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  1. Achievement report for fiscal 1998 on area consortium research and development business. Area consortium for venture business development by building base for small business (abuse double protected next generation card system based on steganography); 1998 nendo venture kigyo ikuseigata chiiki consortium kenkyu kaihatsu (chusho kigyo sozo kibangata). Steganography gijutsu wo riyoshita jisedaigata fusei shiyo taju boshi guard system no kenkyu kaihatsu

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    1999-03-01

    A card system is developed using BPCS (Business Planning and Control System) steganography, with electronic data imbedded in the card. Under the system, the visual recognition of the user and the mechanical verification of the card are carried out simultaneously, with the card rejecting any abuse. In fiscal 1998, a system was built by way of trial, constituted of technologies of encoding, decoding, and packaging data into an IC (integrated circuit) card. A photograph of the user's face is attached to the card, the card carries an 8KB IC memory device, and the device stores data of the photograph of the user's face etc. A password has to be inputted before any data may be taken out. A customized key is required to display the imbedded personal data and, for the restoration of the key data, the personal key known only to the owner and the company key that is kept by the card managing company need to be collated with each other. Multiple checking is available for the prevention of abuse, which include the collation of face photographs, collation with display by inputting the password, and request for the customized key to confirm the presence of authority to read the imbedded personal data. (NEDO)

  2. Achievement report for fiscal 1998 on area consortium research and development business. Area consortium for venture business development by building base for small business (high-efficiency superhigh-accuracy grinding technology by nano-scale in-process measurement and control using novel grinding wheel); 1998 nendo venture kigyo ikuseigata chiiki consortium kenkyu kaihatsu (chusho kigyo sozo kibangata). Shingata kensaku toishi wo mochiita nano in-process keisoku seigyo ni yoru konoritsu choseimitsu kensaku kako gijutsu no kaihatsu

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    1999-03-01

    The aim is to develop a superflat grinding system for functional devices such as hard disks and magnetic heads. Cast iron powder is used as bonding material high in reacting with diamond for an increase in the anchoring power. A chemical reaction occurs to realize a strong bond between the two, producing a precision grinding wheel long in life and high in efficiency. A wheel with some hollows is also developed in which the grits have to bear more load because of the hollows, this achieving grinding efficiency five times higher than that of other types of the same grit size. A system is developed, provided with a constant pressure mechanism for the grinding direction and constant travel mechanism normal to the work surface. Using the constant pressure system, the grinding speed depends on the wheel grinding capability, and then the wheel is allowed to exhibits its best. The system suffers less clogging than the conventional ones. The specific grinding energy which is the index of the match between the wheel and the work may be determined, and this enables prompt condition optimization. It is proved that the wheel with hollows is remarkably higher in grinding capability than wheels of the same grit size on the market. The two are found to be alike in achieving top-class finish in terms of surface coarseness and flatness. (NEDO)

  3. Real intention of the enterprise who looks for such a newcomer; Konna shinjin motomu, kigyo no honne

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    1999-09-01

    The age when the change which to become rapidly global entails is drastic is reached, and that way of having it is renewed, and the Japanese chemical business world is being asked to it. Questionnaire was done to take the reference of the enterprise person of not only the students thinking about employment to the enterprise by making the talented people figure which is necessary in such an age rise from the opinion in the front of the enterprise but also the present post and the persons concerned in education. 1. Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. 2. Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. 3. Asahi Chiba 4. Ube Industries, Ltd. 5. SDS Biotech6. Kao Corp. 7. Kyowa Hakko Kogyo Co., Ltd. 8. Konica Corp. 9. Sharp and 10. Showa polymer. (NEDO)

  4. Case studies on construction works of short span bridges in Kenya; Kenya kyowakoku ni okeru chusho kyoryo koji no jirei

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    Kurino, S. [Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Authority, Tokyo (Japan)

