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Worgull 1 S 2 T. Kraft, P. Gruber 1 S 2 P. Gumbsch, K. Schulz 1 S 2 G. Bretthauer 1 S 2 F. Henning 1 S 2 M. Geimer 1 S 2 F. Gratzfeld 1 S 2 M. Hoffmann 1 S 2 J. Ovtcharova, Mitarbeiter 1 S 2 T. Albers 1 S 2 S. Matthiesen 1 S 2 V.
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Schulze 1 S 2 G. Fleischer 1 S 2 M. Proppe 1 S 2 W. Seemann 1 S 2 U. Heilmaier 1 S 2 P. Elsner 1 S 2 H. Seifert, R. Kohler 1 S 2 B. Nestler, A. August 1 S 2 V. Arbeiter 1 S 2 X. Learning Outcomes After completion this module, the students are able 1. Content Contents of this module can be read in the single module components. Furmans BSc Maschinenbau B. Furmans, G. Lanza, F. Schultmann, B. Basic knowledge about the planning and operation of a production business is provided. Subject areas are production science production techniques, manufacturing and assembly systems , work scheduling, work control, work design, material flow as well as basics of economics accounting, reinvestment analysis, legal forms.
Ovtcharova BSc Maschinenbau B. Ovtcharova, S. Rogalski 2 W 0 J. Ovtcharova 2 W 0 J. Recommendations None. Learning Outcomes Students can identify and explain fundamental terms, problems and concepts of computer science. Content Basics: Information representation- and processing, terms and definitions: alphabet, data, signals, information, numeral systems, propositional logic and Boolean algebra, computer architectures, programming paradigms. Object Orientation: Definition and important characteristics of object orientation, Object-oriented modeling with UML.
Data Structures: Definition, properties and application of graphs, trees, linked lists, queues and stacks. Algorithms: Characteristics of algorithms, complexity analysis, design methods, important examples. Database management systems: Relational data model, relational algebra, declarative language SQL. Basics and concepts of JAVA. Introduction to programming using JAVA.
Remarks None. Becker BSc Maschinenbau B. Conditions None Learning Outcomes The students have an overview of the physical basics of electrical engineering electrical field, magnetic field, resistor, capacitor, inductor , know methods for the calculation of electrical DC- and AC-circuits, and understand the construction and steady-state performance of the basic electrical machines transformer, DC-, induction- and synchronous machine. The students have an overview of the most important semicon-ductor devices and their functionality, understand the basic principles of power electronic circuits and their arrangements to more complex structures for semiconductor devices which can be switched off or can not be switched off as well , and know the basics of the operation mode of operational amplifiers.
Content Fundamental terms, ohmic resistor, electrical field, magnetic field, oscillations, complex calculation of alternating current circuits, three phase current, measurement technique, drive engineering, DC machine, transformer, induction machine, synchronous machine, semiconductor devices, transistors and thyristors, power electronics, operational amplifiers BSc Mechanical Engineering B. Stiller BSc Maschinenbau B. Frohnapfel BSc Maschinenbau B. Learning Outcomes After having completed this module the student is capable of deriving the mathematical equations that describe the motion of fluids and can apply these to simple examples.
The student is able to determine flow quantities for generic problems. Kubach BSc Maschinenbau B. Kubach, M. Gabi, H. Bauer, U. Learning Outcomes The students can name and describe basic energy conversion processes and energy converting machines. They can explain the application of these energy conversion processes in various machines. They can analyze and evaluate the processes and machines in terms of functionality and efficiency and they are able to solve basic technical problems in terms of operating the machines.
In the SS the lecture is held in English. The lab course is always bilingual. Proppe BSc Maschinenbau B. Albers, Assistenten P. Stock G. Bretthauer, A. Albers W. Seemann P. Stock M. Geimer M. Mittwollen, Madzharov U. Maas C. Proppe J. Dantan W W C. Proppe T. Seemann S A. Class, B. Frohnapfel W S S A. August, B. Nestler, D. Weygand B. Nestler, P. Gumbsch B. Pilawa J. Schneider P. Gumbsch, A. Weygand J. Ovtcharova K. Furmans, V. Schulze, P. Stock J. Hoffmeister J. Fidlin J. Ovtcharova H. Bockhorn, U. Maas D. Weygand, P. The specific learning outcomes are defined by the respective coordinator of the course.
Learning Outcomes As part of a major field a domain of mechanical engineering is made accessible in breadth and depth. Students gain comprehensive knowledge in the core subjects and detailed knowledge in the supplementary subjects of the slected domain, where they are able to generate new solutions. The specific learning outcomes are defined by the respective coordinator of the major field.
Stork R. Kling 3 S 4,5 T. Schwab, P. Otic R. Badea A. Otic T. Proppe H. Bauer H. Bauer W. Schaub V. Schulze 2 2 S W 3 3 Prof. Alfons Kloenne B. Burkardt N. Burkardt V. Doppelbauer R. Noe, Dr. Grilli 2 W 3 A. Fritz, T. Schulenberg T. Schulenberg 2 3 W W 4 6 M. Gabi, N. Lewald A. Leibfried 3 W 6 T. Leibfried 2 W 6 H. Bauer F. Learning Outcomes Content Remarks The integration of these lectures into modules is described in the respective modules.
Deml Key Competences p. Content 1. Introduction to the course 2. Scientific working techniques 3. Literature research 4. Project management 5. Time management 6. Scientific elaborations 7. Schulze Lectures in English p. The examination is offered every semester. Reexaminations are offered at every ordinary examination date. Content The objective of the lecture is to look at manufacturing technology within the wider context of production engineering, to provide an overview of the different manufacturing processes and to impart process knowledge of the common processes.
