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    Effects of desiccation on Euterpe edulis Martius seeds

    VÍCTOR PANZA1,2, VERÓNICA LÁINEZ2 , SARA MALDONADO1,2, HORACIO L. MARODER3

    BIOCELL, Vol.31, No.3, pp. 383-390, 2007, DOI:10.32604/biocell.2007.31.383

    Abstract Information on desiccation sensitivity of Euterpe edulis seeds under two drying rates is presented. The sensitivity was studied during the course of germination and normal germination. The water content was evaluated for both seeds and embryos. Results showed the following: (a) For both drying treatments and for both germination and normal germination, desiccation sensitivity values were higher for measurements based on the water content of the embryo than for those of the seed. (b) For both drying treatments, desiccation sensitivity were higher for normal germination than for germination based on both the embryo and seed water… More >

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    Effect of Soluble Components From Plant Aggregates on the Setting of the Lime-Based Binder

    Lepeng Wang1, Hélène Lenormand1,*, Hafida Zmamou1, Nathalie Leblanc1

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.7, No.9, pp. 903-913, 2019, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2019.06788

    Abstract Plant aggregate-based building materials are a viable solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and providing good thermal and acoustic performances. In this study, the investigated lightweight mortars require a hydraulic reaction. Laboratory and on-site empirical observations about plant aggregate-based materials indicate a delay in setting time and a decrease in the mechanical performances of concretes based on plant aggregates. The natural origin of plant-aggregates causes a lot of variability in their properties. Related studies have shown that the incompatibility between plant aggregates and cement is mainly caused by the dissolved and decomposed components of plant… More >

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    A Study on the Stability of the Borehole in Shale, in Extended-reach Drilling

    Baohua Yu1, Chuanliang Yan1, Deli Gao1,2, Jinxiang Li3

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.89, No.1, pp. 57-78, 2012, DOI:10.3970/cmes.2012.089.057

    Abstract Shale is easy to hydrate and often causes a collapse of the borehole during drilling, especially in drilling extended-reach wells (ERW). In order to solve the problem of collapse of the shale, the changinges in the mechanical properties of shale, as affected by hydration and water absorption, are studied in this paper, through experiments. The relationships between the mechanical properties of shale and the water content are established. The borehole-stability models, which couple chemistry and mechanics are established, by considering the anisotropy of swelling, based on the experimental results. The stability of shale in the… More >

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    Shell-specific Interpolation of Measured 3D Displacements, for Micromechanics-Based Rapid Safety Assessment of Shotcrete Tunnels

    S. Ullah1, B. Pichler1, S. Scheiner1,2, C. Hellmich1,3

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.57, No.3, pp. 279-316, 2010, DOI:10.3970/cmes.2010.057.279

    Abstract Point-wise optical measurements of 3D displacement vectors over time are a key input for monitoring shotcrete tunnel shells during construction according to the New Austrian Tunnelling Method (NATM). Aiming at estimation of the stresses prevailing in the highly loaded, hydrating material, we here deal with two different interpolation strategies for reconstructing, from measured displacement vectors, the 3D displacement field histories of the inner surface of the tunnel shell. The first approach considers spatial interpolation of displacement components in a fixed Cartesian base frame, while the second (new) approach refers to displacement components in a moving… More >

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