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The Dead Zone

Author: Stephen King

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Fiction

Page: 528

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A man awakens from a 5-year coma to discover he has powers to see visions of the past, present and future, a power which drives him insane.

Echoes from the Dead Zone

Across the Cyprus Divide

Author: Yiannis Papadakis

Publisher: I.B.Tauris


Category: History

Page: 257

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He focused on Nicosia where the people who used to live together in one neighbourhood found themselves separated by a 'Dead Zone', two armies and a UN force. His was a journey to the various sides of the Dead Zone and to the various zones of the dead, the realms of memory and history. This book is the account of that journey."--Jacket.

Living in the Dead Zone

Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison

Author: Gerald A. Faris

Publisher: Living in the Dead Zone


Category: Rock musicians

Page: 257

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A modern clinical analysis of music icons Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison.

Waiting for a Miracle - Life in the Dead Zone

Author: John Spencer

Publisher: BookBaby


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 80

View: 446

This is not a manual on how to grieve quickly or successfully. Neither is it a “feel good” volume offering certainty about an afterlife and future reunions with departed loved ones, although it does not discount such a possibility. While remaining sensitive to the corporeal world around us, as well as to such spiritual possibilities that there are, it is above all a journey into the intricate workings of the mind of a massively bereaved parent. At times it is confronting, at others hopeful; yet the reader will surely experience an empathy and perhaps greater understanding of one of the worst missiles that Life can fire at us.

Adaptive Control of Nonsmooth Dynamic Systems

Author: Gang Tao

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 407

View: 505

Many of the non-smooth, non-linear phenomena covered in this well-balanced book are of vital importance in almost any field of engineering. Contributors from all over the world ensure that no one area’s slant on the subjects predominates.

Fluid Bed Technology in Materials Processing

Author: C. K. Gupta

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 528

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Fluid Bed Technology in Materials Processing comprehensively covers the various aspects of fluidization engineering and presents an elaborate examination of the applications in a multitude of materials processing techniques. This singular resource discusses: All the basic aspects of fluidization essential to understand and learn about various techniques The range of industrial applications Several examples in extraction and process metallurgy Fluidization in nuclear engineering and nuclear fuel cycle with numerous examples Innovative techniques and several advanced concepts of fluidization engineering, including use and applications in materials processing as well as environmental and bio-engineering Pros and cons of various fluidization equipment and specialty of their applications, including several examples Design aspects and modeling Topics related to distributors effects and flow regimes A separate chapter outlines the importance of fluidization engineering in high temperature processing, including an analysis of the fundamental concepts and applications of high temperature fluidized bed furnaces for several advanced materials processing techniques. Presenting information usually not available in a single source, Fluid Bed Technology in Materials Processing serves Fluidization engineers Practicing engineers in process metallurgy, mineral engineering, and chemical metallurgy Researchers in the field of chemical, metallurgical, nuclear, biological, environmental engineering Energy engineering professionals High temperature scientists and engineers Students and professionals who adopt modeling of fluidization in their venture for design and scale up

Adaptive Backstepping Control of Uncertain Systems

Nonsmooth Nonlinearities, Interactions or Time-Variations

Author: Jing Zhou

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 242

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This book employs the powerful and popular adaptive backstepping control technology to design controllers for dynamic uncertain systems with non-smooth nonlinearities. Various cases including systems with time-varying parameters, multi-inputs and multi-outputs, backlash, dead-zone, hysteresis and saturation are considered in design and analysis. For multi-inputs and multi-outputs systems, both centralized and decentralized controls are addressed. This book not only presents recent research results including theoretical success and practical development such as the proof of system stability and the improvement of system tracking and transient performance, but also gives self-contained coverage of fundamentals on the backstepping approach illustrated with simple examples. Detail description of methodologies for the construction of adaptive laws, feedback control laws and associated Lyapunov functions is systematically provided in each case. Approaches used for the analysis of system stability and tracking and transient performances are elaborated. Two case studies are presented to show how the presented theories are applied.

Dancing in the Deadzone

Author: D.B. Ribs



Category: Poetry

Page: 156

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The poetry compilation is that of an amateur's works from years of misleading and misguided endeavors and pursuits of love and happiness. It is a self-published disaster waiting to be shared and hated or loved by the masses. It is a truly unpolished raw re-telling of one's horrific bad luck and broken memories. There are some doses of happy, however, in order to remedy the rocking of the boat.

Restoring Life to the Dead Zone

Addressing Gulf Hypoxia, a National Problem




Category: Marine eutrophication


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Chernobyl's Wild Kingdom

Life in the Dead Zone

Author: Rebecca L. Johnson

Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 833

After the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear explosion in Ukraine, scientists believed radiation had created a vast and barren wasteland in which life could never resurface. But the Dead Zone, as the contaminated area is known, doesn't look dead at all. In fact, wildlife seems to be thriving there. The Zone is home to beetles, swallows, catfish, mice, voles, otters, beavers, wild boar, foxes, lynx, deer, moose—even brown bears and wolves. Yet the animals in the Zone are not quite what you'd expect. Every single one of them is radioactive. In Chernobyl's Wild Kingdom, you'll meet the international scientists investigating the Zone's wildlife and trying to answer difficult questions: Have some animals adapted to living with radiation? Or is the radioactive environment harming them in ways we can't see or that will only show up in future generations? Learn more about the fascinating ongoing research—and the debates that surround the findings—in one of the most dangerous places on Earth.

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