The lecture covers the basic principles of manufacturing technology and deals with the manufacturing processes according to their classification into main groups regarding technical and economic aspects. Linsel Lectures in English p. Fichtner Lectures in English p. Learning Outcomes Content 1. The European liberalisation process 1. Pricing and investments in a liberalised power market 2. The power market and the corresponding submarkets 3. Risk management 4.
Market power 5. Deml Production Operations Management p. Subject areas are production science production techniques, manufacturing and assembly systems , work scheduling, work control, work design, material flow as well as basics of economics accounting, reinvestment analyses, legal forms. Conditions compulsory attendance Recommendations We suggest this Workshop after 2 years of classes.
Literature The workshop script will be allocated at Ilias. Otic Lectures in English p. Starting from the basic physical phenomena equations an overview on computational methods and turbulence modeling is given. Schaub Lectures in English p. Content Introduction to global reserves and production, environmental aspects, photosynthesis, fossil fuel formation; characteristic properties of raw materials and fuels; process overview of fuel upgrading, conversion, cleaning; examples liquid fuels: liquid fuels from petroleum and biomass, chemical upgrading processes in petroleum refining, nonconventional liquid fuels from fossil feedstocks and biomass feedstocks, fuel gas from coal and biomass.
Significance of services and administration 2. Definition and general model 3. Strategic roles and objectives 4. Analysis of service operations 5. Design of service operations 6. Control of service workload 7. Quality planning and control 8. Basic concepts 3. Physiological issues of humans at work 4. Psychological issues of work design 5. Environmental conditions 6. Methods of work analysis 7. Workplace design and man models 8.
Work structuring and personnel-oriented simulation 9. Ergonomic product design and virtual reality Hoboken NJ: Wiley, 3rd ed. Please refer to the latest edition. Conditions none Learning Outcomes The student has knowledge about the specific challenge of interdisciplinary collaboration within the framework of mechatronics. He is able to explain the origin, necessity and methodic implementation of interdisciplinary collaboration, to name the main difficulties as well as the special features within the development of mechatronic products from the point of view of development methodic.
The student has fundamental knowledge of modeling mechanical, hydraulically and electrically part systems and about suitable optimization methods. Content Part I: Modeling and optimization Prof. Leipzig: Hanser, Isermann, R. Berlin: Springer, Roddeck, W. Stuttgart: B. Major Subject: oral, 20 min.
Learning Outcomes The students know different possibilities to describe the position und orientation of rigid bodies. They realize that during numerical integration of the kinematic differential equations singularities may arise which may be avoided if for examle Euler-parameters are used. Holonomic as well as nonholonomic constraints and their effect on the structure of the differential equations are known.
The description of the kinematic quantities in different reference systems can be done. The formulation of the moment of momentum using different reference frames for rotational velocity and inertia tensor is not a problem. Several methods for the derivation of equations of motion can be applied, especially for nonholonomic systems. The solution of equations of motion by numerical integration is understood in principle. Kane, T. Hoferer Lectures in English p.
The students are able to analyse problems in the field of power generation and power grid and to develop approaches to these problems. Content Power generation fundamental lecture. The lecture covers the entire topic of power generation from conversion of primary energy resources in coal fired power plants and nuclear power plants to utilisation of renewable energy. The lecture gives a review of the physical fundamentals, technical-economical aspects and potential for development of power generation both conventional generation and renewable generation.
The lecture covers basics in power grids. Literature Material is available at the beginning of the lecture. Literature: Schwab; Elektroenergiesysteme. Doppelbauer Lectures in English p. Practical examples as needed. Toliyat, G. Hendershot, T. Leibfried Lectures in English p. Hingorani, L. Becker Electrical Engineering p. Content Fundamental terms, ohmic resistor, electrical field, magnetic field, oscillations, complex calculation of alternating current circuits, three phase current, measurement technique, drive engineering, DC machine, transformer, induction machine, synchronous machine, semiconductor devices, transistors and thyristors, power electronics, operational amplifiers Literature see homepage download: script ca.
Heilmaier Materials Science and Engineering p. The students can name standard materials characterization methods and can describe the execution of the tests as well as the evaluation of the results. The students are able to asses materials on base of the data obtained by these methods. The students are capable to select appropriate experiments to clarify probelms regarding the materials behaviour. They can describe the experimental procedures and can carry out experiments. They can derive material properties from data gained in experiments. They can interpret these properties regarding microstructure-propety-relations.
Content Within the week-long compact seminar the participants are required to solve various production management scenarios in a group format. They will thereby have the opportunity to influence the solution process from various perspectives and to recognize the effects of individual actions on the entire relationship. The seminar contains a planning game based on the re-arrangement of a production company and thereby gives the participants the chance to put the studied methods into practice. With the simulation, the solution is quantitatively assessed and the effects of decisions will be highlighted.
The structure of the lecture is: 1. Introductory lecture 2. Organisational issues 3. Basics of operations planning and control OPC 5. Basics of operations structuring OST 6. Introduction of the simulation package 7. Instructions for OPC 8. Instructions for OST 9. Instructions for the final presentation The exam takes place in every semester. Re-examinations are offered at every ordinary examination date. Schulenberg Lectures in English p. Recommendations We recommend to combine the lecture with the Simulator Exercises for Combined Cycle Power Plants Learning Outcomes The students know the design and operation principles of major components of advanced combined cycle power plants including their control, as well as the dynamic response of combined cycle power plants to grid requirements.
