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Anticipated and Abnormal Plant Transients in Li...
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Anticipated and Abnormal Plant Transients in Light Water Reactors ab 138.99 € als Taschenbuch: Volume 1. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Technik,

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Anticipated and Abnormal Plant Transients in Li...
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Anticipated and Abnormal Plant Transients in Light Water Reactors ab 138.99 EURO Volume 1. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984

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Grid Code Testing By Voltage Source Converter
75,90 CHF *
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The wind power penetration is increasing tremendously.To integrate this huge amount of energy contribution from wind firms into our current electrical system is a big challenge for both power system planners and operators because of different behavior of wind power plants than the conventional power plants. It is required from the wind power plants that it should contribute in grid support such as frequency, voltage and reactive power control and it should behave as a conventional power plant during normal and abnormal conditions. For this reason transmission system operator's (TSO) of different countries have issued grid codes for wind power plants to operate them in conventional way. This project explains a way to test wind turbines grid code requirements to act like a conventional power plant.The entire project is simulated in PSCAD/EMTDC.

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Tumble
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An unprecedented seismic event 249 km west of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands jostle the Indian, Australian, and Eurasian plate boundaries together, prompting thousands of earthquakes to ripple out across the globe. The abnormal upheaval triggers a massive underwater landslide that permanently transforms the geography in the Bay of Bengal. But the Andaman Event is the catalyst for an epic disaster on an unimaginable scale. Poised to eradicate more than 8.2 million animal, marine, insect, and plant species, scientists predict it will surpass the Great Dying that occurred 252 million years ago between the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras when 83% of all genera was lost. It is the only known mass extinction of insects. The next one is in 2020. In this global natural disaster novel, Mother Nature is on the rampage and this time she intends to take it all the way. With the odds stacked against him, Mankind is about to face its greatest challenge ever. Survival.

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Principles of Receptor Research
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1 Blood-Brain Barrier: Techniques for the Intracerebral Administration of Drugs.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Characteristics of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.1. Specific Activity of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.2. Breakdown of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.3. The Brain-CSF Barrier.- 3. Bypassing the Blood-Brain Barrier: Principles.- 4. Pharmacological Approach to the Internal or External Surface of the Brain.- 4.1. Drugs Applied to the Surface of the Cortex.- 4.2. Administration of a Drug into the Cerebral Ventricles.- 4.3. Perfusion of Brain Surfaces.- 5. Drugs Administered to the Brain Parenchyma.- 5.1. Injection of Solution.- 5.2. Depositing a Chemical in Crystalline Form.- 5.3. Isolated Perfusion with Push-Pull Cannulae.- 6. Concluding Comment.- 7. References.- 2 Microiontophoretic Application of Drugs onto Single Neurons.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Basic Principles.- 2.1. Spontaneous Efflux of Active Material from Microelectrodes.- 2.2. Release of Ionized Substances During Passage of Iontophoretic Current.- 2.3. Electro-osmosis.- 2.4. Microinjection.- 3. Dispersal of Iontophoretically Applied Substances Within the Brain.- 3.1. Theoretical Curves Based on Models of Diffusion.- 3.2. Tissue Uptake Mechanisms and Drug Redistribution.- 4. Conclusions.- 5. References.- 3 Electrical Recording of Brain Activity: The EEG and Its Value in Assessing Drug Effects.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Selection of Animal Species.- 3. Acute Experiments.- 4. Chronic Implantation of Electrodes.- 5. Recording Procedures.- 5.1. Experiments in Animals with Chronic Implants.- 5.2. Human Studies.- 5.3. Derivations.- 5.4. Amplifiers.- 5.5. Paper Records.- 5.6. Magnetic Tape Recording.- 6. Methods of Analyzing and Quantifying the EEG.- 6.1. Hand Analysis.- 6.2. Integration.- 6.3. Frequency Analysis.- 6.4. Spectral Analysis.- 6.5. Correlation Procedures.- 7. Sensory Evoked Response Analysis.- 7.1. Visual Evoked Responses.- 7.2. Somatosensory Evoked Responses.- 7.3. Auditory Evoked Responses.- 8. Focal Electrical Stimulation.- 9. Electrogenesis of the EEG and Evoked Potentials.- 10. Assessment of Alertness, Sedation, and the Stages of Sleep.- 11. Study of Sleep Patterns.- 12. Abnormal EEG Records.- 12.1. Normal Rhythms Occurring Abnormally.- 12.2. Nonepileptic Abnormal Rhythms.- 12.3. Epileptic Features.- 13. Transmitters and EEG Changes.- 13.1. Acetylcholine.- 13.2. Catecholamines.- 13.3. 5-Hydroxytryptamine.- 13.4. ?-Aminobutyric Acid.- 14. Uses and Limitations of Macroelectrode Recordings.- 15. References.- 4 Neuropharmacological Responses from Nerve Cells in Tissue Culture.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Muscle.- 3. Continuous Cell Lines.- 4. Glia.- 5. Explants.- 6. Dissociated Primary Cell Cultures.- 7. Discussion.- 8. References.- 5 Biochemical Identification of Membrane Receptors: Principles and Techniques.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Properties of Receptor Interactions and Technical Considerations.- 2.1. Number and Affinity of Membrane Receptors.- 2.2. Preparation of Radioactive Ligand Derivatives.- 2.3. Rates of Association and Dissociation.- 2.4. Competitive Antagonists as Tools for Binding Studies.- 2.5. The Problem of Specific vs. Nonspecific Binding.- 2.6. Methods of Obtaining Binding Data.- 2.7. Measurements on Solubilized Receptors.- 2.8. Membrane Receptors and Proteolytic Agents.- 2.9. Comparative Studies of Ligand-Membrane Interactions.- 2.10. Other Methods for the Study of Ligand-Receptor Interactions.- 2.11. Mathematical Analysis of Binding Data.- 3. Examples of Studies on Hormone-Membrane Receptor Interactions.- 3.1. Insulin-Receptor Interaction in Fat and Liver Cells.- 3.2. Insulin Receptors in Human Lymphocytes and Fibroblasts.- 3.3. Insulin-like Activity and Binding of Plant Lectins.- 3.4. Glucagon Binding and Action in Liver Membranes.- 3.5. Epidermal Growth Factor Receptors in Human Fibroblasts.- 3.6. Catecholamine Binding and ?-Adrenergic Receptors.- 3.7. Macromolecular Hormone Derivatives and Plasma Membrane Receptors.- 4. Conclusions.- 5. References.- 6 Structure-Activity Relations for Neurotransmitter Receptor Agonists and Antagonists.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Norepinephrine.- 2.1. Peripheral Nervous System.- 2.2. Adrenergic Receptors in the CNS.- 2.3. Possible Modes of Action.- 2.4. Crystallographic, NMR, and Theoretical Studies of the Conformation of NE

