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Reversal of a visuoconstructional disorder by weak electromagnetic fields in a child with Tourette's syndrome
This paper studies the importance of the cohesive zone in the modelling of a fluid driven fracture under plain strain conditions. The fracture is driven by pumping of an incompressible viscous fluid at the fracture inlet. Rock deformation is modeled for linear elastic and poroelastic solids. Fluid flow in the fracture is modeled by lubrication theory. The cohesive zone approach is used as the fracture propagation criterion. Finite element analysis was used to compute the solution for the crack length, the fracture opening and propagation pressure as a function of the time and distance from the wellbore. It is demonstrated that the crack profiles and the propagation pressures are larger in the case of elastic-softening...
Numerical simulation of SAR and B sub(1)-field inhomogeneity of shielded RF coils loaded with the human head
Electrical conductivity monitoring of soil condition and available N with animal manure and a cover crop
ELF ecological monitoring in Michigan. IV. Changes in earthworm communities of test and control sites from 1984 to 1993
Geophysical Hazard for Human Health in the Circumpolar Auroral Belt: Evidence of a Relationship between Heart Rate Variation and Electromagnetic Disturbances
Reliability and validity of first metatarsophalangeal joint orientation measured with an electromagnetic tracking device
Calibration of the `Flock of Birds' electromagnetic tracking device and its application in shoulder motion studies
Effects of low frequency electromagnetic fields on expression of lymphocyte subsets and production of cytokines of men and women employed in a museum
Recent research reports appear to indicate a real possibility that the low-frequency electromagnetic field produced by the power transmission and distribution network presents a health problem. A critical assessment of the available information is presented here. The state of knowledge, available evidence and conflicting reports indicate a definite need for interim action by the power industry. New direction for analytical research, possible interim avoidance measures, proper advice to clients and the public are discussed. Detailed mathematical modeling for the linear and nonlinear dynamics of DNA and the chromosome as a whole is suggested.
Exposure to power frequency magnetic fields and risk of breast cancer in the Upper Cape Cod Cancer Incidence Study