Content Layout of a combined cycle power plant, design and operation of gas turbines, of the heat recovery steam generator, of the feedwater system and cooling systems. Design and operation of steam turbines, of the generator and its electrical systems. System response to challinging grids, protection systems, water make-up and water chemistry. Design concepts of different power plant manufacturers, innovative power plant concepts.
Recommended additional literature: C. Lechner, J. Deutschmann Principles of Natural Science p. The students are able to name important inorganic compounds and their properties as well as correctly indicate the equations of the reactions important for manufacturing. The students are able to correctly indicate the processes and chemical reactions used to manufacture important industrially used metals and they are able to correlate properties of the metals with technical applications.
The students are able to indicate the structure of organic compounds, especially that of important polymers and to name the significance of important functional groups; they are able to correlate the process of combustion in motors with the methods of exhaust after treatment and to give reasons for the correlations. Metals: Sources, Winning, Properties, Winning and use of important industrially used metals, Metallurgy of selected metals Iron, Aluminium , 4. Main group, Transition metals, Corrosion, Corrosion protection.
Organic Chemistry: Types of bonds, Formulae, Spectroscopy, Separation and distillation, Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes, Aromatic hydrocarbons, Coal, Crude oil, Composition of fuel, Motoric combustion, Gas turbines, Basics of polymers, Reactions of polymer formation Polymerization, Poly condensation, Poly addition, cross linking , important polymers. Stiller Measurement and control systems p. Such entities may comprise e. From a general perspective, the objective of measurement is to obtain information about the state of a system while control aims to influence the state of a system in a desired manner.
This lecture provides an introduction to this field and general systems theory. The control part of the lecture presents classical linear control theory. The measurement part discusses electrical measurement of non-electrical entities. Dorf and R. Phillips and R. Kiencke, H. Content Bases effect model of conveyor machines made for the change of position and orientation; conveyor processes; identification systems; drives; mechanical behaviour of conveyors; structure and function of conveyor machines; elements of intralogistics sample applications and calculations in addition to the lectures inside practical lectures Media supplementary sheets,projector, blackboard Literature Recommendations during lessons BSc Mechanical Engineering B.
In SP oral exam. Content Fundamental concepts ans phenomena Experimental analysis of flames Conservation equations for laminar flat flames Thermodynamics of combustion processes Transport phenomena Chemical reactions Chemical kinetics mechanisms Laminar premixed flames Laminar diffusion flames Media Blackboard and Powerpoint presentation Literature Lecture notes, Combustion - Physical and Chemical Fundamentals, Modeling and Simulation, Experiments, Pollutant Formation, authors: U.
Maas, J. Warnatz, R. Hettlich Advanced Mathematics p. Recommendations cours of 1st semester Learning Outcomes The students know the basics on vector spaces and multi-dimensional calculus and the basic techniques to solve differential equations. Recommendations courses of 1st and 2nd semester Learning Outcomes The students know techniques and applications of the multi-dimensional calculus vector calculus and have basic knowledge on partial differential equations and stochastics. Rogalski Computer Science p. Learning Outcomes The students can identify, explain and assign the repective context to the fundamental terms of information technology, such as data, signals, information, numeral systems, propositional logic, computer architectures, data structures, algorithms, database managements systems as well as the related concepts and theories.
In addition, they can efficiently implement the underlying theorys and concepts in form of procedural and objectoriented Java programs as well as analyze the source code and its corresponding function. Robert Sedgewick: Algorithms in Java, Part 5, 3. Gerhard Goos: Informatik 1.
Burkardt Lectures in English p. Learning Outcomes The students are able to: - use the term innovation - classify innovation in companies and know about its meaning - evaluate the influencing parameters on product innovation - describe strategies to promote innovation - use methods of innovation promotion - initiate patent research - describe the importance and principle strategies of an open innovation. Content Basics of Innovation Management Success factors in innovation competition Strategic analysis of branches, companies an markets Innovation traps Informationmanagement Pre-studies and feasibility studies Risk analysis BSc Mechanical Engineering B.
Dagan Lectures in English p. Learning Outcomes After completion, the students know the layout of different coal fired power plants, the design of their major components, as well as the operational conditions and their limits. Content The lecture presents the technology of coal fired power plants, which are conventional steam turbine plants as well as advanced combined cycle power plants with integrated coal gasification.
Formeln und Tabellen zur Technischen Mechanik - Viewegs Fachbücher der Technik
It includes combustion systems, steam generators, a short overview over steam turbine technologies, the cooling system and the water supply system as well as the off gas treatment. Coal gasification will be explained with fixed bed, fluidized bed and entrained flow gasifiers. The integrated coal gasification combined cycle includes also the raw gas purification system. In addition, a visit to a coal fired power plant will be offered. Media power point presentation Literature Everett B.
Woodruff, Herbert B. Lammers, Thomas F. Konnov Lectures in English p. Kling Lectures in English p. Learning Outcomes Content Overview of lecture: 1. Light, the Eye and the Visual System 3. Light in non - visual Processes 4. Fundamentals in Light Engineering 5. Color and Brightness 6. Light Sources 7. Displays 8. Luminaries 9. Learning Outcomes Content A computer based simulation allow participants to exercise their skills and judge their impact over time and on multiple decisions.
The fundamental management techniques of competition analysis, portfolio analysis, marketing mix and pricing of special com-mercial operations are acquired in order to ensure product success. Participants will also become acquainted with and make use of break-even analysis and market re-search reports as a way of making marketing decisions. In addition, participants learn about supply and stock keeping, particularly covering optimal order quantities.
