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first_imgWe describe a versatile apparatus for measuring the permeability of porous materials using oscillatory flows. The permeabilities are measured by an original spectral analysis of the pressure and fluid-displacement signals. The measurements are shown to be in very good agreement with classical drainage experiments performed on the same device. Our apparatus and methodology will be useful if small fluid displacements are required, for example in reactive porous media.last_img


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first_imgBracknell’s former bus depot is to undergo a grand transformation into a 155,000 square foot development of 242 luxury apartments, following its acquisition by SevenCapital.The Grand Exchange will offer ultra-modern, loft-style studios and apartments, across ten floors, from 450 square feet for a studio, to 1,043 square feet for the largest two-bedder.Features include a gym and attractive, interactive communal areas, including a residents’ garden room and co-working space. It will also include a private dining room for residents to entertain guests in an attractive restaurant-style setting, as well as rent-to-use spa-quality treatment rooms.We’ve seen the trend for city centre living surge in popularity and the trend is filtering into towns across the country.Communal areas will be powered by solar energy, the car park will initially include two electric car charging points, with the infrastructure for 37 should the demand prove higher and 340 cycle spaces.Andy Foote, Director at SevenCapital said, “This development is going to change the way people live in Bracknell, it’s exciting. We’ve seen the trend for city centre living surge in popularity and the trend has started to filter into towns across the country.“The trend is evolving, as is Bracknell; people want to feel part of a community, so creating beautiful, versatile, sustainable spaces for people to live, work and thrive is important.“The Grand Exchange has been designed to meet this demand and we’re proud that this development will make a significant contribution to the fantastic transformation that Bracknell is currently enjoying.”Work is due to start in September.www.sevencapital.comBrackness’s former bus depot luxury apartments The Grand Exchange SevenCapital June 14, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » Fares please! Grand apartments launch on former bus depot site previous nextLand & New HomesFares please! Grand apartments launch on former bus depot siteThe Negotiator14th June 20190496 Viewslast_img read more


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first_img View post tag: Navy Pakistan Navy’s frigate “Zulfiquar” visited the Port of Trincomalee on March 3, 2015.Zulfiquar, a 123 meters long vessel carrying 303 personnel, stayed in the post for three days.The ship was welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions on her arrival.The ship’s Commanding Officer Captain Amir Mahmood called on the Commander Eastern Naval Area, Rear Admiral Rohana Perera at the Eastern Naval Command Headquarters. They held cordial discussions and exchanged mementos as a gesture of goodwill.[mappress mapid=”15342″]Image: Sri Lanka Navy March 10, 2015 Authorities View post tag: visits View post tag: asia View post tag: Frigate View post tag: News by topiccenter_img Back to overview,Home naval-today Pakistan Navy Frigate Visits Sri Lanka View post tag: Sri Lanka Pakistan Navy Frigate Visits Sri Lanka View post tag: Naval View post tag: Pakistan Share this articlelast_img read more



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first_img1) Governor, First Lady Celebrate Historic Race // May 29, 2016. Governor Mike Pence, First Lady Karen Pence and family join race fans from around the world for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.image001 2) Governor Honors Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day // May 30, 2016. Governor Mike Pence honors our nation’s fallen service members and greets veterans at the Washington Park East Memorial Day Service at the Hoosier Patriot Memorial in Indianapolis.image0163) Governor Pence Chairs IEDC Board Meeting in Southeast Indiana // June 2, 2016. Governor Mike Pence chairs a joint meeting of the board of directors of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and the Indiana Economic Development Foundation Inc. at Hillenbrand in Batesville. Pictured in the first photo is State Representative Cindy Ziemke (R- Batesville) and Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith. Pictured in the bottom photo is Hillenbrand President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Anthony Raver.image0064) Governor Pence Celebrates Donut Day in Indy // June 3, 2016. Governor Mike Pence joins the Salvation Army and WIBC for National Donut Day on Monument Circle to crown Indianapolis’ best yeast donut, Square Donuts, and overall donut, the maple bacon doughnut from Titus Bakery.image009 5) Governor Pence Honors Disabled Hoosier Veterans // June 3, 2016. Governor Mike Pence attends the Disabled American Veterans 91st Annual State Convention at the Marriott in Indianapolis. image010 FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more


