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  1. CERN: Installing STELLA

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    Anon.

    1980-01-15

    STELLA - Satellite Transmission Experiment Linking Laboratories - is now taking shape. This interesting project will explore the possibilities of transmitting data accurately over large distances and at high speeds using the European Space Agency's 0TS-2 communications satellite launched last year. With STELLA, physics Laboratories are pioneering the use of high speed data communications by satellite in Europe.

  2. Teenuste disainist / Stella Soomlais

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    Soomlais, Stella

    2010-01-01

    Disainer Stella Soomlais teenuste disaini (service design) taustast maailma mastaabis, mõiste olemusest ja teema laiaulatuslikuma käsitluse vajadusest. Alates 2009. aastast saab teenusedisaini õppida ka Eestis. TÜ Pärnu kolledž pakub ärijuhtimise magistriõpet spetsialiseerumisega teenuste disainile

  3. STELLA comes into operation

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    CERN PhotoLab

    1980-01-01

    The photo shows the 3 metre diameter 11/14 GHz antenna on Bld. 513 for data transmission via the OTS satellite in the STELLA project (see Annual Report 1979 p. 88, Fig. 3). Mervyn Hine and Ben Segal stand on the left.

  4. The STELLA Robotic Observatory on Tenerife

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    Klaus G. Strassmeier

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available The Astrophysical Institute Potsdam (AIP and the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC inaugurated the robotic telescopes STELLA-I and STELLA-II (STELLar Activity on Tenerife on May 18, 2006. The observatory is located on the Izaña ridge at an elevation of 2400 m near the German Vacuum Tower Telescope. STELLA consists of two 1.2 m alt-az telescopes. One telescope fiber feeds a bench-mounted high-resolution echelle spectrograph while the other telescope feeds a wide-field imaging photometer. Both scopes work autonomously by means of artificial intelligence. Not only that the telescopes are automated, but the entire observatory operates like a robot, and does not require any human presence on site.

  5. An Interview with Stella Adler.

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    Rotte, Joanna

    2002-01-01

    Details the life of Stella Adler, an actor, director, and teacher who studied with Stanislavsky. Includes an interview (conducted in 1974) which touches on her influences, teachers, theatre groups, and styles of acting. (PM)

  6. Stella project - Cementation of concentrates of Saclay. Study of the coating formula robustness with respect to the surface stockpiling agreement requirements

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    Brunel, G.

    2003-01-01

    The Stella project deals with the packaging of vapour concentrates by means of a cementation process. A new reference coating formula has been defined while taking into account the chemical composition of these high salt and sulphate content concentrates. After a presentation of the concentrate chemical characteristics, and of the cementation process, this document reports the investigation on the formula robustness with respect to the concentration chemical composition variations. The influence of varying concentrations of boron, chlorides, sulphates, and phosphates on the coating quality has been studied. Empirical models have been developed. A test has been performed with concentrates displaying an extreme composition, and a validation test has been performed with the actual concentrates

  7. Performance Evaluation in Sodium-to-Sodium Heat Exchangers in STELLA-2

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    Jo, Youngchul; Son, Seok-kwon; Yoon, Jung; Jeong, Jiyoung

    2016-01-01

    The program aiming at an integral effect test is called STELLA-2, which will be used for synthetic review of the key safety issues of PGSFR. The basic and detailed design phases of the STELLA-2 test facility are underway in accordance with the specific design requirements reflecting the whole design features of PGSFR. Based on the STELLA-2 platform, a simulation of the PGSFR transient will be made to evaluate the plant dynamic behaviors and demonstrate the decay heat removal performance. The multi-dimensional effects coming from a large sodium pool system will be identified as well. Among several components of STELLA-2, there are five different types of model heat exchangers such as IHX, DHX, FHX, AHX, and UHX. Each heat exchanger has different characteristics, and it is very important to verify the heat transfer and pressure drop performance in each heat exchanger. The performance evaluation of the sodium-to-sodium heat exchangers (IHX and DHX) in STELLA-2 is performed using CFD. Also, these results are compared with 1-D heat exchanger design code. The shell/tube outlet temperature and heat transfer rate of the heat exchanger obtained by the CFD is not significantly

  8. Thermal-hydraulic Analysis of High-temperature Cover Gas Region in STELLA-2

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    Jo, Youngchul; Son, Seok-Kwon; Yoon, Jung; Eoh, Jaehyuk; Jeong, Ji-Young [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2016-10-15

    The first phase of the program was focused on the key sodium component tests, and the second one has been concentrated on the sodium thermal-hydraulic integral effect test (STELLA-2). Based on its platform, simulation of the PGSFR transient will be made to evaluate plant dynamic behaviors as well as to demonstrate decay heat removal performance. Therefore, most design features of PGSFR have been modeled in STELLA-2 as closely as possible. The similarities of temperature and pressure between the model (STELLA-2) and the prototype (PGSFR) have been well preserved to reflect thermal-hydraulic behavior with natural convection as well as heat transfer between structure and sodium coolant inside the model reactor vessel (RV). For this reason, structural integrity of the entire test section should be confirmed as in the prototype. In particular, since the model reactor head in STELLA-2 supports key components and internal structures, its structural integrity exposed to high-temperature cover gas region should be confirmed. In order to reduce thermal radiation heat transfer from the hot sodium pool during normal operation, a dedicated insulation layer has been installed at the downward surface of the model reactor head to prevent direct heat flux from the sodium free surface at 545 .deg. C. Three-dimensional conjugate heat transfer analyses for the full-shape geometry of the upper part of the model reactor vessel in STELLA-2 have been carried out. Based on the results, steady-state temperature distributions in the cover gas region and the model reactor head itself have been obtained and the design requirement in temperature of the model reactor head has been newly proposed to be 350 .deg. C. For any elevated temperature conditions in STELLA-2, it was confirmed that the model reactor head generally satisfied the requirement. The CFD database constructed from this study will be used to optimize geometric parameters such as thicknesses and/or types of the insulator.

  9. StellaR: A software to translate Stella models into R open-source environment

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    Naimi, N.; Voinov, A.

    2012-01-01

    Stella is a popular system dynamics modeling tool, which helps to put together conceptual diagrams and converts them into numeric computer models. Although it can be very useful, especially in participatory modeling, it lacks the power and flexibility of a programming language. This paper presents

  10. Modeling ecological and economic systems with STELLA : Part III

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    Costanza, Robert; Voinov, Alexey

    2001-01-01

    This special issue contains a group of eight modeling studies covering a range of ecological and economic systems and problems. The models were all developed using Stella®, an icon-based software package specifically designed for dynamic systems modeling. Models included in the special issue were

  11. STELLA and SPINE data transmission experiments preliminary results and conclusions

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    Bartholome, P; Scanlan, J O

    1981-01-01

    Discusses the CERN-based proposal for a single experiment, Satellite Transmission Experiment Linking Laboratories (STELLA) and the ESA experimental programme SPINE (Space Informatics Network Experiments). Both projects are examples of experiments to explore the capability and utility of high speed data transmission by satellite, and used the European OTS. (2 refs).

  12. Using STELLA Simulation Models to Teach Natural Resource Economics

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    Dissanayake, Sahan T. M.

    2016-01-01

    In this article, the author discusses how graphical simulation models created using STELLA software can be used to present natural resource systems in an intuitive way in undergraduate natural resource economics classes based on his experiences at a leading research university, a state university, and a leading liberal arts college in the United…

  13. Introduction of Sodium Fire Extinguishing System for STELLA-1

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    Gam, Dayoung; Kim, Jong-Man; Jung, Min-Hwan; Eoh, Jae-Hyuk; Jeong, Eoh Jiyoung

    2015-01-01

    This characteristic is a big advantage as a thermal transfer fluid. However, the high reactivity of sodium, especially with water and oxygen, and white aerosol in the event of fire can cause serious accidents. Thus, large sodium facility needs a specific-developed fire extinguishing system for a safe experiment. Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) has conducted sodium heat transfer experiments using the facility named the Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment (STELLA-1). STELLA-1 fully equipped a sodium fire extinguishing system for the safe experiment and fire spread prevention. In this paper, a preparation of the fire extinguishing system of STELLA-1 facility is introduced. This paper can provide an example of how to design a sodium fire extinguishing system for a large sodium experiment facility. In this paper, a preparation of the fire extinguishment system for STELLA-1 as a large sodium experiment facility was introduced and explained. For safe operation of the liquid sodium utility, it is important to equip specific-developed fire extinguishing system because of the chemical characteristics of sodium. Operators should know the process and operating manual before conducting an experiment to prevent hazardous situation. Though the dry chemical extinguishing agent put out the fire target, removing agent at high temperature state can cause re-combustion. Thus, extinguishment confirmation work should be conducted after sufficient cooling time to stabilize the surface. And in case of fire at a sealed room, a method making the percentage of oxygen low(injecting nitrogen gas or argon gas) is effective

  14. Introduction of Sodium Fire Extinguishing System for STELLA-1

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    Gam, Dayoung; Kim, Jong-Man; Jung, Min-Hwan; Eoh, Jae-Hyuk; Jeong, Eoh Jiyoung [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    This characteristic is a big advantage as a thermal transfer fluid. However, the high reactivity of sodium, especially with water and oxygen, and white aerosol in the event of fire can cause serious accidents. Thus, large sodium facility needs a specific-developed fire extinguishing system for a safe experiment. Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) has conducted sodium heat transfer experiments using the facility named the Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment (STELLA-1). STELLA-1 fully equipped a sodium fire extinguishing system for the safe experiment and fire spread prevention. In this paper, a preparation of the fire extinguishing system of STELLA-1 facility is introduced. This paper can provide an example of how to design a sodium fire extinguishing system for a large sodium experiment facility. In this paper, a preparation of the fire extinguishment system for STELLA-1 as a large sodium experiment facility was introduced and explained. For safe operation of the liquid sodium utility, it is important to equip specific-developed fire extinguishing system because of the chemical characteristics of sodium. Operators should know the process and operating manual before conducting an experiment to prevent hazardous situation. Though the dry chemical extinguishing agent put out the fire target, removing agent at high temperature state can cause re-combustion. Thus, extinguishment confirmation work should be conducted after sufficient cooling time to stabilize the surface. And in case of fire at a sealed room, a method making the percentage of oxygen low(injecting nitrogen gas or argon gas) is effective.

  15. STELLA: 10 years of robotic observations on Tenerife

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    Weber, Michael; Granzer, Thomas; Strassmeier, Klaus G.

    2016-07-01

    STELLA is a robotic observatory on Tenerife housing two 1.2m robotic telescopes. One telescope is fibre-feeding a high-resolution (R=55,000) échelle spectrograph (SES), while the other telescope is equipped with a visible wide- field (FOV=22' x 22') imaging instrument (WiFSIP). Robotic observations started mid 2006, and the primary scientific driver is monitoring of stellar-activity related phenomena. The STELLA Control System (SCS) software package was originally tailored to the STELLA roll-off style building and high-resolution spectroscopy, but was extended over the years to support the wide-field imager, an off-axis guider for the imager, separate acquisition telescopes, classical domes, and targets-of-opportunity. The SCS allows for unattended, off-line operation of the observatory, targets can be uploaded at any time and are selected based on merit-functions in real-time (dispatch scheduling). We report on the current status of the observatory and the current capabilities of the SCS.

  16. Beyond Externalising and Finalising Definitions: Standards for Teachers of English Language and Literacy in Australia (STELLA)

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    Doecke, Brenton

    2007-01-01

    This article explores issues relating to the development of the Standards for Teachers of English Language and Literacy in Australia (STELLA). STELLA is the product of work by members of the Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) and the Australian Literacy Educators' Association (ALEA), the two key professional bodies in…

  17. Staged electron laser accelerator (STELLA) experiment at brookhaven ATF

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    Pogorelsky, I V; Steenbergen, A van; Gallardo, J C [Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY (United States); and others

    1998-03-01

    The STELLA experiment is being prepared at the BNL Accelerator Test Facility (STF). The goal of the experiment is to demonstrate quasi-monochromatic inverse Cherenkov acceleration (ICA) of electrons bunched to the laser wavelength period. Microbunches on the order of 2 {mu}m in length separated by 10.6 {mu}m will be produced using an inverse free electron laser (IFEL) accelerator driven by a CO{sub 2} laser. The design and simulations for two phases of this experiment including demonstration of 10 MeV and 100 MeV acceleration are presented. (author)

  18. Projet ViscoMatData

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    ENGUENG,; ABIB,

    2009-01-01

    ViscoMatData est un logiciel extranet d'une gestion d'une base de données multilingue sur les propriétés des matériaux viscoélastiques des chaussées. Ce rapport constitue l'un des livrables de la deuxième partie de ce projet. Pour présenter le travail réalisé durant cette deuxième partie, nous commencerons par faire un rappel sur le contexte du projet et le projet et le projet lui-même. Puis, nous nous intéresserons à l'architecture mise en place pour le développement, la réalisation et nous ...

  19. Automation Hardware & Software for the STELLA Robotic Telescope

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    Weber, M.; Granzer, Th.; Strassmeier, K. G.

    The STELLA telescope (a joint project of the AIP, Hamburger Sternwarte and the IAC) is to operate in fully robotic mode, with no human interaction necessary for regular operation. Thus, the hardware must be kept as simple as possible to avoid unnecessary failures, and the environmental conditions must be monitored accurately to protect the telescope in case of bad weather. All computers are standard PCs running Linux, and communication with specialized hardware is done via a RS232/RS485 bus system. The high level (java based) control software consists of independent modules to ease bug-tracking and to allow the system to be extended without changing existing modules. Any command cycle consists of three messages, the actual command sent from the central node to the operating device, an immediate acknowledge, and a final done message, both sent back from the receiving device to the central node. This reply-splitting allows a direct distinction between communication problems (no acknowledge message) and hardware problems (no or a delayed done message). To avoid bug-prone packing of all the sensor-analyzing software into a single package, each sensor-reading and interaction with other sensors is done within a self-contained thread. Weather-decision making is therefore totally decoupled from the core control software to avoid dead-locks in the core module.

  20. Laser Wakefield Acceleration Driven by a CO2 Laser (STELLA-LW) - Final Report

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    Kimura, Wayne D

    2008-06-27

    The original goals of the Staged Electron Laser Acceleration – Laser Wakefield (STELLA-LW) program were to investigate two new methods for laser wakefield acceleration (LWFA). In pseudo-resonant LWFA (PR-LWFA), a laser pulse experiences nonlinear pulse steepening while traveling through the plasma. This steepening allows the laser pulse to generate wakefields even though the laser pulse length is too long for resonant LWFA to occur. For the conditions of this program, PR-LWFA requires a minimum laser peak power of 3 TW and a low plasma density (10^16 cm^-3). Seeded self-modulated LWFA (seeded SM-LWFA) combines LWFA with plasma wakefield acceleration (PWFA). An ultrashort (~100 fs) electron beam bunch acts as a seed in a plasma to form a wakefield via PWFA. This wakefield is subsequently amplified by the laser pulse through a self-modulated LWFA process. At least 1 TW laser power and, for a ~100-fs bunch, a plasma density ~10^17 cm^-3 are required. STELLA-LW was located on Beamline #1 at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Accelerator Test Facility (ATF). The ATF TW CO2 laser served as the driving laser beam for both methods. For PR-LWFA, a single bunch was to probe the wakefield produced by the laser beam. For seeded SM-LWFA, the ATF linac would produce two bunches, where the first would be the seed and the second would be the witness. A chicane would compress the first bunch to enable it to generate wakefields via PWFA. The plasma source was a short-length, gas-filled capillary discharge with the laser beam tightly focused in the center of the capillary, i.e., no laser guiding was used, in order to obtain the needed laser intensity. During the course of the program, several major changes had to be made. First, the ATF could not complete the upgrade of the CO2 laser to the 3 TW peak power needed for the PR-LWFA experiment. Therefore, the PR-LWFA experiment had to be abandoned leaving only the seeded SM-LWFA experiment. Second, the ATF discovered that the

  1. Conceptual Design of Liquid Sodium Charging and Draining System of STELLA-2

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    Cho, Chungho; Nam, Ho-Yun; Kim, Jong-Man; Ko, Yung Joo; Kim, Byeongyeon; Cho, Youngil; Eoh, Jeahyuk; Yoon, Jung; Kim, Hyungmo; Lee, Hyeong-Yeon; Lee, Yong Bum; Jeong, Ji-Young; Kim, Jong-Bum [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2016-10-15

    STELLA program consist of two phases. In the first phase of the program, separated effects tests for demonstrating the thermal-hydraulic performances of major components such as a decay heat exchanger (DHX), Natural-draft sodium-to-air heat exchanger (AHX) of the decay heat removal system, and mechanical sodium pump of the primary heat transport system (PHTS) had been successfully performed using STELLA-1 in 2015. Now is the time for us to proceed to the second phase of STELLA program. In the second phase, to demonstrate thermal-hydraulic performances and safety features and to produce base data for the specific design approval for the PGSFR (Prototype Generation IV Sodium-cooled Fast Reactor) which will be constructed by 2028 in Korea, integral effects tests will be carried out using the STELLA-2 test facility which is underway with detailed design and will be constructed in 2018. To establish the maintenance easiness of test facility and to prevent a de-functionalization of elementary sodium component located under the main experimental sodium loops, arrangement area was separated the sodium charging and draining piping area from main system experimental piping area. The operation margin of test facility and the best use of electro-magnetic pumps were established according to employ connecting line between RV charging piping and main experimental system charging piping. To prevent liquid sodium inflow into the piping of gas supply system, the overflow line was employed in sodium expansion tanks of PHDRS and ADHRS, RV, and reservoirs of IHTS.

  2. Conceptual Design of Liquid Sodium Charging and Draining System of STELLA-2

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    Cho, Chungho; Nam, Ho-Yun; Kim, Jong-Man; Ko, Yung Joo; Kim, Byeongyeon; Cho, Youngil; Eoh, Jeahyuk; Yoon, Jung; Kim, Hyungmo; Lee, Hyeong-Yeon; Lee, Yong Bum; Jeong, Ji-Young; Kim, Jong-Bum

    2016-01-01

    STELLA program consist of two phases. In the first phase of the program, separated effects tests for demonstrating the thermal-hydraulic performances of major components such as a decay heat exchanger (DHX), Natural-draft sodium-to-air heat exchanger (AHX) of the decay heat removal system, and mechanical sodium pump of the primary heat transport system (PHTS) had been successfully performed using STELLA-1 in 2015. Now is the time for us to proceed to the second phase of STELLA program. In the second phase, to demonstrate thermal-hydraulic performances and safety features and to produce base data for the specific design approval for the PGSFR (Prototype Generation IV Sodium-cooled Fast Reactor) which will be constructed by 2028 in Korea, integral effects tests will be carried out using the STELLA-2 test facility which is underway with detailed design and will be constructed in 2018. To establish the maintenance easiness of test facility and to prevent a de-functionalization of elementary sodium component located under the main experimental sodium loops, arrangement area was separated the sodium charging and draining piping area from main system experimental piping area. The operation margin of test facility and the best use of electro-magnetic pumps were established according to employ connecting line between RV charging piping and main experimental system charging piping. To prevent liquid sodium inflow into the piping of gas supply system, the overflow line was employed in sodium expansion tanks of PHDRS and ADHRS, RV, and reservoirs of IHTS

  3. From the Outside In: Getting Physical with Exercises Inspired by Stella Adler and Uta Hagen.

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    Miller, Bruce

    2002-01-01

    Proposes that teaching students to find and play appropriate actions helps them tell the story of a play and create character better than if they focused on emotions. Discusses Stella Adler and Uta Hagen, two acting teachers who advocated this physical approach. Presents two exercises: "justify and connect," and "enter a room." (PM)

  4. Heat transfer performance test of PDHRS heat exchangers of PGSFR using STELLA-1 facility

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    Hong, Jonggan, E-mail: hong@kaeri.re.kr; Yeom, Sujin; Eoh, Jae-Hyuk; Lee, Tae-Ho; Jeong, Ji-Young

    2017-03-15

    Highlights: • Heat transfer performance test of heat exchangers of PGSFR PDHRS is conducted using STELLA-1 facility. • Steady-state test results of DHX and AHX show good agreement with theoretical results of design codes. • Design codes for DHX and AHX are validated by STELLA-1 experimental results. • Heat transport capability of DHX and AHX is turned out to be satisfactory for reliable plant operation. - Abstract: The STELLA-1 facility was designed and constructed to carry out separate effect tests of the decay heat exchanger (DHX) and natural draft sodium-to-air heat exchanger (AHX), which are key components of the safety-grade decay heat removal system in PGSFR. The DHX is a sodium-to-sodium heat exchanger with a straight tube arrangement, and the AHX is a sodium-to-air heat exchanger with a helically coiled tube arrangement. The model heat exchangers in STELLA-1 have been designed to meet their own similitude conditions from the prototype ones, of which scale ratios were set to be unity in height (or length) and 1/2.5 in heat transfer rate. Consequently, the overall heat transfer coefficients and log-mean temperature differences of the prototypes have been preserved as well. The steady-state test results for each model heat exchanger obtained from STELLA-1 showed good agreement with the theoretical results of the computer design codes for thermal-sizing and a performance analysis of the DHX and AHX. In the DHX result comparison, the discrepancies in the heat transfer rate ranged from −4.4% to 2.0%, and in the AHX result comparison, they ranged from −11.1% to 12.6%. Therefore, the first step in thermal design codes validation for sodium heat exchangers, e.g., DHX and AHX, has been successfully completed with the experimental database obtained from STELLA-1. In addition, the heat transfer performance of the DHX and AHX was found to be satisfactory enough to secure a reliable decay heat removal performance.

  5. Fusion cross section measurements of astrophysical interest for light heavy ions systems within the STELLA project

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    Fruet Guillaume

    2017-01-01

    The experimental setup composed of an ultra high vacuum reaction chamber, a set of 3 silicon strip detectors, up to 36 LaBr3(Ce scintillators from the UK FATIMA collaboration, and a fast rotating target system will be described. The 12C+12C fusion reaction has been studied from Elab = 11 to 5.6 MeV using STELLA at the Andromède facility in Orsay, France. Preliminary commissioning results are presented in this article.

  6. Fondements du projet urbain ; enjeux et processus

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    Tabouret , René

    1989-01-01

    Ce rapport retrace l’émergence et la formalisation progressive du concept de projet urbain dans le cadre de l’Ecole d’Architecture de Strasbourg sur une décennie (1978-1988), à l’épreuve de projets contrastés (villes de Mulhouse, St Denis, Strasbourg) et de la participation au Seminario Internazionale de Arquitectura Contemporanea (sessions de Barcelone, Naples et Belfort). La projet urbain y est identifié comme ‘intervention dans le processus complexe de (trans)formation de la ville’ ; ceci ...

  7. In corpo due anime: La chiave a stella tra finzione, testimonianza e antropologia

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    Emanuele Caon

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available La chiave a stella viene, appena pubblicato, investito da un dibattito molto vivace dovuto alla carica polemica che sembrava assumere il testo rispetto al tema del lavoro. Anche la critica letteraria si concentra su questo aspetto, oltre che sulle qualità linguistiche dell’opera. Mantenendo come punto fermo che la scelta del tema in Levi è centrale quanto la sua elaborazione artistica, si tenterà di dimostrare le qualità anzitutto letterarie del romanzo e solo alla fine si valuterà il suo motivo dominante. L’analisi inizia dalle strutture narrative, ovvero sulla capacità di Levi di saldare insieme i vari racconti nella forma romanzo, per passare poi alla rielaborazione della funzione testimoniale a scopi prettamente finzionali; argomento valido a erodere l’immagine stereotipata di Levi come il testimone del Lager per sbilanciarla maggiormente verso quella dello scrittore. Infine, sempre tenendo presente l’intera opera leviana, si affronta il tema del lavoro all’interno del romanzo, spesso accusato di risentire troppo dell’ideologia autoriale. L’ipotesi di ricerca è che Levi compia un percorso di scavo antropologico servendosi degli strumenti dell’invenzione letteraria e dell’elaborazione stilistica. Sono la distanza tra autore e personaggio e l’uso della figuralità letteraria a consentire a La chiave a stella di contraddire, almeno in parte, il controllo del proprio autore. Il romanzo si apre, dunque, alla polisemia e svela le sue capacità di durata nel tempo e di prefigurazione rispetto alla nuova configurazione post-fordista. The publication of La chiave a stella (1978 stirred an immediate and animated debate due to its polemic tones with regard to the theme of work. Indeed, beside the linguistic concerns, literary critics also focused on such theme. By starting from the assumption that Levi’s thematic choice is as fundamental as its artistic re-elaboration, the present contribution aims to emphasize primarily

  8. Participation en projets et dissonance cognitive des beneficiaires en ...

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    Participation en projets et dissonance cognitive des beneficiaires en Afrique : la symbolique des paradoxes de la double contrainte institutionnelle dans la mise en oeuvre d'un projet de developpement au Benin.

  9. Le projet de station touristique

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    Vlès, Vincent

    1996-01-01

    Cet ouvrage traite du savoir-faire du technicien, de l'ingénieur, du directeur d'office de tourisme qui façonne, depuis maintenant près de trois décennies, le territoire local de la production touristique : la station. Il analyse les stratégies, les mises en œuvre, les pratiques de l'aménagement et du développement touristique. Il propose une construction du projet de station, méthode qui est l'aboutissement d'expériences de terrain. Il présente un guide des interventions. Il décrit des modes...

  10. Validation of intermediate heat and decay heat exchanger model in MARS-LMR with STELLA-1 and JOYO tests

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    Choi, Chiwoong; Ha, Kwiseok; Hong, Jonggan; Yeom, Sujin; Eoh, Jaehyuk [Sodium-cooled Fast Reactor Design Division, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), 989-111, Daedeok-Daero, Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon 305-353 (Korea, Republic of); Jeong, Hae-yong, E-mail: hyjeong@sejong.ac.kr [Department of Nuclear Engineering, Sejong University, 209 Neungdong-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-747 (Korea, Republic of)

    2016-11-15

    Highlights: • The capability of the MARS-LMR for heat transfer through IHX and DHX is evaluated. • Prediction of heat transfer through IHXs and DHXs is essential in the SFR analysis. • Data obtained from the STELLA-1 and the JOYO test are analyzed with the MARS-LMR. • MARS-LMR adopts the Aoki’s correlation for tube side and Graber-Rieger’s for shell. • The performance of the basic models and other available correlations is evaluated. • The current models in MARS-LMR show best prediction for JOYO and STELLA-1 data. - Abstract: The MARS-LMR code has been developed by the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) to analyze transients in a pool-type sodium-cooled fast reactor (SFR). Currently, KAERI is developing a prototype Gen-IV SFR (PGSFR) with metallic fuel. The decay heat exchangers (DHXs) and the intermediate heat exchangers (IHXs) were designed as a sodium-sodium counter-flow tube bundle type for decay heat removal system (DHRS) and intermediate heat transport system (IHTS), respectively. The IHX and DHX are important components for a heat removal function under normal and accident conditions, respectively. Therefore, sodium heat transfer models for the DHX and IHX heat exchangers were added in MARS-LMR. In order to validate the newly added heat transfer model, experimental data were obtained from the JOYO and STELLA-1 facilities were analyzed. JOYO has two different types of IHXs: type-A (co-axial circular arrangement) and type-B (triangular arrangement). For the code validation, 38 and 39 data points for type A and type B were selected, respectively. A DHX performance test was conducted in STELLA-1, which is the test facility for heat exchangers and primary pump in the PGSFR. The DHX test in STELLA-1 provided eight data points for a code validation. Ten nodes are used in the heat transfer region is used, based on the verification test for the heat transfer models. RMS errors for JOYO IHX type A and type B of 19.1% and 4.3% are obtained

  11. Co-existence of Endometriotic Cyst of the Ovary and Arias-Stella Reaction in a Non-Pregnant Woman: Report of a Rare Case.

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    Harikrishnan, Volga; Esaki, Muthuvel; Srinivasan, Chitra; Arockiasamy, Parimala; Ethirajan, Shanthi

    2016-03-01

    Endometriosis is defined as presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus. It can occur anywhere in the ovary. In the ovary it is usually presented as cyst, termed as endometriotic cyst or Chocolate cyst. Arias-Stella reaction is usually seen in gestational endometrium or in ectopic gestation site and rarely in non-pregnant uterus with hormonal intake. Co-existence of endometriosis and Arias-Stella reaction is very rare. We present a very rare case of endometriotic cyst of the ovary exhibiting Arias -Stella reaction which was seen in of non pregnant patient without any history of hormonal intake.

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    ... santé de l'Ouganda (UHIN), ainsi que le Projet d'interventions essentielles en santé en Tanzanie (PIEST) (projet no 102240). Date de début : 24 mars 2006. End Date: 23 mars 2008. Sujet: COMPUTER PROGRAMS, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, HEALTH SERVICES, HEALTH SURVEYS, ...

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION, Gender. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Transformer les territoires (Amérique latine). Projet. Ce projet vise à appuyer des politiques et des programmes qui créent de meilleures occasions et qui ...

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    Ce projet aidera les entreprises appartenant à des femmes à accéder aux marchés mondiaux et à améliorer les perspectives de croissance. WEConnect International, un organisme important de certification international pour les entreprises appartenant à des femmes, dirige le projet. L'organisme aide les entreprises ...

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    ... santé de l'Ouganda (UHIN), ainsi que le Projet d'interventions essentielles en santé en Tanzanie (PIEST) (projet no 102240). Date de début : 24 mars 2006. End Date: 23 mars 2008. Sujet: COMPUTER PROGRAMS, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, HEALTH SERVICES, HEALTH SURVEYS, ...

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION, Gender. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Transformer les territoires (Amérique latine). Projet. Ce projet vise à appuyer des politiques et des programmes qui créent de meilleures occasions et qui ...

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION, Gender. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Transformer les territoires (Amérique latine). Projet. Ce projet vise à appuyer des politiques et des programmes qui créent de meilleures occasions et qui ...

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION, Gender. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Transformer les territoires (Amérique latine). Projet. Ce projet vise à appuyer des politiques et des programmes qui créent de meilleures occasions et qui ...

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION, Gender. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Transformer les territoires (Amérique latine). Projet. Ce projet vise à appuyer des politiques et des programmes qui créent de meilleures occasions et qui ...

  20. Le développement de projets en Bolivie

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    Ce mémoire traite des projets, de leur développement. Qu’est-ce qu’un projet ? Comment est-il créé ? Le développement de projet est un domaine complexe. Au fil des pages, nous présentons une définition du projet, ainsi que deux manières différentes de le conduire. Ce mémoire parle également de la Bolivie. Nous y découvrirons une autre culture, une autre manière de penser, d’agir, de vivre. Dans ce travail, nous tentons de mettre en évidence comment le développement de projet s’insère da...

  1. O jornal Stella d’Italia e a defesa da escola étnica italiana (1902-1904 - Stella d’Italia newspaper and the defense of ethnic italian school (1902-1904

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    Full Text Available O artigo analisa dois elementos recorrentes nas edições dos três primeiros anos do jornal porto-alegrense Stella d’Italia (1902-1904, editado em italiano, a saber: o descontentamento com relação ao estado em que se encontrava a instrução entre os italianos e ítalos-brasileiros em Porto Alegre e a polêmica com o cônsul italiano Enrico Ciapelli, que resultou na suspensão do envio de material às escolas italianas, mantidas pelas sociedades italianas apoiadoras do jornal. A polêmica, não relatada nos relatórios oficiais do cônsul, teve como elemento detonador a acusação, sustentada pelo editor do jornal, de que o cônsul pouco se interessava pela escola italiana e pelos compatriotas. Considerando-se a escassa literatura sobre as escolas étnicas italianas de Porto Alegre, o jornal Stella d’Italia tem particular importância pelo destaque frequente à temática da educação e pela marcante opinião e zelo do editor, Adelchi Colnaghi, pela escola étnica italiana. Os apelos e considerações de Colnaghi na defesa da escola italiana, seu diagnóstico sobre as dificuldades da mesma, bem como o estado da educação entre os italianos em Porto Alegre foi reiterado, muitas vezes, nas páginas do jornal. Colnaghi estava convencido da importância da escola italiana, mas na perspectiva do jornal pouco se fez pela mesma e, às vezes, se fez contra.Palavras-chave: Stella d’Italia, Adelchi Colnaghi, Enrico Ciapelli, escolas étnicas italianas. STELLA D’ITALIA NEWSPAPER AND THE DEFENSE  OF ETHNIC ITALIAN SCHOOL (1902-1904AbstractThis article analyses two recurrent elements on the three first-year issues (1902-1904 of Stella d’Italia, a Porto Alegre’s newspaper edited in italian, specifically the dissatisfaction with the condition of the Italian education in Porto Alegre, and the fuss involving the Italian consul Enrico Ciapelli, which resulted in the interruption of school materials being delivered to italian schools kept by the

  2. Tunisie : tous les projets | Page 2 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    Jeunes, politique et médias : enjeux de légitimités dans la Tunisie postrévolutionnaire. Projet ... Région: Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Tunisia, Yemen ... ADMINISTRATION, PRIVATE SECTOR, Economic and social development, POLICY MAKING.

  3. Design and Integrity Evaluation of High-temperature Piping Systems in the STELLA-2 Sodium Test Facility

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    Son, Seok-Kwon; Lee, Hyeong-Yeon; Eoh, JaeHyuk; Kim, Jong-Bum; Jeong, Ji-Young [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of); Ju, Yong-Sun [KOASIS Inc., Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2016-09-15

    In this study, elevated temperature design and integrity evaluation have been conducted using two different piping design codes for the high-temperature piping systems of sodium integral effect test loop for safety simulation and assessment(STELLA-2) being developed by KAERI(Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute). The design code of ASME B31.1 for power piping and French nuclear grade piping design guideline, RCC-MRx RD-3600 were applied, and conservatism of those codes was quantified based on the piping integrity evaluation results. The piping system of Model DHRS, Model IHTS and PSLS are to be installed in STELLA-2. The integrity evaluation results for the three piping systems according to the two design codes showed that integrity of the piping system was confirmed. As a code comparison result, ASME B31.1 was shown to be more conservative for sustained loads while RD-3600 was more conservative for thermal loads compared to B31.1.

  4. Le FIVB annonce le financement de cinq autres projets | CRDI ...

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    10 avr. 2018 ... En partenariat avec la Fondation Bill et Melinda Gates et Affaires mondiales Canada, le CRDI est heureux d'annoncer la prochaine série de projets soutenus par le Fonds d'innovation en matière de vaccins pour le bétail (FIVB). À ce jour, 11 projets ont obtenu un financement total de 13,6 millions de CAD ...

  5. bangladesh : tous les projets | Page 2 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    Adaptation, eau et résilience dans l'Himalaya. Projet. Ce projet de recherche permettra à des femmes, des hommes et des enfants pauvres et vulnérables de faire face et de s'adapter aux changements climatiques dans la région asiatique de l'Hindu Kush-Himalaya. Sujet: ADAPTATION, Gender. Région: Bangladesh, India ...

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    Région: Morocco, Niger, Canada. Financement total : CA$ 2,500,000.00. Baromètre de la démocratie dans le monde arabe. Projet. L'équipe du projet Arab Barometer de l'Université du Michigan s'associe à l'Arab Reform Initiative pour réaliser la deuxième vague d'enquêtes aux fins de l'Arab Democracy Barometer.

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    Comprendre l'expérience des femmes dans l'exploitation minière artisanale et à petite échelle en Afrique centrale et en Afrique orientale. Projet. Ce projet fournira des ... La maladie du jaunissement continue de menacer les récoltes de noix de coco et les revenus des agriculteurs de Côte d'Ivoire. Date de début : 20 mai ...

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    Comprendre l'expérience des femmes dans l'exploitation minière artisanale et à petite échelle en Afrique centrale et en Afrique orientale. Projet. Ce projet fournira des ... La maladie du jaunissement continue de menacer les récoltes de noix de coco et les revenus des agriculteurs de Côte d'Ivoire. Date de début : 20 mai ...

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    Mama na Mtoto : Obstacles et facteurs favorables à l'équité des sexes et au déploiement en Tanzanie (ISMEA). Projet. En Tanzanie, un projet surnommé populairement « MamaToto » (mère-bébé) renforce les capacités locales visant à améliorer la santé des mères, des nouveau-nés et des enfants (SMNE). Sujet: Gender.

  10. Argentina : tous les projets | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ ... Évaluation de la dynamique de la transmission du Zika et des stratégies d'atténuation. Projet. Depuis qu'il a été détecté ... La lutte contre l'inégalité en ligne : Mettre les plateformes numériques au service du développement inclusif. Projet. Les plateformes en ...

  11. Le Projet d’Ole Lando sur les Contrats

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    En 2016 le projet de recherche le plus important jusqu’à présent sur le droit nordique des contrats a pris fin et un livre, de presque 400 pages, en a marqué l’aboutissement. Le résultat du projet est un « restatement » tel qu’il existe aux États-Unis. Le Restatement porte sur les règles et les...

  12. Book review: Stella Souvatzi and Athena Hadji (eds. Space and Time in Mediterranean Prehistory (Routledge Studies in Archaeology

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    Full Text Available The collection of papers Space and Time in Medi- terranean Prehistory is an outcome of the collabo- ration between Stella Souvatzi, who regularly writes on spatiality within social archaeological themes such as households, as in her recent book A Social Archaeology of Households in Neolithic Greece, and Athena Hadji, whose Berkeley PhD thesis was entitled on The Construction of Time in Aegean Archaeology. The editors invited researchers from a predominantly interpretative (post-processual ar- chaeological tradition who deal with Mediterranean prehistory and included a few selected revised contributions to the similarly named session at the 16th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in the Hague. The collection of papers contains 15 chapters by archaeologists, anthropologists and an architect.

  13. Chili : tous les projets | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Région: Chile, Colombia, Mexico. Programme: Agriculture et sécurité alimentaire. Financement total : CA$ 5,230,900.00. Le rôle du secteur privé dans la réduction de la corruption en Amérique latine. Projet. Dans le cadre de ce projet, on étudiera les efforts déployés par le secteur privé pour améliorer la conformité aux lois ...

  14. Evaluation des risques-projet par une approche AHP/WPM: Application à un projet réel BTP

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    International audience; La complexité et l'incertitude de l'environnement sont à l'origine de nouveaux défis auxquels les entreprises du domaine BTP font face quotidiennement. La maîtrise des paramètres des projets devient donc une nécessité pour leur pérennité. L'objectif du management des risques est de maîtriser ces paramètres pendant toutes les phases du projet. Il s'appuie sur un processus continu et itératif permettant successivement d'identifier et analyser les risques encourus, les év...

  15. The Self-Calibration Test of flowmeter installed in STELLA(Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment) facility

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    Jung, Minhwan; Jeong, Ji-Young [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-10-15

    The objective of this study is to describe the procedure of the self-calibration test for the flowmeters and to analyze the result of the test. In this work, the test procedure of the self-calibration of two flowmeters (FT-101, FT-102) installed in STELLA facility was described and the test result was analyzed. In regard to the long-term SFR development plan, a large-scale sodium thermal-hydraulic test project is being progressed by KAERI. This project is called STELLA (Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment), and it is proceeding by adopting the QA (Quality Assurance) program. Due to the specificity of an experiment using sodium(Na) categorized as Class 3(pyrophoric material and water-prohibiting substance) by the Safety Control of Dangerous Substances Act, it is necessary to apply QA in consideration of the sodium experiment environment in certain parts. The one of them is about calibration of measuring instrument such as a flowmeter, thermocouple and pressure gauge. It is described in the QAP (Quality Assurance Procedures) of KAERI that calibration work should be conducted in accordance with self-calibration procedures in a special case where conventional calibration is not practicable. The calibration of two flowmeters (FT-101, FT-102) installed in STELLA facility is the typical example. As a result of test, it was confirmed that the flowmeters meet the pass criterion. Therefore, it was concluded that the flowmeters maintain instrument capacity a year ago.

