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    • Heat or cold for sports injuries? 

      Weeks, Benjamin; Horan, Sean (Modern Athlete and Coach, 2007)
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    • Heat Shock Proteins and Regulatory T Cells 

      Brenu, Ekua; Staines, Don; Tajouri, L.; Huth, Teilah; Ashton, K.; Marshall-Gradisnik, Sonya (Autoimmune Diseases, 2013)
      Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are important molecules required for ideal protein function. Extensive research on the functional properties of HSPs indicates that HSPs may be implicated in a wide range of physiological functions ...
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    • Heat shock response and homeostatic plasticity 

      Karunanithi, Shanker; R. Brown, Ian (Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 2015)
      Heat shock response and homeostatic plasticity are mechanisms that afford functional stability to cells in the face of stress. Each mechanism has been investigated independently, but the link between the two has not been ...
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    • Heat stroke induced cerebellar dysfunction: A "forgotten syndrome". 

      Kosgallana, Athula D; Mallik, Shreyashee; Patel, Vishal; Beran, Roy Gary (World Journal of Clinical Cases, 2013)
      We report a case of heat stroke induced acute cerebellar dysfunction, a rare neurological disease characterized by gross cerebellar dysfunction with no acute radiographic changes, in a 61 years old ship captain presenting ...
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    • Heat transfer and flow analysis of Al2O3-Water nanofluids in interrupted microchannel heat sink with ellipse and diamond ribs in the transverse microchambers 

      Abdollahi, Ayoub; Sharma, Rajnish N.; Mohammed, H.; Vatani, Ashkan (Heat Transfer Engineering, 2017)
      A three-dimensional numerical simulation of an interrupted microchannel heat sink is performed to investigate the pressure drop and heat transfer characteristics of a nanofluid flow. In the first part the effect of two ...
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    • Heat transfer characteristics for practical hydrogen pressure vessels being filled at high pressure 

      L. Woodfield, Peter; Monde, Masanori; Takano, Toshio (Journal of Thermal Science and Technology, 2008)
      Experiments have been conducted to measure the rise in temperature of hydrogen and vessel wall during filling of commercially available, practical tanks to 35 and 70 MPa. Three test vessels with volumes 205, 130 and 39 ...
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    • Heat transfer enhancement by recirculating flow within liquid plugs in microchannels 

      Che, Zhizhao; Wong, Teck Neng; Nguyen, Nam-Trung (International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2012)
      Plug flow can significantly enhance heat transfer in microchannels as compared to single phase flow. Using an analytical model of flow field, heat transfer in plug flow is investigated. The constant-surface-temperature ...
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    • Heat transfer in plug flow in cylindrical microcapillaries with constant surface heat flux 

      Che, Zhizhao; Wong, Teck Neng; Nguyen, Nam-Trung (International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 2013)
      Due to the presence of interfaces, heat transfer can be enhanced by the vortices in liquid plugs in microchannel heat exchangers. The heat transfer in liquid plugs moving in microcapillaries with constant-surface-heat flux ...
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    • Heat-related illness in China, summer of 2013 

      Gu, Shaohua; Huang, Cunrui; Bai, Li; Chu, Cordia; Liu, Qiyong (International Journal of Biometeorology, 2016)
      Extreme heat events have occurred more frequently in China in recent years, leading to serious impacts on human life and the health care system. To identify the characteristics of individuals with heat-related illnesses ...
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    • Heathrow - a retirement plan 

      Hall, Anthony (Planning in London, 2007)
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    • Heathrow - A Retirement Plan 

      Hall, Anthony; Hall, Sir Peter (2006)
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    • Heating of trapped ions from the quantum ground state 

      Turchette, QA; Kielpinski, David; King, BE; Leibfried, D; Meekhof, DM; Myatt, CJ; Rowe, MA; Sackett, CA; Wood, CS; Itano, WM; Monroe, C; Wineland, DJ (Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics), 2000)
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    • Heating up Climate Change Norms - Lessons from Human Rights 

      Breakey, Hugh (Ethical values and the integrity of the climate change regime, 2015)
      Human rights constitute a remarkable success story in international affairs. In this chapter, I analyse the many sources of justification for human rights and considers whether and how these grounds can be employed to ...
      BOOK CHAPTER
    • Heating up: climate change law and the evolving responsibilities of local government 

      England, Philippa (Local Government Law Journal, 2008)
      The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in its Fourth Report, has now stated, with very high confidence (at least 90% certainty), that global warming is occurring, and it is highly confident (about 80% or more ...
      JOURNAL ARTICLE
    • Heatwave and risk of hospitalization: A multi-province study in Vietnam 

      Phung, Dung; Chu, Cordia; Rutherford, Shannon; Nguyen, Huong Lien Thi; Do, Cuong Manh; Huang, Cunrui (Environmental Pollution, 2016)
      The effects of heatwaves on morbidity in developing and tropical countries have not been well explored. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between heatwaves and hospitalization and the potential ...
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    • Heave motion suppression of a spar with a heave plate 

      Tao, Longbin; Cai, Shunqing (Ocean Engineering, 2004)
      Vortex shedding flow of an oscillating vertical cylinder with a disk attached at its keel is considered. This configuration is of interest for the offshore oil and gas industry. A finite difference method is employed to ...
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    • Heave response of classic spar with variable geometry 

      Tao, Longbin; Lim, Kay Yeong; Thiagarajan, Krish (Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, 2004)
      Spar platforms with cylindrical shape and constant cross-section area may experience resonant heave motions in sea states with long peak periods, which are probably excessive for riser integrity due to its low damping and ...
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    • Heavy rainfall and risk of infectious intestinal diseases in the most populous city in Vietnam 

      Phung, Dung; Chu, Cordia; Rutherford, Shannon; Nguyen, Thi Lien Huong; Luong, Mai Anh; Do, Cuong Manh; Huang, Cunrui (Science of the Total Environment, 2017)
      The association between heavy rainfall and infectious intestinal diseases (IID) has not been well described and little research has been conducted in developing countries. This study examines the association between heavy ...
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    • A HECS Rebate? Ways to attract and retain graduate lawyers in rural, regional and remote communities 

      Mundy, Patricia (Alternative Law Journal, 2010)
      Over the past couple of decades there has been a steady decline in the proportion of solicitors practicing in rural, regional and remote ('RRR') communities, leading to a critical shortage of legal services in many ...
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    • Hedge Fund Regulation and Systemic Risk 

      Bianchi, Robert; Drew, Michael (Griffith Law Review, 2010)
      The global financial crisis (GFC) caused catastrophic losses in the highly regulated banking sector. In contrast, the largely unregulated global hedge fund industry navigated through the crisis relatively unscathed. As ...
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