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first_imgIsn’t it grand? Massan’s Charlotte Kate Fox will take over for Rumer Willis as Roxie Hart in Chicago. Fox will begin performances on November 2 and play a limited engagement through November 15 at Broadway’s Ambassador Theatre. Willis is scheduled to depart the production on November 1.Fox appeared in regional stage productions and smaller independent films before she landed the role of Ellie on the NHK Japanese morning drama Massan. The show completed its 150-episode run earlier this year. Her role required that Fox, having no prior experience in the language, deliver her lines entirely in Japanese. Following her stint on Broadway, Fox will reprise her performance in the English language production of Chicago in Japan at the Theater Orb in Tokyo, December 4 through 23 and at the Umeda Art Theater in Osaka, December 26 and 27.Chicago currently stars Dylis Croman as Roxie Hart (Willis starts September 14), Carly Hughes (through September 4) as Velma Kelly, Ivan Hernandez as Billy Flynn, Raymond Bokhour as Amos Hart, NaTasha Yvette Williams as Matron “Mama” Morton and R. Lowe as Mary Sunshine. Chicago from $49.50 View Comments Related Showslast_img read more


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first_imgFrom the posters of meat cuts and a cow femur pencil holder to the rows of butcher knives, Ryan Crowe’s office at the University of Georgia screams meat.Crowe, the Meat Science Technology Center coordinator, readily admits meat is his passion. “Ever since I started cutting meat and then found out some jobs you could do with meats, I’ve been interested,” he said. “I knew that meat was where I wanted to go.”The Florida native is responsible for managing the Meat Science Technology Center in the animal and dairy science department of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. A fully functional harvesting and processing facility, the center is used to facilitate teaching, research and outreach at the university while harvesting and processing 100-140 cattle, 240 hogs and 30 sheep annually. To do that, Crowe plays many different roles from helping with course labs to providing informational clinics to chefs and local groups. He also coordinates a weekly meat sale that is open to the public and run by student workers every Friday. All proceeds go directly to the animal and dairy science department.Crowe also trains and manages 10-12 UGA students on the harvesting, fabrication, processing and selling of meat. “This gives them some info so they can figure out if they want to go into the meat industry,” he said. “I kind of take it upon myself to show them some cool stuff and hopefully trigger them to say, ‘I want to do meats.’ “Crowe said teaching the students and seeing them finally understand a process or technique really drives him. “Those a-ha moments a kid has are the best,” he said. “Sometimes they’re working here a whole semester, and then there’s that moment you’re with them and you say or show them something, and they just get it. That’s awesome to see.” In between running the center and training students, Crowe works with local groups or UGA Extension agents to host clinics such as Beef 101 or Pork 101. He works with UGA researchers to determine what to do with animals and carcasses at certain stages of the work. And, he creates and updates food safety plans, deals with inspectors and keeps the center running. Crowe came to UGA after years of working for Publix in its meat department. He started as a bag boy, but had his sights set on the meat department. “I always said that when I turned 18, I wanted to go into the meat department, so a week after I turned 18, I was back in the meat department cleaning up,” he said. “I started from the bottom and learned everything I could on my way up.”Along with the other aspects of running the center, the math and merchandising of meat really appeal to Crowe. “I like saying this carcass is worth this amount of money, but if I cut it this way, I can make this much money,” he said. “Really, meat in itself intrigues me because you can take a cut of meat and cut it this way, and it’s one thing; then you turn it this way, and it’s a different item.”For more on animal and dairy science programs at UGA, go to ads.uga.edu.last_img read more