With regard to the important theme of production, participants will be taught about investment, disin-vestments, utilization planning, ecological production and rationalization and learn-ing curves, as well as the important decision of whether in-house production or third party supply would be most beneficial. Participants are taught about income and financial statements, cash flow, share prices and shareholder value. Furthermore, they benefit from learning the important skills of cost element, cost center and product cost accounting, progressive break-even analysis and financial budgeting.
The crucial topics of personnel planning, qualifications, productivity as well as employee turnover and absences are particularly dealt with, as knowledge of these aspects is key for future managers. Maas Machines and Processes p. This includes the investigation of runup, stationary operation of rigid rotors including balancing, transient and stationary behavior of flexible rotors, critical speeds, dynamics of slider-crank mechanisms, torsional oscillations.
Introduction 2. Machine as mechatronic system 3. Rigid rotors: equations of motion, transient and stationary motion, balancing 4. Flexible rotors: Laval rotor equations of motion, transient and stationary behavior, critical speed, secondary effects , refined models 5. Slider-crank mechanisms: kinematics, equations of motion, mass and power balancing Literature Biezeno, Grammel: Technische Dynamik, 2. Albers, Burkardt Mechanical Design p. Conditions none Learning Outcomes The students are able to Furthermore the students can describe as a team technical solutions with a gear and draw chosen components in different technical expositions.
All lecture notes and additional slides will be provided in Ilias. Conditions Participation in mechanical design I. They understand the different designing stages and are able to name and take into account the requirements of designing. They have knowledge about surface measuring principals, can interpret measurement scribes and assign to a value to describe the surface. They can choose a process to manufacture the required surface and estimate their manufacturing costs. The students know about the sense of standardization, their types and are able to classify and use standardization values in regard on product engineering.
They understand They are able to choose and calculate a suitable connection and to illustrate their advantages and disadvantages. Content Bearings Sealings Design Tolerances and fittings Shaft-hub connections Tutorials take place in concomitant to the lectures. Burkardt Mechanical Design p. Conditions Participation in mechanical design I and II. Content Basic connections - part 2 Coupling fundamentals Function and working principles Significant characteristics and classification Non-shiftable shaft couplings Shiftable shaft couplings Elastic couplings Gear transmission fundamentals Function and working principles Fundamentals of gear transmissions Significant characteristics and classification Selection criteria Fundamentals of further gear drives Fundamentals of lubrication and lubricants Tooth system fundamentals Function and working principles Tooth pitch characters Cycloid as slope curve Evolvent as slope curve BSc Mechanical Engineering B.
Weber Lectures in English p. Learning Outcomes The lecture provides fundamental knowledge about Materials and Devices applied in Electrical Engineering. Content Materials play a central role for the progress of technology and economy. Their applications determine the innovation degree of modern technologies like the information-, energy-, traffic-, manufacturing-, environmental and medical technology. Many innovations in electrical engineering could only be realized on the basis of new material and production engineering. Therefore the development of materials and their applications in systems become one of the key fields of the industrial technology in the 21st century with outstandingly high strategic meaning.
The lecture then introduces into the application of the basics in the following fields of mechanics: functional safety of structural components, reliability of components and systems, vibrations and control systems. Content Courses are taught in French. A visit to an industry partner in the vicinity of Metz will be planned. Remarks The second block course will probably take place days in Metz.
Further information: www. They are able to use the basic mathematical methods for modelling the dynamical behaviour of elastic and rigid bodies. The students have a basic understanding of the description of kinematics and kinetics of bodies. They also master the alternative formulations based on weak formulations and variational methods and the approximate solution methods for numerical calculations of the moving behaviour of elastic bodies. Content Dynamics of continua: Concept of continuum, geometry of continua, kinematics and kinetics of continua Dynamics of rigid bodies: Kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies Variational principles: Priniciple of virtual work, variational calculations, Principle of Hamilto Approximate solution methods: Methods of weighted residuals, method of Ritz Applications Literature Lecture notes available online J.
There has been a significant increase in the literature regarding the effects of warming and acidification on the marine ecosystem. To our knowledge, there is very little information on the potential effects of both combined stressors on marine grazer-seaweed interactions. Here, we evaluated, for the first time several phenotypic responses e.
Under a scenario of increased temperature and lowered pH the antioxidant defences of L. The seaweed evidenced signs of cellular damage under such conditions. These results suggest that: i lower pH per se seems to benefit the interaction between grazer and seaweed while, ii a combined scenario of increased temperature and lowered pH may be negative for the interaction, due to the unbalance between periwinkle mortality rates and consumption rates. But most importantly, since grazing often plays an important role on structuring natural communities, such predator-prey disturbances can elicit cascading effects on the remaining community structure and functioning of the temperate rocky-shore ecosystems.
A metagenomics approach to evaluate the impact of dietary supplementation with Ascophyllum nodosum or Laminaria digitata on rumen function in rusitec fermenters. Full Text Available There is an increasing need to identify alternative feeds for livestock that do not compete with foods for humans.
Seaweed might provide such a resource, but there is limited information available on its value as an animal feed. Here we use a multi-omics approach to investigate the value of two brown seaweeds, Ascophyllum nodosum ASC and Laminaria digitata LAM, as alternative feeds for ruminants. The seaweeds had no substantial effect on rumen fermentation, feed degradability or methane emissions.
Concentrations of total bacteria, anaerobic fungi, biodiversity indices and abundances of the main bacterial and methanogen genera were also unaffected. Canonical correspondence analysis of the bacterial community revealed that low N availability led to a change in the structure of the bacterial community. In contrast, LAM which has a much lower phlorotannin content did not cause detrimental effects on N degradability nor modified the structure of the bacterial community in comparison to CON.