    1998-01-01

    In the Republic of Kenya, problems are how to build bridges over small rivers, not big rivers, and what bridge types to choose for reduction in cost. Concrete bridges under the direct control of the Government construction office are 15m at the longest, and they are directly founded on the hard basement after a little excavation. In formulating construction plans, it is necessary to take climate into account, such that there is but a small amount of precipitation and that it concentrates in the rainy season. The first stage of bridge building involves the construction of low-cost structures which enable river-crossing except in the rainy season. This first-stage concept is worth deliberation when it is known that there are semiarid regions where river-crossing is prohibited due to high water levels in the rainy season but for approximately two weeks a year. In the second stage, permanent structures are required, serviceable even in the high water level season. In the third stage, it is necessary to construct bridges conforming to the road assuring excellent trafficability. For reduction in the cost of small bridge construction, drift types, culvert types, and temporary bridges like Bailey bridges are important choices. 2 refs., 12 figs.

  5. Instrumentation/control systems for small- to medium-size steel-making plants; Tekko setsubi chusho plant no keisoku seigyo system

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    1999-01-10

    Fuji Electric has realized highly reliable and functional control systems by the dispersion type control system FOCUS, which uses the controller (ICS-2000) enjoying good reputation in controlling industrial plants for a long time and a personal computer with high windows operability, the former for controlling and the latter for MHI responsible for monitoring. The smelting process in a steel-making plant needs a highly reliable system for advanced control to ensure continuous operation. Fuji Electric delivered the FOCUS system to Kubota in 1998, as the smelting furnace instrumentation/control system for the cupola furnace. The system has been in service smoothly. Moreover, a total of four control systems have been delivered, 2 for steel-making furnaces and the other 2 for continuous casting. (NEDO)

  6. Survey on the feasibility of simple waste energy systems in medium or small cities; Chusho toshi ni okeru kan`igata haikibutsu riyo energy system no kanosei chosa

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    1997-03-01

    For effective use of wastes, the concept of a waste utilization system suitable for local characteristics of the Kyushu district was surveyed. The amount, features and processing method of wastes were surveyed for every kind of wastes and every region. Characteristics of wastes themselves and their use technologies were surveyed to study the energy system concept, and the concept was selected mainly for simple middle or small-scale systems. Main wastes available as heat source showed distinctive distributions every region. The following seven concepts were thus selected: RDF (refuse derived fuel) energy system mainly using general wastes, RDF system using wood chips and agricultural plastic wastes, co-generation system by premixed combustion of chicken manure and combustion improver, premixed combustion of livestock manure and combustion improver, methane fermentation using livestock, distillery and starch wastes, and pyrolytic oil system or gas system using agricultural plastic wastes. Establishment of any systems is difficult only in single region because of their economic scale. The collection and storage methods of raw materials should be studied. 36 figs., 40 tabs.

  7. World scenario for energy industries (Problems and responses). ; Creating new values in fuels and restructuring the energy industries. Energy sangyo no sekai shinario (kadai to taio). ; Nenryo no shinkachi no sozo to energy sangyo no saikochiku

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    1992-03-05

    This paper describes the following matters on the future images of the energy industries: The following two scenarios may be drawn on the future world order from the changing signs seen in three regions of the geopolitical factors, international economies, and environmental problems : One is the world of mercantilism where several blocks are formed, with the economic power of each block regarded as the ultimate purpose. Trades within a block are executed according to the market principles, while trades between the blocks are operated politically. The energy industries in this case should face incessantly new rules and market restructuring. Another scenario is a coordination maintaining world where international cooperations are preferred to the common benefits. Affluent nations determine the necessity of global systems for trade and environmental problems, while less affluent nations are forced to coordinate with these determinations. In this case, the energy industries will face directly a cost rise associated with conversions to cleaner fuels and industrial restructuring. 8 figs.

