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See detailTwo-Stage Process - a More Flexible Power Production of Biogas
Sobon-Muehlenbrock, Elena UL; Benito Martin, Patricia Cristina UL; Greger, Manfred UL et al

in Revue Technique Luxembourgeoise (2018), 3

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See detailBasic mechanical behaviours and deterioration mechanism of RC beams under chloride-sulphate environment
Wang, J.H; Cai, Gaochuang UL; Wu, Q.

in Construction and Building Materials (2018)

This paper investigates the basic mechanical behaviour of reinforced concrete (RC) beams using chloride corrosion-damaged steel reinforcements and subjected to sulphate ions environment. To this end, ten ... [more ▼]

This paper investigates the basic mechanical behaviour of reinforced concrete (RC) beams using chloride corrosion-damaged steel reinforcements and subjected to sulphate ions environment. To this end, ten RC beams were studied which contained 5% sodium chloride and implemented by a series of drying-immersion cycling (15% sodium sulphate immersion solution). Test results indicated that the flexural capacity, ductility, and stiffness of the beams were improved at early stage of the corrosion. This was attributed to the fact that concrete strength and steel-concrete interfacial bond were enhanced. The former is for the filling effects of micro-expansive Ettringite and gypsum sulphate, while the latter is due to the slight surface corrosion pits of steel bars at the stage. However, the mechanical properties of the beams decreased subsequently for the deteriorations in the concrete strength due to excessive expansion of Ettringite and gypsum sulphate, and the degradation of self-property of reinforcement and its interface bond with the concrete. Based on the study, the deterioration mechanism of RC beams under chloride-sulphate environment was discussed and its main determining factors at different stages were analysed. [less ▲]

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See detailAMBIVALENCE TOWARD PARENTS DURING THE PROCESS OF INDIVIDUATION: Being Caught Between Autonomy and Relatedness?
Albert, Isabelle UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

in Albert, Isabelle; Abbey, Emily; Valsiner, Jaan (Eds.) Trans-generational family relations: investigating ambivalences (2018)

The concept of ambivalence has gained considerable research interest in the last years in the study of intergenerational relationships. Lüscher and colleagues (2010) define the experience of ambivalence ... [more ▼]

The concept of ambivalence has gained considerable research interest in the last years in the study of intergenerational relationships. Lüscher and colleagues (2010) define the experience of ambivalence as an oscillation between (temporarily or permanently) irreconcilable, contradictory emotions, thoughts, wishes, and behavioral tendencies that individuals may experience in identity- and agency-relevant social relationships. Such dynamics can include simultaneous conflicting tendencies of “autonomy and dependence,” “freedom and control,” or “closeness and distance” (Lüscher & Hoff, 2013). Because intergenerational family relations are in general relatively close over the whole lifespan and not easily dissolvable, they are—according to these authors—particularly predisposed to experiences of ambivalence. In the present chapter, we concentrate on the link between perceived parental behavior and the experience of ambivalence toward parents in adolescence and emerging adulthood. [less ▲]

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See detailMigrations- und fluchtspezifische berufsbezogene Potenziale identifizieren: Theoretische und praktische Erkenntnisse
Schlachzig, Laura; Koch, Alexandra; Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

in Brohm-Badry, Michaela; Peifer, Corinna; Grewe, Julian (Eds.) et al Wie Menschen wachsen: Positiv-psychologische Entwicklung von Individuum, Organisation und Gesellschaft (2018)

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See detailDer "March for Science" in Deutschland und die Werte der Wissenschaft
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

Diverse speeches and writings (2018)

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See detailAsymptotic behaviour of large Gaussian correlated Wishart matrices
Nourdin, Ivan UL; Zheng, Guangqu UL

E-print/Working paper (2018)

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See detailDas Mosaik des Schreibens: Migrationserfahrungen in ausgewählten Werken des Schriftstellers Michael Stavaric (Carina Ulbrich)
Tropper, Elisabeth UL

in Germanistik: Internationales Referatenorgan mit bibliographischen Hinweisen (2018), 59(1-2), 466

