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Finite element analysis of geodesically stiffened cylindrical composite shells using a layerwise theory
(Virginia Tech, 1994-06-01)
Layerwise finite element analyses of geodesically stiffened cylindrical shells are presented In this work. The layerwise laminate theory of Reddy (LWTR) is developed and adapted to circular cylindrical shells. The Ritz ...
Psychosocial predictors of health behavior and school functioning in elementary school children
(Virginia Tech, 1994-11-19)
The current study was designed to test the utility of a multivariate rnodel to predict health care utilization, absenteeism, and achievement functioning. The model included demographic factors and measures of physical ...
A deconstructionist analysis of accounting methods for community colleges in the state of Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 1994-06-14)
There is a growing literature in the filed of accounting that addresses the issue of the ideological manure of accounting. This literature does not address the distinctive are of public organizations. This literature ...
Cultural perspectives and adolescent concerns in Nigerian young adult novels
(Virginia Tech, 1994-12-01)
Multicultural literature is a very important tool in today's classrooms because it enables teachers and students to learn about the practices, historical background for attitudes, norms and customs of other cultures and peoples.
The effect of outsourcing and situational characteristics on physical distribution transportation efficiency
(Virginia Tech, 1994-10-06)
This research examined the outsourcing decision for the logistics function of motor carrier transportation. A full factorial design was executed on a simulated transportation network to investigate how the efficiency of ...
The toxigenic element of Clostridium difficile strain 10463 and its transcriptional analysis in strains which differ in toxigenicity
(Virginia Tech, 1994-03-05)
Clostridium difficile is a Gram positive, anaerobic bacterium which produces two potent protein toxins, A and B. The genes for toxins A and B have been previously cloned and sequenced and lie within 1.4 kb of each ...
Viscous-inviscid interactions of dense gases
(Virginia Tech, 1994)