  16. The EL 3 project; Projet EL 3

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    This report describes the physical problems encountered during the EL3 pile project: choice of fuel elements, estimation of the most favourable lattice, neutron flux distribution, perturbations produced by experimental installations. In an enriched high flux pile an important factor is the production of heat in the regions outside the core, and particular attention has been given to this question. Problems of radioactivity are studied next: activity of the heavy water circuit, performance of the gaskets, activity of the air circuit, doses in the neighbourhood of the evacuation chimney. The control system is described, and the reasons which led to the choice of its characteristics; the possibility of using the neutrons absorbed by the control rods to obtain useful isotopes has been considered. Next the problem of heat transfer between the canning and the cooling fluid is studied; this problem is essential in a high-flux low-temperature pile,and to solve it experiments had to be carried out on electrically heated elements. Finally security problems are discussed, particularly the choice of the scaled container which, is the event of an accidental power surge producing a bust in the tank, would confine the activity released. The charge foreseen originally was made up of uranium enriched to 1.4 per cent and mixed with 5/1000 of aluminium by weight. The first charge used consisted of uranium enriched to 1.35 per cent and combined with 1.5 per cent by weight of molybdenum, which means increasing the critical masses calculated in this project. (author) [French] On decrit dans ce rapport les problemes physiques rencontres au cours du projet de la pile EL3: choix des elements combustibles, optimisation du reseau, repartition du flux de neutrons, perturbations apportees par les dispositifs experimentaux. Dans une pile enrichie, a haut flux, le degagement de chaleur dans les regions exterieures au coeur est important, on s'est particulierement attache a ce probleme. On etudie

  17. Jordan : tous les projets | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Le projet vise à produire des connaissances sur les perceptions et les ... Sujet: BRAIN, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, CANCER, THERAPY, ... Sujet: HUMAN RIGHTS, GENDER EQUALITY, DEMOCRATIZATION, CULTURAL RELATIONS ... Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Yemen, ...

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    Le projet vise à produire des connaissances sur les perceptions et les ... Sujet: BRAIN, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, CANCER, THERAPY, ... Sujet: HUMAN RIGHTS, GENDER EQUALITY, DEMOCRATIZATION, CULTURAL RELATIONS ... Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Yemen, ...

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    Région: Argentina, South America, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, North and Central America, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 352,841.00. Participation sociale à la santé au sein du MERCOSUR. Projet. Avec l'aide du CRDI, l'Instituto de la Salud, Medio Ambiente, Economia y ...

  20. Voir tous les projets | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Ce projet de recherche permettra à des femmes, des hommes et des enfants pauvres et vulnérables de faire face et de s'adapter aux changements climatiques dans la région asiatique de l'Hindu Kush-Himalaya. Sujet(s): ADAPTATION. Région(s): Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan. Financement total : CA$ 13,500,000.00.

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    Ce projet vise à atténuer l'insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition en Colombie. Sujet: AGRICULTURE, MALNUTRITION. Région: Colombia, Canada. Programme: Agriculture and Food Security. Financement total : CA$ 1,497,700.00. ​Passage à grande échelle de la production d'aliments enrichis et thérapeutiques au ...

  2. Utilisation des modules ATM pour le projet FP420

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    Le but de cette note est de résumer les premières caractéristiques de l'intégration de 2 modules ATM pour le projet FP420 (voir note technique EDMS n° 743628) ainsi que la liste des problèmes découverts à ce jour sur l

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    Évaluation de l'incidence du libre accès au droit sur la compétence des avocats. Projet. Le domaine de programme Technologies de ... Sujet: CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTATION TO CHANGE, RURAL URBAN MIGRATION, SHARED WATER RESOURCES. Région: Burkina Faso, North of Sahara, South of Sahara.

  4. Uruguay : tous les projets | Page 4 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    ... et les relations interagissant dans la diffusion, la production et l'utilisation de ... et de la communication (TIC) a élargi l'horizon des personnes handicapées, qui ... vieillissement de la population et protection sociale en Amérique latine. Projet.

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    , Mexico, Canada ... Région: North and Central America, South America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru ... Commerce, sexospécificités et équité en Amérique latine : le savoir au service de l'action politique. Projet.

  6. Philippines : tous les projets | Page 2 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    Région: Argentina, South America, Brazil, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Nepal, Far East Asia, Philippines, Uruguay, South Africa, North of Sahara, South of Sahara, ... Le projet Innovation scientifique et technologique au service des groupes à la " base de la pyramide " - Asie du Sud-Est (no 104904) que finançait le CRDI et qui ...

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    Discrimination fondée sur l'appartenance ethnique et le sexe dans les Amériques : le cas des femmes autochtones ... Programme: Gouvernance et justice ... Ce projet permettra de mener une analyse comparative des perceptions qu'ont les ...

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    Sujet: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, ACCESS TO INFORMATION, ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING. Région: Uganda, South Africa, South of Sahara. Financement total : CA$ 364,627.00. Droits d'auteur et accès au savoir en Afrique. Projet. Le débat actuel sur les politiques visant la propriété intellectuelle et sur l'incidence de ...

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    Sujet: ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, RESEARCH RESULTS, PERIODICALS. Région: South of Sahara, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa. Financement total : CA$ 128,000.00. Modernisation des marchés agroalimentaires - inclusion des petits exploitants aux marchés dynamiques. Projet. Les marchés ...

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    Sujet: TOBACCO, TOBACCO INDUSTRY, CROP DIVERSIFICATION. Région: Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Lebanon, Malawi, Viet Nam ... Mouvements transfrontaliers, migration des femmes et droits de la personne - une évaluation postcoloniale. Projet. Jusqu'à récemment, les femmes ont été exclues des analyses ...

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    Région: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru. Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ 997,200.00. Des institutions au service de villes sûres et inclusives au Venezuela. Projet. Caracas, au Venezuela, est l'une des villes les plus violentes au monde; il s'y commet ...

  12. Donato GIANNOTTI, On the Florentine Republic, edited by Théa STELLA PICQUET, Rome, Aracne, 2011

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    Lucien FAGGION

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    Full Text Available Précédée d’une introduction historique, riche et détaillée,consacrée à l’Italie au temps de la Renaissance (pp. I-LVI, l’édition du traité du Florentin Donato Giannotti (1492-1573,intitulé Della Repubblica fiorentina, composé de quatre livres, est proposée par Théa Stella Picquet, un texte d’une valeurinestimable fondé sur le manuscrit autographe (le code 230, Magliabechiano, classe XXX, qui constitue la dernière volontéde l’auteur florentin, un anti-médicéen déclaré qui passa la plus grande partie de son existence à Rome, auprès de ses protecteurs,d’abord du cardinal florentin Niccolò Ridolfi et, à la mort de celui-ci en février 1550, de François de Tournon, également cardinal.

  13. Effect of Pulsed Electric Fields on the Flavour Profile of Red-Fleshed Sweet Cherries (Prunus avium var. Stella

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    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this research was to study the effect of pulsed electric fields (PEF on the flavour profile of red-fleshed sweet cherries (Prunus avium variety Stella. The cherry samples were treated at a constant pulse frequency of 100 Hz, a constant pulse width of 20 μs, different electric field strengths between 0.3 and 2.5 kV/cm and specific energy ranging from 31 to 55 kJ/kg. Volatile compounds of samples were analysed using an automated headspace solid phase microextraction (HS–SPME method coupled with gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC–MS. A total of 33 volatile compounds were identified with benzaldehyde, hexanal, (E-2-hexenal, (Z-2-hexen-1-ol, and benzyl alcohol being the predominant volatiles in different PEF-treated samples. Aldehydes namely butanal, octanal, 2-octenal, and nonanal, and (Z-2-hexen-1-ol increased significantly 24 h after PEF treatment at electric field strengths of more than 1.0 kV/cm. Samples incubated for 24 h after PEF treatment (S3 generated higher concentrations of volatiles than samples immediately after PEF treatments (S2. Quantitative results revealed that more flavour volatiles were released and associated with S3 samples after 24 h storage and S2 samples immediately after PEF both with the highest electric field intensities. Interestingly, this study found that the PEF treatments at the applied electric field strength and energy did not result in releasing/producing undesirable flavour compounds.

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    Perception du risque et vulnérabilité des milieux humides sur la côte atlantique de l'Amérique du Sud. Projet ... Programme: Climate Change ... Les entrepreneurs migrants représentent une force appréciable au sein du secteur non structuré en Afrique australe; or, leur rôle demeure bien souvent invisible aux yeux des ...

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    Projet. Les États arabes enregistrent certains des niveaux les plus élevés de conflit armé et de dépenses militaires au monde. Sujet: Gender. Région: Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Tunisia. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 1,114,700.00. Lutter contre la radicalisation des jeunes en Tunisie au moyen de ...

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    Programme: Initiative Think tank. Financement total : CA$ 15,106,220.00. Violence chez les jeunes, crime organisé et insécurité publique (Amérique centrale, Haïti, Mexique). Projet. Il ressort de sondages d'opinion publique que la sécurité est la principale préoccupation de la population en Amérique centrale, en Haïti et au ...

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    Programme: Climate Change. Financement total : CA$ 1,200,000.00. Reconstruction après le tsunami dans ... Gestion décentralisée des déchets solides urbains en Indonésie. Projet. En Indonésie, les zones urbaines produisent 55 000 tonnes de déchets solides par jour, et on s'attend à ce que ce volume triple d'ici à 2025.

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    5 avr. 2018 ... Découvrez les derniers récents projets soutenus par le Fonds d'innovation en matière de vaccins pour le bétail : Maladie de Newcastle · Pleuropneumonie contagieuse caprine – cowdriose · Plateforme de modification génétique CRISPR/cas9 · Entérotoxémie, la bactérie Pasteurella et la fièvre de la vallée ...

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    La première phase du projet (101581) a permis la mise en place des conditions matérielles et humaines d'utilisation des technologies d'information et de la communication (TIC) comme support à l'apprentissages à l'école élémentaire Serigne Amadou Aly Mbaye (SAAM) érigée en école pilote. Date de début : 30 mars ...

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    Améliorer l'immunité innée des macrophages par la modulation des protéines tyrosine phosphatases : recensement complet des gènes encodant les protéines tyrosine phosphatases chez la souris et l'humain. Projet. Les maladies causées par une infection guérissent le plus souvent grâce à une réaction immunitaire ...

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    Améliorer l'immunité innée des macrophages par la modulation des protéines tyrosine phosphatases : recensement complet des gènes encodant les protéines tyrosine phosphatases chez la souris et l'humain. Projet. Les maladies causées par une infection guérissent le plus souvent grâce à une réaction immunitaire ...

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    Una Hakika : Porter à grande échelle les solutions numériques pour la gestion des conflits au Kenya et en Birmanie. Projet. L'information erronée, qu'elle soit le fruit de rumeurs ou d'une désinformation intentionnelle, peut alimenter le conflit et exercer de profondes répercussions sur la paix, la sécurité et la gouvernance ...

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    Financement total : CA$ 1,306,013.00. Travaux d'un chercheur invité sur la gouvernance et la corruption. Projet. La corruption représente un défi de taille pour la démocratie s'agissant de la surveillance de l'utilisation qui est faite des deniers publics, et pour le développement en général. Date de début : 26 octobre 2006.

  5. Un projet gagnant sur tous les tableaux : les moustiquaires ...

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    15 juil. 2011 ... La trousse est un des principaux éléments du projet de marketing social des moustiquaires imprégnées (connue sous le sigle anglais SMITN) lancé par ... je ne crois pas que la Tanzanie aurait eu assez de preuves pour prendre la décision d'implanter les moustiquaires imprégnées à l'échelle du pays » ...

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    Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore. Financement total : CA$ 29,200.00. Mise sur pied d'un réseau philippin de télécentres communautaires. Projet. Plus de 300 télécentres communautaires mènent actuellement leurs activités au sein d'administrations locales partout ...

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    Région: Brazil, South America, Chile, Costa Rica, North and Central America, Mexico, Uruguay. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 531,100.00. VIH/sida, mondialisation et vulnérabilité. Projet. Le VIH/sida s'est révélé un important obstacle au développement durable et à la réduction de la pauvreté ...

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 40,000.00. L'investissement étranger direct (IED) dans les pays à faible revenu et à revenu intermédiaire. Project. Dans le cadre de ce projet, les chercheurs étudieront l'impact de l'investissement étranger direct (IED) sur l'efficience économique, ...

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 221,500.00. Perception du risque et vulnérabilité des milieux humides sur la côte atlantique de l'Amérique du Sud. Projet. Des spécialistes canadiens participent à des travaux de recherche portant sur les risques auxquels sont exposés les milieux ...

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    Ce projet vise à contribuer à la résilience de l'agriculture aux changements climatiques au Costa Rica et au Brésil en élaborant des stratégies plus durables de gestion des ... La lutte contre l'inégalité en ligne : Mettre les plateformes numériques au service du développement inclusif ... Programme: Governance and Justice.

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    Affichage 1 - 10 de 122. La socialisation sexospécifique des très jeunes adolescents à l'école, et la santé sexuelle et reproductive. Projet. Les adolescents de l'Afrique subsaharienne, en particulier ceux issus de zones urbaines à faible revenu, sont très vulnérables en ce qui concerne la santé sexuelle et reproductive.

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    Ce projet produira des données probantes pour aider à orienter les stratégies de traitement chez les patients atteints de déficits de la mémoire et à réduire les symptômes associés à la maladie d'Alzheimer. Région: India, Canada, Israel. Programme: Foundations for Innovation. Financement total : CA$ 669,937.00.

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    Ce projet produira des données probantes pour aider à orienter les stratégies de traitement chez les patients atteints de déficits de la mémoire et à réduire les symptômes associés à la maladie d'Alzheimer. Région: Canada, Israel, India. Programme: Programme de recherche en santé Canada-Israël. Financement total ...

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    Région(s): India, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom. Financement total : CA$ 1,000,000.00. Améliorer l'état nutritionnel des enfants. Projet. En Afrique subsaharienne, les systèmes de santé font face à trois défis considérables : la prévalence élevée de la malnutrition chez les enfants, la hausse des maladies chroniques ...

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    Consultants. Cette catégorie comprend toutes les dépenses engagées pour retenir les services d'un consultant aux ... déplacement, d'hébergement et de subsistance, ainsi qu'aux services de soutien retenus directement ... le transport aérien et les autres dépenses afférentes aux déplacements du personnel du projet à.

  16. Le Projet hippocampe devient un important protagoniste de la ...

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    29 oct. 2012 ... Cette démarche, souligne-t-elle, a d'ailleurs permis au projet de réaliser des avancées a priori improbables dans la sphère des politiques et dans celle du commerce. Par exemple, en plus d'être parvenu à convaincre l'industrie des remèdes traditionnels chinois – le plus grand exploitant des populations ...

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    Promotion de la recherche sur l'entrepreneuriat en Asie du Sud-Est - application du Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. Projet. L'entrepreneuriat a été un facteur déterminant de la croissance et de la création d'emplois en Asie du Sud-Est. End Date: 30 décembre 2016. Sujet: Gender. Région: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, ...

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    Le but de ce projet consiste à améliorer la compréhension des complexités du mariage d'enfants et de la parentalité pour éclairer les politiques et les programmes. Sujet: Gender. Région: Ethiopia, Peru, Zambia. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 1,120,200.00. Alliance statistique pour les faits ...

  19. Agent des projets et des partenariats (h/f) | CRDI - Centre de ...

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    Gestion de projets. L'agent(e) : fournit un encadrement technique, notamment en analysant les rapports d'étape, en participant à des ateliers, en effectuant des recherches ... travaille et contribue à l'élaboration du plan de travail de la Division et du portefeuille de projets en découlant, au sein de la structure de la DPDA; et.

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    Sujet: PEACE RESEARCH, WAR, VIOLENCE, PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS. Région: India, Ireland. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 527,600.00. Droits génésiques et préférence pour les garçons en Inde - mobilisation des ressources. Projet. Ce projet vise à analyser deux manifestations des ...

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    Sujet: AIDS, HIV, PROPHYLAXIS, VACCINES, VACCINATION, Immunization. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Kenya, Canada. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 1,443,304.00. Kenya AIDS Vaccine Initiative (KAVI) : un centre d'excellence en Afrique de l'Est. Projet. Ce projet est ...

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    . Modifier l'environnement alimentaire et l'environnement bâti pour lutter contre les maladies non transmissibles en Argentine. Projet. Le présent projet consiste à évaluer le programme de promotion de la santé Healthy Municipalities and ...

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    Sujet: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, PROGRAMME EVALUATION. Région: Egypt, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Financement total : CA$ 149,233.00. Réseau sur l'économie du savoir dans les Caraïbes. Projet. Le CRDI soutient actuellement deux projets associés ...

  4. An Application Example Analysis of Quality Assurance Program for STELLA(Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment) Project

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    Jung, Minhwan; Gam, Dayoung; Eoh, Jae-Hyuk; Jeong, Ji-Young [Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-15

    KAERI has been conducting various basic R and D activities in the field of nuclear technology. In addition, KAERI is now participating in the Generation IV International Forum (GIF), preparing for the development of key technologies for Generation IV nuclear energy system, including Sodium cooled Fast Reactor (SFR) development. All of the key technologies for SFR development need an appropriate level of QA activities to achieve the GIF safety and performance objectives. Therefore, QA activities have been conducted as an essential part of the national SFR project. As a result, QAM (Quality Assurance Manual) and QAP (Quality Assurance Procedures) have been developed for the SFR project, which are based on ASME NQA-1, KEPIC QAP and the GIF Quality Management System Guidelines. In this work, the introduction background and application examples of the QA program for the STELLA project were investigated. Application of the QA for the STELLA project has great significance because the QA has been mainly applied for the nuclear power plant area in operation, which helps ensure the reliability of the test data and completeness of the research performance. Nevertheless, developing more appropriate QA procedures remains a major task because some parts of them are not applicable to the Na-experiment.

  5. An Application Example Analysis of Quality Assurance Program for STELLA(Sodium Integral Effect Test Loop for Safety Simulation and Assessment) Project

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    Jung, Minhwan; Gam, Dayoung; Eoh, Jae-Hyuk; Jeong, Ji-Young

    2015-01-01

    KAERI has been conducting various basic R and D activities in the field of nuclear technology. In addition, KAERI is now participating in the Generation IV International Forum (GIF), preparing for the development of key technologies for Generation IV nuclear energy system, including Sodium cooled Fast Reactor (SFR) development. All of the key technologies for SFR development need an appropriate level of QA activities to achieve the GIF safety and performance objectives. Therefore, QA activities have been conducted as an essential part of the national SFR project. As a result, QAM (Quality Assurance Manual) and QAP (Quality Assurance Procedures) have been developed for the SFR project, which are based on ASME NQA-1, KEPIC QAP and the GIF Quality Management System Guidelines. In this work, the introduction background and application examples of the QA program for the STELLA project were investigated. Application of the QA for the STELLA project has great significance because the QA has been mainly applied for the nuclear power plant area in operation, which helps ensure the reliability of the test data and completeness of the research performance. Nevertheless, developing more appropriate QA procedures remains a major task because some parts of them are not applicable to the Na-experiment

  6. ... stella tenax... Variations on Vanités by Brice Pauset

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    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Between 2000 and 2002, Brice Pauset composed Vanités, twenty-five fragments (for echo soprano, principal haute-contre, principal harpsichord, two echo harpsichords, theorbo, two violins, viola, cello, and contrabass that fall within the secular history of melancholy and its artistic representation. The work models after Leçons de ténèbres by Marc- Antoine Charpentier and refers to still lifes by Willem Kalf. In addition, it boasts a number of musical languages, concepts, and genres organized in cycles borrowed from other historical periods, including canons, choirs, and passacaglia. This article aims to study the libretto, its montage, its significance, and its related melancholic representation, as well as the metric organization of the work and its complex intercombinations – inspired by the Magic Square of Melancholia I and the name of its author, Albrecht Dürer. The result is a new rhetoric, which requires formal analysis, as well as an analysis of the expressive, symbolic, and metaphoric dimensions whose musical signs are holders.

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    Réduire les mariages précoces chez les réfugiées syriennes adolescentes: améliorer l'accès à l'information/services liés à la santé sexuelle. Projet. Bien que l'âge moyen du mariage soit en hausse dans le monde arabe, le taux de mariages précoces demeure élevé, surtout dans les régions où sévissent des conflits et ...

  8. STELLA Experiment - Microbunch Diagnostic

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    He, P.; Liu, Y.; Cline, D. B.; Babzien, M.; Gallardo, J. C.; Kusche, K. P.; Pogorelsky, I. V.; Skaritka, J.; van Steenbergen, A.; Yakimenko, V.; Kimura, W. D.

    1998-07-01

    A microbunch diagnostic system is built at the Accelerator Test Facility (ATF) of Brookhaven National Laboratory for monitoring microbunches (10-fs bunch length) produced by the Inverse Free Electron Laser accelerator in Staged Electron Laser Acceleration experiment. It is similar to one already demonstrated at the ATF. With greatly improved beam optics conditions higher order harmonic coherent transition radiation will be measurable to determine the microbunch length and shape.

  9. Le projet de recherche: définition, conduite et réalisation

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    Stockinger , Peter

    2013-01-01

    Master; Ce support de séminaire développe brièvement les quatre points suivants: 1) Définition d’un projet de recherche – présentation générale et recommandations. 2) La conduite d’un projet de recherche – présentation générale et recommandations. 3) La réalisation d’un projet de recherche sous forme d’un mémoire - présentation générale et recommandations. 4) Des ressources pour conduire un projet de recherche : ressources enligne et références bibliographiques.

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    Sujet: WATER SHORTAGE, CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTATION TO CHANGE, DISASTER ... Sujet: Internet, AUTOMATION, PUBLIC SERVICES ... Projet pilote sur la stimulation du commerce des services au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord.

  11. Safety and efficacy of ipragliflozin in elderly versus non-elderly Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a subgroup analysis of the STELLA-LONG TERM study.

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    Maegawa, Hiroshi; Tobe, Kazuyuki; Tabuchi, Hiromi; Nakamura, Ichiro; Uno, Satoshi

    2018-03-01

    This subgroup analysis of STELLA-LONG TERM interim data explored the long-term safety and efficacy of ipragliflozin in non-elderly vs. elderly Japanese type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients. STELLA-LONG TERM is an ongoing 3-year prospective surveillance study of Japanese T2DM patients receiving ipragliflozin 50 mg once daily. In this subgroup analysis, patient characteristics, laboratory variables, and adverse drug reactions (ADRs) were compared between non-elderly (<65 years) and elderly (≥65 years) patients. Non-elderly patients had significantly higher body mass index and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol than elderly patients (P < 0.001). The proportion of patients with hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) <8.0% was significantly higher among elderly patients (P < 0.001). HbA1c, fasting plasma glucose, and body weight significantly decreased from baseline to 3 and 12 months in both groups (all P < 0.05 vs. baseline). The ADR incidence was 10.83% vs. 10.42% in non-elderly and elderly patients. The incidence of skin complications was 0.98% vs. 1.65% and that of renal disorder was 0.47% vs. 0.95% in non-elderly and elderly patients (both P = 0.003). Ipragliflozin was effective in non-elderly and elderly Japanese T2DM patients in a real-world clinical setting. The incidence of renal disorder and skin complications was significantly higher in elderly vs. non-elderly patients.

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    Analyse de la structure de l'offre et de la demande de main-d'oeuvre dans quatre filières cibles des régions de Saint-Louis et de Louga (Sénégal). Projet. En novembre 2004, la Fondation Paul Gérin-Lajoie a obtenu une subvention du CRDI (projet 102844) pour la réalisation d'une étude portant sur l'offre et la demande de ...

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    Financement total : CA$ 190,000.00. Réseau électronique sans fil à Fez (Maroc). Projet. Depuis 2004, l'initiative de programme du CRDI Acacia (Communautés et société de l'information en Afrique) a financé deux projets de services de gouvernement électronique local à Fez au Maroc. Date de début : 1 novembre 2007.

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    Financement total : CA$ 1,788,000.00. L'Alliance pour appliquer à plus grande échelle l'innovation numérique et l'entrepreneuriat (SEED Alliance). Projet. Ce projet servira à financer des innovations numériques qui contribuent à résoudre des défis relatifs au développement. Sujet: TELECOMMUNICATIONS, EDUCATION.

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    Région: South of Sahara, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Canada. Programme: Maternal and Child Health. Financement total : CA$ 2,600,000.00. Transformer en politiques les données probantes sur la santé des mères, des nouveau-nés et des enfants en Afrique de l'Est. Projet. Ce projet regroupe les résultats ...

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    Projet. Ce projet vise à promouvoir les politiques fondées sur des données probantes pour améliorer la production de bétail, la durabilité de l'environnement et la santé dans les collectivités rurales de l'Altiplano bolivien. Région: Bolivia. Programme: Food, Environment, and Health. Financement total : CA$ 1,200,000.00.

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    Ce projet d'une durée de deux ans proposera et amorcera des stratégies fondées sur les données probantes en vue de créer des occasions d'emploi décentes et de soutenir l'entrepreneuriat face à la croissance ... Diffuser à grande échelle l'apprentissage numérique au Kenya. Projet ... Programme: Gouvernance et justice.

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    Sujet: MOTIVATION. Région: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay. Programme: Employment and Growth. Financement total : CA$ 858,000.00. Accroître les possibilités pour les jeunes vulnérables : entendre leur voix pour éclairer les politiques. Projet. Ce projet s'attaquera au défi du chômage chez les ...

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    Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ 505,900.00. Des droits internationaux aux pratiques locales : la réforme constitutionnelle et la participation en Amérique latine. Projet. Ce projet entend étudier les répercussions des réformes visant à accroître le droits de participer, à l'échelon local, dans cinq ...

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    Sujet: Internet, AUTOMATION, PUBLIC SERVICES. Région: Morocco, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Financement total : CA$ 526,600.00. Cybergouvernement à Fès, au Maroc. Projet. Dans la phase pilote du projet (no 101980), la prestation de services électroniques a été déployée avec succès au bureau d'état civil de ...

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    Ce projet vise à réduire la vulnérabilité des systèmes ruraux-urbains du Nigeria face aux changements climatiques en diffusant les résultats du projet pilote mené dans la ville d'Aba, dans le sud-est du pays, et les environs. Date de début : 19 juillet 2009. End Date: 20 juillet 2012. Sujet: CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTATION ...

  2. Optical metrology tools for the Virgo projet

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    Loriette, V.

    For more than thirty years the search for gravitationnal waves, predicted by Einstein's relativistic theory of gravitation, has been an intense research field in experimental as well as theoretical physics. Today, with the constant advance of technology in optics, lasers, data analysis and processing, ... a promising way of directly detecting gravitationnal waves with earth-based instruments is optical interferometry. Before the end of this century many experiments will be carried on in Australia, Europe, Japan and the United States to detect the passage of a gravitationnal wave through giant Michelson-type interferometers. The effects predicted are so small, (a gravitationnal wave changes the length of three kilometer long arms by one thousandth of a fermi) that the need for “perfect” optical components is a key to the success of these experiments. Still a few years ago it would have been impossible to make optical components that would satisfy the required specifications for such interferometric detectors. For nearly ten years constant R&D efforts in optical coating manufacturing, optical material fabrication and optical metrology, allow us today to make such components. This text is intended to describe the field of optical metrology as it is needed for the testing of optical parts having performances far beyond than everything previously made. The first chapter is an introduction to gravitationnal waves, their sources and their effects on detectors. Starting by newtonian mechanics we jump rapidly to the general theory of relativity and describe particular solutions of Einstein's equations in the case of weak gravitationnal fields, which are periodic perturbations of the space-time metric in the form of plane waves, the so-called gravitationnal waves. We present various candidate sources, terrestrial and extra-terrestrial and give a short description of the two families of detectors: resonnant bars and optical interferometers. The second part of this chapter

  3. Patients with newly diagnosed cervical cancer should be screened for anal human papilloma virus and anal dysplasia: Results of a pilot study using a STELLA computer simulation and economic model

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    Eli D. Ehrenpreis; Dylan G. Smith

    2018-01-01

    Background: Women with cervical cancer often have anal human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and anal dysplasia. However, effectiveness of anal HPV screening is unknown. Methods: A dynamic model was constructed using STELLA. Populations are represented as ''stocks'' that change according to model rates. Initial anal cytology in new cervical cancer patients, dysplasia progression and regression, cost of treating high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (HSIL), and lifetime costs for anal can...

  4. Proton ejection project for Saturne; Projet d'ejection des protons de saturne

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    Bronca, G; Gendreau, G

    1959-07-01

    The reasons for choosing the ejection system are given. The characteristics required for the ejected beam are followed by a description of the ejection process, in chronological order from the viewpoint of the protons: movement of the particles, taking into account the various elements which make up the system (internal magnet, external magnet, quadrupoles, ejection correction coils, thin and thick cables,...) and specification of these elements. Then follows an estimation of the delay in manufacture and the cost of the project. Finally, the characteristics of the magnets and quadrupoles are listed in an appendix. (author) [French] On donne d'abord les raisons du choix du systeme d'ejection, puis le principe. Apres les caracteristiques requises pour le faisceau ejecte, on decrit le processus d'ejection selon l'ordre chronologique vu par les protons: mouvement des particules compte tenu des divers elements composant le systeme (aimant interne, aimant externe, quadrupoles, enroulements correcteurs ejection, cibles mince et epaisse,. ..) et cahier de charge de ces elements. On estime, ensuite les delais de realisation et le cout du projet. Enfin, un resume des caracteristiques des aimants et quadrupoles est donne en appendice. (auteur)

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    Aider les jeunes adultes touchés par la violence à surmonter leurs traumatismes - phase II. Projet ... Date de début : 1 février 2010. End Date: 20 mars 2013. Sujet: ETHNIC MINORITIES, ETHNIC CONFLICTS, PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS.

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    Les responsables de ce projet piloteront l'application et l'adaptation des principes directeurs relatifs à l'utilisation sans risque des eaux usées, des excreta et des eaux grises en agriculture et en aquaculture (Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater, Excreta and Greywater in Agriculture and Aquaculture), que ...

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    Ce projet propose d'élargir la transformation et la distribution à petite échelle du yogourt par des producteurs laitiers de petite et moyenne envergure. Date de début : 11 août 2015. Sujet: VISUAL MATERIALS, CANADA. Région: Kenya, Canada. Programme: Fonds canadien de recherche sur la sécurité alimentaire ...

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    Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Europe, North and Central America, South America, Brazil, Nepal, Nigeria. Programme: Networked Economies. Financement total : CA$ 4,226,848.00. Le partenariat mondial sur les données ouvertes pour le développement. Projet.

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    La religion, l'action sociale et la politique - étude de l'influence des organisations confessionnelles sur les politiques publiques au Liban. Projet. Au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord, les organisations confessionnelles représentent l'une des principales forces de changement politique et social. Date de début : 30 avril ...

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    Sujet: TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS, TOBACCO INDUSTRY, MARKETING, SMOKING, WOMEN, YOUTH, SURVEYS. Région: China, Far East Asia, Central Asia, South Asia. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 48,800.00. Les multinationales du tabac et le tabagisme (Chine). Projet.

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    Date de début : 20 novembre 2009. End Date: 24 décembre 2010. Sujet: TOBACCO, SMOKING, ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS, SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS. Région: Niger, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 22,400.00. Tabac et pauvreté au Niger. Projet.

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    Région: Bangladesh, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 595,515.00. Variabilité climatique, changements sociaux et dengue au Bangladesh. Projet. Depuis 2000, les grandes villes du Bangladesh connaissent une résurgence de la dengue.

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    Région: Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Netherlands. Programme: Employment and Growth. Financement total : CA$ 1,213,000.00. Accroître l'inclusion financière pour les femmes et les jeunes vulnérables : Proyecto Capital. Projet. L'accès à des services financiers officiels peut aider les personnes ...

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    inclusion sociale dans les économies émergentes (les pays BRICS) et ailleurs. Projet. Comment la science, la technologie et l'innovation peuvent-elles contribuer à la réduction de la pauvreté et au développement inclusif, en particulier au Brésil, ...

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    Sujet: URBAN AREAS, DRUG TRAFFIC, CONFLICTS, VIOLENCE, EMERGENCY RELIEF. Région: Brazil, South America, Colombia, Haiti, North and Central America, Mexico. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 505,000.00. Action humanitaire dans les autres situations de violence. Projet.

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    Transferts intergénérationnels, vieillissement de la population et protection sociale en Amérique latine. Projet. Les pays ... Région: Brazil, South America, China, Far East Asia, India, South Africa, North of Sahara, South of Sahara, North and Central America, Central Asia, South Asia, Russia. Programme: Économies en ...

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    Modèles de gouvernance participative des ressources aquatiques et halieutiques dans la région amazonienne du Pérou. Projet. Face au dynamisme, à la complexité et à ... Sujet: PUBLIC FINANCE, FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION, BUDGET, SOCIAL PARTICIPATION. Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, China.

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    Ce projet de recherche permettra à des femmes, des hommes et des enfants pauvres et vulnérables de faire face et de s'adapter aux changements climatiques dans la région asiatique de l'Hindu Kush-Himalaya. Sujet: ADAPTATION. Région: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Netherlands, Pakistan. Programme: Climate Change.

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    efficacité des interventions à caractère électronique pour ce qui est de relier les agriculteurs africains aux marchés (eARN Africa). Projet. Les études semblent indiquer que les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) comportent ...

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    TIC pour le développement des micros, petites et moyennes entreprises égyptiennes. Projet. La compétitivité des entreprises égyptiennes est reconnue ... Sujet: PRIMARY EDUCATION, SCIENCE EDUCATION, TEACHING AIDS, Internet, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Région: Egypt, North of Sahara, South of Sahara.

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    TIC pour le développement des micros, petites et moyennes entreprises égyptiennes. Projet. La compétitivité des entreprises égyptiennes est reconnue ... Sujet: PRIMARY EDUCATION, SCIENCE EDUCATION, TEACHING AIDS, Internet, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Région: Egypt, North of Sahara, South of Sahara.

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    Ce projet formera jusqu'à 36 nouveaux leaders en matière de changements climatiques dans le domaine du financement de l'adaptation, qui soutient les efforts visant à s'adapter aux répercussions des changements climatiques. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, North and ...

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    Sujet: Waste management, WASTE RECYCLING, Poverty alleviation, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, CARBON DIOXIDE, GREENHOUSE EFFECT. Région: Far East Asia, Indonesia, Central Asia, South Asia. Programme: Changements climatiques. Financement total : CA$ 180,800.00. Projet reproductible de recyclage des ...

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    Ce projet de recherche-action portera sur l'innovation dans la prestation de services par les administrations locales au Sri Lanka. Date de début : 30 janvier 2008. End Date: 31 juillet 2011. Sujet: SOLID WASTES, WASTE MANAGEMENT, WASTE DISPOSAL. Région: Sri Lanka, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia.

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    Sujet: HIV, AIDS, PROPHYLAXIS, VACCINES, VACCINATION, Immunization. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Benin. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 369,100.00. Mise en place des préalables aux essais randomisés d'interventions préventives du VIH au Bénin. Projet.

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    Projet. On effectue beaucoup de recherches sur la lutte antitabac partout dans le monde, mais très peu s'attardent à la situation du Brésil. Date de début : 19 octobre 2008. End Date: 20 avril 2010. Sujet: RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS, SMOKING, TOBACCO, SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR, GENDER ANALYSIS, POLICY MAKING.

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    Sujet: CHILDREN, RECRUITMENT, MILITARY SERVICE, PEACE RESEARCH, CONFLICT RESOLUTION. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 100,000.00. Enfants soldats. Projet. La participation des enfants aux ...

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    Utilisation avisée des ressources bioénergétiques aux fins de l'adaptation aux changements climatiques (Amérique latine et Caraïbes). Projet. Dans la plupart des pays ... Sujet: DIRECT INVESTMENT, FOREIGN INVESTMENT, INVESTMENT POLICY, Economic and social development. Région: Ghana, North of Sahara, ...

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    Ce projet traitera des effets de la croissance économique rapide dans la région du bassin du Mékong sur les emplois pour les jeunes. Région: Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Viet Nam, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Singapore. Programme: Employment and Growth. Financement total : CA$ 1,029,600.00.

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    Programme: Think Tank Initiative. Financement total : CA$ 1,497,007.00. Soutien organisationnel de la phase 2 de l'Initiative Think tank : Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Research Organization. Projet. Ce financement contribuera à renforcer le rôle de la Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Research ...

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    Financement total : CA$ 543,005.00. Essais cliniques d'un vaccin expérimental contre le virus Ebola : une intervention canadienne dans la recherche. Projet. Cette initiative soutient les essais cliniques de phases II et III d'un vaccin expérimental contre le virus Ebola. Sujet: CANADA. Région: Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Canada.

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    Région: Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey ... Sujet: EDUCATION. Région: South of Sahara, Kenya. Programme: Think Tank Initiative. Financement total : CA$ 1,709,655.00. Soutien organisationnel de la phase 2 de l'ITT : Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis. Projet.

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    Région: China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey, Zambia, Poland, South Africa. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 677,200.00. Modernisation des marchés agroalimentaires - inclusion des petits exploitants aux marchés dynamiques. Projet. Les marchés agroalimentaires connaissent de rapides ...

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    Région: Brazil, South America, China, Far East Asia, Europe, Russia, North and Central America, United States, South Asia, North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, India, South Africa. Programme: Économies en réseaux. Financement total : CA$ 1,107,168.00. ONI-Asia - censure et surveillance numériques. Projet.

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    Sujet: WOMEN'S RIGHTS, WOMEN WORKERS, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, MIGRATION POLICY, MIGRATION LAW. Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Viet Nam, Taiwan. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 361,300.00. Migration transnationale des Vietnamiennes en Asie. Projet.

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    Région: Argentina, South America, Chile, Uruguay, North and Central America. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 507,700.00. Capacités en science du comportement pour relever les facteurs qui entravent ou facilitent les essais d'un vaccin contre le VIH au Nigeria. Projet. L'accès au traitement ...

  17. Peru : tous les projets | Page 7 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    Région: North and Central America, South America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru. Programme: ... Le projet Punto J, financé par le CRDI (no 103077), constitue une approche novatrice pour ce qui est de contrer la progression rapide du VIH/sida chez les jeunes en Amérique latine. Date de ...

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    Sujet: HEALTH SURVEYS, HEALTH STATISTICS, INFORMATION NETWORKS, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, TELEPHONE, PRIMARY HEALTH CARE. Région: Mozambique, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Financement total : CA$ 1,596,842.00. Réseau d'information sur la santé du Mozambique. Projet. Il est vital, afin ...

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    Ce projet fournit un soutien continu à la Global Commission on Internet Governance (GCIG) pour favoriser la participation du monde en développement à des discussions d'importance sur la gouvernance d'Internet. Sujet: TELECOMMUNICATIONS. Région: Middle East, North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far ...

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    Ce projet vise à inspirer des politiques qui aideront des groupes marginalisés en Afrique, tels que les femmes et les pauvres, à tirer avantage des possibilités sociales et économiques qu'offre l'Internet à large bande. Sujet: TELECOMMUNICATIONS. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa.

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    Sujet: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITIES. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Morocco. Financement total : CA$ 269,138.00. Plate-forme d'outils en logiciel libre pour l'enseignement supérieur. Projet.

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    S'attaquer à la marginalisation, à la criminalité et à la violence chez les jeunes - le rôle du capital social communautaire. Projet. Il est maintenant reconnu que les adolescents ont besoin d'un capital social positif (réseaux sociaux, relations interpersonnelles) pour devenir des adultes productifs et socialement responsables.

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    Région: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 685,000.00. Le rôle des milices, des autorités malveillantes et du capital voyou dans la Corne de l'Afrique. Projet.

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    Sujet: CONFLICTS, REFUGEES, REMITTANCES, CONFLICT RESOLUTION, PEACE RESEARCH. Région: Egypt, Sudan, North of Sahara, South of Sahara. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 42,800.00. Envois de fonds vers les zones de conflit - le cas de la diaspora soudanaise au Caire. Projet.

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    Programme: Food, Environment, and Health. Financement total : CA$ 2,411,000.00. Changements climatiques, vulnérabilité et santé en Colombie et en Bolivie. Projet. Selon le quatrième rapport d'évaluation du Groupe d'experts intergouvernemental sur l'évolution du climat, les changements climatiques modifient les ...

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    Répercussions sur la santé publique des programmes de responsabilité sociale de l'entreprise de l'industrie des boissons alcoolisées (Amérique latine). Projet. Les chercheurs se ... Programme: Food, Environment, and Health. Financement total : CA$ ... Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total ...

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 62,000.00. Recherche et renforcement des capacités au chapitre de l'adaptation aux changements climatiques au Ghana. Projet. L'Afrique subsaharienne est la région la plus gravement touchée par les changements climatiques; or, elle dispose ...

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    Sujet: TRADITIONAL MEDICINE, MEDICINAL PLANTS, INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE, SMALL ENTERPRISES. Région: Belize, North and Central America, South America. Programme: Fondements pour l'innovation. Financement total : CA$ 49,270.00. Projet Itzama : développement durable d'une communauté autochtone ...

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    Sujet: Internet, LANGUAGE BARRIER, ASIAN LANGUAGES, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, INFORMATION SOCIETY. Région: ... Les télécentres et autres projets locaux de technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) ont connu une croissance exceptionnelle au Sri Lanka. Date de ...

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    Région: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Rwanda. Programme: Changements climatiques. Financement total : CA$ 782,802.00. Initiative Think tank - Fondation Hewlett. Projet. Le CRDI et la Fondation William et Flora Hewlett unissent leurs efforts dans le cadre d'une nouvelle initiative destinée ...