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first_imgWe know the job of your credit union website, and we know how your website should do that job. But don’t stop now! How do you know if your website is doing the job well?It’s not enough to look good or sprinkle calls to action (CTAs) on every page. You need to know how to measure the success of those beautifully designed pages you’ve spent so much time on. You need to know if people are actually moving down the conversion funnel after visiting your site, and you need to know what value that converts to.What’s the right measurement?If someone clicks on a CTA after coming to your site, ideally they will complete a lead capture form before going on to the rest of the application process. With every action a user takes, they are moving further down the conversion funnel—your goal is to eventually get them to the very bottom, at which point a new loan or account is funded.In other words, the success of your website is measured by its conversion rate, or the percentage of people your website gets to become a lead or to click through to your origination application. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more


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first_imgThe Tourist Board of the City of Bakar began intensive work in 2009, 15 years after the closure of Koksara, a symbol of Bakar’s industrial past and the main reason why Bakar was bypassed in a wide arc, both occasional travelers and all Kvarner guests. And that is why all those people and destinations should be publicly praised, who, in spite of everyone and everything, are struggling and actively working to change the paradigm and seek their place under the sun. Naval battle is one of the most important events in the life of the city, but a visit to Bakar in the summer months will lead you to another, extremely important “maritime story” that reflects the insufficiently revived feature of Bakar. In its glorious days, Copper was a city of sailors who sailed the world’s seas. The most important moment for the development of maritime affairs was certainly the founding of the Maritime School Bakar, which began operating in 1849, 66 years before the founding of London! Naval School Bakar is the oldest vocational school in Croatia, and it is adorned with the fascinating fact that it had the first school ship of the Merchant Navy. Margit not only in the Adriatic but also in the Mediterranean! This year, it celebrated another anniversary, the uninterrupted 25 years of the international naval rowing academy regatta. The great Andrija Mohorovičić, a world-renowned scientist who came into direct contact with meteorology in Bakar for the first time, also worked as a professor at the Bakar Maritime School, which resulted in the establishment of a meteorological station in Bakar in 1887. In the school there is a memorial classroom dedicated to this great man, and in the interior of the school there are valuable items related to seafaring, as well as an emotional dedication – a paddle painted by the hand of our artist Voja Radoičić. Quality offer of private accommodation, Margaret’s summer full of events, Tuna fest and city tours for organized groups with a welcome of copper associations; City Guards Bakar, Težakinja and peasant from Praputnjak, Bakarska gentlemen and captains, then a tour of the old town where the most important are the Frankopan castle, the Turkish and Roman houses and the church of St. Andrije ap. with catacombs, Hreljinska Gradina, the lake that emerges and disappears in Ponikve and the Bakar precipices where Bakarska vodica is created – these are just some of the trump cards to visit Bakar, says the director of the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar, Sonja Jelušić Marić SUMMER CONCERTS IN THE ROMANTIC ATMOSPHERE OF THE FRANKOPAN CASTLE Photo: Klaudio Vrančić, RI Ring Tourist stories from Bakar this summer, I transfer below the article. You can find a detailed program of Margaret’s flight and the tourist offer of the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar on the website www.tz-bakar.hr Exactly such destinations should be promoted and given a chance, because they certainly deserved it and fought to get the right opportunity to show themselves. And here they definitely need the help of travel agencies that sell destinations and various additional tourist facilities. As in the example of the Via Mea agency, which I hope is only the first in a series, I hereby invite all other agencies to focus on Bakar, which already has something to offer today. Something new and different, and it is the content that is key, not just selling the sun and the sea. Proof of this thesis is the recent Tuna Fest in Bakar, where travel agencies, saturated with standard offers, saw their opportunity to offer and tell a new story. And in Bakar. Bakar Guard / Photo: TZ Bakar A small wing swing, he started we can say a small revolution in Bakar. Of