In conclusion, it was demonstrated that incorporation of brown seaweed into the diet can be considered as a suitable nutritional strategy for ruminants; however special care must be taken with those seaweeds with high. Leprosy reactions: coinfections as a possible risk factor. Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to determine the frequency of coinfections in leprosy patients and whether there is a relationship between the presence of coinfections and the development of leprosy reactional episodes.
Information was recorded regarding the age, sex, clinical status, WHO classification, treatment, presence of reactions and coinfections. Focal and systemic infections were diagnosed based on the history, physical examination, and laboratory tests. Multinomial logistic regression was used to evaluate the associations between the leprosy reactions and the patients' gender, age, WHO classification and coinfections. Full Text Available Mycobacterium leprae M.
However, other T-helper effector cells; T-helper17 and T-helper2; play a role, particularly in the context of disease type. Aims: We aimed to evaluate serum levels of interleukin IL T-helper17 cytokine and IL-4 T-helper2 cytokine in untreated patients with different types of leprosy, compared to controls. Methods: Using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, serum IL and IL-4 levels were estimated in 43 leprotic patients and 43 controls.
Patients were divided into six groups; tuberculoid, borderline cases, lepromatous, erythema nodosum leprosum ENL , type 1 reactional leprosy, and pure neural leprosy. Patients were also categorized according to bacillary load and the presence or absence of reactions. Results: Serum IL was significantly lower in cases Nevertheless, the small number of the studied population is a limitation. Estudo da toxicidade reprodutiva de Combretum leprosum Mart Apr 17, Guanabara Koogan, Morito K Transesophageal echocardiography. Environmental economics.
This textbook is intended to reveal and explain the most important issues in environmental economics, a on the basis of a systematic breakdown of the whole field of environmental economics, and b with the aid of numerous examples taken from practical environmental policy. The material presented in this book has been grouped according to various subjects as, e. The conclusions drawn by the author as a result of his study can be summarized in the following general statement: Democratic states with a free economic system corresponding to the social market economy of the FRG for instance are well endowed with the prerequisites for successfully tackling environmental problems, both in terms of financial and regulatory policy- and experience has already shown that the approach adopted is a practicable and promising one.
However, there could be much more success along this line of the political instruments were given greater impetas and impact, and if the regulatory instruments were designed so as to gain more effectiveness. Pipeline engineering. Apart from calculating the strength of pipeline components planning and design are the most important tasks on the areas of apparatus manufacturing, fluid engineering, process engineering and thermal engineering. It is therefore necessary that the flow diagrams of a plant are clearly understandable and in accordance with the technical rules even in the early stages of planning.
This book concentrates on steel pipeline which are not laid underground but of the type used mostly in industrial applications. The pictures and equations provided can be used for the design of pipelines, tables and diagrams are given to facilitate estimation of elasticity, pipeline pressure losses and insulating thicknesses. An overview of the equations is given at the end of the book. Many examples facilitate learning. Gauge field theories. Gauge theories provide a unified framework to describe three of the four universal forces known so far: the quantum field theories of electromagnetism, the weak force and the strong force.
They are an essential part of the so-called standard model of particles and matter. The first edition of this work was quickly adopted by universities and other institutions of higher learning around the world. Completely updated, this third edition continues to be an ideal reference on the subject. In total, more than a quarter of the content has been changed or added. The tried-and-tested logical structuring of the material on gauge invariance, quantization, and renormalization has been retained, while the chapters on electroweak interactions and model building have been revised.
Completely new is the chapter on conformality. As in the past, Frampton emphasizes formalism rather than experiments and provides sufficient detail for readers wishing to do their own calculations or pursue theoretical physics research: - gauge invariance, - quantization, - renormalization, - electroweak forces, - renormalization group, - quantum chromodynamics, - model building, - conformality. The text book on radiology covers the following issues: Part A: General radiology: Fundamental physics: radiation biology; radiation protection fundamentals: radiologic methods; radiotherapy; nuclear medicine.
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But it continues to exist not only because we can never now hope to efface what knowledge we have of self-annihilation methods, but also because we have become frighteningly used to the fact of being threatened. What we fight is not this or that adversary who attacks, or might be got rid of, by nuclear means, but the nuclear situation as such. Since this enemy is the enemy of all human beings, those who up to now have considered each other as adversaries should rally as allies against the common threat.
This paper deals with the inequality of access to the urban public utilities in developing countries, and more accurately with the issue of the access to the waste collection in Abidjan. This question is closely linked with the centralization, decentralization and recentralization movements that affected this service management for the last decades.
Each stage of the decentralization process in Ivory Coast brought institutional changes in waste collection management in Abidjan. Each of them had specific consequences on the access of people to this service. These consequences are investigated on a local scale and are linked to the socio-economic characteristics of the studied areas.
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The neurology check list covers the following issues, organized in four parts: Grey part - diagnostic fundamentals, therapeutic principles: clinical neurological examination, liquor puncture, specific laboratory diagnostics, neurophysical diagnostics, imaging techniques, therapeutic principles, legal aspects, neurological assessment. Green Part - leading syndromes and leading symptoms.
Blue part - neurological disease appearance: pains in head and face, pain syndrome, congenital and development disturbances, liquor circulation disturbances, ZNS hemorrhages, tumors and neoplasm, paraneoplastic syndromes, inflammatory diseases of the nervous system, dementia diseases, metabolic and other encephalopathy, cerebellum diseases and system surmounting processes, movement degeneration, basal ganglion diseases, epilepsy, non-epileptic attacks, medulla diseases, brain nerve diseases, plexus lesions, radicular lesions, peripheric neuropathy, neuromuscular transfer disturbances, muscular diseases.
