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  • Ndlovu, GF; Roos, WD; Wang, ZM; Asante, JKO; Mashapa, MG; Jafta, C; Mwakikunga, BW; Hillie, KT (Springer, 2012-03)
    The growth of three-dimensional ultra-fine spherical nano-particles of silver on few layers of graphene derived from highly oriented pyrolytic graphite in ultra-high vacuum were characterized using in situ scanning tunneling ...
  • Kesavan Pillai, Sreejarani; Ray, S (IntechOpen, 2011-04)
    Epoxy or polyepoxide is a thermosetting epoxide polymer that cures (polymerizes and cross-links) when mixed with a curing agent or "hardener". Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin ...
  • Kesavan Pillai, Sreejarani; Ray, SS (InTech, 2011-04)
    Epoxy or polyepoxide is a thermosetting epoxide polymer that cures (polymerizes and cross-links) when mixed with a curing agent or "hardener". Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin ...
  • Booth, R; Meyer, T (2008-09)
    In studies of multi-agent interaction, especially in game theory, the notion of equilibrium often plays a prominent role. A typical scenario for the belief merging problem is one in which several agents pool their beliefs ...
  • Booth, R; Meyer, T (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2010-08)
    In studies of multi-agent interaction, especially in game theory, the notion of equilibrium often plays a prominent role. A typical scenario for the belief merging problem is one in which several agents pool their beliefs ...
  • Green, Cheri A; Mans, Gerbrand G (CSIR, 2008-11)
    The South African constitution affects every citizen's access to basic services and accordingly it has become a legislative requirement for local authorities to prepare integrated development plans (IDPs), develop performance ...
  • Green, Cheri A (2013-09)
    The Government Programme of Action (Outcome 12) requires government departments to develop geographic access norms and to set targets for reducing the distances people have to travel to reach services, where this is ...
  • Prozzi, JA; Sanders, PJ; du Toit, GD; De Beer, Morris (2009-05-26)
    This report describes a new methodology for the determination of Equivalent Damage Factors (EDFs) of vehicles with multiple axle and wheel configurations on pavements. The basic premise of this new procedure is that ...
  • Van Deventer, Martha J (2008-11)
    Most librarians are much less familiar with the data-generating research phases of the scientific research cycle than with post-research. Data science and data management are an awkward fit with the text-oriented constructs ...
  • Churchill, SE; Brink, JS; Berger, LR; Hutchison, RA; Rossouw, L; Stynder, D; Hancox, PJ; Brandt, D; Woodborne, S; Loock, JC; Scott, L; Ungar, P (Bureau Scientific Publications, 2000-04)
    This article provides information on a research on Erfkroon, a Florisian fossil locality from fluvial contexts in the western Free State of South Africa. As well as details on the excavation of gravel bars at the locality; ...
  • Schutte, PC; James, JP (Mine Health and Safety Council, 2007)
    Ergonomic surveys are conducted to identify ergonomics-related risk factors in a workplace. The surveys include elementary hazard identification, risk assessment and identification of areas where specialist ergonomics ...
  • Schutte, S (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, 2011-04)
    Reducing occupational injuries and ill health is a strategic objective of all the stakeholders in the South African mining industry. In order to achieve this objective, it is necessary to provide the safest and healthiest ...
  • Smith, JR; Shaba, MN; Marais, P; Schutte, PC; Mac Duff, L; Malapane, MC; Harper, GS; Romoshebi, J (2002-03)
    This research report discusses the ergonomics of locomotive designs in South African gold and platinum mines. The purpose of the study was to identify safety aspects of the existing fleet of mine locomotives and rolling ...
  • Schutte, PC; Shaba, MN (2003-03)
    As a practice, ergonomics applies human-system interface technology to the analysis, design, standardisation and control of systems to improve safety, health, comfort and productivity. A major goal of ergonomics is to ...
  • Tugizimana, F; Steenkamp, PA; Piater, LA; Dubery, IA (MDPI, 2012-02)
    Plants have the ability to continuously respond to microbial signals in their environment. One of these stimuli is a steroid from fungal membranes, ergosterol, which does not occur in plants, but acts as a pathogen-associated ...
  • Gass, BG; Ventura, DFC; De Beer, Morris (National Department of Transport, South Africa, 1993-03)
    The use of stabilised layers is cost effective in road construction in South Africa. Some stabilised materials have however been found to be susceptible to erosion. To identify erodible materials the Erosion Test was ...
  • Martirosian, O; Davel, M (18th Annual Symposium of the Pattern Recognition Association of South Africa (PRASA 2007), 2007-11)
    The authors explore pattern recognition techniques for verifying the correctness of a pronunciation lexicon, focusing on techniques that require limited human interaction. They evaluate the British English Example Pronunciation ...
  • Ouma, S; Herselman, M; Van Greunen, D (IADIS, 2010-07)
    Currently within the developing world, there are many ongoing projects and pilot studies in the healthcare sector. However, there is a tendency of developing the m-health (mobile-health) applications without looking into ...
  • Phillips, HR (1997-11)
    Research has shown that one of the most effective methods of preventing the frictional ignition of methane/air mixtures at the coal face is to spray water directly behind the cutting picks and parallel to their direction ...
  • Van Heerden, Johanna M (2007-08-17)
    Knowledge management facilitates team work & collaboration across boundaries. Gladwell maintains that “innovation, the heart of the knowledge economy, is fundamentally social. Ideas arise as much out of casual conversations ...