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Defence Science and Technology Organisation

NonprofitCanberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
About: Defence Science and Technology Organisation is a nonprofit organization based out in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Radar & Clutter. The organization has 2465 authors who have published 3856 publications receiving 90614 citations.


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TL;DR: In this article, the potential applications of 3D fiber reinforced polymer composites made by the textile processes of weaving, braiding, stitching, and knitting are reviewed, and the scientific, technical, and economic issues impeding the more widespread use of three-dimensional textile composites are identified.
Abstract: Current and future potential applications for three-dimensional (3D) fibre reinforced polymer composites made by the textile processes of weaving, braiding, stitching and knitting are reviewed. 3D textile composites have a vast range of properties that are superior to traditional 2D laminates, however to date these properties have not been exploited for many applications. The scientific, technical and economic issues impeding the more widespread use of 3D textile composites are identified. Structures that have been made to demonstrate the possible uses of 3D composites are described, and these include applications in aircraft, marine craft, automobiles, civil infrastructure and medical prosthesis.

1,015 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a new ultrafine lamellar microstructures comprising ultrafine (∼200-300nm) α-laths and retained β phases were created via promoting in situ decomposition of a near α′ martensitic structure in Ti-6Al-4V additively manufactured by selective laser melting (SLM).

839 citations

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01 Jul 1998-Toxicon
TL;DR: The most effective of these is the antibiotic rifampin (a drug approved for clinical use), which protects mice and rats against microcystin-induced lethality when given prophylactically and, in some cases, therapeutically.

823 citations

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TL;DR: The recent applications of fiber-reinforced polymer composites to naval ships and submarines are reviewed in this article, where the major benefits of using composites instead of conventional shipbuilding materials, such as steel and aluminium alloys, are identified.

799 citations

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20 Feb 2003-Nature
TL;DR: A new chronology corrects previous estimates for human burials at this important site and provides a new picture of Homo sapiens adapting to deteriorating climate in the world's driest inhabited continent.
Abstract: Australia's oldest human remains, found at Lake Mungo, include the world's oldest ritual ochre burial (Mungo III) and the first recorded cremation (Mungo I). Until now, the importance of these finds has been constrained by limited chronologies and palaeoenvironmental information. Mungo III, the source of the world's oldest human mitochondrial DNA, has been variously estimated at 30 thousand years (kyr) old, 42-45 kyr old and 62 +/- 6 kyr old, while radiocarbon estimates placed the Mungo I cremation near 20-26 kyr ago. Here we report a new series of 25 optical ages showing that both burials occurred at 40 +/- 2 kyr ago and that humans were present at Lake Mungo by 50-46 kyr ago, synchronously with, or soon after, initial occupation of northern and western Australia. Stratigraphic evidence indicates fluctuations between lake-full and drier conditions from 50 to 40 kyr ago, simultaneously with increased dust deposition, human arrival and continent-wide extinction of the megafauna. This was followed by sustained aridity between 40 and 30 kyr ago. This new chronology corrects previous estimates for human burials at this important site and provides a new picture of Homo sapiens adapting to deteriorating climate in the world's driest inhabited continent.

646 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Peng Shi137137165195
Wayne Hu9830833371
Johan A. Martens8872028126
Maria Forsyth8474933340
Patrick M. Sexton7535021559
Xungai Wang6867519654
Michael D. Lee6528816437
Tanya M. Monro6556815880
Jan E. Leach6422213086
Raymond C. Boston6345415839
Adrian P. Mouritz6128414191
Christine E. A. Kirschhock522319225
Robin J. Evans5255114169
Chun H. Wang513318300
Branko Ristic4825310982
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
20237
202213
20213
20203
201912
201814