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Saint-Mitre-les-Remparts (Bouches-du-Rhône). Saint-Blaise
La campagne complémentaire de 2017, menée à la suite d'un programme triennal sur le secteur ecclésial B zone de Castelveyre, avait pour principal objectif une plus ample compréhension de l'église tardo-antique. En effet, la mise en valeur annoncée de l'entrée du site archéologique nécessite une prés...
The sinceous pathways of the green transition
International audience France is formally engaged on the road to ecological transition since 2012 with an emphasis both on energy and biodiversity. With regard to energy, new legislation was introduced in July 2014 which, among other things, sets targets for reduction of greenhouse gases by 2030 and...
Estudio del marco teórico-normativo y diseño de las infraestructuras terrestres de un aeródromo de uso restringido en Sierra Nevada(Granada)
[EN] The project proposes a basic guide for the development of a restricted-use aerodrome in Spain. In turn, the development plan for a restricted-use mountain aerodrome in El Purche, Sierra Nevada is included, in which the previously developed guide will be implemented. TFGM
Fundamental contradictions in Russian-Indian relations and change of the Russian Federation’s foreign policy vector under the Russia-China-India Triangle
The Pivotal Collisions of Russia‑India Relations and the Changing Vector of Russian Policy within the RIC Triangle This article deals with contemporary Russia‑India collisions in the field of arms trade and nuclear energy sector. The author researches principal reasons of existing problems and analy...
The new moment in Latin America
La reﬂexión que proponemos comienza ofreciendo un breve repaso de los cambios políticos recientes que condicionan en buena medida el próximo futuro y el desarrollo de los países latinoamericanos; ello permite comprender mejor cuál ha sido la evolución reciente de la situación económica de la región...
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Development of a tool for managing the work orders of the technical service of an electro-medical equipment company. Case study: Electromedical, S.L
[EN] Companies in the world are incorporating new technologies to the management of their corporations. Smartphones are now a work tool that complements the computers. Consequently, many companies have developed their own software, for their own clients to allow them to get to their services without...
Radioactive risks in the medical sector ‘It is warm’
Study of the hotspots in PRL in new construction works and proposal of checklists for each phase of the management of the works
The final master project includes the study of the points that are most inspected by the labour authorities of different autonomous communities, comparing it with the requirements of current legislation on health and safety in the workplace in order to formulate a survey of a group of companies with...
Nuclear proliferation: the United States faced with the Pakistan-North Korean sector
L'hypothèse d'une filière pakistano-afghane de prolifération nucléaire a été évoquée avec insistance aux Etats-Unis au cours de la dernière guerre d'Afghanistan consécutive aux attentats du 11 septembre 2001. Les autorités américaines ont alors fait arrêter trois physiciens nucléaires pakistanais à...
Geo-energy, between new challenges and new geostrategic perspectives
International political and economic balances are modified to sustainably manage energy issues taking into account demographic trends. Policymakers will then make appropriate energy choices, taking into account whether or not the will of their publics (gas, coal, nuclear, renewable energy, nonconven...
Social sciences in response to the problem of low doses of radioactivity
Résumé publié sur Le 5 novembre, la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme de Grenoble a accueilli Marie-Aurore Ghis Malfilatre, doctorante au centre d’étude des mouvements sociaux (CEMS) pour un séminaire portant sur la santé des travailleurs sous-traitants dans le secteur du nucléaire. Nous vous proposons...
Development of flame retardants from biomass and incorporation into bio-epoxy matrices as sustainable materials for the rail and aeronautics sector
[EN] This work focuses on the synthesis and characterization of a green and renewable polyelectrolyte complex (PEC) containing phosphorus, nitrogen and carbon elements, based on the ionic complexation between chitosan (CS) and phytate ion. Introduction of this PEC to bio-epoxy resins, as sustainable...
