Estimation Methods for Determining Failure Rates of Component Families from Observed Failure Rates of Units and Yields of Component Families from Observed Yields of Units
<p> In the field of communications electronic plug-in units operating together form a system. In the event of failure a plug-in unit can easily be replaced by another. Each unit consists of electronic components soldered&...
Regional Manufacturing Employment: The Soap and Detergent Sub-Industry In Ontario, 1962-1984
<p> This thesis examines the influence of size and
ownership of plants on the employment characteristics and
locational behaviour of plants. The variables utilized
to attain this objective were: foreign and Canadian-ow...
Direct Variational Method of Analysis for Elliptic Paraboloidal Shells of Translation
<p> The Rayleigh-Ritz method of Trial Function has been adopted to solve problems of translational shells under uniform external pressure. The basic energetical expressions have been written in terms of direct tensor notation. ...
The (p,t) Reaction to Positive Parity States in 165Er
<p> Positive parity states in 165Er have been studied
using the 167Er (p,t) 165Er reaction. The outgoing
tritons were analyzed with a magnetic spectrograph at
13 angles between 6° and 70°. Two 7/2+ state...
Water Resources Development for High Arctic Communities
<p> This research indicates that present methods of water supply and sewerage for high arctic communities are inadequate from the point of view of health, aesthetics and economics. This thesis examines these present methods...
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