  8. Fiscal 1995 survey of promotion of the geothermal development. Report on a usage feasibility test of a small scale geothermal binary cycle power generation system; 1995 nendo chinetsu kaihatsu sokushin chosa. Chusho chinetsu binary hatsuden system jissho shiken hokokusho

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    1997-03-01

    In this survey, studies for popularization and practical utilization of small and medium size geothermal binary cycle power systems which assesses low and medium temperature geothermal resources were conducted, and studies for development of the system to be introduced for practical use and for promotion of the popularization were made. A study was carried out of preconditions and various conditions of a demonstrative test plant (100kW class, 500kW class) in view of the initial cost of the actual plant, and an analysis was made of the power generation cost. Acceptability of the demonstrative test plant (100kW class) was examined to analyze problems on the introduction. A thermodynamic analysis was made of the output of geothermal binary cycle power generation. Analysis/evaluation of the results of the 100kW demonstrative test plant were carried out in view of the operation results of the plant of the same kind, and checks/reviews were conducted of performance and reliability of the system, equipment simplification, etc. Inspection of the system was made in the stage of design/manufacture of the 500kW demonstrative test plant. Concerning the spread/expansion of the system, studied were multiple stage geothermal utilization and PR promotion method. 14 refs., 62 figs., 55 tabs.

  9. Paléocontraintes et déformations syn- et post-collision Afrique Europe identifiées dans la couverture mésozoïque et cénozoïque du Haut Atlas occidental (Maroc)Syn- and post-collision Africa Europe palaeostresses and deformations identified in the West High-Atlas Mesozoic and Cenozoic cover (Morocco)

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    Amrhar, Mostafa

    Palaeostresses and deformation axis reconstruction related to the intracontinental High-Atlas uplift evidences two shortening phases from Upper Cretaceous to Quaternary. The first compression is oriented N20-30°E and is Maastrichtian to Oligocene age; the second one, oriented N120-160°E, is syn-Mio-Pliocene. Tectonic inversion of the lateral to compressive Jurassic regime is contemporaneous with the beginning of Africa and Europe collision. Rotation of the Mio-Pliocene shortening orientation could be linked to the change of the convergence direction between the Africa and Europe plates. To cite this article: M. Amrhar, C. R. Geoscience 334 (2002) 279-285.

  10. 「法人企業統計季報個表を用いた日本企業の資金調達行動の研究 : 1994 ~ 2009」: Introduction and Summary

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    三輪, 芳朗

    2010-01-01

    From early spring to late summer in 2010 I investigated the financing behavior of Japanese firms with over \\20 million in paid-in capital, using firm-level financial data from Hojin Kigyo Tokei Kiho (Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics) of the Ministry of Finance. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics : 1994~2009", divided into five discussion papers, constitutes the report. This Introduction and Summary form...

  11. A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics 1994~2009 : Introduction and Summary

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    Miwa, Yoshiro

    2011-01-01

    From early spring to late summer in 2010 I investigated the financing behavior of Japanese firms with over \\10 million in paid-in capital, using firm-level financial data from Hojin Kigyo Tokei Kiho (Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics) of the Ministry of Finance. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics ? 1994~2009", divided into five discussion papers, constitutes the report. This Introduction and Summary form...

  12. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics ? 1994~2009: Introduction and Summary" (Revised in March 2011)

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    Miwa Yoshiro

    2011-01-01

    From early spring to late summer in 2010 I investigated the financing behavior of Japanese firms with over \\20 million in paid-in capital, using firm-level financial data from Hojin Kigyo Tokei Kiho (Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics) of the Ministry of Finance. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics ? 1994~2009", divided into five discussion papers, constitutes the report. This Introduction and Summary form...

  13. A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics - 1994~2009: Introduction and Summary

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    Yoshiro Miwa

    2011-01-01

    From early spring to late summer in 2010 I investigated the financing behavior of Japanese firms with over \\10 million in paid-in capital, using firm-level financial data from Hojin Kigyo Tokei Kiho (Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics) of the Ministry of Finance. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics - 1994~2009", divided into five discussion papers, constitutes the report. This Introduction and Summary form...