The Contested Energy Future of Amman, Jordan: Between Promises of Alternative Energies and a Nuclear Venture
Metropolitan authorities and local business elites are often seen as major players in the energy transition in the city. Such energy transitions are mostly conceived of as low carbon technologies, which permit the retrofitting of urban infrastructure and the rebundling of metabolic circuits. This ar...
Politicising nuclear infrastructure: resistance to the Cigéo project in Bure. Interview with Gaspard D’Allens and Andrea Fuori, activists of Bure, the nuclear battle
While the nuclear sector is undergoing major changes, the nuclear struggles are changing and some new issues are emerging. The issue of nuclear waste management in particular is becoming more and more important for the future of the sector. To manage the problem, huge projects associated with import...
Low-carbon options for the French power sector: What role for renewables, nuclear energy and carbon capture and storage?
International audience In the wake of the Paris agreement, France has set a target of zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This target can only be achieved by rapidly decreasing the proportion of fossil fuels and accelerating the deployment of low-carbon technologies. We develop a detailed mod...
Technological indicators of post-pandemic conflict
The struggle for hegemony among the great powers has continued during these months, despite the global pandemic that is ravaging the world. Several indicators can highlight this confrontation, including technological ones, if they are studied in association with some kind of strategy. Most significa...
Expert controversy in the nuclear power sector: lessons learned from a survey on the ‘industrial prototype’ Superphenix.
The Assessment of Carbon Performance under the Region-Sector Perspective based on the Nonparametric Estimation: A Case Study of the Northern Province in China
China is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the world, and the Chinese government has accordingly proposed a series of measures to achieve a low-carbon economy. Due to the low carbon emission performance (CEP) and the high industry portion of the northern provinces in China, evaluating t...
Uncertain investment and decommissioning decisions: an application to the power sector
`titrebInvestment and Decommissioning Decisions Under Uncertainty: an Application to the Electricity Sector `/titreb The purpose of this study is to use real options theory to answer the following question: Is it necessary, in France, to invest in new nuclear power units or should some of the existi...
Ordinary apocalypsis. The normalisation of the Fukushima accident by the nuclear safety organisations
À la différence d’accidents nucléaires du passé, comme celui de Tchernobyl, Fukushima a suscité une remise en cause très courte et limitée de l’énergie nucléaire. Six ans à peine après l’accident de mars 2011, les gouvernements européens poursuivent l’exploitation des réacteurs nucléaires, sûrs d’ap...
Socioeconomic potential for deploying large district heating networks using heat from nuclear plants in Europe
International audience District heating (DH) has the potential to support the decarbonisation of the heating sector of the European Union (EU) by taking advantage of a variety of heat sources. Recovering industrial excess heat and distributing the recovered heat to dwellings through DH networks is e...
Family Business in the Brick and Tile Industry in Athens, 1900–1940
From 1900 to 1940, family businesses in the brick- and tile-making industry of Athens and its port, Piraeus, were a notable institution that played an important role in the development of the sector and its transformation from artisanal to factory production. They formed a dense network of small and...
Design of waste water treatment from a textile industry (70 m³/d) for fibre removal and water reuse
[EN] Textile industry is one of the most important in the world. This sector uses large quantities of water in the different phases of their productive processes, that later can not return no the environment because of its content in pollutant elements. In this End-of-degree Project, wastewater from...
Design of a plant for the treatment of secondary effluent from a WWTP with a production of 1 800 m³/d using ultrafiltration membranes
[EN] Water is an essential substance for living beings, as it is here that most biological reactions will take place and it is responsible for transporting waste substances and nutrients throughout the body. Moreover, it is also used in domestic works, in the agricultural sector and in the industry....
The impact of Kosovo crisis on the relationships between Russia and Western Alliance: NATO
The war in Kosovo and Metohia made relationships between Russia and Western Alliance (NATO) become worse. Russia, advocating the principles of international law, pointed out that NATO intervention toward FRY had been illegal. It created conditions for future interventions of this kind in the world....