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New accelerator produced radiopharmaceuticals

Description: From 11th international annual Meeting of the German Society of Nuclear Medicine; Athens, Greece (24 8ep 1973). The use of multi-purpose, high-current linear accelerators in the production of radionuclides for the development of new radiopharmaceuticals is discussed. A listing of pertinent information regarding the method of production, rate of production, expected yields, and potential application for /sup 123/I, /sup 52/Fe, /sup 127/Xe, /sup 201/Tl, /sup 82/Rb, and /sup 97/Ru is presented. (DHM)
Date: January 1, 1973
Creator: Richards, P. & Lebowitz, E.
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Radioisotope program at LAMPF

Description: From summer study group on practical applications of accelerators; Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA (27 Aug 1973). The status of the program at LAMPF for producing isotopes for research, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications in medicme by proton-induced spallation reactions is summarized. On the basis of cross section and yield measurements, yields of /sup 82/Sr, /sup 123/I, /sup 125/ I, /sup 129/Cs, and /sup 127/Xe from LAMPF are projected. The development of recovery procedures for each of these isotopes, except /sup 129/Cs has been completed to the extent that attention is now being focussed on scaling these procedures to hot cell operations. The Isotope Production Facility is briefly described. (WHK)
Date: January 1, 1973
Creator: O'Brien, H.A. Jr.
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Mr. Hassell: The TV Engineer

Description: This thesis project is about a television engineer in the Department of Radio, Television and Film at the University of North Texas. This project records the engineer's activities in the Department and interviews him about his career path. An accompanying written production report describes the pre-production, production and post-production processes of this project.
Date: December 1995
Creator: Chiu, Wen-Chi
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A Study of the Factors Related to Planned and Actual Manufacturing Lead Time in Two Environments: (1) High-Volume Continuous-Production and (2) Job-Shop Production-to-Order

Description: This study focused upon the manufacturing lead time management in California's electrical and electronic machinery, equipment, and supplies industry. Manufacturing firms with one hundred or more employees were invited to participate in the research. Six subproblems relating to manufacturing lead time were selected and six appropriate null hypotheses were tested. The subproblems identified (1) factors influencing manufacturing lead time, (2) production planning processes influencing manufacturing lead time accuracy, and (3) techniques reducing manufacturing lead time. These factors, production planning processes, and techniques were then IV investigated to determine the importance of each of them in two environments: (1) high-volume continuous-production (HVCP) and (2) job-shop production-to-order (JSPTO).
Date: December 1980
Creator: Moshtaghi Moghaddam, Jahanguir
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Biomass Crop Production: Benefits for Soil Quality and Carbon Sequestration

Description: Research at three locations in the southeastern US is quantifying changes in soil quality and soil carbon storage that occur during production of biomass crops compared with row crops. After three growing seasons, soil quality improved and soil carbon storage increased on plots planted to cottonwood, sycamore, sweetgum with a cover crop, switchgrass, and no-till corn. For tree crops, sequestered belowground carbon was found mainly in stumps and large roots. At the TN site, the coarse woody organic matter storage belowground was 1.3 Mg ha{sup {minus}1}yr{sup {minus}1}, of which 79% was stumps and large roots and 21% fine roots. Switchgrass at the AL site also stored considerable carbon belowground as coarse roots. Most of the carbon storage occurred mainly in the upper 30 cw although coarse roots were found to depths of greater than 60 cm. Biomass crops contributed to improvements in soil physical quality as well as increasing belowground carbon sequestration. The distribution and extent of carbon sequestration depends on the growth characteristics and age of the individual biomass crop species. Time and increasing crop maturity will determine the potential of these biomass crops to significantly contribute to the overall national goal of increasing carbon sequestration and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Date: August 29, 1999
Creator: Bandaranayake, W.; Bock, B. R.; Houston, A.; Joslin, J. D.; Pettry, D. E.; Schoenholtz, S. et al.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Design of a Community College Curriculum for Production Personnel in the Business-and-Industry Area of Non-Commercial Television

Description: This study has a twofold purpose. The first is to determine through the administration of selected instruments the educational needs of television production personnel employed by businesses and industries engaged in the production of non-commercial television programs. The second is to develop a community college curriculum based on the assessed needs of the production personnel.
Date: August 1976
Creator: Davidson, Mary Ella
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The Agricultural Outlook: March 18, 1914

Description: Bulletin issued by the U. S. Department of Agriculture discussing the status of agricultural production in the United States for 1914, including forecasts for crop yields and livestock reports. Contains articles and tables on international production of corn, oats, barley, rye, potatoes, and flax as well as beef imports from Argentina, cotton production in Africa, and crop reporting systems in other countries.
Date: 1914
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
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Prereduced Iron Ore Pellets: Preparation, Properties, Utilization

Description: Report discussing the a new agglomerated raw material: partially reduced, hardened iron ore pellets. The pellets are a versatile product suitable for adaptation to both ironmaking and steelmaking. Includes discussion of the technology involved in making prereduced pellets, laboratory techniques, problems of production, data from blast furnace smelting, the economics of production, and the future of the industry.
Date: 1970
Creator: Fine, M. M.; Melcher, N. B.; Bernstein, N.; Woolf, P. L. & Reuss, J. L.
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