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See detailApplications with inorganic photorefractives: marketed systems and future potentialities
Georges, Marc ULg

Scientific conference (2007, October 19)

In his talk, Dr. Georges will present some applications using inorganic photorefractive materials that present potentialities in various fields. He will focus particularly on recent works that gave birth ... [more ▼]

In his talk, Dr. Georges will present some applications using inorganic photorefractive materials that present potentialities in various fields. He will focus particularly on recent works that gave birth to commercial systems and those that were granted "Best applications of photorefractive materials" in OSA sponsored or co-sponsored Topical Meetings on Photorefractive Effects, Materials and Devices like: - Holographic filtering in telecoms and laser mode filtering. - Dynamic hologram recording: laser ultrasound non-destructive testing. - Holographic interferometry for metrology and non-destructive testing. Dr. Georges will discuss the figures of merit of recording materials and try to initiate a debate for new application potentialities related to new photorefractive or photosensitive materials. [less ▲]

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See detailApplied Design - Strength Limit States Formulations
Rigo, Philippe ULg; Moan, T.; Comité, V1

in Applied Design - Strength Limit States Formulations (1994)

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See detailApplied Logics for Computer Science
Gochet, Paul ULg; Gribomont, Pascal ULg

in Weingartner, Paul (Ed.) Alternative Logics. Do Sciences Nedd Them? (2004)

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See detailApplied methodology to delineate protection zones around pumping wells
Dassargues, Alain ULg

in Journal of Environmental Hydrology (1994), 2(2), 3-10

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See detailApplied mineralography
Pirard, Eric ULg

in Meuse-Rhine Euregio Geologists Meeting (1985)

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See detailApplied quantum chemistry to design antibiotics
Dive, Georges ULg; Dehareng, Dominique

in AIP Conference Proceedings (2007), 303

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See detailApplied training physiology
Art, Tatiana ULg

in 5th Edition of the European Equine Health & Nutrition Congress (5th EEHNC) (2011)

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See detailAppliquer la Loi en contexte de vulnérabilité sociale : pratiques des inspecteurs du travail au Burkina Faso
Wouango, Joséphine ULg

Conference (2013, April 30)

Cette étude présente la difficile mission des inspecteurs du travail du Burkina Faso devant appliquer la loi afin de protéger les enfants travailleurs. Dans un pays où 45% de la population vit sous le ... [more ▼]

Cette étude présente la difficile mission des inspecteurs du travail du Burkina Faso devant appliquer la loi afin de protéger les enfants travailleurs. Dans un pays où 45% de la population vit sous le seuil de pauvreté, les inspecteurs font face à des nombreuses obstacles dans leurs pratiques. Ils doivent en permanence gérer la marge du risque entre, d’une part, appliquer la loi sur la protection de l’enfance et, d’autre part, reconnaître les réalités de vie des personnes. La conclusion montre que les inspecteurs font face à une mission impossible et que la politique de protection de l’enfance ne peut être efficace sans moyens de sa mise en œuvre. [less ▲]

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See detailAppliquer le nez électronique pour reconnaître et suivre en continu de mauvaises odeurs dans l'environnement
Nicolas, Jacques ULg

Conference (2003, January)

Le nez électronique avec une configuration très simple fournit des résultats encourageants pour détecter une odeur dans l’environnement. Il existe un réel espoir de pouvoir fabriquer des instruments ... [more ▼]

Le nez électronique avec une configuration très simple fournit des résultats encourageants pour détecter une odeur dans l’environnement. Il existe un réel espoir de pouvoir fabriquer des instruments portables capables de prévoir une odeur inconnue en temps réel sur le terrain. Le monitoring des odeurs environnementales est un challenge, mais une simple estimation est suffisante, il n'y a pas besoin de conditions opératoires très rigoureuses. Il reste néanmoins beaucoup de travail à faire avant que le nez électronique ne devienne une réalité dans l’environnement. La communication présente ce challenge en l'illustrant par de nombreuses applications réalisées par l'équipe de recherche. [less ▲]

