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  • Bias-Eliminating Techniques in the Computation of Power Spectra for Characterizing Gravity Waves
    This dataset supports the article "Bias-Eliminating Techniques in the Computation of Power Spectra for Characterizing Gravity Waves" (submitted to Earth and Space Sciences on December 29, 2023). The data are provided in MATLAB format. A plotting program is also included.
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  • supporting data for A. bihariensis management plan
    raw dataset used for the paper: Ács AR, Ion MC, Miok K, Laza AV, Pitic A, Robnik-Šikonja M, Pârvulescu L (2024) Conservation and management strategies of the endemic idle crayfish (Austropotamobius bihariensis Pârvulescu, 2019): Lessons from long-term monitoring. Conservation Science and Practice
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  • Causes for Carcass Condemnations of Slaughtered Poultry in the Industrial Slaughterhouse of Namin, Ardabil Province, Iran
    Causes for Carcass Condemnations of Slaughtered Poultry
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  • Charging Station Environment - Dataset
    The generated charging station data and the results obtained for the electric vehicles charging scheduling problem with admission decision and photovoltaic panels production. The GitHub repository associated to reproduce the results can be found on Github repository.
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  • Data article
    Carbonation is a natural aging phenomenon that affects all types of concrete. One of its main consequences is the acceleration of steel corrosion induced by the phenomenon of depassivation. The aim of this work is to study the carbonation on quarry sand-based concrete. The concrete used is 100% crushed sand 0/6.3, gravel 8/15 and 15/25, all from the Arab Contractor quarry in Nomayos, Cameroon, with CEM II B-P 42.5 R from CIMENCAM. Two admixtures were used in the study, one with a dual superplasticizing and reducing effect (Sikamen) and the other with a water-repellent effect (Sika liquid). Carbonation was carried out on concrete samples at dates 0, 7, 14, 28, 56, 90, 180 days, 1 year and 1 year 6 and months. Physical properties and mineralogical characterization are compared between carbonated and non-carbonated concrete samples. The results of this study show that: after more than 1 year and 6 months of carbonation, a decrease in porosity with an increase in permeability is observed. Despite their high fineness modulus of quarry sand, the compressive strength of quarry sand-based concrete is good. The depth of carbonation is quite high on some dates, and exceeds the minimum cover value for concrete reinforcement. The microstructure becomes firm and resistant to the penetration of aggressive agents. A loss of mass is observed with a reduction in water and pore space, giving way to an increase in elastic deformation. Sikament admixture confers very high plasticity and prolonged rheology to concrete, increases compactness and durability and reduces concrete permeability. Sika water repellent combines with the lime in cement to form complementary crystallizations that obstruct the mortar's capillaries, making it watertight.
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  • Coping Strategy and Resilience
    The survey dataset of coping strategy and resilience among air force cadets.
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  • Supplemental movies
    These movies are supplemental material used for the article submitted as a preprint here :
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  • Data for: Metal-ligand thermodynamics in natural fluids-estimating stability constants and entropies for reactions between aqueous metal ions and monovalent oxygen-bearing ligands
    This dataset includes all the stability constant and entropy values for metal-ligand complexation reactions mentioned in the original paper
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  • Dangerous situation detection
    Dataset containing two folders with one containing dangerous objects of various classes - blood, alcohol, guns, knives, cigarrete, insulting gestures. The second folder contains images of different emotions ranging from sad, happy, angry as distressed and surprised and neutral as un-distressed.
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  • JDS24673 - Supplementary Figure S1 - Scheme of experimental setup
    Supplementary Figure S1. Copied from van Gastelen al. (2022). Scheme of the experimental setup. The experimental basal diets were a grass silage-based diet (GS; green), a diet with a mixture of grass silage and corn silage (GSCS; orange), and a corn silage-based diet (CS; blue). These diets were supplemented with different dosages of 3-nitrooxypropanol (3-NOP), namely 0, 60, or 80 mg 3-NOP/kg DM (NOP0, NOP60, and NOP80, respectively). The first 14 days represent the covariate period in which baseline measurements took place. The experiment consisted of 2 cross-overs, each with two 1-week measurement periods.
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