The magnetic fields of steel drums
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The magnetic and transient electromagnetic responses of drums - field tests in weathered Hawkesbury Sandstone, Sydney basin, NSW
Emerson, D. W.; Reid, J. E.; Clark, D. A.
The magnetic and transient electromagnetic responses of drums - field tests in weathered Hawkesbury Sandstone, Sydney Basin, NSW
Operating lifetime of basic thermomechanical equipment at JSC “Mosénergo”
Popov, A.; Grin’, E.; Dolzhanskii, P.
Magnetic properties of unrusted steel drums from laboratory and field-magnetic measurements
Locating Buried Drums Using a Proton Precission Magnetometer and a Magnetic Gradiometer
Leech, C.; Johnson, R. M.
Innovative Effect of Illite on Improved Microbiological Conversion of L-Tyrosine to 3,4 Dihydroxy Phenyl L-Alanine (L-DOPA) by Aspergillus oryzae ME 2 Under Acidic Reaction Conditions
Sikander, Ali; Ikram-ul-Haq
Influence of Magnetic Flux Concentrator on the Efficiency of Iron Ore Dressing
Koren'kov, E. N.; Komissarov, A. V.; Uskov, V. A.
Detection of Buried Steel Drums from Magnetic Anomaly Data using a Supervised Neural Network
Salem, A.; Ravat, D.; Johnson, R.
DETECTION OF BURIED STEEL DRUMS FROM MAGNETIC ANOMALY DATA USING NEURAL NETWORKS
Salem, A.; Ushijima, K.; Ravat, D.
Axial mixing in rotating drums using magnetic resonance imaging using bran as a model for solid state fermentations
Hardin, M. T.; Howes, T.; Mitchell, D. A.
Whittaker, Andrew K.; Mitchell, David A.; Hardin, Matthew T.
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