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    Recherche sur les stratégies de prévention du VIH chez les adolescents. Projet. En Afrique, le VIH a des répercussions dévastatrices sur les jeunes. Date de début : 14 juin 2012. End Date: 14 mars 2014. Sujet: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, CIRCUMCISION, ...

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    ... et les relations interagissant dans la diffusion, la production et l'utilisation de ... et de la communication (TIC) a élargi l'horizon des personnes handicapées, qui ... vieillissement de la population et protection sociale en Amérique latine. Projet.

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    Transferts intergénérationnels, vieillissement de la population et protection sociale en Amérique latine ... ECONOMIC RECONSTRUCTION, SOUTH SOUTH RELATIONS ... Projet pilote d'utilisation des TIC pour la surveillance de la maladie de ...

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    $ 2,500,000.00. Adaptation aux effets qu'ont les changements climatiques sur les ressources en eau. Projet. Les connaissances sont encore très incomplètes en ce qui a trait aux les conséquences actuelles et possibles des risques liés au ...

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    Date de début : 1 mars 2011. End Date: 1 mars 2016. Région: North and Central America, South America, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Canada. Financement total : CA$ 2,500,000.00. Changements climatiques et santé des autochtones. Projet. Les populations autochtones figurent parmi celles qui sont les plus touchées par les ...

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    Ce projet permettra de mener une analyse comparative des perceptions qu'ont les jeunes des pays du MERCOSUR (Argentine, Brésil, Paraguay et Uruguay) des droits, de la démocratie et de l'intégration régionale. Date de début : 31 mars 2008. End Date: 1 janvier 2010. Sujet: YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS, YOUTH ...

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    ... de harcèlement et d'agression grâce à HarassMap, un projet pilote mis en oeuvre dans cette ville d'Égypte. Date de début : 3 juin 2012. End Date: 3 décembre 2014. Sujet: SEXUAL ABUSE, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, SOCIAL PARTICIPATION, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, EGYPT, MAPPING, RESEARCH METHODS.

  18. Egypt : tous les projets | Page 2 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    ... de harcèlement et d'agression grâce à HarassMap, un projet pilote mis en oeuvre dans cette ville d'Égypte. Date de début : 3 juin 2012. End Date: 3 décembre 2014. Sujet: SEXUAL ABUSE, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, SOCIAL PARTICIPATION, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, EGYPT, MAPPING, RESEARCH METHODS.

  19. India : tous les projets | Page 6 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    Sujet: WATER DISTRIBUTION, CONFLICTS, DRINKING WATER, INDIA, CASE STUDIES. Région: India, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Financement total : CA$ 7,600.00. Recherche sur les interventions dans les cas de violence faite aux femmes. Projet. La violence faite aux femmes est un enjeu complexe en Inde.

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    Sujet: WATER DISTRIBUTION, CONFLICTS, DRINKING WATER, INDIA, CASE STUDIES. Région: India, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Financement total : CA$ 7,600.00. Recherche sur les interventions dans les cas de violence faite aux femmes. Projet. La violence faite aux femmes est un enjeu complexe en Inde.

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    Sujet: TOBACCO, SMOKING, YOUTH. Région: Argentina, South America, Guatemala, North and Central America, Canada. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 47,000.00. Pratiques de publicité au point de vente dans l'industrie du tabac (Argentine et Guatemala). Projet. On entend ici, par ...

  2. Nigéria : tous les projets | Page 4 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    End Date: 14 janvier 2009. Sujet: ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, RESEARCH RESULTS, PERIODICALS. Région: South of Sahara, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa. Financement total : CA$ 128,000.00. Modèles commerciaux libres (Amérique latine). Projet. Le Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade (CTS ...

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    Sujet: ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, RESEARCH RESULTS, PERIODICALS. Région: South of Sahara, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa. Financement total : CA$ 128,000.00. Renforcement de l'édition savante en Afrique : évaluation du potentiel des systèmes en ligne. Projet. Le CRDI a investi des ...

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    Sujet: LAW, LAWYERS, JURISPRUDENCE, JUDGES, ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, EVALUATION TECHNIQUES. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Niger, Senegal, Burkina Faso. Financement total : CA$ 304,983.00. Évaluation de l'incidence du libre accès au droit sur la compétence des avocats. Projet.

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    ... à des cours de courte durée et des ateliers, et à la supervision de projets de recherche. Date de début : 1 janvier 2009. End Date: 1 janvier 2012. Sujet: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.

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    Région: Costa Rica, North and Central America, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador, South America, Mexico. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 399,900.00. Violence chez les jeunes, crime organisé et insécurité publique (Amérique centrale, Haïti, Mexique). Projet. Il ressort de ...

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    Région: Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Lebanon, Malawi, Viet Nam. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 347,250.00. Recherche prenant en compte les sexospécificités visant à soutenir la lutte antitabac au Brésil. Projet. On effectue beaucoup de recherches sur la lutte antitabac ...

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    Ce projet permettra de diminuer l'insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition chronique dans trois provinces du Nord du Vietnam : Sujet: MALNUTRITION. Région: Viet Nam, Canada. Programme: Agriculture and Food Security. Financement total : CA$ 1,167,160.00. Fabrication à grande échelle de sel doublement enrichi pour ...

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    Région: North and Central America, South America, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 215,000.00. Le cadre d'analyse de la gouvernance, une approche de recherche sur les systèmes de santé. Projet. Les initiatives de politiques actuelles visant à réformer les systèmes ...

  10. Safety and efficacy of ipragliflozin in Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes in real-world clinical practice: interim results of the STELLA-LONG TERM post-marketing surveillance study.

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    Nakamura, Ichiro; Maegawa, Hiroshi; Tobe, Kazuyuki; Tabuchi, Hiromi; Uno, Satoshi

    2018-02-01

    Data regarding the efficacy and safety of sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors in the real-world setting in Japan are limited. The STELLA-LONG TERM study is an ongoing 3-year post-marketing surveillance study of ipragliflozin in type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients. Here, we report the interim results (including 3-, 12-, and 24-month data). All Japanese patients with T2D who were first prescribed ipragliflozin between 17 July 2014 and 16 October 2015 at participating centers in Japan were registered in STELLA-LONG TERM. At 3, 12, and 24 months, the safety analysis set comprised 11,053, 5475, and 138 patients, respectively; the efficacy analysis set comprised 8757 patients. Ipragliflozin treatment resulted in statistically significant improvements versus baseline in hemoglobin A1c, fasting plasma glucose concentration, body weight, blood pressure, heart rate, and serum concentrations of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides. The adverse drug reaction incidence rate was 10.71%, the most common reactions being renal and urinary disorders (5.06%), infections and infestations (1.24%), and skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders (1.14%). Ipragliflozin was well tolerated and effective in Japanese patients with T2D; no new safety issues were identified.

  11. Storylines of socio-economic and climatic drivers for land use and their hydrological impacts in alpine catchments - the STELLA project example

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    Strasser, Ulrich; Formayer, Herbert; Förster, Kristian; Marke, Thomas; Meißl, Gertraud; Schermer, Markus; Stotten, Friederike; Themessl, Matthias

    2016-04-01

    Future land use in Alpine catchments is controlled by the evolution of socio-economy and climate. Estimates of their coupled development should hence fulfill the principles of plausibility (be convincing) and consistency (be unambiguous). In the project STELLA, coupled future climate and land use scenarios are used as input in a hydrological modelling exercise with the physically-based, distributed water balance model WaSiM. The aim of the project is to quantify the effects of these two framing components on the future water cycle. The test site for the simulations is the catchment of the Brixentaler Ache in Tyrol/Austria (47.5°N, 322 km2). The so-called „storylines" of future coupled climate and forest/land use management, policy, social cooperation, tourism and economy have jointly been developed in an inter- and transdisciplinary assessment with local actors. The climate background is given by simulations for the A1B (temperature conditions like today in Merano/Italy, 46.7°N) and RCP 8.5 (temperature conditions like today in Bologna/Italy, 44.5°N) emission scenarios. These two climate scenarios were combined with three potential socio-economic developments („local"/„glocal"/ „superglobal"), each in a positive and in a negative specification. From these twelve storylines of coupled climate/land use future, a set of four storylines was selected to be used in transient hydrological modelling experiments. Historical simulations of the water balance for the test site reveal the pattern of land use being the most prominent factor for the spatial distribution of its components. A new prototype for a snow-canopy interaction simulation module provides explicit rates of intercepted and sublimated snow from the trees and stems of the different forest stands in the catchment. This new canopy module will be used to model the coupled climate/land use future storylines for the Brixental. The aim is to quantify the effects of climate change and land use on the water

  12. PEDAGOGIE PAR PROJET: UNE ÉTUDE DE CAS DANS L'ENSEIGNEMENT SUPERIEUR TECHNOLOGIQUE

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    Full Text Available Cet article rapporte les résultats d'un questionnaire proposé aux étudiants d'une formation d'enseignement supérieur technologique en génie électrique et informatique industrielle. L'objectif de ce questionnaire est d'évaluer le profit que les étudiants ont retiré d'un enseignement des techniques de gestion de projet, et l'utilisation qu'ils en ont fait, d'une part au cours d'une série de travaux pratiques utilisant la pédagogie par projet, d'autre part au cours de leur stage de fin d'études en entreprise.

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 874,349.00. Étude du Partenariat de recherche sur l'influenza aviaire en Asie sur l'efficacité des mesures de lutte. Projet. L'influenza aviaire hautement pathogène (H5N1) est une grave maladie qui touche la volaille et contamine les êtres humains ...

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    Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Cambodia, China, Laos, Viet Nam, Thailand. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 5,093,453.00. Relever le défi posé par les zoonoses infectieuses émergentes en Asie du Sud-Est. Projet. La santé des ...

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    Sujet: SMOKING, TOBACCO INDUSTRY, ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS. Région: Far East Asia, Viet Nam, Central Asia, South Asia. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 186,450.00. Coûts de la santé associés au tabagisme au Vietnam. Projet. On ne connaît pas précisément la charge ...

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 185,442.00. Stratégies de lutte antitabac à Maurice. Projet. L'épidémie de tabagisme qui se profile à l'horizon et la menace qu'elle fait planer sur le développement ont poussé la plupart des gouvernements d'Afrique subsaharienne à ratifier la ...

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    Projet. On estime que les troubles de santé opérables représentent 11 % des années de vie corrigées du facteur invalidité dans le monde. Date de début : 31 décembre 2009. End Date: 30 novembre 2013. Sujet: SURGERY, MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL CARE, ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE. Région: North of Sahara, ...

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    Région: Bangladesh, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Canada. Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 565,111.00. Évaluation des politiques de lutte contre le tabagisme au Bangladesh. Projet. En 2005, le Bangladesh a adopté sa première loi de vaste portée visant à contrer la ...

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    Ce nouveau projet de recherche aidera les peuples autochtones d'Amérique latine à s'attaquer aux inégalités, à la discrimination raciale et aux autres obstacles qui les empêchent d'exercer leur droit à la santé. Sujet: GUATEMALA. Région: Guatemala, Peru, Ecuador. Programme: Maternal and Child Health. Financement ...

  20. Participation des pays en développement au Projet international de ...

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    Participation des pays en développement au Projet international de code barre du vivant. Le code barre ADN est un nouvel outil de recherche taxinomique. Le code barre correspond à une très courte séquence standardisée de l'ADN d'un gène connu. Il s'agit d'un moyen sûr et moins compliqué que l'observation classique ...

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    Financement total : CA$ 1,499,300.00. Établissement d'une gouvernance efficace de l'eau dans les hautes terres d'Asie. Projet. La plupart des grandes rivières d'Asie, qui alimentent près de trois milliards de personnes en aval, prennent leur source dans les hautes terres d'Asie, y compris l'Himalaya et le plateau tibétain.

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    Programme: Agriculture et sécurité alimentaire. Financement total : CA$ 1,000,100.00. La cogestion des bassins versants transfrontaliers, pour favoriser la paix et la collaboration. Projet. L'accès équitable à l'eau et la gestion efficace de l'eau sont des éléments essentiels au développement durable, à la protection des ...

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    Programme: Agriculture et sécurité alimentaire. Financement total : CA$ 1,000,100.00. La cogestion des bassins versants transfrontaliers, pour favoriser la paix et la collaboration. Projet. L'accès équitable à l'eau et la gestion efficace de l'eau sont des éléments essentiels au développement durable, à la protection des ...

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    Sujet: MALNUTRITION. Région: Ethiopia, Canada. Programme: Agriculture and Food Security. Financement total : CA$ 3,845,000.00. Augmentation du microdosage des engrais et de la production et de l'utilisation de légumes indigènes en Afrique de l'Ouest (FCRSAI, phase II). Projet. La piètre fertilité et la dégradation des ...

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    Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 2,758,665.00. Adaptation aux changements climatiques dans deux collectivités rurales du Maroc (en plaine et en montagne). Projet. Les collectivités les plus pauvres et les plus marginalisées au Maroc se trouvent dans des régions arides et semi-arides.

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    Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 213,300.00. Gestion axée sur la demande en vue de l'adaptation à la rareté de l'eau et aux changements climatiques dans le bassin du Saïss (Maroc). Projet. Le bassin du Saïss est un sous-bassin versant du bassin du Sebou, situé dans le nord du Maroc.

  7. sénégal : tous les projets | Page 7 | CRDI - Centre de recherches ...

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    La première phase du projet (101581) a permis la mise en place des conditions matérielles et humaines d'utilisation des technologies d'information et de la communication (TIC) comme support à l'apprentissages à l'école élémentaire Serigne Amadou Aly Mbaye (SAAM) érigée en école pilote. Date de début : 30 mars ...

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    Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Thailand. Programme: Économies en réseaux. Financement total : CA$ 73,100.00. Linkage for Education and Research in Nursing (LEARN), une initiative de TIC-D dans les Caraïbes. Projet. Les infirmières représentent le plus important groupe de professionnels de la santé ...

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    Ce projet de recherche permettra à deux villes indiennes de taille moyenne et à leurs bassins de passer à une approche de gestion de l'eau intégrée et résistante aux changements climatiques, ce qui assurera une meilleure sécurité hydrique aux résidents. Région: India. Programme: Climate Change. Financement total ...

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    Programme: Foundations for Innovation. Financement total : CA$ 656,888.00. Améliorer l'immunité innée des macrophages par la modulation des. Projet. Les maladies causées par une infection guérissent le plus souvent grâce à une réaction immunitaire déclenchée par des cellules pour éliminer les agents étrangers.

  11. Pérou : tous les projets | Page 2 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    Dans le cadre de ce projet, on étudiera les efforts déployés par le secteur privé pour améliorer la conformité aux lois contre la corruption en Amérique latine. Sujet: CORRUPTION. Région: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 622,300.00.

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    Dans le cadre de ce projet, on étudiera les efforts déployés par le secteur privé pour améliorer la conformité aux lois contre la corruption en Amérique latine. Sujet: CORRUPTION. Région: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru. Programme: Gouvernance et justice. Financement total : CA$ 622,300.00.

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    Région: Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Tunisia, Yemen. Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ 733,800.00. Enquête sur les attitudes de la population à l'égard des réformes du secteur de la sécurité dans le monde arabe. Projet. Une des constantes observées dans les fluctuations du Printemps arabe a été ...

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    Alors que s'opèrent des transitions politiques sans précédent dans le monde arabe, le présent projet favorisera la poursuite de recherches et d'analyses fondées sur des données probantes axées sur les forces armées des pays arabes. Région: Egypt, Libya, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco. Programme: ...

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    Santé et diversité alimentaire au Yémen. Projet. Incité par l'adoption de politiques nationales sur l'agriculture et l'alimentation, le Yémen a transformé rapidement son secteur agricole. Date de début : 19 janvier 2006. End Date: 1 février 2009. Sujet: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE, TRADITIONAL CULTURE, DIET, FOOD ...

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    La croissance économique limitée et les taux de chômage élevés en Égypte entraînent l'érosion du tissu social et sapent son développement économique potentiel. Région: Egypt. Programme: Networked Economies. Financement total : CA$ 1,500,000.00. Élaborer une stratégie de recherche sur les légumineuses. Projet.

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    ... des femmes et des personnes lesbiennes, gaies, bisexuelles, transgenres, intersexuées dans les régions touchées par les conflits en Colombie. Projet. La Colombie est en train de conclure les négociations de paix avec le groupe de rebelles des Forces armées révolutionnaires de Colombie (FARC). Région: Colombia.

  18. peru : tous les projets | Page 6 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour ...

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    Région: Ghana, Peru, Canada. Programme: Initiative internationale des chaires de recherche. Financement total : CA$ 1,000,000.00. Accès à la justice des femmes ayant survécu à des actes de violence : des commissariats de police réservés aux femmes en Amérique latine. Projet. La violence faite aux femmes constitue ...

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    Rôle de la société civile pour ce qui est d'influencer les politiques de santé publique en faveur des femmes autochtones du Mexique. Projet. Au Mexique, les iniquités relatives à l'accès aux services de santé et aux services connexes sont sensiblement plus marquées chez les populations autochtones, et en particulier chez ...

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    Le réseau d'échanges et de recherche dans les deltas de l'océan Indien occidental (WIoDER) vise à appuyer la recherche, la formation et les projets pilotes dans jusqu'à quatre deltas de l'océan Indien occidental subissant la pression des activités humaines. Région: Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Tanzania, France, ...

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    Région: South of Sahara, Ghana, Madagascar, Tanzania, South Africa. Programme: Emploi et croissance. Financement total : CA$ 717,400.00. L'impact de la Chine sur l'Afrique subsaharienne : études de cas. Projet. La Chine se révèle une grande puissance au sein de l'économie mondiale. Date de début : 17 juillet 2007.

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    Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore. Financement total : CA$ 29,200.00. Les migrantes, la sécurité économique et le défi de la réintégration. Projet. La migration, particulièrement celle des femmes, caractérise de plus en plus le développement économique de l'Asie.

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    Ce projet, mis en œuvre avec le Centre africain pour la transformation économique, est une étude comparative de l'expérience de différents pays africains dans l'inclusion financière des femmes et des jeunes. Région: Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Zambia. Programme: Employment and Growth. Financement total : CA$ ...

  4. sénégal : tous les projets | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    L'objectif général de ce projet est de contribuer à rompre le cycle de production de violence et de criminalité chez les jeunes à travers une meilleure compréhension des facteurs et stratégies de résilience des jeunes et de leurs communautés contre ces violences en Afrique de l'Ouest et en particulier au Burkina Faso et au ...

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    Réseau ibéro-américain d'analyse de données sur la criminalité et la sécurité des citoyens (RIADD). Projet. On considère l'Amérique latine comme la région la plus violente du monde. Date de début : 4 août 2012. End Date: 4 octobre 2015. Sujet: VIOLENCE, SAFETY, CRIME PREVENTION, VULNERABLE GROUPS, ...

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    L'objectif général de ce projet est de contribuer à rompre le cycle de production de violence et de criminalité chez les jeunes à travers une meilleure compréhension des facteurs et stratégies de résilience des jeunes et de leurs communautés contre ces violences en Afrique de l'Ouest et en particulier au Burkina Faso et au ...

  7. Le Projet Scientifique et Culturel a-t-il de l’avenir ?

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    Joly, Marie-Hélène

    2011-01-01

    L’auteur qui a porté la politique de Projet Scientifique et Culturel au sein de la Direction des Musées de France pendant plusieurs années revient ici sur la définition et l’histoire de cet outil, rappelant ses objectifs initiaux tout en mettant en valeur ses capacités d’adaptation et en pointant la nécessité actuelle de son évolution.

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    Région: Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan. Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ 700,000.00. Implications des mécanismes de sécurité hybrides pour l'édification de l'État en Afrique. Projet. Après une guerre ou un conflit, les forces de sécurité et les ...

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    Ce projet appuiera la réalisation d'un examen comparatif visant à répondre à la question suivante : en quoi les membres de la diaspora deviennent-ils des agents de changement dans des pays touchés par des crises ou des conflits prolongés ou qui vivent une transition difficile ? Date de début : 1 juillet 2011. End Date: 1 ...

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    Ce projet appuiera la réalisation d'un examen comparatif visant à répondre à la question suivante : en quoi les membres de la diaspora deviennent-ils des agents de changement dans des pays touchés par des crises ou des conflits prolongés ou qui vivent une transition difficile ? Date de début : 1 juillet 2011. End Date: 1 ...

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    Ce projet examinera le rôle du financement et des réseaux de la diaspora dans le conflit ethnopolitique au Sri Lanka, en étudiant les réseaux des collectivités transnationales tamoule et cinghalaise au Canada et leurs liens avec le Sri Lanka. Date de début : 4 janvier 2007. End Date: 22 juillet 2010. Sujet: SRI LANKA ...

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    Soutenir des politiques d'alimentation plus saine en Asie du Sud-Est. Projet. Près d'un quart des décès causés par des maladies non transmissibles dans le monde surviennent en Asie du Sud-Est. Région: Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia, Malaysia, Viet Nam, Thailand. Programme: Food, Environment, and Health.

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    Programme: Alimentation, environnement et santé. Financement total : CA$ 642,600.00. Prévision et prévention de zoonoses émergentes chez les animaux sauvages. Projet. Les zoonoses émergentes et résurgentes au Brésil à l'heure actuelle sont le fait d'interactions complexes entre les systèmes naturels et humains.

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    Projet. Les réfugiés palestiniens constituent le plus grand groupe national de réfugiés dont la situation n'est toujours pas réglée après 60 ans. Malgré un vif. Date de début : 20 octobre 2009. End Date: 21 mars 2013. Sujet: FORCED MIGRATION, REFUGEES, RESEARCH CAPACITY, Capacity building. Région: Middle East ...

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    La première phase du projet (101581) a permis la mise en place des conditions matérielles et humaines d'utilisation des technologies d'information et de la communication (TIC) comme support à l'apprentissages à l'école élémentaire Serigne Amadou Aly Mbaye (SAAM) érigée en école pilote. Date de début : 30 mars ...

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    Il s'agit du premier d'une série de neuf projets de recherche financés par le programme Pauvreté urbaine et environnement (PURE) du CRDI dans le cadre de son Programme de recherche visant des villes ciblées (RVC). Date de début : 15 mars 2006. End Date: 15 mars 2010. Sujet: SQUATTERS, SLUMS ...

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    Dans le cadre de ce projet, les chercheurs étudieront l'impact de l'investissement étranger direct (IED) sur l'efficience économique, la pauvreté et les inégalités dans les pays à faible revenu et à revenu intermédiaire. Date de début : 10 mars 2006. End Date: 10 janvier 2009. Sujet: FOREIGN INVESTMENT, DIRECT ...

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    Ce projet veut permettre de mieux comprendre les facteurs qui influent sur le degré d'activité entrepreneuriale au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord (MOAN) et de comparer le rendement des pays et de la région à celui d'autres économies développées et en développement. Date de début : 8 mars 2009. End Date: 11 ...

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    Ce projet vise à analyser deux manifestations des inégalités entre les sexes en Inde qui se recoupent : la difficulté d'exercer ses droits génésiques et les pratiques associées à la préférence pour les garçons. Date de début : 22 avril 2009. End Date: 1 avril 2011. Sujet: REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, ABORTION, GENDER ...

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    Le système de justice bolivien obtient une condamnation dans moins de 0,05 % des causes d'agression sexuelle envers les enfants. Région: Bolivia, Canada. Programme: Governance and Justice. Financement total : CA$ 63,700.00. Étude sur le rendement du système de justice public en Bolivie. Projet. Le système de ...

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    Un système immunitaire fonctionnel est essentiel pour un traitement efficace contre le cancer. Région(s): Canada, Israel, Mexico. Financement total : CA$ 636,558.00. Régulation de l'immunité de l'hôte à médiation par cellules souches par voie sphingolipidique. Projet. De nombreuses affections, y compris les maladies ...

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    Ce projet produira des données probantes pour aider à orienter les stratégies de traitement chez les patients atteints de déficits de la mémoire et à réduire les symptômes associés à la maladie d'Alzheimer. Région: India, Canada, Israel. Programme: Foundations for Innovation. Financement total : CA$ 669,937.00. Établir le ...

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    Ce projet produira des données probantes pour aider à orienter les stratégies de traitement chez les patients atteints de déficits de la mémoire et à réduire les symptômes associés à la maladie d'Alzheimer. Région: Canada, Israel, India. Programme: Programme de recherche en santé Canada-Israël. Financement total ...

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    Programme: Networked Economies. Financement total : CA$ 674,900.00. Des écarts et des lacunes à combler : programme de recherche sur l'équité en matière de santé en Inde. Projet. Le progrès économique rapide de l'Inde ne va pas sans un prix à payer : Région: India. Programme: Maternal and Child Health.

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    Le progrès économique rapide de l'Inde ne va pas sans un prix à payer : Région: India. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 544,800.00. Deltas, vulnérabilité et changements climatiques : le rôle de la migration comme moyen d'adaptation. Projet. En Afrique et en Asie du Sud, on trouve ...

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    Sujet: MENTAL DISEASES, DIAGNOSIS, Capacity building. Région: North of Sahara, South of Sahara, Kenya. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 286,654.00. Démarches novatrices en ce qui a trait à la délégation des tâches en santé mentale. Projet. On estime que les troubles mentaux ...

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    Ce projet de recherche sur les liens entre la culture du tabac et les problèmes de santé touchant les hommes, les femmes et les enfants au Bangladesh étudiera les répercussions sanitaires et socioéconomiques de la culture du tabac. Date de début : 5 mars 2012. End Date: 28 février 2015. Sujet: EPIDEMIOLOGY ...

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    Programme: Climate Change. Financement total : CA$ 575,000.00. Prise en compte des sexospécificités dans la gestion des déchets solides dans les zones urbaines et périurbaines (Amérique latine et Caraïbes). Projet. Selon les données estimatives de l'Organisation panaméricaine de la santé (2004), la population des ...

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    Programme: Climate Change. Financement total : CA$ 1,486,000.00. Les SIG-P au service d'une gestion durable des ressources naturelles et de la sécurité alimentaire en Afrique. Projet. Les pays africains ont besoin de données convenables aux fins de la formulation et de la mise en oeuvre de politiques et de stratégies ...

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    Forum de recherche économique - Financement de base 2012-2014. Projet. Le Forum de recherche économique (ERF) est un réseau régional de recherche économique établi au Caire, qui compte 269 chercheurs affiliés. Date de début : 22 janvier 2013. End Date: 22 janvier 2016. Sujet: MIDDLE EAST, NORTH AFRICA, ...

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    Sujet: ANTHROPOMETRY, DIAGNOSIS, MALNUTRITION, EARLY CHILDHOOD. Région: India, Central Asia, Far East Asia, South Asia. Programme: Santé des mères et des enfants. Financement total : CA$ 41,300.00. Mise au point d'un indice précis pour évaluer le risque de morbidité associé à la sous-alimentation. Projet.

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    Projet. Ces dernières années, les Libanais ont changé peu à peu leurs habitudes alimentaires traditionnelles afin de privilégier une alimentation occidentalisée, moins saine et moins diversifiée. Date de début : 22 mars 2009. End Date: 25 mars 2013. Sujet: RURAL AREAS, FOOD CROPS, FOOD POLICY, MALNUTRITION, ...

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    Région: Guyana, West Indies, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago. Financement total : CA$ 5,000,000.00. De la ferme à la fourchette : amélioration de la nutrition dans les Caraïbes. Projet. Le taux d'obésité est à la hausse dans les Caraïbes, surtout en raison du peu d'attention accordée à la production ...

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    Région(s): Guyana, West Indies, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago. Financement total : CA$ 5,000,000.00. Agroforesterie et alimentation des moutons au Mali. Projet. L'élevage du mouton joue un rôle de premier plan pour ce qui est d'assurer la subsistance des ménages vivant en milieu rural au Mali ...

  15. Appel à notes conceptuelles pour le projet de recherche sur l'égalité ...

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    7 août 2017 ... Cet appel est ouvert aux équipes de chercheurs établis au Myanmar et ayant une expertise et une expérience en économie, en finances publiques, en sexospécificité, en sciences politiques et en autres sciences sociales connexes. L'équipe pluridisciplinaire sera dirigée par un chargé de projet local ou ...

  16. Choix de consultants extérieurs pour les projets secondaires

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    Yourassoff, L

    1998-01-01

    Les "petits projets" sont généralement inférieurs à 200 KCHF et techniquement peuvent être très variés: installation de monorails dans des structures existantes, construction de fosses transformateurs, d'abris de stockage, de murs de soutènement, modification ou extension de bâtiments existants. Il reste à constater qu'à l'origine la définition par l'utilisateur est souvent incomplète. Par manque de personnel et pour la réalisation de certains "petits projets" le Groupe Génie Civil doit faire appel à l'assistance d'architectes ou de bureaux d'ingénieurs spécialisés, tels que béton armé, charpente métallique, géotechnique. Le bureau d'ingénieurs mandaté doit pouvoir fournir, dans des délais généralement très courts, les prestations suivantes: mise au point et finalisation du projet en accord avec le CERN, établissement des plans d'exécution et textes de soumission, surveillance des travaux, expertises diverses. Un mode de règlement des honoraires adapté aux conditions du march�...

  17. Réaliser un projet en communication événementielle. : Le plan de communication événementielle

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    Stockinger, Peter

    2017-01-01

    Licence; Principaux sujets traités dans ce séminaire:1) La communication hors médias.2) La communication événementielle.3) Le projet événementiel: définition et conception d’un projet événementiel.

  18. Ehtekunstnikud lahingus / Stella K. Wadowsky

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    Wadowsky, Stella K.

    2007-01-01

    Ehtekunstnike Ive-Maria Köögardi ja Jaan Pärna vastukaja artiklile: Vikat, Marilin. Ehted kohtu all. Kroonika 6. märts 2007, lk. 22-25, kus ehtekunstnik Kaie Parts kommenteeris daamide ehteid iseseisvuspäeva presidendi vastuvõtul

  19. Le concept de projet en psichologie du développement et de l'éducation

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    Brigitte Detry

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Dans cet article, on commence par problématiser la notion de projet et la situer dans le contexte des études en psychologie du développement et de l’éducation : nous partons d’un problème qui est celui-ci : comment réussit-on une phase de vie déterminée? Pour répondre à cette question, la proposition que nous développons aujourd’hui passe par un critère, celui des tâches de développement et concerne l’élaboration d’un projet. Pour ne pas rester dans le vague, nous concrétisons cette idée dans le domaine de l’éducation et d’une phase de vie en particulier : l’adolescence. Les différents eexemples concernent cette phase de vie. Nous commençons par nous interroger sur le fait que certains individus semblent présenter une croissance harmonieuse alors que d’autres sont démotivés, s’ennuient, ne semblent progresser en rien (Galand & Bourgeois, 2006. Les ambiances scolaires sont particulièrement propices à ce genre d’observation. C’est pourquoi, nous nous tournons d’abord vers les parcours scolaires. Une constatation s’impose : sans en avoir envie, on n’apprend pas. Comment des éducateurs, des enseignants peuvent-ils susciter ce désir d’apprendre sans prendre la place de l’élève ? Notre proposition rejoint celle de Perrenoud (2001 et concerne le projet de l’élève et plus globalement le projet de formation. Elle s’enrichit d’une synthèse des recherches sur le concept de projet dans la littérature scientifique contemporaine. Dans la dernière partie de l’article, nous montrons aussi que s’interroger sur le projet académique de l’individu ne suffit pas, le projet socio-affectif et le développment de l’identité constituent le soubassement sur lequel le projet de formation s’établit.

  20. La gouvernance des projets d’architecture : une typologie de la multi-organisation temporaire

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    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Traditional approaches to ethics in architecture have focused on three characteristics of the object: durability, convenience and beauty (firmitas, utilitas and venustas. On the other hand, recent knowledge derived from the fields of project management and sustainable development has made significant contributions to the understanding of project governance. However, the relationships of governance within architectural projects are linked to the characteristics of the construction industry, a sector that operates through the creation of temporary teams formed by highly specialized organizations. We present in this article some of these characteristics and their influence on the relations between project participants. A systems approach based on the review of case studies helps us identify the complexity of the temporary teams involved in architectural projects. The identification of various types of organizational configurations highlights some ethical issues related to formal and informal relationships between stakeholders and those between the architect and complex construction clients. We argue that the architect is faced with the challenge of working on an architectural project that is —increasingly— the subject of negotiation between stakeholders. Faced with this challenge, it is crucial for the architect to understand the complexity of the relationships between participants within the project social system and to create the appropriate mechanisms of participation, negotiation and exchange between them.RÉSUMÉLes débats éthiques sur l’architecture ont traditionnellement abordé trois thématiques récurrentes : la beauté, la solidité et l’utilité de l’œuvre architecturale. Plus récemment, les nouvelles connaissances provenant du domaine de la gestion des projets et du développement durable ont apporté d’importantes contributions à la compréhension de la gouvernance de projets. Cependant, la démarche de r

  1. Avimoto - un projet pour améliorer la visibilité des motos

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    CAVALLO, Viola; RANCHET, Maud; ESPIE, Stéphane; VIENNE, Fabrice; DANG, Nguyen-Thong

    2015-01-01

    La communication a porté sur le projet Avimoto qui s'est intéressé à la perceptibilité des motocyclistes. Deux expériences ont été présentées, abordant les deux principales erreurs perceptives (erreur de détection et mauvaise perception du mouvement du motocycle) faites par les autres conducteurs lors de leur interaction avec des motocyclistes. Plusieurs configurations de feux avant de moto ont été testées sur simulateur, débouchant sur la recommandation d'une configuration consistant en un f...

  2. RECHERCHES Une expertise française en microbiologie prévisionnelle : le projet PREVIUS

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    Guyonnet Jean-Pierre

    2000-09-01

    Full Text Available Le projet PREVIUS (une dénomination non encore définitive vise la construction d’une expertise française en microbiologie prévisionnelle (ou « microbiologie quantitative » dans le domaine agro-alimentaire. Mis en chantier depuis un an, cet outil élaboré avec le soutien des pouvoirs publics à l’intention des professionnels et de leurs partenaires (organismes publics, fournisseurs, clients, laboratoires, centres techniques devrait être opérationnel fin 2002.

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    Accroissement de l'efficacité des applications et outils TIC dans la gestion des catastrophes naturelles dans les Caraïbes. Projet. D'août à novembre 2005, neuf ouragans ont dévasté les Caraïbes, causant le décès d'au moins 2 000 personnes et des dommages évalués à 60 milliards de dollars américains. Date de début ...

  4. Densité, morphologie urbaine et qualité de vie. Une approche par le projet

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    Occhiuto, Rita; Goossens, Marc; Fisher, Axel

    2013-01-01

    La recherche "Densification des tissus urbanisés en Wallonie: forme, acceptabilité et modalités pour accompagner la mutation des tissus bâtis" s'articule en plusieurs volets thématiques, parmi lesquels figure le volet "formes urbaines, modes d'habitat". Ce dernier volet est abordé selon deux approches parallèles et complémentaires qui se valident mutuellement: la première dite "par le projet" (approche qualitative et opérationnelle) et la seconde par analyse statistique et cartographique (ap...

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    Une nouvelle vision de la transition en Syrie. Projet. Le régime syrien ayant exercé un important contrôle sur l'émergence des institutions de la société civile, ces dernières n'ont jamais atteint le degré d'inclusion, de participation et de pluralisme requis afin de donner lieu à une société ouverte et démocratique. Date de ...

  6. Projet pilote sur la stimulation du commerce des services au Moyen ...

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    Projet pilote sur la stimulation du commerce des services au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord. Si certaines régions en développement ont réussi à s'intégrer aux chaînes de production mondiales, la région du Moyen-Orient et de l'Afrique du Nord ne participe encore à l'économie mondiale que par des activités simples et ...

  7. Paul Ricœur: Variations et continuité d'un projet politique

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    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Les commentateurs s’accordent pour constater une évolution dans la pensée politique de Ricœur conduisant d’un radicalisme à un réformisme. Par-delà ces variations, on se propose plutôt de mettre en évidence la continuité d’un projet. Non seulement la critique du capitalisme se poursuit jusqu’au bout, mais la perspective du socialisme semble très tôt tenue pour improbable. Dans les deux cas, la préoccupation centrale porte sur la nécessité de raviver les traditions et de faire émerger l’élan initial sous la doctrine “ossifiée ” en les situant en tension critique entre elles pour qu’elles se corrigent mutuellement. Le projet politique de Ricœur consiste à établir en vis-à-vis libéralisme et socialisme.

  8. Accelerated delivery of hydro electrical projects; Livraison acceleree des projets hydroelectriques

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    Benjannet, Hassine; Bechard, Normand

    2010-09-15

    Hydro electrical projects, as other energy projects, must transform in order to adapt to current market demands. This article describes the solutions developed during the construction of the Eastmain-1-A power plant in order to speed up its delivery and to reduce the costs. These solutions include, more comprehensive land investigations, the simplification of excavation contours, the refit or elimination of certain work spaces, the addition of a second access during construction, the simplification of the formworks, the improvement of work zones access and especially the use of prefabricated elements. [French] Les projets hydroelectriques, comme les autres projets energetiques, doivent subir des transformations pour s'adapter aux exigences actuelles du marche. Cet article presente les solutions mises en oeuvre pour la construction de la Centrale de l'Eastmain-1-A en vue d'en accelerer la livraison et d'en reduire le cout. Ces solutions comprennent, entre autres des investigations de terrain plus approfondies, la simplification des contours d'excavations, le reamenagement ou l'elimination de certains locaux, l'addition d'un deuxieme acces pendant la construction, la simplification des coffrages, l'amelioration des acces aux zones de travail et surtout l'utilisation d'elements prefabriques.

  9. Le retour des jeunes diplômés en zone rurale au Maroc: Quelles interactions entre trajectoires individuelles et projets collectifs ?

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    Nabila Aroussi Bachari

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available l y a, dans les zones rurales du Maroc, une présence de plus en plus affirmée de jeunes diplômés. Ces jeunes peuvent jouer un rôle important pour le développement de ces zones rurales, mais à condition de se construire un rôle économique et social, qui leur permette de fonder un projet de vie en zone rurale. L’étude porte sur 11 jeunes diplômés qui ont initié des projets collectifs en zone rurale dans la province de Séfrou, grâce à des financements publics. Nous étudions les interactions entre les trajectoires individuelles de ces jeunes diplômés et leur projet collectif. Ces jeunes ont étudié voire travaillé pendant un temps en ville avant d’initier un projet collectif en zone rurale, à la fois du fait des difficultés d’insertion en ville mais aussi pour contribuer au développement de leur douar d’origine. Les projets de ces jeunes peuvent être d’ordre purement économique (coopérative de séchage de prune par exemple ou bien d’animation rurale. Plusieurs des jeunes enquêtés sont actifs à la fois dans la sphère économique et dans l’animation rurale, et jugent ces deux acticités comme complémentaires et non en opposition. Ces projets collectifs offrent à leur tour des opportunités de « projets de vie » en zone rurale pour ces jeunes. Si la capacité de ces projets de générer un revenu stable est un critère fort pour que ces jeunes se construisent un tel projet de vie en zone rurale, le rôle d’animateur de développement rural est aussi un élément important. Ces différents projets ont obtenu des financements publics de différents types qui ont, dans deux des quatre cas étudiés, explicitement pris en compte la présence de jeunes diplômés dans les projets. Cependant, ces financements ont souvent été accordés dans le cadre de démarches ponctuelles, qui pourraient être menées de façon plus institutionnalisée.

  10. Ser Stella: um estudo sobre o papel da mulher e da educação feminina na Juiz de Fora do início do século XX

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    Ana Luiza de Oliveira Duarte Ferreira

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo dedica-se à análise de fontes disponíveis na Biblioteca do Colégio Stella Matutina, referentes aos primeiros anos de funcionamento da instituição em Juiz de Fora (MG. Concentra-se em estabelecer relações entre a conjuntura histórica local, e a conjuntura histórica brasileira, no início do século XX; assim como entre o papel social cabível a e exercido pelas mulheres e pelos homens do dito período. A intenção é apresentar tanto as normalistas como as irmãs-professoras como elementos sociais integrados num processo educacional religioso que não esteve baseado apenas em princípios e práticas arcaicas. É apresentá-las como personagens que participaram ativamente, dentro dos limites de suas possibilidades, da modernização das concepções de ensino então em voga.

