Contributors: Thomas Dengiz
... This dataset contains supplementary materials for the paper "Demand response through decentralized optimization in residential areas with wind and photovoltaics". The following data is included: • Mathematical description of all optimization problems with explanations of the equations • Resulting load and temperature profiles of the buildings for the base case scenarios • Result tables with detailed information about the scenarios and their results • Commented code (in the modelling language GAMS) of the decentralized optimization problems for the different building types and the centralized optimization problem In case of any questions or comments regarding the files please feel free to contact: Thomas Dengiz Chair of Energy Economics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany Webpage: https://www.iip.kit.edu/english/86_3459.php E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Data for: A Risk-Consistent Approach to Determine EN1998 Behaviour Factors for Lateral Load Resisting Systems
Contributors: Dimitrios Vamvatsikos, Mohsen Kohrangi
... These are the records and associated hazard data used for assessing the q-factors. 1) medium_record_set.rar: The ground motions and metadata for 3 medium seismicity European sites with PGA of ag=0.15g 2) high_record_set.rar: The ground motions and metadata for 3 high seismicity European sites with PGA of ag=0.30g 3) HZ_INNOSEIS.xlsx: The corresponding hazard curves for the 6 sites in terms of AvgSa
Contributors: MD GOLAM AZAM
... The present dataset provides necessary indicators of climate change vulnerability of Bangladesh in raster form. Geospatial databases have been created in Geographic Information System (GIS) environment mainly from two types of raw data; socioeconomic data from Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) and biophysical maps from various government and non-government agencies. Socioeconomic data have been transformed to raster database through the Inverse Distance Weighted (IDW) interpolation method in GIS. On the other hand, biophysical maps have been directly recreated as GIS shapefiles and eventually the biophysical raster database have been produced. These geospatial datasets have been analyzed to assess the spatial vulnerability of Bangladesh to climate change and extremes. 30 socioeconomic indicators have been considered, which has been obtained from the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS, 2012; BBS, 2013; BBS, 2016). All socioeconomic data were incorporated in GIS database in order to generate maps. 12 biophysical system indicators have also been classiﬁed based on the collected information from different sources and literature. The coefficient of temperature and precipitation variability have been extracted from the work of Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM, 2014) and mapped according to the climatic sub-regions produced by Rashid (1991). A five-class drought class map of the whole country has been recreated from Comprehensive Disaster Management Program (CDMP, 2006). The cyclone risk map used in this study, a four-class relative risk map, has been adopted from Center for Environment and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS, 2006). The Sea Level Rise (SLR) risk map have been produced from the elevation map collected from United States Geological Survey (USGS). Different types of flood risk maps have been reproduced from the maps of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC, 2001) and Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB, 2010). Erosion prone areas with relative risks (BWDB, 2010) and salinity intrusion map of 1 to 5 ppt salinity line (SRDI, 2010) also have been recreated in this study. Finally, a general hazard class map covering all over the country, with a 1 to 5 relative hazard proneness, has been adopted from Bangladesh Center for Advanced Studies (BCAS, 2008).
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Contributors: xiaoyan wan
... Male mice were subjected to frequent and mild scrotal heat stress (fmSHS，performed at 37℃ for 30 min every time, and repeated for 5 times) and control. This is a whole genome bisulfite sequencing of the DNA from these mice, which showed some differentially methylated region between control and fmSHS mice. The fmSHS sperm DNA revealed that DMRs overlapped 107 promoters (81 hypermethylated and 26 hypomethylated) and 622 gene body (dataset).. Three files (DMR_infotar.gz, mC_density.tar.gz, Methy_Info.tar.gz) were too big to load up. The main information on DMRs were collected in 2 excle tables.
Contributors: Sergio Castro-García, Fernando Aragon Rodriguez, Rocío Arias Calderón, Rafael R. Sola-Guirado, Jesús Gil-Ribes
... Raw data of the acceleration signals measured in the different vibration paths under different branch stages (Castro-Garcia, Aragon-Rodriguez, Arias-Calderon, Sola-Guirado & Gil-Ribes, Biosystems Engineering, 2020). 1. Description of each vibration path. Identification of the vibration input and output sensors, file name and sample frequency (data/second) for each vibration path. 2. Acceleration data set. Acceleration values in m/s2. The data of each acceleration sensor is shown in 3 columns, corresponding to the X, Y, Z axes.
Contributors: Ozgen Demirkaplan, Huseyin Hacihabiboglu
... Familiarity with sound sources is known to have a modulatory effect on auditory distance perception. However, the level of familiarity that can affect distance perception is not clearly understood. A subjective experiment that aims to assess the effect of interpersonal familiarity on auditory distance perception is reported in this article. The experiment involves a binaural listening task where different source distances between 0.5 and 16 meters were emulated by convolving dry speech signals with binaural room impulse responses measured in a skyway. The experimental paradigm involved stimuli that consisted of speech signals recorded from different-gender couples who have self-reported to have known each other for at least a year with daily interaction. Each subject judged the distances of a total of 15 different speech stimuli from their partner, the spectrally most similar stranger and the spectrally most dissimilar stranger, for six different emulated distances, respectively. The main finding is that a similar but unfamiliar speaker is localized to be further away than either a familiar speaker or an unfamiliar speaker.
Contributors: Michal Forejt
... Shapefile with 5771 parcels. Database registers land-use as evidenced in four sub-sources of the Franziscean cadastre (WR - written registry, CII - compulsory imperial imprints, IS - indication sketches, OM - original maps).
Contributors: Pedro Torres-González, Ilazkiñe Iribarren Rodríguez, Natividad Luengo-Oroz, Vicente Soler, Helena Albert, Héctor Lamolda, David Moure-García
... Seismic_Catalog.csv is the set of earthquakes used in this study. Relocations.zip contains the results of relocation process employing hypoDD software. Events Reports.zip contains each report file for each earthquake in the seismic_calog.csv file.
Contributors: Ahmet Eşiyok
... This data is collected from a manufacturing company employees in Turkey via the Safety Culture Assessment Survey. Results are put into the SPSS. Then the fuzzy model constructed in order to measure the safety culture.
Data for: Paleoenvironmental change on coastal SE Zagros during the last two millennia using paleoreconstruction of Khuran Estuary
Contributors: Mohammad Ali Hamzeh, Sedigheh Farahi Ghasr-Aboonasr
... Data are about physical properties of the sediment core, distribution of foraminifers, ages and GIS-based shapefiles.