  14. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics – 1994~2009: Introduction and Summary"

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    Yoshiro Miwa

    2011-01-01

    From early spring to late summer in 2010 I investigated the financing behavior of Japanese firms with over \\10 million in paid-in capital, using firm-level financial data from Hojin Kigyo Tokei Kiho (Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics) of the Ministry of Finance. "A Study of Financing Behavior of Japanese Firms with Firm-Level Data from Corporate Enterprise Quarterly Statistics ? 1994~2009", divided into five discussion papers, constitutes the report. This Introduction and Summary form...

  15. Fiscal 1999 research report. Basic research for promotion of joint implementation programs (Comprehensive feasibility study on efficiency improvement of heat generation facility and heat network for district heating at middle and small cities in Moscow region, the Russian Federation - 2 model cities within the region); 1999 nendo Russia renpo Moscow shunai chusho toshi ni okeru chiiki danboyo netsu kyokyu shisetsu yusomo no koritsu kaizen keikaku sogo chosa hokokusho. Shunai 2 toshi wo model to suru

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    2000-03-01

    The above-named effort aims to work out modification plans and to predict their energy saving, energy substituting, and greenhouse gas reduction effects, and thereby to scout out a project which will effectively utilize flexibility-ensuring 'joint implementation' for the attainment of greenhouse gas reduction levels defined at COP3 (Third Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change). The results of assessment of this project based on the outcome of the survey show that (1) there is necessity for the project and that the presence of needs to be urgently satisfied is clear, that (2) energy saving, energy substituting, and greenhouse gas reduction effects are proved to exist and that the project is therefore an appropriate candidate for an activity to be implemented jointly, that (3) Russian agencies concerned are strongly interested in the project and that a sufficiently cooperative system will be available toward implementation, and that (4) there is an extremely large room for energy saving in the district heating oriented heat supply business in Russia and that probabilities are quite high that natural gas-fired turbine cogeneration plants capable of improving overall energy efficiency will enjoy extensive diffusion. (NEDO)

  16. Evolution of the Northeastern Arabian Plate Margin and Shelf: Hydrocarbon Habitat and Conceptual Future Potential L'évolution géologique de la plate-forme arabe et de sa marge : répartition des hydrocarbures et concepts pour son potentiel futur

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    Beydoun Z. R.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available About 98% of the huge recoverable hydrocarbon reserves of the Arabian Plate are concentrated in the Northeastern Margin Shelf extending from NW Iraq through the Gulf to Central Oman. The plate tectonic evolution of this region is reviewed as background for its enormous hydrocarbon productivity. This is intimately linked to a near-continuous passive margin history and gentle subsidence of an extraordinarily wide epeiric shelf, which allowed repeated regional development of source rocks in large intra-shelf basins frequently in optimal juxtapositional relationships with good regional reservoirs and seals; these events are discussed. Although currently reported reserve figures relate to Mesozoic and Tertiary reservoirs, it is concluded that several pre-Mesozoic regional sources have generated enormous volumes of hydrocarbons, the bulk of which still await discovery in up-dip Paleozoic reservoirs, and that future ultimate recoverable reserves could conceivably double. Près de 98 % des énormes réserves récupérables d'hydrocarbures de la plaque arabique sont concentrés dans la marge nord-est qui s'étend du nord-ouest de l'Irak au centre d'Oman, à travers le Golfe. L'auteur passe en revue l'évolution tectonique de cette région, origine de son énorme productivité pétrolière. La passivité presque continue de cette marge, combinée à l'affaissement progressif d'un plateau épicontinental particulièrement large, a permis le développement local répété de roches mères, au sein du plateau, dans de vastes bassins bénéficiant souvent d'une juxtaposition optimale avec les roches réservoir et roche-couvertures. L'article étudie ces évènements. Si les réserves actuellement prises en compte sont essentiellement d'origine mésozoïque et tertiaire, l'auteur conclut que de nombreuses sources régionales pré-mésozoïques ont généré d'énormes volumes d'hydrocarbures, dont la majeur partie reste à découvrir dans des réservoirs pal

