfer model package was evaluated against available experimental data for water and it showed good results. (author)

  5. General arrangement design optimization of emergency response facility (TSC, OSC) in Korea next generation reactor (APR-1400)

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    The accident at the Three Mile Island (TMI) led to install some data processing and display equipment to assist control room personnel in rapidly evaluating the safety status. And also to place in the plant for providing operators with technical support and an emergency response center for radiological environmental assessments and determination of recommended public protective action during emergency. In practice, most of the countries possessing nuclear power plants including USA have partially or wholly adopted US NRC regulations and guidelines for Emergency Response Facility(ERF). Also the Korea nuclear power plants are implementing or operating ERF and SPDS after analyzing US NRC regulations and guideline since TMI accident. So this paper first been reviewed Korea Regulations, US NRC published codes and standards related to ERF (TSC/OSC). Finally this paper is described the design optimization of general arrangement in emergency response facility to improve emergency response capability in Korea Next Generation Reactor(APR-1400), which are best suitable for our domestic situation and also enhance the emergency response capability of ERF

  6. Exposição a agrotóxicos em agricultores do Movimento Sem Terra Exposition pesticides among brazilian land squatters

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    Regina Rigatto Witt

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Em 1993 agricultores do Movimento Sem-Terra ocuparam uma fazenda no sul do Brasil onde havia um depósito de agrotóxicos organoclorados. O objetivo desta investigação foi avaliar as condições de saúde dos agricultores expostos. Trata-se de um estudo epidemiológico do tipo descritivo transversal, com informação recordatória nos períodos: anterior ao acampamento (vida anterior a 1993, durante o acampamento (oito meses em 1993 e após o assentamento (até 1998. Para coleta dos dados foi elaborado um instrumento com questões de caracterização demográfica, história de exposição e de sinais e sintomas. Foram entrevistados 140 indivíduos trabalhadores adultos. A forma de exposição relatada foi o preparo, a aplicação dos produtos e/ou relato de trabalho em culturas determinadas. O desfecho estudado foram três ou mais sinais ou sintomas simultâneos após o relato de exposição. Os resultados apontam 16, 8 e 29 agricultores com relato compatível com o desfecho, antes, durante a ocupação e após o assentamento respectivamente. Os equipamentos de proteção individual foram rara e inadequadamente utilizados. Há evidências da necessidade de realização de estudos posteriores visando à compreensão dos efeitos da exposição aos agrotóxicos e indicam a necessidade da elaboração de programas educativos para serem desenvolvidos junto a agricultores para a prevenção das intoxicações.In 1993 rural workers of a social movement occupied a farm in the south of Brazil where organoclorides pesticides were stored. This study was taken to evaluate health conditions of rural workers exposed to these organoclorides pesticides. This is a retrospective transversal study with collection of reminded data in the periods of: life before 1993, during the occupation in 1993 and after settlement in 1996. Demographic data, exposition, signs and symptoms were collected with the application of an instrument. Individuals (140 adults workers were

  7. Analysis of equivalent dose (H) starting from the exposition (X) received for patient families in myocardial perfusion study with 99mTc-Sestamibi

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    The myocardial perfusion study with 99mTc-Sestamibi has the major indication frequency for the coronary arterial illness diagnostic, due to its high sensibility and specificity. The patient families that are exposed to this study also receive the radiation of the injected radiopharmaceutical. The punctual source model (Psm) is generally used for the absorbed dose calculation of the radiation coming from patients under any procedure with radiopharmaceuticals. The objective of this study was to compare the equivalent doses calculated theoretically (Dat) by means of Psm, regarding the measurements that routinely are made by means of a detector Geiger (Dam), as well as to quantify the maxim equivalent dose to which they are exposed the families of the subjected patients to this procedure. 30 voluntary patients were evaluated with clinical indication for myocardial perfusion study with 99mTc-Sestamibi with acquisition protocol of 1 day: Rest-effort, with dose of 15-30 mCi (555-1110 mBq) respectively. Immediate to each injection of 99mTc-Sestamibi was calculated the Dat, using the equation that the Psm describes, considering a distance of 1 meter; and the exposition speed was measured by means of a detector Geiger at a distance 1 meter to the heart height. The measurements comparison (Dat vs Dam) was realized by means of the test statistical t-student for independent samples, considering a significance level p≤0.05. For the data of the second injection, was realized a regression analysis to evaluate the lineal correlation among both measurements. Immediately after the injection of 15 mCi (555 mBq) of 99mTc-Sestamibi, the values of the Dam (1.37±0.43 mrem, 13.7±4.3 μSv) they differ significantly of the Dat (1.04 mrem, p99mTc-Sestamibi was carried out in an average time of 2.57±0.02 hr, having the patients group a calculated initial activity of 11.14±0.76 mCi (412.2±28.12 mBq). Differences were not observed statistically significant between the Dam (2.76±0.87 mrem

  8. Exposition and evaluation of scenarios for the planning of the national power sector; Planteamiento y evaluacion de escenarios para la planeacion del sector energetico nacional

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    Gutierrez R, Ranulfo; Flores L, Marco P; Gonzalez Santalo, Jose M; Sanchez H, Laura E; Castrejon B, David; Porras L, Gladys L; Lopez A, Esmeralda; Lima R, Deytia [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico)

    2006-07-01

    In this article the Model of Optimization of Provision and Distribution of Electricity and Fuels is described, which is the analysis tool used by the responsible national organisms to cover the national demand of fuels and electricity for the accomplishment of studies that provide support elements in the exposition of policies covering the national demands, simultaneously diminishing the cost and reducing the environmental impact. This tool determines the combination of technologies and fuels that imply the smaller cost for the country at the time of covering the energy demands. This document extends on the analytical resources and planning that serve as a base to the Model and on its complements, such as risk estimations facing each investment alternative. All this with the purpose of providing more reliable information to the decision maker group in the matter of energy policies. [Spanish] En este articulo se describe el Modelo de Optimizacion de Suministro y Distribucion de Electricidad y Combustibles, que es la herramienta de analisis empleada por los organismos nacionales responsables de cubrir la demanda nacional de combustibles y electricidad para la realizacion de estudios que proporcionen elementos de apoyo en el planteamiento de politicas que cubran las demandas nacionales, al mismo tiempo que minimicen el costo y reduzcan el impacto ambiental. Esta herramienta determina la combinacion de tecnologias y combustibles que impliquen el menor costo para el pais al momento de cubrir las demandas de energeticos. Este documento amplia sobre los recursos analiticos y planeaciones que sirven de base al modelo y sobre sus complementos, como estimaciones de riesgo frente a cada alternativa de inversion. Todo esto con el fin de suministrar informacion mas confiable al grupo que toma las decisiones en materia de politicas energeticas.

  9. Combining interventions: improved chimney stoves, kitchen sinks and solar disinfection of drinking water and kitchen clothes to improve home hygiene in rural Peru L’association d’interventions - améliorer les cuisinières à bois, mettre en place des éviers, désinfecter l’eau domestique et le linge de cuisine par le solaire – permet d’améliorer l’hygiène dans les foyers ruraux du Pérou Intervenciones combinadas: mejorar las cocinas a leña, instalar fregaderos y desinfectar el agua para beber y los paños de cocina con energía solar para mejorar la higiene en hogares rurales en Perú

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    Ana I. Gil

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Home based interventions are advocated in rural areas against a variety of diseases. The combination of different interventions might have synergistic effects in terms of health improvement and cost effectiveness. However, it is crucial to ensure cultural acceptance. The aim of the study was to develop an effective and culturally accepted home-based intervention package to reduce diarrhoea and lower respiratory illnesses in children. In two rural Peruvian communities we evaluated the performance and acceptance of cooking devices, household water treatments (HWT and home- hygiene interventions, with qualitative and quantitative methods. New ventilated stove designs reduced wood consumption by 16%. The majority of participants selected solar water disinfection as HWT in a blind tasting. In-depth interviews on hygiene improvement further revealed a high demand for kitchen sinks. After one year of installation the improved chimney stoves and kitchen sinks were all in use.  The intervention package was successfully adapted to local customs, kitchen-, home- and hygiene management. High user satisfaction was primarily driven by convenience gains due to the technical improvements and only secondarily by perceived health benefits.Les interventions à domicile sont recommandées dans les zones rurales pour éviter diverses maladies. L’association de différentes interventions entraîne une synergie en termes d’amélioration de la santé et de rapport coût-efficacité. Il est cependant crucial d’obtenir l’adhésion de la population. Le but de l’étude était d'élaborer un programme d’interventions à domicile, efficaces et acceptées par la population, visant à réduire la diarrhée et les affections des voies respiratoires basses chez l’enfant. Nous avons évalué, dans deux communautés rurales du Pérou, l’efficacité et l’acceptation d’appareils de cuisson, des traitements de l’eau domestique (HWT et d’interventions d

  10. Discussion on RELAP5 and RETRAN3D Modeling for Passive Condensate Cooling Tank of Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System in APR+

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    Domestic nuclear industry has started the development of APR+ as a Korean specific reactor for the export strategy. In the development of APR+ a passive auxiliary feedwater system (PAFS) has been considered as a noticeable candidate of improved design. The outline of PAFS and passive condensate cooling tank (PCCT) containing horizontal heat exchanger is shown in Fig. 1. For the successful design of PAFS, performance analyses or safety analyses are prerequisite using best estimate thermal hydraulic codes such as RELAP5 or RETRAN3D. Because of the inherent features of RELAP5 or RETRAN3D, pool model and condensation in horizontal tube have not been well-setup nor widely studied. This paper discusses about the PCCT phenomena including steam condensation in horizontal tube and pool heat transfer, and RELAP5 and RETRAN3D modeling

  11. Facteurs influençant le retour au travail après transplantation chez 61 patients rénaux ou hépatiques

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    Praz-Christianaz S.-M.

    2014-01-01

    Enjeux La réussite d'une transplantation rénale ou hépatique intègre non seulement le succès de l'acte chirurgical et sa prise en charge médicale post-greffe, mais également pour le patient greffé l'assurance d'une nouvelle qualité de vie dont le retour au travail fait partie. Le retour au travail après greffe est cependant généralement peu étudié dans la littérature et peu discuté semble-t-il au niveau médical que ce soit avant ou après greffe, quand bien même d'un point de vue médico-socio-...

  12. Une première consultation après la crise de décembre 2007Les élections partielles du 11 juin 2008

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    Cussac, Anne

    2008-01-01

    Après les élections générales du 27 décembre 2007, les Kenyans, dans certaines circonscriptions électorales ont denouveau été appelés aux urnes le 11 juin 2008, pour élire cinq députés et une cinquantaine de représentantslocaux. Ces élections partielles, qui se déroulées dans les circonscriptions d’Ainamoi, Emuhaya, Embakasi1, Kilgoris etWajir North, ont constitué la toute première consultation après la formation du gouvernement de grande coalition entrele Party of National Unity (PNU) du Pré...

  13. Mu dX, a derivative of Mu d1 (lac Apr) which makes stable lacZ fusions at high temperature.

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    Baker, T A; Howe, M M; Gross, C A

    1983-01-01

    We describe defective Mu phage Mu dX (Mu d1 Bx::Tn9 [lac Apr Cmr]) which is useful for insertion mutagenesis and for construction of lac operon fusions in vivo. Mu dX retains the insertion properties of Mu d1 but produces temperature-resistant lysogens and transposes at a reduced frequency. A method is described to convert existing Mu d1 insertions to Mu dX.

  14. Antiviral activity of the plant extracts from Thuja orientalis, Aster spathulifolius, and Pinus thunbergii against influenza virus A/PR/8/34.

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    Won, Ji-Na; Lee, Seo-Yong; Song, Dae-sub; Poo, Haryoung

    2013-01-01

    Influenza viruses cause significant morbidity and mortality in humans through epidemics or pandemics. Currently, two classes of anti-influenza virus drugs, M2 ion-channel inhibitors (amantadin and rimantadine) and neuraminidase inhibitors (oseltamivir and zanamivir), have been used for the treatment of the influenza virus infection. Since the resistance to these drugs has been reported, the development of a new antiviral agent is necessary. In this study, we examined the antiviral efficacy of the plant extracts against the influenza A/PR/8/34 infection. In vitro, the antiviral activities of the plant extracts were investigated using the cell-based screening. Three plant extracts, Thuja orientalis, Aster spathulifolius, and Pinus thunbergii, were shown to induce a high cell viability rate after the infection with the influenza A/PR/8/34 virus. The antiviral activity of the plant extracts also increased as a function of the concentration of the extracts and these extracts significantly reduced the visible cytopathic effect caused by virus infections. Furthermore, the treatment with T. orientalis was shown to have a stronger inhibitory effect than that with A. spathulifolius or P. thunbergii. These results may suggest that T. orientalis has anti-influenza A/PR/8/34 activity. PMID:23314378

  15. Development of a Phenomena Identification Ranking Table (PIRT) for a Station Black Out (SBO) Accident of the APR1400

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    Kang, Kyoung Ho; Yun, Byong Jo; Sim, Suk Ku and others

    2013-10-15

    SBO is one of the most important DEC in that without any proper operator actions, a total loss of heat sink leads to core uncover, to core damage, and ultimately a core melt-down scenario under high pressure. Due to this safety importance, SBO is considered to be a base test item of the OECD-ATLAS project. In this study, Phenomena Identification Ranking Table (PIRT) has been developed for identifying the major parameters affecting the thermal-hydraulic phenomena in SBO transients. Development of PIRT for SBO transient is expected to contribute to making strategy for performing a thermal-hydraulic integral effect test with ATLAS which includes determination of proper test conditions and improvement of measurements. The PIRT process used in this study follows the methodology previously applied in the Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System (PAFS) of the APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus). The PIRT has been developed for identifying the major parameters affecting the thermal-hydraulic phenomena during a SBO transient. The PSC was determined to be the core mixture level from the expert panel discussion. As for the major components of the nuclear power plant, the rank of the importance and the knowledge level were summarized for each of the three temporal phases. Taking into account the important phenomena from the PIRT result, it can be confirmed that ATLAS has a capability of simulating the major thermal-hydraulic phenomena during a SBO transient as realistically as possible. The present PIRT is expected to contribute to making strategy for performing a thermal-hydraulic integral effect test with ATLAS in the framework of the OECD-ATLAS project.

  16. Texture et Anisotropie du comportement mécanique après laminage à chaud d'un alliage léger Aluminium Cuivre Lithium (2050) pour l'aéronautique

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    Contrepois, Quentin

    2010-01-01

    Ce travail vise à comprendre l’évolution de la texture cristallographique et l’anisotropie du comportement mécanique après laminage à chaud et traitements thermiques d’un Al-Cu-Li 2050 et d’un Al-Zn-Mg-Cu 7050, et expliquer leurs différences. La texture est analysée par EBSD et RX après des essais de compression plane à chaud et après des laminages à chaud industriels. L’anisotropie est étudiée sur des tôles fortes industrielles après différents détensionnements et dans différents états micro...

  17. Colgajo prefabricado occipital para cobertura de exposición ósea craneal Prefabricated occipital flap to cover craneal bone exposition

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    B. Rivas León

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available La exposición del cráneo tras un tratamiento quirúrgico oncológico agresivo es un desafió reconstructivo para el cirujano plástico; los defectos pueden variar en dimensiones y complejidad, desde pequeños defectos, que pueden ser cubiertos con injertos dérmicos o colgajos locales, a defectos más extensos que requerirán de un colgajo libre para su cobertura. Presentamos el caso de un varón de 39 años de edad que presentó un defecto biparietal posterior a radioterapia y resección por carcinoma. El defecto fue cubierto con un colgajo prefabricado axial, tomado del área antebraquial e implantado bajo la piel cabelluda occipital, para posteriormente ser llevado al sitio del defecto. El colgajo axial occipital evolucionó satisfactoriamente y logramos cubrir el defecto en su totalidad, sin complicaciones. En conclusión, el colgajo prefabricado occipital aporta suficiente piel cabelluda con patrón vascular axial para cubrir hueso craneal expuesto, cuando no hay una mejor opción cosmética.Cranial bone exposition after an aggressive oncological treatment is a challenge for plastic surgeon; defects can range in size and complexity, from small defects which can be covered only with skin graft or local flaps, to extensive defects that will require a free flap cover. We report a case of a 39 years-old man, who presented soft tissue defect of biparietal area following to radiotherapy and carcinoma resection. This defect was covered by prefabricated axial flap, which was harvest of forearm area and implanted under occipital hair skin and subsequently transported to the defect. The axial occipital flap healed uneventfully with a good outcome; we managed to cover the scalp defect completely without complications. As a conclusion, prefabricated occipital flap provides enough hair skin, with axial vascularity pattern to cover cranial bone exposed, when there is not a better cosmetical option.

  18. How a routine checking of Escherichia coli in retailed food of animal origin can protect consumers against exposition to Campylobacter spp. and Listeria monocytogenes?

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Background/Aim. According to the literature that has been published over the last two decades Campylobacter spp i Listeria monocitogens can be identified as causes of numerous diseases derived by consuming food of animal origin. The purpose of this paper was to find out how established national microbiological criteria of the Republic of Serbia on food safety in retailed food of animal origin could contribute to consumer's protection against exposition to foodborne pathogens such as Campylobacter spp. and Listeria monocytogenes. Methods. During a routine microbiological safety control of randomly selected 60 samples of fresh poultry meat, 30 samples of other fresh meat readymade for grilling, 30 samples of sausage products, 37 samples of heattreated meat, 39 samples of toppings for fast food of animal origin and 31 samples of dairy products a national food safety criteria (Escherichia coli, aerobic plate count, Salmonella spp., coagulasa positive Staphylococcus, Proteus spp., sulphitoreducting Clostridia were applied and, as well as, testing to Campylobacter spp. and Listeria monocitogens. In determination of Campylobacter spp. and Listeria monocytogenes, food quality control methods of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO were applied, while in determination of the other above motioned bacteria, national provisions on microbiological methods were applied who are adjusted to the FAO ones. Results. Related to the national criteria on microbiological food safety, 88 (38.8% samples, out of the total 227 tested, were rejected. When to these results, the results of laboratory tests on Listeria monocytogens were added, a terminal number of rejected samples were not changed. When to these results, the results of Campylobacter spp. testing were added, 91 (40.1% out of the 227 samples were unsatisfied. Results of logistic regression model with occurrence of Escherichia coli as dependent variable indicated that Escherichia coli was 4.5 times likely

  19. Évaluation du risque de contamination alimentaire en mycotoxines néphrotoxiques et cancérogènes (notamment l'ochratoxine A) : validation de biomarqueurs d'exposition et d'effet

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    Tozlovanu, Mariana

    2008-01-01

    L'ochratoxine A (OTA) est une mycotoxine (métabolite secondaire de moisissures), contaminant alimentaire ubiquitaire. Elle est mise en cause dans la néphropathie endémique des Balkanset des tumeurs du tractus urinaire associées à cette maladie. Le but de notre travail était d'établir une relation entre l'exposition humaine à l'OTA et l'induction des cancers des voies urinaires. La présence des mycotoxines dans les aliments pose un problème réel de santé publique. Chez l'homme, la contaminat...

