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See detailInjections de PRP et tendinopathies
Kaux, Jean-François ULg

Conference (2014, October 30)

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See detailL'injonction de payer en droit belge - Aspects de lege lata et de lege ferenda
Berthe, Aude ULg

in Ius & Actores : Revue des Acteurs de la Justice (2009), (1), 67-82

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See detailInjuries of the diaphragm, in: Abdominal Trauma
NCHIMI LONGANG, Alain ULg; SZAPIRO, D; Dondelinger, Robert ULg

in Injuries of the diaphragm, in: Abdominal Trauma (2002)

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See detailInjuries, risk factors and prevention initiatives in youth sport
Frisch, Anne ULg; Croisier, Jean-Louis ULg; Urhausen, Axel et al

in British Medical Bulletin (2009), 92

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See detailInjury characteristics and risk factors in young soccer players
Frisch, Anne ULg; Croisier, Jean-Louis ULg; Windal, T. et al

in Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy (2010), 18(Suppl 1), 58

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See detailInjury incidence in a sports school during a 3-year follow-up
Malisoux, Laurent; Frisch, Anne ULg; Urhausen, Axel et al

in Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy (2012)

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See detailInjury Risk Assessment of Non-Lethal Projectile Head Impacts
Oukara, Amar ULg; Robbe, Cyril; Nsiampa, Nestor et al

in The Open Biomedical Engineering Journal (2014), 8(2014), 75-83

Kinetic energy non-lethal projectiles are used to impart sufficient effect onto a person in order to deter uncivil or hazardous behavior with a low probability of permanent injury. Since their first use ... [more ▼]

Kinetic energy non-lethal projectiles are used to impart sufficient effect onto a person in order to deter uncivil or hazardous behavior with a low probability of permanent injury. Since their first use, real cases indicate that the injuries inflicted by such projectiles may be irreversible and sometimes lead to death, especially for the head impacts. Given the high velocities and the low masses involved in such impacts, the assessment approaches proposed in automotive crash tests and sports may not be appropriate. Therefore, there is a need of a specific approach to assess the lethality of these projectiles. In this framework, some recent research data referred in this article as “force wall approach” suggest the use of three lesional thresholds (unconsciousness, meningeal damages and bone damages) that depend on the intracranial pressure. Three corresponding critical impact forces are determined for a reference projectile. Based on the principle that equal rigid wall maximal impact forces will produce equal damage on the head, these limits can be determined for any other projectile. In order to validate the consistence of this innovative method, it is necessary to compare the results with other existing assessment methods. This paper proposes a comparison between the “force wall approach” and two different head models. The first one is a numerical model (Strasbourg University Finite Element Head Model-SUFEHM) from Strasbourg University; the second one is a mechanical surrogate (Ballistics Load Sensing Headform-BLSH) from Biokinetics. [less ▲]

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See detailInjury risk is different in team and individual youth sport
Theisen, Daniel; Frisch, Anne; Malisoux, Laurent et al

in Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2013), 16

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See detailInland intermodal freight transport modelling
Carreira, Joana; Santos, Bruno; Limbourg, Sabine ULg

in ETC Proceedings (2012, October 10)

The demand for goods has grown in the past decades, in such a way that today freight transport has become essential for the support of modern economies. The search for a competitive freight transport ... [more ▼]

The demand for goods has grown in the past decades, in such a way that today freight transport has become essential for the support of modern economies. The search for a competitive freight transport system, able to cope with the growing freight flows, has lead in the last decades to large investments in intermodal transport options, mainly in Europe and North America. Intermodal freight transport is the movement of goods done with the same loading unit (or vehicle) by successive modes of transport, without handling the goods themselves when changing the modes. This paper focus on inland intermodal freight transport, in particular, on the rail?truck transport of cargo containers in Belgium. The work aims to discuss the strategic decision of locating the rail-truck intermodal terminals in Belgium, in which freight can change between modes, while tacking into account the containerized cargo flows between the seaports of Belgium (Antwerp, Zeebruge, Ghent, and Ostend), the main generation centres in Belgium, and the generation centres at the border regions of neighbouring countries. The competitiveness of rail-truck networks in comparison of truck-only is discussed, in particular, for a relative small country as Belgium. [less ▲]

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See detailInland navigation and Land use planning: A multi-criteria approach
Xhignesse, Guillaume ULg; Teller, Jacques ULg

in Rigo, Philippe; Wolters, Milou (Eds.) Proceedings of PIANC - SMART Rivers Conference 2013 (2013, October)

The present structure of harbours in the Walloon region hardly fits the needs of present logistic developments. Considering the challenges for the development of fluvial transport, the Walloon public ... [more ▼]

The present structure of harbours in the Walloon region hardly fits the needs of present logistic developments. Considering the challenges for the development of fluvial transport, the Walloon public authorities decided in 2010 to indentify potential harbour development sites along its 440 kms of waterways. A three steps approach (selection, ranking and documentation) was designed for this purpose. This paper broaches the methodology and the results of this approach. The area of sites and their availability, which were considered as most debatable during the research, are specifically discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailInland Waterway Traffic Simulator
Watanabe, S.; Hasegawa, K.; Rigo, Philippe ULg

in COMPIT’2008, Edit. Rigo-Bertram, Univ. of Liege, Belgium (2008)

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See detailInland waterways
Pirotton, Michel ULg

Learning material (2000)

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