  17. Géochimie organique du bassin de Paris Organic Geochemistry of the Paris Basin

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    Espitalie J.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available On présente ici les principaux résultats de l'étude géochimique réalisée, dans le bassin de Paris, à partir des déblais et des carottes provenant de 100 sondages pétroliers ou miniers, et des huiles prélevées dans les réservoirs du Mésozoïque (Trias, Bathonien supérieur, Néocomien. Les différentes méthodes géochimiques utilisées sont la pyrolyse, particulièrement bien adaptée à l'étude des nombreux échantillons de déblais recueillis, la chromatographie en phase gazeuse pour l'analyse détaillée des huiles et des extraits de roche, la spectrométrie de masse pour l'étude des biomarqueurs. Les époques principales de formation de l'huile et du gaz ont été déterminées par simulation sur ordinateur d'un modèle mathématique de genèse des hydrocarbures. Les méthodes de pyrolyse ont permis de dresser des logs géochimiques des forages étudiés et de déterminer, par le calcul, les paramètres de pyrolyse initiaux des roches-mères, avant leur enfouissement. On a pu ainsi établir, dans le périmètre étudié, des cartes de carbone organique initial, de potentiels pétroliers totaux et de quantités d'HC migrés. L'ensemble de ces résultats montre que les roches-mères de la grande majorité des huiles du Mésozoïque sont situées dans le Lias, s'échelonnant depuis le Toarcien jusqu'à l'Hettangien et que les meilleures zones de potentiel pétrolier du Bassin sont localisées à l'emplacement des régions de forte subsidence à l'époque du Lias. L'étude détaillée des hydrocarbures et celle des biomarqueurs ne permettent pas de distinguer les différentes huiles entre elles, quelle que soit leur profondeur, ni de leur attribuer une origine précise à partir des différents niveaux du Lias. Les cartes de migration mettent en évidence des déplacements latéraux des hydrocarbures dans certaines roches-mères (cas du Toarcien inférieur. Elles montrent aussi un déficit important en hydrocarbures à la base du

  18. Unconventional Gas Resources in the Paleozoic of Central Europe Ressources de gaz non conventionnels dans le Paléozoïque de l’Europe Centrale

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    Littke R.

    2011-05-01

    shales et du gaz de houille (coalbed methane, CBM. Les grès de faible perméabilité se trouvent surtout parmi les couches permiennes (Rotliegend aux Pays-Bas et dans le nord de l’Allemagne, mais aussi dans les couches du Carbonifère supérieur. La production est déjà active dans quelques-uns de ces réservoirs. Pour l’avenir, le développement dépendra principalement de l’amélioration de la compréhension du gaz en place et de la distribution régionale de la porosité et la perméabilité qui, d’ailleurs, dépendent du faciès lithologique et la diagénèse. La recherche de gaz dans les roches argileuses, par contre, vient juste de commencer. Les roches argileuses mésozoïques dans le sud du bassin de Basse-Saxe (Lower Saxony Basin sont des objets d’exploration prioritaire à cause de leur épaisseur, de leur maturité et de leur teneur en matière organique. Mais il existe d’autres séries intéressantes dans le carbonifère inférieur et des couches plus anciennes. Actuellement, un projet de recherche international vise à acquérir des données géologiques sur ces systèmes. La recherche du gaz de houille (CBM a commencé dans la bassin de la Ruhr il y a une vingtaine d’années, mais avec un succès très limité à cause de faibles débits de gaz. En revanche, le captage de grisou des mines de charbon abandonnées a fourni de considérables quantités de gaz. De par la multitude des filons houillers et des conditions de maturité et de teneurs en gaz favorables, il existe dans cette région un potentiel considérable de gaz de houille.

