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Magnetic fabrics are throughout us, and figuring out their houses underlies a lot of trendy engineering efforts. the diversity of purposes within which they're centrally concerned contains audio, video and desktop expertise, tele-communications, car sensors, electrical cars in any respect scales, clinical imaging, strength provide and transportation, in addition to the layout of stealthy airplanes.
Fresh advancements in digital constitution concept have ended in a brand new realizing of magnetic fabrics on the microscopic point. this allows a very first-principles method of investigations of technologically vital magnetic fabrics. between those advances were functional schemes for dealing with non-collinear magnetic platforms, together with relativity, figuring out of the origins and function of orbital magnetism inside of band constitution formalisms, density practical techniques for magnons and low-lying spin excitations, realizing of the interaction of orbital, spin and lattice orderings in advanced oxides, delivery theories for layered platforms, and the speculation of magnetic interactions in doped semiconductors.
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E. low- to high-income dwellings). Figure l a is a close-up view of the base of a load-bearing column supporting a second floor bay-windowed room of an upmarket mansion in Pretoria. At the time the photograph was taken, the columns were already cast with the second floor in place, but almost all bricks underneath the base were loose. Figure lb demonstrates an unacceptable practice of using loose bricks as an infill of a foundation for a low-income housing unit. Despite the huge housing stock in South Africa (estimated at nearly 10 million units, including informal) there are no formal mechanisms, methodology or socially accepted platform either for proactive and consistent monitoring of its quality or the development of relevant statistics.
The process of identifying the relevant items was based on the initial comparative research work carried out in 2000-2002, and supported by input from Boutek's experts in relevant disciplines. The allocation of relative weightings followed an iterative process based on Boutek's experience in building pathology and trial appraisals of houses. 3 Assessment Criteria The investigation into a suitable and reasonable set of assessment criteria was preceded by a comprehensive review of South African sources of technical data regarding minimum quality requirements in construction.
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