Contributors:Iñaki Beltran-Hernando, J. M. Isoird, Bryan Adey, Erlinda Biescas-Gorriz, Daniel Castro-Fresno, Clemente Fuggin, Federico Di Gennaro, Noemi Jimenez, William Hynes, Manfred Bogen, Jose Diez
The overall objective of FORESEE, as an H2020 project inside the resilience to extreme events topic (natural, climate change and man-made), is to provide cost effective and reliable tools to improve the resilience of transport infrastructure networks, as the ability to reduce the probability of occurrence, magnitude and/or duration of possible disruptive events that may affect the security and/or the quality of the services provided by infrastructure operators. FORESEE will address through new innovative technologies, methodologies and resilient schemes the effectiveness of resilient measures to improve the ability to anticipate, absorb, adapt to, and/or rapidly recover from a potentially disruptive event.
This paper is part of a report on community empowerment activities by a team from Padang State University with the focus of the activity being the empowerment of poor housewives through optimizing the function of the plot of land with economically valuable plants, located in Nagari Sungai Buluh Timur, Batang Anai District, Padang Pariaman District. The purpose of the empowerment program is to improve the behavior of poor housewives in order to be able to optimize the utilization of the potential of family resources including specifically the plots of land so that they can increase family income. This dedication activity took the form of counseling with lectures and discussions about the family and its problems, counseling, and workshops on the cultivation of garden plants. Overall Empowerment activities can go well according to plan. Participants were enthusiastic about optimizing the use of the yard, and there was support from the wider community and the village government for the sustainability of the program in the future.
Contributors:Maria Antonia Perez Hernando , José Alberto Armijo Prietob, Ignacio Robles Urquijo, Luis Acebes Escudero, Miguel Cuartas Hernandez, Tania Ivanova Ivanova, David Garcia Sanchez, María Zalbide Saenz De Buruaga
RAGTIME governance management tool is a risk-based approach for multimodal Transport Infrastructure Asset Management. The governance tool implements a whole system planning software platform able to facilitate a holistic management throughout the entire lifecycle of infrastructures. The development is based on multi-scale data model that uses a risk-based approach, incorporating resilient concepts and mitigation actions to support infrastructure stakeholders during its whole life-cycle by fostering an electronic Tender Process procurement mechanism that promotes the transparency and efficiency, while reducing the risks of the process.
Contributors:Bakhtin, Viktor Viktorovich
The article discusses the emergence and development of artistic associations in the Central Black Earth Region before their unification in the early 1930s. Artistic life in provincial cities arose with the arrival of volunteers from the Imperial Academy of Arts. In Voronezh, this is L.M. Soloviev, in Kursk - A.K. Damberg, it was they who became the center of regional public art associations of the late XIX century. In Voronezh, the first circles of art lovers and the Voronezh free drawing school arose. The institutionalization of art associations in Orel and Kursk ended with their registration at the beginning of the 20th century. World War I, the revolution, and the Civil War led to the fading or liquidation of creative associations. However, revolutionary transformations stirred up the artistic environment. These events opened a bright page of artists' self-expression in the conditions of NEP Russia. Various associations, unions, clubs, partnerships of artists arise. The most numerous were branches of All-Russian art associations - the Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia and the Youth Association of the Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia. In 1932, all creative associations were liquidated, with the exception of the state Soviet art association, the Union of Artists of the USSR, which arose in 1931.
Contributors:Nikolay Kalanda, Marta Yarmolich, Alexander Petrov, Igor Raevski, Stanislav Kubrin, Svetlana Raevskaya, Ivan Bobrikov, Andrei Lazavenka, Dong-Hyun Kim
Sr2FeMoO6–x polycrystalline samples with different oxygen content (6-x) and various degrees of superstructural ordering of Fe/Mo cations (P) were obtained by the solid-phase method from the SrFeO2.52 and SrMoO4 precursors. From the investigation on the influence of oxygen non-stoichiometry and the P parameter on the magnetic properties of Sr2FeMoO6–x, it was found that with an increase in P and a decrease in the (6 - x) value from 5.99 to 5.94, an increase in the magnetization values is observed in the temperature range 77–600 K. For all the Sr2FeMoO6–xsamples there is a tendency that P value rises with increasing x, where, accordingly, the volume fraction of regions in which there are no anti-structural defects increases as well. This is also indicated by Mössbauer spectroscopy data, confirming an increase in the area of the S1 sextet corresponding to Fe ions in highly ordered regions and a decrease in the area of the S2 sextet associated with disordered regions. Using the temperature scanning method, the temperatures of the onset and completion of the transition from the paramagnetic to the ferrimagnetic state and, correspondingly, the blurring width of the transition have been estimated. It turned out that with decreasing P, the blurring of the transition increases, which is associated with an increase in the concentration of anti-structural defects.
Contributors:Ronczka, Mathias, Günther, Thomas, Grinat, Michael
Monitoring data for the three test sites CLIWAT1, CLIWAT2 and goCAM1
Contributors:Bullen, Jay C
MATLAB codes used to model arsenic(III) remediation using a composite TiO2-Fe2O3 sorbent in batch and continuous-flow systems, using a modified form of the pseudo-second order (PSO) adsorption kinetic model.
This data supports the manuscript provisionally titled 'A kinetic adsorption model to inform the design of arsenic(III) treatment plants using photocatalyst-sorbent materials'
Contributors:Ashmarov, Igor Anatol'evich
The article considers modern Orthodox periodicals that are of interest to historical scholars as sources, as well as the concept of source studies in the modern perspective of the situation of the Russian Orthodox Church. The author of the article considers the modern media of the two dioceses of the Russian Orthodox Church: Voronezh and St. Petersburg, as well as their social significance. The article analyzes the printed and electronic editions of the St. Petersburg diocese "Living Water", reflects the ideological and thematic originality and purpose of this church magazine. The result of the author’s work is certain conclusions that reproduce the discourse of the Russian Orthodox Church in modern printed Russian media.