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Má oclus?o Classe III, com mordida cruzada posterior unilateral e assimetria facial
Oliveira, Silvio Rosan de;
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S2176-94512010000500022
Abstract: this article reports on the orthodontic treatment performed on a 36-year-old female patient with skeletal and dental class iii pattern, presenting with a left unilateral posterior crossbite and mandibular asymmetry, and a relatively significant difference between maximum intercuspation (mic) and centric relation (cr). the treatment was performed with maxillary dental expansion, mandibular dental contraction and anterior crossbite correction, eliminating the difference between mic and cr. results were based on careful diagnosis and planning of orthodontic compensation without surgical intervention in the maxilla, at the request of the patient. this case was presented to the brazilian board of orthodontics and facial orthopedics (bbo) as representative of category 5, i.e., malocclusion with a transverse problem, presenting with a crossbite in at least one of the quadrants, as part of the requirements for obtaining the bbo certificate.
Annals of Geophysics , 1954, DOI: 10.4401/ag-5699
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Annals of Geophysics , 1954, DOI: 10.4401/ag-5705
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Measuring Human Risks in Service: A New Model  [PDF]
Silvio Barbieri, Emmanuel Fragniere, Yvonne de Grandbois, Pedro Miguel Moreira
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2017.106040
Abstract: The modeling of a customer experience realized through a service blueprint is useful for visualizing the structures and processes involved in its production. However, the classical service blueprint fails to consider the contribution of human factors—motivation, emotion, satisfaction, etc.—that are essential elements of service interactions and can represent important risks of non-quality. Consequently, we have developed an enhanced service blueprint dedicated to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), which includes the human factor dimension. In order to take into account the human factor dimension in the service blueprinting syntax, we include a sociogram. A sociogram is a graph whose nodes are linked together by arrows expressing sociological and psychological variables. Thus we are able to measure and visually identify the areas at risk in an integrated manner, those which are typically attached to the dominant human factor component of service productions. To illustrate this new ERM modeling concept, we have developed a case study related to a service at the reception of a luxury hotel. We are thus able to show the advantages of using the service blueprinting approach compared to the classical risk mapping process in the context of ERM.
A Report on the 40th International Symposium Actual Tasks on Agricultural Engineering, 21-24 February 2012, Opatija, Croatia
Silvio Kosutic,Daniele De Wrachien
Journal of Agricultural Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.4081/jae.2012.notice2
Abstract: The 40th International Symposium, Actual Tasks on Agricultural Engineering, was held on 21-24 February 2012 in the “Grand Hotel Adriatic”, Opatija, in the Republic of Croatia. It was organized by the Agricultural Engineering Department of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Zagreb, and was supported by the Department of Agricultural Engineering of the Faculty of Agriculture of the J.J. Strossmayer University, Osijek, the Department of Bio-Systems Engineering of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Maribor, Slovenia, the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia, the Hungarian Institute of Agricultural Engineering G d ll , and the Croatian Agricultural Engineering Society. The Symposium also enjoyed the support of the CIGR publishing house, the EurAgEng (the European Society of Agricultural Engineers), the AAAE (the American Association for Agricultural Education), the AAESEE (the Association of Agricultural Engineers of South Eastern Europe), and the ASABE (the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers).
Self-Averaging Identities for Random Spin Systems
Luca De Sanctis,Silvio Franz
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: We provide a systematic treatment of self-averaging identities for various spin systems. The method is quite general, basically not relying on the nature of the model, and as a special case recovers the Ghirlanda-Guerra and Aizenman-Contucci identities, which are therefore proven, together with their extension, to be valid in a vaste class of spin models. We use the dilute spin glass as a guiding example.
Novo sistema de estabiliza??o instrumental em microcirurgia laríngea
Vasconcelos, Silvio José de;Caldas Neto, Silvio da Silva;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000500018
Abstract: laryngeal microsurgery is a kind of treatment for various laryngeal diseases. because of the need of long instruments and delicate maneuvers, involuntary movements represent relevant difficulty and may be responsible for unintended post-operative results. aim: this study proposes a new stabilization system, flexible and versatile, which can significantly reduce involuntary movements made by surgeons. methods: this experimental study compared the amplitude of surgeons' involuntary movements with and without the stabilization system. ten surgeons performed a total of six movements mimicking movements used in laryngeal microsurgery, two of them without the stabilization system. the maneuvers were repeated with the stabilization system and the wire stretched, and after this, the wire was then expanded 3mm and the maneuvers were performed. the average values of the maximum instrument displacement were compared between the groups. results: the maximum displacement was higher during the maneuver with the still micro-scissors without the system, when compared with the stabilization system in three different situations. the average was also higher in the maneuver to open and close the micro scissors without the system and with it. conclusion: the proposed stabilization system was effective in reducing surgeon shaking in the different situations tested.
Por que matamos o barbeiro?: reflex?es preliminares sobre a paradoxal exclus?o do outro
Souza, Regina Maria de;Gallo, Silvio;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302002000300004
Abstract: this paper discusses exclusion as the effect of mechanisms that are at the same time assimilatory and racist. racism is here understood as the effect of a process involving both the subjective fear of dealing with the desire of the other/stranger and a fine network of articulated powers. the aim of this reflection is to initiate a dialogue, however timid, with michel foucault as well as with authors who recur to a psychoanalytic approach. the intent is not to demonstrate there may have any points of intersection among the various theoretical groups they represent, but rather to point out the need to fashion a tool that explains the bonding of mechanisms of power to the subject's functioning, subject who usually lets himself be entangled by them.
Planejamento e Programa??o da Produ??o numa Fundi??o Cativa Automatizada de Grande Porte
Araujo,Silvio Alexandre de; Arenales,Marcos Nereu;
Investiga??o Operacional , 2004,
Abstract: this work consists of a case study in a large foundry, which has three molding lines and two sets of furnaces. the molding lines produce different types of items, which must be made of different alloys produced by the furnaces. in each period, the production programming in this foundry has two important levels of decision making which are linked: 1) which alloys should be produced in the furnace in each period and 2) the quantity of each item to be produced in each molding machine. initially, the productive process is described and then a mixed integer programming optimization model is proposed in which the lot-sizing of the items and the capacity programming of the furnaces are considered. a commercial package/software was utilized to obtain the computational results. a simulation lasting 5 working days was carried out and the computational results obtained from the model solution were compared with the ones obtained by the company, showing a significant increase in the productivity and reduction concerning delays of the delivery deadline.
Numerical simulations of crack propagation tests in adhesive bonded joints
Barros, Silvio De;Champaney, Laurent;Valoroso, Nunziante;
Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-78252012000300002
Abstract: mainly due to their low weight, low cost and ease of assembly, the adhesive bonds have emerged as a promising technology. however, the lack of adequate tools of design and control remain an obstacle to the use of the adhesives. in this work a cohesive interface model formulated within the framework of damage mechanics is applied for the simulation of decohesion during crack propagation tests. considering the mechanical tests of aluminium/epoxy specimens, comparisons between experimental and numerical results are presented.
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