course, looking from the outside and the bigger picture, these are small numbers, but for Bakar it is more important that the tourist economy started and how the local population woke up and became more active. And this is the first prerequisite for growth and development, because without the involvement of local people there is neither authenticity nor sustainable development. The first of May, apart from the sun, brought Bakar a significantly different atmosphere than in previous years. By the way, the quiet and sleepy town was “revived” by more than 200 guests from Austria who arrived in Bakar organized by the Tourist Board of Bakar and Crikvenica agency Via Mea and its Austrian partner Papageno to enjoy a specially organized program for them. Fest ”. The May Day group is just one of ten Austrian and German excursion groups within which Bakar will meet about 2000 excursionists in the pre-season and post-season.  Although burdened by the weight of the industrial past and complete isolation in the tourist-developed Kvarner, the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar managed to achieve what many considered impossible with persistent and thoughtful ten years of effort – to turn Bakar into a desirable excursion destination despite numerous, still current, shortcomings. And a traditional summer event called Margaret’s summer from 29.6. to 27.7. will mark some of the most glorious moments in Bakar’s history, which, combined with great entertainment for all generations, will be a good reason to come to Bakar, point out the Bakar Tourist Board. 240 YEARS OF THE CHARTER OF MARY THERESIA – WALK WITH THE QUEEN OF THE ROYAL CITY OF COPPER Yes, it takes a lot of energy, effort and time, but it is certainly possible to make great tourist stories, change the image of a tourist destination into a positive one and start a tourist economy, which is the most important thing. Bakarska vodica / Photo: TZ Bakar As I mentioned above, in a practically impossible mission, in addition to the tourist giants in Kvarner and despite the bad reputation of Bakar and as other smaller tourist communities would say, “we have no resources, both financial and human, TZ Bakra is proof of how to make A “miracle” in those conditions as well. Of course, everything revolves around people and the desire for positive change or market development. Fight and bite and do the best you can according to your conditions. it’s easiest to say, you can’t. Margaret’s Fair within Naval battles It is a great opportunity to taste many delicacies of local producers, traditional dishes made by local caterers waiting for you on every corner, but also souvenirs of the City of Bakar – Bakar Baskot crowned with a gold medal for quality in 1919 in Paris. You will find a plaque that testifies to this important recognition on the wall of the bakery where the baškoti, the legendary Baškotarne. Her employees will be happy to share the story of this with you, twice baked, round bread pastries of great importance to the copper sailors for whom Bakar is widely known. Due to its dryness, baškot could last more than six months and was very suitable for eating on long voyages. It was carried instead of bread on longer fishing trips, and traditionally dipped in red wine, tea or white coffee, and you can dip it in Bakar water – another symbol of the City of Bakar! Thus, the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar is the first tourist board in Croatia to organize a course “Guide interpreter” and gathered in one place 16 professionals, more precisely professionals from all over Croatia who, studying Bakar’s heritage, mastered the skills of interpretive guidance. The creator of the course was the European Association of Heritage Interpretation Professionals, Interpret Europe, a professional association that brings together 900 professionals from 50 countries. Through a series of courses held by their members in their countries, it conducts various educations with the aim of better interpretation of heritage, an indispensable part of cultural tourism. The scale is set high, in Bakar. The naval battle is an unavoidable event in Bakar, which celebrates the last, unsuccessful Venetian attack on Bakar and because of which almost 15 people visit this city every year in mid-July. Visit it too, 000. at the jubilee Naval Battle, due to which, for the tenth time, the night peace of the Bakar Bay will be disturbed by the bows of “Venetian sailing ships” creeping to its shore where they will be greeted by a fiery Bakar “welcome” – numerous cannons and holsters of the Bakar City Guard and Croatian Army the whole of Croatia. Bakrani and their guests will celebrate the successful defense of the city with spectacular fireworks, which will make Bakar shine again with its ancient, glorious splendor, unjustly extinguished by industrialization. Children