New nanomaterials for protecting and consolidating stone
The work plan will start with design and formulation of nanostructured systems with special functionalities (WP1) such as deacidification of movable artworks (paper, parchment, canvas, leather), cleaning of movable artworks (paper, parchment, canvas paintings), protection of movable artworks (paper, canvas), consolidation of immovable artworks (wall-paintings, plaster and stones), and cleaning of immovable artworks (wallpaintings, plaster and stones).These systems, whose formulation will be optimized according to their functions, will include microemulsions, micellar solutions, gels and dispersions of different kinds of nanoparticles.
Key words: Fourier Optics, Apodisation, Encircled Energy Factor…EEF (δ). O Reynolds et al, "The New physical Optics Note-book Tutorials in Fourier Optics", SPIE Optical Engineering Press, revised Edn, Bellingham, Washington USA, 1989. Further, it has been used to reduce the size of a rectangular patch antenna.
It has been a critical issue for communities living close to airports since the introduction of turbojet and turbofan powered aircraft in civil aviation in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
IJERA MENU CALL FOR PAPER PAPER SUBMISSION WHY CHOOSE IJERA AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS STATISTICS UNIVERSITY AFFILIATES CHECK PAPER STATUS FAQ IJERA CONTENTS CURRENT ISSUE IJERA ARCHIVE SPECIAL ISSUE CALL FOR CONFERENCE UPCOMING CONFERENCE SPECIAL ISSUE ARCHIVE DOWNLOADS MODEL PAPER COPY RIGHT FORM COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT JOURNAL ETHICS OPEN ACCESS OPEN ACCESS Abstract: In the present paper, the Encircled Energy Factor (EEF) of an optical system has been studied with an amplitude apodisation filter. Mondal, "Fourier Analytical Treatment of Optical Images a review" Ind. This paper presents such a new shape namely Criss-Cross whose negative behaviour has been discussed. A., "Electromagnetic fields due to dipole antennas over stratified anisotropic media," Geophysics, Vol.
For the selection of case studies we have crosschecked requirements for their historical and architectural value but also for the different types of construction materials – marble, limestone and sandstone – as well as the relocation of six monumental buildings according to European climates.
The Cathedral of Pisa is the most southern, fully positioned in Mediterranean climate, therefore subject to degradation and very different from those which the weather conditions of the Scandinavian peninsula recorded; all the intermediate climate phases are modulated through Ghent, Vitoria, Cologne and Vienna.