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• #### A study of the secondary particles of cosmic-ray penetrating showers at 3250 meters ﻿

(1953)
Abstract Not Available.

(1972)

(1957)
• #### A study of the strength characteristics of mortar filled steel tubes - long series ﻿

(1960)
The purpose of this study was to examine the strength characteristics of mortar filled steel tubes undergoing axial compressive loading and combined axial compressive and beam loading. The experimental work was restricted ...

(1971)
• #### A study of the stud-welded vibrating wire strain gage ﻿

(1962)
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the variables which affect the stability of a stud-welded vibrating wire strain gage. The lack of previously published information and the nature of the instrument required ...
• #### A study of the sulfuric acid catalyzed reaction between phenol and isobutylene ﻿

(1964)
The sulfuric acid catalyzed reaction between isobutylene and phenol vas carried out in a continuous stirred tank reactor at atmospheric pressure. The sulfuric acid to phenol mole ratio in the 14quid feed rate was 0.0206 ...
• #### A study of the suspended load of the Trinity River, Texas ﻿

(1966)
The Trinity River drains approximately 17,500 square miles of north-central and eastern Texas. Its average annual discharge is 5,166,000 acre-feet and in water year 1965 it carried 5,308,000 acre-feet of water. The river's ...

(1955)
• #### A study of the urban heat island of Houston, Texas ﻿

(2003)
The magnitude, spatial extent, growth, and seasonal and diurnal behaviors of the urban heat island of Houston, Texas are characterized using both in situ air temperature and remotely sensed surface temperature data. Between ...

(1958)

(1969)
• #### A study of three numerical methods for the analysis of circular plates symmetrically bent ﻿

(1965)
This dissertation contains a study of three numerical methods for the solution of radially symmetric plate bending problems. Two of the methods consist of numerical integration procedures applied to the well-known governing, ...
• #### A study of tibial vibrations during the tibial resection procedure of total knee arthroplasty ﻿

(1996)
Vibrations of the tibia induced during the tibial resection procedure of Total Knee Arthroplasty are studied. Experimental modal analysis, performed on cadaver specimens, shows that natural frequencies of the in-situ tibia ...
• #### A study of ultimate design as applied to rigid frames ﻿

(1952)
The methods of analyzing rigid frames in present use are known to have many undesirable characteristics which are either directly or indirectly the result of limiting stress and strain to values below the proportional ...
• #### A study of ultra-low energy electron - hydrogen fluoride scattering using high-n Rydberg atoms: Possible role of dipole-supported states ﻿

(1996)
A detailed experimental and theoretical study of the interaction of very-low-energy electrons with the polar target HF is presented. This interaction is investigated experimentally by measuring rate constants for ionization ...
• #### A study of ultra-low-energy electron-molecule collisions using very-high-n Rydberg atoms ﻿

(1993)
In the present work very-high-n Rydberg-atoms $(n \sim 100 - n \sim 400)$ are used to probe electron-molecule collisions at ultra-low electron energies. Based on the essentially-free-electron model, for sufficiently high ...
• #### A study of university timetabling that blends graph coloring with the satisfaction of various essential and preferential conditions ﻿

(2004)
Constructing a satisfactory conflict-free semester-long timetable of courses and creating a similarly satisfactory conflict-free timetable for end-of-semester final examinations are two closely related and often difficult ...
• #### A study of Uranian magnetospheric convection ﻿

(1990)
In order to understand and explain the low-energy plasma structures observed by the PLS experiment on Voyager 2 in the Uranian inner magnetosphere, an analytic and self-consistent model of a time-dependent solar-wind driven ...
• #### A study of viscous effects in seismic modeling, imaging, and inversion: Methodology, computational aspects, and sensitivity ﻿

(1996)
Real Earth media are anelastic, which affects both the kinematics and dynamics of propagating waves: Waves are attenuated and dispersed. If anelastic effects are neglected, inversion and migration can yield erroneous ...