Conductivity Monitoring Books

  • Advances in State of the Art of Fire Testing

    Eleven peer-reviewed papers highlight the latest research and modifications for conducting standardized fire testing. It provides an understanding and appreciation for the results of standard fire tests and properly addresses the hazards associated with future technological advances.By standardizing the testing, the performance of different ...

  • International Consumer Product Testing Across Cultures and Countries

    Divided into two distinct sections, this new online product discusses1. General Principles of issues involved in the planning, design, and execution of international consumer product tests across cultures and countries (cross-cultural consumer research tests), and the data analysis and interpretation of the results. This document addresses the ...

  • First Aid

    Hands-on information. Includes how to conduct a primary survey for life-threatening injuries. Plus, symptoms and care for 35 different emergencies, and more. (44 ...

  • Cold Starting and Pumpability Studies in Modern Engines

    By the early 1990s, published independent studies suggested that the safety margin between cold starting (cranking) and pumpability might not be valid for modern engines. Five changes in engines and lubricants which may have been lowering the starting temperatures of these engines were cited: low-friction engine designs, fuel injection systems, ...

  • Hydraulic Conductivity and Waste Contaminant Transport in Soil

    Interest in hydraulic conductivity of soils and waste contaminant transport has increased substantially in recent years, largely due to environmental concerns. Assessments of potential contamination at a site are possible only if accurate information is available concerning the hydraulic conductivity of subsoils. STP 1142 provides this ...

  • Symposium on Fire Test Methods

    This volume contains four papers related to procedures for conducting fire tests of material used in building construction; a comprehensive survey of testing ...

  • Introduction to Variance Estimation

    We live in the information age. Statistical surveys are used every day to determine or evaluate public policy and to make important business decisions. Correct methods for computing the precision of the survey data and for making inferences to the target population are absolutely essential to sound decision making. Now in its second edition, ...

  • European Metropolitan Housing Markets

    This book provides a comprehensive analysis of housing theory and policy with a focus on metropolitan regions. The results are based on case studies of twelve European metropolitan regions, including expert panels organized in each. Using an approach from the field of industrial economics, the analysis is divided into the three related stages ...

  • Dynamo and Dynamics, a Mathematical Challenge

    The dynamo effect has been one of the most challenging in modern physics. It has also been one of the most important, since it is believed that the Earth's magnetic field, that of the Sun and astrophysical magnetic fields in general are produced by dynamos resulting from the motion of electrically conducting fluids. Although predicted by ...

  • Dynamo and Dynamics, a Mathematical Challenge

    The dynamo effect has been one of the most challenging in modern physics. It has also been one of the most important, since it is believed that the Earth's magnetic field, that of the Sun and astrophysical magnetic fields in general are produced by dynamos resulting from the motion of electrically conducting fluids. Although predicted by ...

  • Models and Methods of Magnetotellurics

    Magnetotellurics is finding increasing applications for imaging electrically conductive structures below the Earth's surface - in both industrial and academic research projects. In Models and Methods of Magnetotellurics the authors provide a systematic approach to understanding the modern theory of ill-posed problems which is essential to making ...

  • Handbook of Performability Engineering

    The performance of a product, a system or a service is usually judged in terms of dependability (which can be defined as an aggregate of quality, reliability, and maintainability etc.) and safety, not overlooking the cost of achieving these attributes. As of now, dependability and cost effectiveness are primarily seen as instruments for conducting ...

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