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Construir no construído a ruína como instrumento de projecto: proposta de intervenção e reconversão em Lamaçais
"#8230;a arquitectura dos próximos anos será marcada pela prática darecuperação. Recuperação e criação serão complemento e nãoespecialidades passíveis de tratamentos autónomos. Reconhecer-se-áque a linguagem se adapta à realidade e para lhe dar forma. Tudo seráreconhecido como património colectivo e,&...
Continuous biosorption of single and binary metal solutions in a fixed-bed column using algae Gelidium and granulated algal waste from agar extraction
This paper describes the biosorption of single (Zn(II) and Cr(III)) and binary (Cd(II)/Zn(II) and Cu(II)/Cr(III)) metal solutions in a packed bed column using algae Gelidium and an algal waste from the agar extraction industry immobilized with polyacrylonitrile. In the sorption process,...
Using Monte-Carlo Simulation for Risk Assessment Application to Occupational Exposure during Remediation Works
The aim of this study was to apply the Monte-Carlo techniques to develop a probabilistic risk assessment. The risk resulting from the occupational exposure during the remediation activities of a uranium tailings disposal, in an abandoned uranium mining site, was assessed. A hypothetical...
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