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Data-Driven Design of Fault Diagnosis Systems
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In many industrial applications early detection and diagnosis of abnormal behavior of the plant is of great importance. During the last decades, the complexity of process plants has been drastically increased, which imposes great challenges in development of model-based monitoring approaches and it sometimes becomes unrealistic for modern large-scale processes. The main objective of Adel Haghani Abandan Sari is to study e¿cient fault diagnosis techniques for complex industrial systems using process historical data and considering the nonlinear behavior of the process. To this end, di¿erent methods are presented to solve the fault diagnosis problem based on the overall behavior of the process and its dynamics. Moreover, a novel technique is proposed for fault isolation and determination of the root-cause of the faults in the system, based on the fault impacts on the process measurements.

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Principles of Receptor Research
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1 Blood-Brain Barrier: Techniques for the Intracerebral Administration of Drugs.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Characteristics of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.1. Specific Activity of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.2. Breakdown of the Blood-Brain Barrier.- 2.3. The Brain-CSF Barrier.- 3. Bypassing the Blood-Brain Barrier: Principles.- 4. Pharmacological Approach to the Internal or External Surface of the Brain.- 4.1. Drugs Applied to the Surface of the Cortex.- 4.2. Administration of a Drug into the Cerebral Ventricles.- 4.3. Perfusion of Brain Surfaces.- 5. Drugs Administered to the Brain Parenchyma.- 5.1. Injection of Solution.- 5.2. Depositing a Chemical in Crystalline Form.- 5.3. Isolated Perfusion with Push-Pull Cannulae.- 6. Concluding Comment.- 7. References.- 2 Microiontophoretic Application of Drugs onto Single Neurons.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Basic Principles.- 2.1. Spontaneous Efflux of Active Material from Microelectrodes.- 2.2. Release of Ionized Substances During Passage of Iontophoretic Current.- 2.3. Electro-osmosis.- 2.4. Microinjection.- 3. Dispersal of Iontophoretically Applied Substances Within the Brain.- 3.1. Theoretical Curves Based on Models of Diffusion.- 3.2. Tissue Uptake Mechanisms and Drug Redistribution.- 4. Conclusions.- 5. References.- 3 Electrical Recording of Brain Activity: The EEG and Its Value in Assessing Drug Effects.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Selection of Animal Species.- 3. Acute Experiments.- 4. Chronic Implantation of Electrodes.- 5. Recording Procedures.- 5.1. Experiments in Animals with Chronic Implants.- 5.2. Human Studies.- 5.3. Derivations.- 5.4. Amplifiers.- 5.5. Paper Records.- 5.6. Magnetic Tape Recording.- 6. Methods of Analyzing and Quantifying the EEG.- 6.1. Hand Analysis.- 6.2. Integration.- 6.3. Frequency Analysis.- 6.4. Spectral Analysis.- 6.5. Correlation Procedures.- 7. Sensory Evoked Response Analysis.- 7.1. Visual Evoked Responses.- 7.2. Somatosensory Evoked Responses.- 7.3. Auditory Evoked Responses.- 8. Focal Electrical Stimulation.- 9. Electrogenesis of the EEG and Evoked Potentials.- 10. Assessment of Alertness, Sedation, and the Stages of Sleep.- 11. Study of Sleep Patterns.- 12. Abnormal EEG Records.- 12.1. Normal Rhythms Occurring Abnormally.- 12.2. Nonepileptic Abnormal Rhythms.- 12.3. Epileptic Features.- 13. Transmitters and EEG Changes.- 13.1. Acetylcholine.- 13.2. Catecholamines.- 13.3. 5-Hydroxytryptamine.- 13.4. ?-Aminobutyric Acid.- 14. Uses and Limitations of Macroelectrode Recordings.- 15. References.- 4 Neuropharmacological Responses from Nerve Cells in Tissue Culture.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Muscle.- 3. Continuous Cell Lines.- 4. Glia.