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Collapse Risk of Steel Special Moment Frames per FEMA P695

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Matthew S. Speicher, Jazalyn D. Dukes, Kevin K. Wong
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) performance-based seismic design standard, ASCE 41, contains methodologies used by practicing engineers to assess

Insights into the Water Transport Mechanism in Polymeric Membranes from Neutron Scattering

Author(s)
Edwin P. Chan, Bradley R. Frieberg, Jacob Daniel Tarver, Madhusudan Tyagi, WenXu Zhnag, Bryan Coughlin, Christopher M. Stafford, Abhishek Roy, Steve Rosenberg, Christopher L. Soles
Polymeric membranes are ubiquitous in a number of transport ap- plications including gas separation, water desalination, solid state batteries and fuel cells

Case Studies in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management: Mayo Clinic

Author(s)
Jon M. Boyens, Celia Paulsen, Nadya Bartol, Kris Winkler, James Gimbi
The Case Studies in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management series engaged with several companies that are leaders in managing cyber supply chain risk. These case

Electron Induced Massive Dynamics of Magnetic Domain Walls

Author(s)
Hilary M. Hurst, Victor Galitski, Tero T. Heikkila
We study the dynamics of domain walls (DWs) in a metallic, ferromagnetic nanowire. We develop a Keldysh collective coordinate technique to describe the effect

BELLEVUE SMART – DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION OF A SMART CITY PORTAL

Author(s)
Cuong T. Nguyen, Chelo Picardal, Andrew Lee, Brian Pugliese, Raja Kadiyala, Ken Thompson, Sokwoo Rhee
This paper describes efforts by the City of Bellevue, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), CH2M, and Quantela, Inc.—the Bellevue Smart Team

Magnon Profile on SrRuO3 Films Studied by Inelastic Neutron Scattering

Author(s)
G. D. Dwivedi, C.-M. Wu, Bo-Yu Chen, S. T. Lin, W.-Z. Qiu, S. J. Sun, Guangyong Xu, Jeffrey W. Lynn, J. W. Chiou, C.-H. Lee, W.-H. Li, S. Yano, H. Chou
In this study, the inelastic neutron scattering (INS) probe of SIKA in ANSTO is employed to investigate the magnon dispersion curve in ferromagnetic SrRuO3
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