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SENSING THE STRESSES IN ADVANCED COMPOSITE STRUCTURES

Bjarke Ingels Group | November 24, 2016

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Advanced composites such as glass fibre reinforced polymers (GFRPs) are light, stiff, strong, durable materials that can be flexibly shaped to build large load-bearing structures. New research using data logged from sensors on a GFRP structure at the 2016 Serpentine Architecture Programme in London has found it is possible to observe stresses from real advanced composite structures. Dr Wendel Sebastian, Reader in Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at the...

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ISRAELI FIRM CAN STEAL PHONE DATA IN SECONDS

http://phys.org/ | November 23, 2016

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Israeli firm Cellebrite's technology provides a glimpse of a world of possibilities accessible to security agencies globally that worry privacy advocates. The company has contracts in more than 115 countries, many with governments, and it shot to global prominence in March when it was reported the FBI used its technology to crack the iPhone of one of the jihadist-inspired killers in San Bernardino, California. There have since been reports that Cellebrite was in...

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RESOLVE TO IMPROVE YOUR SOFTWARE ESTIMATING IN 2017

Cio | December 21, 2016

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The fact that a software estimate is so important, yet acknowledged as “never accurate” makes estimating a puzzling thing. It depends on a clear understanding of what the software should do, user objectives and the skills of the programmers writing and testing the code — all nearly impossible to predict with any accuracy. Some call it a request to use unrealistic data to come up with a realistic amount of effort needed, calculated in man-hours or money....

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STUDY SHOWS FEASIBILITY OF BENSON COPPER PROJECT

Eacourier | December 15, 2016

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BENSON — A feasibility study of the Gunnison Copper Project estimates the mining operation east of Benson will generate more than $1.1 billion and at full production will render 125 million pounds of copper a year....

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SENSING THE STRESSES IN ADVANCED COMPOSITE STRUCTURES

Bjarke Ingels Group | November 24, 2016

Advanced composites such as glass fibre reinforced polymers (GFRPs) are light, stiff, strong, durable materials that can be flexibly shaped to build large load-bearing structures. New research using data logged from sensors on a GFRP structure at the 2016 Serpentine Architecture Programme in London has found it is possible to observe stresses from real advanced composite structures. Dr Wendel Sebastian, Reader in Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at the...

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ISRAELI FIRM CAN STEAL PHONE DATA IN SECONDS

http://phys.org/ | November 23, 2016

Israeli firm Cellebrite's technology provides a glimpse of a world of possibilities accessible to security agencies globally that worry privacy advocates. The company has contracts in more than 115 countries, many with governments, and it shot to global prominence in March when it was reported the FBI used its technology to crack the iPhone of one of the jihadist-inspired killers in San Bernardino, California. There have since been reports that Cellebrite was in...

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RESOLVE TO IMPROVE YOUR SOFTWARE ESTIMATING IN 2017

Cio | December 21, 2016

The fact that a software estimate is so important, yet acknowledged as “never accurate” makes estimating a puzzling thing. It depends on a clear understanding of what the software should do, user objectives and the skills of the programmers writing and testing the code — all nearly impossible to predict with any accuracy. Some call it a request to use unrealistic data to come up with a realistic amount of effort needed, calculated in man-hours or money....

Read More
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STUDY SHOWS FEASIBILITY OF BENSON COPPER PROJECT

Eacourier | December 15, 2016

BENSON — A feasibility study of the Gunnison Copper Project estimates the mining operation east of Benson will generate more than $1.1 billion and at full production will render 125 million pounds of copper a year....

Read More