- 5. Explants.- 6. Dissociated Primary Cell Cultures.- 7. Discussion.- 8. References.- 5 Biochemical Identification of Membrane Receptors: Principles and Techniques.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Properties of Receptor Interactions and Technical Considerations.- 2.1. Number and Affinity of Membrane Receptors.- 2.2. Preparation of Radioactive Ligand Derivatives.- 2.3. Rates of Association and Dissociation.- 2.4. Competitive Antagonists as Tools for Binding Studies.- 2.5. The Problem of Specific vs. Nonspecific Binding.- 2.6. Methods of Obtaining Binding Data.- 2.7. Measurements on Solubilized Receptors.- 2.8. Membrane Receptors and Proteolytic Agents.- 2.9. Comparative Studies of Ligand-Membrane Interactions.- 2.10. Other Methods for the Study of Ligand-Receptor Interactions.- 2.11. Mathematical Analysis of Binding Data.- 3. Examples of Studies on Hormone-Membrane Receptor Interactions.- 3.1. Insulin-Receptor Interaction in Fat and Liver Cells.- 3.2. Insulin Receptors in Human Lymphocytes and Fibroblasts.- 3.3. Insulin-like Activity and Binding of Plant Lectins.- 3.4. Glucagon Binding and Action in Liver Membranes.- 3.5. Epidermal Growth Factor Receptors in Human Fibroblasts.- 3.6. Catecholamine Binding and ?-Adrenergic Receptors.- 3.7. Macromolecular Hormone Derivatives and Plasma Membrane Receptors.- 4. Conclusions.- 5. References.- 6 Structure-Activity Relations for Neurotransmitter Receptor Agonists and Antagonists.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Norepinephrine.- 2.1. Peripheral Nervous System.- 2.2. Adrenergic Receptors in the CNS.- 2.3. Possible Modes of Action.- 2.4. Crystallographic, NMR, and Theoretical Studies of the Conformation of NE

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Tumble
32,99 € *
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An unprecedented seismic event 249 km west of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands jostle the Indian, Australian, and Eurasian plate boundaries together, prompting thousands of earthquakes to ripple out across the globe. The abnormal upheaval triggers a massive underwater landslide that permanently transforms the geography in the Bay of Bengal. But the Andaman Event is the catalyst for an epic disaster on an unimaginable scale. Poised to eradicate more than 8.2 million animal, marine, insect, and plant species, scientists predict it will surpass the Great Dying that occurred 252 million years ago between the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras when 83% of all genera was lost. It is the only known mass extinction of insects. The next one is in 2020. In this global natural disaster novel, Mother Nature is on the rampage and this time she intends to take it all the way. With the odds stacked against him, Mankind is about to face its greatest challenge ever. Survival.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Grid Code Testing By Voltage Source Converter
43,99 € *
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The wind power penetration is increasing tremendously.To integrate this huge amount of energy contribution from wind firms into our current electrical system is a big challenge for both power system planners and operators because of different behavior of wind power plants than the conventional power plants. It is required from the wind power plants that it should contribute in grid support such as frequency, voltage and reactive power control and it should behave as a conventional power plant during normal and abnormal conditions. For this reason transmission system operator's (TSO) of different countries have issued grid codes for wind power plants to operate them in conventional way. This project explains a way to test wind turbines grid code requirements to act like a conventional power plant.The entire project is simulated in PSCAD/EMTDC.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 10.12.2019
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