  11. Le travail en projet à l’épreuve des rapports de confiance Testing project-based work via relationships of trust  El trabajo por proyecto ante la prueba de las relaciones de confianza

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    Jérôme Cihuelo

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available En s’appuyant sur l’analyse d’un projet d’informatique industrielle, l’article s’attache à montrer la forme paradoxale du fonctionnement par projet convoquant régulièrement la confiance tout en contrariant son établissement durable. Les relations de confiance prennent une forme obligée et précaire au sens où elles sont soumises aux tensions contradictoires de la temporalité du projet et à l’ambivalence d’acteurs contribuant à des groupes composites. De manière significative, la confiance porte en elle l’enjeu de la construction d’un échange réciproque et, au-delà, la permanence d’alliances entre directions dépassant le cadre même du projet. De manière complémentaire, il se joue dans l’établissement de relations de confiance stables la reconnaissance des individus et leur intégration professionnelle. L’analyse du projet montre que les développeurs vivent une insécurité dans leur relation à l’utilisateur final et à leur environnement de travail, suscitant la méfiance (voire la défiance et affectant la subjectivité des individus.The article uses analysis of an industrial information processing project to scrutinise project-based operations, a paradoxical form of management that consistently relies upon the presence of trust yet makes it difficult for this to take root. Trust relationships tend to assume imposed and precarious forms due to the fact that they are subject to contradictory tensions associated with a project’s temporality, but also because of the ambivalence felt by actors contributing to composite groups. The chief issue associated with trust pertains to the construction of mutual exchanges, and, beyond this, the permanence of inter-departmental alliances superseding a particular project framework. Alongside of this, individuals’ need for recognition and professional inclusion also requires the establishment of stable relationships of trust. Project analysis reveals that

  12. L’anglais en IUT : exemple de projet axé sur la compréhension orale

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    Theuillon, Sylvie

    2012-01-01

    Pré-requisLes étudiants doivent maîtriser les expressions d’opinion, les expressions du débat, ainsi que les symboles phonétiques les plus courants.Tâche finaleLa tâche finale à réaliser par les étudiants lors du projet décrit ci-dessous est la création d’un QCM de compréhension orale à partir d’un support vidéo de leur choix. En fin de projet, ce QCM sera mis en ligne à destination d’autres étudiants et internautes. Objectifs linguistiquesL’activité langagière principale travaillée est la co...

  13. Un projet récompensé pour son travail auprès des populations les ...

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    7 nov. 2016 ... Les participants à un projet appuyé par le CRDI ont été félicités pour leurs efforts visant à améliorer la prestation des services de santé et le suivi des femmes enceintes, des nouvelles mères, des enfants et des personnes vivant avec le VIH dans le district de Nouna au Burkina Faso.

  14. Politique de libre accès aux extrants des projets financés par le CRDI

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    La documentation grise doit être versée à la Bibliothèque numérique du CRDI. Tous les extrants de projet mentionnés ci-dessus sont accessibles librement et sans frais en vertu d'une licence Attribution de Creative Commons (CC BY). Les propositions de recherche présentées au CRDI doivent comprendre un plan de ...

  15. Projet de classification de spectres stellaires IUE à basse résolution par système expert.

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    Imadache, A.

    Le project d'étude porte sur l'utilisation de l'intelligence artificielle en vue d'établir une classification de spectres IUE. Pour la réalisation de ce projet, des liens de collaboration ont été établis entre l'Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg et l'équipe ST-ECF à l'ESO.

  16. Faire la ville suburbaine. Le projet Sénart Making the suburban city. The Sénart project

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    Emeric Lambert

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available En 1965 sont lancés en périphérie de Paris cinq projets de villes nouvelles dont Melun-Sénart est la cadette. La ville se voit refuser la création d’un centre-ville jusqu’en 1985. En 1986, Melun-Sénart devenu Sénart lance un concours d’idées pour se créer un centre. Les projets lauréats ne seront pas réalisés. L’aménageur de la ville propose un nouveau projet : le Carré Sénart. Ce carré de 1,4 km de côté est destiné à devenir un centre-ville. Il est subdivisé par une trame orthogonale dans laquelle s’insère notamment un nouveau centre commercial. Il accueille environ 10 millions de visiteurs par an et devient l’espace commun de la ville. Je propose de reconstruire la genèse du projet pour comprendre comment un projet de ville lancé par l’État a aujourd’hui un centre commercial pour centre-ville.In 1965, plans for building five new cities were implemented in the outskirts of Paris. Among these new cities, Melun-Sénart – the most recent of them – was not allowed to build its centre until 1985. In 1986, Melun-Sénart, by then called simply Sénart, launched an idea contest for the creation of its centre but the winning project wasn’t followed through. Instead, the city developer put forward a new project named the “Carré Sénart”. A 1.4km2 area, it was designed to become the city centre. It was subdivided into an orthogonal framework in which most notably a shopping mall was inserted. It now draws ca. 10 million visitors each year and has become the city’s common space. This paper revisits the onset and development of the project so as to understand how a city project initially launched by the State ended up with a shopping mall as city centre.

  17. La Dialectique autonomie / contrôle dans le management par projet

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    Nathalie Lapayre

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Beaucoup a été écrit au cours des dernières années sur les nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail (NFOT, et sur ce à quoi pourrait ressembler une organisation post bureaucratique ; une grande partie de ces écrits tendraient à laisser croire que nos organisations se sont débarrassées de leurs vieux habits du taylorisme et de la bureaucratie, et sont devenues aujourd’hui un lieu de bien-être pour les salariés, un lieu d’épanouissement, d’apprentissage, voire d’émancipation. Les diverses enquêtes réalisées concernant l’évolution des conditions de travail, de l’autonomie, de la participation, montrent une image beaucoup plus contrastée et ambigüe. Poursuivant cette réflexion, nous avons voulu nous intéresser à une NFOT qui nous apparaît comme particulièrement productive d’autonomie et de liberté pour les acteurs : l’organisation par projets. Nous nous sommes penchés sur l’étude des modes de contrôle, dans ces formes modernes d’organisation du travail, qui visent tantôt à contrôler les acteurs, afin de respecter les contraintes du projet, tantôt à leur laisser un maximum de champ libre en vue de libérer les énergies créatrices. Cet article livre les questionnements qui émergent de la revue de la littérature sur le sujet et qui conduisent à se demander si les processus de contrôle mis en place dans ces organisations ne seraient pas à rapprocher des systèmes de surveillance, voire de Gouvernementalité qu’avait développés, en son temps, M. Foucault.This paper adresses the issue of the new forms of work organization and questions the issue of the post-bureaucratic organization, particularly the idea that workplaces have gone beyond taylorism and bureaucracy and have become a place where workers learn and develop themselves. The reality appears more nuanced. The author looks into the specific form of work organization, which is work by project, its modes of control of actos in

  18. APPLICATION OF SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA TO STELLA, MISSOURI-ECONOMIC PLANNING-PRELIMINARY SITE INFORMATION AND ELEMENTS OF THE MASTER PLAN-16NOV2006 (1130)

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    Economic systems constraints and performance requirements that are essential to providing goods and services, jobs, and a functioning economic system form a list of criteria for planning a sustainable economy. This presentation places these economic criteria in the context of Ste...

  19. Le projet MP5 Gestion de la maintenance assistée par ordinateur

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    Oliger, S

    2001-01-01

    L'année 2000 marque un tournant dans la manière d'appréhender l'activité de maintenance dans la division ST. Les méthodes, jusqu'alors basées sur une approche corporative relayée par des outils informatiques d'ancienne génération, ont évolué vers une approche intégrée. Ce document décrit tous les aspects du projet de migration de l'ancien logiciel RAPIER vers le nouveau logiciel MP5: définition des ressources, identification des contraintes et des facteurs de succès critiques, planification, unification des méthodes et des données, migration informatique, formation du personnel et mise en service. Il présente également les intégrations réalisées avec d'autres logiciels, les possibilités d'évolution pour la division et les perspectives de généralisation pour le CERN.

  20. Le projet de développement au service de la sécurité alimentaire des consommateurs : pour une approche territoriale

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    Brégeot, Ghislain; Chéneau-Loquay, Annie

    2013-01-01

    6 pages; International audience; Aujourd'hui, une grande partie des interventions réalisées par les acteurs étrangers (ONG et autres acteurs associatifs, Organisations internationales, Coopérations bilatérales, collectivités territoriales) dans les pays en développement est réalisée sous forme d'aide à projet. Or, la mise en place de ces projets ne prend pas toujours en compte les objectifs "annexes" de lutte contre la pauvreté ou la sécurité alimentaire.

  1. Le projet SIGMIP: vers un serveur régional d'information géographique en Midi-Pyrénées

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    Christian CRÉPEAU

    1993-12-01

    Full Text Available Le projet SIGMIP étudie la faisabilité technique et économique d’une base de données géographiques régionale. Une maquette opérationnelle a été mise en place à des fins de démonstration. Des applications concernant la gestion de l’environnement industriel, de l’eau, du milieu naturel, de l’urbanisme et des projets d’infrastructures ont été développées.

  2. BioTfueL Project: Targeting the Development of Second-Generation Biodiesel and Biojet Fuels Le projet BioTfueL : un projet de développement de biogazole et biokérosène de 2 génération

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    Viguié J.-C.

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available 2nd generation biofuels will have an important part to take in the energy transition as far as fuels are concerned. Using non edible biomass, they will avoid any direct competition with food usage. Within 2nd generation biofuels, the BTL route consists in the production of middle distillates (Diesel and jet fuel via gasification and Fischer-Tropsch (FT synthesis. These fuels are called “drop in” fuels; this means that to be used they technically do not request any modification in the vehicle whatever the blending rate with conventional fuels. This route is currently at the pre-industrial phase where demonstration is required. This article presents the BioTfueL project which has been created by Axens, CEA, IFP Energies nouvelles, Sofiprotéol, ThyssenKrupp Uhde and Total. This project is focused on the original concept of co-processing (biomass can be gasified together with fossil feedstock and proposes to develop and demonstrate a full process chain to be commercialized worldwide via licensing. Les biocarburants de 2e génération ont un rôle important à jouer en ce qui concerne le pool carburant dans le cadre de la transition énergétique. Utilisant comme matière première de la biomasse non comestible, ces carburants éviteront toute compétition directe avec un usage alimentaire de cette ressource. Parmi les biocarburants de 2e génération, la voie BTL consiste en la production de distillats moyens (gazole moteur et carburéacteur via gazéification et synthèse Fischer-Tropsch (FT. Ces carburants sont communément appelés des « drop in fuels », ce qui signifie que techniquement ils ne nécessitent aucune modification du véhicule quelque soit leur taux d’incorporation dans les carburants traditionnels. Cette voie entre actuellement en phase préindustrielle pour laquelle une démonstration est nécessaire. Cet article présente le projet BioTfueL qui est porté par Axens, le CEA, IFP Energies nouvelles, Sofiprotéol, Thyssen

  3. Situation a-didactique et dispositif d’apprentissage instrumenté : cas de construction de projets de service

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    Bernard Coulibaly

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Dans cette contribution nous tentons d’analyser une situation didactique instrumentée sur une plate forme d’apprentissage à distance, situation dans laquelle des étudiants de Master 2 professionnel sont invités à réaliser un projet de service fictif. Cet apprentissage s’opère en groupe de 3 à 4 étudiants et vise l’acquisition de compétences en matière de conduite de projet de service dans le domaine de l’ingénierie en milieu socio-éducatif. L’article analyse, à partir des traces d’interaction, le processus de construction de ces savoir-faire en management de projet. Il met en évidence les stratégies de contournement et d’adaptation que les ��tudiants élaborent pour échapper aux contraintes d’une situation didactique fondée sur un dispositif pédagogique instrumenté .Il permet ainsi de comprendre le rôle que des apprenants peuvent jouer dans la conception d’une situation didactique.In this paper we analyze an instrumented didactic situation that takes place on a distance learning platform. In this situation students in a professional master’s degree curriculum are invited to create a fictitious service project. They have to achieve this task in groups of 3 to 4 students. The task aims at making students acquire competences in terms of project management in the field of educational engineering. The article analyzes the process of building these skills in project management from traces of interaction. It highlights the strategies of circumvention and adaptation that students develop to escape the constraints of a teaching situation based on an instrumented educational device. It helps understand the role that learners can play in the design of a teaching situation.

  4. Le projet SCORE (Superior cold recycling) : Recyclage à froid des matériaux bitumineux - Etudes de formulation

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    ECKMANN, B; DELFOSSE, F; PENA, JL; WALTER, J; LANCASTER, IM; BAENA, JM; ODIE, L; NAUDAT, C; BROSSEAUD, Y; BEGHIN, A; PLACIN, F

    2006-01-01

    Afin de promouvoir les technologies de construction favorables à l'environnement (Environmentally Friendly Construction Technologies EFCT) et pour son 5è programme cadre de recherche et développement (PCRD), la Commission européenne a décidé de financer un projet de recherche sur le retraitement en place à froid, intitulé SCORE "Superior Cold Recycling based on benefits of bituminous microemulsions and foamed bitumen. A EFCT system for the rehabilitation and the maintenance of roads" et visan...

  5. Les dimensions politiques d'un projet scientifique: le scénario sismique de Quito

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    Full Text Available Le scénario sismique de Quito a été élaboré dans des circonstances particulières qui ont généré un certain nombre de contradictions celles-ci ne sont pas sans conséquence sur le déroulement et les suites du projet. L’analyse de la façon dont a été conçu et organisé ce scénario, la manière dont s’est déroulée la recherche, et sa diffusion, fait apparaître très clairement que le projet s’inscrit en même temps dans trois contradictions : un antagonisme Nord-Sud, une opposition scientifique-politique, et une dissension entre science orthodoxe et science impliquée. Ces éléments constitutifs du scénario sismique de Quito peuvent expliquer le contraste entre, d’une part, sa réussite scientifique objective, matérialisée par la production d’un scénario sismique qui apporte une nouvelle connaissance sur la ville et sa vulnérabilité en cas de tremblement de terre et, d’autre part, la lenteur et la difficulté de la mise en oeuvre d’une politique de prévention des risques basée sur ses résultats. LAS DIMENSIONES POLÍTICAS DE UN PROYECTO CIENTÍFICO: EL MANEJO SÍSMICO DE QUITO. El proyecto de l manejo sísmico de Quito se elaboró en circunstancias particulares que generaron ciertas contradicciones éstas no dejan de repercutir en el desarrollo y las aplicaciones del proyecto. El análisis de la forma en que se concibió y organizó este proyecto, de la manera en que se desarrolló la investigación y se realizó su difusión, revela claramente que el proyecto se inscribe paralelamente dentro de tres contradicciones: un antagonismo Norte-Sur, una oposición ciencia-política y una disensión entre ciencia ortodoxa y ciencia implicada. Estos elementos constitutivos del proyecto sísmico de Quito pueden explicar el contraste entre, por una parte, su éxito científico objetivo, concretado en la elaboración de un proyecto del manejo sísmico que aporta un nuevo conocimiento sobre la ciudad y su vulnerabilidad en

  6. Les vehicules spatiaux a source d'energie solaire Le Projet Phaetan

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    M. VERNET-LOZET

    1964-06-01

    Full Text Available II est permis, a priori au moins, d'envisager un assez
    grand nombre de mdtliodes pour transformer l'6nergie solaire en energie
    utilisable pour la propulsion d'un vehicule spatial. Toutefois dans la mesure
    ou 1'on s'impose un certain nombre de conditions, entre autres celle de
    produire une poussee qui ne soit pas parfaitement negligeable devant le
    poids du vehicule, on constate que dans l'etat actuel de nos connaissances
    et de nos possibilitcs technologiques, il n'est guere raisonnable de penser
    utiliser une autre methode que celle, bien classique et sans doute demodee
    aux yeux de certains qui eonsiste a passer par l'intermediaire d'une machine
    thermique.
    II apparait clairement d'ailleurs que l'originalite d'un tel mode de
    propulsion ne reside pas dans le systeme de propulsion lui-meme qui pourra
    etre n'importe quel type de propulseur electrique, le clioix pouvant etre
    fait en fonction de la mission que l'on se propose d'effectuer et de la charge
    utile que l'on desire transporter, mais au contraire dans la conception de
    l'ensemble constitue par le miroir, la machine thermique et le condenseur.
    Nous nous proposons sur la base du projet « Phaeton » actuelleinent en
    cours d'etude a la Societe d'Etude de la Propulsion par Reaction, d'examiner
    un peu plus en detail qu'il ne l'a ete fait jusqu'ici, quels iinperatifs regissent
    le dimensionnement d'une telle machine.

  7. Mener un projet international bibliothèques françaises et coopération internationale

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    Bats, Raphaëlle

    2011-01-01

    Internet, construction européenne, mondialisation : notre horizon ne s'arrête plus à nos frontières. Du jumelage à la coopération décentralisée, les municipalités demandent à leurs services de participer à des projets à dimension internationale. Processus de Bologne, formation tout au long de la vie, internationalisation des études, les universités font elles aussi appel à leurs services pour les accompagner dans ces évolutions. C'est dans ce contexte que s'inscrit ce volume, avec l'ambition de fournir à tous les professionnels des bibliothèques des clés de compréhension de ces nouveaux enjeux ainsi que des exemples concrets d'actions de coopération soutenus par des apports méthodologiques. Comment travailler et partager avec des partenaires étrangers ? Quelles sont les étapes fondamentales d'une coopération : de la convention à l'évaluation ? Qui sont nos relais en France et à l'étranger pour de tels projets ? C'est à travers ces questions que s'organise l'ouvrage, en proposant ...

  8. Stella Maris Nursing Home, Baylough, Athlone, Westmeath.

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    O'Caoimh, Rónán

    2013-05-01

    the Qmci is a sensitive and specific test to differentiate between normal cognition (NC), mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia. We compared the sensitivity and specificity of the subtests of the Qmci to determine which best discriminated NC, MCI and dementia.

  9. Les unités pastorales du Sahel sénégalais, outils de gestion de l’elevage et des espaces pastoraux. projet durable ou projet de développement durable ?

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    Abdrahmane Wane

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Au Ferlo (Sahel sénégalais, la durabilité de l’élevage pastoral repose sur la diversité et la flexibilité des régimes de mobilité. Depuis les années 90, le Projet d’Appui à l’Elevage (PAPEL intervient dans la zone pour organiser la gestion des ressources naturelles à l’échelle des unités pastorales (UP, avec l’objectif affiché d’assurer le contrôle et la durabilité de cette activité. Nous avons tenté d’évaluer la pertinence de la généralisation de ce projet d’envergure à l’aune des caractéristiques propres au pastoralisme, dorénavant reconnu comme la meilleure forme de mise en valeur dans l’environnement incertain du Ferlo. Même si les unités pastorales de gestion des ressources ont prouvé leur intérêt dans plusieurs cas de la première phase du projet en zone pastorale, il semble que dans le contexte sénégalais actuel de politique sectorielle agricole, et d’accaparement privé des ressources foncières, la généralisation systématique du schéma des UP sur tout le territoire risquerait plutôt de menacer la durabilité de la mobilité pastorale.In Ferlo (Senegalese Sahel, the sustainability of the livestock farming depends on the diversity and the flexibility of the regulations of mobility. Since the 90s, the PAPEL (Senegalese Support Project for Livestock has intervened in the area in order to manage the natural resources on the scale of the pastoral units (UP with the declared objective to ensure the control and the sustainability of this activity.  We tried to estimate the relevance of the general implementation of this large-scale project by the yardstick of the characteristics peculiar to Pastoralism, henceforth known as the best valorisation form in the uncertain environment of Ferlo. Even if the pastoral units as tools of the natural resource management have demonstrated their interest in many cases of the first stage of the project in the pastoral area, it seems that, in the

  10. Notes on a homogeneous reactor project; Idees sur un projet de reacteur homogene

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    Benveniste, J; Bernot, J; Eidelman, D; Grenon, M; Portes, L; Raspaud, G; Tachon, J; Vendryes, G [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Saclay (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires; Berthod, L; Cohen de Lara, G; Delachanal, M; Fontanet, P; Halbronn, G [Societe Grenobloise d' Etudes et d' Applications Hydrauliques, 38 (France)

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    An attempt has been made to develop certain ideas concerning homogeneous reactors. The project under consideration is based on the simultaneous use of a suspension of uranium dispersed in heavy or light water and of boiling in the reactor for heat extraction. However, the studies of suspensions and of boiling are relatively independent and can also be developed for reactors of different types using one or the other. Our aim is a minimum investment in fissile material; for this we propose to extract the steam directly from the core and to make use of a cyclone to accelerate this extraction; a cyclone-type circulation creating a field of increasing tangential velocities of the fluid towards the axis causes the droplets of vapour to accelerate towards the axial vortex in which they are collected; the steam output is then evacuated to the external heat utilisation system, for example an exchanger of the condenser-boiler type. The input speed of water into the reactor being one of the important parameters in the running of the pile, a spiral supply input chamber is used, allowing this speed to be regulated in amount and direction. (author)Fren. [French] Nous nous sommes attaches a developper certaines idees relatives aux piles homogenes. Le projet que nous etudions est base sur l'emploi simultane d'une suspension contenant de l'uranium disperse dans l'eau legere ou lourde et de l'ebullition dans le reacteur pour l'extraction de chaleur. Neanmoins, les etudes de suspensions et d'ebullition sont relativement independantes et peuvent egalement etre developpees pour des reacteurs de type different utilisant l'une ou l'autre. Le but que nous cherchons a atteindre est un investissement minimum en matiere fissile; pour cela, nous proposons d'extraire directement la vapeur dans le coeur et de recourir a un dispositif cyclone pour accelerer cette extraction; une circulation type cyclone creant un champ de vitesses tangentielles du fluide croissantes veraxe a pour effet d

  11. L’interdisciplinarité en partage : collaborer pour innover. Le projet «dessins de Dieu»

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    Darbellay, Frédéric; Vinck, Dominique; Cocco, Christelle; Dessart, Grégory; Dandarova, Zhargalma; Brandt, Pierre-Yves

    2018-01-01

    Cette contribution révèle le double enjeu de la recherche interdisciplinaire qui réside de manière complémentaire dans l’avancement du dialogue entre les disciplines et dans la co- production de nouvelles méthodes et techniques d’analyse. Au travers d’une méta-analyse d’un projet de recherche interdisciplinaire et multiculturel sur les représentations que les enfants se font d’agents surnaturels (i.e. des figures de «dieux»), nous étudions les enjeux épistémologiques et méthodolog...

  12. Les projets des jeunes ruraux : des stratégies diversifiées pour accéder au foncier et obtenir l’appui de l’Etat

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    Zhour Bouzidi

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Les initiatives publiques au Maroc n’offrent que très peu d’appuis spécifiquement dédiés aux jeunes ruraux. Cependant, certains jeunes réussissent à bénéficier de financements publics, tels que l’Initiative Nationale pour le Développement Humain ou le pilier II du Plan Maroc Vert, pour réaliser leurs projets. L’objectif de cet article est de caractériser la diversité des stratégies mises en place par ces jeunes pour accéder à l’appui de l’État. Nous avons pris l’exemple de l’accès au foncier, qui constitue une des obstacles auxquels sont confrontés les jeunes ruraux. Nous avons identifié trois types de projets : i des projets sans accès au foncier ; ii des projets où les jeunes s’arrangent avec un propriétaire de terre pour accéder au foncier ; et iii des projets où les jeunes sécurisent un droit propre d’accès au foncier. Si l’accès sécurisé au foncier permet aux jeunes d’obtenir une marge de manoeuvre importante dans la conception de leurs projets, en revanche leur autonomie est réduite pour les projets avec un accès négocié à la terre. Ce faisant, les projets hors sol constituent une voie de contournement de la contrainte foncière, mais font face à un ensemble de problèmes spécifiques. Bien que l’appui de l’État ne soit accessible qu’à peu de jeunes, les projets analysés créent des opportunités d’emploi et permettent de renforcer l’attachement des jeunes au milieu rural. Enfin, cet article propose des pistes pour améliorer l’accès des jeunes aux ressources productives (terre, eau, capital et mettre en place un appui efficient et adapté à leurs ambitions et leurs projets.

  13. Le "projet G." : une ingénierie de formation. Conception et gestion d'un dispositif d'enseignement (le geste et l'effet)

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    Marty , Olivier

    2012-01-01

    Document de travail pour l'Axe 4 "Organisations et formation" du CRF [Avec une note additive formalisant les données empiriques]; Le projet d'ingénierie de formation décrit consiste à développer une école de gestion en ligne, d'une durée de trois années, visant un public d'une soixantaine de néo-bacheliers, avec une équipe pédagogique d'une dizaine d'enseignants employés par le Ministère. Décrire ce projet nous permet de présenter l'organisation et l'ingénierie de formation en utilisant à la ...

  14. Les nouvelles perspectives d'analyse spatiale des nuisances sonores. Le projet SIGAUR (Système d'Information Géographique et Acoustique URbaine

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    Erwan Quesseveur

    1999-06-01

    Full Text Available Ce rapport présente un projet de recherche sur l’intégration d’une couche d’information de nuisances acoustiques dans un système d’information géographique.Après un développement sur l’état de la pollution et des moyens aujourd’hui en vigueur pour la combattre, on va montrer les nouvelles perspectives offertes pour l’analyse spatiale du bruit. En confrontant cette nuisance aux enjeux du territoire, elle peut devenir un véritable critère de décision en aménagement du territoire.Ce projet résulte d’une collaboration entre le Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment C.S.T.B. et l’équipe " S.I.G. " de l'Institut de Géographie Alpine (IGA

  15. La maitrise d'oeuvre d’execution et la direction du projet d’extension de l’hôtel Shangri-La Paris

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    Mestre Galofre, Arquímedes

    2011-01-01

    Ce rapport a pour intérêt d’expliquer et refléter le déroulement de la mission du stage abordé pendant les 6 mois dans l’entreprise Mercure Engineering & Consulting. Cette mission commence dans les bureaux de Mercure dédiés au projet de SLPR installés au pied du chantier au numéro 12 de la rue Fresnel. Le projet consiste en l’agrandissement de l’emblématique Hôtel Shangri-La Paris dans le 16ème arrondissement, situé dans le quartier privilégié du Trocadéro, avec vues spectaculaires sur la ...

  16. Les nouvelles formes de la communication autour des projets urbains : modalités, impacts, enjeux pour un débat participatif

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    Hélène Bailleul

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Dans cet article, nous observons les évolutions que l’usage des nouvelles technologies implique dans la communication autour des projets urbains. Notre analyse des nouvelles modalités qu’Internet a pu importer dans la participation des habitants aux projets urbains (partie 1 nous pousse à observer, plus spécifiquement, les modifications qui ont trait, dans ce contexte, à la nature et au statut de l’information sur l’espace. La démocratisation des techniques de représentation de l’espace par ordinateur (3D, simulation entraîne le recours quasi systématique à des images virtuelles du projet, d’une grande qualité (partie 2, mais dont on ne connaît que très peu les impacts sur la perception et la réception que les habitants font du projet (partie 3.In this article, we observe the evolutions involved by the use of new technology in the communication around urban projects. Our analysis of the new modalities, Internet was able to import in the participation of inhabitants in urban projects (chapter 1 urges us to examine, more specifically, the modifications concerning the nature and the status of the information about space. The democratization of computer-based spatial representation’s tools (3D, simulation entails more and more systematic recourse to virtual images of the project, with high definition (chapter 2. But, nowadays, we still know little about their impacts on the perception and the reception, the inhabitants make of the project (chapter 3.

  17. Permissive tracts for iron oxide copper-gold deposits in Mauritania (phase V, deliverable 78 ): Chapter M1 in Second projet de renforcement institutionnel du secteur minier de la République Islamique de Mauritanie (PRISM-II)

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    Fernette, Gregory; Horton, John D.

    2012-01-01

    In 1996, at the request of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, a team of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists produced a strategic plan for the acquisition, improvement and modernization of multidisciplinary sets of data to support the growth of the Mauritanian minerals sector and to highlight the geological and mineral exploration potential of the country. In 1999, the Ministry of Petroleum, Energy, and Mines of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania implemented a program for the acquisition of the recommended basic geoscientific information, termed the first Projet de Renforcement Institutionnel du Secteur Minier (Project for Institutional Capacity Building in the Mining Sector, PRISM-I). As a result of the PRISM-I efforts, a great deal of new geological, geophysical, geochemical, remote sensing, and hydrological data became available for evaluation and synthesis. However, the Ministry of Petroleum, Energy, and Mines recognized that additional work was required to extract the full benefit of the data before it could be of greatest use to the international community and of benefit to the Mauritanian minerals and development sector.

  18. Projet TECHNE : vers un apprentissage collaboratif dans une classe virtuelle bilingue TECHNE Project: Towards collaborative learning in bilingual virtual classrooms

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    Roisin Donohoe

    2000-06-01

    Full Text Available La Communication Médiatisée par Ordinateur (CMO permet l’élargissement des frontières temporelles et spatiales de la salle de classe. Son exploitation pédagogique a donné naissance à de nombreux projets d’apprentissage des langues étrangères dont les fondements théoriques trouvent leurs origines dans les théories socioculturelles de l’apprentissage. La théorie de l’activité (TA, issue des travaux inspirés par Vygotsky, nous permet quant à elle de mieux appréhender le rôle de médiation que les outils et artefacts jouent dans un apprentissage collaboratif tout en fournissant un cadre de référence facilitant la description des processus en jeu au cours d’un tel apprentissage. TECHNE, projet de recherche-action conçu pour promouvoir un apprentissage collaboratif au sein de classes virtuelles et bilingues, s’inscrit dans une telle perspective. Après une description du projet, nous nous attachons à examiner certains des processus de collaboration en ligne que nous avons pu observer. Les résultats préliminaires d’une analyse quantitative des échanges effectués en ligne précèdent une étude qualitative d’échanges étalés sur plusieurs jours ou plusieurs heures. Nous formulons alors des axes de recherche future visant à mieux intégrer apprentissage de la langue et développement de compétences interculturelles et transversales.Computer Mediated Communication (CMC opens up the frontiers of the classroom. The use of CMC as a pedagogical tool has led to the creation of a number of language learning projects which call on the socio-cultural theories of learning. Activity Theory, originating from Vygotsky’s work, can help us to understand the mediation role of tools and artefacts in a collaborative learning environment while, at the same time supplying a framework for the description of the factors which come into play within such an environment. TECHNE, which was designed to promote collaborative learning

  19. Méthodologie pratique pour spécifier un projet de recherche. : Séminaire du Master LLCER-CIM (Communication, Information et nouveaux Médias) - INALCO, Paris.

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    Stockinger, Peter

    2016-01-01

    Master; Dans ce support sont présentés et discutés les deux points suivants :1) La spécification (définition) systématique d'un projet de recherche à l'aide d’une grille d'une quinzaine de questions.2) L'anatomie d'un projet de recherche étape par étape.Ce support a été conçu et réalisé afin de fournir une aide concrète aux étudiants en sciences humaines et sociales de niveau M1 ou M2 pour définir, mettre en place et réaliser un projet de recherche.

  20. Indicateurs de mobilité durable : de l'état de l'art à la définition des indicateurs dans le projet Simbad. Rapport intermédiaire n°2

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    Verry , Damien; Nicolas , Jean-Pierre

    2005-01-01

    Rapport pour le compte de la DRAST (Ministère de l'Équipement) et de l'ADEME dans le cadre du groupe 11 du PREDIT. 96 p.Voir aussi :- le Rapport intermédiaire n°1"Modèles d'interaction entre transport et urbanisme : état de l'art et choix du modèle pour le projet SIMBAD". http://halshs.ccsd.cnrs.fr/halshs-00101342- le Rapport intermédiaire n°4"L'architecture du modèle au sein du projet SIMBAD."http://halshs.ccsd.cnrs.fr/halshs-00101399; Rapport de recherche; Le projet SIMBAD (SImuler les MoBi...

  1. Proposition de Mesures Magnétiques pour le Projet AD (hormis les dipôles de correction)

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    Cornuet, D

    1997-01-01

    Pour le projet AD (Antiproton Decelerator), c'est la machine AC (Antiproton Collector) qui va être utilisée. Mais il s'agit non plus de fonctionner à courant constant (correspondant à 3,57 GeV/c) mais de décélérer le faisceau d'antiprotons à courant variable et stabilisation sur différents paliers décroissants (3,57 GeV/c, 2 GeV/c, 300 MeV/c pour le refroidissement) afin d'éjecter à basse énergie (correspondant à 100 MeV/c). Les aimants de la machine AC avaient été shimmés et optimisés pour 3,57 GeV/c (références 1 et 2). Dans ce nouveau contexte de la machine AD, il convient de vérifier si un compromis des shimmings existants ne doit pas être trouvé pour obtenir une homogénéité de champ à toutes énergies. Il faut vérifier aussi que les courants de Foucault induits dans les chambres à vide rectangulaires ne perturbent pas la qualité de champ. La possibilité d'utiliser des sondes NMR comme marqueurs de train B est aussi étudiée.

  2. CONTROLE DE COHERENCE ET DE FAISABILITE DE PROJETS DANS UN SYSTEME DE C.A.O. BATIMENT

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    M BELACHIA

    2001-06-01

    Full Text Available Le contrôle de la cohérence et de la faisabilité est devenu une préoccupation essentielle pour les développeurs de systèmes de C.A.O, car les concepteurs et les utilisateurs ont besoin d’outils pour vérifier la validité de leur conception. Nous supposons qu’une large partie de ce contrôle est intégrée dans les modules techniques. Cependant, plus particulièrement lors de l’étude des phases précoces de conception, il s’avère indispensable d’identifier les causes des dysfonctionnements. Après une analyse des différents types d’anomalies que nous pouvons rencontrer durant le processus de conception pouvant conduire à des incohérences ou des «non faisabilité» d’un projet, nous avons déduit les méthodes appropriées pour informer les utilisateurs à bon escient. Elles sont généralement basées sur des vérifications automatiques et transparentes avec des possibilités de reports de déclenchement des contrôles.

  3. Projet FRéGAlim. Quelles incitations pour favoriser la réduction du gaspillage alimentaire en foyer : information et sensibilisation ou modification d’éléments de l’offre (promotions) ?

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    Balaine, Lorraine; Dyen, Margot; Le Borgne, Guillaume; Rivière, Madline; Sebbane, Maxime; Sirieix, Lucie

    2016-01-01

    L’objectif de ce projet est d’analyser l’efficacité d’incitations qui visent à réduire le gaspillage en foyer, pour proposer des pistes d’action. Ce projet s’intéresse plus particulièrement aux campagnes de communication d’une part, et aux incitations relatives aux offres promotionnelles d’autre part. Plusieurs enquêtes et travaux scientifiques ont montré qu’en moyenne les personnes interrogées estiment gaspiller moins que leurs concitoyens. Cette sous-estimation de son propre gaspillage s...

  4. Eléments d’une démarche d’accompagnement à la maturation des projets collectifs d’irrigation localisée

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Au Maroc, les subventions accordées par l’Etat constituent une forte incitation pour que les agriculteurs installent l’irrigation localisée. Cependant le rythme de reconversion est faible dans les périmètres de petite et moyenne hydraulique. Bien que la pertinence d’une reconversion collective des exploitations dans ces périmètres soit souvent reconnue, les superficies converties restent limitées. Malgré quelques tentatives dans le cadre d’expériences pilotes, il n’y a pas de démarche stabilisée d’accompagnement par les institutions de développement d’une telle reconversion collective. Le présent article propose des éléments pour une démarche d’accompagnement à la maturation des projets collectifs à l’irrigation localisée. Cette démarche a été conçue à partir de l’analyse a posteriori de plusieurs expériences de reconversion collective à l’irrigation localisée au Maroc. Cette démarche s’appuie sur l’utilisation d’une grille qui permet de diagnostiquer l’état initial de maturation du projet, mais aussi de suivre l’évolution de cette maturation. L’évaluation de ce niveau de maturation se fait suivant une liste de facteurs qualifiés d’essentiels, d’accélération et de stabilisation. Sont aussi proposés quelques principes et étapes qui pourraient structurer un accompagnement de ces projets.

  5. Quatre propositions pour préciser le projet de socio-économie politique du développement durable

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    Figuière , Catherine; Rocca , Michel

    2011-01-01

    14 p.; L'objectif de cette contribution est de formuler quatre propositions pour progresser dans la définition de l'objet "développement durable" dans une démarche de "socio-économie politique". Fortement inspirées du projet d'écodéveloppement, ces propositions visent à recentrer le développement durable sur le principe de double équité inter et intra générationnelle, en combinant durabilité forte et anthropocentrisme.

  6. : tous les projets | Page 484 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Sujet: SHARED WATER RESOURCES, WATER SHORTAGE, WATER SUPPLY, WATER REQUIREMENTS, WATER DISTRIBUTION, WATER MANAGEMENT, WATER CONSERVATION, GLACIERS, CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTATION TO CHANGE. Région: Bolivia, South America, North and Central America. Programme: ...

  7. La nourriture dans les projets de développement: le cas d'un village indien en Equateur

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    Full Text Available Cet article est une réflexion sur l'importance culturelle que revêt la nourriture, et donc sur la nécessité au préalable d'une étude historique et anthropologique des populations concernées par les projets de développement. Comme contribution à cette préoccupation, l'auteur étudie les habitudes alimentaires de communautés indiennes, dans le cas précis d'un village équatorien, et tente d'évaluer les éventuelles traditions qui les sous tendent. El presente artículo ofrece una reflexión acerca de la importancia cultural que reviste la alimentación, y por lo tanto, de la necesidad, como requisito previo a los proyectos de desarrollo, de estudios históricos y antropológicos de las poblaciones afectadas por dichos proyectos. Como contribución a esta preocupación, la autora estudia las costumbres alimenticias de unas comunidades indígenas, en el caso preciso de un pueblo ecuatoriano, e intenta evaluar las eventuales tradiciones en que estriban. This article offers a discussion of the cultural importance of food, and the consequent need for historical and anthropological studies of societies affected by development projects. As a contribution to this problem, the author studies the patterns of food consumption of Indian communities, in the specific case of an Ecuadorian village, and seeks to evaluate the possible traditions which underlie them.

  8. Le projet Petits Films : du retour aux participants à la valorisation des données

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    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available En 2014, au sein du laboratoire ICAR (équipe InSitu / Cellule Corpus Complexe un projet appelé “Petits Films” a été conduit avec une double finalité : confectionner des petits films à partir de trois différents corpus et parallèlement mener une réflexion sur les modalités de réalisation, les finalités et les contraintes de ce type de réalisation. On considère que dans le domaine de l’analyse conversationnelle, dans lequel les chercheurs recourent de plus en plus à des corpus de données vidéo, la réalisation d’un petit film peut représenter non seulement un retour pour les participants, mais aussi un moyen de valorisation du corpus, d’un type d’approche en linguistique et plus largement de l’activité du laboratoire de recherche. Grâce à leur forme agréable et à leur courte durée, les petits films sont conçus pour la diffusion et la valorisation des méthodologies et des recherches, ils sont accessibles pour un large public, même de non-experts. Cependant, il est nécessaire de réfléchir aux questions juridiques et déontologiques que soulève cette opération.

  9. Indicateurs de biodiversité dans les exploitations agricoles biologiques et conventionnelles des Vallées et Coteaux de Gascogne, cas d’étude français du projet européen BIOBIO.

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    Sarthou, J.P.; Choisis, J.P.; Amossé, A.; Jongman, R.H.G.

    2013-01-01

    Dans le cadre du projet européen BIOBIO, nous avons comparé entre pays les richesses en habitats et richesses spécifiques cumulées de quatre groupes taxonomiques (plantes, abeilles sauvages, araignées, vers de terre), de 169 exploitations biologiques ou conventionnelles appartenant à 10 pays. Pour

  10. Google Livres et le futur des bibliothèques numériques historique du projet, techniques documentaires, alternatives et controverses

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    Jacquesson, Alain

    2010-01-01

    En 2004, le monde du livre apprend le projet fou de deux jeunes illuminés : construire en cinq ans une bibliothèque numérique universelle. Six ans plus tard, une gigantesque bibliothèque numérique de plus de 12 millions de volumes a vu le jour. Des collections, que des générations de conservateurs ont mis des siècles à constituer, sont avalées par Google Livres. Jamais une collaboration d'une telle envergure entre les secteurs publics et privés n'avait été entreprise dans le domaine patrimonial. Dans le monde entier, les chercheurs comme le grand public s'habituent peu à peu à utiliser Google Livres, qui dit viser maintenant 30 millions de livres numériques. Cette réalisation a nécessité l'élaboration de compétences informatiques spécifiques, notamment en ce qui concerne la numérisation de masse. L'efficacité de ce savoir-faire a suscité l'intérêt de nombreuses bibliothèques qui ont choisi de participer au projet. Cette appropriation des biens publics soulève aussi de nombreuses c...

