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  • Data for article, Decay heat analysis of system-integrated modular advanced reactor (SMART) using SCALE 6, Progress in Nuclear Energy, Volume 124, 2020, 103336, ISSN 0149-1970, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pnucene.2020.103336 The energy generated from radionuclides in the form of decay heat in the SMART reactor in W/MTHM Radionuclides are classified according to ORIGEN-S libraries. Appendix 1A: Light elements and activation products Appendix 1B: Fission products Appendix 1C: Actinides
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  • 1001个FRP抗剪加固试件统计
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  • Systematic Review Data Set
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  • Data set for 'SPACE SYNTAX AND THE HISTORIC URBAN CORE OF ŁÓDŹ' article Author: Mariusz Lamprecht, PhD, Institute of the Built Environment and Spatial Policy, Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Łódź mariusz.lamprecht@geo.uni.lodz.pl
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  • Includes sedimentologic (description of facies, facies associations and depositional environments), magnetostratigraphic (mean paleomagnetic results chart), biostratigraphic (range charts for nannofossils and dinocysts) and basin analysis data from this study. See text and supporting information for details of the sedimentologic, magnetostratigraphic, and biostratigraphic analyses and discussion of the data.
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  • Title of article: Hidden properties of city plans. A case study of Łódź Author: Mariusz Lamprecht, PhD, Institute of the Built Environment and Spatial Policy, Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Łódź mariusz.lamprecht@geo.uni.lodz.pl The set of data presented in the article in figures 3-12 (shp files).
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  • This dataset is the dataset of the results used for figures and table in the paper Lincke, D., Wolff, C., Hinkel, J., Vafeidis, A.T., Blickensdörfer, L., Povh Skugor, D. (2020). The effectiveness of setback zones for adapting to sea-level rise in Croatia. Regional Environmental Change 20(46). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-020-01628-3 It consists from four files: admin_output.csv - A spreadsheet with the results of all runs on municipality level. country_output.csv - A spreadsheet with the results of all runs on national level. croatia_cls_input.csv - A spreadsheet with the input data to the coastal segments. croatia_segemnts.zip - A zipped shapefile with the 1560 croatian coastline segments used in the study. Readme.txt - the documentation. Please see the Readme.txt for more information.
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  • Pediatric emergence delirium is presented as a disturbance of consciousness and attention, with disorientation and perceptual alterations, including hypersensitivity to stimuli and hyperactive motor behaviors. Many studies evaluated risk factors and pharmacological regimens to prevent and treat emergence delirium. There have been two reports on the practice of anesthesiologists concerning diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of emergence delirium. We aimed to know the practice of the Brazilian anesthesiologist regarding the concept, risk factors, diagnosis and forms of prevention and treatment of emergence delirium in children. A REDCap® web-based survey was sent to all anesthesiologists associated with the Brazilian Society of Anesthesiology by SMS and e-mail. Considering a population of 24 thousand anesthesiologists in Brazil, a 95% confidence interval and a 5% margin of error, a sample size of 648 responders was required for this study. We obtained 671 responses. Of respondents, 92,8% consider emergence delirium as a relevant adverse event and 39,6% reported that emergence delirium interferes “too much” in the quality of anesthesia in their institution. High levels of childhood anxiety, using sevoflurane and previous history of emergence delirium were considered as risk factors for 79.6%, 79,2%, and 72.3%, respectively. More than 90% considered untreated postoperative pain as a risk factor too. More than half of respondents said they evaluate their patients regarding emergence delirium, but 95.1% did not routinely use a validated score tool. Sixty-seven percent reported not routinely using pharmacological strategies to prevent emergence delirium. Propofol and clonidine were the most common anesthetic given to prevent emergence delirium (15.7% and 15.4%, respectively). Midazolam, propofol, and dexmedetomidine were the most common medication given for treatment (25.6%, 34.5%, and 10.6%, respectively). These raw data were de-identified using REDCap® functionality. It is presented as an Excel CSV spreadsheet along with a data codebook translated into English and the original in Portuguese.
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  • Questionário e Banco de Dados referentes ao artigo "Fatores que influenciam a participação dos consumidores no Turismo Eletrônico", publicado pela Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa em Turismo - RBTUR.
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  • 100 valid questionnaires on participants' musical knowledge, experience, and attitude towards musical award ceremonies.
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