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See detailApply and develop multiplex PCR to detect Fasciola gigantica infection in Lymnaea viridis at different larval stages
Bui Thi, Dung ULg

in Journal of Military Pharmaco-medicine (2012)

Multiplex PCR was used to detect Fasciola gigantica infection in Lymnaea viridis snail as intermediate host. In this study, snail Lymnaea viridis was experimentally infected with F.gigantica and used for ... [more ▼]

Multiplex PCR was used to detect Fasciola gigantica infection in Lymnaea viridis snail as intermediate host. In this study, snail Lymnaea viridis was experimentally infected with F.gigantica and used for DNA template. Fasciola specific primers was amplified a 124 bp fragment in multiplex PCR when the genomic DNA isolated from F.gigantica infected Lymnaea viridis snails was used as template and amplified a 500 - 600 bp fragment. Genomic DNA of the parasite was used as a positive control, which also gave an amplification of the 124 bp fragment. DNA isolated from non-infected snails was used as a negative control and no amplification of this sequence was observed. The developed diagnostic multiplex PCR will be of use for assessment of transmission of fascioliasis in snail as intermediate host in Vietnam. [less ▲]

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See detailApplying a second gradient theory on reinforced concrete structural elements
Soufflet, Marc; Jouan, Gwendal ULg; Kotronis, Panagiotis et al

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailApplying a simple clinical tool to identify osteoporosis among Japanese women
Fujiwara, S; Masunari, N; Suzuki, G et al

in BONE (2001), S28

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See detailApplying Clinical Research Methodology from Pharma to Food: Osteoporosis Claims
Bruyère, Olivier ULg

Conference (2011, October 27)

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See detailApplying control volume finite element for modelling direct injection boom spraying flow
El Aissaoui, Abdellah; Lebeau, Frédéric ULg; Destain, Marie-France ULg et al

Conference (2009, June 23)

Assessment of injection lag transport and uniformity of direct injection boom sprayer is an important issue for successful variable rate spraying technology. To estimate the boom lag transport and ... [more ▼]

Assessment of injection lag transport and uniformity of direct injection boom sprayer is an important issue for successful variable rate spraying technology. To estimate the boom lag transport and pressure loss, a numerical model is formulated on the basis of fluid hydrodynamic conservation equations. The software is implemented in visual basic. To solve the pressure – velocities equations, control volume finite element method (CV) is used to delimit elementary volumes of the boom. Linearization of the conservation laws is ensured by considering discrete form of the equations and calculating velocity and pressure step by step throughout the whole boom. The flow behaviour is simulated into a boom section divided into N elementary volumes, each of them including one nozzle. To test the model, three boom diameters (5, 6 and 8 mm) and two chemical viscosities (10-6 and 10-5 m2/s) were used. Experimental trials are carried out on boom having 2.5 m length (5 nozzles) for measuring pressure gradient and lag transport. Results showed that the model can predict the pressure losses and the lag transport accurately (error within 5%) to optimize boom designs. [less ▲]

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See detailAPPLYING L. MANEVITCH’S COMPLEXIFICATION – AVERAGING METHOD TO ANALYZE CONDITIONS FOR OPTIMAL TARGETED ENERGY TRANSFER IN COUPLED OSCILLATORS WITH ESSENTIAL STIFFNESS NONLINEARITY
Sapsis, Themistoklis; Quinn, D. Dane; Gendelman, Oleg et al

in International Conference on Nonlinear Phenomena in Polymer Solids and Low-Dimensional Systems. Moscou, 2008 (2008, July)

We study targeted energy transfer (TET) [1] from a linear damped oscillator (LO) to a light attachment with essential stiffness nonlinearity, caused by 1:1 transient resonance capture (TRC). First, we ... [more ▼]