  11. Intégrer le coût global dans les projets de construction les composantes du coût global et sa mise en oeuvre

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    Seguin, Gérard

    2014-01-01

    Coût global, valeur verte, cycle de vie, qualité globale sont des termes couramment utilisés pour mettre en avant une approche durable du bâtiment, tant au niveau d’une opération de construction, de rénovation, d’aménagement que d’une politique de maintenance ou d’un plan stratégique de patrimoine. Penser en termes de coût global revient à considérer l’économie d’un projet au-delà des coûts immédiats, c'est-à-dire en tenant compte des coûts et bénéfices différés, qu’ils soient proches ou plus lointains dans le temps, directs ou indirects, tangibles ou immatériels. Cette démarche imposée dans les projets donnant lieu à externalisation (PPP, BEH, etc.) mérite d’être généralisée. Ce guide, à travers la définition et le rappel des fondamentaux, l’analyse du coût global et l’illustration par de nombreux exemples aidera les différents acteurs du bâtiment à juger des interactions économiques entre investissement et exploitation d’un ouvrage ou d’un aménag...

  12. A Symbiosis Between Instructional Systems Design and Project Management / Une symbiose de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projet

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    Cheng-Chang (Sam Pan

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available This study is intended to explore a complementary relationship between instructional systems design (ISD and project management in an attempt to build a plausible case for integrating project management as a distinct course in the core of the graduate instructional systems design programs. It is argued that ISD and project management should form a symbiosis from a curriculum perspective, in a hope for the prepared instructional designers to create values for customers. An integrated view of ISD and project management is proposed, using three concepts of project management as a reasonable bridge for the integration. Challenges for the proposed view in this position paper are also stated. Cette étude explore la complémentarité de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projets en vue de justifier l’intégration de la gestion de projets à titre de cours distinct au cœur des programmes des cycles supérieurs en conception de matériel pédagogique. L’étude fait valoir l’intérêt d’une symbiose de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projets du point de vue du programme d’études, afin de préparer les concepteurs pédagogiques formés à créer une plus-value pour les clients. Elle propose une vision intégrée de la conception de matériel pédagogique et de la gestion de projets fondée sur trois concepts de la gestion de projets favorisant une telle intégration. Les défis de la vision proposée dans cet exposé de position sont également énoncés.

  13. Development plan. High activity-long living wastes project. Abstract; Plan de developpement. Projet HAVL. Resume

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    2007-07-01

    This brochure presents the actions that the ANDRA (the French national agency of radioactive wastes) has to implement in the framework of the project of high activity-long living (HALL) radioactive wastes (HAVL project) conformably to the requirements of the program defined in the law from June 28, 2006 (law no 2006-739). This law precises the three, complementary, research paths to explore for the management of this type of wastes: separation and transmutation of long-living radioactive elements, reversible disposal in deep geologic underground, and long duration storage. The ANDRA's action concerns the geologic disposal aspect. The following points are presented: the HALL wastes and their containers, the reversible disposal procedure, the HAVL project: financing of researches, storage concepts, development plan of the project (dynamics, information and dialogue approach, input data, main steps, schedule); the nine programs of the HAVL project (laboratory experiments and demonstration tests, surface survey, scientific program, simulation program, surface engineering studies and technological tests, information and communication program, program of environment and facilities surface observation and monitoring, waste packages management, monitoring and transport program, disposal program); the five transverse technical and scientific activities (safety, reversibility, cost, health and occupational safety, impact study). (J.S.)

  14. Project for an analogue divider using electronic counting; Projet de diviseur analogique par comptage electronique

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    1964-07-01

    The apparatus which has been developed is designed to give the reciprocal of a number between 10{sup 3} and 10{sup 7}. In practice this number can be the pulse count provided during a given time by a detector of the BF{sub 3} type during a criticality experiment. The apparatus is made up of two parts: one provides, by means of relays, a voltage proportional to the reciprocal required, the other is a numeric voltmeter measuring this voltage between 0.1 and 1 volt. The relative error of the result is under 5 per cent. (author) [French] L'appareillage etudie et realise, est destine a fournir l'inverse d'un nombre compris entre 10{sup 3} et 10{sup 7}. En pratique ce nombre est le taux d'impulsions delivrees pendant un temps donne, par un detecteur du type BF{sub 3}, au cours d'une manipulation de criticalite. L'appareillage est compose de deux parties: l'une fournit a l'aide de relais une tension proportionnelle a l'inverse cherche, l'autre est un voltmetre numerique mesurant cette tension comprise entre 0,1 et 1 Volt, L'erreur relative sur le resultat est inferieure a 5%. (auteur)

  15. La formation des élites scolaires dans le développement du projet de démocratisation de l’école publique portugaise

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    Torres, Leonor Lima; Palhares, José Augusto

    2017-01-01

    Le rapprochement progressif du projet de démocratisation avec l’agenda néolibéral exerce une pression sur le système d’enseignement public pour l’adoption de principes de performance (Derouet, 2016), fondés sur de nouvelles logiques méritocratiques, associées à la production de résultats. En ce qui concerne la réalité portugaise, ce mouvement politique et éducatif a des effets sur le plan de l’organisation pédagogique de l’école et sur la manière dont les leaders se positionnent face au march...

  16. Combining data in non-destructive testing; Fusion de donnees en CND pour le projet pace

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    1994-03-01

    Non-destructive testing of some components requires quite often the use of several methods such as X-ray, ultrasonics, Eddy Currents. But the efficiency of a NDT method is highly dependent on the fact that the detectability of flaws in a specimen relies on the choice of the best method. Moreover a lot of inspection issues could benefit from the use of more than one test method, as each NDT method has its own physical properties and technological limits. Some questions still remain: how to combine data, at what level and for what functionality. Simple monomethod processes are well-known now. They include techniques like reconstruction which belongs to the so-called ill-posed problems in the field of mathematics. For NDT data processing, it has the ability to estimate real data from distorted ones coming from a probe. But, up to now there has been very few approaches for computer aided combination of results from different advanced techniques. This report presents the various mathematical fields involved towards that goal (statistical decision theory which allows the use of multiple hypothesis, non-linear decision theory for its capability to classify and to discriminate, graph theory to find the optimal path in an hypothesis graph and also fuzzy logic, multiple resolution analysis, artificial intelligence,...) and which combinations of methods are useful. Some images will illustrate this topic in which EDF is involved, and will explain what are the major goals of this work. Combining is not only an improvement of 3D visualisation which would allow to display simultaneously CAD or NDT data for example, but it consists in exploiting multisensor data collected via a variety of sophisticated techniques and presenting this information to the operator without overloading the operator/system capacities in order to reduce the uncertainty and to resolve the ambiguity inherent to mono method inspection. (author). 7 figs., 35 refs.

  17. The Schoonebeek Oilfield: the Rw-2e High Pressure Steam Injection Project Gisement de Schoonebeek : le projet RW-2E d'injection de vapeur à haute pression

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    Holtam V. R.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available The daily oil production from the Schoonebeek Oilfield amounts to some 1400 m3 /d, of which ca. 65% is produced from a high pressure (85 bar steam injection project. This project was started in 1981 and originally consisted of 7 structurally downdip/middip steam injectors. However, following the initially somewhat disappointing project performance, steam injection was moved to 4 middip/ updip injectors in 1984. This change in the location of the steam injectors, together with an increase in the level of surveillance and a more pragmatic reservoir management policy, has resulted in improved project performance. The ultimate extra oil/steam ratio for the total project is now expected to be 0. 7 m3 oil/ton of steam injected. La production de pétrole du gisement de Schoonebeek est d'environ 1400 m3/jour, dont près de 65% sont obtenus par injection de vapeur à haute pression (85 bar. Ce projet lancé en 1981 comportait initialement 7 injecteurs de vapeur orientés vers l'aval-pendage. En raison de performances décevantes, l'injection de vapeur a été transférée en 1984 sur 4 injecteurs travaillant vers l'amont-pendage. Ce changement de position des injecteurs, accompagné d'une surveillance renforcée et d'une politique de gestion du gisement plus pragmatique, a donné des résultats favorables. On pense que le rapport pétrole/vapeur pour l'ensemble du projet devrait être en dernière analyse de 0,7 m3 de pétrole par tonne de vapeur injectée.

  18. Potentialités et difficultés d’un projet en humanités numériques (DH) : confrontation aux outils et réorientations de recherche

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    Cocco, Christelle; Dessart, Grégory; Serbaeva, Olga; Brandt, Pierre-Yves; Vinck, Dominique; Darbellay, Frédéric

    2018-01-01

    Cet article reprend les potentialités et les difficultés rencontrées lors de l’élaboration d’outils numériques dans le cadre d’un projet interdisciplinaire investiguant des dessins de dieux chez l’enfant et l’adolescent. Il se concentre sur les réorientations du projet qui en ont découlé par rapport aux attentes de départ. En particulier, nous décrirons comment des solutions ont été trouvées pour profiter des potentialités des outils numériques et quels choix ont dû être effectués concernant ...

  19. Projet pilote de scénario sismique à Quito (Equateur: méthode et résultats

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    Full Text Available Un projet pilote de scénario sismique a été réalisé à Quito, pour évaluer les conséquences de séismes destructeurs sur la ville. Après avoir choisi, sur des bases historiques et sismotectoniques, des séismes pouvant affecter la ville, les intensités sismiques produites par ces événements ont été calculées afin d’estimer les dégâts sur les bâtiments et les réseaux. L’étude technique a été complétée par des entretiens avec les responsables des principaux services de la ville, afin de produire un récit des événements pendant et, à diverses échelles de temps, après un des séismes choisis. Enfin, une série de recommandations a été élaborée, devant permettre de réduire la vulnérabilité sismique de Quito. Ce scénario doit être considéré comme une étude préliminaire dont le but est, avant tout, de sensibiliser les responsables et la population aux risques sismiques. PROYECTO PILOTO DE RIESGO SÍSMICO EN QUITO (ECUADOR: MÉTODO Y RESULTADOS. Se realizó un proyecto piloto de riesgo sísmico en Quito, el mismo que consistió en evaluar las consecuencias de sismos destructores en la ciudad. Una vez escogidos, sobre bases históricas y sismotectónicas, sismos que la pueden afectar, se calcularon las intensidades sísmicas producidas por tales eventos con el fin de estimar los daños que sufrirían las edificaciones y redes. El estudio técnico fue complementado mediante entrevistas con los responsables de los principales servicios de la ciudad, para elaborar un relato de los eventos durante y, a diversas escalas de tiempo, después de uno de los sismos escogidos. Finalmente, se plantearon una serie de recomendaciones que deberían permitir reducir la vulnerabilidad sísmica de Quito. Este proyecto de riesgo sísmico debe considerarse como un estudio preliminar cuyo objetivo es, ante todo, sensibilizar a los responsables y a la población ante los riesgos sísmicos. A PILOT SEISMIC SCENARIO IN QUITO (ECUADOR

  20. Permissive tracts for nickel, copper, platinum group elements (PGE), and chromium deposits of Mauritania (phase V, deliverable 66): Chapter G1 in Second projet de renforcement institutionnel du secteur minier de la République Islamique de Mauritanie (PRISM-II)

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    Taylor, Cliff D.; Horton, John D.

    2012-01-01

    In 1996, at the request of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, a team of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists produced a strategic plan for the acquisition, improvement and modernization of multidisciplinary sets of data to support the growth of the Mauritanian minerals sector and to highlight the geological and mineral exploration potential of the country. In 1999, the Ministry of Petroleum, Energy, and Mines of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania implemented a program for the acquisition of the recommended basic geoscientific information, termed the first Projet de Renforcement Institutionnel du Secteur Minier (Project for Institutional Capacity Building in the Mining Sector, PRISM-I). As a result of the PRISM-I efforts, a great deal of new geological, geophysical, geochemical, remote sensing, and hydrological data became available for evaluation and synthesis. However, the Ministry of Petroleum, Energy, and Mines recognized that additional work was required to extract the full benefit of the data before it could be of greatest use to the international community and of benefit to the Mauritanian minerals and development sector.

  1. Gestion par projets et risques pour la santé psychologique au travail dans la nouvelle économie

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    Marie-Josée Legault

    2006-05-01

    Full Text Available Y a-t-il des problèmes de santé mentale propres au travail dans la nouvelle économie ? Quoiqu’on puisse constater que le modèle de demande psychologique - autonomie décisionnelle de Karasek et Theorell- trouve aussi son application dans les milieux de travail qui empruntent cette forme, on observe, en fait, des formes particulières de ces facteurs dans la forme d’organisation du travail propre à la gestion par projets. Assimilables à « l’hypersollicitation par le client » comme il a été repéré par Christophe Dejours, ces formes ont été observées lors d’une enquête menée récemment sur la conciliation entre la vie privée et la vie professionnelle dans sept organisations montréalaises. La recherche qualitative a recueilli en tout le discours de 88 répondants distribués également selon le sexe et exerçant des fonctions liées au génie informatique. Ces observations permettent d’envisager une nuance au modèle théorique de la santé mentale ci-haut mentionné, visant à tenir compte des effets délétères d’une très grande latitude décisionnelle assortie de très grandes responsabilités chez des travailleurs hautement qualifiés.Are there distinct mental health problems among workers in the new economy? Although we may observe that the psychological demand - decision latitude model of Karakek and Theorell is appropriate and also finds its application in this type of workplace, we also notice some particular forms that these factors take in the management-by-project work organization model. Akin to the so-called "client’s hyper-demanding activity" as identified by Christophe Dejours, these forms were observed during a recent field study about balancing work and family in seven Montreal organizations. The qualitative study collected data from 88 individual interviews of information technology engineers, evenly distributed by gender. These observations allow a nuance of the above-mentioned theoretical

  2. Software requirements

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    Wiegers, Karl E

    2003-01-01

    Without formal, verifiable software requirements-and an effective system for managing them-the programs that developers think they've agreed to build often will not be the same products their customers are expecting. In SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS, Second Edition, requirements engineering authority Karl Wiegers amplifies the best practices presented in his original award-winning text?now a mainstay for anyone participating in the software development process. In this book, you'll discover effective techniques for managing the requirements engineering process all the way through the development cy

  3. V prostranstve mezhdu soboi i personazhem / Stella Saltõkova

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    Saltõkova, Stella

    2006-01-01

    16. juunil. andis Tallinnas Vene Kultuurikeskuses külalisetendusi Georgi Tovstonogovi nim. Suur Draamateater. Mängiti Ronald Harwoodi "Kvartetti", osalesid vene näitlejad Alissa Freindlihh, Kirill Lavrov, Oleg Basilashvili ja Zinaida Sharko

  4. La Stella di Betlemme in arte e scienza

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    Sigismondi, Costantino

    2014-05-01

    The star of Bethlehem has been represented in many artworks, starting from II century AD in Priscilla Catacumbs in Rome. The 14 pointed silver star of 1717 which is located in the place of birth of Jesus in Bethlehem remembers the numbers of generations 14 repeated three times since Abraham to Jesus in Matthew 1: 1-17. Finally the hypotehsis of Mira Ceti as star of Bethlehem is reviewed

  5. Kunst ja selle tegijad kuulugu rahvale / Stella Sägi

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    2004-01-01

    Kruus, Oskar. Kakskümmend üks pulma ja üksteist surma : kirjanduslooliste vestete kogumik. Tallinn : Faatum, 2003 ; Kruus, Oskar. Parunessi pihtimus : [biograafiline romaan]. Tallinn : Faatum, 2004

  6. Participation des agriculteurs à la conception d’un projet de reconversion à l’irrigation localisée dans le périmètre du Tadla

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    Maha Hadioui

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Les périmètres de grande hydraulique au Maroc utilisent pour l’essentiel l’irrigation gravitaire ou l’aspersion. Dans ces périmètres, plusieurs projets pilotes de reconversion collective à l’irrigation localisée sont en cours. Nous avons mené une étude sur la participation des agriculteurs à la conception d’un projet pilote dans le périmètre du Tadla. Le projet ne prévoyait pas initialement de gérer l’aménagement de l’irrigation localisée au niveau des parcelles, mais cet aspect a été inclus par la suite. Les associations d’usagers de l’eau ont été redynamisées, avec notamment la nomination de chefs de bloc, qui doivent jouer le rôle d’intermédiaires entre les agriculteurs et le conseil d’administration. De nombreuses réunions d’information et de coordination ont été organisées. Ces différentes initiatives ont permis une bonne qualité de dialogue entre une minorité d’agriculteurs et les acteurs de développement en charge du projet. Cependant, une majorité d’agriculteurs n’ont pas ou peu participé aux réunions et aux visites de formation sur l’irrigation localisée, et ce, pour trois principales raisons : 1 une majorité des exploitations enquêtées sont gérées par plusieurs héritiers qui exploitent de façon indépendante des lots séparés, mais utilisent la même borne et ainsi sont peu visibles pour l’administration ; 2 l’absence de définition initiale d’une méthode explicite pour s’assurer d’une large participation ; et 3 le rôle limité qu’a joué les associations d’irrigants dans la circulation de l’information. Malgré ces limites, l’expérience a aussi été un lieu important d’apprentissage pour l’ensemble des acteurs, avec une amélioration progressive des conditions et résultats de la participation des agriculteurs.

  7. De l’approche savante au projet de développement local. Une étude de cas : les fours à chaux de Lormandière (Ille-et-Vilaine

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    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available Le site des fours à chaux de Lormandière a été acquis comme espace naturel sensible par le département d'Ille-et-Vilaine en 1988. L'étude du processus d'émergence d'un projet de valorisation de cette usine est l'occasion de décrypter de manière concrète le jeu des acteurs institutionnels et associatifs qui s'y côtoient. Tout d'abord, faute d'intention précise, le site industriel ne fait l'objet d'aucune valorisation. La création d'une association locale en 1996 permet l’esquisse d’un projet autour de l'énergie. L'intervention d'un cabinet d'étude, qui propose une démarche d'interprétation et de valorisation culturelle, ne convainc pas le Conseil général qui s'en tient à une proposition minimale autour d'un sentier d'interprétation. Parallèlement, le passage d'un projet de site à un projet territorial incluant la métropole rennaise amène une autre ambition pour le lieu, qui pourrait devenir un levier pour le développement d'une valorisation culturelle centrée sur le patrimoine industriel.The site that comprises the Lormandière lime kilns was acquired by the Ille-et-Vilaine departmental council in 1988 as a nature reserve. This article describes how a project for the interpretation of the lime kilns emerged and offers an analysis of the various parts played by different local stakeholders in associations and official institutions. To begin with, there was no specific project for the interpretation of the industrial site, but in 1996 an association of local enthusiasts was created, leading to a project based on the theme of energy. A professional agency for cultural projects subsequently proposed a global programme for the interpretation and promotion of the site, but this proposal did not convince the departmental council, which settled for a more minimalist project comprising a pedestrian itinerary with panels of historic interpretation. At the same time, the project evolved from one involving just the site to a

  8. Le projet SCORE (Superior cold recycling) : Evaluation en laboratoire des proprietes mécaniques des enrobés bitumineux retraités en place par les techniques à froid

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    BROSSEAUD, Y; GAUDEFROY, V; BEGHIN, A; PLACIN, F; DELFOSSE, F; BAENA, JM

    2006-01-01

    Afin de promouvoir les technologies de construction favorables à l'environnement (Environmentally Friendly Construction Technologies - EFCT) et pour son 5è programme cadre de recherche et développement PCRD, la Commission européenne a décidé de financer un projet de recherche sur le retraitement en place à froid, intitulé SCORE "Superior Cold Recycling based on benefits of bituminous microemulsions and foamed bitumen. A EFCT system for the rehabilitation and the maintenance of roads", et visa...

  9. Closure requirements

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    Hutchinson, I.P.G.; Ellison, R.D.

    1992-01-01

    Closure of a waste management unit can be either permanent or temporary. Permanent closure may be due to: economic factors which make it uneconomical to mine the remaining minerals; depletion of mineral resources; physical site constraints that preclude further mining and beneficiation; environmental, regulatory or other requirements that make it uneconomical to continue to develop the resources. Temporary closure can occur for a period of several months to several years, and may be caused by factors such as: periods of high rainfall or snowfall which prevent mining and waste disposal; economic circumstances which temporarily make it uneconomical to mine the target mineral; labor problems requiring a cessation of operations for a period of time; construction activities that are required to upgrade project components such as the process facilities and waste management units; and mine or process plant failures that require extensive repairs. Permanent closure of a mine waste management unit involves the provision of durable surface containment features to protect the waters of the State in the long-term. Temporary closure may involve activities that range from ongoing maintenance of the existing facilities to the installation of several permanent closure features in order to reduce ongoing maintenance. This paper deals with the permanent closure features

  10. Contribution méthodologique pour la connaissance du rôle des acteurs locaux dans la réalisation d’un projet de territoire : le cas du projet de la réserve naturelle de Réghaia dans la zone côtière Est de l’Algérois

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    Mohamed Larid

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Dans le domaine de la gestion territoriale, on peut constater le manque et l’insuffisance des outils d’analyse des stratégies des acteurs. Ceci est encore plus ressenti dans les sociétés du monde en développement, où les mécanismes de gestion et d’administration du territoire sont souvent dysfonctionnels. Une meilleure connaissance des relations entre les intervenants dans l’application d’un projet territorial, permet des éclairages sur le contexte de sa réalisation et des orientations suceptibles d’avantager sa réussite. Les repères sur les logiques de comportement aident à cerner les enjeux et à poser les questions clés, pour atteindre les objectifs fixés et conforter l’accomplissement des actions arrêtées. Le présent article rend compte des résultats d’une expérience de terrain, réalisée dans une zone côtière humide de la région algéroise. Il propose une contribution, sur le plan méthodologique, pour la collecte d’informations pertinentes sur le comportement et les possibilités des acteurs dans la réalisation d’un projet local, orienté vers la valorisation et la protection d’un patrimoine naturel important.In the field of territorially management, we can see the insufficiency of analysis tools on the strategies of actors. This is even more crucial in case of the developing world, where the management and territorially administration are often dysfunctional. Better knowledge of the roles of stakeholders in the implementation of a territorial project, provides insights of the context of its implementation and guidance likely to favor its success. The logical behavior help to identify issues and key questions, to achieve the objectives and ensure the completion of actions agreed. This article reports the results of a field experiment conducted in a coastal wetland in the region of Algiers. It offers a contribution, on the methodology for collecting information on the behavior and capabilities of

  11. Nouvelles méthodes pour le problème de gestion de projet multi-compétence

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    Montoya Casas , Carlos Eduardo

    2012-01-01

    In this Phd Thesis we introduce several procedures to solve the Multi-Skill Project Scheduling Problem (MSPSP). The aim is to find a schedule that minimizes the completion time (makespan) of a project, composed of a set of activities. Precedence relations and resource constraints are considered. In this problem, resources are staff members that master several skills. Thus, a given number of workers must be assigned to perform each skill required by an activity. Furthermore, we give a particul...

  12. Utilisations des produits forestiers autres que le bois (PFAB au Cameroun. Cas du projet forestier du Mont Koupé

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    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available Utilization of Non Wood Forest Products in Cameroon. The Case of the Forest Project of the Koupe Mont. A survey using some elements of the RAA method described by Gueye and Schoonmaker (4 led to the identification of 26 plant species belonging to 15 botanical families in the Koupe Mountain forest project (Cameroon. This study deals with the utilization of non wood forest products. The small number of species reported by the study can be explained by the fact that the survey took into account only the species really used by the local population and not all those present in the forest. Study established that : harvesting and utilization of these resources generate incomes, create jobs and allow local population satisfying their needs of food, fodder, medicine, resins, dyes, fiber, handicrafts, flavorings, building materials... Unfortunately, due to organizational problems and absence of structures, the commercialization of these products does not contribute to the welfare of the local population and to the development of the production area which remained dominated by agriculture. In order to ensure the perennial characteristic of the highly demanded species, measures permitting their conservation and their sustainable utilization such as : regulation of the type and the rate of harvesting, use of non destructive harvesting techniques, their domestication through agroforestry techniques, their introduction in home-gardens... should be taken. The management of these resources requires the involvement and effective participation of the rural community. This can be achieved through mass sensitization, training and use of the media.

  13. La Confédération paysanne et José Bové, des actions médiatiques au service d'un projet ?

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    Martin, Jean-Philippe

    2005-01-01

    Ce travail veut replacer l'action menée à Millau, pendant l'été 1999, par des éleveurs de brebis et José Bové, contre un Mac Donald's dans l'histoire du syndicat auquel il se réfère, la Confédération paysanne. Ce syndicat est né en 1987 du rapprochement de courants de gauche. Il entend défendre en priorité les petits et moyens producteurs, promouvoir une agriculture qui produisent des aliments de qualité et ne pollue pas. Dans son projet, la valeur de solidarité est primordiale. Cette ...

  14. Une formation à distance pour la certification des compétences à l’ère du numérique : le projet C2i Université Laval - Université de Bordeaux

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Il est désormais devenu indispensable de maîtriser les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC pour entreprendre avec succès des études universitaires. Sur ce point, la prise de conscience est de plus en plus forte et la question de la certification des compétences requises à l’ère du numérique devient un enjeu pour les universités. À partir d’un projet pilote mené dans le cadre de la collaboration internationale entre l’Université Laval (Québec et l’Université de Bordeaux (France, nous nous interrogeons dans cet article sur les conditions de mise en place d’une formation à distance en réponse à cette préoccupation.

  15. Informatique: tous pour un ... projet

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    Delétraz, F; Requin, J-M

    2004-01-01

    "Pour des raisons de coût et d'efficacité, les chercheurs font de plus en plus travailler ensemble des ordinateurs éparpillés sur tous les continents. Pour faire avancer la science, tous les moyens et tous les réseaux sont bons" (1 page)

  16. Le management des projets scientifiques

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    Perrier, Françoise

    2000-12-01

    We describe in this paper a new approach for the management of scientific projects. This approach is the result of a long reflexion carried out within the MQDP (Methodology and Quality in the Project Development) group of INSU-CNRS, and continued with Guy Serra. Our reflexion was initiated with the study of the so-called `North-American Paradigm' which was, initially considered as the only relevant management model. Through our active participation in several astrophysical projects we realized that this model could not be applied to our laboratories without major modifications. Therefore, step-by-step, we have constructed our own methodology, using to the fullest human potential resources existing in our research field, their habits and skills. We have also participated in various working groups in industrial and scientific organisms for the benefits of CNRS. The management model presented here is based on a systemic and complex approach. This approach lets us describe the multiple aspects of a scientific project specially taking into account the human dimension. The project system model includes three major interconnected systems, immersed within an influencing and influenced environment: the `System to be Realized' which defines scientific and technical tasks leading to the scientific goals, the `Realizing System' which describes procedures, processes and organization, and the `Actors' System' which implements and boosts all the processes. Each one exists only through a series of successive models, elaborated at predefined dates of the project called `key-points'. These systems evolve with time and under often-unpredictable circumstances and the models have to take it into account. At these key-points, each model is compared to reality and the difference between the predicted and realized tasks is evaluated in order to define the data for the next model. This model can be applied to any kind of projects.

  17. Coloss project; Le projet Coloss

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    2005-07-01

    The COLOSS project was a shared-cost action, co-ordinated by IRSN within the Euratom Research Framework Programme 1998-2002. Started in February 2000, the project lasted three years. The work-programme performed by 19 partners was shaped around complementary activities aimed at improving severe accident codes. Unresolved risk-relevant issues regarding H2 production, melt generation and the source term were studied, through a large number of experiments such as a) dissolution of fresh and high burn-up UO{sub 2} and MOX by molten Zircaloy, b) simultaneous dissolution of UO{sub 2} and ZrO{sub 2} by molten Zircaloy, c) oxidation of U-O-Zr mixtures by steam, d) degradation-oxidation of B{sub 4}C control rods. Significant results have been produced from separate-effects, semi-global and large-scale tests on COLOSS topics. Break-through were achieved on some issues. Nevertheless, more data are needed for consolidation of the modelling on burn-up effects on UO{sub 2} and MOX dissolution and on oxidation of U-O-Zr and B{sub 4}C-metal mixtures. There was experimental evidence that the oxidation of these mixtures can contribute significantly to the large H2 production observed during the reflooding of degraded cores under severe accident conditions. Based on the experimental results obtained on the COLOSS topics, corresponding models were developed and were successfully implemented in several severe accident codes. Upgraded codes were then used for plant calculations to evaluate the consequences of new models on key severe accident sequences occurring in different plants designs involving B{sub 4}C control rods (EPR, BWR, VVER- 1000) as well as in the TMI-2 accident. The large series of plant calculations involved sensitivity studies and code benchmarks. Main severe accident codes in use in the EU for safety studies were used such as ICARE/CATHARE, SCDAP/RELAP5, ASTEC, MELCOR and MAAP4. This activity enabled: a) the assessment of codes to calculate core degradation, b) the identification of main uncertainties and needs for short-term developments and, c) the identification of safety implications of new results. This document includes: the compendium of the project, the synthesis and final reports, which present the project, the main results and their safety implications in the field of the core melt accidents on LWRs, the presentation given at the Symposium FISA 2003, which gives a brief summary of the results and their potential safety implications on reactors in severe accident conditions, a first paper published in 'Nuclear Engineering and Design' journal, which gives details on the main results obtained one year and a half after the beginning of the project, and a second paper published also in 'Nuclear Engineering and Design' journal, which presents the results obtained in the second part of the project. It gives also the main conclusions of the project and its recommendations in terms of future R and D activities.

  18. Du journal papier au cyberjournal en pédagogie du projet avec des primo-arrivants : rupture ou complémentarité ? From printed newspaper to hypertext newspaper: rupture or complementarity in project work with recently settled pupils?

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    Xavier Lavry

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available Mettre en place une pédagogie du projet avec un groupe de collégiens primo-arrivants dans le cadre d’une classe de Français Langue Seconde offre la possibilité d’entamer un travail à la fois sur les aspects structurels et pragmatiques de la langue. Cette pratique de classe permet en effet, lors de l’apprentissage du français, l’inscription des apprenants dans une activité langagière authentique. Le projet que nous avons organisé s’est développé en deux étapes : la première concernait la fabrication d’un journal papier et la seconde la réalisation d’un cyberjournal. Le passage entre ces deux étapes sous-entend une prise en charge complète par les élèves d’outils relevant des TIC (Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication, par exemple en ce qui concerne la création de pages Internet et l'entourage technique et donc une confrontation à de nouveaux supports d’apprentissage. En nous basant sur trois niveaux d’analyse (les activités d’apprentissage mises en place, le processus de collaboration et le rôle et la place de l’outil informatique nous déterminons les similitudes, nouveautés ou différences entre les deux formes du projet. Nous verrons ainsi que les processus de construction et de transformation des connaissances intervenant dans chacune des étapes sont soumis à un phénomène de rupture ou de complémentarité.Setting up IT-mediated project work with secondary school children in a French as a Second Language class gives the opportunity to work on both structural and pragmatic aspects of language. As far as the learning of French is concerned, this classroom technique allows learners to be involved in authentic language activity. The pedagogical project which we set up was organized in two stages: the elaboration of a newspaper followed by the elaboration of a cyber-magazine. The passage between these two stages implies the complete management by the children of the computer tools

  19. Feed tank transfer requirements

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    Freeman-Pollard, J.R.

    1998-01-01

    This document presents a definition of tank turnover; DOE responsibilities; TWRS DST permitting requirements; TWRS Authorization Basis (AB) requirements; TWRS AP Tank Farm operational requirements; unreviewed safety question (USQ) requirements; records and reporting requirements, and documentation which will require revision in support of transferring a DST in AP Tank Farm to a privatization contractor for use during Phase 1B

  20. Methods of Containment Adopted for the EL4 Reactor and Projected Heavy-Water, Gas-Cooled Plants; Mode de Confinement Adopte pour le Reacteur EL4 et les Projets de Centrales Eau Lourde-Gaz

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    Schulhof, P.; Justin, F. [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Paris (France)

    1967-09-15

    After a brief description of the plant, the paper explains the principles adopted for preventing the release of waste gas, from the EL4 reactor and refers to some of the difficulties associated with this type of containment. From the economic standpoint, the authors present the results of a comparative civil engineering study of pre-stressed concrete and steel shells for a projected 60 MW(e) power station, giving various values for accidental pressures. They demonstrate the influence of the stress values adopted. (author) [French] Les auteurs rappellent les principes adoptes dans le reacteur EL4 pour le confinement des rejets gazeux, apres une description sommaire des installations. Suivent quelques aspects des difficultes introduites par ce type de confinement. Dans le domaine economique, ils presentent le resultat d'une etude comparative de genie civil d'enceintes en beton precontraint et en acier pour un projet de centrale de 600 MW(e), avec diverses valeurs de pression accidentelle. Dans cette etude, ils font ressortir l'influence des valeurs admises pour le taux de travail des materiaux. (author)

  1. ACT NOW: Kindergarten children, eco citizens at its best - Pilot project in Algeria : Green Buds (Eco Bourgeons); AGIR MAINTENANT : Les enfants de la maternelle, eco citoyens par excellence -- Projet pilote en Algerie : Eco Bourgeons

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    Zahid, Fatima Djalila; Stambouli, Amine Boudghene; Youcef, Reda Dali

    2010-09-15

    Based on originality, reproducibility, impact, duration and consistence of action, the Green Buds pilot program (Eco Bourgeons) in Algeria under the wings of the 'El Baraim' association has for slogan: 'Consume adequately, live better' ('Consommons juste, vivons mieux'). The long term objective: Introduce the ED as a subject in the national education program. [French] Inculquer des eco gestes a 672 enfants de la maternelle dans le sens de la ME a travers un programme educatif riche et adequat, c'est eduquer nos futurs citoyens (industriels, dirigeants, etc.) au respect de nos ressources energetiques et de l'environnement. Se basant sur les criteres de l'originalite, la reproductibilite, l'impact, la duree et la ''consistance'' de l'action, le projet 'Eco Bourgeons' pilote en Algerie sous tutelle de l'association 'El Baraim' a pour slogan : 'Consommons juste, vivons mieux'. L'objectif a long terme: Introduire la ME comme matiere dans le Programme de l'Education Nationale.

  2. La durabilité des géosynthétiques dans les installations de stockage de déchets : le projet Durageos DURAGEOS. Durability of geosynthetics used in landfills

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    FARCAS, Fabienne ; PONS, Carlos ; BOUCHEZ, Théodore ; MAZÉAS, Laurent ; MÉRY, Jacques ; TOUZE-FOLTZ, Nathalie ; DURRIEU, Claude ; FAYOLLE, Bruno ; RICHAUD, Emmanuel ; LANOË, Marie ; MARTINS, Jean ; PIERSON, Patrick ; SALDI, Fethi

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Les géosynthétiques sont de plus en plus utilisés pour renforcer les barrières d'étanchéité des installations de stockage des déchets non dangereux. Afin de réduire l'impact environnemental des installations, les utilisateurs de ces matériaux ont donc besoin de guides et de recommandations sur leur mise en œuvre délicate, mais également d'estimations sur leur durée de vie. Cet article nous présente les moyens mis en œuvre par le projet Durageos pour mieux connaître et prédire les processus de vieillissement des géomembranes en polyéthylène haute densité et des géosynthétiques bentonitiques.The DURAGEOS project studies geosynthetics (HDPE geomembranes and GCLs ageing mechanisms under combined action of mechanical stresses, microorganisms and/or oxygen in connection with mass transfer. Physico-chemical and mechanical features of model and commercial geosynthetics aged in laboratory allow the development of a kinetic model of prediction of the lifetime coupled to a model of mass transfer. The models will be validated by geosynthetics sampled on landfill sites. Ecotoxicological risks and environmental external costs of transfers are to be assessed.

  3. Rôle des acteurs dans le processus d’élaboration de projets routiers. Analyse de l’approche opérationnelle et recherche de critères décisionnels.

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    Shahinaz Sayagh

    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available Depuis le stade des études préliminaires jusqu’à la réalisation des travaux, un projet routier fait l’objet de décisions successives (opportunité, budget, tracé…, selon une procédure progressive et réglementée. Cette succession de choix s’insère dans un faisceau de contraintes environnementales, techniques et financières. Ceci rend le processus décisionnel complexe, du fait notamment de la multiplicité des acteurs potentiellement impliqués. Dans ce contexte, la contribution de chercheurs peut consister à fournir des méthodes, permettant d’apporter un éclairage sur les conséquences potentielles en terme de développement durable, des décisions successives prises depuis la conception d’un projet routier jusqu’à sa réalisation. Dans cette perspective, une analyse des critères décisionnels propres à chacun des acteurs au sein du processus décisionnel, est nécessaire. L’objectif de cet article est d’analyser sur quels enjeux généraux reposent les critères décisionnels intervenant dans les différents choix successifs d’un projet routier. Il s’agit d’une part d’effectuer l’examen détaillé du processus décisionnel régi par des éléments factuels imposés par la réglementation, et d’autre part de mieux appréhender les critères non réglementaires, propres à chaque acteur sous la forme de témoignages. Sur la base de la synthèse réalisée, une discussion propose ensuite de mettre en perspective l’analyse effectuée au regard des enjeux environnementaux et de concertation. L’analyse montre la difficulté à définir une liste de critères décisionnels relatifs à la prise en compte des enjeux du développement durable. D’autre part, la réflexion menée met en lumière la meilleure prise en compte des enjeux environnementaux lorsqu’une démarche de concertation est menée en amont du projet, ce qui va au-delà du simple cadre réglementaire et reste à l’initiative de la ma

  4. Feed tank transfer requirements

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    Freeman-Pollard, J.R.

    1998-01-01

    This document presents a definition of tank turnover. Also, DOE and PC responsibilities; TWRS DST permitting requirements; TWRS Authorization Basis (AB) requirements; TWRS AP Tank Farm operational requirements; unreviewed safety question (USQ) requirements are presented for two cases (i.e., tank modifications occurring before tank turnover and tank modification occurring after tank turnover). Finally, records and reporting requirements, and documentation which will require revision in support of transferring a DST in AP Tank Farm to a privatization contractor are presented

  5. Feed tank transfer requirements

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    Freeman-Pollard, J.R.

    1998-09-16

    This document presents a definition of tank turnover. Also, DOE and PC responsibilities; TWRS DST permitting requirements; TWRS Authorization Basis (AB) requirements; TWRS AP Tank Farm operational requirements; unreviewed safety question (USQ) requirements are presented for two cases (i.e., tank modifications occurring before tank turnover and tank modification occurring after tank turnover). Finally, records and reporting requirements, and documentation which will require revision in support of transferring a DST in AP Tank Farm to a privatization contractor are presented.

  6. Projet Télétandem Brésil, trois années d'échanges franco-brésiliens en ligne : le point de vue des étudiants français Teletandem Brazil project, three years of Franco-Brazilian online interactions: the point of view of French students

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    Liliane Santos

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Le projet Télétandem Brésil (Unesp, 2006 met en relation des étudiants de portugais de l'université de Lille 3 (France et des étudiants de français de l'université de l'État de São Paulo (Brésil, pour, selon les principes du tandem, qu'ils s'engagent dans un processus d'apprentissage collaboratif dans leur langue et culture respectives fondé sur l'autonomie et la réciprocité. L'analyse des carnets de bord tenus par les étudiants tout au long de la formation, des rapports de fin de semestre, et des messages échangés entre partenaires permettra de dégager le point de vue des étudiants sur le fonctionnement du projet et du partenariat, ainsi que sur les thèmes traités avec leurs partenaires. Cela nous permettra en outre de faire quelques propositions concernant les conditions d'un partenariat réussi tant du point de vue matériel et culturel que de la relation entre les individus impliqués dans un tel projet.The telecollaborative project Teletandem Brazil (Unesp, 2006, gathering the University of Lille 3 (France and the State University of São Paulo (Brazil, enables students to take part in online exchanges. Based on the principles of autonomy and reciprocity, the project engages pairs of students in a collaborative learning of their respective languages and cultures. We analyze the students' opinions on the project, the partnership and the topics covered in the sessions in order to identify elements for a successful partnership, in terms of resources, cultural competence, and relationship between individuals.

