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R. D. Sachs,. D. Elkins, and. H. Smith, Mater. Eval 30, 121, 135 (June 1972).  [c.133]

U.S. Pat. 4,480,127 (Oct. 30, 1984), M. Becker andH. M. Sachs (to Halcon SD Group, Inc.).  [c.245]

P. A. Sachs, A. M. Patterson, and M. H. M. Turner, Expert Systems 3(1) (1986).  [c.541]

Ehrlich. P., Sachs, F Chem. Bor 1899 32 2341  [c.103]

Gotz, W., Sachs, A., Wimmer, H. Dunnschicht-Chromatographie. G. Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart-New York 1978.  [c.116]

Sachs. Ges. Wiss., 1895, 22, 203 1896, 24, 23 Arch. Pharm., 1897, 235, 660. (17) Bcr.,  [c.393]

Sachs, R. G. 1944. The dependence of blast on ambient pressure and temperature. BRL Report no. 466, Aberdeen Proving Ground. Maryland.  [c.67]

Figure 4.24 represents the blast characteristics of a hemispherical fuel-air charge of radius Rq on the earth s surface, derived for a fuel-air mixture with a heat of combustion of 3.5 x 10 J/m. The charts represent only the most significant blast-wave parameters side-on peak overpressure (APJ and the positive-phase blast-wave duration (/ ) as a function of distance from the blast center (R). The data are fully nondimensionalized, with charge combustion energy ( ) and parameters characterizing the state of the ambient atmosphere pressure (Pq) and speed of sound (cq). This way of scaling (Sachs scaling) takes into account the influence of atmospheric conditions. Moreover, Sachs scaling allows the blast parameters to be read in any consistent set of units.  [c.129]

Once the energy quantities E and the initial blast strengths of the individual equivalent fuel-air charges are estimated, the Sachs-scaled blast side-on overpressure and positive-phase duration at some distance R from a blast source can be read from the blast charts in Figure 4.24 after calculation of the Sachs-scaled distance  [c.132]

The real blast side-on overpressure and positive-phase duration can be calculated from the Sachs-scaled quantities  [c.132]

Sachs-scaled side-on blast overpressure (-) ambient pressure (Pa)  [c.133]

Sachs-scaled positive-phase duration (-)  [c.133]

Once the energy quantities E and the initial blast strengths of the individual equivalent fuel-air charges are estimated, the Sachs-scaled blast side-on overpressure and  [c.253]

R = Sachs-scaled distance from charge center (-)  [c.254]

Figure 7.2a. Sachs-scaled side-on peak overpressure of blast from a hemispherical fuel-air charge. Figure 7.2a. Sachs-scaled side-on peak overpressure of blast from a hemispherical fuel-air charge.
Figure 7.2b. Sachs-scaled positive-phase duration of blast from a hemispherical fuel-air charge. Figure 7.2b. Sachs-scaled positive-phase duration of blast from a hemispherical fuel-air charge.
The real blast side-on overpressure and positive-phase duration can be calculated from the Sachs-scaled quantities  [c.255]

Sachs-scaled side-on blast overpressure (-)  [c.255]

Sachs-scaled positive-phase duration (-)  [c.255]

The pressure external expansion relationship for a thick-walled cylinder and the subsequent distribution of the residual stresses when the autofrettage pressure is removed may be calculated from material properties obtained from torsion tests on a small number of thin tubes (23). Using this procedure, the residual stresses in cylinders made of EN25 induced by autofrettage have been calculated and compared with those measured experimentally, using the Sachs boring-out technique, and with those calculated on the assumption that the cylinders unloaded elastically. It was found that with cylinders having a diameter ratio of about 2.4, autofrettaged to take the plastic—elastic boundary to the geometric mean radius, the residual stress at the bore of the cylinder was only about 65% of that expected had the release been elastic.  [c.82]

Quenched and tempered low alloy steels, often used for vessels, have a low strain hardening coefficient and a significant Bauschinger effect. Although other methods have been proposed to allow for the Bauschinger effect (24—27), when calculating the reyield pressure and the residual stresses in autofrettaged plain cylinders, none has yet achieved widespread acceptance. In addition to the Sachs boring-out technique, a number of other experimental methods, some nondestmctive, are available for determining residual stress distributions (25).  [c.82]

H. Sachs, in Handbook ofNeurochemisty, Vol 4, Plenum Press, New York, 1977, pp. 373—428.  [c.193]

Liquid crystal accumulations have been noted ia pathological Hpid and cholesterol deposits ia some rare metaboHc diseases, eg, cholesterol ester storage disease, Tangiers, Farbers, Neimaim-Pick, Gauchers, Krabbes, Fabrys, and Tay Sachs diseases, and ia gallstone formation (42).  [c.203]

Nicotinic Acid and Nicotinamide" in ECT 1st ed., VoL 9, pp. 305—313, by A. P. Sachs and J. F. Couch, U.S. Dept, of Agriculture "Nicotinic Acid" under "Vitamins" in ECT 2nd ed., Vol. 21, pp. 509—542, by C. del Rno-Estrada, Universidad Nacional de Mexico, and H. W. Dougherty, Merck Sharp Dohme "Nicotinamide and Nicotinic Acid" under "Vitamins" in ECT 3rd ed., VoL 24, pp. 59—93, by H. Offermanns and co-workers, Degussa Co.  [c.54]

EHRLICH - SACHS Aldehyde Synthesis Formation of o-nitrobenzaldehydes from o-nitrotoluenea.  [c.103]

It is a reflection on present-day priorities in industry that the research laboratory of a great company, Metallgesellschaft in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, where Hansen began work on his epoch-making book, was closed down a few years ago to save money. This laboratory was initially directed, from 1918 onwards, by Jan Czochralski, the Pole whom we met in Section 4.2.1 and who gave his name to the present-day process for growing silicon crystals, and subsequently by Georg Sachs and, after he had been driven from Germany by the Nazis in 1935, by Erich Schmid, all highly distinguished figures. The manifold achievements of the laboratory are described in a book issued on the occasion of the company s centenary, when the laboratory was still going strong (Wassermann and Wincierz 1981).  [c.497]

Young), ibid., 1938, 63, 40 (with Sachs), ibid., 1942, 75, 105 Tournade, Chardon and Calleja, Compi. rend. Soc. Biol., 1942, 136, 144 Raymond-B met, ibid., 1942, 136, 170 1044, 138, 743 Hazard el al., ibid., 1947, 141, 128. (60) J. Phetrm. exp.  [c.516]

Wiekema (1980) used, as a model for vapor cloud explosion blast, the gas dynamics induced by a spherical expanding piston (Yellow Book 1979). A piston-blast model offers the possibility to introduce a variable initial strength of the blast. The piston blast was generated by computation, and is graphically represented in Figure 4.22. The figure shows the peak side-on overpressure and the positive-phase duration of the blast wave dependent on the distance from the blast center for three arbitrarily chosen piston velocities. The graph is completed with experimental data from detonation of fuel-air mixtures developed by Kogarko (1966). Data are reproduced in a Sachs-scaled representation.  [c.126]


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