Maugis

Maugis

enchanter; one of Charlemagne’s paladins. [Fr. Folk-lore: Harvey, 526]
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Jasper Blount, Ethan Fletcher, Gregoire Legay, Toby Convey, |Ivan Dubois, Julia Loftus, Erika Zanyi, Lara Convey, Molly McGrory and Emilie Maugis Gonzalez
Perrard, Deschamps e Maugis (6) estudaram a influencia dos carbonetos num aco microligado ao niobio e verificaram que os carbonetos interagem com as discordancias, servindo de barreira para a sua movimentacao.
Perrard, Deschamps e Maugis (6) modelaram experimentalmente como os carbonetos influenciariam na recristalizacao.
Maugis (48) gives an account of van der Waals forces between solids.
Maugis, Contact, Adhesion and Rupture of Elastic Solids, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2000).
His shadier enthusiasts were the reprobate novelist, Jean Lorrain (later to become the character Maugis in Colette's novels) and Robert, duc de Montesquiou, who was substantially the original of both Huysma ns's duc des Esseintes and Proust's baron de Charlus.
The text follows the classic pattern of late medieval epic by fragmenting its centres of interest and engaging in strenuous interlace: Verelst shows how dependent it is, for all sorts of narrative motifs, on Maugis d'Aigremont and Renaut de Montauban.
12) The Maugis work shows that the JKR and the DMT theories are limiting cases of a more general theory of contact mechanics.
Depuis le tournant de XXe siecle et la parution d'oeuvres de grands erudits tels Ernest Glasson ou Edouard Maugis, les parlementaires d'Henri IV sont generalement consideres comme des personnages ambitieux et egoistes qui ne comprenaient rien a la realite politique du temps.
Maugis, Histoire du Parlement de Paris (Geneve, 1977 [1913]).
22-24) and later refined by Maugis and Barquins (ref.
These were calculated using the analytical expressions for the elastic fields given by Mouginot and Maugis (13) based on Sneddon's early work (14).