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See detailFiscalité et avantages matrimoniaux
Dehalleux, Virginie ULg

in Leleu, Yves-Henri; Verbeke, Alain; Taymans, Jean-François (Eds.) et al Manuel de planification patrimoniale, Le couple, Décès (2009)

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PIERARD, Gérald ULg; QUATRESOOZ, Pascale ULg; PIERARD-FRANCHIMONT, Claudine ULg

in Dermatologie et infections sexuellement transmissibles (2009)

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See detailLes quartiers durables : processus de production et reproductibilité
Marique, Anne-Françoise ULg

Master's dissertation (2009)

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See detailEntre gestion de crise et vigilance : quand les médias et l’administration publique sont appelés à construire un référentiel partagé
Fallon, Catherine ULg; Joris, Geoffrey ULg

in Communication et Organisation (2009), 35

During periods of crisis, public authorities are assigned specific communication responsibilities. Analysis of crisis management, often strongly mediatized, are particularly fruitful to unveil ... [more ▼]

During periods of crisis, public authorities are assigned specific communication responsibilities. Analysis of crisis management, often strongly mediatized, are particularly fruitful to unveil collaboration problems between media and public authorities. Crisis represents a rupture threatening the social fabrics and urges the authorities to take decisions under time constrains when facts are uncertain and stakes high (Funtowicz et al.). Technological crisis are first and foremost information crisis and they are largely open to mediatized information. Communication deficits are often due to the fact that authorities are tight in administrative constrains which are often contradictory to the logics of crisis communication. Authorities too often limit their communication duty to pure information release, without building a process fostering stakeholders involvement. The administrative framework seems in several aspects irrelevant to the current information and communication regime, but under crisis conditions, the authorities are requested to develop partnerships with media.. Media are unavoidable to promote the enrolling of the public and to control the spreading of rumours which are currently reinforced through the new communication techniques (Web 2.0;gsm). Media construct and amplify accidents thereby transforming the possibilities for crisis management. But building partnership between media and administration is a difficult task. Media – administration partnership causes a confrontation between two professional logics with strong differences in terms of referring to authorities, using knowledge, communication regimes and consideration for the public Crisis communication should be considered as a rooted in “vigilance” communication. The analysis of the crisis communication patterns must also be linked to these periods in order to better unveil the contextual dimensions of informational and communicational regimes. Media play a central role in the construction of conceptual frames and values systems used for the representation of social world. Their presentation of public stakes is largely referred to by the public through a mutually reinforcing media-actors relationship when it comes to make sense for incumbent social events in a process only partially similar to a search for some objective truth. Media are also contributing to the citizen – policymakers relationship through selecting information and agenda setting. Mutations of media are therefore intertwined with the transformation of the politico-administrative system. The social transformations often described as characteristic to the ”risk society” tend to transform the role of media. Individualization makes citizens more sensitive to media information and this is reinforced by the weakening of institutions and of their communication structures. We observe the spreading of new media logics more geared to the emotional register and reinforcing the negativist bias in communication patterns. This affects strongly the management of crisis by public authorities. The analysis of public management of crisis offers a rich set of information for the researcher. It is timely to produce some coherent theoretical frame with reference to the material available from the case studies which are now numerous. This theoretical framework would help to develop relevant principles in order to help administration to develop new forms of communication, with due attention to the specificities of the communication partners and all stakeholders while making use of the emerging communication techniques. This could finally provide administration and media with a basis for defining new ways for “working together”. [less ▲]

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See detailThe chick embryo as a model to study persistent effects of embryonic protein-undernutrition on postnatal growth and metabolism
Everaert, Nadia ULg; Métayer-Coustard, S.; Willemsen, H. et al

Conference (2009)

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See detailContre le "fin sourire": la poétique du rire de Georges Fourest
Robert, Laurent ULg

in Acta Iassyensia Comparationis (2009), 7

Cet article propose une analyse de la poétique du rire à l’œuvre dans La Négresse blonde de Georges Fourest. Se démarquant de Corbière et Laforgue, Fourest renoue avec un rire carnavalesque hérité de ... [more ▼]

Cet article propose une analyse de la poétique du rire à l’œuvre dans La Négresse blonde de Georges Fourest. Se démarquant de Corbière et Laforgue, Fourest renoue avec un rire carnavalesque hérité de Rabelais, mais nuancé de références blasphématoires ou sataniques inspirées par la littérature décadente, et notamment par les écrits de Huysmans. [less ▲]

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See detailApplication of a diffusion model to predict drying kinetics changes under variable conditions: experimental and simulation study
Bennamoun, Lyes ULg; Belhamri, Azeddine; Ali-Mohamed, Adbéraman

in Fluid Dynamics and Materials Processing (2009), 5(2),

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See detailDroits culturels et matières culturelles
Behrendt, Christian ULg

in Verdussen, Marc (Ed.) Les droits culturels et sociaux des plus défavorisés (2009)

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See detailCorrelation between the roughness of the substrate surface and the debonding risk
Perez, Fabien; Morency, Maxim; Bissonnette, Benoît et al

in Alexander, M. G.; Beushausen, H.-D.; Dehn, F. (Eds.) et al Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting II (2009)

This paper presents the influence of substrate surface preparation on the adhesion strength of repaired beams system. Bond between new and old concrete has been the subject of a number of investigations ... [more ▼]