We study targeted energy transfer (TET) [1] from a linear damped oscillator (LO) to a light attachment with essential stiffness nonlinearity, caused by 1:1 transient resonance capture (TRC). First, we study the underlying Hamiltonian dynamics and show that for sufficiently weak damping, the nonlinear damped transitions of the system are strongly influenced by the underlying topological structure of periodic and quasiperiodic orbits of the hamiltonian system. Then, we formulate conditions that lead to effective or even optimal TET from the linear system to the nonlinear attachment. Direct analytical treatment of the governing strongly nonlinear damped equations of motion is performed by applying L. Manevitch’s complexification – averaging (CX-A) method [2] to perform slow-fast partition of the transient responses, and analytically model the dynamics in the region of optimal TET. This analysis determines the characteristic time scales of the dynamics that influence the capacity of the nonlinear attachment to passively absorb and locally dissipate broadband energy from the linear oscillator in an optimal fashion. [less ▲]

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See detailApplying statistics recomended by regulatory documents.
Rozet, Eric ULg; Boulanger, Bruno ULg; Dewe, W. et al

Conference (2006)

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See detailApplying the electronic nose in the environment
Nicolas, Jacques ULg; Delva, Julien ULg; Romain, Anne-Claude ULg

Poster (2007)

The communication presents the various requirements imposed to electronic nose to become an instrument of environmental monitoring. Obstacles of the monitoring of real life environmental odours may be ... [more ▼]

The communication presents the various requirements imposed to electronic nose to become an instrument of environmental monitoring. Obstacles of the monitoring of real life environmental odours may be classified into three categories: • the final goal of the study, requiring to measure a global odour annoyance and not any gaseous emission, • the analysed sample itself, which is highly variable, due to the process evolution and to the influence of ambient parameters; • and the operating conditions, needing to work far from any building and sometimes at locations not easy to reach. The paper suggests some simple solutions to those problems. [less ▲]

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See detailApplying the electronic nose in the environment : requirements for the instrument
Nicolas, Jacques ULg; Romain, Anne-Claude ULg; Delva, Julien

Conference (2006, June 01)

Applying the electronic nose to monitor environmental odours is not straightforward. The instrument must be adapted to the final objectives. It has to pass different steps : suitable sensor selection ... [more ▼]

Applying the electronic nose to monitor environmental odours is not straightforward. The instrument must be adapted to the final objectives. It has to pass different steps : suitable sensor selection, right choice of the target when supervised methods are used for data processing, choosing an odour-related dependant variable when using regressions, coping with the variability of environmental odour, taking the sensor drift into account, working only in concentrations above the limit of detection of the sensors, working with a mobile instrument in the field and coping with the ambient parameters. [less ▲]

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See detailApplying the electronic nose in the environment : requirements for the sensors
Nicolas, Jacques ULg; Romain, Anne-Claude ULg; Andre, Philippe ULg

in Szuber, Jacek (Ed.) Papers from the 3rd international seminar on semiconductor gas sensors-SGS 2002, Ustron, Poland, 19-22 september 2002 (2002, September)

For few years, the department "Environmental monitoring" at FUL applies the principle of the electronic nose equipped with tin oxide sensors to recognise and to monitor real life malodours in the ... [more ▼]

For few years, the department "Environmental monitoring" at FUL applies the principle of the electronic nose equipped with tin oxide sensors to recognise and to monitor real life malodours in the environment and directly in the field. <br />For such emissions, the gas mixtures are very complex and only their odour should be of interest, and not their chemical composition. <br />Moreover, working in the field implies various constraints. <br />The obstacles of the monitoring of real life environmental odours with an electronic nose can be classified into three main areas : the final goal of the study (measuring an odorous annoyance), the analysed sample itself (influenced by the evolution of the process and of ambient parameters) and the operating conditions (necessity to transport the reference gas and the batteries in the field, influence of air humidity). <br />The paper describes the approach of FUL to the problem with various tests conducted in the field with home-made electronic noses based on tin oxide sensors and with very simple configurations. The conclusions, which can be extrapolated to any other sensor types, are promising, but the sensor performances (sensibility, reproducibility, electrical consumption, drift, etc.) should still be improved before reaching the final goal. [less ▲]

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