  20. PRIMA-1Met/APR-246 induces apoptosis and tumor growth delay in small cell lung cancer expressing mutant p53

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    Zandi, Roza; Selivanova, Galina; Christensen, Camilla Laulund;

    2011-01-01

    Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) is a highly malignant disease with poor prognosis, necessitating the need to develop new and efficient treatment modalities. PRIMA-1(Met) (p53-dependent reactivation of massive apoptosis), also known as APR-246, is a small molecule, which restores tumor suppressor...... function to mutant p53 and induces cancer cell death in various cancer types. Since p53 is mutated in more than 90% of SCLC, we investigated the ability of PRIMA-1(Met) to induce apoptosis and inhibit tumor growth in SCLC with different p53 mutations....

  1. Visual design from Xi'an International Horticultural Exposition will see ads personnel training%从西安世园会视觉设计看广告人才培养

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    2012-01-01

    Xi'an world horticultural exposition visual design is a large,integrated,series design,the design style is novel and unique,beautiful visual effect,given the historical connotation and regional cultural features.Through the case analysis on the design of Xi'an world horticultural exposition,combined with the characteristics of occupation education of advertising design,the advertising design talent cultivating,in order to achieve training objectives.%西安世园会的视觉设计是一个大型的、综合性、系列化设计,设计风格新颖独特、视觉效果唯美,富有历史内涵与地域文化风貌。通过对西安世园会的设计案例分析,结合广告设计职业教育特点,简述广告设计人才培养途径与方法。

  2. Research on the Development of Urban Area under the Effect of International Horticultural Exposition in China%世园会影响下的中国城市发展研究

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    李璇; 李倞; 王向荣

    2016-01-01

    随着国家对生态环境建设的重视,全国各地都在积极申办园博会,目前我国已成为世界上举办园博会次数最多的国家。基于城市发展的视角,以在中国举办的四届国际级园博会为例,跟踪研究其在周边土地利用以及产业结构调整上的影响,剖析城市发展与世园会之间的关联性,总结以往世园会对城市发展方面的经验教训,为我国未来园博会的举办提供创新思路。%With the emphasis on the construction of ecological environment, China is actively bidding for the Garden Expo. At present, China has become the world's most times to host the Garden Expo. This paper wil analyze based on the perspective of urban development and selecting four International Horticultural Exposition hold in China as example. Track and study its effect and correlation on regional land use and industrial structure adjustment. Providing innovative idea for the future Garden Expo wil be hold in China by concluding the experience on the regional effects of the Horticultural Exposition.

  3. Reasons between effective doses for tomographic and mathematical models due to external exposition by photons; Razoes entre doses efetivas para modelos tomograficos e matematicos devido a exposicoes externas a fotons

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    Kramer, R.; Khoury, H.J. [Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), Recife, PE (Brazil). Dept. de Energia Nuclear; Vieira, J.W. [Centro Federal de Educacao Tecnologica de Pernambuco (CEFET-PE), Recife, PE (Brazil); Yoriyaz, H. [Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares (IPEN/CNEN-SP), Sao Paulo, SP (Brazil); Lima, F.R.A. [Centro Regional de Ciencias Nucleares do Nordeste (CRCN-NE/CNEN-PE), Recife, PE (Brazil); Loureiro, E.C.M. [Escola Politecnica de Pernambuco (POLI/UPE), Recife, PE (Brazil)

    2005-07-01

    The development of Monte Carlo codes and new and sophisticated tomographic human models, or based on voxel, motivated the ICRP to propose a revision of the traditional exposition models, which have been used to calculate doses on organs and tissues using mathematical phantoms MIRD-type 5. This article presents calculations made with tomographic phantoms MAX (Male Adult voXel) and FAX (Female Adult voXel), recently developed and also, for comparison, with ADAM and Eve mathematician phantoms. All models were coupled to the EGS4 and MCNP4 codes for full body external irradiation by photons. It were simulated expositions AP, PA and rotational for energies varying between 10 keV and 10 MeV. The effective calculated doses were compared separately to evaluate: the replacement of the Monte Carlo code; the composition of the tissues and the replacement of tomographic phantoms by mathematical ones. Effective doses calculated results indicate that for external exposures by photons to introduce models based on voxels can cause a reduction of about 10% to the energies considered in this study.

  4. Peut-on réaliser une analgésie péridurale après un blood patch récent?

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    Chkoura, Khalid; Kechna, Hicham; Loutid, Jaouad; Ouzad, Omar; Hachimi, Moulay Ahmed; Hannafi, Sidi Mohamed

    2015-01-01

    Le blood patch constitue le traitement de référence du syndrome post ponction lombaire. Son efficacité a été démontrée par plusieurs essais randomisés comparant le BPE aux mesures conservatrices et au placebo. Il consiste en l'injection d'une quantité de sang autologue dans l'espace péridurale afin d'obturer la brèche dure-mérienne. La réalisation d'une analgésie péridurale après antécédent de blood patch est possible, malgré la persistance de questions sur les délais de retour à la normal de l'espace péridurale. Nous rapportons un cas où une analgésie péridurale a été réalisée avec succès trois semaines après un blood patch. PMID:26600909

  5. Recovery and radio-resistance in mice after external irradiation; Restauration et radio-resistance chez la souris apres irradiation externe

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    Le Guillou, S. [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Fontenay-aux-Roses (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1965-07-01

    The author presents a literature study concerning recovery from external irradiation and an analysis of experimental data (which appear to suggest the idea of a radio-resistance in animals), as well as the hypotheses put forward for explaining this phenomenon. The author then describes an experiment carried out on mice whose LD 50/30 days increased from 1005 to 1380 rads and for which it was shown that an increase occurs in the number of certain anti-bodies circulating after a low dose of {gamma} irradiation. (author) [French] L'auteur presente une etude bibliographique de la restauration apres irradiation externe et une analyse des donnees experimentales qui paraissent suggerer la notion de radioresistance chez les animaux ainsi que les hypotheses cherchant a expliquer ce phenomene. Il relate ensuite une experience realisee sur des souris dont la DL 50/30 jours est passee de 1005 a 1380 rads et dans laquelle est montree l'augmentation de certains anticorps circulant apres une faible dose d'irradiation gamma. (auteur)

  6. Cinétique de la troponine Ic et valeurs seuils pour le diagnostic d'infarctus du myocarde après chirurgie cardiaque sous circulation extracorporelle

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    Kallel, Samy; Jarraya, Anwar; Ellouze, Maged; Frikha, Imed; Karoui, Abbdelhamid

    2012-01-01

    Introduction L'objectif de ce travail était d’étudier la cinétique de la Troponine Ic (TnIc) après chirurgie cardiaque sous circulation extracorporelle (CEC) et établir des valeurs seuils de TnIc pour le diagnostic d'infarctus du myocarde (IDM) post opératoire. Il s'agissait d'une étude prospective type cohorte observationnelle. Méthodes Nous avons inclus 37 patients âgés de plus de 18 ans proposés pour chirurgie valvulaire ou pontage aorto coronarien sous CEC. Nous avons suivi la cinétique de TnIc par des dosages immunoenzymatique sur mini-vidas® avant et après la CEC, à H4 et H12 postopératoire puis tous les jours les 4 premiers jours. Le cutoff pour le diagnostic d'IDM post opératoire a été défini comme la valeur moyenne de troponine + deux déviations standards des patients indemnes de complications cardiaques. Résultats Les valeurs de TnIc en préopératoire étaient toutes inférieures au seuil de détection de la méthode de dosage (<0,01µg/l). Les valeurs de TnIc augmentent en postopératoire immédiat pour atteindre un maximum à H4 puis diminuent progressivement pour se normaliser après 4 à 5 jours. Les valeurs seuils ont été déterminées pour H0, H4,H12, H24, H48, H72, H96 et ont été respectivement 1.36, 2.58, 3.1, 3.23, 2.13, 1.53, 1.17 pour la chirurgie coronaire et 3.75, 5.39, 4.22, 3.41, 1.65, 1.3 1.19 pour la chirurgie valvulaire. Conclusion La connaissance de la cinétique de TnIc lors de chirurgie cardiaque non compliquée et la fixation de valeur seuil ou Cutoff permet aux cliniciens de distinguer entre dommage myocardique secondaire à la chirurgie et IDM. PMID:23396754

  7. Effets de l'exposition à un insecticide carbamate, le carbofuran, sur les performances de jeunes stades de brochet (Esox lucius L., 1758 : résultats préliminaires

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    AMBLARD G.

    1998-07-01

    Full Text Available Des lots de jeunes brochets au stade embryon libre, stabulés dans des béchers en verre, ont été exposés en conditions statiques à des solutions (0-250 µg.L-1 de carbofuran, un insecticide carbamate inhibiteur de l'activité de l'acétylcholinestérase (AchE. A partir de 10 µg.L-1, une inhibition significative de l'activité globale de l'AchE des embryons libres a été constatée. A partir de 50 µg.L-1, une diminution significative de la hauteur moyenne de fixation des embryons libres sur les parois des béchers a été observée. L'exposition au carbofuran n'a pas eu d'effet significatif sur le nombre de proies zooplanctoniques ingérées par les jeunes brochets parvenus au début de la phase larvaire ; une diminution de ce paramètre en fonction de concentrations croissantes de carbofuran a cependant été enregistrée. A 250 µg.L-1 , la résorption de la vésicule vitelline ne s'effectuant plus que très partiellement, les embryons libres exposés ne se sont pas transformés en larves. Cette étude montre que l'exposition à des concentrations sublétales de carbofuran est susceptible d'affecter le développement ontogénétique et les performances de jeunes stades de brochet. Un approfondissement de ces travaux est envisagé dans différentes directions.

  8. Compte-rendu de l'exposition " Quelques paillettes, un peu de soie…. Coiffes d'Alsace du XVIIIe et du début du XIXe siècle", Colmar, musée d'Unterlinden, 21 novembre 2009 - 28 février 2010

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    2010-01-01

    Compte-rendu en français de l'exposition " Quelques paillettes, un peu de soie…. Coiffes d'Alsace du XVIIIe et du début du XIXe siècle", Colmar, musée d'Unterlinden, 21 novembre 2009 - 28 février 2010

  9. Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion

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    CERN. Geneva. Emulsion Experiments Committee

    1964-01-01

    Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion

  10. Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion Commentaires du rapporteur sur

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    CERN. Geneva. Emulsion Experiments Committee

    1964-01-01

    Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion

  11. Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion Referee's Comments on

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    CERN. Geneva. Emulsion Experiments Committee

    1964-01-01

    Proposition pour une exposition à un faisceau de mésons $K^{-}$ de faible moment en vue de l'étude des hyperfragments et des mécanismes d'interactions de $K^{-}$ dans les noyaux légers de l'émulsion

  12. Truman, "faith-based" diplomatie et ambigüités du Plan Marshall : cas de la France de l'après-guerre

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    Autran, Jean-Marie

    2015-01-01

    La "Faith-based" diplomatie américaine et les ambiguïtés du plan Marshall : le cas de la France dans l’après-guerre. Le Président Harry S. Truman (1945-1953) affirme dès 1946 que les E.U. doivent s’armer d'une « diplomatie fondée sur la foi » pour encourager la reconstruction spirituelle d'une Europe « déchristianisée » face au communisme. Pour faire barrage au marxisme de l’Union Soviétique, il fallait commencer par la France, vue comme la pierre de voûte spirituelle. Plus que toute autre na...

  13. Cinétique de la troponine Ic et valeurs seuils pour le diagnostic d'infarctus du myocarde après chirurgie cardiaque sous circulation extracorporelle

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    Kallel, Samy; Jarraya, Anwar; Ellouze, Maged; Frikha, Imed; Karoui, Abbdelhamid

    2012-01-01

    Introduction L'objectif de ce travail était d’étudier la cinétique de la Troponine Ic (TnIc) après chirurgie cardiaque sous circulation extracorporelle (CEC) et établir des valeurs seuils de TnIc pour le diagnostic d'infarctus du myocarde (IDM) post opératoire. Il s'agissait d'une étude prospective type cohorte observationnelle. Méthodes Nous avons inclus 37 patients âgés de plus de 18 ans proposés pour chirurgie valvulaire ou pontage aorto coronarien sous CEC. Nous avons suivi la cinétique d...

  14. Development of a Prototypical Condensation Model for the Nearly Horizontal Heat Exchanger Tube of the APR+ PAFS(Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System)

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    Ahn, Tae Hwan; Yun, Byong Jo; Jeong, Jae Jun [Pusan National Univ., Busan (Korea, Republic of)

    2013-10-15

    In this study, a new condensation heat transfer model was developed for the separated flow regime in the nearly horizontal tube. A new heat transfer model which takes into account of different heat transfer mechanisms occurred in the upper and lower regions of perimeters was developed in the nearly horizontal tube. The present model shows good prediction capability against experimental data. Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System(PAFS) which is adopted in the Korean advanced nuclear power plant, APR+, removes decay heat by condensing steam from the secondary side in the nearly horizontal tubes under the accident condition. The comparison of prediction against PASCAL(2011) experimental data obtained by KAERI indicated that the best estimated safety analysis code such as MARS tends to underestimate the condensation heat transfer coefficient.

  15. Development of a Prototypical Condensation Model for the Nearly Horizontal Heat Exchanger Tube of the APR+ PAFS(Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System)

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    In this study, a new condensation heat transfer model was developed for the separated flow regime in the nearly horizontal tube. A new heat transfer model which takes into account of different heat transfer mechanisms occurred in the upper and lower regions of perimeters was developed in the nearly horizontal tube. The present model shows good prediction capability against experimental data. Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System(PAFS) which is adopted in the Korean advanced nuclear power plant, APR+, removes decay heat by condensing steam from the secondary side in the nearly horizontal tubes under the accident condition. The comparison of prediction against PASCAL(2011) experimental data obtained by KAERI indicated that the best estimated safety analysis code such as MARS tends to underestimate the condensation heat transfer coefficient

  16. La présence des Nabatéens en Italie (ier siècle av.-iie siècle apr. J.-C.)

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    Schwentzel, Christian-Georges

    2015-01-01

    La présence des Nabatéens en Italie est attestée par plusieurs documents épigraphiques ainsi que par quelques monuments découverts à Pouzzoles : des autels et des objets de culte, des sculptures. Cette présence s’est sans doute développée à la fin du iie s. av. J.-C., ou au début du ier siècle av. J.-C., avant de s’effacer, probablement au iie siècle apr. J.-C. En tout cas, les documents épigraphiques mentionnant la présence de Nabatéens en Italie sont datés des règnes de Malichos Ier (58-30 ...

  17. The LasB Elastase of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Acts in Concert with Alkaline Protease AprA To Prevent Flagellin-Mediated Immune Recognition.

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    Casilag, Fiordiligie; Lorenz, Anne; Krueger, Jonas; Klawonn, Frank; Weiss, Siegfried; Häussler, Susanne

    2016-01-01

    The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa is capable of establishing severe and persistent infections in various eukaryotic hosts. It encodes a wide array of virulence factors and employs several strategies to evade immune detection. In the present study, we screened the Harvard Medical School transposon mutant library of P. aeruginosa PA14 for bacterial factors that modulate interleukin-8 responses in A549 human airway epithelial cells. We found that in addition to the previously identified alkaline protease AprA, the elastase LasB is capable of degrading exogenous flagellin under calcium-replete conditions and prevents flagellin-mediated immune recognition. Our results indicate that the production of two proteases with anti-flagellin activity provides a failsafe mechanism for P. aeruginosa to ensure the maintenance of protease-dependent immune-modulating functions. PMID:26502908

  18. Modele de simulation de la duree d'humectation des feuilles au champ apres une pluie. Cas d'un couvert homogene

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    Huber, L.

    1988-01-01

    La présence d’eau libre à la surface des organes végétaux pendant un temps minimal est un facteur essentiel lors de la contamination de la plante-hôte par un champignon. Afin de prévoir l’occurrence de ce phénomène en terme de durée, un modèle multi-couches de transfert de masse et d’énergie est adapté au cas de la simulation de la durée d’humectation des feuilles après une pluie au sein d’un couvert végétal homogène. Le but est de spatialiser ce paramètre intéressant les phytopathologis...

  19. Facteurs prédictifs d'une intolérance au glucose après un diabète gestationnel

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    Guillermin-Spahr, Marie-Luce

    2004-01-01

    Les critères permettant de prédire la persistance d'une IG après un diabète gestationnel sont insuffisants. Nous avons analysé les caractéristiques ante- et post partum (PP) de 239 femmes avec diabète gestationnel. Les résultats de l'hyperglycémie provoquée (HGPO) 6 semaines post partum étaient: 51% normal; 15% IG; 11% diabète vrai; et 23% IG non diagnostique. Des 42 femmes diagnostiquées précocement (< 24ème semaine), 23% avaient un test normal, et 40% avaient un diabète persistant. Les fact...

  20. Facteurs prédictifs d'une intolérance au glucose après un diabète gestationnel

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    Guillermin-Spahr, Marie-Luce; Golay, Alain

    2005-01-01

    Les critères permettant de prédire la persistance d'une IG après un diabète gestationnel sont insuffisants. Nous avons analysé les caractéristiques ante- et post partum (PP) de 239 femmes avec diabète gestationnel. Les résultats de l'hyperglycémie provoquée (HGPO) 6 semaines post partum étaient: 51% normal; 15% IG; 11% diabète vrai; et 23% IG non diagnostique. Des 42 femmes diagnostiquées précocement (< 24ème semaine), 23% avaient un test normal, et 40% avaient un diabète persistant. Les fact...