  7. Assessing Requirements Quality through Requirements Coverage

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    Rajan, Ajitha; Heimdahl, Mats; Woodham, Kurt

    2008-01-01

    In model-based development, the development effort is centered around a formal description of the proposed software system the model. This model is derived from some high-level requirements describing the expected behavior of the software. For validation and verification purposes, this model can then be subjected to various types of analysis, for example, completeness and consistency analysis [6], model checking [3], theorem proving [1], and test-case generation [4, 7]. This development paradigm is making rapid inroads in certain industries, e.g., automotive, avionics, space applications, and medical technology. This shift towards model-based development naturally leads to changes in the verification and validation (V&V) process. The model validation problem determining that the model accurately captures the customer's high-level requirements has received little attention and the sufficiency of the validation activities has been largely determined through ad-hoc methods. Since the model serves as the central artifact, its correctness with respect to the users needs is absolutely crucial. In our investigation, we attempt to answer the following two questions with respect to validation (1) Are the requirements sufficiently defined for the system? and (2) How well does the model implement the behaviors specified by the requirements? The second question can be addressed using formal verification. Nevertheless, the size and complexity of many industrial systems make formal verification infeasible even if we have a formal model and formalized requirements. Thus, presently, there is no objective way of answering these two questions. To this end, we propose an approach based on testing that, when given a set of formal requirements, explores the relationship between requirements-based structural test-adequacy coverage and model-based structural test-adequacy coverage. The proposed technique uses requirements coverage metrics defined in [9] on formal high-level software

  8. Quelques remarques sur le projet d’une Histoire sociale des langues de France et les problèmes qui se sont posés lors de son élaboration

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    Kremnitz Georg

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Les conditions de la genèse du projet – les voies nouvelles que la liste Cerquiglini a ouvertes pour la sociolinguistique – et le collectif de chercheurs qui s’en occupe. Les motivations du collectif : rééquilibrer les relations entre production et réception linguistiques, donc un problème de la pratique de la recherche depuis la linguistique et comparative ; dénationaliser les histoires de la communication, donc rediscuter les idéologies implicites de la recherche ; repenser les différences entre histoire de la langue et grammaire historique. Les choix que le collectif a effectués : il a fallu privilégier les périodes moderne et contemporaine sans négliger les antécédents. Tout en partant de la liste Cerquiglini il a fallu la dépasser à certains points. Il était surtout important d’intégrer dans cette présentation également des langues qui ne figurent pas dans la liste tout en ayant joué un rôle considérable dans le passé, parfois en ce moment. Le but de l’effort est une présentation générale de l’histoire de la communication en France. Ceci permet également de prévoir certaines évolutions de la communication, en France comme ailleurs.

  9. Postmarket Requirements and Commitments

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — Provides information to the public on postmarket requirements and commitments. The phrase postmarket requirements and commitments refers to studies and clinical...

  10. Requirements for existing buildings

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    Thomsen, Kirsten Engelund; Wittchen, Kim Bjarne

    This report collects energy performance requirements for existing buildings in European member states by June 2012.......This report collects energy performance requirements for existing buildings in European member states by June 2012....

  11. Replacing reserve requirements

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    Edward J. Stevens

    1993-01-01

    An examination of the fading significance of the Federal Reserve System's reserve requirements and the recent flowering of required clearing balances, a rapidly growing feature of Reserve Bank operations.

  12. Projeto de Turismo de Base Comunitária Tartaruga Imbricata, Brasil / Guiana Francesa Projet de tourisme à base communautaire Tartaruga Imbricata, Brésil /Guyane Tartaruga Imbricata community-based tourism project, Brazil / Guyana

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    Nádia Bandeira Sacenco Kornijezuk

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Em novembro de 2009, participei, durante nove dias, de uma experimentação de turismo chamada Projeto de Turismo de Base Comunitária Tartaruga Imbricata, numa rota de integração do Parque Nacional do Cabo Orange, no Brasil, com a Guiana Francesa. Essa viagem foi o primeiro trabalho de campo para a minha tese em Geografia e Gestão Ambiental (em andamento. Essa edição da experimentação visava propiciar a um grupo de gestores franceses, participantes de um seminário de cunho terapêutico chamado “Descobrir-se em terras desconhecidas”, a oportunidade de viver alguns dias em condições materiais rudimentares em uma natureza inóspita, convivendo com comunidades locais. A experiência incluiu: travessias em catraias, trechos em botes infláveis, viagens de camionete em rodovias perigosas, e o melhor: longos trechos de rio a bordo do barco Peixe – Boi, que se tornaria nosso hotel, meio de transporte, refeitório e palco de intensas sessões do seminário Se découvrir en terres inconnues. De forma geral a experimentação mostrou resultado positivo. Concluí que o turismo de base comunitária, da forma como foi realizado no Parque Nacional do Cabo Orange, teve dois efeitos principais: a experiência singular de conviver com comunidades ribeirinhas e o  aprofundamento das relações entre o parque nacional e o seu entorno. Ao final, anexei trechos de entrevistas realizadas com moradores de comunidades ribeirinhas vizinhas do parque nacional e também de um documento raro encontrado nesta viagem: um levantamento sócio-cultural de uma das comunidades, realizado por professores de História e alunos da escola da Vila Velha do Cassiporé.En novembre 2009, j’ai participé, pendant neuf jours, à un projet appelé “Projet de tourisme à base communautaire Tartaruga Imbricata”, un parcours intégré entre le Parc National Cabo Orange au Brésil et la Guyane française. Ce voyage a été le premier travail de terrain pour ma thèse en

  13. PIT Coating Requirements Analysis

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    MINTEER, D.J.

    2000-01-01

    This study identifies the applicable requirements for procurement and installation of a coating intended for tank farm valve and pump pit interior surfaces. These requirements are intended to be incorporated into project specification documents and design media. This study also evaluates previously recommended coatings and identifies requirement-compliant coating products

  14. PIT Coating Requirements Analysis

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    MINTEER, D.J.

    2000-10-20

    This study identifies the applicable requirements for procurement and installation of a coating intended for tank farm valve and pump pit interior surfaces. These requirements are intended to be incorporated into project specification documents and design media. This study also evaluates previously recommended coatings and identifies requirement-compliant coating products.

  15. Future Home Network Requirements

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    Charbonnier, Benoit; Wessing, Henrik; Lannoo, Bart

    This paper presents the requirements for future Home Area Networks (HAN). Firstly, we discuss the applications and services as well as their requirements. Then, usage scenarios are devised to establish a first specification for the HAN. The main requirements are an increased bandwidth (towards 1...

  16. User Requirements for Wireless

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    in the elicitation process. Cases and user requirement elements discussed in the book include: User requirements elicitation processes for children, construction workers, and farmers User requirements for personalized services of a broadcast company Variations in user involvement Practical elements of user...

  17. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT

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    2004-01-01

    This document establishes the Transportation system requirements for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Civilian Radioactive Waste Management System (CRWMS). These requirements are derived from the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management System Requirements Document (CRD). The Transportation System Requirements Document (TSRD) was developed in accordance with LP-3.1Q-OCRWM, Preparation, Review, and Approval of Office of National Transportation Level-2 Baseline Requirements. As illustrated in Figure 1, the TSRD forms a part of the DOE Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM) Technical Baseline

  18. Enjeux de la médiatisation du travail coopératif distribué dans les équipes de projets de conception Stakes of Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design Project Teams Desafíos que presenta la mediatización del trabajo cooperativo distribuido en los equipos de proyectos de diseño

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    Jacqueline Vacherand-Revel

    2007-10-01

    Full Text Available Les mutations organisationnelles que connaissent de nombreuses entreprises globalisées encouragent le développement de nouvelles pratiques collectives de travail pour s’affranchir de l’espace et du temps et mettre en synergie des compétences dispersées géographiquement. L’objet de cet article est d’examiner les spécificités du travail coopératif distribué au sein d’équipes qui réalisent des projets de conception d’envergure. Une forte coopération entre les coéquipiers et la gestion de multiples activités coopératives distribuées nécessitent une utilisation massive des technologies de l’information et de la communication pour interagir régulièrement et travailler ensemble dans des espaces virtuels partagés. Avec de telles conditions de travail, les enjeux sont nombreux et les risques pour la santé des coéquipiers ne doivent pas être négligés. Dans cette perspective, nous examinons les risques liés à la fragmentation du travail, à sa dispersion et les différentes tensions et surcharges qui pèsent sur le travailleur intellectuel et peuvent présenter des effets délétères sur la santé.The organizational changes that many global companies are undergoing are fostering the development of new collective work practices freeing workers from the constraints of space and time and marshalling geographically dispersed skills. The object of this article is to examine the specificities of distributed cooperative work within teams that carry out large-scale design projects. Close cooperation between the team members and the management of multiple distributed cooperative activities require a massive use of information and communication technologies so that they can interact regularly and work together in shared virtual spaces. With such working conditions, there are many issues, and the health risks must not be overlooked. From this perspective, we examine the risks of fragmented work, its dispersion, and various

  19. Transportation System Requirements Document

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    1993-09-01

    This Transportation System Requirements Document (Trans-SRD) describes the functions to be performed by and the technical requirements for the Transportation System to transport spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and high-level radioactive waste (HLW) from Purchaser and Producer sites to a Civilian Radioactive Waste Management System (CRWMS) site, and between CRWMS sites. The purpose of this document is to define the system-level requirements for Transportation consistent with the CRWMS Requirement Document (CRD). These requirements include design and operations requirements to the extent they impact on the development of the physical segments of Transportation. The document also presents an overall description of Transportation, its functions, its segments, and the requirements allocated to the segments and the system-level interfaces with Transportation. The interface identification and description are published in the CRWMS Interface Specification

  20. Les besoins langagiers aux pays-bas, compte rendu d'un projet de recherche (Language Needs in the Netherlands, Research Report).

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    Oud de Glas, M.

    1979-01-01

    Presents results of a survey undertaken to determine (1) the situations in which Dutch students (secondary and higher education level) and workers would be required to use French, German, and English, either for personal or professional tasks; and (2) what gaps existed in actual proficiency in these languages. (AM)

  1. Environmental Requirements Management

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    Cusack, Laura J.; Bramson, Jeffrey E.; Archuleta, Jose A.; Frey, Jeffrey A.

    2015-01-08

    CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CH2M HILL) is the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) prime contractor responsible for the environmental cleanup of the Hanford Site Central Plateau. As part of this responsibility, the CH2M HILL is faced with the task of complying with thousands of environmental requirements which originate from over 200 federal, state, and local laws and regulations, DOE Orders, waste management and effluent discharge permits, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) response and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) corrective action documents, and official regulatory agency correspondence. The challenge is to manage this vast number of requirements to ensure they are appropriately and effectively integrated into CH2M HILL operations. Ensuring compliance with a large number of environmental requirements relies on an organization’s ability to identify, evaluate, communicate, and verify those requirements. To ensure that compliance is maintained, all changes need to be tracked. The CH2M HILL identified that the existing system used to manage environmental requirements was difficult to maintain and that improvements should be made to increase functionality. CH2M HILL established an environmental requirements management procedure and tools to assure that all environmental requirements are effectively and efficiently managed. Having a complete and accurate set of environmental requirements applicable to CH2M HILL operations will promote a more efficient approach to: • Communicating requirements • Planning work • Maintaining work controls • Maintaining compliance

  2. Requirements for Ion Sources

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    Scrivens, R

    2013-01-01

    Ion sources produce beams for a large variety of different physical experiments, industrial processes and medical applications. In order to characterize the beam delivered by them, a list of requirements is necessary. In this chapter the list of principal requirements is specified and definitions for them are given. (author)

  3. Entrepreneurial learning requires action

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    Brink, Tove; Madsen, Svend Ole

    2014-01-01

    that is enhanced by essential large-scale industry players and other SME managers are required to create action and value in learning. An open-mindedness to new learning approaches by SME managers and an open-mindedness to multi- and cross-disciplinary collaboration with SME managers by facilitators is required....

  4. Writing testable software requirements

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    Knirk, D. [Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    1997-11-01

    This tutorial identifies common problems in analyzing requirements in the problem and constructing a written specification of what the software is to do. It deals with two main problem areas: identifying and describing problem requirements, and analyzing and describing behavior specifications.

  5. Engineering Requirements for crowds

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    Rogeiro Silva

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available In the software project the interested parts are highly distributed and form numerous and heterogeneous groups, online or face, constituting what could be called crowds. The development of social applications and cloud computing and mobile has generated a marked increase in environments based requirements in crowds. Technical Requirements Engineering (RE traditional face these scalability issues, and require the co-presence of interested and engineers in joint meetings that can not be made in common physical environments. While different approaches have been introduced to partially automate RE in these contexts, still is required a multi-method approach to semi-automate all activities related to work with crowds. In this paper is propose an approach that integrates existing elicitation techniques and requirements analysis and is complemented by introducing new concepts. The information is collected through direct interaction and social collaboration, and through data mining techniques.

  6. Progress of the BT-EdF-CEA project. The lithium polymer battery; Avancees du projet BT-EdF-CEA. Batterie lithium polymere

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    Marginedes, D.; Majastre, H. [Bollore Technologies, 29 - Quimper (France); Baudry, P.; Lascaud, S. [Electricite de France, 77 - Moret sur Loing (France). Direction des Etudes et Recherches; Bloch, D.; Lebrun, N. [CEA Grenoble, CEREM, 38 (France)

    1996-12-31

    The lithium-polymer energy storage technology requires the production of thin films of huge surface. The BT-EdF-CEA consortium has studied the various manufacturing techniques of these films and their assembly. The process was chosen according to its productivity, low expensiveness, ecological impact and energy performances with capacities reaching 40 Ah. This paper explains: the objectives and specifications of the project, the advantage of the consortium and the role of the different partners, the results (coating, dry extrusion and battery element manufacturing techniques), and the electrochemical performances of the elements. (J.S.)

  7. Progress of the BT-EdF-CEA project. The lithium polymer battery; Avancees du projet BT-EdF-CEA. Batterie lithium polymere

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    Marginedes, D; Majastre, H [Bollore Technologies, 29 - Quimper (France); Baudry, P; Lascaud, S [Electricite de France, 77 - Moret sur Loing (France). Direction des Etudes et Recherches; Bloch, D; Lebrun, N [CEA Grenoble, CEREM, 38 (France)

    1997-12-31

    The lithium-polymer energy storage technology requires the production of thin films of huge surface. The BT-EdF-CEA consortium has studied the various manufacturing techniques of these films and their assembly. The process was chosen according to its productivity, low expensiveness, ecological impact and energy performances with capacities reaching 40 Ah. This paper explains: the objectives and specifications of the project, the advantage of the consortium and the role of the different partners, the results (coating, dry extrusion and battery element manufacturing techniques), and the electrochemical performances of the elements. (J.S.)

  8. Requirements in engineering projects

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    Fernandes, João M

    2016-01-01

    This book focuses on various topics related to engineering and management of requirements, in particular elicitation, negotiation, prioritisation, and documentation (whether with natural languages or with graphical models). The book provides methods and techniques that help to characterise, in a systematic manner, the requirements of the intended engineering system.  It was written with the goal of being adopted as the main text for courses on requirements engineering, or as a strong reference to the topics of requirements in courses with a broader scope. It can also be used in vocational courses, for professionals interested in the software and information systems domain.   Readers who have finished this book will be able to: - establish and plan a requirements engineering process within the development of complex engineering systems; - define and identify the types of relevant requirements in engineering projects; - choose and apply the most appropriate techniques to elicit the requirements of a giv...

  9. Le paysage politique pour territorialiser l’action publique et les projets de développement : le cas de l’éolien au Québec

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    Anne-Sophie Devanne

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available Les activités industrielles et les grandes infrastructures sont depuis longtemps considérées comme contribuant au développement des territoires. Or, ce postulat apparaît ébranlé par des conflits récurrents. Cet article s’intéresse à ceux observés au Québec (Canada, dans les régions de la Gaspésie et du Bas-Saint-Laurent, autour de projets de parcs éoliens. D’abord, la mise en place de la filière énergétique est décrite en quatre phases. Nous essaierons ainsi de démontrer que c’est grâce au travail conflictuel de groupes locaux que des démarches nouvelles ont été proposées par divers acteurs publics. Nous y soulignerons les changements perceptibles par rapport aux pratiques plus classiques en paysage pour, ensuite, discuter de zones de questionnement qui persistent touchant le savoir des experts et les pratiques de gouvernance. Pour conclure, nous soulignons en quoi les travaux misant sur les dimensions politiques du paysage peuvent être croisés à ceux en développement régional et territorial pour, notamment, éclairer les relations entre les sociétés contemporaines et les activités productives.Industries and large infrastructures have been seen as a source of development for decades. This idea is although put into test by opponents of such projects. This paper is looking at conflicts raising around wind farms’ projects in eastern Canada. First, we will describe the settlement of this renewable energy in the province of Quebec, trough four phases. By doing so, we try to demonstrate that the conflicts gave rise to new planning practices supported by public authorities. We shall underline changes noticeable in regard of more classic practices in landscape domain. We will then discuss the questions that still remain concerning experts knowledge and governance practices. To conclude, we will underline how research investing political dimensions of landscape combined to regional studies could offer an

  10. Creativity in Requirement Identification

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    Sørensen, Lene Tolstrup; Olesen, Henning

    Traditional requirements engineering focuses mainly on analysis and elicitation. However, current trends in new system, device and software are towards involving all stakeholders in the early stages of the engineering process to define the user requirements. Creativity is here seen as a major...... keystone in this process in order to open up stakeholder's mind to new technologies, which do not yet exist. This paper dis-cusses the application of creativity in the requirements process and illustrate through cases from the MAGNET and MAGNET Beyond projects....

  11. FAA Financial Requirements

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    1997-06-04

    In June 1995, the FAA developed a "total requirements" estimate for the period : FY 97-FY 02 to help explain the difficulty of supporting a dynamic, growing : aviation industry under a federal budget picture which projected flat or reduced : funding ...

  12. TWRSview system requirements specification

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    Caldwell, J.A.; Lee, A.K.

    1995-12-01

    This document provides the system requirements specification for the TWRSview software system. The TWRSview software system is being developed to integrate electronic data supporting the development of the TWRS technical baseline

  13. Estimating ISABELLE shielding requirements

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    Stevens, A.J.; Thorndike, A.M.

    1976-01-01

    Estimates were made of the shielding thicknesses required at various points around the ISABELLE ring. Both hadron and muon requirements are considered. Radiation levels at the outside of the shield and at the BNL site boundary are kept at or below 1000 mrem per year and 5 mrem/year respectively. Muon requirements are based on the Wang formula for pion spectra, and the hadron requirements on the hadron cascade program CYLKAZ of Ranft. A muon shield thickness of 77 meters of sand is indicated outside the ring in one area, and hadron shields equivalent to from 2.7 to 5.6 meters in thickness of sand above the ring. The suggested safety allowance would increase these values to 86 meters and 4.0 to 7.2 meters respectively. There are many uncertainties in such estimates, but these last figures are considered to be rather conservative

  14. Utility requirements for fusion

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    Vondrasek, R.J.

    1982-02-01

    This report describes work done and results obtained during performance of Task 1 of a study of Utility Requirements and Criteria for Fusion Options. The work consisted of developing a list of utility requirements for fusion optics containing definition of the requirements and showing their relative importance to the utility industry. The project team members developed a preliminary list which was refined by discussions and literature searches. The refined list was recast as a questionnaire which was sent to a substantial portion of the utility industry in this country. Forty-three questionnaire recipients responded including thirty-two utilities. A workshop was held to develop a revised requirements list using the survey responses as a major input. The list prepared by the workshop was further refined by a panel consisting of vice presidents of the three project team firms. The results of the study indicate that in addition to considering the cost of energy for a power plant, utilities consider twenty-three other requirements. Four of the requirements were judged to be vital to plant acceptability: Plant Capital Cost, Financial Liability, Plant Safety and Licensability

  15. Retrofitting of the hydro-power installation of Vicques, Switzerland; Rehabilitation de la centrale de Vicques, Emile Aebin SA. Etude d'avant-projet

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    2007-04-15

    This technical report for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) reports on work involved in obtaining a new concession for the use of the water in the mill canal in Vicques, Switzerland on the Scheulte river. The author states that the existing concession for use is not optimal and should be optimised. A window of opportunity exists as a new river protection law requires a higher residual water flow rate and the creation of a fish passage facility. The paper discusses how the production of electrical energy could be doubled. The existing installation is described. Details of existing conduits and the installed power generator are presented. The measures proposed for the renewal of the hydro-power plant are described. An annex includes a copy of the construction plans.

  16. Bill concerning the national commitment for the environment (final text); Projet de Loi portant engagement national pour l'environnement (Texte definitif)

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    2010-07-01

    The French house of commons has adopted this bill which allows to adapt the French legislation to the new requirements defined by the program law relative to the implementation of the French road-mad in favor of ecology and sustainable development ('Grenelle de l'environnement'). The bill covers 6 main domains: settlement and urbanism, transports, energy, biodiversity, environment and waste management, and governance and information. Its aim is to encourage the development of renewable energy sources, to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions, and to protect the environment thanks to new legal and technical means at the disposal of actors with practical experience, in particular the local authorities. (J.S.)

  17. Publisher Correction: Embryonic defects induced by maternal obesity in mice derive from Stella insufficiency in oocytes.

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    Han, Longsen; Ren, Chao; Li, Ling; Li, Xiaoyan; Ge, Juan; Wang, Haichao; Miao, Yi-Liang; Guo, Xuejiang; Moley, Kelle H; Shu, Wenjie; Wang, Qiang

    2018-05-01

    In the version of this article originally published, the positions of Wenjie Shu and Qiang Wang in the author list were reversed and incorrect images were displayed in the HTML for Supplementary Figs. 1-12. The errors have been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.

  18. Red cherries (Prunus avium var. Stella) processed by pulsed electric field - Physical, chemical and microbiological analyses.

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    Sotelo, Kristine A G; Hamid, Nazimah; Oey, Indrawati; Pook, Chris; Gutierrez-Maddox, Noemi; Ma, Qianli; Ying Leong, Sze; Lu, Jun

    2018-02-01

    This study examined, for the first time, the effect of mild or moderate intensity pulsed electric field (PEF) processing on cherries, in particular changes in physicochemical properties, release of anthocyanins and polyphenols, and the potential growth of lactic acid bacteria. Cherry samples were treated at a constant pulse frequency of 100Hz and a constant pulse width of 20μs with different electric field strengths between 0.3 and 2.5kV/cm. Titratable acidity and total soluble solids values of most PEF samples stored for 24h significantly decreased compared to other samples. Stored samples also had increased cyanidin glucoside content. However, concentration of rutin, 4-hydroxybenzoic acid and isorhamnetin rutinoside significantly decreased in samples stored for 24h. In conclusion, sweet cherries were only influenced by storage after PEF processing. PEF processing did not affect the growth of probiotic bacteria. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  19. A STELLA model to estimate soil CO2 emissions from a short-rotation woody crop

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    Ying Ouyang; Theodor D. Leininger; Jeff Hatten; Prem B. Parajuli

    2012-01-01

    The potential for climatic factors as well as soil–plant–climate interactions to change as a result of rising levels of atmospheric CO2 concentration is an issue of increasing international environmental concern. Agricultural and forest practices and managements may be important contributors to mitigating elevated atmospheric CO2...

  20. Range Flight Safety Requirements

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    Loftin, Charles E.; Hudson, Sandra M.

    2018-01-01

    The purpose of this NASA Technical Standard is to provide the technical requirements for the NPR 8715.5, Range Flight Safety Program, in regards to protection of the public, the NASA workforce, and property as it pertains to risk analysis, Flight Safety Systems (FSS), and range flight operations. This standard is approved for use by NASA Headquarters and NASA Centers, including Component Facilities and Technical and Service Support Centers, and may be cited in contract, program, and other Agency documents as a technical requirement. This standard may also apply to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory or to other contractors, grant recipients, or parties to agreements to the extent specified or referenced in their contracts, grants, or agreements, when these organizations conduct or participate in missions that involve range flight operations as defined by NPR 8715.5.1.2.2 In this standard, all mandatory actions (i.e., requirements) are denoted by statements containing the term “shall.”1.3 TailoringTailoring of this standard for application to a specific program or project shall be formally documented as part of program or project requirements and approved by the responsible Technical Authority in accordance with NPR 8715.3, NASA General Safety Program Requirements.

  1. NP Science Network Requirements

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    Dart, Eli [Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States); Rotman, Lauren [Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States); Tierney, Brian [Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)

    2011-08-26

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivity for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science (SC), the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. To support SC programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 20 years. In August 2011, ESnet and the Office of Nuclear Physics (NP), of the DOE SC, organized a workshop to characterize the networking requirements of the programs funded by NP. The requirements identified at the workshop are summarized in the Findings section, and are described in more detail in the body of the report.

  2. Identification des freins et des leviers dans la coopération médecin généraliste-pharmacien d'officine, au sein d'un programme d'ETP sur l'ostéoporose (Projet SIOUX)

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    Mettavant , Laurie

    2014-01-01

    Non disponible / Not available; L’ostéoporose post-ménopausique est un enjeu important de santé publique. A l’heure actuelle, nousdisposons de moyens thérapeutiques efficaces permettant d’envisager une meilleure prise en charge,mais l’adhésion du patient à son traitement conditionne le succès thérapeutique. Les patientes peuventintégrer un programme d’éducation thérapeutique et prolonger leur suivi dans le cadre du projetSIOUX (Suivi Intégré de l’Ostéoporose par les URPS-X) au CHR de Metz-Thi...

  3. Une estimation de la précarité des patients recourant à la médecine générale en centres de santé. Le cas des centres de santé du projet Epidaure-CDS

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    Anissa Afrite; Julien Mousques; Yann Bourgueil

    2015-01-01

    Le projet exploratoire Epidaure-CDS a pour objectif principal d’analyser la spécificité des centres de santé (CDS) dans l’offre de soins et de déterminer s’ils jouent un rôle particulier dans la réduction des inégalités sociales de santé, notamment en facilitant l’accès aux soins primaires pour les personnes en situation de précarité ou de vulnérabilité sociale, ce qui n’a été que peu exploré jusqu’à présent. Il s’agit ici d’estimer en quoi la population recourant à la médecine générale dans ...

  4. Comprendre l'expérience de lecteurs désengagés lors d'un projet de cercle de lecture au sein d'une équipe de hockey de jeunes garçons au Canada

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    Jolicoeur Manon

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Cette recherche collaborative réunissant un entraineur de hockey et une chercheuse vise à décrire l'impact de l'expérimentation d'un dispositif de cercle de lecture auprès d'une équipe de jeunes garçons francophones de 9 et 10 ans du Nouveau-Brunswick (Canada. L'étude se penche particulièrement sur le vécu de trois lecteurs désengagés participant au projet. L'analyse qualitative des données recueillies par entrevues, questionnaires et observations démontre que la motivation a été soutenue et généralisée durant toute la tenue du cercle de lecture et que les lecteurs désengagés ont évolué vers l'engagement.

  5. Early Biological Evolution in Relation to Mineral and Energy Resources: Igcp Project 157 Évolution biologique précoce en relation avec des ressources énergétiques et minérales : projet 157 de l'IGPC

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    Oehler J. H.

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available Project 157 of the International Geological Correlation Program is concerned with the timing of major events in biological history (such as the advent of bacterial sulfate reduction and the development of oxygen-releasing photosynthesis and how these events may have been related to the formation of mineral and fossil fuel deposits. Both direct and indirect forms of microbial involvement are being investigated. Examples of direct involvement would be contributions of sulfate-reducing bacteria to the formation of certain stratiform sulfide mineral deposits and massive accumulation of microbial remains to form bog head coals and oil shales. An example of indirect involvement would be photosynthetic oxygenation of the Proterozoic atmosphere providing conditions amenable to the formation of red bed copper deposits. Two aspects of Project 157 are directly applicable to the search for petroleum reserves. One is the subproject thut deals with pre-Devonian crude oils; a major conclusion of our work in this area is that many Proterozoic sedimentary sequences have oil and gas potential and should not be neglected by explorationists. The other is the subproject that deals with organic diagenesis of modern microbial mat communities; among other things, work in this area should lead to the recognition of new biological tracer compounds that can be used for oil-to-source correlations. Le projet 157 du Programme International de Corrélations Géologiques concerne le déroulement dans le temps des événements majeurs de l'histoire biologique (comme l'apparition de la réduction bactérienne des sulfates et le développement de la photosynthèse productive d'oxygène et comment ces événements sont en relation avec la formation de minerais et de combustibles fossiles. On étudie les actions microbiologiques directes ou indirectes. Des exemples d'actions directes peuvent être le rôle des bactéries réductrices des sulfates dans la formation de minerais

  6. Quantifying requirements volatility effects

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    Kulk, G.P.; Verhoef, C.

    2008-01-01

    In an organization operating in the bancassurance sector we identified a low-risk IT subportfolio of 84 IT projects comprising together 16,500 function points, each project varying in size and duration, for which we were able to quantify its requirements volatility. This representative portfolio

  7. Requirements for Xenon International

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    Hayes, James C.; Ely, James H.

    2013-09-26

    This document defines the requirements for the new Xenon International radioxenon system. The output of this project will be a Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed prototype and a manufacturer-developed production prototype. The two prototypes are intended to be as close to matching as possible; this will be facilitated by overlapping development cycles and open communication between PNNL and the manufacturer.

  8. Requirements for Xenon International

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    Hayes, James C. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Ely, James H. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Haas, Derek A. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Harper, Warren W. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Heimbigner, Tom R. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Hubbard, Charles W. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Humble, Paul H. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Madison, Jill C. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Morris, Scott J. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Panisko, Mark E. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Ripplinger, Mike D. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Stewart, Timothy L. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)

    2015-12-30

    This document defines the requirements for the new Xenon International radioxenon system. The output of this project will be a Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed prototype and a manufacturer-developed production prototype. The two prototypes are intended to be as close to matching as possible; this will be facilitated by overlapping development cycles and open communication between PNNL and the manufacturer.

  9. Requirements for enrichment tools

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    Boer, A.; Winkels, R.; Trompper, M.

    2016-01-01

    This report gives a high level overview of requirements for Enrichment tools in the Openlaws.eu project. Openlaws.eu aims to initiate a platform and develop a vision for Big Open Legal Data (BOLD): an open framework for legislation, case law, and legal literature from across Europe.

  10. Data Crosscutting Requirements Review

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    Kleese van Dam, Kerstin [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Shoshani, Arie [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Plata, Charity [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)

    2013-04-01

    In April 2013, a diverse group of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) scientific community assembled to assess data requirements associated with DOE-sponsored scientific facilities and large-scale experiments. Participants in the review included facilities staff, program managers, and scientific experts from the offices of Basic Energy Sciences, Biological and Environmental Research, High Energy Physics, and Advanced Scientific Computing Research. As part of the meeting, review participants discussed key issues associated with three distinct aspects of the data challenge: 1) processing, 2) management, and 3) analysis. These discussions identified commonalities and differences among the needs of varied scientific communities. They also helped to articulate gaps between current approaches and future needs, as well as the research advances that will be required to close these gaps. Moreover, the review provided a rare opportunity for experts from across the Office of Science to learn about their collective expertise, challenges, and opportunities. The "Data Crosscutting Requirements Review" generated specific findings and recommendations for addressing large-scale data crosscutting requirements.

  11. Ongoing experiments: diagnostics requirements

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    Dickerman, C.E.

    1976-01-01

    The paper reviews the fuel motion diagnostics needs for ongoing LMFBR safety experiments over approximately the next five years, with the discussion centered on TREAT. Brief comments on the direction in which clad motion diagnostics requirements are expected to develop are also presented

  12. Human Systems Integration Requirements

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    2009-09-01

    52 Stratofortress, C/ KC -135 Stratotanker, E-3 Sentry and contractor logistics support aircraft; as well as a substantial jet engine inventory...www.hqda.army.mil/ teo /Sutability%20Terms%20MOA%20Oct%2005.pdf q. ISO 9241-11, Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs

  13. Spent fuel storage requirements

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    Fletcher, J.

    1982-06-01

    Spent fuel storage requirements, as projected through the year 2000 for U.S. LWRs, were calculated using information supplied by the utilities reflecting plant status as of December 31, 1981. Projections through the year 2000 combined fuel discharge projections of the utilities with the assumed discharges of typical reactors required to meet the nuclear capacity of 165 GWe projected by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) for the year 2000. Three cases were developed and are summarized. A reference case, or maximum at-reactor (AR) capacity case, assumes that all reactor storage pools are increased to their maximum capacities as estimated by the utilities for spent fuel storage utilizing currently licensed technologies. The reference case assumes no transshipments between pools except as currently licensed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). This case identifies an initial requirement for 13 MTU of additional storage in 1984, and a cumulative requirement for 14,490 MTU additional storage in the year 2000. The reference case is bounded by two alternative cases. One, a current capacity case, assumes that only those pool storage capacity increases currently planned by the operating utilities will occur. The second, or maximum capacity with transshipment case, assumes maximum development of pool storage capacity as described above and also assumes no constraints on transshipment of spent fuel among pools of reactors of like type (BWR, PWR) within a given utility. In all cases, a full core discharge capability (full core reserve or FCR) is assumed to be maintained for each reactor, except that only one FCR is maintained when two reactors share a common pool. For the current AR capacity case the indicated storage requirements in the year 2000 are indicated to be 18,190 MTU; for the maximum capacity with transshipment case they are 11,320 MTU

  14. [Project for] a high-flux extracted neutron beam reactor [for physicists]; Un [projet de] reacteur a haut flux et faisceaux sortis [pour physiciens

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    Ageron, P [Commissariat a l' Energie Atomique, Grenoble (France). Centre d' Etudes Nucleaires

    1964-07-01

    French requirements in neutron beams of different energies extracted from a reactor are briefly described. The well-known importance of cold neutrons (above 4 Angstrom) is emphasized. The main characteristics of a reactor suitable for physicists are outlined: They are: 1 - A flux of about 7. 10{sup 14} thermal neutrons in the heavy water of the reflector, 2 - Maximum flexibility obtained by: - physical separation of the core and the reflector, - independence of the different experiments, - possibility of modifying physical experiments up to - and including - the nature of the used reflector, without any appreciable interruption in the operation of the reactor, - reduction of fixed shields to a minimum; ample use of liquid shields (water) and fluid shields (sands). 3 - Technological continuity as far as possible with French research reactors (Siloe, Pegase, Osiris) already existing or under construction. 4 - Safety of operation arising from simplicity of conception. 5 - Minimised construction costs. Lowering of the operating costs is looked for indirectly in the simplification of the solutions and the reduction of operating staff, rather than directly by reducing the consumption of fuel elements and energy. The recommended solution can be described as a closed-core non-pressurized swimming-pool reactor, highly under-moderated by the cooling light water. Surrounding the reactor are a number of 'beam tubes-loops' each consisting of: - a part of the reflector (heavy water in the example described), - a part of neutron extraction beam tube, - the circuits required for their cooling, - the inlet systems of suitable fluids to the beam tube nose (liquid hydrogen in the example described), - the necessary outlets for measurement and control system. The whole 'beam tubes loops' is immersed in the water of the metallic self-supporting swimming-pool. The shielding outside the swimming-pool is composed for the most part by heavy sand in which is the rest of the beam extraction

  15. Next Generation Microbiology Requirements

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    Ott, C. M.; Oubre, C. M.; Elliott, T. F.; Castro, V. A.; Pierson, D. L.

    2012-01-01

    As humans continue to explore deep into space, microorganisms will travel with them. The primary means to mitigate the risk of infectious disease are a combination of prudent spacecraft design and rigorous operational controls. The effectiveness of these methods are evaluated by microbiological monitoring of spacecraft, food, water, and the crew that is performed preflight, in-flight, and post-flight. Current NASA requirements associated with microbiological monitoring are based on culture-based methodology where microorganisms are grown on a semi-solid growth medium and enumerated. Subsequent identification of the organisms requires specialized labor and large equipment, which historically has been performed on Earth. Requirements that rely strictly on culture-based units limit the use of non-culture based monitoring technology. Specifically, the culture-based "measurement criteria" are Colony Forming Units (CFU, representing the growth of one microorganism at a single location on the agar medium) per a given volume, area, or sample size. As the CFU unit by definition is culture-based, these requirements limit alternative technologies for spaceflight applications. As spaceflight missions such as those to Mars extend further into space, culture-based technology will become difficult to implement due to the (a) limited shelf life of the culture media, (b) mass/volume necessary to carry these consumables, and (c) problems associated with the production of biohazardous material in the habitable volume of the spacecraft. In addition, an extensive amount of new knowledge has been obtained during the Space Shuttle, NASA-Mir, and International Space Station Programs, which gave direction for new or modified microbial control requirements for vehicle design and mission operations. The goal of this task is to develop and recommend a new set of requirements for vehicle design and mission operations, including microbiological monitoring, based upon "lessons learned" and new

  16. Optical CDMA components requirements

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    Chan, James K.

    1998-08-01

    Optical CDMA is a complementary multiple access technology to WDMA. Optical CDMA potentially provides a large number of virtual optical channels for IXC, LEC and CLEC or supports a large number of high-speed users in LAN. In a network, it provides asynchronous, multi-rate, multi-user communication with network scalability, re-configurability (bandwidth on demand), and network security (provided by inherent CDMA coding). However, optical CDMA technology is less mature in comparison to WDMA. The components requirements are also different from WDMA. We have demonstrated a video transport/switching system over a distance of 40 Km using discrete optical components in our laboratory. We are currently pursuing PIC implementation. In this paper, we will describe the optical CDMA concept/features, the demonstration system, and the requirements of some critical optical components such as broadband optical source, broadband optical amplifier, spectral spreading/de- spreading, and fixed/programmable mask.

  17. Preanalytical requirements of urinalysis

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    Delanghe, Joris; Speeckaert, Marijn

    2014-01-01

    Urine may be a waste product, but it contains an enormous amount of information. Well-standardized procedures for collection, transport, sample preparation and analysis should become the basis of an effective diagnostic strategy for urinalysis. As reproducibility of urinalysis has been greatly improved due to recent technological progress, preanalytical requirements of urinalysis have gained importance and have become stricter. Since the patients themselves often sample urine specimens, urinalysis is very susceptible to preanalytical issues. Various sampling methods and inappropriate specimen transport can cause important preanalytical errors. The use of preservatives may be helpful for particular analytes. Unfortunately, a universal preservative that allows a complete urinalysis does not (yet) exist. The preanalytical aspects are also of major importance for newer applications (e.g. metabolomics). The present review deals with the current preanalytical problems and requirements for the most common urinary analytes. PMID:24627718

  18. Users' requirements for IFMIF

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    Noda, K.; Jitsukawa, S.; Ehrlich, K.; Moeslang, A.

    1998-01-01

    The International Fusion Materials Irradiation Facility (IFMIF) is a high energy neutron irradiation facility which generates an intense neutron flux with D-Li stripping reactions for fusion materials testing. The role of IFMIF is (1) development of various fusion reactor materials, (2) determination of design-relevant engineering databases for the DEMO fusion reactor, (3) calibration and validation of data generated from fission reactor irradiations and the other simulation experiments, etc. The conceptual design activity (CDA) of IFMIF was initiated in February 1995 as an IEA collaborative activity to complete a reference conceptual design of IFMIF in December 1996. Users' requirements for the conceptual design of IFMIF were developed for materials to be tested, types of experiments, small specimen test technology and irradiation conditions. Furthermore, the neutron irradiation field characteristics (spectrum, flux/volume, etc.) of IFMIF were evaluated for the conceptual design parameters and were shown to meet the essential requirements of the users. (orig.)

  19. LHCb Online Networking Requirements

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    Jost, B

    2003-01-01

    This document describes the networking requirements of the LHCb online installation. It lists both quantitative aspects such as the number of required switch ports, as well as some qualitative features of the equipment, such as minimum buffer sizes in switches. The document comprises both the data acquisition network and the controls/general-purpose network. While the numbers represent our best current knowledge and are intended to give (in particular) network equipment manufacturers an overview of our needs, this document should not be confused with a market survey questionnaire or a formal tendering document. However the information contained in this document will be the input of any such document. A preliminary schedule for procurement and installation is also given.

  20. TANK FARM ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

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    TIFFT, S.R.

    2003-01-01

    Through regulations, permitting or binding negotiations, Regulators establish requirements, limits, permit conditions and Notice of Construction (NOC) conditions with which the Office of River Protection (ORP) and the Tank Farm Contractor (TFC) must comply. Operating Specifications are technical limits which are set on a process to prevent injury to personnel, or damage to the facility or environment, The main purpose of this document is to provide specification limits and recovery actions for the TFC Environmental Surveillance Program at the Hanford Site. Specification limits are given for monitoring frequencies and permissible variation of readings from an established baseline or previous reading. The requirements in this document are driven by environmental considerations and data analysis issues, rather than facility design or personnel safety issues. This document is applicable to all single-shell tank (SST) and double-shell tank (DST) waste tanks, and the associated catch tanks and receiver tanks, and transfer systems. This Tank Farm Environmental Specifications Document (ESD) implements environmental-regulatory limits on the configuration and operation of the Hanford Tank Farms facility that have been established by Regulators. This ESD contains specific field operational limits and recovery actions for compliance with airborne effluent regulations and agreements, liquid effluents regulations and agreements, and environmental tank system requirements. The scope of this ESD is limited to conditions that have direct impact on Operations/Projects or that Operations Projects have direct impact upon. This document does not supercede or replace any Department of Energy (DOE) Orders, regulatory permits, notices of construction, or Regulatory agency agreements binding on the ORP or the TFC. Refer to the appropriate regulation, permit, or Notice of Construction for an inclusive listing of requirements

  1. Utility requirements for HTGRs

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    Nicholls, D.R.