This paper presents the influence of substrate surface preparation on the adhesion strength of repaired beams system. Bond between new and old concrete has been the subject of a number of investigations, but in most cases, only adhesion strength was addressed. This parameter was used to estimate the durability and/or the debonding risk for repaired structure and it’s a generally accepted auditing standards. Usually, surface preparation of the substrate concrete is considered essential to achieve a durable repair because of its influence on the bond strength. To better understand debonding mechanism, in particular these related to surface preparation, roughness parameters were calculated to quantify the influence of surface preparation on the structural behaviour. Using this approach, repair beams prepared by way of four (4) concrete surface preparations were characterized. Results obtained show that repaired beams presenting a substrate with a rough surface permit to achieve a monolithic behaviour of the repaired system. Opposite structural behaviour, with large debonding, was recorded for those having smooth surface. However, all surface preparations used have promoted the same bond strength regardless the roughness of the substrate. The resulting analysis highlights the relation between roughness parameter αrough and the debonding mechanism of repaired beams. Such results will be useful to better predict the performance of concrete repairs. [less ▲]

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See detailLe droit administratif par l'analyse de cas : cas n°10 à 19
Durviaux, Ann-Lawrence ULg; Fisse, Damien ULg

Learning material (2009)

support des travaux pratiques sous forme de casus et de propositions de résolution

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See detailDesigning Steel Structures for Fire Safety
Franssen, Jean-Marc ULg; Kodur, Venkatesh; Zaharia, Raul

Book published by Taylor & Françis Ed. (2009)

In this book the information relevant to fire design of steel structures is presented in a systematic way in seven chapters. Each Chapter begins with an introduction of various concepts to be covered and ... [more ▼]

In this book the information relevant to fire design of steel structures is presented in a systematic way in seven chapters. Each Chapter begins with an introduction of various concepts to be covered and follows with detailed explanation of the concepts. The calculation methods as relevant to code provisions (in Europe, North America or other continents) are discussed in detail. Worked examples relevant to calculation methodologies on simple structural elements are presented. For the case of complete structures guidance on how analysis can be carried out is presented. Chapter 1 of the book is devoted to providing relevant background information to codes and standards and principles of fire resistance design. The chapter discusses the fire safety design philosophies, prescriptive and performance-based design fire safety design issues. Chapter 2 deals with basis of design and mechanical loads. The load combinations to be considered for fire design of structures, as per European and North American codes and standards, are discussed. Chapter 3 discusses the detailed steps involved in establishing the fire scenarios for various cases. Both Eurocode and North American temperature-time relationships are discussed. Procedures in this section allow the designer to establish the time-temperature relationships or heat flux evolutions under a specified design fire. Chapter 4 deals with steps associated in establishing the temperature history in the steel structure, resulting from fire temperature. The various approaches for undertaking thermal analysis by simple calculation models are discussed. Chapter 5 presents the steps associated for establishing the mechanical response of a structure exposed to fire. The possibilities for analysis at different levels: member level, sub-structure level and global level are discussed. Full details related to simple calculation methods for undertaking strength analysis at member level are presented. Chapter 6 is devoted to fire resistance issues associated with design of joints. The steps associated with the fire resistance of a bolted or a welded joint through simplified and detailed procedure are discussed. Chapter 7 deals with thermal and mechanical analysis through advanced calculation models. The procedures involved in the sub-structure analysis or global structural analysis under fire exposure is fully discussed. Case studies are presented to illustrate the detailed fire resistance analysis of various structures. Chapter 8 presents four design examples showing how a complex structure can be designed using the concept of element or sub-structure analysis. The book concludes with two Annexes which present some of the design information related to material properties and temperature profiles. Annex 1 focuses on thermal properties of structural steel and commonly used insulation materials and resulting temperature profiles in steel. Annex 2 focuses on mechanical properties of structural steel. [less ▲]

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See detailResponse spectra for the deep sediment-filled Rhone Valley in the Swiss Alps
Havenith, Hans-Balder ULg; Fäh, D.; Alvarez-Rubio, S. et al

in Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering (2009), 29

We present numerical modeling of earthquake ground motion for various profiles across the Swiss Rhône Valley and characterize the seismic response in terms of spectral acceleration. First, we evaluate the ... [more ▼]

We present numerical modeling of earthquake ground motion for various profiles across the Swiss Rhône Valley and characterize the seismic response in terms of spectral acceleration. First, we evaluate the relative amplification of 2D with respect to 1D response. Then, we show how the selected bedrock spectrum influences the response spectra of the valley sites. Particular attention is paid to how the internal sediment structure and the often weakly constrained Q-factor shape the seismic response. Results obtained for the different profiles are compared with reference spectra (Swiss building code and Eurocode 8) and for one profile with recorded data as well. From this comparison, we infer that the surficial layer strongly influences spectral acceleration values between 0.1 and 1 s. The total thickness of sediments significantly affects the seismic response at larger periods around the fundamental period of the studied valley sections between 1.8 and 3.6 s. [less ▲]

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See detailPrésentation de "Philosophie et histoire des religions" de Béatrice Dessain
Steinmetz, Rudy ULg

Diverse speeche and writing (2009)

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See detailCompte rendu de PLOTIN, "Traités 42-44", traductions sous la direction de Luc BRISSON et Jean-François PRADEAU
Gavray, Marc-Antoine ULg

in Antiquité Classique : Revue Interuniversitaire d'Etudes Classiques (2009), 78

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See detail[Re]Lire Magritte. 7 clefs pour comprendre une oeuvre d'art
Souveryns, Patrick; Heins, Pascal ULg

Book published by De Boeck (2009)

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