  1. Best Estimate Thermal-Hydraulic System Analysis using the MARS Code for the Steam Generator Tube Rupture Accident in the APR1400

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    A postulated SGTR (Steam Generator Tube Rupture) accident of the APR1400 was analysed using the best estimate safety analysis code, MARS (Multidimensional Analysis of Reactor Safety). The SGTR accident is one of the design basis accidents, which has a unique feature of the penetration of the barrier between the reactor coolant system (RCS) and the secondary system resulting from the failure of a steam generator U-tube. The SGTR has an importance in safety due to a concern of a containment bypass of radioactive inventory. In the course of the SGTR, the radioactivity leaking from a broken steam generator Utube mixes with the shell-side water in an affected steam generator. Leak flow from ruptured U-tubes can increase a water level and a pressure of the affected steam generator. Following a reactor trip and a turbine trip, the main steam safety valves (MSSVs) can be open to mitigate an increase in the secondary system pressure. Meanwhile, the SGTR can provide a direct flow path from the primary to the secondary system resulting in the release of fission products into the atmosphere. As one of the most limiting SGTR accidents, a leak flow equivalent to a double-ended rupture of five Utubes was analysed in this study. The main objective of this study is not only to provide physical insight into the system response of the APR1400 reactor during a SGTR but also to investigate the effect of reactor trip type of the HSGL (High Steam Generator Level) trip and the LPP (Low Pressurizer Pressure) trip on the thermal-hydraulic system response

  2. Precificação de consultoria empresarial com a contribuição das estratégias de apreçamento = Entrepreneurial Counseling Pricing with Pricing Strategy Contribution

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    Nivaldo João dos Santos

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available A precificação de serviços de consultoria também pode se beneficiar dos conceitos e idéias das estratégias de apreçamento de bens de consumo de massa, especificamente na área de consultoria de gestão empresarial. Apesar deste campo ser dominado por grandes corporações multinacionais, ainda existe espaço para empresas e profissionais nacionais. Por se tratar de mercado que envolve valores de grande magnitude, imaginasse que as instituições de sucesso adotem estratégia de apreçamento. Neste trabalho, estratégias de apreçamento foram selecionadas para exame e verificação de aplicabilidade quando do estabelecimento valor pelos serviços da consultoria de gestão empresarial. O apreçamento de desnatação, apreçamento de penetração, apreçamento neutro e apreçamento baseado em valor tiveram seus conceitos sintetizados para fins de verificação. O apreçamento baseado em valor se revelou o mais propício para este tipo de produto (consultoria e o processo de comunicação é o elemento crítico para evidenciar valor, benefícios e, finalmente, justificar o preço do serviço. A sugestão de roteiro para apreçamento de serviço de consultoria empresarial é apresentada ao final, como resultado da análise das diversas estratégias de apreçamento.The pricing of counseling services may also benefit from strategy concepts and ideas ofmass consumption goods pricing, specifically within the entrepreneurial managementcounseling area. Even though this field has been taken over by big multinationalcorporations, there is still some space for national enterprisings and professionals. As itis a market that involves values of great magnitude, it is thought that successfulinstitutions adopt this pricing strategy. In this study, pricing strategies were selectedfor analysis and applicability checking by the time the price for entrepreneurialmanagement counseling service was established. The skimming pricing, penetratingpricing, neutral

  3. A Study on Scenario Selection for Evaluation of Fission Product Behavior during a Severe Accident at APR 1400 Nuclear Power Plants

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    As a part of an 'Evaluation of the State-of-the-Art on the Fission Product Behavior and Improvement of the Iodine Evaluation Model' Project, we at KINS plan to investigate source term behavior during a severe accident by MELCOR and to eventually compare it with results by RAIM which is an add-on code to MELCOR including iodine behavior model developed by KINS. Since species and amount of fission products in the containment depend on a specific accident, it is necessary to select accident scenarios for the study, especially taking account of its relative importance of occurrence or resultant effects for a specific plant. In this regard, we have reviewed U.S.NRC's Stateof- the-Art Reactor Consequence Analyses (SOARCA) and applied the SOARCA's method of scenario selection to Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) for Shin-Kori 3·4 nuclear power plants which are APR1400 type reactors. Furthermore, we have selected scenarios from the PSA results with a new criterion in the light of risk, which consists of probability and consequence of accidents of interest. In this study, we have selected scenarios for evaluation of fission product behavior during a severe accident. Applying the U.S.NRC's SOARCA method to Shin-Kori 3·4 PSA revealed that it is practically useful to set a relative criterion for scenario studies since making a definite criterion as in SOARCA requires to consider many spatiotemporal factors such as regulation policies and safety technologies. With this in mind, the relative criterion of the scenario selection has been created using release frequency and release fraction of source term in the respect of risk from APR 1400 type Shin-Kori 3·4 Level 2 PSA. The selected representing scenarios are ISLOCA, SGTR, and SBO. A preliminary analysis has been tried for a SBO sequence with more severe and simple assumptions using MELCOR. The results show early release of volatile elements in the containment

  4. A Study on Scenario Selection for Evaluation of Fission Product Behavior during a Severe Accident at APR 1400 Nuclear Power Plants

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    Yoon, E. S.; Kim, Han-Chul [Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cho, Song-Won [NSETec, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    As a part of an 'Evaluation of the State-of-the-Art on the Fission Product Behavior and Improvement of the Iodine Evaluation Model' Project, we at KINS plan to investigate source term behavior during a severe accident by MELCOR and to eventually compare it with results by RAIM which is an add-on code to MELCOR including iodine behavior model developed by KINS. Since species and amount of fission products in the containment depend on a specific accident, it is necessary to select accident scenarios for the study, especially taking account of its relative importance of occurrence or resultant effects for a specific plant. In this regard, we have reviewed U.S.NRC's Stateof- the-Art Reactor Consequence Analyses (SOARCA) and applied the SOARCA's method of scenario selection to Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) for Shin-Kori 3·4 nuclear power plants which are APR1400 type reactors. Furthermore, we have selected scenarios from the PSA results with a new criterion in the light of risk, which consists of probability and consequence of accidents of interest. In this study, we have selected scenarios for evaluation of fission product behavior during a severe accident. Applying the U.S.NRC's SOARCA method to Shin-Kori 3·4 PSA revealed that it is practically useful to set a relative criterion for scenario studies since making a definite criterion as in SOARCA requires to consider many spatiotemporal factors such as regulation policies and safety technologies. With this in mind, the relative criterion of the scenario selection has been created using release frequency and release fraction of source term in the respect of risk from APR 1400 type Shin-Kori 3·4 Level 2 PSA. The selected representing scenarios are ISLOCA, SGTR, and SBO. A preliminary analysis has been tried for a SBO sequence with more severe and simple assumptions using MELCOR. The results show early release of volatile elements in the containment.

  5. Analysis of PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) horizontal heat exchanger in APR+ and the scale-up capability of experimental loop

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    APR+ (Advanced Power Reactor Plus) is the next generation nuclear power plant in Korea. It adopts PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feedwater System) on the secondary system. It can replace the conventional active system for auxiliary feedwater injection to the steam generator, and it enables the coolant to be supplied by a passive system. It cools down the secondary system by heat transfer at a horizontal U-tube in PCCT (Passive Condensation Cooling Tank). High pressure steam flow from the steam generator is condensed in the horizontal heat exchanger. The water in PCCT is maintained at an atmospheric pressure, so that boiling heat transfer at the outside wall of heat exchanger and natural convection occur in PCCT pool. The heat exchanger and PCCT is higher than the steam generator, so condensate can be drained and injected to feedwater system without any active system. This study aims at analyzing the heat removal capacity for the design of the horizontal heat exchanger in PAFS. To design the condensation heat exchanger in PAFS, and the two-phase flow phenomena in horizontal U-tube and were investigated by MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis for Reactor Safety, a thermal hydraulic system analysis code) calculation. By benchmarking with NOKO experimental result, MARS code showed a reasonable capability to quantitatively predict the condensation in horizontal tube heat exchanger. For the design of PAFS heat exchanger in APR+, the calculation results proved to sufficiently remove the decay heat of 138 MW in total by the condensation heat transfer without any active auxiliary feedwater system during TLOFW (Total Loss of Feed Water) accident. In the analysis, the distribution of thermal equilibrium quality and local liquid fraction in the horizontal U-tube was also investigated. In order to experimentally investigate the condensation phenomena and natural convection in PAFS, a test loop with a single horizontal U-tube and PCCT is under construction at KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy

  6. Regional Culture Expression of Urban Gardens in Liuzhou Horticulture Exposition Garden%柳州园博园城市展园设计的地域文化表达研究

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    苏引江

    2012-01-01

    This article briefly introduces the situation of urban gardens in Liuzhou Horticulture Exposition Garden. Then it discusses the main characteristics, content and means of cultural expression in landscape de- sign of urban gardens. Through the surveys and observation, it shows that landscape design of urban gardens has distinctive characteristics. This article aims to provide references for cultural expression in landscape de- sign of urban gardens.%介绍了柳州园博园城市展园的情况,分析了城市展园景观设计的主要特点,探讨了城市展园文化表达的内容和方式。通过对柳州园博园主要城市展园的调研,认为其城市展园景观设计特征鲜明,为展园设计的地域文化表达提供参考。

  7. Hemorrhagic stroke after naphazoline exposition: case report Acidente vascular encefálico hemorrágico após exposição à nafazolina: relato de caso

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    2004-09-01

    Full Text Available Ten percent of all strokes are due to spontaneous cerebral hemorrhages. They are associated to drugs (licit and illicit in 9.5% of all cases in young adults. This is a case report of a 44-year-old man, without previous morbidities, who presented a sudden onset headache and arterial hypertension 24 hours after use of naphazoline as nasal decongestant. Cranial tomography showed right thalamus hemorrhage. Cerebral angiography showed no aneurisms, vascular malformations or vasculitis. No other risk factors were found during investigation in this patient and the stroke was attributed to naphazoline exposition.Dez por cento de todos os eventos vasculares encefálicos são devido às hemorragias intracerebrais espontâneas, associados a drogas (lícitas e ilícitas em 9,5% de todos os casos em adultos jovens. Relatamos o caso de um homem de 44 anos de idade, sem doenças prévias, que apresentou cefaléia súbita e hipertensão arterial 24 horas após o uso de congestionante nasal contendo nafazolina. A tomografia de crânio evidenciou hemorragia talâmica. Durante a investigação não foram encontrados outros fatores de risco e a hemorragia foi atribuída à exposição à nafazolina.

  8. Proceedings of the 20 National seminar on the rational use of energy and exposition of equipment and services. [Selected Papers]; 20. Seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria Tecnica. [Ponencias seleccionadas

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    This document contains the proceedings of the 20 national seminar on the rational use of energy and exposition of equipment and services, organized by the Asociaciacion de Tenicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), in Mexico, D.F, from the 15 to the 19 of November of 1999. This Seminar covered subjects such as: Energy saving in the power sector, power efficiency in industrial processes and practical developments, practical cases of energy saving in industry, energy saving in constructions, transport, utilization of renewable energies, and energy and the environment. [Spanish] Este documento contiene la memoria tecnica del 20 seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios, organizado por la Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), en Mexico, D.F., del 15 al 19 de noviembre de 1999. Este seminario trato de temas tales como: Ahorro de energia en el sector energetico, eficiencia energetica en procesos industriales y desarrollos practicos, casos practicos de ahorro de energia en la industria, ahorro de energia en edificaciones, transporte, aprovechamiento de energias renovables, y energia y ambiente.

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    This document contains the proceedings of the 21 national seminar on the rational use of energy and exposition of equipment and services, organized by the Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), in Mexico, D.F., from the 14 to the 16 of March of 2001. This Seminar covered subjects such as: Energy saving in the power sector, power efficiency in industrial processes and practical developments, practical cases of energy saving in industry, energy saving in constructions, transport, utilization of renewable energies and the environment. [Spanish] Este documento contiene la memoria tecnica del 21 seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios, organizado por la Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), en Mexico, D.F., del 14 al 16 de marzo de 2001. Este seminario trato de temas tales como: Ahorro de energia en el sector energetico, eficiencia energetica en procesos industriales y desarrollos practicos, casos practicos de ahorro de energia en la industria, ahorro de energia en edificaciones, transporte, aprovechamiento de energias renovables y ambiente.

  10. 19. National seminar on the rational use of energy and exposition of equipment and services. Transactions. [Selected Papers]; 19. Seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria Tecnica. [Ponencias seleccionadas

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    This document contains the technical proceedings of the 19 national seminar on the rational use of energy and exposition of equipment and services, organized by the Asociacion de Tecnicos y Pofesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE) (Association of Technicians and Professionals on Energy Application) conducted in Mexico City on September 21-25, 1998. This seminar encompassed subjects such as: energy saving in the energy sector, energy efficiency in industrial processes and practical developments, practical cases of energy saving in industry, energy saving in buildings, transportation, non-renewable energy utilization and environmental impact and eco-energies. [Espanol] Este documento contiene la memoria tecnica del 19 seminario nacional sobre el uso racional de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios, organizado por la Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), en Mexico, D.F, los dias 21-25 de septiembre de 1998. Este seminario trato de temas tales como: Ahorro de energia en el sector energetico, eficiencia energetica en procesos industriales y desarrollos practicos, casos practicos de ahorro de energia en la industria, ahorro de energia en edificaciones, transporte, aprovechamiento de energias renovables, e impacto ambiental y eco-energias.

  11. Impaired epithelial differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells from ectodermal dysplasia-related patients is rescued by the small compound APR-246/PRIMA-1MET.

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    Shalom-Feuerstein, Ruby; Serror, Laura; Aberdam, Edith; Müller, Franz-Josef; van Bokhoven, Hans; Wiman, Klas G; Zhou, Huiqing; Aberdam, Daniel; Petit, Isabelle

    2013-02-01

    Ectodermal dysplasia is a group of congenital syndromes affecting a variety of ectodermal derivatives. Among them, ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia, and cleft lip/palate (EEC) syndrome is caused by single point mutations in the p63 gene, which controls epidermal development and homeostasis. Phenotypic defects of the EEC syndrome include skin defects and limbal stem-cell deficiency. In this study, we designed a unique cellular model that recapitulated major embryonic defects related to EEC. Fibroblasts from healthy donors and EEC patients carrying two different point mutations in the DNA binding domain of p63 were reprogrammed into induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines. EEC-iPSC from both patients showed early ectodermal commitment into K18(+) cells but failed to further differentiate into K14(+) cells (epidermis/limbus) or K3/K12(+) cells (corneal epithelium). APR-246 (PRIMA-1(MET)), a small compound that restores functionality of mutant p53 in human tumor cells, could revert corneal epithelial lineage commitment and reinstate a normal p63-related signaling pathway. This study illustrates the relevance of iPSC for p63 related disorders and paves the way for future therapy of EEC. PMID:23355677

  12. Development of a New Condensation Heat Transfer Model for the Nearly Horizontal Tube of the APR+ PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System)

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    Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) has recently conducted PASCAL experiment to confirm the performance of PAFS. From the work, it is founded that the condensation heat transfer coefficient predicted by best estimated safety analysis code MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis of Reactor Safety) was underestimated compared to the experimental data. Shah correlation embedded in MARS code is the typical model using the empirical two-phase multiplier to determine condensation heat transfer coefficient for annular flow in the condensing tube. On the other hand, the PASCAL experiment indicated that a stratified-wavy flow generally tends to occur in the downward inclined tube of the condensation heat exchanger. Therefore, in order to improve the prediction capability of safety analysis codes for PAFS, the present study has proposed a new condensation heat transfer model package for the nearly horizontal tube, which determines mechanistically the local heat transfer coefficient based on the flow regimes. To enhance prediction capability of one-dimensional best estimated code MARS for the PAFS of the Korean 3.5 generation nuclear power plant APR+, a new condensation heat transfer model package has been developed. The model package consists of the one-dimensional separated model for the void fraction, a flow regime model based on wetted angle, and the condensation heat transfer correlations. The model package considers the inclination angle of the condensing tube and various flow regimes that are expected in the tube during condensation process

  13. Coseismic Dip Slip Distribution of the 1 Apr 2007 Solomon Islands Mw8.1 Earthquake from a Fully Bayesian Inversion

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    Chen, T.

    2009-12-01

    102 uplift and subsidence measurements over the southeastern end of the rupture zone from two field surveys shortly after 1 Apr 2007 Solomon Islands Earthquake provide a unique geodetic constraint in the following inversion of distributed slip. In the conventional inversion of geodetic data for spatial distribution of fault slip the solution is maintained by minimizing the second-order spatial derivative of slip and the smoothing parameter is often selected subjectively at the bend of the trade-off curve of misfit as a function of slip roughness. A fully Bayesian slip inversion method[Fukuda et al.,2008] is used to overcome the deficiency of selecting the smoothing parameter subjectively. The smoothing parameter is estimated with the distributed slip at the same time under a unified theoretical Bayesian framework. The joint posterior probability density function of distributed slip and smoothing parameter is formulated using Bayes’ theorem and sampled with Markov chain Monte Carlo method. I will apply this method to coseismic slip distribution associated with the 2007 Mw8.1 Solomon Islands earthquake and compare the results of this method with conventional method and the coseismic finite fault model of Furlong et al.[2009].

  14. Numerical Analysis of In-Vessel Retention using MARS-Ga for APR1400 under the Ga-based External Reactor Vessel Cooling

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    To stabilize and terminate the severe accident through enhancing the coolability of the degraded core, this paper introduces an approach to avoid heat removal limit by replacing flooding material from the borated water to the liquid metal, gallium. The attractive properties such as the low melting point, high boiling point, and no reaction with water ensure that gallium can play an important role in nuclear safety as an alternative coolant in the gap between the vessel and the vessel insulation. The properties of liquid gallium compared to other materials are indicated. For the investigation on the effect of gallium for IVR-ERVCS, numerical simulation for severe accident in APR 1400 using MARS-LMR was performed. In this study, the numerical analysis of gallium-based IVR-ERVCS using MARS-LMR was performed. The range of temperature distribution in this system was considered as an important factor and then the possibility of ERVC using liquid gallium was confirmed. In addition, It will perform the sensitivity studies for the heat transfer area between liquid gallium and borated water to design the optimum ERVC using liquid gallium

  15. Development of a New Condensation Heat Transfer Model for the Nearly Horizontal Tube of the APR+ PAFS (Passive Auxiliary Feed-water System)

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    Ahn, Taehwan; Jeong, Jaejun; Yun, Byongjo [Pusan National Univ., Busan (Korea, Republic of); Kang, Kyongho; Park, Yusun [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Cheon, Jong [KHNP Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2014-05-15

    Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) has recently conducted PASCAL experiment to confirm the performance of PAFS. From the work, it is founded that the condensation heat transfer coefficient predicted by best estimated safety analysis code MARS (Multi-dimensional Analysis of Reactor Safety) was underestimated compared to the experimental data. Shah correlation embedded in MARS code is the typical model using the empirical two-phase multiplier to determine condensation heat transfer coefficient for annular flow in the condensing tube. On the other hand, the PASCAL experiment indicated that a stratified-wavy flow generally tends to occur in the downward inclined tube of the condensation heat exchanger. Therefore, in order to improve the prediction capability of safety analysis codes for PAFS, the present study has proposed a new condensation heat transfer model package for the nearly horizontal tube, which determines mechanistically the local heat transfer coefficient based on the flow regimes. To enhance prediction capability of one-dimensional best estimated code MARS for the PAFS of the Korean 3.5 generation nuclear power plant APR+, a new condensation heat transfer model package has been developed. The model package consists of the one-dimensional separated model for the void fraction, a flow regime model based on wetted angle, and the condensation heat transfer correlations. The model package considers the inclination angle of the condensing tube and various flow regimes that are expected in the tube during condensation process.