    1997-01-01

    Eskom, the state utility of South Africa, is currently evaluating the technical and economic feasibility of the helium cooled Pebble Bed Modular Reactor with a closed cycle gas turbine power conversion system for future power generating additions to its electric system. This paper provides an overview of the Eskom system including the needs of the utility for future generation capacity and the key performance requirements necessary for incorporation of this gas cooled reactor plant. (author)

  2. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

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    TIFFT, S.R.

    2003-01-01

    Through regulations, permitting or binding negotiations, Regulators establish requirements, limits, permit conditions and Notice of Construction (NOC) conditions with which the Office of River Protection (ORP) and the Tank Farm Contractor (TFC) must comply. Operating Specifications are technical limits which are set on a process to prevent injury to personnel, or damage to the facility or environment. The main purpose of this document is to provide specification limits and recovery actions for the TFC Environmental Surveillance Program at the Hanford Site. Specification limits are given for monitoring frequencies and permissible variation of readings from an established baseline or previous reading. The requirements in this document are driven by environmental considerations and data analysis issues, rather than facility design or personnel safety issues. This document is applicable to all single-shell tank (SST) and double-shell tank (DST) waste tanks, and the associated catch tanks and receiver tanks, and transfer systems. This Tank Farm Environmental Specifications Document (ESD) implements environmental-regulatory limits on the configuration and operation of the Hanford Tank Farms facility that have been established by Regulators. This ESD contains specific field operational limits and recovery actions for compliance with airborne effluent regulations and agreements, liquid effluents regulations and agreements, and environmental tank system requirements. The scope of this ESD is limited to conditions that have direct impact on Operations Projects or that Operations/Projects have direct impact upon. This document does not supercede or replace any DOE Orders, regulatory permits, notices of construction, or Regulatory agency agreements binding on the ORP or the TFC. Refer to the appropriate regulation, permit, or NOC for an inclusive listing of requirements

  3. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

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    TIFFT, S.R.

    2003-01-01

    Through regulations, permitting or binding negotiations, Regulators establish requirements, limits, permit conditions and Notice of Construction (NOC) conditions with which the Office of River Protection (ORP) and the Tank Farm Contractor (TFC) must comply. Operating Specifications are technical limits which are set on a process to prevent injury to personnel, or damage to the facility or environment. The main purpose of this document is to provide specification limits and recovery actions for the TFC Environmental Surveillance Program at the Hanford Site. Specification limits are given for monitoring frequencies and permissible variation of readings from an established baseline or previous reading. The requirements in this document are driven by environmental considerations and data analysis issues, rather than facility design or personnel safety issues. This document is applicable to all SST and DST waste tanks, and the associated catch tanks and receiver tanks, and transfer systems. This Tank Farm ESD implements environmental-regulatory limits on the configuration and operation of the Hanford Tank Farms facility that have been established by Regulators. This ESD contains specific field operational limits and recovery actions for compliance with airborne effluent regulations and agreements, liquid effluents regulations and agreements, and environmental tank system requirements. The scope of this ESD is limited to conditions that have direct impact on Operations/Projects or that Operations/Projects have direct impact upon. This document does not supercede or replace any DOE Orders, regulatory permits, notices of construction, or Regulatory agency agreements binding on the ORP or the TFC. Refer to the appropriate regulation, permit, or NOC for an inclusive listing of requirements

  4. BER Science Network Requirements

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    Alapaty, Kiran; Allen, Ben; Bell, Greg; Benton, David; Brettin, Tom; Canon, Shane; Dart, Eli; Cotter, Steve; Crivelli, Silvia; Carlson, Rich; Dattoria, Vince; Desai, Narayan; Egan, Richard; Tierney, Brian; Goodwin, Ken; Gregurick, Susan; Hicks, Susan; Johnston, Bill; de Jong, Bert; Kleese van Dam, Kerstin; Livny, Miron; Markowitz, Victor; McGraw, Jim; McCord, Raymond; Oehmen, Chris; Regimbal, Kevin; Shipman, Galen; Strand, Gary; Flick, Jeff; Turnbull, Susan; Williams, Dean; Zurawski, Jason

    2010-11-01

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivity for the US Department of Energy Office of Science, the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. In support of the Office of Science programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs that it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 20 years. In April 2010 ESnet and the Office of Biological and Environmental Research, of the DOE Office of Science, organized a workshop to characterize the networking requirements of the science programs funded by BER. The requirements identified at the workshop are summarized and described in more detail in the case studies and the Findings section. A number of common themes emerged from the case studies and workshop discussions. One is that BER science, like many other disciplines, is becoming more and more distributed and collaborative in nature. Another common theme is that data set sizes are exploding. Climate Science in particular is on the verge of needing to manage exabytes of data, and Genomics is on the verge of a huge paradigm shift in the number of sites with sequencers and the amount of sequencer data being generated.

  5. LEGACY MANAGEMENT REQUIRES INFORMATION

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    CONNELL, C.W.; HILDEBRAND, R.D.

    2006-01-01

    ''Legacy Management Requires Information'' describes the goal(s) of the US Department of Energy's Office of Legacy Management (LM) relative to maintaining critical records and the way those goals are being addressed at Hanford. The paper discusses the current practices for document control, as well as the use of modern databases for both storing and accessing the data to support cleanup decisions. In addition to the information goals of LM, the Hanford Federal Facility Agreement and Consent Order, known as the ''Tri-Party Agreement'' (TPA) is one of the main drivers in documentation and data management. The TPA, which specifies discrete milestones for cleaning up the Hanford Site, is a legally binding agreement among the US Department of Energy (DOE), the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology), and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The TPA requires that DOE provide the lead regulatory agency with the results of analytical laboratory and non-laboratory tests/readings to help guide them in making decisions. The Agreement also calls for each signatory to preserve--for at least ten years after the Agreement has ended--all of the records in its or its contractors, possession related to sampling, analysis, investigations, and monitoring conducted. The tools used at Hanford to meet TPA requirements are also the tools that can satisfy the needs of LM

  6. Are They Climbing the Pyramid? Rating Student-Generated Questions in a Game Design Project / Grimpent-ils la pyramide? Évaluation des questions produites par les étudiants dans un projet de conception de jeux

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    Jason Paul Siko

    2013-02-01

    davantage de questions que ceux qui en étaient à leur première expérience de création de jeux. Il appert que des changements à la rédaction des questions sont requis au projet de jeux pour pouvoir améliorer la performance par rapport aux groupes témoins.

  7. Le projet HANS KAÏ : une approche communautaire visant à améliorer la santé et le bien-être grâce au soutien par les pairs

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    Alexandra Henteleff

    2018-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction : Le modèle HANS KAÏ est une intervention de promotion de la santé originale qui vise à améliorer la santé des participants en ciblant les comportements interdépendants de prévention des maladies chroniques grâce au soutien par les pairs et au renforcement des réseaux de soutien social. L'objectif de notre étude était de mesurer l’efficacité du modèle HANS KAÏ en contexte urbain canadien. Méthodologie : Nous avons utilisé un modèle de recherche interventionnelle à méthodes mixtes appliqué à plusieurs sites entre novembre 2010 et avril 2015. Les données ont été recueillies au moyen de sondages auprès des participants et d’entrevues en personne au début de l'étude puis à 6, 12 et 24 mois. Les participants se sont réunis en groupes au moins une fois par mois durant la période de recherche afin de surveiller eux-mêmes leurs indicateurs de santé, de préparer et de partager une collation saine, de participer à une activité physique, d’établir un objectif en matière de mode de vie sain (facultatif et d'avoir une activité de convivialité. Résultats : Des améliorations statistiquement significatives de la santé mentale ont été constatées avant et après le programme, et 66 % des participants ont fait état de changements de comportement précis résultant de la participation au projet HANS. D’autres effets positifs sur la santé ont été constatés : un soutien par les pairs, l’acquisition de connaissances précises en matière de santé, l’inspiration, la motivation et la prise de responsabilité, l’autonomisation découlant du suivi de ses propres indicateurs de santé, la possibilité de rompre l’isolement social et enfin une meilleure connaissance de la façon d'avoir accès aux services. Conclusion : C'est la nécessité de trouver des moyens innovants pour favoriser la prévention et la gestion des maladies chroniques qui a motivé la mise en oeuvre et l’évaluation du

  8. BES Science Network Requirements

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    Biocca, Alan; Carlson, Rich; Chen, Jackie; Cotter, Steve; Tierney, Brian; Dattoria, Vince; Davenport, Jim; Gaenko, Alexander; Kent, Paul; Lamm, Monica; Miller, Stephen; Mundy, Chris; Ndousse, Thomas; Pederson, Mark; Perazzo, Amedeo; Popescu, Razvan; Rouson, Damian; Sekine, Yukiko; Sumpter, Bobby; Dart, Eli; Wang, Cai-Zhuang -Z; Whitelam, Steve; Zurawski, Jason

    2011-02-01

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivityfor the US Department of Energy Office of Science (SC), the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. In support of the Office ofScience programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs that it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 20 years.

  9. BES Science Network Requirements

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    Dart, Eli; Tierney, Brian; Biocca, A.; Carlson, R.; Chen, J.; Cotter, S.; Dattoria, V.; Davenport, J.; Gaenko, A.; Kent, P.; Lamm, M.; Miller, S.; Mundy, C.; Ndousse, T.; Pederson, M.; Perazzo, A.; Popescu, R.; Rouson, D.; Sekine, Y.; Sumpter, B.; Wang, C.-Z.; Whitelam, S.; Zurawski, J.

    2011-01-01

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivity for the US Department of Energy Office of Science (SC), the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. In support of the Office of Science programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs that it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 20 years.

  10. Section 4: Requirements Intertwining

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    Loucopoulos, Pericles

    Business analysts are being asked to develop increasingly complex and varied business systems that need to cater to the changing and dynamic market conditions of the new economy. This is particularly acute in today’s turbulent business environment where powerful forces such as deregulation, globalisation, mergers, advances in information and telecommunications technologies, and increasing education of people provide opportunities for organising work in ways that have never before been possible. Enterprises attempt to create wealth either by getting better at improving their products and services or by harnessing creativity and human-centred management to create innovative solutions. In these business settings, requirements become critical in bridging system solutions to organisational and societal problems. They intertwine organisational, social, cognitive, and implementation considerations and they can provide unique insights to change in systems and their business context. Such design situations often involve multiple stakeholders from different participating organisations, subcontractors, divisions, etc., who may have a diversity of expertise, come from different organisational cultures and often have competing goals. The success or failure of many projects depends, to a large extent, on understanding the contextual setting of requirements and their interaction amongst a diverse population of stakeholders.

  11. Beauty Requires Thought.

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    Brielmann, Aenne A; Pelli, Denis G

    2017-05-22

    The experience of beauty is a pleasure, but common sense and philosophy suggest that feeling beauty differs from sensuous pleasures such as eating or sex. Immanuel Kant [1, 2] claimed that experiencing beauty requires thought but that sensuous pleasure can be enjoyed without thought and cannot be beautiful. These venerable hypotheses persist in models of aesthetic processing [3-7] but have never been tested. Here, participants continuously rated the pleasure felt from a nominally beautiful or non-beautiful stimulus and then judged whether they had experienced beauty. The stimuli, which engage various senses, included seeing images, tasting candy, and touching a teddy bear. The observer reported the feelings that the stimulus evoked. The time course of pleasure, across stimuli, is well-fit by a model with one free parameter: pleasure amplitude. Pleasure amplitude increases linearly with the feeling of beauty. To test Kant's claim of a need for thought, we reduce cognitive capacity by adding a "two-back" task to distract the observer's thoughts. The distraction greatly reduces the beauty and pleasure experienced from stimuli that otherwise produce strong pleasure and spares that of less-pleasant stimuli. We also find that strong pleasure is always beautiful, whether produced reliably by beautiful stimuli or just occasionally by sensuous stimuli. In sum, we confirm Kant's claim that only the pleasure associated with feeling beauty requires thought and disprove his claim that sensuous pleasures cannot be beautiful. Copyright © 2017 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.

  12. Display Parameters and Requirements

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    Bahadur, Birendra

    The following sections are included: * INTRODUCTION * HUMAN FACTORS * Anthropometry * Sensory * Cognitive * Discussions * THE HUMAN VISUAL SYSTEM - CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONS * Cornea * Pupil and Iris * Lens * Vitreous Humor * Retina * RODS - NIGHT VISION * CONES - DAY VISION * RODS AND CONES - TWILIGHT VISION * VISUAL PIGMENTS * MACULA * BLOOD * CHOROID COAT * Visual Signal Processing * Pathways to the Brain * Spatial Vision * Temporal Vision * Colour Vision * Colour Blindness * DICHROMATISM * Protanopia * Deuteranopia * Tritanopia * ANOMALOUS TRICHROMATISM * Protanomaly * Deuteranomaly * Tritanomaly * CONE MONOCHROMATISM * ROD MONOCHROMATISM * Using Colour Effectively * COLOUR MIXTURES AND THE CHROMATICITY DIAGRAM * Colour Matching Functions and Chromaticity Co-ordinates * CIE 1931 Colour Space * CIE PRIMARIES * CIE COLOUR MATCHING FUNCTIONS AND CHROMATICITY CO-ORDINATES * METHODS FOR DETERMINING TRISTIMULUS VALUES AND COLOUR CO-ORDINATES * Spectral Power Distribution Method * Filter Method * CIE 1931 CHROMATICITY DIAGRAM * ADDITIVE COLOUR MIXTURE * CIE 1976 Chromaticity Diagram * CIE Uniform Colour Spaces and Colour Difference Formulae * CIELUV OR L*u*v* * CIELAB OR L*a*b* * CIE COLOUR DIFFERENCE FORMULAE * Colour Temperature and CIE Standard Illuminants and source * RADIOMETRIC AND PHOTOMETRIC QUANTITIES * Photopic (Vλ and Scotopic (Vλ') Luminous Efficiency Function * Photometric and Radiometric Flux * Luminous and Radiant Intensities * Incidence: Illuminance and Irradiance * Exitance or Emittance (M) * Luminance and Radiance * ERGONOMIC REQUIREMENTS OF DISPLAYS * ELECTRO-OPTICAL PARAMETERS AND REQUIREMENTS * Contrast and Contrast Ratio * Luminance and Brightness * Colour Contrast and Chromaticity * Glare * Other Aspects of Legibility * SHAPE AND SIZE OF CHARACTERS * DEFECTS AND BLEMISHES * FLICKER AND DISTORTION * ANGLE OF VIEW * Switching Speed * Threshold and Threshold Characteristic * Measurement Techniques For Electro-optical Parameters * RADIOMETRIC

  13. Knowing requires data

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    Naranjo, Ramon C.

    2017-01-01

    Groundwater-flow models are often calibrated using a limited number of observations relative to the unknown inputs required for the model. This is especially true for models that simulate groundwater surface-water interactions. In this case, subsurface temperature sensors can be an efficient means for collecting long-term data that capture the transient nature of physical processes such as seepage losses. Continuous and spatially dense network of diverse observation data can be used to improve knowledge of important physical drivers, conceptualize and calibrate variably saturated groundwater flow models. An example is presented for which the results of such analysis were used to help guide irrigation districts and water management decisions on costly upgrades to conveyance systems to improve water usage, farm productivity and restoration efforts to improve downstream water quality and ecosystems.

  14. SOFG: Standards requirements

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    Gerganov, T.; Grigorov, S.; Kozhukharov, V.; Brashkova, N.

    2005-01-01

    It is well-known that Solid Oxide Fuel Cells will have industrial application in the nearest future. In this context, the problem of SOFC materials and SOFC systems standardization is of high level of priority. In the present study the attention is focused on the methods for physical and chemical characterization of the materials for SOFC components fabrication and about requirements on single SOFC cells tests. The status of the CEN, ISO, ASTM (ANSI, ASSN) and JIS class of standards has been verified. Standards regarding the test methods for physical-chemical characterization of vitreous materials (as sealing SOFC component), ceramic materials (as electrodes and electrolyte components, including alternative materials used) and metallic materials (interconnect components) are subject of overview. It is established that electrical, mechanical, surface and interfacial phenomena, chemical durability and thermal corrosion behaviour are the key areas for standardization of the materials for SOFC components

  15. Equipment Operational Requirements

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    Greenwalt, B; Henderer, B; Hibbard, W; Mercer, M

    2009-06-11

    The Iraq Department of Border Enforcement is rich in personnel, but poor in equipment. An effective border control system must include detection, discrimination, decision, tracking and interdiction, capture, identification, and disposition. An equipment solution that addresses only a part of this will not succeed, likewise equipment by itself is not the answer without considering the personnel and how they would employ the equipment. The solution should take advantage of the existing in-place system and address all of the critical functions. The solutions are envisioned as being implemented in a phased manner, where Solution 1 is followed by Solution 2 and eventually by Solution 3. This allows adequate time for training and gaining operational experience for successively more complex equipment. Detailed descriptions of the components follow the solution descriptions. Solution 1 - This solution is based on changes to CONOPs, and does not have a technology component. It consists of observers at the forts and annexes, forward patrols along the swamp edge, in depth patrols approximately 10 kilometers inland from the swamp, and checkpoints on major roads. Solution 2 - This solution adds a ground sensor array to the Solution 1 system. Solution 3 - This solution is based around installing a radar/video camera system on each fort. It employs the CONOPS from Solution 1, but uses minimal ground sensors deployed only in areas with poor radar/video camera coverage (such as canals and streams shielded by vegetation), or by roads covered by radar but outside the range of the radar associated cameras. This document provides broad operational requirements for major equipment components along with sufficient operational details to allow the technical community to identify potential hardware candidates. Continuing analysis will develop quantities required and more detailed tactics, techniques, and procedures.

  16. The Manhattan project; Nucleaire - Le Projet Manhattan

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    Alexieff, A.

    2010-07-15

    The author reports the history of the Manhattan project which was launched in 1942 with the objective of building an A bomb at any price and as soon as possible. This lead to the fabrication of two types of bomb, one using uranium in gun mode, and the other using plutonium in implosion mode. The author recalls the creation of different scientific and nuclear institutions, the development of several installations (Los Alamos, Hanford, Oak Ridge). He outlines the project secrecy (President Truman did not know anything about it when he became president), and recalls the final tests, the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the last moment of the Manhattan Project after the end of the war. In conclusion, he notices that this nuclear era allowed a direct confrontation to be avoided despite the several crises which occurred during about two decades after the war

  17. The SOLEIL project; Le projet soleil

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    2001-07-01

    The SOLEIL project is built around an optimized 2,5 GeV positron storage ring with its own injector, i-e, a linear accelerator and a booster. This paper gathers information on the main characteristics of the project and more specially on the budget, the staff, the overall time table and a presentation of the Synchrotron Soleil Society. (A.L.B.)

  18. ASCR Science Network Requirements

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    Dart, Eli; Tierney, Brian

    2009-08-24

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivity for the US Department of Energy Office of Science, the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. In support of the Office of Science programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs that it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 20 years. In April 2009 ESnet and the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR), of the DOE Office of Science, organized a workshop to characterize the networking requirements of the programs funded by ASCR. The ASCR facilities anticipate significant increases in wide area bandwidth utilization, driven largely by the increased capabilities of computational resources and the wide scope of collaboration that is a hallmark of modern science. Many scientists move data sets between facilities for analysis, and in some cases (for example the Earth System Grid and the Open Science Grid), data distribution is an essential component of the use of ASCR facilities by scientists. Due to the projected growth in wide area data transfer needs, the ASCR supercomputer centers all expect to deploy and use 100 Gigabit per second networking technology for wide area connectivity as soon as that deployment is financially feasible. In addition to the network connectivity that ESnet provides, the ESnet Collaboration Services (ECS) are critical to several science communities. ESnet identity and trust services, such as the DOEGrids certificate authority, are widely used both by the supercomputer centers and by collaborations such as Open Science Grid (OSG) and the Earth System Grid (ESG). Ease of use is a key determinant of the scientific utility of network-based services. Therefore, a key enabling aspect for scientists beneficial use of high

  19. Requirements of quality standards

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    Mueller, J.

    1977-01-01

    The lecture traces the development of nuclear standards, codes, and Federal regulations on quality assurance (QA) for nuclear power plants and associated facilities. The technical evolution of the last twelve years, especially in the area of nuclear technology, led to different activities and regulatory initiatives, and the present result is: several nations have their own homemade standards. The lecture discusses the former and especially current activities in standard development, and gives a description of the requirements of QA-standards used in USA and Europe, especially Western Germany. Furthermore the lecture attempts to give a comparison and an evaluation of the international quality standards from the author's viewpoint. Finally the lecture presents an outlook for the future international implications of QA-standards. There is an urgent need within the nuclear industry for simplification and standardization of QA-standards. The relationship between the various standards, and the applicability of the standards need clarification and a better transparancy. To point out these problems is the purpose of the lecture. (orig.) [de

  20. Functional requirements of road lighting.

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    Schreuder, D.A.

    1975-01-01

    The functional, technical and visual requirements for public lighting are discussed. The improvement of the presentation of information to the road user is the main functional requirement. The visual requirements can be deduced from the functional requirement of enabling drivers to follow the

  1. Neutrosophy for software requirement prioritization

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    Ronald Barriga Dias

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Software engineers are involved in complex decisions that require multiples viewpoints. A specific case is the requirement prioritization process. This process is used to decide which software requirement to develop in certain release from a group of candidate requirements. Criteria involved in this process can involve indeterminacy. In this paper a software requirement prioritization model is develop based SVN numbers. Finally, an illustrative example is presented in order to show the proposed model.

  2. THE EQUALITY PRINCIPLE REQUIREMENTS

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    CLAUDIA ANDRIŢOI

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available The problem premises and the objectives followed: the idea of inserting the equality principle between the freedom and the justice principles is manifested in positive law in two stages, as a general idea of all judicial norms and as requirement of the owner of a subjective right of the applicants of an objective law. Equality in face of the law and of public authorities can not involve the idea of standardization, of uniformity, of enlisting of all citizens under the mark of the same judicial regime, regardless of their natural or socio-professional situation. Through the Beijing Platform and the position documents of the European Commission we have defined the integrative approach of equality as representing an active and visible integration of the gender perspective in all sectors and at all levels. The research methods used are: the conceptualist method, the logical method and the intuitive method necessary as means of reasoning in order to argue our demonstration. We have to underline the fact that the system analysis of the research methods of the judicial phenomenon doesn’t agree with “value ranking”, because one value cannot be generalized in rapport to another. At the same time, we must fight against a methodological extremism. The final purpose of this study is represented by the reaching of the perfecting/excellence stage by all individuals through the promotion of equality and freedom. This supposes the fact that the existence of a non-discrimination favourable frame (fairness represents a means and a condition of self-determination, and the state of perfection/excellency is a result of this self-determination, the condition necessary for the obtaining of this nondiscrimination frame for all of us and in conditions of freedom for all individuals, represents the same condition that promotes the state of perfection/excellency. In conclusion we may state the fact that the equality principle represents a true catalyst of the

  3. When geographical indication conflicts with food heritage protection Projet d’indication géographique : entre préservation d’un patrimoine alimentaire et uniformisation d’une production. Le cas du fromage Serrano, Rio Grande do Sul, Brésil

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    Delphine Vitrolles

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available The push for origin labelling represents a new challenge for developing countries. This article describes an origin-labelling scheme under consideration by Emater, a Brazilian public body established to support small farmers. The product in question is Serrano cheese, a local speciality from the Campos de Cima da Serra region in Rio Grande do Sul (the southernmost state in Brazil. Some 70 semi-structured interviews were conducted to explore respondents’ attitudes to Geographical Indication (GI, and assess its relevance as a means of preserving the cultural identity of Serrano cheese. Our findings revealed the limitations of the scheme due to its top-down design, suggesting that Emater has failed to grasp the full implications of GI classification. While the aim would be to promote and preserve local history and culinary heritage, the outcome may be quite the opposite: GI labelling may lead to standardized production methods that would cut local producers out of the loop altogether.Dans les pays du Sud, les initiatives visant à établir ou à renforcer les liens entre les produits d’origine et leur territoire de production représentent un enjeu de développement. Cet article présente le projet de valorisation d’une spécialité locale, le fromage Serrano, en cours d’étude par une institution brésilienne, l’Emater. Soixante-treize entretiens semi directifs nous ont permis d’évaluer la pertinence d’une indication géographique (IG dans une optique de conservation de l’identité culturelle du fromage. L’analyse révèle les limites d’un projet descendant (top-down et suggère les difficultés d’appropriation du sens et des implications de la mise en place d’une IG par l’Emater. Malgré la volonté de valoriser et de revendiquer une histoire et un patrimoine alimentaire, ce label devrait conduire à une standardisation de la production et à une exclusion des producteurs. Il se pourrait que l’indication g

  4. The Géocarbone-Monitoring Project: Main Results and Recommendations for Monitoring Deep Geological CO2 Storage in the Paris Basin Le projet de recherche Géocarbone-Monitoring : principaux résultats et recommandations pour le monitoring des stockages géologiques profonds de CO2 dans le bassin Parisien

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    Fabriol H.

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the Géocarbone-Monitoring research project was the evaluation and testing, as far as possible, of the different monitoring methods that might be applied in the specific context of the Paris Basin. Their main objectives are to: detect and map CO2 in the reservoir rocks; detect and quantify possible leaks between the reservoir and the surface. The partners developed several thoughts and research concerning the various monitoring methods. This enabled drawing up a critical overview of existing methods and proposing leads for further work. At the end of the project, recommendations were made for the stakeholders of CO2 storage, i.e. the government departments regulating storage, decision-makers, and future site operators. In addition, a proposal was made for the general design and implementation of a monitoring programme of an injection test in the Paris Basin, within a depleted reservoir or a deep aquifer. Le projet de recherche Géocarbone-Monitoring avait pour but principal d’évaluer et de tester, le cas échéant, les différentes méthodes de surveillance qui pourraient être appliquées au contexte géologique spécifique du Bassin Parisien. Les objectifs principaux de celles-ci sont de : détecter et cartographier le CO2 dans le réservoir ; détecter les fuites éventuelles entre le réservoir et la surface et être en mesure de les quantifier. Les recherches et les réflexions menées par les partenaires sur les méthodes de surveillance et de monitoring ont permis de dresser une vision critique des méthodologies existantes et de proposer des pistes de progrès. À l’issue du projet, des recommandations ont été rédigées à l’intention des parties prenantes du stockage de CO2 (administration chargée de mettre en oeuvre la réglementation des stockages, décideurs et futurs opérateurs de site et un schéma général pour la conception et la mise en oeuvre d’un programme de monitoring pour un test d’injection dans

  5. Waste management system requirements document

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    1991-02-01

    This volume defines the top level requirements for the Mined Geologic Disposal System (MGDS). It is designed to be used in conjunction with Volume 1 of the WMSR, General System Requirements. It provides a functional description expanding the requirements allocated to the MGDS in Volume 1 and elaborates on each requirement by providing associated performance criteria as appropriate. Volumes 1 and 4 of the WMSR provide a minimum set of requirements that must be satisfied by the final MGDS design. This document sets forth specific requirements that must be fulfilled. It is not the intent or purpose of this top level document to describe how each requirement is to be satisfied in the final MGDS design. Each subsequent level of the technical document hierarchy must provide further guidance and definition as to how each of these requirements is to be implemented in the design. It is expected that each subsequent level of requirements will be significantly more detailed. Section 2 of this volume provides a functional description of the MGDS. Each function is addressed in terms of requirements, and performance criteria. Section 3 provides a list of controlling documents. Each document cited in a requirement of Chapter 2 is included in this list and is incorporated into this document as a requirement on the final system. The WMSR addresses only federal requirements (i.e., laws, regulations and DOE orders). State and local requirements are not addressed. However, it will be specifically noted at the potentially affected WMSR requirements that there could be additional or more stringent regulations imposed by a state or local requirements or administering agency over the cited federal requirements

  6. Social sciences and comparative research in Europe : cross-national and multi-disciplinary projects for urban development. The role of geography Sciences sociales et recherche comparative en Europe : projets transnationaux et projets multidisciplinaires de développement urbain. Le rôle de la géographie

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    Armando Montanari

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available In the aftermath of the Second World War, UNESCO sought to build peace in the world through the exchange of knowledge. To this end, it developed a number of initiatives to encourage international cooperation among social scientists. These initiatives were of particular importance in Europe, where there was a clear divide between Eastern and Western European countries. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, comparative research came to signify the transfer of knowledge and the promotion of innovation. Over the past two decades the study of urban phenomena, alongside social and economic issues, has taken on a strategic role in reducing pollution, safeguarding the environment and improving the quality of life of inhabitants. The process of enlarging the scope and objectives of policy has also led to a change in the role played by geography, which is increasingly required to offer instruments of scientific communication between the natural and social sciences.Après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, l’UNESCO a tenté de construire la paix dans le monde à travers l’échange de savoirs. A cette fin, elle a mis sur pied un certain nombre d’initiatives visant à encourager la coopération scientifique. Celles-ci revêtaient une ampleur toute particulière en Europe, où existait un clivage net entre pays de l’Est et de l’Ouest. Suite à la chute du Mur de Berlin la recherche comparative signifia le transfert de savoirs et la promotion de l’innovation. Ces deux dernières décennies, l’étude des phénomènes urbains, de même que les questions sociales et économiques, ont pris un rôle stratégique par la réduction de la pollution, la sauvegarde de l’environnement et l’amélioration de la qualité de vie des habitants. Les processus d’élargissement du champ et des objectifs politiques ont également mené à une modification du rôle joué par la géographie, qui est de plus en plus sollicitée pour offrir des instruments de communication

  7. IRET: requirements for service platforms

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    Baresi, Luciano; Ripa, Gianluca; Pasquale, Liliana

    2013-01-01

    peer-reviewed This paper describes IRENE (Indenica Requirements ElicitatioN mEthod), a methodology to elicit and model the requirements of service platforms, and IRET (IREne Tool), the Eclipse-based modeling framework we developed for IRENE

  8. Physician Requirements-1990. For Cardiology.

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    Tracy, Octavious; Birchette-Pierce, Cheryl

    Professional requirements for physicians specializing in cardiology were estimated to assist policymakers in developing guidelines for graduate medical education. The determination of physician requirements was based on an adjusted needs rather than a demand or utilization model. For each illness, manpower requirements were modified by the…

  9. Waste Management System Requirement document

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    1990-04-01

    This volume defines the top level technical requirements for the Monitored Retrievable Storage (MRS) facility. It is designed to be used in conjunction with Volume 1, General System Requirements. Volume 3 provides a functional description expanding the requirements allocated to the MRS facility in Volume 1 and, when appropriate, elaborates on requirements by providing associated performance criteria. Volumes 1 and 3 together convey a minimum set of requirements that must be satisfied by the final MRS facility design without unduly constraining individual design efforts. The requirements are derived from the Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982 (NWPA), the Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1987 (NWPAA), the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Standards for the Management and Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel (40 CFR 191), NRC Licensing Requirements for the Independent Storage of Spent Nuclear and High-Level Radioactive Waste (10 CFR 72), and other federal statutory and regulatory requirements, and major program policy decisions. This document sets forth specific requirements that will be fulfilled. Each subsequent level of the technical document hierarchy will be significantly more detailed and provide further guidance and definition as to how each of these requirements will be implemented in the design. Requirements appearing in Volume 3 are traceable into the MRS Design Requirements Document. Section 2 of this volume provides a functional breakdown for the MRS facility. 1 tab

  10. Capital Requirements and Banks' Leniency

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    Dietrich, J. Kimball; Wihlborg, Clas

    2003-01-01

    We investigate the effect of changes in capital regulation on the strictness(leniency) of loan terms using a simple model of bank capital requirements andasset quality examinations. Banks offer different levels of `leniency' in the senseof willingness to offer automatic extensions of loans...... rates. As capital requirements increase thedifference between initial capital levels and between interest rates of strict andlenient banks decrease. Thus, higher capital requirements in recessions tend toreduce the interest rate premium paid for leniency. If a recession is interpreted asan increase...... in the required return, the interest rate premium paid for leniency isincreased in recession at a given level of required capital....

  11. Anticipating requirements changes-using futurology in requirements elicitation

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    Pimentel, João Henrique; Santos, Emanuel; Castro, Jaelson; Franch Gutiérrez, Javier

    2012-01-01

    It is well known that requirements changes in a later phase of software developments is a major source of software defects and costs. Thus, the need of techniques to control or reduce the amount of changes during software development projects. The authors advocate the use of foresight methods as a valuable input to requirements elicitation, with the potential to decrease the number of changes that would be required after deployment, by anticipating them. In this paper, the authors define a pr...

  12. Tool-based requirement traceability between requirement and design artifacts

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    Turban, Bernhard

    2013-01-01

    Processes for developing safety-critical systems impose special demands on ensuring requirements traceability. Achieving valuable traceability information, however, is especially difficult concerning the transition from requirements to design. Bernhard Turban analyzes systems and software engineering theories cross-cutting the issue (embedded systems development, systems engineering, software engineering, requirements engineering and management, design theory and processes for safety-critical systems). As a solution, the author proposes a new tool approach to support designers in their thinkin

  13. National Ignition Facility site requirements

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    1996-07-01

    The Site Requirements (SR) provide bases for identification of candidate host sites for the National Ignition Facility (NIF) and for the generation of data regarding potential actual locations for the facilities. The SR supplements the NIF Functional Requirements (FR) with information needed for preparation of responses to queries for input to HQ DOE site evaluation. The queries are to include both documents and explicit requirements for the potential host site responses. The Sr includes information extracted from the NIF FR (for convenience), data based on design approaches, and needs for physical and organization infrastructure for a fully operational NIF. The FR and SR describe requirements that may require new construction or may be met by use or modification of existing facilities. The SR do not establish requirements for NIF design or construction project planning. The SR document does not constitute an element of the NIF technical baseline

  14. UTM TCL2 Software Requirements

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    Smith, Irene S.; Rios, Joseph L.; McGuirk, Patrick O.; Mulfinger, Daniel G.; Venkatesan, Priya; Smith, David R.; Baskaran, Vijayakumar; Wang, Leo

    2017-01-01

    The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) Technical Capability Level (TCL) 2 software implements the UTM TCL 2 software requirements described herein. These software requirements are linked to the higher level UTM TCL 2 System Requirements. Each successive TCL implements additional UTM functionality, enabling additional use cases. TCL 2 demonstrated how to enable expanded multiple operations by implementing automation for beyond visual line-of-sight, tracking operations, and operations flying over sparsely populated areas.

  15. Capital Requirements and Credit Rationing

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    Itai Agur

    2010-01-01

    This paper analyzes the trade-off between financial stability and credit rationing that arises when increasing capital requirements. It extends the Stiglitz-Weiss model of credit rationing to allow for bank default. Bank capital structure then matters for lending incentives. With default and rationing endogenous, optimal capital requirements can be analyzed. Introducing bank financiers, the paper also shows that uninsured funding raises the sensitivity of rationing to capital requirements. In...

  16. Information requirements for enterprise systems

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    Sommerville, Ian; Lock, Russell; Storer, Tim

    2012-01-01

    In this paper, we discuss an approach to system requirements engineering, which is based on using models of the responsibilities assigned to agents in a multi-agency system of systems. The responsibility models serve as a basis for identifying the stakeholders that should be considered in establishing the requirements and provide a basis for a structured approach, described here, for information requirements elicitation. We illustrate this approach using a case study drawn from civil emergenc...

  17. World enrichment requirements to 2005

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    Anon.

    1991-01-01

    The primary enrichment suppliers-Eurodif, Techsnabexport, Urenco, and the US DOE - are positioning themselves to take advantage of the post - 1995 market. Overall, unfilled requirements represent about 40 percent of world requirements in the year 2000. The USA will be the primary market, as US utilities' unfilled enrichment requirements account for over 60 percent of the world's total unfilled requirements. The enrichment market is moving toward more global competition, as each supplier tries to maintain its current regional market base and then to capture additional market share in other regions

  18. Addressing the Resource Requirements Mismatch

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    Braun, William

    2003-01-01

    ... on the other, appear to be developing a requirements-resource mismatch. The goals and objectives of the transformation rhetoric intuitively resonate with the military's increasingly technologic culture...

  19. Federal Environmental Requirements for Construction

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    Department of Veterans Affairs — This guide provides information on federal environmental requirements for construction projects. It is written primarily for owners of construction projects and for...

  20. Nuclear energy and investment requirements

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    Voeltzel, D.

    1978-01-01

    The author assesses the investment requirements of the French nuclear programme within the framework of the national economy. He then evokes the means of financing these requirements as well as drawing attention to certain constraints which must be taken into account [fr

  1. Utility requirements for fusion power

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    DeBellis, R.J.

    1977-03-01

    A four-man month study was undertaken to identify utility requirements of fusion power and define a role for the utilities in the fusion development process during the 1980s. This report, preliminary in nature, serves mainly as a planning document for future requirements analyses. A requirements organization was defined to consist of three major chronological phases: research and development, plant installation, and plant operation. Thirty-seven requirements were identified, covering all categories. In addition, training, environment, safety, licensing, and utility model were identified as five matrix-type requirements. As the requirement definition process continued during the study period, comments received from utility representatives revealed a consistency of key issues in the fusion development process. These issues form the basis for the eventual establishment of definitive roles for the utilities during the 1980s. The issues are not meant to reflect a negative view of fusion, but are items that must be solved before fusion can be introduced commercially as an electrical power source. As a result of this requirements study, preliminary candidate roles for the utilities in the fusion development process during the 1980s were identified as public education, commercialization studies, industry investment analyses, training plan implementation, alternate reactor concept development, ERDA concept design review, and requirements refinement

  2. Requirements Engineering for Pervasive Services

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    Kolos, L.; Poulisse, Gert-Jan; van Eck, Pascal; Videira lopes, C.; Schaefer, S.; Clarke, S.; Elrad, T.; Jahnke, J.

    2005-01-01

    Developing pervasive mobile services for a mass market of end customers entails large up-front investments and therefore a good understanding of customer requirements is of paramount importance. This paper presents an approach for developing requirements engineering method that takes distinguishing

  3. Consensus standard requirements and guidance

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    Putman, V.L.

    1995-01-01

    This report presents information from the ANS Criticality Alarm System Workshop relating to the consensus standard requirements and guidance. Topics presented include: definition; nomenclature; requirements and recommendations; purpose of criticality alarms; design criteria; signal characteristics; reliability, dependability and durability; tests; and emergency preparedness and planning

  4. Humidity requirements in WSCF Laboratories

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    Evans, R.A.

    1994-01-01

    The purpose of this paper is to develop and document a position on Relative Humidity (RH) requirements in the WSCF Laboratories. A current survey of equipment vendors for Organic, Inorganic and Radiochemical laboratories indicate that 25% - 80% relative humidity may meet the environmental requirements for safe operation and protection of all the laboratory equipment

  5. Utility requirements for fusion power

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    DeBellis, R.J.

    1977-03-01

    A four-man-month study, jointly funded by EPRI and McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company-EAST, was undertaken to identify the utility requirements of fusion power and define a role for the utilities in the fusion development process during the 1980's. This report, preliminary in nature, serves mainly as a planning document for future requirements analyses. A requirements organization was defined to consist of three major chronological phases: research and development, plant installation, and plant operation. Thirty-seven requirements were identified, covering all categories. In addition, training, environment, safety, licensing, and utility model were identified as five matrix-type requirements. As the requirement definition process continued during the study period, comments received from utility representatives revealed a consistency of key issues in the fusion development process. These issues form the basis for the eventual establishment of definitive roles for the utilities during the 1980's. The issues are not meant to reflect a negative view of fusion, but are items which must be solved before fusion can be introduced commercially as an electrical power source. As a result of this requirements study, preliminary candidate roles for the utilities in the fusion development process during the 1980's were identified as public education, commercialization studies, industry investment analyses, training plan implementation, alternate reactor concept development, ERDA concept design review, and requirements refinement

  6. Security and trust requirements engineering

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    Giorgini, P.; Massacci, F.; Zannone, N.; Aldini, A.; Gorrieri, R.; Martinelli, F.

    2005-01-01

    Integrating security concerns throughout the whole software development process is one of today’s challenges in software and requirements engineering research. A challenge that so far has proved difficult to meet. The major difficulty is that providing security does not only require to solve

  7. Subsurface Contamination Focus Area technical requirements. Volume 1: Requirements summary

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    Nickelson, D.; Nonte, J.; Richardson, J.

