Browsing Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology by Title

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  • Grobbelaar, Sara Susanna (Saartjie) (University of Pretoria, 2007-08-01)
    There exist some concern regarding the sustainability of the production of R&D output and R&D capacity in South Africa. Recent trends indicated evidence of disinvestments and decay of South Africa’s R&D capacity. Questions ...
  • Boje, Valerie (Pretoria News, 1990-06-28)
    The city council will pay consultants more than R500 000 for work done on the development of the new Verwoerd Square.
  • Unknown (2009-04-14)
    From the Pearse Collection: photograph of the interior of the Council Chamber of the City Hall of Goes, The Netherlands, showing a plastered ceiling and velvet-covered walls. The panel over the carved double doors contains ...
  • Unknown (2009-04-21)
    From the Pearse Collection: photograph depicting the Rococo interior of the Town Hall in Dokkum, with plastered ceiling and wood-panelled walls framing painted insets. The chairs depicted display influences of the Queen ...
  • Heidema, Johannes (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1987-06)
    Uitgaande van twee universele dimensies van die bestaan, naamlik individualiteit en gemeenskaplikheid, word 'n strukturele model van die bestaan van enige entiteit geponeer. Deur die model op die bestaan van 'n werk as ...
  • Puts, Gerard Jacobs; Lopez, Gerald; Ono, Taizo.; Crouse, Philippus L.; Ameduri, Bruno M. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015)
    Results of the radical copolymerisation of chlorotrifluoroethylene (CTFE) with isobutyl vinyl ether (iBuVE) initiated by ∙CF3 radicals generated by β-scission of perfluoro-3-ethyl-2,4-dimethyl-3-pentyl radical (PPFR) at ...
  • Ballot, Magdalena (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2014-10)
    The effect of land cover is incorporated in the radio propagation prediction algorithm of Q-Rap. It is implemented by optimizing both the effective height of the land cover, hence affecting obstruction-loss calculations, ...
  • Heyns, G.J.; Luke, R. (2018)
    Rail transport is a critical mass transit mode in South Africa performing in excess of 400 million passenger trips per annum. Within a high density metropolitan region it is expected that rail passenger transport form the ...
  • Havenga, Jan H.; Southern African Transport Conference (29th : 2010 : Pretoria, South Africa); Transportation Research Board of the National Academies (TRB) (Document Transformation Technologies, 2010-08)
    Paper presented at the 29th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 16 - 19 August 2010 "Walk Together", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
  • Negota, G.M.; Southern African Transport Conference (22nd : 2003 : Pretoria, South Africa) (SATC, 2003-07)
    Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Southern African Transport Conference 14 - 16 July 2003 "National issues affecting the movement of people and goods - strategic approaches", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, ...
  • Van der Mescht, Johan (SATC, 2005-07)
    Paper presented at the 24th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 11 - 13 July 2005 "Transport challenges for 2010", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
  • Mashoko, L.; Shivambu, R. (Southern African Transport Conference, 2015)
    Post-1994, the railway environment in South Africa could best be described as monopolistic competition. The former South African Railways & Harbours, which later became Transnet Freight Rail, was and still is the only role ...
  • Deetlefs, Richard (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    Rail surface defects have become more of an issue in recent years due to new manufacturing techniques which produce head-hardened rails and as industry demands higher speeds, heavier loads and increased tra c. These defects ...
  • Ronda, Afonso Jose (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    The demands of railway transport have been changing over the 150 years of existence of this type of transport in South Africa, specifically the performance requirements of the formation to cater for new traffic requirements. ...
  • Departement Publieke Werken; Publieke Werke Dept.; Wierda, Sytze Wopkes, 1839-1911 (2014-08-26)
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    A. First railway station building -- B. Arrival of the first train (NZASM) at Pretoria on January 1, 1893 -- C. New railway station building, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, shortly after completion, ca. 1912 -- D. and E. ...
  • Fourie, Daniël Johannes (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    Railway wheel squeal is an unresolved noise challenge facing the railway industry. Of all the noise sources originating from railways, tonal curve squeal is one of the loudest and most disturbing. Wheel squeal results from ...
  • Fourie, Daniel Johannes (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    Railway wheel squeal is an unresolved noise challenge facing the railway industry. Of all the noise sources originating from railways, tonal curve squeal is one of the loudest and most disturbing. Wheel squeal results from ...
  • Struik, Willem (Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, 2008-09)
    The Afrikaans trade (also referred to as “general”) book industry suffered a severe setback over the millennium change owing to sharply reduced purchases by educational authorities, public libraries and the largest general ...
  • Fassler, John (1910-1971) (1961)