  16. Numerical Study on the Effect of Reactor Internal Structure Geometry Treatment Method on the Prediction Accuracy for Scale-down APR+ Flow Distribution

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    Internal structures, especially those located in the upstream of a reactor core, may have a significant influence on the core inlet flow rate distribution depending on both their shapes and the relative distance between the internal structures and the core inlet. In this study, to examine the effect of the reactor internal structure geometry treatment method on the prediction accuracy for the scale-down APR+ flow distribution, simulations with real geometry modeling were conducted using ANSYS CFX R.14, a commercial computational fluid dynamics software, and the predicted results were compared with those of the porous medium assumption. It was concluded that the core inlet flow distribution could be predicted more accurately by considering the real geometry of the internal structures located in the upstream of the core inlet. Therefore, if sufficient computational resources are available, an exact representation of these internal structures, for example, lower support structure bottom plate and ICI nozzle support plate, is needed for the accurate simulation of the reactor internal flow

  17. Observations of TeV gamma-rays from Mrk 421 during Dec. 2005 to Apr. 2006 with the TACTIC telescope

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    Yadav, K K; Tickoo, A K; Rannot, R C; Godambe, S; Koul, M K; Dhar, V K; Thoudam, S; Bhatt, N; Bhattacharya, S; Chanchalani, K; Goyal, H C; Kaul, R K; Kothari, M; Kotwal, S; Koul, R; Sahayanathan, S; Sharma, M; Venugopal, K

    2007-01-01

    The TACTIC $\\gamma$-ray telescope has observed Mrk 421 on 66 clear nights from Dec. 07, 2005 to Apr. 30, 2006, totalling $\\sim$ 202 hours of on-source observations. Here, we report the detection of flaring activity from the source at $\\geq$ 1 TeV energy and the time-averaged differential $\\gamma$-ray spectrum in the energy range 1-11 TeV for the data taken between Dec. 27, 2005 to Feb. 07, 2006 when the source was in a relatively higher state as compared to the rest of the observation period. Analysis of this data spell, comprising about $\\sim$97h reveals the presence of a $\\sim 12.0 \\sigma$ $\\gamma$-ray signal with daily flux of $>$ 1 Crab unit on several days. A pure power law spectrum with exponent $-3.11\\pm0.11$ as well as a power law spectrum with an exponential cutoff $(\\Gamma = -2.51\\pm0.26$ and $E_0=(4.7\\pm2.1) TeV)$ are found to provide reasonable fits to the inferred differential spectrum within statistical uncertainties. We believe that the TeV light curve presented here, for nearly 5 months of ext...

  18. Les westerns de John Ford : Du libéralisme d’avant-guerre au conservatisme d’après-guerre

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    Full Text Available L’article propose un moyen de mesurer l’influence sur les cinéastes du milieu dans lequel ils vivent. Sont examinés trois ensembles de westerns de John Ford (réalisés avant guerre, dans l’immédiat après guerre et dans la décennie 1955-1965. Chaque groupe est lié à une situation particulière de l’institution hollywoodienne et de la communauté des cinéastes. L’étude de la mise en scène de scènes récurrentes dans tous ces films révèle des différences pertinentes. Celles-ci peuvent être comprises comme des réactions à l’actualité sociale et politique de Hollywood. The article proposes a way to measure the influence on filmmakers of the environment in which they live. Three wholes of westerns, produced during the pre-war, during the immediate post war and during the decade 1955-1965, are reviewed. Each group is linked to a particular situation of the Hollywood industry. The study of the mise en scene of recurrent scenes in these films reveals relevant differences. These can be understood as reactions to the social and political state of the Hollywood industry.

  19. A study on Requirements of Data Base Translator for APR1400 Computerized Procedure System at Shin-Hanul unit 1 and 2

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    The CPS is one of the Man Machine Interface (MMI) resources and the CPS can directly display plant graphic objects which are in the Digital Control System (DCS). And the CPS can send a request to DCS to provide DCS screen which is called step support display through DCS link button on a computerized procedure. The procedure writers can insert DCS graphic information to computerized procedure through data base which is provided by CPS Editing System (CPSES). The data base which is provided by CPSES conforms to the naming rule of DCS graphic objects. The naming rule of DCS graphic objects is defined by vendor thus status of DCS graphic objects which are in computerized procedure at Shin-Kori plant cannot be displayed on CPS at Shin-Hanul plant. To use computerized procedure which is written by other plant procedure writer, DCS graphic objects shall be translated by its plant data base. This paper introduces requirements of data base translator to reduce translation and re-inserting graphic objects burden. This paper introduces the requirements of data base translator of CPSES for APR1400 CPS at Shin-Hanul unit 1 and 2. The translator algorithms shall be tested to update data base of CPSES effectively. The prototype of translator is implemented and is being tested using real plant DB. This translator can be applied to Shin- Hanul unit1 and 2 through software V and V

  20. Anti-leukaemic effects induced by APR-246 are dependent on induction of oxidative stress and the NFE2L2/HMOX1 axis that can be targeted by PI3K and mTOR inhibitors in acute myeloid leukaemia cells.

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    Ali, Dina; Mohammad, Dara K; Mujahed, Huthayfa; Jonson-Videsäter, Kerstin; Nore, Beston; Paul, Christer; Lehmann, Sören

    2016-07-01

    The small molecule APR-246 (PRIMA-1(MET) ) is a novel drug that restores the activity of mutated and unfolded TP53 protein. However, the mechanisms of action and potential off-target effects are not fully understood. Gene expression profiling in TP53 mutant KMB3 acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) cells showed that genes which protected cells from oxidative stress to be the most up-regulated. APR-246 exposure also induced reactive oxygen species (ROS) formation and depleted glutathione in AML cells. The genes most up-regulated by APR-246, confirmed by quantitative real time polymerase chain reaction, were heme oxygenase-1 (HMOX1, also termed HO-1), SLC7A11 and RIT1. Up-regulation of HMOX1, a key regulator of cellular response to ROS, was independent of TP53 mutational status. NFE2L2 (also termed Nrf2), a master regulator of HMOX1 expression, showed transcriptional up-regulation and nuclear translocation by APR-246. Down-regulation of NFE2L2 by siRNA in AML cells significantly increased the antitumoural effects of APR-246. The PI3K inhibitor wortmannin and the mTOR inhibitor rapamycin inhibited APR-246-induced nuclear translocation of NFE2L2 and counteracted the protective cellular responses to APR-246, resulting in synergistic cell killing together with APR-246. In conclusion, ROS induction is important for antileukaemic activities of APR-246 and inhibiting the protective response of the Nrf-2/HMOX1 axis using PI3K inhibitors, enhances the antileukaemic effects. PMID:26991755

  1. 國小中高年級國語文教材事理類說明文學習內涵之探究Exploration of Reasoning Exposition-Oriented Content in Chinese Teaching Material for the 3rd to 6th Graders

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    陳佳宜Chia-Yi Chen

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    Full Text Available 本研究以國小中、高年級國語文之說明文教材為研究文本,歸納探討當中之事理類說明文的教材類型及分布現況,接著以「事理類說明文教材檢視表」,針對國語課本、教師手冊及習作,檢視後進行分析,以瞭解現行三家版本事理類說明文教材,作為未來編撰修改之基礎。研究發現,說明文題材大致符合學生的生活經驗,但文體分類與界定不夠明確、教材選編比例偏低、不同類型說明文教材分布差異大,而事理類說明文教材編寫缺乏層次性、寫作及文體特徵相關題型未能完整規劃,導致教學重點容易被忽略。最後,根據研究結果引申出針對教材、教學及未來研究的建議,以充實事理類說明文教材內容。 This study is based on the teaching materials of exposition in Mandarin textbook of three versions as the basis of study. First, generalize and treat the teaching materials and distribution of the reasoning exposition in Mandarin textbooks in grade 3-6 curriculum. Then accumulate the opinions of elementary school teachers by “checklist of the reasoning exposition” to inspect the materials, teacher’s manuals and workbooks. After that, analyze the content of the reasoning exposition of three versions and give advice to further editions. From the study, it is found that the subject arrangement of the exposition accords with the experience of the pupils approximately, the discrimination in the literary form is not explicit enough, the proportion of the exposition in the textbooks is low, the distribution and proportion of different type of expositions in three versions differs from each other very much, the composition of content is lack of the arrangement of ideas, the exercises of writing and expository feature are not well integrated. Therefore, based upon the findings of this study, the main point of the reasoning exposition is usually neglected

  2. L'aprenentatge de l'anglès a través de l'educació física : el programa 'Mou-te i aprèn'. English language acdquisition through Physical Education: the 'Mou-te i aprèn' programme.

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    Coral, Josep

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    L’objecte d’estudi d’aquest article és la relació entre l’educació física i l’aprenentatge de la llengua anglesa, per mitjà de l’enfocament educatiu AICLE (CLIL, en anglès), concretat en el programa Mou-te i aprèn. Pel que fa a l’educació física es fonamenta en la metodologia d’instrucció directa: global pura, anàlisi progressiu i anàlisi seqüencial, complementada amb estratègies d’aprenentatge cooperatiu. L’educació física és una forma diferent i excel·lent d’aprendre la llengua. La combinac...

  3. Récupération après reconstruction du ligament croisé antérieur et prévention des ruptures : étude biomécanique d'un mouvement pluri-articulaire

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    2014-01-01

    La reconstruction chirurgicale est le traitement préconisé après rupture du Ligament Croisé Antérieur (LCA) chez les patients sportifs. Cette opération est suivie d'une longue période de rééducation et les résultats en termes de reprise du sport et de récidive ne sont pas totalement satisfaisants. Ainsi ce travail s'articule autour de deux objectifs : l'amélioration de la récupération après lésion du LCA et la prévention des primo-ruptures. Dans un premier temps, nous avons évalué les altérat...

  4. L'Arabie du Sud et la mer du IIIème siècle av. au VIème siècle apr. J.‑C.

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    Schiettecatte, Jérémie

    2012-01-01

    Etude de l'évolution du commerce maritime en Arabie du Sud du 3e siècle avant au 6e siècle après et de l'évolution des ports et du tracé des voies de navigation en fonction du contexte politique plus large (évolution de l'empire romain, de la Perse sassanide).

  5. Phylogenetic Diversity and Spatial Distribution of the Microbial Community Associated with the Caribbean Deep-water Sponge Polymastia cf. corticata by 16S rRNA, aprA, and amoA Gene Analysis

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    Meyer, Birte; Kuever, Jan

    2008-01-01

    Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE)-based analyses of 16S rRNA, aprA, and amoA genes demonstrated that a phylogenetically diverse and complex microbial community was associated with the Caribbean deep-water sponge Polymastia cf. corticata Ridley and Dendy, 1887. From the 38 archaeal and bacterial 16S rRNA phylotypes identified, 53% branched into the sponge-specific, monophyletic sequence clusters determined by previous studies (considering predominantly shallow-water sponge species...

  6. "Mēness aptiekas" farmaceitiskās aprūpes pakalpojumu kvalitātes izvērtējums un pilnveides iespējas

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    Maģistra darbā „Mēness aptiekas” farmaceitiskās aprūpes pakalpojumu kvalitātes izvērtējums un pilnveides iespējas” autore, balstoties uz pakalpojumu kvalitātes novērtēšanas teorētiskajiem modeļiem, izvērtējusi „Mēness aptiekas” tīkla Jūrmalas aptieku sniegto pakalpojumu kvalitātes dažādas dimensijas. Mūsdienu apstākļos farmaceitiskā aprūpe ir kļuvusi par būtisku primārās veselības aprūpes sastāvdaļu, tādēļ šo pakalpojumu pieejamībai un kvalitātei tiek pievērsta aizvien lielāka uzmanība gan ...

  7. Análise do efeito não linear do patrimônio líquido no apreçamento de fundos de investimento em ações

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    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo faz uso do Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM, em sua versão canônica e com extensões não lineares, visando a apreçar um painel de 75 fundos de investimento em ações no Brasil, ao longo dos últimos 11 anos. O resultado sugere que a versão linear desse arcabouço não seja capaz de apreçar ou de prever retornos reais de fundos que possuam elevados patrimônio líquido (PL e outperformance, em relação ao índice da Bolsa de Valores de São Paulo (Ibovespa, corroborando evidências anteriores. A versão não linear com thresholds baseados no PL parece lidar melhor com a questão de alfas de Jensen significativos, apesar de ser estatisticamente indicada apenas para poucos fundos com elevado PL, mas baixa outperformance. Essa é uma evidência de que, apesar de o tamanho influenciar na gestão e, possivelmente, na performance de um fundo, a modelagem de apreçamento desse efeito deve ser feita linearmente.

  8. Coadministration of Hedera helix L. Extract Enabled Mice to Overcome Insufficient Protection against Influenza A/PR/8 Virus Infection under Suboptimal Treatment with Oseltamivir.

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    Hong, Eun-Hye; Song, Jae-Hyoung; Shim, Aeri; Lee, Bo-Ra; Kwon, Bo-Eun; Song, Hyuk-Hwan; Kim, Yeon-Jeong; Chang, Sun-Young; Jeong, Hyeon Gun; Kim, Jong Geal; Seo, Sang-Uk; Kim, HyunPyo; Kwon, YongSoo; Ko, Hyun-Jeong

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    Several anti-influenza drugs that reduce disease manifestation exist, and although these drugs provide clinical benefits in infected patients, their efficacy is limited by the emergence of drug-resistant influenza viruses. In the current study, we assessed the therapeutic strategy of enhancing the antiviral efficacy of an existing neuraminidase inhibitor, oseltamivir, by coadministering with the leaf extract from Hedera helix L, commonly known as ivy. Ivy extract has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, and antihelminthic properties. In the present study, we investigated its potential antiviral properties against influenza A/PR/8 (PR8) virus in a mouse model with suboptimal oseltamivir that mimics a poor clinical response to antiviral drug treatment. Suboptimal oseltamivir resulted in insufficient protection against PR8 infection. Oral administration of ivy extract with suboptimal oseltamivir increased the antiviral activity of oseltamivir. Ivy extract and its compounds, particularly hedrasaponin F, significantly reduced the cytopathic effect in PR8-infected A549 cells in the presence of oseltamivir. Compared with oseltamivir treatment alone, coadministration of the fraction of ivy extract that contained the highest proportion of hedrasaponin F with oseltamivir decreased pulmonary inflammation in PR8-infected mice. Inflammatory cytokines and chemokines, including tumor necrosis factor-alpha and chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 2, were reduced by treatment with oseltamivir and the fraction of ivy extract. Analysis of inflammatory cell infiltration in the bronchial alveolar of PR8-infected mice revealed that CD11b+Ly6G+ and CD11b+Ly6Cint cells were recruited after virus infection; coadministration of the ivy extract fraction with oseltamivir reduced infiltration of these inflammatory cells. In a model of suboptimal oseltamivir treatment, coadministration of ivy extract fraction that includes hedrasaponin F increased protection against PR8 infection that could be

  9. Coadministration of Hedera helix L. Extract Enabled Mice to Overcome Insufficient Protection against Influenza A/PR/8 Virus Infection under Suboptimal Treatment with Oseltamivir.

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    Full Text Available Several anti-influenza drugs that reduce disease manifestation exist, and although these drugs provide clinical benefits in infected patients, their efficacy is limited by the emergence of drug-resistant influenza viruses. In the current study, we assessed the therapeutic strategy of enhancing the antiviral efficacy of an existing neuraminidase inhibitor, oseltamivir, by coadministering with the leaf extract from Hedera helix L, commonly known as ivy. Ivy extract has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, and antihelminthic properties. In the present study, we investigated its potential antiviral properties against influenza A/PR/8 (PR8 virus in a mouse model with suboptimal oseltamivir that mimics a poor clinical response to antiviral drug treatment. Suboptimal oseltamivir resulted in insufficient protection against PR8 infection. Oral administration of ivy extract with suboptimal oseltamivir increased the antiviral activity of oseltamivir. Ivy extract and its compounds, particularly hedrasaponin F, significantly reduced the cytopathic effect in PR8-infected A549 cells in the presence of oseltamivir. Compared with oseltamivir treatment alone, coadministration of the fraction of ivy extract that contained the highest proportion of hedrasaponin F with oseltamivir decreased pulmonary inflammation in PR8-infected mice. Inflammatory cytokines and chemokines, including tumor necrosis factor-alpha and chemokine (C-C motif ligand 2, were reduced by treatment with oseltamivir and the fraction of ivy extract. Analysis of inflammatory cell infiltration in the bronchial alveolar of PR8-infected mice revealed that CD11b+Ly6G+ and CD11b+Ly6Cint cells were recruited after virus infection; coadministration of the ivy extract fraction with oseltamivir reduced infiltration of these inflammatory cells. In a model of suboptimal oseltamivir treatment, coadministration of ivy extract fraction that includes hedrasaponin F increased protection against PR8

  10. Inhibitory effect of cinnamaldehyde, derived from Cinnamomi cortex, on the growth of influenza A/PR/8 virus in vitro and in vivo.

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    Hayashi, K; Imanishi, N; Kashiwayama, Y; Kawano, A; Terasawa, K; Shimada, Y; Ochiai, H

    2007-04-01

    We have investigated the inhibitory effect of trans-cinnamaldehyde (CA), one of the principal constituents of essential oil derived from Cinnamomi cortex, on the growth of influenza A/PR/8 virus in vitro and in vivo. When 1-h drug treatment was initiated at various times post-infection (p.i.) in Madin-Darby canine kidney cells using a fixed dose of CA (40 microM), the maximum inhibitory effect (29.7% virus yield of control) was obtained when drug treatment was started at 3h p.i. Under the same treatment schedule, CA inhibited the virus growth in a dose-dependent manner (20-200 microM), and, at 200 microM, the virus yield was reduced to an undetectable level. RT-PCR and SDS-PAGE analyses showed that CA inhibited viral protein synthesis at the post-transcriptional level. In mice infected with the lung-adapted PR-8 virus, inhalation (50mg/cage/day) and nasal inoculation (250 microg/mouse/day) of CA significantly increased survival rates on the 8 days to 100% and 70%, respectively, in contrast to a survival rate of 20% in the untreated control group. Importantly, inhalation of CA caused virus yield reduction by 1 log in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid on day 6 after infection, compared with that of the untreated control group. These findings might provide further support to the empirical indication of Cinnamomi cortex-containing Kampo medicines for acute respiratory infectious diseases. PMID:17303260

  11. ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO ENTRE ENSAYOS DE EXPOSICIÓN NATURAL Y ENVEJECIMIENTO ACELERADO DE FILMS DE POLIETILENOS PARA INVERNADEROS Comparative study between natural exposition trial and accelerated ageing of polyethylene films for greenhouses

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    Susana Orden

    2000-07-01

    laboratory, with the procedures of the American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM. It was measured the transmitted light and widespread light (haze percentage in the photosynthetically active zone (400 - 700 nm with a LI-190SA sensor. The mechanical properties, elongation and tension to the maximum load, were measured with the INSTROM machine, model 1125. The samples were exposed outdoors in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during two years, and were withdrawn every six months. It was considered the criterion that a plastic material is aged, and therefore it is not suitable for use, when the held value of a characteristic property is 50 % or less than the initial values. It was determined the correlation factor between the natural and the accelerated exposition trial. It was studied the evolution of properties in terms of the accumulated solar radiation. The optical properties were not significantly modified during the exposition, so it was concluded that the evolution of the mechanical properties was more representative in the aging process.