Red part: neurological intensive medicine. Quantum physics for dummies. Quantum physics is a central and fascinating, albeit unpopular by many students theme of physics. Steven Holzner explains understandably and alively, what must be known about quantum physics. He explains the foundations of angular momentum and spin, gives tips how complex equations can be solved. Thereby he works with examples, which he explains extensively. Quantum mechanics. The following topics are dealt with: Quantization of physical quantities, radiation laws, the wave aspect of matter, mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, ther Schroedinger equation, the harmonic oscillator, the transition from classical to quantum mechanics, a charged particle in the electromagnetic field, the hydrogen atom, perturbation theory and approximation procedures, spin, a nonrelativistic wave equation with spin, systems of identical particles, the formal scheme of quantum mechanics, conceptions and philosophical problems of quantum mechanics.
The effects of nuclear war. Possible and probable effects of a nuclear war in Europe are described on the basis of a study by the Office of Technology Assessment, US Kongress 'The effects of nuclear war', Wash. HP [de. Paediatric radiology. This book presents a current, comprehensive and clearly written introduction to the often-neglected field of paediatric radiology, from important aspects of radiation protection to the specific anatomic features of the growing skeleton and the special anatomy of the thorax and abdomen of newborns and infants.
Special knowledge is imparted on the radiology of trauma effects in infant age and the 'battered child syndrome'. The diseases and findings are presented in an organ-specific and topographic manner. The structure of the book serves two purposes. First, the reader can obtain information on specific diseases; secondly, the particular features of examination techniques and the specifics of paediatric radiology are presented.
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Nuclear medicine. The book on nuclear medicine is devided in three chapters: fundamentals, diagnostics and therapy. The topics within these chapters are the following: 1 fundamentals: molecular imaging; radiation physics, measuring technology and quality control; dosimetry and radiation effects; radiation protection, radiopharmaceutical chemistry; immonoassays and quality control. Environmental protection directory.
For the first time in this form in Germany, this handbook provides a comprehensive collection of mainly non-commercial environmental protection addresses. It covers the federal, community, scientific and jounalistic areas as well as business and society associations and groups, educational and advisory services and institutions. The addressbook contains the addresses and telephone numbers of the seperate institutions, as well as the names and extension numbers of public officials, representatives and media relations personned of the associations, the party environmental spokesperson and assigned people from the churches, and the ecology editors in media, radio and television.
Quantum physics. This textbook belongs to the mostly favorite and illustrative introductions to quantum physics. The understandable way of presentation allows the independent access of the physical background of the world of quanta. Starting from the physical phenomena the book mediates the fundamental terms and procedures of quantum mechanics and illustrates them by means of extensive application examples and estimations of orders of magnitude. This proximity tro praxis gives to the book its aliveness.
For the better understanding Gasiorowicz includes explaining steps and abandons complicated mathematical derivations. The discussion of the physical connections helps in the illustration of formal calculations. By this the successful transition from a course about modern physics to the purely formal development of quantum mechanics is possible. Numerous exercises are found in the extended part of problems. Furthermore the commented list of literature in the appendix is a valuable orientational aid for the study of quantum physics.
The 9th edition was completely surveyed, actualized, and extended. Radiology trainer. Surgical ambulance. Revision 2. The radiology trainer for surgical ambulance includes informative X-ray imaging examples for the following issues: zygoma, nasal bone, spinal cord, clavicle, shoulder, upper arms, elbow, forearms, wrist, hand, phalanx, thorax, sternum, pelvis, abdomen, hips, femur, knee, lower leg, ankle, feet.
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Radioactivity and environment. Radioaktivitaet und Umwelt. The nuclear catastrophe in the Soviet Union has made clear how immediately the hazards resulting from radioactivity affect man, and how little we really know about it. The third edition of this pocket book which has been enlarged by a topical chapter on Chernobyl, deals with radioactivity as an environmental factor at the bological, medical, economic and sociopolitical levels. It is concerned with the alarming development of nuclear energy production and nuclear armament just as well as with the late effects caused by radioactivity.
The critical view the authors take of nuclear technology is presented in understandable language, offering the reader many scientifically corroborated arguments. With 60 figs. Radiation physics for medical physicists. This well-received textbook and reference summarizes the basic knowledge of atomic, nuclear, and radiation physics that professionals working in medical physics and biomedical engineering need for efficient and safe use of ionizing radiation.
Concentrating on the underlying principles of radiation physics, it covers the prerequisite knowledge for medical physics courses on the graduate and post-graduate levels in radiotherapy physics, radiation dosimetry, imaging physics, and health physics, thus providing the link between elementary physics on the one hand and the intricacies of the medical physics specialties on the other hand.
This expanded and revised second edition offers reorganized and expanded coverage. Several of the original chapters have been split into two with new sections added for completeness and better flow. New chapters on Coulomb scattering; on energy transfer and energy absorption in photon interactions; and on waveguide theory have been added in recognition of their importance. Others training for professions that deal with ionizing radiation in diagnosis and treatment as well as medical residents, students of technology and dosimetry,and biomedical engineering will find many sections interesting and useful for their studies.
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The book deals in general with the field of radiology, starting from the physical and radiobiological fundamentals, through the large field of X-ray diagnostics and radiotherapy to nuclear medicine, including computerized tomography. Broad space is dedicated to radiation protection. A brief, strongly didactically divided text presents this large scientific field of knowledge in systematic order.
