Benchmarking, Planning, and Promoting Transit- Oriented Intensification in Rapid Transit Station Areas: Project Key Indicators
As population and employment in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) region increase, there is a need to continue investing in rapid transit infrastructure to connect people and jobs, reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions from ...
Factors influencing the Nucleation and Morphology of Crystallographic Type Etch Pits in Pure Iron.
<p> Etch pits can be produced in iron whose shape reflects the crystallography of the crystal. It is shown that pit morphology can be adequately predicted from an orientation dependent dissolution theory. The influence of...
Chemical Analysis of the Murray Granite and Associated Dikes, Sudbury, Ontario
<p> Samples from two granitic offshoot dikes from the Murray granite, and from the Murray granite itself were analysed for eight major elements using X-Ray Fluorescence, to determine whether or not the dikes represented r...
<p> A study is made of the effects of pairing of defects on the dynamics of impure lattices, with the prospect of calculating the properties of crystals with a reasonably high concentration of impurities. A harmonic&...
Biological Fluidized Bed Denitrification of Wastewater
<p> A half-order kinetic model (8-48 mg NO3+NO2-N/l), coupled with a temperature dependency described by the Arrhenius relationship (4°-27° C), adequately described biological denitrification of municipal wastewater in a pilot scale...
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