  12. The analysis of landscape design and cultural expression of urban gardens in the Greening Exposition of Zhengzhou city%郑州绿博会城市展园景观设计与文化表达

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    姜涛; 杜莹; 杨芳绒

    2012-01-01

    介绍了郑州绿博会与城市展园的情况,分析了城市展园景观设计的主要特点,探讨了城市展园文化表达的内容和方式.通过对郑州绿博会主要城市展园的调研,认为其城市展园景观设计特征鲜明,内容丰富.在深入挖掘城市文化的基础上运用现代设计理念和手法,借助丰富的景观设计语言和多种文化表达方式来传递城市信息,塑造城市特色,创造具有鲜明地域特征和文化内涵的城市展园.%This paper briefly introduces the situation of Greening Exposition of Zhengzhou and its urban gardens. Then this article analyses the main characters of landscape design of urban gardens and talks about the content and means of cultural expression in urban gardens landscape design. Through the surveys and observation, we can know that landscape design of urban gardens has distinctive characteristics and rich content. Based on the uncovering of city culture and applying of concept and technique of modem landscape design, urban gardens which have regional characteristic and culture connotation are created by means of rich design language and a variety of cultural expression which can express city information and shape city characteristics.

  13. Study on the Important Expositions of Mao Zedong on the Party’s Absolute Leadership Over the Army%毛泽东关于党对军队绝对领导的重要论述辩析

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    袁新涛

    2015-01-01

    毛泽东在领导中国人民进行伟大的无产阶级革命斗争实践中,始终高度重视党对军队的绝对领导问题,并作出一系列重要论述。毛泽东认为,坚持党对军队的绝对领导是人民军队建设的根本原则,坚持党对军队的绝对领导必须贯彻和实施政治领导、思想领导和组织领导,必须贯彻和执行独立领导、全面领导和统一领导,必须建立和完善党委制、政治委员制、政治机关制等一系列根本制度,必须执行严格的纪律和锤炼优良的作风。%Mao Zedong in the practice of leading Chinese people to carry out the great proletarian revolutionary struggle, always attaches great importance to the party's absolute leadership over the army, and makes a series of important expositions. To adhere to the Party's absolute leadership over the army is the fundamental principle of the people's army construction,and we must carry out and im-plement political leadership, thought leadership and organizational leadership, implement and execute independent leadership, overall leadership and unified leadership, establish and perfect a series of fundamental system of party committee, political commissar, politi-cal authority and so on, enforce strict discipline and train excellent style of work.

  14. Contrastive Graduation Studies in Recount and Exposition

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    Simon Borg

    2010-01-01

    @@ 1 Introduction In this talk I provide a contemporary overview of the field of language teacher education (LTE). Following brief comments on the global and varied scope of LTE and its relatively recent history as a field of inquiry, I examine in turn a number of central themes highlighted in current LTE literature.

  15. A Matter of Exposition: Examination and Education

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    Schröder, Sabrina; Thompson, Christiane

    2015-01-01

    While current literature on examination and testing mostly engages with the objectivity of exams and their procedural logic, this article is concerned with the 'ethical dimension' of examination: Examinations provoke a particular relation to oneself, possibly self-transformation. The praxis of examination entails self-confrontation in the light of…

  16. Accidental exposition with xray diffraction equipment

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    The plug fault Xray diffraction equipment promoted searcher irradiation.The film dosemeter who he carried was over exposed (D.O.>4.5). The reconstruction of the accident for value the operator dose received and future effects of him. The troubled received the following dose: 350-700 rad in 1 to 2 minutes in thorax and probably face level,this one measured with X ray chamber as low energy. The involved tissue were: skin, thyroids and crystalline of the eye. As conclusion a partial dose received for the worker had not threshold value for produce deterministic effects

  17. Une nouvelle exposition permanente au CERN

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    1997-01-01

    The work of CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, is to understand how matter behaves. What are the ultimate constituents of the Universe? Where do they come from? How do they all hold together? These exciting questions have been asked by each successive civilisation and it is the responsibility of scientists to communicate clearly the research which is carried out to further our understanding. CERN takes this responsibility seriously and in 1990 opened Microcosm, a permanent exhibition on the CERN site, to explain to the general public CERN's research and to communicate the excitement of science.

  18. The environmental exposures; Les expositions environnementales

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    Billon, S.; Morin, A.; Caer, S. [CEA Fontenay aux Roses, Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire IRSN, DPHD/SEGR, 92 (France)] [and others

    2003-07-01

    Seven articles constitute this chapter about environment. Natural radioactivity, table water analysis, cosmic radiation on board a plane, evaluation of radiation doses in the case of tritium releases, knowledge got from the radioecology group of North Cotentin are the different subject studied in this file. (N.C.)

  19. Exposition sur la Fusion au CERN

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    1993-01-01

    The fifth in a series of exhibitions at CERN presenting European research activities will be open to the public from 23 July to 11 September. CERN has invited the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) to present an overview of present research and technical developments in the field of thermonuclear fusion in Europe and elsewhere in the world.

  20. Première expérience de l'utilisation du Misoprostol comme soin après avortement (SAA) à Libreville, Gabon

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    Mayi-Tsonga, Sosthène; Minkobame, Ulysse; Mbila, Arielle; Assoumou, Pamphile; Diop, Ayisha; Winikoff, Beverly

    2014-01-01

    Introduction Une étude a été menée afin de déterminer le taux d'acceptabilité de 400µg de misoprostol par voie sublinguale comme traitement de première intention de l'avortement incomplet et de préciser le taux d'avortement complet ou vacuité utérine. Méthodes Les femmes éligibles avaient un diagnostic clinique d'avortement incomplet avec une taille utérine inférieure à celle d'un utérus de 12 semaines d'aménorrhées (SA). Chacune a reçu 400µg de misoprostol par voie sublinguale. Les femmes ont été revues après une semaine. A J7, celles qui n'avaient pas complètement expulsé ont eu le choix entre une nouvelle consultation de suivi à J14 et la pratique d'une évacuation chirurgicale immédiate. Résultats 145 patientes ont été éligibles et ont toutes accepté la méthode (100%). L’âge moyen était de 25,9 ± 6 ans. A J7, 120 patientes étaient guéries (85,7%). A J14, le taux de réussitea été de 95,7% soit 134 patientes guéries. Les patientes guéries ont déclaré être très satisfaites (57,5%), satisfaites (41,8%) et insatisfaite (0,7%). Au total,128 femmes (95,5%) ont dit être prêtes à utiliser de nouveau le misoprostol comme méthode d’évacuation utérine en cas d'avortement incomplet. Conclusion L’étude démontre que le 400µg misoprostol par voie sublinguale nous permet de prendre en charge d'une manière adéquate l'avortement incomplet surtout dans les pays à faible ressource et notamment dans les structures sanitaires de première ligne ou éloignées. PMID:25469194

  1. Interactive and Immersive Practices; Critical Spatial Practices. The Augmented Reality of the Exhibition Space Pratiques interactives et immersives ; pratiques spatiales critiques. La réalité augmentée de l’espace d’exposition

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    Alessandra Mariani

    2012-07-01

    installation The Weather Project par Olafur Eliasson présentée au Tate Modern à Londres, le pavillon médiatique de Diller + Scofidio Blur Building à Yverdon-les-Bains en Suisse et l’exposition Sensations urbaines présentée au Centre Canadien d’Architecture à Montréal.

  2. Effects of cell differentiation on replication of A/WS/33, WSN, and A/PR/8/34 influenza viruses in mouse brain cell cultures: biological and immunological characterization of products.

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    Bradshaw, G L; Schlesinger, R W; Schwartz, C D

    1989-01-01

    The responses of mouse embryo brain (MEB) cell cultures and of Madin-Darby canine kidney cells and chicken embryo fibroblasts to infection with A/PR/8/34 (PR8), A/WS/33 (WS), or the neurovirulent WSN variant were compared in terms of (i) single-cycle yields of hemagglutinating and associated neuraminidase (NA) activities and plaque-forming particles, the latter with or without trypsin activation [PFU(TR++) or PFU(TR--), respectively], and (ii) expression of nucleoprotein (NP), M1, and NS1 pro...

  3. 冷战后法国外交政策的调整%La rénovation de la politique diplomatique en France aprés la Guerre froide

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    汪波

    2002-01-01

    Le gouvemement francais a rénové sa politique diplomatique après la guerre froide. Cette rénovation consiste à coopérer avec les Etats-Unis au sein de LOTAN, à participer d′avantage au proeessus de paix au Moyen-Orient et à exercer plus dinfluence sur lesaffaires africaines. Basée sur une reconnaissance du changement de la situation internationale, cette rénovation a pour objectif de consolider la position de la France au sein de la communauté internationale.

  4. L’exclusion des scientifiques allemands et de la langue allemande des congrès scientifiques internationaux après la Première Guerre mondiale

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    Reinbothe, Roswitha

    2013-01-01

    Après la Première Guerre mondiale les académies des sciences des pays alliés décidèrent de boycotter les scientifiques allemands et la langue allemande et fondèrent en même temps de nouvelles organisations scientifiques internationales : le Conseil international de recherches pour les sciences, qui chapeautait des unions internationales dans les disciplines les plus importantes, et l’Union académique internationale pour les sciences de l’homme. Les langues principales de ces organisations éta...

  5. Effet du numéro d'oestrus et du nombre de jours après le vêlage sur la probabilité de conception chez les vaches laitières

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    Friggens, Nic; Labouriau, Rodrigo

    été observés quotidiennement pour toutes les vaches, du vêlage jusqu'à la gestation confirmée ou jusqu'à deux cent quatre-vingt dix jours après le vêlage. Des inséminations ont été effectuées à chaque chaleur observée à partir du trente-cinquième jour post partum jusqu'à ce que la vache ait été jugée...

  6. Application de la métabolomique à l’étude du lien entre les expositions environnementales aux pesticides pendant la grossesse et le développement de l’enfant : approches épidémiologique et toxicologique

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    Bonvallot, Nathalie

    2014-01-01

    Les expositions environnementales aux pesticides chez la femme enceinte sont une préoccupation de santé publique. L’association d’analyses métabolomiques par RMN chez l’Homme et l’animal a permis de tester l’utilité de cet outil dans l’étude des mélanges complexes. Les empreintes métaboliques proviennent des urines et du sang de cordon de plus de 300 femmes de la cohorte PELAGIE (Bretagne) et des urines, sang, foie et cerveaux de rates et de leurs fœtus exposés par voie orale durant la gestat...

  7. 基于职业差异的国际大型节事活动游客感知行为分析--以西安世园会为例%An Analysis of Tourists’ Perception Behavior for Large Festival Activities Based on Professional Differences--- A Case Study of Xi’an International Horticultural Exposition

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    詹新惠; 马耀峰; 刘军胜

    2014-01-01

    Based on the questionnaire and on-the-spot interview of Xi’an International Horticultural Exposi-tion tourists ,with the aid of Kruskal-Wallis test and tourism perception evaluation model ,the paper meas-ured and evaluated the satisfaction of tourists with different professions in Xi ’an International Horticultur-al Exposition .The results showed that certain differences exist in tourists with different professions such as the tourist motives ,traveling companion ,the source of information ,revisit intention in Xi’an Interna-tional Horticultural Exposition .In the aspect of tourists’ perception ,there is a general level on overall satisfaction to the international horticultural exposition ,but there are also differences ,and homoplasy ex-ists in tourism safety and shopping .Based on this ,the article put forward some suggestions for holding large festival activities .%文章基于对西安世园会游客的问卷调查和实地访谈,借助 K个独立样本非参数检验和旅游感知评价模型,对西安世园会不同职业游客的满意度进行测算与评价。结果表明:不同职业游客在动机、同伴、信息来源、重游意愿上均存在差异;对世园会的总体感知评价为尚可,较为满意多样化的园林类型,不太满意参与性旅游项目和旅游服务;对旅游安全评价较高,对商品购物评价较低,且存在趋同性。基于此,文章针对大型节事活动的举办给出了建议。

  8. Martin (Etienne) et collaborateurs, Le goût chinois du cardinal Louis de Rohan. Les collections extrême-orientales du musée des Arts décoratifs, Catalogue de l’exposition présentée du 18 septembre 

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    Muller, Claude

    2012-01-01

    Les expositions réalisées par Etienne Martin et ses collaborateurs se suivent et se ressemblent… par leur belle qualité et leur exigence érudite, ce qui nous vaut ce beau catalogue, un de plus. Magnifique iconographie, présentation soignée, nouvelles connaissances, tout est présent. Le catalogue débute, comme il se doit, par une biographie du cardinal Louis de Rohan due à Gabrielle Feyler. Loin d’être une reprise pure et simple des travaux connus, cette étude apporte de nouveaux éléments puis...

  9. OPTIMISATION D’UN SYSTEME DE REFRIGERATION SOLAIRE A ABSORPTION A USAGE DOMESTIQUE

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    CHERIFI, Karima

    2015-01-01

    a réfrigération solaire permet d’économiser une quantité appréciable de la consommation d’énergie primaire, Cela réduit la production de dioxyde de carbone et les pics de consommation d’électricité en été, ce qui est un avantage important pour l’environnement et l’économie nationale. Une présentation détaillée de la réfrigération solaire et des différentes technologies ont été utilisées dans ce domaine. Nous avons donné aussi une comparaison détaillée dans laquelle nous avons résumé les tr...

  10. Biodiversité, conservation et menaces actuelles pesant sur les abeilles domestiques européennes

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    De La Rúa, Pilar; Jaffé, Rodolfo; Dall' Olio, Raffaele; Muñoz, Irene; Serrano, José

    2009-01-01

    International audience Europe harbours several endemic honeybee (Apis mellifera) subspecies. Yet the distribution of these subspecies is nowadays also much influenced by beekeeping activities. Large scale migratory beekeeping and trade in queens, coupled with the promiscuous mating system of honeybees, have exposed native European honeybees to increasing introgressive hybridization with managed non-native subspecies, which may lead to the loss of valuable combinations of traits shaped by n...

  11. Le froid domestiqué : l'usage du congélateur

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    Guillou, Anne; Guibert, Pascal

    2007-01-01

    L'accroissement de la production agro-alimentaire a modifié les manières de se nourrir depuis quelques décennies et, si les ruraux sont restés attachés à l'autoproduction et à l'autoconsommation, si les jardins potagers perdurent à la campagne et dans la périphérie des villes, ruraux et urbains ont vu s'accroître leurs ressources alimentaires. L'introduction d'une technologie nouvelle de conservation, le congélateur, a été l'une des causes de la diversification de la nourriture à la campagne....

  12. Localisation et navigation d’un robot humanoïde en environnement domestique

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    Wirbel, Émilie

    2014-01-01

    This thesis covers the topic of low cost humanoid robots localization and navigation in a dynamic unconstrained environment. It is the result of a collaboration between the Centre for Robotics of Mines ParisTech and Aldebaran, whose robots, NAO and Pepper, are used as experimental platforms.We will describe how to derive information on the orientation and the position of the robot, under high constraints on computing power, sensor field of view and environment genericity. The environment is r...

  13. Rendre justice ou renforcer le patriarcat ? Le genre, la loi et la violence domestique

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    Ray, Sawmya

    2014-01-01

    La Constitution indienne garantit aux femmes l’égalité civique et c’est à l’État indien de s’assurer qu’une telle garantie constitutionnelle est respectée en toute circonstance. La loi constitue l’un des outils principaux permettant à l’État de s’assurer que les femmes bénéficient d’un traitement équitable en tant que citoyennes et que toute discrimination et violence fondée sur le genre soient bannies. Les exemples prouvent cependant que la loi n’a pas fait la preuve de son efficacité pour e...

  14. Élimination des micropolluants par les stations d’épuration domestiques

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    Choubert, J.M.; Pomies, M.; Miège, C.; Martin Ruel, S.; Budzinski, H.; Wisniewski, C.; Coquery, M.

    2012-01-01

    Domestic wastewater treatment plants were not designed for micropollutants removal. They perform substantial removal of several micropollutants, mainly by sorption process onto biological sludge and by biodegradation from the liquid phase for some substances. This article presents the main recent advances on the fate of micropollutants through primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes. It also addresses research in progress for the optimization of micropollutants removal. / Les stat...

  15. Māsas rīcība pēcoperācijas brūču aprūpē ķirurģijas nodaļā

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    Spruntule, Inga

    2016-01-01

    Bakalaura darba tēma „Māsas rīcība pēcoperācijas brūču aprūpē ķirurģijas nodaļā” . Tēmas aktualitāti nosaka tas, ka ik dienu slimnīcās veic neskaitāmas operācijas un infekcija ir viena no komplikācijām pēcoperācijas periodā. Inficēšanās iemesli ir dažādi. Roku nemazgāšana ir viens no galvenajiem veidiem, kā izplatās infekcija slimnīcās. Ir aktuāli noskaidrot māsas rīcību pēcoperācijas brūču aprūpē, jo aseptikas un antiseptikas, roku mazgāšana un dezinfekcija, kā arī cimdu lietošana var mazi...

  16. Māsu izpratnes pilnveide par pacientu izglītošanu primārajā un sekundārajā veselības aprūpē

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    Fridrihsone, Baiba

    2016-01-01

    Pacientu izglītošana ir māsas pienākums, tomēr, māszinības programmās, kā arī veselības aprūpes iestādēs, pacientu izglītošana tiek veikta nepilnīgi vai netiek veikta nemaz. Problēmas risināšanai tika izvirzīts mērķis: izzināt kā pilnveidot māsu izpratni par pacientu izglītošanu primārajā un sekundārajā veselības aprūpē. Pētāmā grupa bija Latvijas Universitātes, Medicīnas fakultātes, profesionālās bakalaura studiju programmas (PBSP) “Māszinības” 4.kursa studenti, kuri pārstāvēja sešas māsu ap...

  17. L’aprenentatge de l’anglès a través de l’educació física: el programa ‘Mou-te i aprèn’ English language acquisition through physical education: the ‘Mou-te i aprèn’ programme El aprendizaje del inglés a través de la educación física: el programa ‘Mou-te i aprèn’

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    Josep Coral i Mateu

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available L’objecte d’estudi d’aquest article és la relació entre l’educació física i l’aprenentatge de la llengua anglesa, per mitjà de l’enfocament educatiu AICLE (CLIL, en anglès, concretat en el programa Mou-te i aprèn. Pel que fa a l’educació física es fonamenta en la metodologia d’instrucció directa: global pura, anàlisi progressiu i anàlisi seqüencial, complementada amb estratègies d’aprenentatge cooperatiu. L’educació física és una forma diferent i excel·lent d’aprendre la llengua. La combinació de les diferents metodologies i tècniques són molt efectives per millorar alhora el llenguatge, la motricitat i la salut. ______________________________________________ L’objet d’étude de cet article est la relation entre ’éducation physique et l’apprentissage de la langue anglaise, grâce à la perspective éducative Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL, concrétisée dans le programme Mou-te i aprèn. En ce qui concerne l’éducation physique, elle est fondée sur la méthodologie d’instruction directe, globale, pure, d’analyse progressive et d’analyse séquentielle, complétée par des stratégies d’apprentissage coopératif. L’éducation physique est une manière différente et excellente d’apprendre la langue. La combinaison des différentes méthodologies et techniques est tout à fait effective pour améliorer la langue, la motricité de même que la santéThe aim of this article is to explore the relationship between physical education and learning the English language through the CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning approach, implemented through the Mou-te i aprèn [‘Move yourself and learn’] programme. With regard to physical education it is based on the methodology of direct instruction: pure global, progressive analysis and sequential analysis, supplemented with cooperative learning strategies. Physical education is a different, effective way to learn the

  18. L’aprenentatge de l’anglès a través de l’educació física: el programa ‘Mou-te i aprèn’ English language acquisition through physical education: the ‘Mou-te i aprèn’ programme El aprendizaje del inglés a través de la educación física: el programa ‘Mou-te i aprèn’

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    Josep Coral i Mateu

    2011-01-01

    L’objecte d’estudi d’aquest article és la relació entre l’educació física i l’aprenentatge de la llengua anglesa, per mitjà de l’enfocament educatiu AICLE (CLIL, en anglès), concretat en el programa Mou-te i aprèn. Pel que fa a l’educació física es fonamenta en la metodologia d’instrucció directa: global pura, anàlisi progressiu i anàlisi seqüencial, complementada amb estratègies d’aprenentatge cooperatiu. L’educació física és una forma diferent i excel·lent d’aprendre la llengua. La combinac...