It is illustrated by numerous tables and sketches, which shall facilitate understanding in cases of difficult problems. The book is completed by a detailed time table, by references to the essential and most important advancing literature and by a comprehensive subject index. Radiology of haemophilic arthropathies. Radiology plays an important role in confirming the diagnosis of haemophilia, in solving differential diagnostic problems, in the indication of surgical intervention and in the care of haemophiliacs. A detailed and accurate description of the X-ray symptomatology is given in this monograph.
The author tries to fit the single radiomorphological signs into the entire, long pathological process. Albert Einstein for beginners. He was called the most important jew since the birth of Christus. Others however believed however he has came like no other nearer to the gods. Thought is Albrt Einstein, the scientific work of him and especially his relativity theory has the world changed radically both in scientific and in political regard.
The present 12th extended and strongly revised edition of the book, which came out firstly above 20 years ago and until today thousands of readers - young and old - has always enthused, describes not only the relativity theory but also the role, which Einstein played in the development of the first atomic bomb. A short biographical part mediates to the reader also something about the man Einstein. MRT of the locomotor system. The book on MRT of the locomotor system covers the following topics: relevant NMT imaging techniques, spinal cord, shoulder, elbows, wrist and fingers, hip region, knee, lower leg - ankle - foot, temporomandibular joint, skeletal muscles, bone marrow, bone and soft tissue tumors, osteoporosis, sacroiliac joint, jaw and periodontium.
Environmental protection technology. The book deals on a broad basis with subjects related to environmental pollution. Both ecological and economic aspects are covered; technical means of avoiding and remedying environmental damage are discussed. Included are also an ethical evaluation and the legal aspects of the environmental pollution problem. Stable isotope geochemistry. Stable Isotope Geochemistry is an authoritative book comprising theoretical and experimental principles; surveying important fractionation mechanisms affecting the most important elements; discussing the natural variations of geologically important reservoirs.
This updated 3rd edition, with a completely rewritten and extended main part, contains two new chapters on stable isotope composition of mantle material and on changes of the ocean during the geological past. Neurologische Klinik; Reinhardt, Frank. Schering dictionary of radiology. Sixteen years after the first edition, the new edition takes account of the dramatic developments in medical imaging. All entries have been revised, and the number of entries has been increased considerably. Special attention was given to magnetic resonance tomography and the many options of image-assisted interventions.
Modern methods of nuclear medical diagnosis and radiotherapy were considered as well as new legal regulations on radiation protection. More entries dealing with clinical medicine and instructive case studies enable readers to get an even closer view at radiology in theory and practice. Kuwert, T. Nuklearmedizinische Klinik; Gruenwald, F. Klinik fuer Nuklearmedizin; Haberkorn, U. Nuklearmedizin; Krause, T. Radiologie, Neuroradiologie und Nuklearmedizin. Damage of testicles is frequent in lepromatous leprosy worsen by the presence of erythema nodosum leprosum.
One patient is presented who developed lepromatous leprosy and erythema nodosum leprosum with important testicular compromise. Material and methods. A 28 year old man patient who had lepromatous leprosy since his 22 was studied. During a polychemotherapy treatment for the lepromatous leprosy, he presented chronic erythema nodosum leprosum that affected both testicles and did not respond to the conventional treatment.
A left orchidectomy was practiced to treat the persistent pain. The extracted testis evidenced the following findings: tubular atrophy, remarkable fibrosis, cumulus of foamy macrophages without rods, focal Leydig cell hyperplasia, linfocitary and granulomatous arteritis and endarteritis of small and medium size vessels. These changes were also observed in the epididymis. Two years after the polychemoterapy and the orchidectomy, the patient revealed azoospermy, normal total testosterone, discretely diminished free testosterone and elevated luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone.
No loss of libido or sexual activity. We reviewed general concepts about erythema nodosum leprosum and the pathologic changes produced by leprosy in the testis. Lepromatous leprosy may lead to hypogonadism. This should be considered by the leprosy programs in order to avoid and treat the consequences of the possible hypogonadism.
Presentar un paciente con lepra lepromatosa y eritema nodoso leproso con severo compromiso testicular. Lucio's phenomenon: a report of three cases seen in Johor, Malaysia. Lucio's phenomenon is a rare and aggressive necrotising variant of erythema nodosum leprosum that classically occur in patients with undiagnosed, diffuse non-nodular lepromatous leprosy. It is a potentially fatal leprosy reaction characterised by extensive, bizarrely-shaped, painful purpuric skin lesions and ulcerations.
Lucio's phenomenon is very rarely reported outside of Mexico and Costa Rica. We describe 3 cases seen in Johor, Malaysia. The first two cases responded to the prompt simultaneous institution of daily rifampicin, dapsone, clofazimine and prednisolone. Case 3 continued to have new lesions and extension of existing lesions while on dapsone and clofazimine. The subsequent addition of rifampicin and prednisolone prevented new lesion formation but patient succumbed to the extensive cutaneous infarcts and consequent sepsis.
Early diagnosis and prompt institution of multi-drug therapy together with prednisolone may improve the prognosis and outcome of Lucio's phenomenon. Huang, R. Based on the results of a pilot study in , which found high mixing ratios of molecular iodine I2 above the intertidal macroalgae seaweed beds at Mweenish Bay Ireland , we extended the study to nine different locations in the vicinity of Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station on the west coast of Ireland during a field campaign in Biotechnological potential of the microflora associated with the brown alga Ascophyllum nodosum.
Bacteria associated with algae are underexplored despite their huge biodiversity and the fact that they differ markedly from those living freely in seawater. These bacterial communities are known to represent great potential for the production of diverse bioactive compounds, such as specific glycoside hydrolases, as they interact in multiple complex ways with their host. Furthermore, enzymes from marine bacteria have original properties, like cold-adapted, halotolerant and highly stable, whic Computed tomography of the head and spinal cord.