can also count on great fun because a special program called will be organized for them A small naval battle under the sponsorship of INA with a lot of content and the possibility of visiting a ship of the Croatian Navy! More about the cooperation between Via Mea and TZ Bakra and the Tuna Fest program can be found here /// SONJA JELUŠIĆ MARIĆ, TZ BAKAR: HERITAGE AS A FOUNDATION, INCLUSION OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY AND CREATION OF EXCURSION PROGRAMS ARE OUR RECIPE FOR TOURIST SUCCESS At the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, Bakar was the largest Croatian city in terms of population, and the revival of its glorious, still unknown to many, past awakened this historic Kvarner town as a tourist destination. And not in abnormal conditions, one can succeed, and that is why it is really ridiculous to listen to the various excuses of other colleagues from smaller TZs, and with much greater resources and potentials than Bakar, how something cannot be done. It can always be done, in fact, but it requires hard work and struggle. Replica of the charter of Maria Theresa / Photo: Miljenko Segulja Also, when you are “small” then you have to be fast, creative, innovative and find your niche before others, ie you can react much earlier and start something for the first time in Croatia and thus put your destination in focus. Also, you have to turn your weakness into an advantage, because due to the weaker development so far, you can look at the bigger picture and see all the advantages and disadvantages of others, good and bad concepts, and thus set a high scale in a short time, introduce many innovations in a short time. some mistakes made by others. Or simply, you learn from other people’s experiences, and you can react because you are “small” and you start from the “beginning”. When we asked what can be seen and experienced in Bakar, the Bakar Tourist Board sent us a couple of main tourist stories, at least for those agencies that are meeting Bakar for the first time, and which can be a great motive for coming. And everyone’s motive, of course, is earnings. And it is the earnings that have started to be made in Bakar, even in the pre-season, which has been a foreign concept in Bakar so far, so more and more local partners are involved in the activities of the Bakar Tourist Board and want to be part of the new tourist story of Bakar. 10. MARITIME BATTLE – SAILING BOATS, CANNONS AND FIREWORKS IN HONOR OF VICTORY OVER THE Venetians The sounds of baroque music will resonate through the streets of Bakar, 29.6, at the opening of Donkey’s Flight, when you will be able to walk through history with Maria Theresa, who granted it the status of a free royal city 240 years ago. This year A walk through history it will be in the spirit of the time ruled by this fascinating ruler, and you will learn all about her deep trace in the history of Bakar in the interpretive tour of the guide Marjeta Trkman Kravar while you will be able to see a replica of the charter in the center of Bakar. In the Baroque period, it will be possible to travel by visiting the Baroque castle, which will be set up on the Vrata Square by guests from Slovenia, the Count and Countess of Statenberg, painting with a luxurious carriage from that time that will drive through the city and tasting Baroque specialties. CENTURY OF EXCELLENCE OF BAKARSKI BAŠKOT, SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE LOCAL GASTRO OFFER 170 YEARS OF THE COPPER MARITIME SCHOOL, ESTABLISHED 66 YEARS BEFORE LONDON 10 YEARS OF TOURIST BOARD – SUCCESS BUT INDUSTRIAL STIGMA Photo: TZ Bakar The sumptuous and playful vividness of the Baroque Walk through History – the Age of Maria Theresa will be completed by Damir Kedžoi with his great vocals in the romantic atmosphere of the Frankopan Castle in Bakar. These concerts, in the heart of the old Bakar town, are traditionally held at the beginning of each Margaret’s summer and attract a large number of visitors. The Frankopan castle, currently under renovation, is one of the most famous sights of the City of Bakar, and with its size and imposingness it stands right next to the neighboring one in Kraljevica. Both castles are part of the largest interpretation project in Croatia, the cultural route Paths of the Frankopan financed from EU funds. Covering the area of ​​Rijeka, Krk and Gorski kotar, this cultural route aims at as many as twenty facilities related to the Frankopans to permanently integrate the facilities into the cultural life of the wider community and the tourist offer. A number of others will join the visitor center, which opened in 2016 in the Nova Kraljevica castle, and an interpretation center is planned for the Bakar Castle on the topic of trade ties between the Frankopans and the Zrinskis. 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