  19. Proposal of procedures to prevent errors in radiotherapy based in learned lessons of accidental expositions; Proposta de procedimentos para evitar erros em radioterapia baseados em licoes aprendidas de exposicoes acidentais

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    Bueno, Giselle Oliveira Vieira

    2007-07-01

    In order to consider some procedures to prevent errors in radiotherapy based in learned lessons of accidental expositions and in accordance with information contained in international reports elaborated by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and of the data base availability by the European group Radiation Oncology Safety Information System (ROSIS) on the events, a research of the occurred errors was performed. For the evaluation of the incidents a data base based in the ROSIS and added plus a parameter was created 'type of error'. All the stored data make possible the evaluation of the 839 incidents in terms of frequency of the type of error, the process of detention, the number of reached patients and the degree of severity. Of the 50 types of found errors, the type of error more frequently was 'incorrect treatment coordinate', confirmed with the data of literature and representing 28,96 por cent of the total of the incidents. The results showed 44,44 por cent are discovered at the moment of the treatment and that the process of verification of the fiche or clinical revision of the patient is a verification more occurred insurance and in 43,33 por cent of the searched events. The results indicated that more than 50 por cent of the incidents the severity degree are void and approximately 62 por cent a patient are affected during the accomplishment of the radiotherapy. This work showed that to analyze the data base according to methodology proposal for Klein et al.; for Reason, and Dunscombe et al. is interesting to insert more characteristic detailed in the data base such as: the number of fractions for affected patient, number of fields of treatment for fraction that was affected, shunting line of the prescribed dose and shunting line of the volume prescribed in all the registered in cadastral map events. Some causes exist that can lead the errors when patient they are submitted to the radiotherapy. Some measures can be taken so that

  20. L’abdication du Congrès après le 11 septembre : crise constitutionnelle ou politique ?

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    Maya KANDEL

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available L’effondrement des tours jumelles de Manhattan le 11 septembre 2001 a renversé le rapport existant entre législatif et exécutif américains. Alors que certains avaient pu qualifier George W. Bush après son élection de « premier président post-impérial » face à un Congrès en pleine reconquête de ses prérogatives depuis la fin de la guerre froide, l’entrée des Etats-Unis dans la « guerre contre la terreur » a vu le retour d’une présidence impériale, et réduit les parlementaires à un rôle de quasi figuration. Historiquement, l’évolution semble attendue. Les phases d’extraversion de l’Amérique ont toujours correspondu à une affirmation de la prééminence présidentielle. Plus encore, en temps de crise et dès lors que la sécurité du peuple est en jeu, la prérogative constitutionnelle qui fait du président le commandant en chef des forces armées du pays lui donne une marge de manœuvre incomparable dans l’élaboration de la politique étrangère. Il était logique que le 11 septembre garantisse à Bush la victoire sur le Congrès dans la « compétition pour le privilège de conduire la politique étrangère du pays ». Les parlementaires se sont montrés particulièrement complaisants face à l’expansion des pouvoirs de l’exécutif, qu’ils ont souvent eux-mêmes autorisée – en particulier dans les mois qui ont suivi les attaques, puis par la suite, en raison de l’utilisation habile par Bush et le parti républicain d’une « politique de la peur » particulièrement efficace. Mais l’Administration Bush est allée beaucoup plus loin que cette simple logique. Par la pratique des signing statements, « déclarations de signature » ajoutées aux lois, le Président s’est accordé le droit d’interpréter, voire de choisir ou de corriger, certaines portions de la législation votée par le Congrès. Cette pratique n’a pas été inventée par Bush mais, qualitativement comme

  1. Son Excellence Monsieur Nicolas Niemtchinow Ambassadeur Représentant permanent de la France auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève et des organisations internationales en Suisse à l'occasion de l'inauguration de l'exposition industrielle la France au CERN et de l’ouverture de l’Assemblée générale du Groupement des Français du CERN

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    Guillaume, Jeanneret

    2014-01-01

    Son Excellence Monsieur Nicolas Niemtchinow Ambassadeur Représentant permanent de la France auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies à Genève et des organisations internationales en Suisse à l'occasion de l'inauguration de l'exposition industrielle la France au CERN et de l’ouverture de l’Assemblée générale du Groupement des Français du CERN

  2. Confluences Méditerranée, n° 81, 2012/2, 236 p.Dossier : Algérie, 50 ans après

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    Mohammedi, Sidi Mohammed

    2015-01-01

    « L’Algérie fête cette année les 50 ans de son indépendance, une occasion pour revenir sur son parcours à la fois politique, économique et culturel. C’est l’objectif recherché par la revue Confluences Méditerranée à travers ce numéro consacré à « L’Algérie, 50 ans après » (p. 09). C’est ainsi qu’a ouvert Sid-Ahmed Souiah sa présentation en attirant l’attention que l’exhaustivité n’était pas recherchée pour choisir les thématiques retenues mais, plutôt, de présenter une variété de contribution...

  3. Aprèn història en anglès! Un projecte d’innovació de llengües estrangeres a l’Institut Julio Antonio de Móra d’Ebre

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    Loreto Meix-Boira

    2012-01-01

    Aprèn història en anglès! és un projecte d’innovació de llengües estrangeres creat per ensenyar història en anglès a estudiants de secundària la llengua materna dels quals no és l’anglès (CLIL, Content and Language Integrated Learning, també conegut com a AICLE, aprenentatge integrat de continguts i llengua estrangera ). El projecte consta de tres blocs que tracten aspectes polítics, socials, econòmics i culturals sobre el món antic, Egipte i Roma, i l’edat mitjana (Life in Ancient Egypt, Anc...

  4. La prévention du suicide chez l'adolescent hospitalisé après une tentative échouée: quel est le rôle infirmier ?

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    Chabanel, Fanny; Bagnoud, Perle; Roche-Meredith, Loriane; Dupuis, Patricia

    2012-01-01

    Plusieurs études menées dans des pays différents mettent en avant que le suicide des adolescents est un problème de santé publique de grande envergure. En effet, après plusieurs lectures d’articles de recherche, nous avons remarqué que dans la majorité des pays industrialisés le suicide des adolescents est une des trois premières causes de mortalité. Nous nous sommes donc questionnées à ce sujet et nous avons eu envie de connaître le rôle de l’infirmière quant à la prévention du suicide chez ...

  5. Apreçamento de opções sobre taxa de câmbio R$/US$ negociadas no Brasil: uma comparação entre os modelos Black e redes neurais artificiais

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    Leandro dos Santos Maciel

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available No estudo aqui apresentado, aplicou-se um modelo de rede neural multicamadas para o apreçamento de calls sobre taxa de câmbio R$/US$, negociadas na Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias & Futuros de São Paulo (BM&FBovespa, para o período de janeiro de 2004 a dezembro de 2007. A partir dos preços efetivamente praticados no mercado, comparou-se o desempenho entre essa técnica e o modelo de Black, utilizando-se métricas usuais de erro e testes estatísticos. Os resultados obtidos revelaram, em geral, a melhor adequação do modelo de inteligência artificial, em comparação ao modelo de Black, nos diferentes graus de moneyness.

  6. Professionnalisation à travers la socialisation internationale et les "usages de l'Europe". Le cas des organisations syndicales en Bulgarie, KNSB et KT Podkrepa, après 1989.

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    Spasova, Slavina

    2015-01-01

    Comment appréhender l’acteur syndical dans le changement des cycles historiques et « le passage, à la fin des années 80, d’une conjoncture économique à une autre, d’une forme syndicale à une autre ». (Mouriaux, René dans Launey, Michel 1990). En se passionnant par ce questionnement notre thèse de doctorat se penche sur l’étude de cas de la construction de l’acteur syndical et son rôle dans l’espace politique, économique et social en Bulgarie après 1989. Un pays qui à l’orée de l’instauration ...

  7. Caractéristiques spatiales de la couverture des buissons après différentes perturbations par le feu dans les Pyrénées

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    Montané, Francesc; Casals, Pere; Taull, Marc; Lambert, Bernard; Dale, Mark R.T.

    2009-01-01

    * Les empiètements boisés sur les prairies sont un phénomène mondial. Dans les Pyrénées, le feu a été utilisé comme un outil de gestion pour transformer une partie des empiètements boisés en prairies. * Cette étude vise à comparer les caractéristiques spatiales des couverts de buissons 4 ans après 4 différentes perturbations (feu prescrit, feu prescrit répété, feu spontané dans des buissons âgés de 20 ans et feu spontané dans buissons âgés de 5 ans), et aussi de comparer la couverture des bui...

  8. Magaly Del Vecchio-Drion, La Prise de Cordres et de Sebille, chanson de geste du xiiie siècle, édition d’après le ms. BN

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    Vecchio-Drion, Magaly Del

    2012-01-01

    La Prise de Cordres et de Sebille appartient au Cycle de Guillaume d’Orange, plus précisément, au Cycle des Narbonnais. Cet ensemble de chansons, qui se situe au moment des enfances de Guillaume, narre les exploits des frères du comte d’Orange après ce que l’on a coutume d’appeler le « département des fils Aymeri » et comprend les textes suivants : Aymeri de Narbonne, Narbonnais, Siège de Barbastre, Mort Aymeri de Narbonne. À ce noyau s’ajoutent Guibert d’Andrenas et La Prise de Cordres et de...

  9. Evaluation du matériel pour les obturations des restaurations préventives, avant et après un stress mécanique et thermal, étude in vitro

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    Chaskelis, Ivonne

    2014-01-01

    Le but de cette étude in vitro a été d’évaluer l’adaptation marginale de trois résines différentes utilisées pour le traitement des cavités minimales. 30 molaires humaines supérieures, désignées de façon randomisée, divisées en 3 groupes expérimentaux ont été soumises à des charges mécaniques et thermiques après avoir été obturées par 3 matériaux différents (groupe 1 : Optibond® FL + Optibond® FL, groupe 2 : Optibond® FL + premise® Flow, groupe 3 : Optibond® FL + Premise®). L’adaptation margi...

  10. Valutazione dell'appropriatezza dei ricoveri in un Policlinico Universitario: analisi mediante l'uso comparativo dei sistemi di classificazione isogravitá APR-DRG e Disease Staging e del PRUO

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    M. Volpe

    2003-05-01

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    Obiettivi: valutare l’appropriatezza organizzativa dei ricoveri effettuati in un Policlinico Universitario attraverso la comparazione di due metodi, dei quali uno basato sui dati della scheda di dimissione ospedaliera ed utilizza, rispettivamente, i sistemi di classificazione iso-gravità APR-DRG e Disease Staging e l’altro sulla revisione delle cartelle cliniche mediante il PRUO.

    Metodi: oggetto di analisi sono i ricoveri ordinari effettuati nell’anno 2001 ed afferenti ai DRG inclusi nella delibera della Giunta Regionale del Lazio 864/2002 che recepisce il D.P.C.M. 29/11/2001 sui livelli essenziali di assistenza.

    Risultati: i risultati evidenziano che le due varianti del
    metodo basato sulla SDO (metodo APPRO mostrano quote di ricoveri inappropriati sovrapponibili rispetto al complesso dei ricoveri oggetto di analisi, ma con differenze anche rilevanti tra APR-DRG e Disease Staging in relazione ai singoli DRG considerati, riconducibili ai diversi algoritmi di attribuzione del livello di severità utilizzati dai due sistemi. L’analisi campionaria effettuata con il metodo PRUO su casi afferenti ai DRG della DGR 864/2002 caratterizzati da livelli di severità minimi evidenzia una proporzione di ricoveri inappropriati superiore a quella determinata tramite i metodi basati sulla SDO. Tale differenza è verosimilmente dovuta al ruolo del valore delle soglie percentuali di accettabilità individuate dalla Regione Lazio per ciascun DRG: le quote di ricoveri che eccedono tali soglie sono considerate inappropriate.

    Conclusioni: sulla base dei risultati ottenuti gli autori
    descrivono gli interventi organizzativi adottati per ottimizzare il contesto di erogazione delle prestazioni
    oggetto di analisi, discutono vantaggi e limiti dei metodi SDO-based e del metodo analitico PRUObased e ne propongono l

  11. Influence de l'altitude, de l'exposition et du climat sur la croissance du pin à crochets (Pinus uncinata Ram. en Cerdagne (Pyrénées orientales françaises

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    Rolland, Christian

    1995-12-01

    Full Text Available A dendroecological study was carried out on mountain Pine (Pinus uncinata Ram. in the French Cerdagne (Pyrénées Orientales. It permits to analyze the influence of three environmental factors: the altitude, the exposure and the climate. 175 dominant trees were sampled between 1780 and 2120 meters on north and south slopes. At the same altitude, the pines on north facing slope are four meters higher than those growing on south slope. However, a detailed analysis of 12874 tree-rings demonstrates that the radial growth is faster on the south slope. On such exposure, the basal area of the hundred years old trees increases 43 % higher than on north slope. Both forests show a similar high mean sensitivity. However, slight differences appear on the climatical response. The rainfall plays a more important part on south exposure, whereas the snow reduces the growth on north slopes. Moreover, the influence of the temperatures is greater than those of the precipitations. Warm spring temperatures are more efficient in the South, while the North is more influenced by the temperatures in autumn.

    [fr] Une étude dendroécologique du Pin á crochets (Pinus uncinata Ram. réalisée en Cerdagne française (Pyrénées Orientales a permis de quantifier le rôle de trois facteurs stationnais sur sa croissance: l'altitude, l'exposition et le climat. 175 arbres dominants ont été échantillonnés entre 1780 et 2120 mètres d'altitude, sur deux versants exposés au Nord et au Sud encadrant le plateau de Cerdagne. A altitude égale, les Pins d'ubac mesurent en moyenne 4 mètres de plus. Cependant, l'analyse détaillée de 12874 largeurs de cernes prouve que la croissance radiale est plus rapide en adret, où la surface terrière a 100 ans augmente de 43 % plus vite qu'en ubac. Les forêts des deux versants présentent une sensibilité au climat manifeste et comparable. L'étude de la réponse au climat permet de nuancer ces résultats: en adret

  12. Cell cycle break and apoptosis induction for the HPV-18 positive human head and neck carcinomas lines, after exposure to 5-fluorouracils and ionizing radiations:NF-kB implication in the radiosensitivity and spontaneous apoptosis; Arrets du cycle cellulaire et induction d'apoptose pour les lignees de carcinome humain de la tete et du cou HPV-18 positives, apres exposition au 5-fluorouracile et aux radiations ionisantes: implication de NF-kB dans la radiosensibilite et l'apoptose spontanee

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    Didelot, C

    2002-04-15

    The P-53 protein holds an important contribution in the control of the cell cycle as well as the apoptosis control. But in numerous cancers the P-53 protein functionality is blocked by mutations or by its gene obliteration. The distribution of cells in the cell cycle as well as the apoptosis induction have been studied after exposure to 5-Fluorouracils (5-F.U.) or ionizing radiations. The two types of stress can induce dependent P-53 apoptosis after 5-F.U. exposure and independent P-53 apoptosis after ionizing radiation exposure. The P-53 protein is not the only one to have an important part in the cell cycle and apoptosis control, the transcription factor is important as well as the cells sensitivity to a stress such ionizing radiation. This could open new approaches of increasing the biological effects of ionizing radiations. (N.C.)

  13. Determination of the exposition rapidity in the level 49.90 of the reactor building for the decrease in the water level of the spent fuel pool; Determinacion de la rapidez de exposion en el nivel 49.90 del edificio del reactor por la disminucion en el nivel de agua de la alberca de combustible gastado

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    Mijangos D, Z. E.; Herrera H, S. F.; Cruz G, M. A.; Amador C, C., E-mail: zoedelfin@gmail.com [Comision Federal de Electricidad, Central Nucleoelectrica Laguna Verde, Subgerencia de Ingenieria, Km 44.5 Carretera Cardel-Nautla, 91476 Laguna Verde, Alto Lucero, Veracruz (Mexico)

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    The fuel assemblies storage in the nuclear power plant of Laguna Verde (NPP-L V) represents a crucial aspect, due to the generated dose by the decay heat of the present radio-nuclides in the assemblies retired of the reactor core, after their useful life. These spent assemblies are located inside the spent fuel pool (SFP), in the level 49.90 m in the Reload Floor of the Reactor building of NPP-L V. This leads to the protection at personnel applying the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) criteria, fulfilling the established dose criteria by the Regulator Body the Comision Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias (CNSNS). Considering the loss scenario of the cooling system of the SFP, in which the SFP water vaporizes, is important to know the water level in which the limit of effective dose equivalent is fulfilled for the personnel. Also, is important for the instrumentation of the SFP, for the useful life of the same instruments. In this work is obtained the exposition rapidity corresponding to different water levels of SFP in the Reload Floor of NPP-L V, to identify the minimum level of water where the limit of effective dose equivalent is fulfilled of 25 rem s to the personnel, established in the Article 48 of the General Regulation of Radiological Safety of CNSNS and the Chapter 50 Section 67 of the 10-Cfr of Nuclear Regulatory Commission in USA. The water level is also identified where the exposition rapidity is of 15 m R/hr, being the value of the set point of the area radiation monitor D21-Re-N003-1, located to 125 cm over the level 49.90 meters of the Reload Floor of NPP-L V. (Author)

  14. Tarifa e Ocupação em Hotéis: provocando o modelo de apreçamento convencional

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    Eder Paschoal Pinto

    2010-07-01

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    O objetivo central deste trabalho é discutir a relação entre tarifa e taxa de ocupação em hotéis. As teorias de segmentação de clientes, composto mercadológico e estratégia de apreçamento foram aplicadas ao estudo. Os hotéis de Santos classificados como Turístico e Luxo foram escolhidos intencionalmente. Oitenta e três por cento deles responderam ao

  15. L'acétylcholinestérase des poissons, cible des organophosphorés et des carbamates. Caractérisation du gène et des formes moléculaires de l'enzyme chez Danio rerio. Effets des anticholinestérasiques

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    Bertrand, C.; Cousin, X; Haubruge, E.; TOUTANT J. P.; Chatonnet, A

    1998-01-01

    L'acétylcholinestérase (AChE, EC 3.1.1.7) est une enzyme indispensable de la transmission synaptique cholinergique. Son inhibition par les organophosphorés et les carbamates est à la base de certains traitements insecticides et nématicides utilisés en agriculture. Les faunes sauvage (en particulier les poissons) et domestique sont exposées aux résidus des traitements anticholinestérasiques. La mesure de l'inhibition de l'activité AChE chez ces espèces est un marqueur fiable de l'exposition. C...