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See detailPositiv desintegriert: Krise als Chance
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

E-print/Working paper (2018)

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See detailLegal Reasoning and Big Data: Opportunities and Challenges
Antoniou, Grigoris; Baryannis, George; Batsakis, Sotiris et al

in Legal Reasoning and Big Data: Opportunities and Challenges (2018)

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See detailMissverstandenes Talent
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

Article for general public (2018)

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See detailWie man Schiffbrüche beobachtet: Blumenberg – Legendre.
Mein, Georg UL

in Brittnacher, Harald; Küpper, Achim (Eds.) Seenöte, Schiffbrüche, feindliche Wasserwelten: Maritime Schreibweisen der Gefährdung und des Untergangs (2018)

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See detailStein's method for asymmetric alpha-stable distributions, with application to the stable CLT
Chen, Peng; Nourdin, Ivan UL; Xu, Lihu

E-print/Working paper (2018)

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See detailUsing metabolic networks to resolve ecological properties of microbiomes
Muller, Emilie UL; Faust, Karoline; Widder, Stefanie et al

in Current Opinion in Systems Biology (2018)

The systematic collection, integration and modelling of high-throughput molecular data (multi-omics) allows the detailed characterisation of microbiomes in situ. Through metabolic trait inference ... [more ▼]

The systematic collection, integration and modelling of high-throughput molecular data (multi-omics) allows the detailed characterisation of microbiomes in situ. Through metabolic trait inference, metabolic network reconstruction and modelling, we are now able to define ecological interactions based on metabolic exchanges, identify keystone genes, functions and species, and resolve ecological niches of constituent microbial populations. The resulting knowledge provides detailed information on ecosystem functioning. However, as microbial communities are dynamic in nature the field needs to move towards the integration of time- and space-resolved multi-omic data along with detailed environmental information to fully harness the power of community- and population-level metabolic network modelling. Such approaches will be fundamental for future targeted management strategies with wide-ranging applications in biotechnology and biomedicine. [less ▲]

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See detailThomas Mann am Strand : Tourismus und Alltag in "Tod in Venedig"
Kohns, Oliver UL

in Carstensen, Thorsten; Pirholt, Mattias (Eds.) Das Abenteuer des Gewöhnlichen : Alltag in der deutschsprachigen Literatur der Moderne (2018)

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See detailResolving host–microbe interactions in the gut: the promise of in vitro models to complement in vivo research
Wilmes, Paul UL; Calatayud, Marta; Van de Wiele, Tom

in Current Opinion in Microbiology (2018)

While animal models remain essential for inferring causality, they exhibit important limitations, which restrict the direct translation of findings into new approaches aimed at steering host–microbe ... [more ▼]

While animal models remain essential for inferring causality, they exhibit important limitations, which restrict the direct translation of findings into new approaches aimed at steering host–microbe interactions for the improvement of human health. Different in vitro models have therefore been developed which incorporate human cell types and microbiota. By virtue of their intricate designs, these models result in human and microbial read-outs reflective of in vivo gut physiology, and present important alternatives to animal models. However, to allow systematic investigations of the interactions between gut microbiota and different human cell types and body systems, ever more complex cell assemblies are necessary which will culminate in the establishment of personalized in vitro models. Such models will allow the unravelling of human–microbe interdependencies and will open exciting new avenues for microbiome-tailored nutrition and drug development. [less ▲]

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See detailTOWARD A EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEFENCE RIGHTS
Allegrezza, Silvia UL

in Allegrezza, Silvia; Covolo, Valentina (Eds.) EFFECTIVE DEFENCE RIGHTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS A European and Comparative Study on Judicial Remedies (2018)

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See detailLe manquement aux obligations d'information
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit pénal des affaires (2018)

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See detailMöglichkeiten und Grenzen der Einrichtung von Unionsagenturen von Andreas Orator
Hofmann, Herwig UL

in Die Verwaltung (2018), 51

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