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H. E. Ranee, Handbook of Paper Science, Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1980.  [c.14]

N.. Skelton, D. H. Williams, M.. Ranee, and. C. Ruddock, / Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 1 77 (1990).  [c.539]

In Europe, the first internal cathodic protection installation was put into operation in 1965 for 24 water-powered Kaplan turbines with a propeller diameter of 7.6 m. These were in the tidal power station at La Ranee in France. The protected object consisted of plain carbon and high-alloy stainless steels. Each turbine was  [c.469]

Downstream Relating to a position after a filter has treated a gas, or some dis ranee away from a measuring device.  [c.1430]

Ring-opening of oxiranes witli organocopper reagents is a well known process in organocopper chemistry, usually proceeding witli high selectivity. For vinyl oxi-ranes, hotli S 2 and S 2 reaction types ate possible and tlie selectivity can he controlled. Optically active allylic alcohol products can he obtained when starting ftom  [c.283]

Japan Hungary F ranee U.S.  [c.1410]

Although the technology required to harness tidal energy is well established, because tidal power is expensive there is only one major tidal generating station in operation in the world today. This is a 240-megawatt power plant at the mouth of the La Ranee River estuary on the northern coast of France, generating power roughly equal to the annual consumption of the nearby town of Rennes, which has a population of 200,000.  [c.893]

Based on data provided by members of the l.S.M.R.C. corrosion and Electrodeposition Committee and others, and arranged by Mrs. V. E. Ranee.  [c.218]

Evans, U. R. and Ranee, V. E., Corrosion and Its Prevention at Bimetallic Contacts, H.M.S.O., London (1958)  [c.241]

Ranee, V. E. and Evans, U. R., Corrosion and Us Prevention al Bimetallic Contacts, H.M.S.O., London (1956).  [c.717]

Evans, U. R. and Ranee, V. E., Corrosion and its Prevention al Bimetallic Contacts, H.M.S.O., London (1958)  [c.463]

Evans, U. R. and Ranee, V. E., Corrosion and its Prevention at Bimetallic Contacts, H.M.S.O., London (1958)  [c.486]

Ranee, Vera E. and Cole, H. G., Corrosion of Metals by Vapours from Organic Materials, London, H.M.S.O. (1958)  [c.732]

Ranee, V. E. and Cole, H. G., Corrosion of Metals by Vapours from Organic Materials, H.M.S.O. London (1958)  [c.775]

Ranee, V. E. and Cole, H. G., Corrosion of Metals by Vapours from Organic Materials, H.M.S.O., London (1958)  [c.956]

Ranee, V. E. and Cole, H. G., Corrosion of Metals by Vapours from Organic Materials, H.M.S.O., London (1958) and DG-3A, Defence Guide for the Prevention of Corrosion of Cadmium and Zinc Coatings by Vapours from Organic Materials, H.M.S.O., London (1966)  [c.973]

Tanner, R.I. 2000. Engineering Rheology, 2nd edti, Oxford University Press, Oxford. Taylor, C., Ranee, J. and Medwell, J. O., 1985. A note on the imposition of traction boundary conditions when using FEM for solving incompressible flow problems. Comnmn. Appl. Numer. Methods 1, 113-121.  [c.110]

Hazzon, M. J. and E. A. Warman, 1986, A Rational Approach to Emergency Planning AMS 1 ranee, November.  [c.480]

The technologies that enabled waterpower to remain important in the twentieth century—turbines, high voltage ac, and large dams— were also applied to harness the tides. In a few select estuaries where tidal variations were significant and construction conditions appropriate, large dams with embedded turbine-generators impounded high tides and used the outflow during low tides to generate electricity. The largest of these was placed in operation in 1966 on the Ranee River on the coast of Brittany in France, where an average tidal range of around 28 feet was available. At Ranee, a 0.4 mile long dam equipped with twenty-four turbines, generates around 320 MW of electric power. The high capital cost of tidal plants, the very limited number of sites with sufficient tidal variation and suitable construction conditions, and eiwironmcntal concerns sharply limit the use of this form of kinetic energy. Thus, tides do not produce a significant portion of the world s energy (much less than 1%).  [c.699]

The Barrage de la Ranee was the iirst hydroelectric power plant to generate energy using tidal power. (Corbis-Eettmann)  [c.894]

In operation since 1967, the La Ranee generating station has been a vei"y reliable source of electricity, producing electricity at a cost of 3.7 cents per kilowatt hour. Initially, La Ranee was designed to be the first of many tidal power plants in France, but the country s nuclear program was greatly expanded in the late 1960s, thereby prohibiting the development of multiple tidal power plants. Elsewhere there is a 20-megawatt experimental facility at Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia, and a 400-kilowatt tidal power plant near Murmansk in Russia.  [c.894]

Galvanic corrosion rates can, of course, be reliably obtained by direct measurement using zero-resistance ammetry or weight-loss determinations (see below) or can be estimated in various electrolytes if the corrosion potentials of the dissimilar metals and the slopes of the appropriate anodic and cathodic polarisation curves are known " . Unfortunately, the slopes of the anodic and cathodic polarisation curves are strongly dependent on the particular metal and on the composition of the electrolyte. Non-stable oxide or reaction-product films, which may either thin or thicken during galvanic corrosion, also impose variable resistive effects which make the practical prediction of galvanic corrosion rates uncertain. Accordingly, it is hardly surprising that a combination of practical experience and less frequent quantitative investigation often dictates the choice of compatible metals in different environments. Promisel and Mustin (Table 1.24 ) and Evans and Ranee (Table 1.25 ) have published reliable classifications of compatible and incompatible metals. The type of information in Table 1.25 has now  [c.217]

Thorpe, T. W., Ranee, A., Silvester, D. R. V., Scott, P. M. and Morgan, H. G., The effect of North Sea service conditions on fatigue crack growth in structural steel . Fatigue in offshore structural steels, Thomas Telford Ltd., London, pp. 35-46 (1981)  [c.1325]


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