  16. Aprèn història en anglès! Un projecte d’innovació de llengües estrangeres a l’Institut Julio Antonio de Móra d’Ebre

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    Loreto Meix-Boira

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Aprèn història en anglès! és un projecte d’innovació de llengües estrangeres creat per ensenyar història en anglès a estudiants de secundària la llengua materna dels quals no és l’anglès (CLIL, Content and Language Integrated Learning, també conegut com a AICLE, aprenentatge integrat de continguts i llengua estrangera . El projecte consta de tres blocs que tracten aspectes polítics, socials, econòmics i culturals sobre el món antic, Egipte i Roma, i l’edat mitjana (Life in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome i Middle Ages. Amb els materials creats per a aquest projecte, els estudiants tindran l’oportunitat de treballar amb textos atractius i amb una gran varietat d’activitats durant unes 140 hores. L’alumnat prendrà contacte amb les TIC (tecnologies de la informació i la comunicació, ja que part del material es troba a la xarxa i, a més, es tracta d’un projecte interdisciplinari, en el qual es treballen les ciències socials, l’anglès i les TIC. El material és adequat per utilitzar-lo amb alumnes de 12 a 15 anys.

  17. La chronologie du royaume de Qatabân du Ier siècle avant J.-C. au Ier siècle après J.-C.

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    Mounir Arbach

    2002-04-01

    Full Text Available Les nouvelles découvertes archéologiques et épigraphiques de ces dernières années, effectuées au cours des fouilles franco-italiennes à Tamna`, l'ancienne capitale du royaume de Qatabân, permettent d'établir une nouvelle chronologie des souverains de Qatabân entre le Ier siècle avant J.-C. et le Ier siècle après J.- C.The chronology of the kingdom of Qatabân, from the 1st century BC to the 1st century AD. Archaeological and epigraphical discoveries made in recent years by the Franco-Italian excavations at Tamna`, the ancient capital of the kingdom of Qatabân, allows us to establish a new chronology for the kings of Qatabân during the 1st century BC and the 1st century AD.

  18. Les travaux de défense des châteaux delphinaux pendant la guerre de Cent Ans. Etude des réparations d'après les comptes de châtellenies au XIVe siècle

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    Nicolas, Nathalie

    2000-01-01

    International audience Cet article propose d'éclairer l'étude monumentale des châteaux delphinaux situés aujourd'hui dans le département des Hautes-Alpes d'après les réparations enregistrées par les châtelains du Dauphiné, dans leur comptabilité annuelle, en particulier au cours des années 1360 à 1400.

  19. La voie foncière et administrative en appui à la voie écologique et agricole pour une gestion décentralisée des ressources naturelles dans le programme Après-Barrages au Sénégal

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    Vincke, PP.

    1994-01-01

    Full Text Available Natural Resources Management, From The Ecological To The Land Tenure And Administrative Process : The "Apres-Barrages" Experience In Senegal. To get over the difficulty of convincing rural population to apply scientifical and technical recommandations related to nature conservation, an institutional process has been initiated in order to create a framework prompting local popular support and that could result in integrated rural space development supported by natural ressources management.

  20. Tēvu bērnības pieredze, depresijas un trauksmes simptomi perinatālajā periodā un to saistība ar viņu iesaistīšanos jaundzimušā aprūpē

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    Vedeņejeva, Veronika

    2016-01-01

    Maģistra darba pētījuma mērķis ir longitudināli izpētīt, kāda saistība pastāv starp vīrieša bērnības pieredzi un viņa iesaisti jaundzimušā bērna aprūpē, kā arī, vai topošo tēvu psiholoģiskais stāvoklis bērna perinatālajā periodā paredz viņa iesaistīšanos jaundzimušā aprūpē. Pie tam bija nozīmīgi izprast vīrieša psiholoģiskā stāvokļa dinamiku perinatālajā periodā, un vai izmaiņas psiholoģiskajā stāvoklī ir nozīmīgs faktors vīrieša iesaistei sava bērna aprūpē. Maģistra darba pētījums sastāvēja ...

  1. Emocionālās izdegšanas sindroms garīgās veselības aprūpē strādājošo māsu vidū

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    Cvetkovs, Andrejs

    2016-01-01

    Maģistra darba tēma – “Emocionālās izdegšanas sindroms garīgās veselības aprūpē strādājošo māsu vidū”. Pētījuma mērķis ir noskaidrot sakarības starp emocionālā intelekta līmeni un emocionālā izdegšanas sindroma attīstības pakāpi garīgās veselības aprūpē strādājošajām māsām. Saskaņā ar pētījuma tēmu tika izvirzīta hipotēze – pastāv sakarība starp garīgās veselības aprūpē strādājošo māsu emocionālā intelekta līmeni un emocionālās izdegšanas sindroma attīstības pakāpi. Lai sasniegtu pētījuma mē...

  2. Proceedings of the 22 National seminar on the rational an efficient use of energy and exposition of equipment and services. [Selected Papers]; 22. Seminario nacional sobre el uso racional y eficiente de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios. Memoria Tecnica. [Ponencias seleccionadas

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    This document contains the proceedings of the 22 national seminar on the rational and efficient use of energy and exposition of equipment and services, organized by the Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), in Mexico, D.F., from the 25 to the 29 of August of 2003. This Seminar covered subjects such as: Energy saving in the power sector, power efficiency in industrial processes and practical developments, practical cases of energy saving in industry, energy saving in constructions, transport, utilization of renewable energies and the environment. [Spanish] Este documento contiene la memoria tecnica del 22 seminario nacional sobre el uso racional y eficiente de la energia y exposicion de equipos y servicios, organizado por la Asociacion de Tecnicos y Profesionistas en Aplicacion Energetica (ATPAE), en Mexico, D.F., del 25 al 29 de agosto de 2003. Este seminario trato de temas tales como: Ahorro de energia en el sector energetico, eficiencia energetica en procesos industriales y desarrollos practicos, casos practicos de ahorro de energia en la industria, ahorro de energia en edificaciones, transporte, aprovechamiento de energias renovables y ambiente.

  3. Correlation of serum vascular endothelial growth factor levels with plasma,serum and P-APR in breast cancer%乳腺癌患者血管内皮生长因子水平与外周血各成分的相关性

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    罗琼; 陶霖玉

    2009-01-01

    Objective To look for a better way to assay vascular endothelial growth factor(VEGF) and explore the correlation of serum VEGF levels with platelet and leucocyte count in breast cancer by comparison of peripheral blood plasma, serum and P-APR. Methods Blood samples were obtained from 42 patients with breast cancer and 20 healthy volunteers. Serum, plasma and P-APR samples were analyzed for VEGF using a commercially available sandwich ELISA, and assayed for semiquantitative measurement using microplatereader. At the same time, samples were analyzed by hematology analyzer. Results The level of VEGF in peripheral blood positively correlated to platelet (health control group: r=0.424, P=0.063) and leucocyte (health control group: r=0.443, P=0.050). The difference in VEGF values of P-APR between the localized breast cancer group and the health control group was statistically significant. Conclusion The level of VEGF in peripheral blood positively correlates to platelet and leucocyte. Platelet and leucocyte possibly secrete VEGF in vitro. Compared with serum and plasma, P-APR is the best section assaying VEGF in peripheral blood.%目的 寻求血管内皮生长因子(VEGF)的最佳检测方法并探讨VEGF水平与血小板、白细胞数量之间的关系.方法 采集42例乳腺癌患者(乳腺癌组)及20例健康志愿者(对照组)外周静脉血,用VEGF单克隆抗体ELISA法分别测定血清、血浆、P-APR VEGF水平,经酶标仪半定量,同时血细胞分析仪计数血小板、白细胞数量.结果 血清VEGF水平与血小板数量呈正相关(r=0.424,P=0.063),血清VEGF水平与白细胞数量呈正相关(r=0.443,P=0.050).P-APR中的VEGF含量在局限性乳腺癌组与对照组间的差异有统计学意义(P=0.007).结论 外周血VEGF水平与血小板、白细胞呈线性相关,血小板、白细胞在外周血中可分泌VEGF;相对血清、血浆,P-APR是外周血中VEGF检测的最佳成分.

  4. Monthly results of measurements: Apr 1997

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    This report of the OPRI (Office of Protection against Ionizing Radiations) exposes the principal results concerning the routine monitoring of environmental radioactivity in France: atmospheric dusts, rainwater, surface water, underground water, sewage water, drinking water, food chain (milk, vegetables, fishes), sea water around nuclear sites and other sites. The activities of various radioisotopes are presented in tables

  5. Le CFEY et après…

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    2000-09-01

    Full Text Available La livraison des Chroniques Yéménites 2000 s'inscrit dans le droit fil de l'initiative heureuse prise en 1993 par Frank Mermier, tout en prolongeant un effort entrepris dans la livraison précédente : allégées des comptes rendus de recherche cantonnés désormais au rapport scientifique du Centre et à son site Internet, les Chroniques entendent plus que jamais présenter un vaste panorama de la recherche sur le Yémen ou de la production intellectuelle de ce pays. La revue est désormais dotée d'un...

  6. PACITA: volta no. 06 (Apr. 2014)

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    volta – Science, Technology and Society in Europe; No. 06 – April 2014PACITA (Parliaments and civil society in Technology Assessment) has been a four-year EU financed project under FP7 aimed at increasing the capacity and enhancing the institutional foundation for knowledge-based policy-making on issues involving science, technology and innovation, mainly based upon the diversity of practices in Parliamentary Technology Assessment (PTA). The key practices in focus have been interactive in the...

  7. PACITA: volta no. 08 (Apr. 2015)

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    volta – Science, Technology and Society in Europe; No. 08 – April 2015PACITA (Parliaments and civil society in Technology Assessment) has been a four-year EU financed project under FP7 aimed at increasing the capacity and enhancing the institutional foundation for knowledge-based policy-making on issues involving science, technology and innovation, mainly based upon the diversity of practices in Parliamentary Technology Assessment (PTA). The key practices in focus have been interactive in the...

  8. PACITA: volta no. 04 (Apr. 2013)

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    volta – Science, Technology and Society in Europe; No. 04 – April 2013PACITA (Parliaments and civil society in Technology Assessment) has been a four-year EU financed project under FP7 aimed at increasing the capacity and enhancing the institutional foundation for knowledge-based policy-making on issues involving science, technology and innovation, mainly based upon the diversity of practices in Parliamentary Technology Assessment (PTA). The key practices in focus have been interactive in the...

  9. Võistlused : [kalasport, 28. apr. - 30. juun. 2012

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    2012-01-01

    Kevadkalake, Töörahva Kala, Kevadsärg, Vagula Röövik, Saadjärve Haug, EMV Õngitsemises (mehed), Linnakala, Suure-Jaani Spinning, Tuulekala Trolling, Rakvere Koger, Gorodenko Spinning, EMV Õngitsemises (naised ja noored)

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    This report of the OPRI (Office of Protection against Ionizing Radiations) exposes the principal results concerning the routine monitoring of environmental radioactivity in France: atmospheric dusts, rainwater, surface water, underground water, sewage water, drinking water, food chain (milk, vegetables, fishes), sea water around nuclear sites and other sites. The activities of various radioisotopes are presented in tables

  11. Multiplication de l'espèce : aspects fondamentaux et appliqués

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    Danthu, P.; Roussel, J; Neffati, M

    2013-01-01

    Le tégument des graines d'A. raddiana a une structure anatomique typique des légumineuses qui induit une forte inhibition de la germination. Cela implique qu'une scarification naturelle (chocs, feu) ou artificielle (traitement mécanique ou chimique) du tégument est nécessaire pour permettre l'imbibition et la germination des graines. Cette forte inhibition tégumentaire explique aussi que les graines restent intactes après passage dans le tractus digestif des animaux sauvages ou domestiques qu...

  12. Analysis of equivalent dose (H) starting from the exposition (X) received for patient families in myocardial perfusion study with {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi; Analisis de dosis equivalente (H) a partir de la exposicion (X) recibida por familiares de pacientes en estudio de perfusion miocardica con {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi

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    The myocardial perfusion study with {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi has the major indication frequency for the coronary arterial illness diagnostic, due to its high sensibility and specificity. The patient families that are exposed to this study also receive the radiation of the injected radiopharmaceutical. The punctual source model (Psm) is generally used for the absorbed dose calculation of the radiation coming from patients under any procedure with radiopharmaceuticals. The objective of this study was to compare the equivalent doses calculated theoretically (Dat) by means of Psm, regarding the measurements that routinely are made by means of a detector Geiger (Dam), as well as to quantify the maxim equivalent dose to which they are exposed the families of the subjected patients to this procedure. 30 voluntary patients were evaluated with clinical indication for myocardial perfusion study with {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi with acquisition protocol of 1 day: Rest-effort, with dose of 15-30 mCi (555-1110 mBq) respectively. Immediate to each injection of {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi was calculated the Dat, using the equation that the Psm describes, considering a distance of 1 meter; and the exposition speed was measured by means of a detector Geiger at a distance 1 meter to the heart height. The measurements comparison (Dat vs Dam) was realized by means of the test statistical t-student for independent samples, considering a significance level p{<=}0.05. For the data of the second injection, was realized a regression analysis to evaluate the lineal correlation among both measurements. Immediately after the injection of 15 mCi (555 mBq) of {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi, the values of the Dam (1.37{+-}0.43 mrem, 13.7{+-}4.3 {mu}Sv) they differ significantly of the Dat (1.04 mrem, p<0.05) (10.4 {mu}Sv). The second injection of 30 mCi (1110 mBq) of {sup 99m}Tc-Sestamibi was carried out in an average time of 2.57{+-}0.02 hr, having the patients group a calculated initial activity of 11.14{+-}0.76 m

  13. Evolution des effets non intentionnels de la lutte chimique contre le campagnol terrestre sur la faune sauvage et domestique

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    Coeurdassier, Michael; Berny, Philippe; Couval, Geoffroy; Decors, Anouk; Jacquot, Marion; Queffelec, Stéphane; Quintaine, Thomas; Giraudoux, Patrick

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    Pendant longtemps, la lutte contre les rongeurs a été exclusivement menée avec des anticoagulants. Depuis 1990, des centaines de cas d'intoxications d'autres animaux (rapaces, renards, sangliers...) par ces substances ont été répertoriés en France. Que sait-on des effets non intentionnels des traitements contre les campagnols sur la faune non-cible ? Comment les évaluer ? Quels dispositifs mettre en place pour prévenir les intoxications ? Les indicateurs disponibles montrent que le passage d'...

  14. Influence de l'alimentation pollinique sur la santé de l'abeille domestique, Apis mellifera L.

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    La nutrition est l'ensemble des processus par lesquels un être vivant transforme des aliments pour assurer son fonctionnement. Etudier la nutrition d’un organisme permet de comprendre les rapports entre la nourriture consommée et la santé de l’individu. L'ensemble des organes assurant l'extraction d'énergie est le système digestif, qui transforme les sucres en glucose, les corps gras en acides gras, et les protéines en acides aminés. L’objectif de cette étude est de déterminer l’influence que...

  15. Particularités pathologiques des ruminants domestiques en estive dans les montagnes françaises

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    Alzieu, J.P.; Brugère-Picoux, J.; Brard, C.

    2014-01-01

    Mis à part certaines pathologies spécifiques telle la myiase à Wohlfartia magnifica, la plupart des maladies infectieuses et parasitaires d’importance sont véhiculées sur l’estive avec leurs hôtes, bovins et ovins. La problématique des cheptels collectifs constitués de troupeaux de statuts sanitaires différents et les fortes variations climatiques et thermiques favorisent l’expression des maladies infectieuses. La montée en estive d’animaux infectés constitue le facteur majeur de risque, indu...

  16. Evaluation des charges polluantes (domestiques et industrielles) arrivant au lac Kivu dans la ville de Bukavu, RD. Congo

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    2016-01-01

    Dans les pays en développement (PED) en général, et plus particulièrement en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), le développement des villes et l'augmentation des populations urbaines se font avec une rapidité telle que l'accessibilité à l'eau potable et à l'assainissement de basepose un problème croissant de sante publique et de bien-être des populations. Le manque d'expertise et des moyens techniques et/ou financiers ne permet pas de mettre en place des programmes cohérents et adaptés a...

  17. Domestique-professionnel : la cohérence du travail des femmes dans les exploitations agricoles familiales

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    Filippi, G; C. Nicourt

    1987-01-01

    [eng] The overlapping of domestic and professional work, in women's farmlabor, and its resulting temporal complexity, is an important issue for economists studying employment in agricultural production. Ergonomics, which aims to analyse an operator's activity in order to improve it, shows an operative coherence between household tasks and farmwork. The lack of social identity in female farmwork hides a specific productive capacity, especially in animal rearing, made possible by the domestic w...

  18. 大型博览会的生态城市建设途径——以2014年青岛世界园艺博览会规划设计为例%The Eco-city Construction Way of Large Exposition——A Case Study of 2014 Qingdao International Horticultural Exposition Planning and Design

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    高崎; 章琴; 赵玮

    2012-01-01

      当代,世界博览会不单是具有展示功能的国际盛会,还将成为促进生态城市发展的内在动力。以2014年青岛世界园艺博览会的中标方案为例,从城市生命支持系统和人居环境系统两大方面;通过水资源利用、能源利用、交通系统、绿地系统、生态建筑、生态景观、生态产业、环境教育8个要点,详细阐述了如何在大型博览会规划设计中贯彻生态城市的建设标准。提出以生态综合体的规划设计作为出发点,建设“生态城市的服务业集聚区”。%  Today, A World's Fair is not only a show features international events, but also an internal driving force that promotes the development of ecocity. This article, based on a successful bidding project of 2014 Qingdao International Horticultural Exposition, details how to implement the Ecocity construction standards into the planning and design of a large scale exhibition through two aspects- city life support system and human living environment system, and eight focuses- the utilization of water resources, energy use, transportation, green space, ecological construction, ecological landscape, ecological industry and environmental education. The plan proposes to design an ecological complex in the hope of create an "Eco-city service cluster ".

  19. Financial Intermediation, Competition, and Risk: A General Equilibrium Exposition

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    Di Nicolo, G.; Lucchetta, M.