    1996-10-01

    This document summarizes functions and requirements for remediation of source term and plume sites identified by the Subsurface Contamination Focus Area. Included are detailed requirements and supporting information for source term and plume containment, stabilization, retrieval, and selective retrieval remedial activities. This information will be useful both to the decision-makers within the Subsurface Contamination Focus Area (SCFA) and to the technology providers who are developing and demonstrating technologies and systems. Requirements are often expressed as graphs or charts, which reflect the site-specific nature of the functions that must be performed. Many of the tradeoff studies associated with cost savings are identified in the text

  8. The NLC Software Requirements Methodology

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    Shoaee, Hamid

    2002-08-20

    We describe the software requirements and development methodology developed for the NLC control system. Given the longevity of that project, and the likely geographical distribution of the collaborating engineers, the planned requirements management process is somewhat more formal than the norm in high energy physics projects. The short term goals of the requirements process are to accurately estimate costs, to decompose the problem, and to determine likely technologies. The long term goal is to enable a smooth transition from high level functional requirements to specific subsystem and component requirements for individual programmers, and to support distributed development. The methodology covers both ends of that life cycle. It covers both the analytical and documentary tools for software engineering, and project management support. This paper introduces the methodology, which is fully described in [1].

  9. Autonomous Real Time Requirements Tracing

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    Plattsmier, George; Stetson, Howard

    2014-01-01

    One of the more challenging aspects of software development is the ability to verify and validate the functional software requirements dictated by the Software Requirements Specification (SRS) and the Software Detail Design (SDD). Insuring the software has achieved the intended requirements is the responsibility of the Software Quality team and the Software Test team. The utilization of Timeliner-TLX(sup TM) Auto- Procedures for relocating ground operations positions to ISS automated on-board operations has begun the transition that would be required for manned deep space missions with minimal crew requirements. This transition also moves the auto-procedures from the procedure realm into the flight software arena and as such the operational requirements and testing will be more structured and rigorous. The autoprocedures would be required to meet NASA software standards as specified in the Software Safety Standard (NASASTD- 8719), the Software Engineering Requirements (NPR 7150), the Software Assurance Standard (NASA-STD-8739) and also the Human Rating Requirements (NPR-8705). The Autonomous Fluid Transfer System (AFTS) test-bed utilizes the Timeliner-TLX(sup TM) Language for development of autonomous command and control software. The Timeliner-TLX(sup TM) system has the unique feature of providing the current line of the statement in execution during real-time execution of the software. The feature of execution line number internal reporting unlocks the capability of monitoring the execution autonomously by use of a companion Timeliner-TLX(sup TM) sequence as the line number reporting is embedded inside the Timeliner-TLX(sup TM) execution engine. This negates I/O processing of this type data as the line number status of executing sequences is built-in as a function reference. This paper will outline the design and capabilities of the AFTS Autonomous Requirements Tracker, which traces and logs SRS requirements as they are being met during real-time execution of the

  10. Development of transportation operations requirements

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    Grady, S.T.; Best, R.E.; Danese, F.L.; Peterson, R.W.; Pope, R.B.

    1990-01-01

    Transport conditions at various utility sties vary dramatically in terms of characteristics at and near the site, requirements, administrative procedures, and other factors. Continuation of design efforts for the OCRWM transportation operations system requires that the operating requirements for the transportation system -- quantity of fuel per unit time per site -- be identified so that the effect the variations have on the system can be accommodated. The approach outlined in this paper provides for an identification of specific sites, evaluation of shipment capabilities at each site, and integration of the sites into multi-site shipping campaigns to scope the logistics management problem for the transportation operations system. 1 fig., 1 tab

  11. Signage Required Term and Condition

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    The recipient is required to place a sign at construction sites supported under this award displaying the EPA logo in a manner that informs the public that the project is funded in part or wholly by the EPA.

  12. LH2 airport requirements study

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    Brewer, G. D. (Editor)

    1976-01-01

    A preliminary assessment of the facilities and equipment which will be required at a representative airport is provided so liquid hydrogen LH2 can be used as fuel in long range transport aircraft in 1995-2000. A complete facility was conceptually designed, sized to meet the projected air traffic requirement. The facility includes the liquefaction plant, LH2, storage capability, and LH2 fuel handling system. The requirements for ground support and maintenance for the LH2 fueled aircraft were analyzed. An estimate was made of capital and operating costs which might be expected for the facility. Recommendations were made for design modifications to the reference aircraft, reflecting results of the analysis of airport fuel handling requirements, and for a program of additional technology development for air terminal related items.

  13. Deaf mobile application accessibility requirements

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    Nathan, Shelena Soosay; Hussain, Azham; Hashim, Nor Laily

    2016-08-01

    Requirement for deaf mobile applications need to be analysed to ensure the disabilities need are instilled into the mobile applications developed for them. Universal design is understandable to comply every user needs, however specific disability is argued by the authors to have different need and requirements. These differences are among the reasons for these applications being developed to target for a specific group of people, however they are less usable and later abandoned. This study focuses on deriving requirements that are needed by the deaf in their mobile applications that are meant specifically for them. Studies on previous literature was conducted it can be concluded that graphic, text, multimedia and sign language interpreter are among mostly required features to be included in their mobile application to ensure the applications are usable for this community.

  14. Guest Comment: Universal Language Requirement.

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    Sherwood, Bruce Arne

    1979-01-01

    Explains that reading English among Scientists is almost universal, however, there are enormous problems with spoken English. Advocates the use of Esperanto as a viable alternative, and as a language requirement for graduate work. (GA)

  15. Fusion technology status and requirements

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    Thomassen, K.I.

    1982-01-01

    This paper summarizes the status of fusion technology and discusses the requirements to be met in order to build a demonstration fusion plant. Strategies and programmatic considerations in pursuing engineering feasibility are also outlined

  16. Grant Closeout Requirements and Reports

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    Requirements and reports to comply with grant closeout, including Final Federal Financial Report (FFR, SF425); Final Research Performance Progress Report (FRPPR); Interim Research Performance Progress Report (IRPPR); Final Invention Statement (FIS, HHS

  17. Electrocardiogram Scanner-System Requirements

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    1973-03-01

    An experimental and analytical study has been conducted to establish the feasibility for scanning and digitizing electrocardiogram records. The technical requirements and relative costs for two systems are discussed herein. One is designed to automat...

  18. PFP requirements development planning guide

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    SINCLAIR, J.C.

    1999-01-01

    The PFP Requirements Development Planning Guide presents the strategy and process used for the identification, allocation, and maintenance of requirements within the Plutonium Finishing Plant (PFP) integrated project baseline. Future revisions to this document will be included as attachments (e.g., results of the PFP Requirements Analysis attributable to this approach). This document is intended be a Project-owned management tool. As such, this document will periodically require revisions resulting from improvements of the information, processes, and techniques as now described. Future updates may be made to this document by PFP management and final approval of the content will be accomplished in a Baseline Change Request as it impacts the Multi-Year Work Plan, or baseline information managed in the Hanford Site Systems Engineering Baseline

  19. Requirements for Space Settlement Design

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    Gale, Anita E.; Edwards, Richard P.

    2004-02-01

    When large space settlements are finally built, inevitably the customers who pay for them will start the process by specifying requirements with a Request for Proposal (RFP). Although we are decades away from seeing the first of these documents, some of their contents can be anticipated now, and provide insight into the variety of elements that must be researched and developed before space settlements can happen. Space Settlement Design Competitions for High School students present design challenges in the form of RFPs, which predict basic requirements for space settlement attributes in the future, including structural features, infrastructure, living conveniences, computers, business areas, and safety. These requirements are generically summarized, and unique requirements are noted for specific space settlement locations and applications.

  20. Capturing Requirements for Autonomous Spacecraft with Autonomy Requirements Engineering

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    Vassev, Emil; Hinchey, Mike

    2014-08-01

    The Autonomy Requirements Engineering (ARE) approach has been developed by Lero - the Irish Software Engineering Research Center within the mandate of a joint project with ESA, the European Space Agency. The approach is intended to help engineers develop missions for unmanned exploration, often with limited or no human control. Such robotics space missions rely on the most recent advances in automation and robotic technologies where autonomy and autonomic computing principles drive the design and implementation of unmanned spacecraft [1]. To tackle the integration and promotion of autonomy in software-intensive systems, ARE combines generic autonomy requirements (GAR) with goal-oriented requirements engineering (GORE). Using this approach, software engineers can determine what autonomic features to develop for a particular system (e.g., a space mission) as well as what artifacts that process might generate (e.g., goals models, requirements specification, etc.). The inputs required by this approach are the mission goals and the domain-specific GAR reflecting specifics of the mission class (e.g., interplanetary missions).

  1. El Proyecto Histelea: nuevas aperturas teóricas y desafíos metodológicos (The Histelea Project: New Theoretical Openings and Methodological Challenges (Le projet Histelea: nouvelles perspectives théoriques et défis méthodologiques (O Projeto Histelea: novas aberturas teóricas e desafios metodológicos

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    Héctor Rubén Cucuzza

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available ResumenEl artículo reflexiona sobre las bases teórico-metodológicas del Proyecto Histelea: historia social de la enseñanza de la lectura y escritura en Argentina, desde sus primeras formulaciones, historiza la propuesta de redefinición del objeto de estudio y sus principales categorías aplicadas en investigaciones empíricas en algunos momentos de los trabajos del equipo y expone los aspectos problemáticos que exigen mayores esfuerzos de profundización teórica ya a comienzos del siglo XXI. Estas reflexiones dialogan con diversas corrientes historiográficas surgidas a partir de la llamada “crisis de los paradigmas”, en particular, con la historia cultural, la historia de la cultura escolar y la historia de las disciplinas escolares.AbstractThis paper addresses the theoretical and methodological foundations of the Histelea Project (Historia social de la enseñanza de la lectura y escritura en Argentina - Social History of Reading and Writing Education in Argentine from its original ideas. The proposal to redefine the study object and the principal categories towards the empirical research work of the group is put into context. Also, the main problems that demand theoretical development in the early 21stcentury are discussed.This discussion exchanges ideas that have their origins in diverse historiographical currents related to the so-called “crisis of paradigms”, such as cultural history, history of school culture and history of the educationRésuméL'article réfléchit à propos des fondements théorique-méthodologiques du projet Histelea: histoire sociale de l'enseignement de la lecture et de l'écriture en Argentine, depuis ses premières formulations, le projet fait l'histoire de la proposition de l'objet d'étude et de ses principales catégories appliquées aux recherches empiriques dans certains moments des travaux de l'équipe et présente les aspects problématiques qui exigent importants efforts d'approfondissement th

  2. Puberty menorrhagia Requiring Inpatient Admission

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    AH Khosla

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUCTION: Puberty menorrhagia is a significant health problem in adolescent age group and severe cases may require admission and blood transfusion. Aim of this study was to evaluate the causes, associated complications and management of puberty menorrhagia. METHODS: Hospital records of all patients of puberty menorrhagia requiring admission were analyzed for etiology, duration since menarche, duration of bleeding, investigation profile and management. RESULTS: There were 18 patients of puberty menorrhagia requiring hospital admission. Etiology was anovulatory bleeding in 11 patients, bleeding disorders in five which included idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura in three and one each with Von-Willebrand disease and leukemia. Two patients had hypothyroidism as the cause. Fourteen patients presented with severe anaemia and required blood transfusion. All except one responded to oral hormonal therapy. CONCLUSIONS: Puberty menorrhagia can be associated with severe complications and requiring blood transfusion. Although most common cause is anovulation but bleeding disorder, other medical condition and other organic causes must be ruled out in any patient of Puberty menorrhagia. KEYWORDS: anovulation, bleeding disorder, puberty, menorrhagia, anaemia.

  3. The JPL functional requirements tool

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    Giffin, Geoff; Skinner, Judith; Stoller, Richard

    1987-01-01

    Planetary spacecraft are complex vehicles which are built according to many thousands of requirements. Problems encountered in documenting and maintaining these requirements led to the current attempt to reduce or eliminate these problems by a computer automated data base Functional Requirements Tool. The tool developed at JPL and in use on several JPL Projects is described. The organization and functionality of the Tool, together with an explanation of the data base inputs, their relationships, and use are presented. Methods of interfacing with external documents, representation of tables and figures, and methods of approval and change processing are discussed. The options available for disseminating information from the Tool are identified. The implementation of the Requirements Tool is outlined, and the operation is summarized. The conclusions drawn from this work is that the Requirements Tool represents a useful addition to the System Engineer's Tool kit, it is not currently available elsewhere, and a clear development path exists to expand the capabilities of the Tool to serve larger and more complex projects.

  4. Quality Assurance Requirements and Description

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    Ram Murthy

    2002-01-01

    The Quality Assurance Requirements and Description (QARD) is the principal Quality Assurance (QA) document for the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program (Program). It establishes the minimum requirements for the QA program [INTRODUCTION :1p2s (NOT A REQUIREMENT)]. The QARD contains regulatory requirements and program commitments necessary for the development of an effective QA program [INTRODUCTION :1p3s (NOT A REQUIREMENT)]. Implementing documents must be based on, and be consistent with the QARD. The QARD applies to the following: (1) Acceptance of spent nuclear fuel and high-level waste. (2) Transport of spent nuclear fuel and high-level waste. (3) Storage of spent nuclear fuel through receipt of storage cask certification or a facility operating license. (4) Monitored Geologic Repository, including the site characterization activities [Exploratory Studies Facility (ESF) and surface based testing], through receipt of an operating license. (5) High-level waste form development through qualification, production, and acceptance. (6) Characterization of DOE spent nuclear fuel, and conditioning through acceptance of DOE spent nuclear fuel. Section 2.0, Quality Assurance Program, defines in greater detail criteria for determining work subject to the QARD

  5. Authorization basis requirements comparison report

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    Brantley, W.M.

    1997-08-18

    The TWRS Authorization Basis (AB) consists of a set of documents identified by TWRS management with the concurrence of DOE-RL. Upon implementation of the TWRS Basis for Interim Operation (BIO) and Technical Safety Requirements (TSRs), the AB list will be revised to include the BIO and TSRs. Some documents that currently form part of the AB will be removed from the list. This SD identifies each - requirement from those documents, and recommends a disposition for each to ensure that necessary requirements are retained when the AB is revised to incorporate the BIO and TSRs. This SD also identifies documents that will remain part of the AB after the BIO and TSRs are implemented. This document does not change the AB, but provides guidance for the preparation of change documentation.

  6. Fusion Energy Sciences Network Requirements

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    Dart, Eli [ESNet, Berkeley, CA (United States); Tierney, Brian [ESNet, Berkeley, CA (United States)

    2012-09-26

    The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) is the primary provider of network connectivity for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States. In support of the Office of Science programs, ESnet regularly updates and refreshes its understanding of the networking requirements of the instruments, facilities, scientists, and science programs that it serves. This focus has helped ESnet to be a highly successful enabler of scientific discovery for over 25 years. In December 2011, ESnet and the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences (FES), of the DOE Office of Science (SC), organized a workshop to characterize the networking requirements of the programs funded by FES. The requirements identified at the workshop are summarized in the Findings section, and are described in more detail in the body of the report.

  7. Non-functional Avionics Requirements

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    Paulitsch, Michael; Ruess, Harald; Sorea, Maria

    Embedded systems in aerospace become more and more integrated in order to reduce weight, volume/size, and power of hardware for more fuel-effi ciency. Such integration tendencies change architectural approaches of system ar chi tec tures, which subsequently change non-functional requirements for plat forms. This paper provides some insight into state-of-the-practice of non-func tional requirements for developing ultra-critical embedded systems in the aero space industry, including recent changes and trends. In particular, formal requi re ment capture and formal analysis of non-functional requirements of avionic systems - including hard-real time, fault-tolerance, reliability, and per for mance - are exemplified by means of recent developments in SAL and HiLiTE.

  8. Authorization basis requirements comparison report

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    Brantley, W.M.

    1997-01-01

    The TWRS Authorization Basis (AB) consists of a set of documents identified by TWRS management with the concurrence of DOE-RL. Upon implementation of the TWRS Basis for Interim Operation (BIO) and Technical Safety Requirements (TSRs), the AB list will be revised to include the BIO and TSRs. Some documents that currently form part of the AB will be removed from the list. This SD identifies each - requirement from those documents, and recommends a disposition for each to ensure that necessary requirements are retained when the AB is revised to incorporate the BIO and TSRs. This SD also identifies documents that will remain part of the AB after the BIO and TSRs are implemented. This document does not change the AB, but provides guidance for the preparation of change documentation

  9. Overview of SSC accelerator requirements

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    Dugan, G.

    1992-03-01

    This paper will present a general overview of the requirements of the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) accelerators. Each accelerator in the injector chain will be discussed separately, followed by a discussion of the collider itself. In conclusion, the top level requirements of the overall accelerator system will be presented. For each accelerator, the primary operating parameters will be presented in tabular form. A brief narrative discussion of the principal technical features of each machine will be given. Finally, the principal technical design challenges for the machine will be noted, together with the currently planned solution to these challenges

  10. Containment leakage rate testing requirements

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    Arndt, E.G.

    1992-01-01

    This report presents the status of several documents under revision or development that provide requirements and guidance for testing nuclear power plant containment systems for leakage rates. These documents include the general revision to 10 CFR Part 50, Appendix J; the regulatory guide affiliated with the revision to Appendix J; the national standard that the regulatory guide endorses, ANSI/ANS-56.8, 'Containment System Leakage Rate Testing Requirements'; and the draft industry Licensing Topical Report, 'Standardized Program for Primary Containment Integrity Testing'. The actual or potential relationships between these documents are also explored

  11. Requirements Modeling with Agent Programming

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    Dasgupta, Aniruddha; Krishna, Aneesh; Ghose, Aditya K.

    Agent-oriented conceptual modeling notations are highly effective in representing requirements from an intentional stance and answering questions such as what goals exist, how key actors depend on each other, and what alternatives must be considered. In this chapter, we review an approach to executing i* models by translating these into set of interacting agents implemented in the CASO language and suggest how we can perform reasoning with requirements modeled (both functional and non-functional) using i* models. In this chapter we particularly incorporate deliberation into the agent design. This allows us to benefit from the complementary representational capabilities of the two frameworks.

  12. Buddy Tag CONOPS and Requirements.

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    Brotz, Jay Kristoffer [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States); Deland, Sharon M. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2015-12-01

    This document defines the concept of operations (CONOPS) and the requirements for the Buddy Tag, which is conceived and designed in collaboration between Sandia National Laboratories and Princeton University under the Department of State Key VerificationAssets Fund. The CONOPS describe how the tags are used to support verification of treaty limitations and is only defined to the extent necessary to support a tag design. The requirements define the necessary functions and desired non-functional features of the Buddy Tag at a high level

  13. The building of a Mediterranean identity in television: strategies and communication. The example of France 3 Corse Via Stella

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    Lisa D’ORAZIO

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Now, issues of identity and representation are at the heart of media debates or historical. This concept of regional identity is, indeed, largely mobilized by the actors in these media networks. We chose to direct our communication on the question of media coverage of regional identities in France by referring to the case of Corsica.For, in Corsica, the themes of community and cultural identity are now at the heart of political debates island. The fact insular (island, image ... precisely defines the contours of this "community" human. It enabled the flourishing of culture, language and structures of society homogeneous, despite significant regional differences in micro. Now, television is becoming a major issue to try to impose this cultural revival, especially as regards the issue of regional television. What is the role of of television in promoting this culture?

  14. Requirements Engineering: Solutions and Trends

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    Ebert, C.; Wieringa, Roelf J.; Aurum, A.; Wohlin, C.

    2005-01-01

    This last chapter of the book describes solutions and trends in the discipline of RE. Starting from a wrap-up of what was presented throughout this book, it suggests a framework of requirements engineering and indicates what current solutions are available in this framework. Beyond providing a short

  15. Utilizing inheritance in requirements engineering

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    Kaindl, Hermann

    1994-01-01

    The scope of this paper is the utilization of inheritance for requirements specification, i.e., the tasks of analyzing and modeling the domain, as well as forming and defining requirements. Our approach and the tool supporting it are named RETH (Requirements Engineering Through Hypertext). Actually, RETH uses a combination of various technologies, including object-oriented approaches and artificial intelligence (in particular frames). We do not attempt to exclude or replace formal representations, but try to complement and provide means for gradually developing them. Among others, RETH has been applied in the CERN (Conseil Europeen pour la Rechereche Nucleaire) Cortex project. While it would be impossible to explain this project in detail here, it should be sufficient to know that it deals with a generic distributed control system. Since this project is not finished yet, it is difficult to state its size precisely. In order to give an idea, its final goal is to substitute the many existing similar control systems at CERN by this generic approach. Currently, RETH is also tested using real-world requirements for the Pastel Mission Planning System at ESOC in Darmstadt. First, we outline how hypertext is integrated into a frame system in our approach. Moreover, the usefulness of inheritance is demonstrated as performed by the tool RETH. We then summarize our experiences of utilizing inheritance in the Cortex project. Lastly, RETH will be related to existing work.

  16. An Introduction to Requirements Traceability

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    Wieringa, Roelf J.

    This report surveys the requirements traceability literature and gives some recommendations for further research and for an approach to consultancy concerning traceability in the 2RARE project. The problem of maintaining traceability in a development project is viewed as the problem of maintaining

  17. 76 FR 39259 - Manual Requirements

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    2011-07-06

    ... established new requirements for the certification, operation, and maintenance of light-sport aircraft under...-6474; e-mail [email protected] . SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FAA published a final rule entitled ``Certification of Aircraft and Airmen for the Operation of Light-Sport Aircraft,'' in the Federal...

  18. Requirements in Functional IT Management

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    Blaauboer, F.A.; Blaauboer, F.A.

    Requirements engineering and functional IT management have never been researched as to containing similar activities. This paper describes and compares both disciplines, where the BiSL-framework is used for functional IT management. The similarities and differences between the two disciplines are

  19. Requirements management: A CSR's perspective

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    Thompson, Joanie

    1991-01-01

    The following subject areas are covered: customer service overview of network service request processing; Customer Service Representative (CSR) responsibility matrix; extract from a sample Memorandum of Understanding; Network Service Request Form and its instructions sample notification of receipt; and requirements management in the NASA Science Internet.

  20. Requirements for flexible learner monitoring

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    Glahn, Christian; Specht, Marcus; Koper, Rob

    2007-01-01

    Glahn, C., Specht, M., & Koper, R. (2007). Requirements for flexible learner monitoring. In T. Navarette, J. Blat & R. Koper (Eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd TENCompetence Open Workshop 'Current Research on IMS Learning Design and Lifelong Competence Development Infrastructures' (pp. 89-96). June,

  1. SRS control system upgrade requirements

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    Hill, L.F.

    1998-01-01

    This document defines requirements for an upgrade of the Sodium Removal System (SRS) control system. The upgrade is being performed to solve a number of maintainability and operability issues. The upgraded system will provide the same functions, controls and interlocks as the present system, and in addition provide enhanced functionality in areas discussed in this document

  2. Coke quality requirements in POSCO

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    Song, J.; Yi, J.; Wang, H. [POSCO (Republic of Korea). Cokemaking Dept.

    2001-07-01

    The 26 overheads describes coke quality requirements in POSCO, Republic of Korea. It is concluded that it is necessary to develop new coal and to prompt technical development in order to produce high quality coke. To improve coke quality. Posco had applied DMAIC (define, measurement, analysis, improvement, control) technique which is part of Six-Sigma activity.

  3. Conversion of dependability deterministic requirements into probabilistic requirements

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    Bourgade, E.; Le, P.

    1993-02-01

    This report concerns the on-going survey conducted jointly by the DAM/CCE and NRE/SR branches on the inclusion of dependability requirements in control and instrumentation projects. Its purpose is to enable a customer (the prime contractor) to convert into probabilistic terms dependability deterministic requirements expressed in the form ''a maximum permissible number of failures, of maximum duration d in a period t''. The customer shall select a confidence level for each previously defined undesirable event, by assigning a maximum probability of occurrence. Using the formulae we propose for two repair policies - constant rate or constant time - these probabilized requirements can then be transformed into equivalent failure rates. It is shown that the same formula can be used for both policies, providing certain realistic assumptions are confirmed, and that for a constant time repair policy, the correct result can always be obtained. The equivalent failure rates thus determined can be included in the specifications supplied to the contractors, who will then be able to proceed to their previsional justification. (author), 8 refs., 3 annexes

  4. A review on the Cigeo project, the industrial centre of geological storage of the most radioactive wastes; Le point sur le projet Cigeo, centre industriel de stockage geologique pour les dechets les plus radioactifs

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    2012-02-15

    This document briefly presents the Cigeo project which is designed for the underground geological storage of the most radioactive wastes. Requirements comprise safety after closure and without any human intervention, and a reversible operation during at least 100 years. The storage principle is briefly described. A brief history of this research project is reported

  5. Physical requirements in Olympic sailing

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    Bojsen-Møller, J; Larsson, B; Aagaard, Per

    2015-01-01

    Abstract Physical fitness and muscular strength are important performance parameters in Olympic sailing although their relative importance changes between classes. The Olympic format consists of eight yacht types combined into 10 so-called events with total 15 sailors (male and female) in a compl...... to yacht types, and reviews the existing knowledge on physical requirements in modern Olympic sailing. Finally, recommendations for future research in sailing are given.......Abstract Physical fitness and muscular strength are important performance parameters in Olympic sailing although their relative importance changes between classes. The Olympic format consists of eight yacht types combined into 10 so-called events with total 15 sailors (male and female......) in a complete national Olympic delegation. The yachts have different requirements with respect to handling, and moreover, each sailor plays a specific role when sailing. Therefore physical demands remain heterogeneous for Olympic sailors. Previous studies have mainly examined sailors where 'hiking' (the task...

  6. ROS signalling - specificity is required

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    Møller, Ian M; Sweetlove, Lee J

    2010-01-01

    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) production increases in plants under stress. ROS can damage cellular components, but they can also act in signal transduction to help the cell counteract the oxidative damage in the stressed compartment. H2O2 might induce a general stress response, but it does not have...... the required specificity to selectively regulate nuclear genes required for dealing with localized stress, e.g. in chloroplasts or mitochondria. Here we argue that peptides deriving from proteolytic breakdown of oxidatively damaged proteins have the requisite specificity to act as secondary ROS messengers...... and regulate source-specific genes and in this way contribute to retrograde ROS signalling during oxidative stress. Likewise, unmodified peptides deriving from the breakdown of redundant proteins could help coordinate organellar and nuclear gene expression...

  7. The European Utility Requirement Document

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    Roche, I.I.

    1999-01-01

    The major European electricity producers work on a common requirement document for future LWR plants since 1992. They aim at requirements acceptable together by the owners, the public and the authorities. Thus the designers can develop standard LWR designs acceptable everywhere in Europe and the utilities can open their consultations to vendors on common bases. Such a standardisation promotes an improvement of generation costs and of safety : public and authorities acceptance should be improved as well ; significant savings are expected in development and construction costs. Since the early stages of the project, the EUR group has grown significantly. It now includes utilities from nine European countries. Utilities from two other European countries are joining the group. Specific cooperation agreements are also in progress with a few extra-European partners

  8. Grading of quality assurance requirements

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    1991-01-01

    The present Manual provides guidance and illustrative examples for applying a method by which graded quality assurance requirements may be determined and adapted to the items and services of a nuclear power plant in conformance with the requirements of the IAEA Nuclear Safety Standards (NUSS) Code and Safety Guides on quality assurance. The Manual replaces the previous publication IAEA-TECDOC-303 on the same subject. Various methods of grading quality assurance are available in a number of Member States. During the development of the present Manual it was not considered practical to attempt to resolve the differences between those methods and it was preferred to identify and benefit from the good practices available in all the methods. The method presented in this Manual deals with the aspects of management, documentation, control, verification and administration which affect quality. 1 fig., 4 tabs

  9. Documentation requirements for radiation sterilization

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    Miller, A.

    1995-01-01

    Several standards are recently approved or are under development by the standard organizations ISO and CEN in the field of radiation sterilization. Particularly in Europe these standards define new requirements on some issues and on other issues they emphasize the necessary documentation for appr......Several standards are recently approved or are under development by the standard organizations ISO and CEN in the field of radiation sterilization. Particularly in Europe these standards define new requirements on some issues and on other issues they emphasize the necessary documentation...... for approval of radiation sterilized products. The impact of these standards on the radiation sterilization is discussed, with special attention given to a few special issues, mainly traceability and uncertainty of measurement results....

  10. Regulatory requirements for radiation protection

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    Mason, E.A.; Cunningham, R.E.; Hard, J.E.; Mattson, R.J.; Smith, R.D.; Peterson, H.T. Jr.

    1977-01-01

    Regulatory requirements for radiation protection have evolved and matured over several decades. Due to the wide adoption of recommendations of the International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP), there exists international agreement on the principles to be followed for radiation protection. This foundation will be increasingly important due to the growing need for international agreements and standards for radiation protection and radioactive materials management. During the infancy of the commercial nuclear industry, primary reliance was placed on the protection of the individual, both in the work force and as a member of the public. With the growth of nuclear power in the 1960's and 1970's, environmental impact assessments and expert reviews of bio-effects data have focused attention on statistical risks to large population groups and the use of the collective dose commitment concept to estimate potential effects. The potential release of long-lived radionuclides from the nuclear fuel cycle requires further consideration of radionuclide accumulation in the biosphere and calls for controls conceived and implemented at the international level. The initial development efforts for addressing these concerns already have been instituted by the ICRP and the IAEA. However, formal international agreements and a unified set of international standards may be required to implement the recommendations of these groups. Further international efforts in the field of radiation protection are also called for in developing waste management practices and radioactive effluent control technology, in site selection for fuel reprocessing plants and waste dispersal facilities, and for ensuring safe transport of high-level wastes in various forms. Since the regulation of very low dose rates and doses will be involved, it will be useful to reexamine dose-effect relationships and societal goals for health protection. Improved criteria and methodologies for ''as low as readily

  11. Water requirements of selected industries

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    ,; Mussey, Orville D.; Conklin, Howard L.; Durfor, Charles N.; Otts, Louis Ethelbert; Walling, Faulkner B.

    1955-01-01

    The early industries in America generally were established when and where demands for the products of industry arose. Most of the early industries were so located that their increasing requirements for transportation, raw materials, market, labor, and water supply could be satisfied economically. Many of these original plant locations have continued as modern industrial centers and their output has increased manyfold in meeting the demands of our growing Nation. The recent and current industrial expansion and the trend toward the growth of chemical industries, many Of which are heavy users of water, has resulted in a tremendous increase in the total withdrawal of water for industrial use as well as a large increase in the per capita use of water. This increase in industrial water requirement has strained the capacity of the developed water supplies in many areas, and in some instances the adequacy of the potential water supplies is questionable. The Geological Survey is engaged in preparing and publishing a series of reports describing the developed and undeveloped water resources of many important industrial areas. This work was started initially at the request of the National Securities Resources Board as a means to insure that water supplies are adequate for our rapidly expanding industrial development. Although many factors contribute to establishing the feasibility or even the limits of future industrial development, the one relating to available water supply is extremely important. A knowledge of the water requirements of various industries is valuable therefore in planning the logical development in any area where water supply is a critical factor. Thus far very little suitable information on the water requirements of our major industries is available for general planning. An inventory of unit water-use values in industry therefore would be generally helpful and also might tend to stimulate water-conservation methods. To obtain such information

  12. Accelerator requirments for strategic defense

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    Gullickson, R.L.

    1987-01-01

    The authors discuss how directed energy applications require accelerators with high brightness and large gradients to minimize size and weight for space systems. Several major directed energy applications are based upon accelerator technology. The radio-frequency linear accelerator is the basis for both space-based neutral particle beam (NPB) and free electron laser (FEL) devices. The high peak current of the induction linac has made it a leading candidate for ground based free electron laser applications

  13. Physical system requirements - Accept waste

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    1992-08-01

    The Nuclear Waste Policy Act (NWPA) assigned to the Department of Energy (DOE) the responsibility for managing the disposal of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste and established the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM) for that purpose. The Secretary of Energy, in his November 1989 report to Congress (DOE/RW-0247), announced new initiatives for the conduct of the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (CRWM) program. One of these initiatives was to establish improved management structure and procedures. In response, OCRWM performed a management study and the OCRWM Director subsequently issued the Management Systems improvement Strategy (MSIS) on August 10, 1990, calling for a rigorous implementation of systems engineering principles with a special emphasis on functional analysis. The functional analysis approach establishes a framework for integrating the program management efforts with the technical requirements analysis into a single, unified, and consistent program. This approach recognizes that just as the facilities and equipment comprising the physical waste management system must perform certain functions, so must certain programmatic and management functions be performed within the program in order to successfully bring the physical system into being. Thus, a comprehensive functional analysis effort has been undertaken which is intended to: Identify the functions that must be performed to fulfill the waste disposal mission; Identify the corresponding requirements imposed on each of the functions; and Identify the conceptual architecture that will be used to satisfy the requirements. The principal purpose of this requirements document is to present the results that were obtained from the conduct of a functional analysis effort for the Accept Waste mission

  14. Requirements for light water reactors

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    Hedin, F.

    2009-01-01

    The EUR (European Utilities Requirements) is an organization founded in 1991 whose aim was to write down the European specifications and requirements for the future reactors of third generation. EUR gathers most of the nuclear power producers of Europe. The EUR document has been built on the large and varied experience of EUR members and can be used to elaborate invitations to tender for nuclear projects. 4000 requirements only for the nuclear part of the plant are listed, among which we have: -) the probability of core meltdown for a reactor must be less than 10 -6 per year, -) the service life of every component that is not replaceable must be 60 years, -) the capacity of the spent fuel pool must be sufficient to store 10-15 years of production without clearing out. The EUR document is both open and complete: every topic has been considered, it does not favor any type of reactor but can ban any technology that is too risky or has an unfavourable feedback experience. The assessment of the conformity with the EUR document of 7 reactor projects (BWR 90/, EPR, EP1000, SWR1000, ABWR, AP1000 and VVER-AES-92) has already be made. (A.C.)

  15. 2008 wind farm submission requirements

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    2008-05-01

    Wind turbines used to generate electricity can have important visual, environmental and amenity impacts depending on their location. Planning can contribute to the provision of renewable energy by enabling wind energy development in appropriate locations in a manner that appropriately balances their environmental, social and economic benefits with any demonstrated visual, environmental and amenity impacts. The County of Bruce, Ontario and member municipalities are attempting to balance these matters in favour of an overall net community benefit. Planning applications need to include sufficient information and explanation to allow the approval authorities to come to a sound and timely decision, in order to facilitate a viable wind energy industry. This document outlined the County of Bruce application requirements in order to assist in the design and siting of proposed wind energy facilities and in preparing planning applications. The County of Bruce official plan and policies for large wind energy conversion systems (LWECS) were presented. Submissions requirements include an environmental screening report; a federal environmental assessment clearance; a prime agricultural land justification report; a general project description; turbine specifications; noise evaluation; shadow flicker calculations; visual effect modelling; NAV Canada/Transport Canada clearance; grid connections and routing; project staging; overshadowing study; electromagnetic interference study; turbine foundation drawings; and an environmental management plan. Other requirements include lot level maps; project area maps; sensitive receptor table; shadow flicker; stage 2 archaeological study; type certification; statement of planning policy conformity; and a submission checklist. 6 refs., 1 tab., 3 appendices.

  16. Malles pédagogiques itinérantes « les grands singes et leur habitat »: parcours et premières évaluations de l’impact du projet en Ouganda et au Gabon Educative kits « great apes and their habitat » : itinerary and impact evaluation of the project in Uganda and in Gabon

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    Helena Nambogwe

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Un programme de sensibilisation sur les grands singes et les forêts tropicales a été conçu en partenariat entre le « Projet pour la conservation des Grands Singes », le Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, l’UNESCO et la Coopération Française. Il s’appuie sur la circulation de malles pédagogiques d’un volume d’environ 1m3 contenant des outils ludiques et didactiques présentés par des animateurs locaux. Après une année de circulation de la malle dans les écoles à proximité des zones où vivent les grands singes en Ouganda et au Gabon, près de 15 000 enfants ont pris part à ce programme. Reçue dans 52 écoles primaires et secondaires en Ouganda, sur un parcours de 1 500 km organisé par le Wildlife Club of Uganda, la malle pédagogique et les animations associées ont permis selon une première étude d’impact d’accroître la motivation des enfants à protéger les grands singes et leur habitat. Au Gabon, le projet, sous l’impulsion du RAPAC, s’est appuyé sur neuf partenaires impliqués dans l’éducation environnementale et a pu être accueilli dans 66 écoles du pays dont certaines situées dans une concession forestière. Dans certaines localités, des données sur la consommation de viande de grands singes ont été collectées. Les sites atteints étaient répartis sur un circuit de 1 500 km. Les perspectives sont d’élargir le programme à d’autres pays de l’aire de répartition des grands singes en y associant des enquêtes socio-économiques et des études d’impact.  The Association « Projet pour la Conservation des Grands Singes » in partnership with MNHN, UNESCO and France Cooperation designed Great Apes kits. The showcases contain a set of entertaining and educative tools and activities explaining forests, ecosystems and great apes presented by national educators. The two first kits have moved in Uganda and Gabon in areas located where great apes occur. 15,000 kids from remote

  17. Analyse des causes d'échec des projets d'affaires à partir d'études de cas en entreprises, et proposition d'un modèle de domaine en langage UML

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    Wong , Siaw Ming

    2010-01-01

    Despite the efforts to improve the maturity of the project management profession, the failure rate of business projects remains high. It was realized that current project management standards do not take contextual requirements into consideration and business project management really has not been addressed in totality. The purpose of this interdisciplinary study therefore, is to obtain a better understanding of the subject matter by investigating why business project fails from the organizat...

  18. Misplaced Cervical Screws Requiring Reoperation.

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    Peterson, Jeremy C; Arnold, Paul M; Smith, Zachary A; Hsu, Wellington K; Fehlings, Michael G; Hart, Robert A; Hilibrand, Alan S; Nassr, Ahmad; Rahman, Ra'Kerry K; Tannoury, Chadi A; Tannoury, Tony; Mroz, Thomas E; Currier, Bradford L; De Giacomo, Anthony F; Fogelson, Jeremy L; Jobse, Bruce C; Massicotte, Eric M; Riew, K Daniel

    2017-04-01

    A multicenter, retrospective case series. In the past several years, screw fixation of the cervical spine has become commonplace. For the most part, this is a safe, low-risk procedure. While rare, screw backout or misplaced screws can lead to morbidity and increased costs. We report our experiences with this uncommon complication. A multicenter, retrospective case series was undertaken at 23 institutions in the United States. Patients were included who underwent cervical spine surgery from January 1, 2005, to December 31, 2011, and had misplacement of screws requiring reoperation. Institutional review board approval was obtained at all participating institutions, and detailed records were sent to a central data center. A total of 12 903 patients met the inclusion criteria and were analyzed. There were 11 instances of screw backout requiring reoperation, for an incidence of 0.085%. There were 7 posterior procedures. Importantly, there were no changes in the health-related quality-of-life metrics due to this complication. There were no new neurologic deficits; a patient most often presented with pain, and misplacement was diagnosed on plain X-ray or computed tomography scan. The most common location for screw backout was C6 (36%). This study represents the largest series to tabulate the incidence of misplacement of screws following cervical spine surgery, which led to revision procedures. The data suggest this is a rare event, despite the widespread use of cervical fixation. Patients suffering this complication can require revision, but do not usually suffer neurologic sequelae. These patients have increased cost of care. Meticulous technique and thorough knowledge of the relevant anatomy are the best means of preventing this complication.

  19. Requirements on high resolution detectors

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    Koch, A. [European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble (France)

    1997-02-01

    For a number of microtomography applications X-ray detectors with a spatial resolution of 1 {mu}m are required. This high spatial resolution will influence and degrade other parameters of secondary importance like detective quantum efficiency (DQE), dynamic range, linearity and frame rate. This note summarizes the most important arguments, for and against those detector systems which could be considered. This article discusses the mutual dependencies between the various figures which characterize a detector, and tries to give some ideas on how to proceed in order to improve present technology.

  20. Testing requirements for SCWR radiolysis

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    Guzonas, D.; Stuart, C.; Jay-Gerin, J.-P.; Meesungnoen, J.

    2010-01-01

    The Generation IV supercritical water-cooled reactor (SCWR) designs under consideration would operate at ∼430-625 o C and 25 MPa, i.e., well beyond the thermodynamic critical point of water. Supercritical (light/heavy) water (SCW)-cooled reactors would enable thermodynamic cycle efficiencies as high as ∼44% (versus ∼33% for existing water reactors), thus generating lower-cost electricity. The purpose of this report is to survey the literature on SCW radiolysis, describe the recent modeling performed at the Universite de Sherbrooke, and to broadly outline the testing required to develop a benchmarked SCW radiolysis model. (author)