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  • other research product . 1985
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Robertson, Heather;
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    With fluctuations in energy price and the uncertainty of energy supply, particularly in the past decade, it has become increasingly important to forecast energy requirements. It is useful to know the response of energy demand to changes in both energy price and supply....

  • other research product . 1974
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    Authors:
    Suckling, Philip;
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    The radiation balance of a dwarf apple orchard was evaluated. Results compared favourably with those for a single apple tree in an earlier investigation. Reflection, heating and longwave exchange coefficients were analysed. Transmitted global radiation was measured w...

  • other research product . 2016
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    Authors:
    McMaster Health Forum;
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    Two-page overview of what was learned from a stakeholder dialogue on the topic of addressing health-system sustainability in Ontario. Ontario Medical Association

  • other research product . 2016
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Waddell, Kerry; Moat, Kaelan A.; Lavis, John N.;
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    A summary of what was learned from a stakeholder dialogue that addressed problems related to health-system sustainability in Ontario, options for addressing these problems, key implementation considerations, and next steps for addressing health-system sustainability in ...

  • other research product . 1963
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Das Gupta, Subal;
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    An investigation is carried out to determine whether or not on the basis of theory one expects axial asymmetry in heavy nuclei. The average one-body potential well is taken as an anisotropic harmonic oscillator, modified by the usual ℓ ∙ s and ℓ² forces. The method of m...

  • other research product . 1980
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Presley, James;
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    The unique features of the Interrupted Thorium Cycle owing to Pa-233 have been examined including possible implications for practical implementation of the cycle. Generalized trajectories for the fuel inventories of fusion-fission symbionts are derived through a compre...

  • other research product . 1982
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    Authors:
    Karapetsas, Spyridon;
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    The interaction mechanisms of an ion beam with a solid target are identified. Basic parameters associated with ion scattering, charge neutralization, inelastic energy losses and secondary ion production are described. Low energy (1-20 kev) experimental studies on these...

  • other research product . 2006
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Afzaal, Umar;
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    In North America, heat treating adds about $15 billion per year in value to metal goods by imparting specific properties that are required if parts are to function successfully. Heat treating is an energy-intensive industry, requiring about 500 trillion BTUs (~ 0.5 tri...

  • other research product . 1984
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    Authors:
    Raphael, Marilyn;
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    Monthly median and annual mean values of optical depth and the ratio of diffuse to direct solar radiation for 1981-1983 were calculated using integrated values of global and diffuse radiation and calculations of precipitable water, under cloudless conditions. Results i...

  • other research product . Other ORP type . 2011
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    Authors:
    Barkley, Solomon; Costa, Kriston; Kramer, Emily; Pantaleo, Adam; Rosati, Dora; Bagg, Julianne; Gupta, Prateek; Simmonds, Joshua; Yee, Yohan; Koykka, Cody; ...
    Publisher: Integrated Science Program

    This Publication is written by members of the ISCI 3A12 class of 2011 Working in small groups, students in ISCI 3A12 examined the science behind wine making, from the art of viticulture to its eventual consumption by the public. Students performed literature-based revie...

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