    2010-01-01

    We study a simple general equilibrium model in which investment in a risky technology is subject to moral hazard and banks can extract market power rents. We show that more bank competition results in lower economy-wide risk, lower bank capital ratios, more efficient production plans and Pareto-ranked real allocations. Perfect competition supports a second best allocation and optimal levels of bank risk and capitalization. These results are at variance with those obtained by a large literatur...

  20. Geometrical exposition of structural axiomatic economics (I): Fundamentals

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    Kakarot-Handtke, Egmont

    2012-01-01

    Behavioral assumptions are not solid enough to be eligible as first principles of theoretical economics. Hence all endeavors to lay the formal foundation on a new site and at a deeper level actually need no further vindication. Part (I) of the structural axiomatic analysis submits three nonbehavioral axioms as groundwork and applies them to the simplest possible case of the pure consumption economy. The geometrical analysis makes the interrelations between income, profit and employment under ...

  1. Project Appraisal and Foreign Exchange Constraints: A Simple Exposition

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    Charles R. Blitzer; Partha Dasgupta; Stiglitz, Joseph E

    1987-01-01

    In an earlier paper, we showed that the value of shadow prices depends on how the government contemplates re- equilibrating the economy to the perturbation associated with any project, except in the extreme case where the government has chosen all policy instruments optimally. Only under restrictive conditions will relative shadow prices for traded goods equal relative international prices. We develop here a general methodology for calculating shadow prices, which expresses the prices as a we...

  2. A Graphical Exposition of the Inconsistency of Optimal Monetary Plans

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    Steindl, Frank G.

    2007-01-01

    The author presents a geometrical framework in which the inability of discretionary policy (consistent policy in the sense of Kydland and Prescott) to be socially optimal is demonstrated. Policy based on a rule results in a higher level of utility. The author extends the model to demonstrate that policy of a Rogoff conservative central banker…

  3. SOFT CLUSTERING BASED EXPOSITION TO MULTIPLE DICTIONARY BAG OF WORDS

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    K. S. Sujatha

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Object classification is a highly important area of computer vision and has many applications including robotics, searching images, face recognition, aiding visually impaired people, censoring images and many more. A new common method of classification that uses features is the Bag of Words approach. In this method a codebook of visual words is created using various clustering methods. For increasing the performance Multiple Dictionaries BoW (MDBoW method that uses more visual words from different independent dictionaries instead of adding more words to the same dictionary was implemented using hard clustering method. Nearest-neighbor assignments are used in hard clustering of features. A given feature may be nearly the same distance from two cluster centers. For a typical hard clustering method, only the slightly nearer neighbor is selected to represent that feature. Thus, the ambiguous features are not well-represented by the visual vocabulary. To address this problem, soft clustering model based Multiple Dictionary Bag of Visual words for image classification is implemented with dictionary generated using modified Fuzzy C-means algorithm using R1 norm. A performance evaluation on images has been done by varying the dictionary size. The proposed method works better when the number of topics and the number of images per topics are more. The results obtained indicate that multiple dictionary bag of words model using fuzzy clustering increases the recognition performance than the baseline method.

  4. Review: an exposition of medicinal preponderance of Moringa oleifera (Lank.).

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    Hussain, Shahzad; Malik, Farnaz; Mahmood, Sidra

    2014-03-01

    Medicinal plants are believed to be a precious natural reservoir as they are assumed to have paranormal effects for the mankind. Moringa oleifera grows throughout most of the tropics and has numerous industrial and medicinal uses. This review acquaints with the consequence of fera (Moringaceae), a fast growing medicinal plant wide spread in tropical regions with height ranging from 5-10m. It has an enormous nutritional worth due to existence of vitamins and proteins. It is subsisted with many constituents. Its oil consists of oleic, tocopherols, stearic, palmitic, behenic and arachidic acid. Flavanoids and phenolics such as gallic acid, chlorogenic acid, ferulic acid, kaempferol, ellagic acid, quercetin and vanillin are present by means of leaf extract, being richest in phenolics and subsequent fruit and seed extract respectively, that are accountable for antioxidant activity of plant. Seeds have been pragmatic with active components as novel O-ethyl-4- (α -L-rhamnosyloxy) benzyl carbamate together with seven known compounds, 4 (α -L-rhamnosyloxy)-benzyl isothiocyanate, niazimicin, niazirin, β-sitosterol, glycerol-1- (9 -octadecanoate), 3 -O- 6 -O-oleoyl- β -D-glucopyranosyl-b-sitosterol, and β - sitosterol- 3-X-O -β -D-glucopyranoside , that have been discerned to inhibit EBV-EA (Epstein- Barr virus-early antigen), that is persuaded by the cancer promoter. M. oleifera leaves, gums, roots, flowers as well as kernels have been unanimously utilized for managing tissue tenderness, cardiovascular and liver maladies, normalize blood glucose and cholesterol. It has also profound antimicrobial, hypoglycemic and anti-tubercular activities. PMID:24577932

  5. An exposition on Friedmann Cosmology with Negative Energy Densities

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    Nemiroff, Robert J; Patla, Bijunath R

    2014-01-01

    How would negative energy density affect a classic Friedmann cosmology? Although never measured and possibly unphysical, certain realizations of quantum field theories leaves the door open for such a possibility. In this paper we analyze the evolution of a universe comprising varying amounts of negative energy forms. Negative energy components have negative normalized energy densities, $\\Omega 1/3$. Assuming that such energy forms generate pressure like perfect fluids, the attractive or repulsive nature of negative energy components are reviewed. The Friedmann equation is satisfied only when negative energy forms are coupled to a greater magnitude of positive energy forms or positive curvature. We show that the solutions exhibit cyclic evolution with bounces and turnovers.The future and fate of such universes in terms of curvature, temperature, acceleration, and energy density are reviewed. The end states are dubbed Big Crunch, Big Void, or Big Rip and further qualified as "Warped", "Curved", or "Flat", "Hot...

  6. Common Expositional Problems in Students' Papers and Theses

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    Colburn, Forrest D.; Uphoff, Norman

    2012-01-01

    Words should be chosen and used carefully so that they convey the meaning or meanings that you intend--and do not convey any unintended or double meanings. Writing should leave little ambiguity or uncertainty about what you are referring to--unless some purposeful ambiguity is desired. Sometimes words that are abstract or superficial may be chosen…

  7. Uncertainty, Investments and Property Rights -A Simple Exposition

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    Gottinger, Hans W.

    1996-01-01

    The paper explores the implication of uncertain property rights for investment decision and effort level. Based on the analysis of Dixit and Pindyck (1992) for investment under uncertain returns our major result further demonstrates that when uncertain property rights are present along with uncertain returns, the trigger for entry becomes higher than the trigger derived for the case of uncertain returns only. The analysis has implications for the elimination of entry barriers and the formatio...

  8. Bone repair: Effects of physical exercise and LPS systemic exposition.

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    Nogueira, Jonatas E; Branco, Luiz G S; Issa, João Paulo M

    2016-08-01

    Bone repair can be facilitated by grafting, biochemical and physical stimulation. Conversely, it may be delayed lipopolysaccharide (LPS). Physical exercise exerts beneficial effects on the bone, but its effect on bone repair is not known. We investigated the effect of exercise on the LPS action on bone healing through bone densitometry, quantitative histological analysis for bone formation rate and immunohistochemical markers in sedentary and exercised animals. Rats ran on the treadmill for four weeks. After training the rats were submitted to a surgical procedure (bone defect in the right tibia) and 24h after the surgery LPS was administered at a dose of 100μg/kg i.p., whereas the control rats received a saline injection (1ml/kg, i.p.). Right tibias were obtained for analysis after 10days during which rats were not submitted to physical training. Physical exercise had a positive effect on bone repair, increasing bone mineral density, bone mineral content, bone formation rate, type I collagen and osteocalcin expression. These parameters were not affected by systemic administration of LPS. Our data indicate that physical exercise has an important osteogenic effect, which is maintained during acute systemic inflammation induced by exposure to a single dose of LPS. PMID:27319388

  9. Krebs als Funktion von Disposition, Exposition und Alter

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    Schmähl, D.; Habs, M.

    1982-07-01

    Essential parameters in carcinogenesis are the genetic and extragenetic disposition of an individual, its exposure to chemical, physical or viral influences in the environment as well as its age as the time that is needed to induce cancer. Cancer prevention seems only possible by reducing the exposure. It will be discussed whether the increase in life expectancy has become so important during the past decades that it compensates all efforts of reducing the exposure.

  10. A Simple Exposition of Gödel's Theorem

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    Lucas, John R.

    2003-01-01

    Lucas introduces this paper by an account of how he began to be interested to questions about Materialism and Mechanism. Then he suggests a simple version of the Incompleteness theorem of Gödel, showing how this theorem proposes a version of the Epimenides’ paradox able to avoid the circularity of this paradox by means of the possibility to express meta-mathematics in terms of arithmetical propositions and by substituting questions concerning truth by questions concerning provability.

  11. SOFT CLUSTERING BASED EXPOSITION TO MULTIPLE DICTIONARY BAG OF WORDS

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    Sujatha, K. S.; B. Vinod

    2012-01-01

    Object classification is a highly important area of computer vision and has many applications including robotics, searching images, face recognition, aiding visually impaired people, censoring images and many more. A new common method of classification that uses features is the Bag of Words approach. In this method a codebook of visual words is created using various clustering methods. For increasing the performance Multiple Dictionaries BoW (MDBoW) method that uses more visual words from dif...

  12. An Exposition of Current Mobile Learning Design Guidelines and Frameworks

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    Teall, Ed; Wang, Minjuan; Callaghan, Vic; Ng, Jason W. P.

    2014-01-01

    As mobile devices with wireless access become more readily available, learning delivered via mobile devices of all types must be designed to ensure successful learning. This paper first examines three questions related to the design of mobile learning: 1) what mobile learning (m-learning) guidelines can be identified in the current literature, 2)…

  13. The Complement of Normal Fuzzy Numbers: An Exposition

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    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available In this article, our main intention is to revisit the existing definition of complementation of fuzzy sets and thereafter various theories associated with it are also commented on. The main contribution of this paper is to suggest a new definition of complementation of fuzzy sets on the basis of reference function. Some other results have also been introduced whenever possible by using this new definition of complementation.

  14. Corrosion '98: 53. annual conference and exposition, proceedings

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    This conference was divided into the following sections: Corrosion in Gas Treating; Problems and Solutions in Commercial Building Water Systems; Green Corrosion/Scale Inhibitors; Atmospheric Corrosion; AIRPOL Update/98; Rubber Lining--Answers to Many Problems; Interference Problems; Environmental Assisted Cracking: Fundamental Research and Industrial Applications; Corrosion in Nuclear Systems; New Developments in Scale and Deposit Control; Corrosion and Corrosion Protection in the Transportation Industries; What's All the Noise About--Electrochemical That Is; Refining Industry Corrosion; Corrosion Problems in Military Hardware: Case Histories, Fixes and Lessons Learned; Cathodic Protection Test Methods and Instrumentation for Underground and On-grade Pipelines and Tanks; Recent Developments in Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors; Corrosion in Supercritical Fluids; Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion; Advances in Understanding and Controlling CO2 Corrosion; Managing Corrosion with Plastics; Material Developments for Use in Exploration and Production Environments; Corrosion in Cold Regions; The Effect of Downsizing and Outsourcing on Cooling System Monitoring and Control Practices; New Developments in Mechanical and Chemical Industrial Cleaning; Mineral Scale Deposit Control in Oilfield Related Operations; Biocides in Cooling Water; Corrosion and Corrosion Control of Reinforced Concrete Structures; Materials Performance for Fossil Energy Conversion Systems; Marine corrosion; Thermal Spray--Coating and Corrosion Control; Flow Effects on Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production; Corrosion Measurement Technologies; Internal Pipeline Monitoring--Corrosion Monitoring, Intelligent Pigging and Leak Detection; Cathodic Protection in Natural Waters; Corrosion in Radioactive Liquid Waste Systems; On-line Hydrogen Permeation Monitoring Equipment and Techniques, State of the Art; Water Reuse and Recovery; Performance of Materials in High Temperature Environments; Advances in Motor Vehicle Corrosion Resistance; Seawater Injection Systems; Automating Improved Materials Performance; Boiler Water Corrosion; and New Advances in Pipeline Rehabilitation Coatings and Associated Technology. Separate abstracts were prepared for some of the papers

  15. Exposition industrielle tchèque au CERN

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    1996-01-01

    On 11 June, Prof. J. Niederle, President of the Committee for Collaboration of the Czech Republic with CERN and Vice President of the CERN Council, together with Director General, Prof. C. Llewellyn Smith, formally opened the second exhibition of Czech hi-tech companies at CERN*. The Director of the exhibition Mr P. Postulka, representing the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade focused his inaugural speech on the recent development of the country's economy and organization and on the aims of the exhibition. The inauguration was also attended by representatives of the Czech Diplomatic Corps.

  16. A systematic exposition of the conservation equations for blast waves.

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    Oppenheim, A. K.; Lundstrom, E. A.; Kuhl, A. L.; Kamel, M. M.

    1971-01-01

    In order to provide a rational background for the analysis of experimental observations of blast wave phenomena, the conservation equations governing their nonsteady flow field are formulated in a general manner, without the usual restrictions imposed by an equation of state, and with proper account taken, by means of source terms, of other effects which, besides the inertial terms that conventionally dominate these equations, can affect the flow. Taking advantage of the fact that a blast wave can be generally considered as a spatially one-dimensional flow field whose nonsteady behavior can be regarded, consequently, as a function of just two independent variables, two generalized blast wave coordinates are introduced, one associated with the front of the blast wave and the other with its flow field. The conservation equations are accordingly transformed into this coordinate system, acquiring thereby a comprehensive character, in that they refer then to any frame of reference, being applicable, in particular, to problems involving either space or time profiles of the gas-dynamic parameters in the Eulerian system, or time profiles in the Lagrangian system.

  17. From après-ski to après-tourism: the Alps in transition?

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    Philippe Bourdeau

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Winter sports occupy a prominent place in European tourism, not only because of their economic importance in mountainous areas but also due to their major symbolic significance in the "leisure civilisation". Yet the world of winter tourism is full of uncertainties connected with climate change and also with evolutions and structural breaks that call into question the development model on which it is based. This context of profound change gives us the opportunity to question the limits of the industrial model that has governed the development of the Alps for the practice of skiing and to examine alternative future scenarios to "all-out skiing" and even "all-out tourism".Les sports d’hiver occupent une place de premier plan dans le tourisme européen, non seulement du fait de leur poids économique dans les régions de montagne, mais aussi par leur forte dimension symbolique dans la « civilisation des loisirs ». Pourtant l’univers du tourisme hivernal est parcouru par de nombreuses incertitudes liées au changement climatique, mais aussi à des évolutions et des ruptures structurelles qui remettent en question le modèle de développement sur lequel il repose. Ce contexte de mutation permet d’interroger les limites du modèle industriel qui a présidé à l’aménagement des Alpes pour la pratique du ski et d’examiner des figures d’avenir alternatives au « tout ski » et même au « tout tourisme ».

  18. Les réseaux sociaux et l’échange entre l’homme politique et les internautes : le cas de Facebook après les élections présidentielles en France Social Networks and the Exchange Between Politicians and Surfers: Facebook and the presidential post elections in France

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    Galia Yanoshevsky

    2010-01-01

    A travers l’analyse des interactions entre hommes politiques et internautes sur Facebook après les élections présidentielles de 2007 en France, cet article vise à montrer comment les réseaux sociaux sont exploités par les deux parties. Au départ un réseau décentralisé qui lie les gens sans intervention politico-hiérarchique, Facebook est mobilisé par les hommes politiques au service de leur besoins. Quelles en sont les conséquences pour la sphère publique : s’agit-il d’un outil qui permet à l...

  19. Histological data concerning the pig (sus scrofa) for use in radiobiology. I. Normal histology of certain systems. 2. Injuries caused by total {gamma} irradiation; Donnees histologiques sur le porc (sus scrofa), utilisables en radiobiologie. 1. histologie normale de certains appareils. 2. etude des lesions consecutives a une irradiation {gamma} totale

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    Guenet, J.L.; Vaiman, M.; Nizza, P. [Commissariat a L' Energie Atomique, Fontenay-aux-Roses (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1966-06-01

    The domestic pig lately become a laboratory whose anatomical and physiological characteristics appear to be appreciated for certain radiological studies. In this report the authors describe research which they have carried out (in particular in the field of histology) on domestic pigs of different species with a view to compiling a record which might be of help to future workers in this field. The second part of their work deals with anatomical and histological injuries caused by total exposure to gamma radiation from cobalt 60 at doses of around 285 rads. (authors) [French] Le porc domestique est devenu depuis peu un animal de laboratoire, dont les caracteristiques anatomiques et physiologiques paraissent fort appreciees pour certaines etudes de radiobiologie. Dans ce rapport les auteurs font part des recherches qu'ils ont effectuees (notamment dans le domaine de l'histologie) sur des porcs domestiques de differentes races, de maniere a constituer un document capable de venir en aide aux utilisateurs eventuels. La deuxieme partie de leur travail traite de lesions anatomiques et histologiques, consecutives a des expositions totales aux rayonnements gamma du cobalt 60 a des doses voisines de 285 rads. (auteurs)

  20. Exploring the Dimensions of Place Attachment to Event Venue Based on Grounded Theory: Case of International Horticultural Exposition 2011 Xi'an, China%基于扎根理论的节事场所依赖维度探索性研究——以2011西安世界园艺博览会为例

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    戴光全; 梁春鼎

    2012-01-01

    场所依赖(place attachment)探讨的是个人对充满意义的特定场所产生的某种认知或感情的联系。作为一项探索性研究,以2011西安世界园艺博览会为案例,采用质性研究方法,通过参与观察和深度访谈等手段获取研究资料,运用扎根理论深入分析游客的活动特征和情感态度,研究游客的节事场所依赖特征。在此基础上挖掘和提炼节事场所依赖的维度,最终构建一个由个体、社会、场所和节事4个维度构成的节事场所依赖PSPE概念模型,为节事场所依赖的定量研究打下基础。%Place attachment is a hot topic in place study which is defined as an individual' s cognitive or emo- tional connection to a particular setting or milieu, which attracts a great concern of researchers in the field of human geography, urban sociology, community science, environmental psychology, and behavioral science. However, place attachment study is seldom related to event venue. A literature review shows that most re- searchers treated event as an attribute of event host community to study the place attachment between 'people and host community, but paid little attention to event venue itself. As an inductive research approach, groundedtheory is appropriate for situations where no pre-existing theory exists, which indicates its usefulness for the exploratory study on place attachment in event venue. The primary purpose of this study is to document the meanings event-goers attach to a specific event venue. If those meanings are known, managers can more effec- tively plan for the management of venue deemed to be special by their constituents. As an exploratory re- search, the International Horticultural Exposition, 2011, Xi'an (Expo 2011 Xi'an, China) is taken as a case, and first-hand data are collected from observation and interviews. The task of observation and interviews is to find out what factors in venue significantly affect the cognition and