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Protective Packaging For Distribution

Author : Daniel Goodwin
ISBN : 9781605950013
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Supplies essential techniques needed for protective packaging Explains testing required for container performance Covers distribution packaging for food, healthcare, electronics, as well as hazardous and regulated materials Reviews basic math and physics fundamentals for students and professionals Protective Packaging Development offers a comprehensive practical explanation of the methods needed to improve packaging design in multiple distribution environments. It combines a clear presentation of protective packaging basics with details on how to obtain and apply experimental data to the design of new packaging. In this context it covers the materials, testing, regulations and manufacturing of a wide range of product and shipping containers. Written by two of the most respected packaging authorities in the U.S., the book covers packaging mathematics and physics in a clear step-by-step way and shows with numerous real-world examples how these concepts are applied to design strategies. In this unique book students and professionals are given the testing and data information required for creating a wide range of protective packaging systems within numerous product categories such as electronics, healthcare, and food. Also covered are container requirements and tests for hazardous and regulated materials.

Visual Cultures Of Secrecy In Early Modern Europe

Author : Timothy McCall
ISBN : 9781612480923
Genre : Art
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Secrets in all their variety permeated early modern Europe, from the whispers of ambassadors at court to the emphatically publicized books of home remedies that flew from presses and booksellers’ shops. This interdisciplinary volume draws on approaches from art history and cultural studies to investigate the manifestations of secrecy in printed books and drawings, staircases and narrative paintings, ecclesiastical furnishings and engravers’ tools. Topics include how patrons of art and architecture deployed secrets to construct meanings and distinguish audiences, and how artists and patrons manipulated the content and display of the subject matter of artworks to create an aura of exclusive access and privilege. Essays examine the ways in which popes and princes skillfully deployed secrets in works of art to maximize social control, and how artists, printers, and folk healers promoted their wares through the impression of valuable, mysterious knowledge. The authors contributing to the volume represent both established authorities in their field as well as emerging voices. This volume will have wide appeal for historians, art historians, and literary scholars, introducing readers to a fascinating and often unexplored component of early modern culture.


Author : Michael Hamilton
ISBN : 9781329135062
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Oeuvres Compl Tes De Thomas Reid

Author : Thomas Reid
ISBN : GENT:900000219666
Genre : Philosophy
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City Of Ashes

Author : Cassandra Clare
ISBN : 9781416972242
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Clary continues trying to make sense of her swiftly changing life as she becomes further involved with the Shadowhunters and their pursuit of demons and discovers some terrifying truths about her parents and others close to her.

The Printer S Devil

Author : Charles Reuben
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Insect Ecology

Author : Timothy Duane Schowalter
ISBN : 9780123813510
Genre : Science
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The third edition of Insect Ecology: An Ecosystem Approach provides a modern perspective of insect ecology that integrates two approaches traditionally used to study insect ecology: evolutionary and ecosystem. This integration substantially broadens the scope of insect ecology and contributes to prediction and resolution of the effects of current environmental changes, as these affect and are affected by insects. The third edition includes an updated and expanded synthesis of feedback and interactions between insects and their environment. This updated material and a new chapter on applications of insect ecology to social and environmental issues effectively demonstrates how evolutionary and ecosystem approaches complement each other, with the intent of stimulating further integration of these approaches in experiments that address insect roles in ecosystems. Effective management of ecosystem resources depends on evaluation of the complex, often complementary, effects of insects on ecosystem conditions, as well as insect responses to changing conditions. . Timely revision of a key reference on insect ecology . Full coverage of ecosystem structure and function balanced with essential background on evolutionary aspects . New chapter on applications to issues such as pest management, ecosystem restoration, invasive species and environmental changes . Case studies highlight practical and theoretical applications for topics covered in each chapter

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