  19. L'Escarpement de Malte, le mont Alfeo et les monts de Médine: marges anciennes du bassin Ionien (synthèse des données des campagnes a la mer Escarmed Malta Escarpment, Alfeo and Medina Seamounts: Former Margins of the Ionian Basin

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    Groupe Escarmed

    2006-11-01

    caractéristiques, une forte déclivité et une couverture sédimentaire peu épaisse à une morphogénèse complexe car polyphasée. En effet, en plus du facteur lithologique (parois calcaires imposantes, il y a un facteur tectonique essentiel : l'évolution d'une marge continentale mésozoïque réactivée par des phases tectoniques plus récentes, essentiellement Miocène et Plio-Quaternaire. C'est cette originalité qui distingue l'escarpement de Malte et les monts de Médine des autres marges méditerranéennes occidentales et qui permet leur comparaison avec d'autres marges continentales, atlantiques par exemple. The Comité d'Etudes Pétrolières Marines (CEPM and the Centre National pour I'Exploitation des Océans (CNEXO have carried out a series of subsea surveys of Ionian escarpments to define their origin, age and evolution. The results given here concern the Malta escarpment, the Alfeo and Medina seamounts west and southwest of the deep Ionian basin. They include bathymetric data in the form of a 1:100,000th map accompanying the text, a morphological analysis of reliefs, stratigraphic determinations performed on samples gathered by dredging, coring or diving, a structural analysis from seismic-reflection profiles and dives, and a study of subsidence since the Upper Triassic from actual boreholes drilled in the Maltese shelf and fictitious boreholes on the edge of the Malta escarpment. The conclusions bring out:(a the existence of calcareous platform series of early Jurassic age for the Malta escarpment and the Alfeo seamount and of early Cretaceous age for the Medina seamounts;(b a major paleogeographic change starting in the late Jurassic for the Malta escarpment and in the Albian for the Medina seamounts;(c the development of condensed series dating from this paleogeographic change and the presence of constant erosion until the Present, an erosion in which the various processes have numerous consequences on the sedimentation of such reliefs;(d four main

  20. Sédimentation et tectonique dans le bassin marin Eocène supérieur-Oligocène des Alpes du Sud Sedimentation and Tectonics in the Upper Eocene-Oligocene Marine Basin in the Southern Alps

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    Riche P.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Des études de terrain détaillées ont été reprises récemment par l'Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP et l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Pétrole et des Moteurs (ENSPM dans la partie occidentale du bassin nummulitique des Alpes du Sud afin d'aider les interprétations de données sismiques. Ces études soulignent l'importance de la tectonique en distension qui a affecté le bassin durant la sédimentation; elles remettent en question l'interprétation géodynamique de ce bassin considéré classiquement comme une avant-fosse de la chaîne alpine en cours de formation. Sur un substratum mésozoïque structuré par la phase pyrénéo-provençale, la transgression nummulitique envahit dès le Lutétien les parties les plus basses du bassin situé à l'Est dans une zone qui sera oblitérée au Mio-Pliocène par l'accident pennique. Elle s'étend progressivement vers l'Ouest durant l'Eocène supérieur. Dans le même temps une phase de distension E-O bien visible le long des failles du Var et en bordure du Pelvoux se traduit par le compartimentage des bordures du bassin et par des jeux en blocs basculés durant la sédimentation. Dans les calcaires qui débutent la série marine, ces jeux sont responsables du passage rapide de faciès de plate-forme à des faciès resédimentés sur les pentes, puis à une sédimentation gravitaire de plus en plus réduite en s'éloignant des bordures. Les marnes sus-jacentes correspondent à des dépôts de talus qui soulignent la topographie héritée. Le passage à la sédimentation turbiditique des grès d'Annot s. l. , est corrélé avec le début d'une activité de rift sur le bloc corso-sarde et le changement climatique qui intervient à cette époque. Le dépôt de ces grès dont l'épaisseur maximale observée est de 1 200 m correspond à une phase de remplissage, avec des onlaps bien marqués soulignant les paléopentes. La distension E-O se poursuit durant la sédimentation des grès mais elle s