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  1. Lake Mead Intake No 3 Tunnel – Design considerations and construction experience 

    Anagnostou, Georg; Schuerch, Roberto; Perazzelli, Paolo (2018)
    Geomechanics and Tunnelling
    This paper presents the pre-construction evaluation of the ground for the Lake Mead Intake No 3 Tunnel and the experience gained from the project, which had the aim of maintaining water supplies for the Las Vegas greater metropolitan area. The construction of this tunnel using a dual-mode slurry shield represents a major engineering achievement, which pushed back the boundaries of closed shield tunnelling: Overcoming an extended fault ...
    Journal Article
  2. Utility of an in vitro test with rumen fluid from slaughtered cattle for capturing variation in methane emission potential between cattle types and with age 

    Wang, S.; Pisarcikova, J.; Kreuzer, M.; et al. (2018)
    Canadian Journal of Animal Science
    Journal Article
  3. Digesta kinetics in two arvicoline rodents, the field vole (Microtus agrestis) and the steppe lemming (Lagurus lagurus) 

    Hagen, K.B.; Müller, D.W.H.; Ortmann, S.; et al. (2018)
    Mammalian Biology
    Journal Article
  4. Intertwined degrees of freedom in the series Nd(1-x)Ce(x)CoIn(5) 

    Mazzone, Daniel Gabriel (2017)
    Strongly correlated electron systems are quantum materials that reveal a deep intertwining between different electronic charge, orbital, spin and lattice degrees of freedom. The interaction among them can stabilize ground states that feature novel collective phenomena and that potentially contribute to the development of future technical applications, if they are understood on a microscopic level. Particular complex quantum phenomena ...
    Doctoral Thesis

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