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#### Enrollment and incomes in civil **engineering** can be increased

(University of Missouri, 1956)

#### The **engineer** becomes a professional manager

(University of Missouri, 1953)

"Today over a third of the management of large industry in America is in the hands of

**engineers**, over a third of mature**engineering**graduates now find their duties largely managerial in nature, and most**engineers**have important contacts...#### Theory of the adiabatic bubble

(University of Missouri, 1952)

#### Stability of laminar flow in curved channels

(University of Missouri, 1957)

"Occurrence of secondary flow of a viscous fluid flowing under a pressure gradient in curved channels has often been explained by invoking the existence of boundary layers before the primary flow is established. In this ...

#### Ternary system ethyl alcohol--n--heptane-water at 30 [degrees] CThe rectifying property of polarized barium titanate

(University of Missouri, 1955)

#### Applicability of thermoacoustic phenomena to MHD conversion systems

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1964)

#### Variable-mesh difference equation for the stream function in axially symmetric flow

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1964)

A finite difference equation is developed for the stream function in cylindrical coordinates with axial symmetry which is applicable to an irregular mesh having different length and radial dimensions. In addition, the ...

#### Measurement of coating thickness by use of pulsed eddy currents

(University of Missouri, 1957)

"The application of pulsed eddy currents to determine the thickness of a metal clad on another is described. The theoretical bases of the method are presented, and the equipment used is described in detail."--Page 1.

#### Pulsed eddy currents gage plating thickness

(University of Missouri, 1956)

"Echo-sounding technique making use of pulsed eddy currents determines thickness of one metal coated on a base metal. System takes advantage of electrical dissimilarities and is effective even when both metals are ...

#### Supplemental irrigation ... careful planning is essential

(University of Missouri, 1956)

#### Measured and computed stresses in three castellated beams

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966)

#### Use of the centrifugal governor mechanism as a torsional vibration absorber

(University of Missouri, 1954)

"The centrifugal governor mechanism, suitably modified, is shown to be a practical torsional vibration absorber. Equations for predicting its performance are developed, and comparisons are made with other types of ...

#### Method for obtaining the trees of a v vertix complete graph from the trees of a v-1 complete graph

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1965)

"A method is described for obtaining the trees of a v vertex complete graph through an iterative process. The iterative process is as follows, first find all the trees of a 3 vertex complete graph, then by an appropriate ...

#### Heterogeneous catalysis : effect of an alternating electric field

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966)

"Oxidation of carbon monoxide was studied in a static reactor at 123 [degrees] [plus or minus] 1 [degrees] C, with NiO as catalyst. An alternating electric field of about 22,000 volts per centimeter, peak to peak, was ...

#### Tree generation

(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966)

An efficient method of generating all trees of a connected graph by using the concept of a cutset is presented. Any connected graph can be divided into simpler separate subgraphs by a cutset operation whose forests can be ...

#### A system of gaging plating thickness

(University of Missouri, 1959)

#### The bandwidth of a single layer absorbing material

(University of Missouri, 1960)

The absorber considered in this paper consists of a single layer of lossy dielectric material backed by a good conductor. It is assumed that both the magnetic and the electric dissipation factors of the dielectric may be ...

#### Irrigation-drainage-climatology for flat humid land

(University of Missouri, 1958)

"Irrigation, drainage, and climatology are combined under professional corporate management of an

**engineer**-agronomist-climatologist type to greatly increase profits on large holdings of flat humid lands. A pioneering development in the Mississippi...