This is an everyday reference manual for routine diagnosis and also for critical situations; it is a reliable vademecum for all radiologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons. It contains all information that is required for CT diagnosis of the skull and spinal cord. Detailed information on normal anatomy and standard reference values enable the practician to differentiate between normal and pathological findings. There is a clear and didactically useful structure with sections on pathogenesis, clinical findings and CT morphology for each clinical picture.
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The focus is on technologies, concepts and the market development of the wind industry. Other topics include network integration, economy and current research perspectives as well as environmental balance and repowering. Planners, investors and students get an overview of the status and development of the technology, the economy and the legal framework.
Intensive Forschungsanstrengungen an wissenschaftlichen Institutionen und in der Industrie haben dazu gefuehrt, dass die Anlagen heute zuverlaessige Hightech Produkte sind. Weitere Themen sind die Netzintegration, Wirtschaftlichkeit und aktuelle Forschungsperspektiven sowie Umweltbilanz und Repowering. Planer, Investoren und Studierende erhalten einen Ueberblick ueber Stand und Entwicklung der Technik, die Wirtschaftlichkeit sowie die rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen.
MRT of abdomen and pelvis. The book offers maximum expert knowledge from an experienced team of authors, first-class reference image material, clear guidelines for indications and actions also in comparison with other techniques, and a detailed presentation of examination sequences with table protocols. There are clear schematic drawings, guidelines, key findings and tables for differential diagnosis, and a list of possible misinterpretations.
The authors present contributions on MR angiography and examination of infants and take account of all modern trends and indications. The book facilitates introduction to the subject, reading-up, and quick reference. It provides practical support at the workplace and is written in a user-friendly manner. There is a new chapter ''rectum'', and the book contains more than illustrations. Radiotherapy and radiooncology: An interdisciplinary approach. This is the 4th, completely revised edition of the successful book on modern cancer therapy. The focus of this edition is on interdisciplinary cooperation.
Current knowledge, both legal and medical, is presented in a clear and well-structured form. The text is supplemented by many illustrative drawings and pictures. The book addresses students and other readers interested in oncology and provides useful and detailed information on radiation therapy of benign and malignant diseases.
Imaging of the head and neck. Mafee, M. Remarkable advances in medical diagnostic imaging have been made during the past three decades. The development of new imaging techniques and continuous improvements in the display of digital images have opened new horizons in the study of head and neck anatomy and pathology. The American Society of Head and Neck Radiology ASHNR and its European and Asiatic counterparts evolved because of the emerging awareness of the roles that head and neck radiologists play in the diagnosis and management of head and neck, base of the skull, neuro-ophthalmologic and neuro-otologic diseases.
This edition continues the tradition of excellence set by the first edition of Valvassori's Head and Neck Imaging which was also the first textbook in head and neck radiology , and provides a comprehensive review of the most pertinent and up-to-date knowledge in the field of head and neck imaging. The content of this edition has been organized into 12 chapters according to anatomic regions.
It now includes new material on the temporomandibular joint, the lacrimal drainage system, dental scanning, fibro-osseous and cartilaginous lesions of the head and neck, MRI sialography, MR interventional technique, and thyroid and parathyroid glands. All chapters have been expanded to address new developments in the field and to stress the importance of imaging anatomy, pathologic correlation, and pertinent clinical data.
For each anatomic region, the embryology and anatomy are introduced, followed by congenital and developmental disorders, inflammatory processes, benign and malignant neoplastic diseases, trauma, and postoperative changes. The detailed reference lists in each chapter include key references and are as recent as possible. Care has been taken to include exquisitely reproduced illustrations that provide the maximum of pertinent information.
It is our hope that this textbook will be useful to students and physicians in the fields of radiology, otolaryngology, neurootology, rhinology, head and neck surgery, ophthalmology, neuroophthalmology, oromaxillofacial-temporomandibular surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, and oncology. The natural radioactivity of plants, animals and humans.
The natural radioactivity of plants, animals and humans are of important scientific relevance for radiobiology and medicine. The possible effects of micro doses during life span are still controversially discussed. Part I of the book the natural radioactivity of plants, animals and humans for the normal case and in case of pathological changes covers the following topics: the natural radioisotopes in living organisms plants, animals, humans and their environment; methodologies of qualitative and quantitative determination of beta-activity in biological objects; the radioactivity of atmospheric precipitations; the beta-activity of plants; the beta-activity of animals; beta-activity of human organs and tissues.
Part II dynamics of radionuclides in the biological chains in the period to : the modern conceptions on the biological role of natural radioactive elements, biological indications during early stages of low-dose ionizing irradiation; the radioactivity of the human blood; radiation and carcerogenesis. Introduction into thermodynamics. From elements to technical applications. This textbook has been proved for more than 30 years and has been regularly revised and updated. Thus, recent developments in energy conversion and environmental protection have constantly been taken into account.
Tabulated values and standards reflect the current state of things. The book's basic concept was maintained without change from the first to the twelfth edition: leading over from well-founded thermodynamic theory to technical applications, closeness to practice because of many examples with solutions and tasks with solution results, the opportunity for self-study with examples, tasks and control questions with answers, and high usability because of many tables and direct-information diagrams.
The 13th edition was actualised and enhanced by combined-cycle power plants and fuel cells. Energy in the residential building. Electricity, heat, e-mobility. Photovoltaics, heat pumps and fuel cells offer enormous potential for sustainable energy supply in residential buildings. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Aufgabensammlung Technische Mechanik , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Aufgabensammlung Technische Mechanik. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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