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  • Modern automatic electric block signal installation 

    Brashares, H. E. (Armour Institute of Technology, 1908)
    http://www.archive.org/details/modernautomatice00bras
  • Modern bituminous roads and pavements 

    Ford, Thomas Cecil (Armour Institute of Technology, 1913)
    http://www.archive.org/details/modernbituminous00ford
  • Modified Rubber Particles and Compositions Including the same 

    Shahidi, Nima; Arastoopour, Hamid; Teymour, Fouad (2011-09-06)
    Modified scrap rubber particles, a method for forming the modified rubber particles and compositions including the modified rubber particles. The rubber particles are impregnated with at least one polymerizable monomer and ...
  • A modular simulation package for fed-batch fermentation: penicillin production 

    Birol, G.; Undey, C.; Cinar, A. (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2002-11-15)
    Simulation software based on a detailed unstructured model for penicillin production in a fed-batch fermentor has been developed. The model extends the mechanistic model of Bajpai and Reuss by adding input variables such ...
  • Moksha Tower 

    Fu, Yalin (2010-05)
    In India, death is considered one of the most important stages of the whole human process.And the traditional funeral process occupied a great quantity of  land in a country with a big population.Moksha tower(cemetery ...
  • MOLECULAR AND GENETIC ENGINEERING STUDIES OF VITREOSCILLA HEMOGLOBIN 

    CHEN, YANG (2014-05)
    Biodesulfurization is a promising field that can be applied to the processing of crude oil for removing dibenzothiophene (DBT) and its derivatives. A thermophilic bacterial strain Paenibacillus naphthalenovorans (32O-Y) ...
  • Molecular Crystals of Controlled Size 

    Myerson, Allan S. (2003-11-11)
    Methods for the crystallization of nano-size crystals of molecular organic compounds while operating at a low supersaturation. The methods are based on controlling the domain size available during the crystallization ...
  • THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF BAXΔ2-MEDIATED CELL DEATH AND ITS TISSUE DISTRIBUTION IN COLON CANCER 

    ZHANG, HONGHONG (2014-07)
    Bax is a pro-death tumor suppressor in the Bcl-2 family, and is frequently mutated in microsatellite instable tumors, especially Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancer (HNPCC). The loss of apoptotic Bax contributes ...
  • MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ESTROGEN RECEPTOR BETA ACTION IN COLORECTAL CARCINOGENESIS 

    VAZ SALEIRO, DIANA NORA (2013-07)
    Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a major public health problem in the world population, which emphasizes the need to study novel molecular targets in order to develop alternative chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic strategies ...
  • MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SALMONELLA SURVIVAL ON SURFACE OF SELECTED NUTS AND FRUITS 

    LI, YE (2017-07)
    Salmonella enterica is the leading cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the United States. In recent years, S. enterica has been frequently linked to foodborne outbreaks associated with nuts and fruits; however, the ...
  • Moments of Understanding - Tribal Culture Center 

    Hussain, Tanveer (2012-05)
    The main purpose of the Tribal Cultural Center is to offer a platform for the local public, tribal country’s key leaders to communicate with the goal of promoting peace and prosperity to the region. This project will help ...
  • Monitoring of multivariable dynamic processes and sensor auditing 

    Negiz, A.; Cinar, A. (ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 1998-10)
    Industrial continuous processes are usually operated under closed-loop control, yielding process measurements that are autocorrelated, cross correlated, and collinear. A statistical process monitoring (SPM) method based ...
  • Monitoring Safety of Railway Tank Cars (Fall 1999) IPRO 013 

    Gupta, Kapil; Zukauskas, Elena; Patel, Jayesh; Lin, Shan (1999-12)
    Railroad tank cars are efficient vehicles for the transport of large quantities of liquid commodities in North America. These commodities include foodstuffs as well as a wide range of chemicals use in the process industries. ...
  • MONITORING, MODELING, AND TREATMENT OF ODORS/ODORANTS AT WATER RECLAMATION PLANTS 

    ZHANG, YANMING (2012-05)
    A thorough study including odor monitoring, modeling and treatment as three important aspects of odor control in WRPs has been performed in this research. Measurement of H2S emissions from odor sources was proven to be an ...
  • MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF INFINITE-DIMENSIONAL INTEGRALS 

    Niu, Ben (2011-05)
    This thesis is motivated by pricing a path-dependent financial derivative, such as an Asian option, which requires the computation of the expectation of a payoff function, which depends on a Brownian motion. Employing a ...
  • Monumental Adaptation: Reimagining the Old Chicago Post Office 

    Turgeon, Noel (2012-05)
    MONUMENTAL ADAPTATION: REIMAGINING THE OLD CHICAGO POST OFFICE Built in 1932, the Old Chicago Main Post Office was the largest post office in the world at three million square feet. It was designed to accommodate the ...
  • The Moral Legislature 

    Davis, Michael (Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 1985-11-05)
    This paper is an experiment in what John Rawls recently called "Kantian constructiivism". It seeks to establish a "suitable connection between a particular conception of the person and first principles of [morality] by ...
  • Moral Responsibility and Whistleblowing in the Nuclear Industry : Browns Ferry and Three Mile Island 

    Weil, Vivian (Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 1983)
    This paper analyzes the actions of a number of Nuclear Engineers at Browns Ferry and Three Mile Island who resigned from their positions in order to highlight the safety concerns they saw in the U.S. nuclear power program ...
  • The Moral Status of Loyality 

    Baron, Marcia (Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 1984)
    This module looks at the moral issue of putting one’s loyalty to his or her company before other moral demands, such as one’s professional judgment and questions of public welfare. Focusing on the issues specific to ...
  • MORE Life Project (Semester Unknown) IPRO 362 

    Aijazuddin, Ambreen; Barriball, Raymond; Beverage, Jenny; Eassa, Henna; Evia, Arnold; Handzel, Izabela; Joshua, Omaima; Khan, Faizan; Konkapaka, Sriskonkapa; Mandrekar, Urba; Park, Shin Young; Patel, Mansi; Rivas Duarte, Felipe; Slavcheva, Elena; Trevor, Andrew; Wolfe, Blake (2011-05)
    The objective of IPRO 362 is to understand the environment in which disaster victims are found and the human needs involved. Additionally, understanding the medical standards of sanitation, sterility and environmental ...