In „Rum: Shake Muddle Stir´´ stellt Dan Jones seinen Lesern die besten Rumproduzenten der Welt vor, ebenso wie einige der aufregendsten Mischungen, die sich aus der Spirituose herstellen lassen. Perfekt für alle Fans des klassischen Cuba Libre, die gerne etwas Neues entdecken möchten. Diese Cocktails auf Rumbasis besitzen nicht nur Stil und Geschmack, es sind wahre Alleskönner: Von der erfrischend-fruchtigen Pina Colada, die an die entspannten Strände von Hawaii erinnert, bis hin zu den dunklen, stürmischen Geschmacksnoten der unartigen Dirty Little Ruby – eine perfekte Mischung aus süß und sauer. Mit all den Klassikern, wie Mai Tai, Negroni und dem köstlichen Hot Rum Toddy, inspiriert Dan seine Leser im Handumdrehen zu abenteuerlicheren Mischungen, wie dem gehaltvollen Yuzu Ginger Daiquiri. Mit mehr als 40 betörenden Cocktails und Rezepten für Sirups, Sours, Tees und vieles mehr zeigt „Rum: Shake Muddle Stir´´, wie vielseitig die goldfarbene Spirituose ist und beweist, dass es für jeden Geschmack ein Getränk auf Rumbasis gibt, das nur darauf wartet, entdeckt zu werden.
For seven days in April 1968, students occupied five buildings on the campus of Columbia University to protest a planned gymnasium in a nearby Harlem park, links between the university and the Vietnam War, and what they saw as the universityâs unresponsive attitude toward students and faculty. Exhilarating to some and troubling to others, the student protests paralyzed the university, grabbed the worldâs attention, and inspired other uprisings. Fifty years after the events, A Time to Stir captures the reflections of those who participated in and witnessed the Columbia rebellion.With more than sixty essays from members of the Columbia chapter of Students for a Democratic Society, the Studentsâ Afro-American Society, faculty, undergraduates who opposed the protests, âoutside agitators,â and members of the New York Police Department, A Time to Stir sheds light on the politics, passions, and ideals of the 1960s. Moving beyond accounts from the student movementâs white leadership, this book presents the perspectives of black students, who were dealing with their uneasy integration into a supposedly liberal campus, as well as the views of women, who increasingly questioned their second-class status within the protest movement and society at large. A Time to Stir also speaks to the complicated legacy of the uprising. For many, the events at Columbia inspired a lifelong dedication to social causes while for others they signaled the beginning of the chaos that would soon engulf Students for a Democratic Society. Taken together, these reflections present a nuanced and moving portrait that reflects the sense of possibility and excess that characterized the 1960s.
Stir-frying is one of the quickest and easiest ways to cook - and one of the healthiest, using little oil and retaining more nutrients than many other methods. It also requires very little equipment - all you need a wok, a knife and a chopping board. Learning what separates a good stir-fry from a great one, however, is not always so easy to master. Indeed, it is all about timing, knowing when to add what and how to get the best out of each ingredient. With tips on everything from controlling the heat to using the right oil, bestselling author Ching-He Huang has gathered together a collection of delicious dishes, simple enough for every day and with nutrition, taste and affordability in mind. Many are gluten and dairy free, as well as suitable for vegans and vegetarians, and include both Asian and Western ingredients readily available in any supermarket. So whether or not you eat meat, love carbs or prefer to avoid them, want something special or find yourself having to feed your family, Stir Crazy will do the trick.
Friction Stir Casting Modification for Enhanced Structural Efficiency: A Volume in the Friction Stir Welding and Processing Book Series summarizes current research and applications of friction stir processing techniques for casting modification. Research in this area has shown significant benefit in terms of fatigue performance as a result of friction stir processing. This book addresses the latest research, providing readers with a summary of these results and new guidelines for designers. Provides the benefits of friction stir casting, including its solid phase process, low distortion of workpiece, good dimensional stability and repeatability, high joint strength, and more Summarizes current research and applications of friction stir processing techniques for casting modification Presents it usage in the production of products such as rugs, wire, or any other gases, and its applications for decreased fuel consumption in light weight aircraft, and its automotive and ship applications Dr. Saumyadeep Jana, a staff scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, works in the area of friction stir welding and processing of various ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Dr. Jana, a metallurgical engineer by training and profession, studies the correlation between microstructure, joint properties, and processing conditions. Dissimilar metal joining through friction stir welding (FSW), high strength low alloy (HSLA) steel FSW development, aluminum alloy casting modification through friction stir are some of the works Dr. Jana has been greatly involved with. Dr. Jana earned his Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology, Rolla in 2009. During his Ph.D., Dr. Jana investigated the effects of friction stir processing on the fatigue behavior of an automotive grade cast aluminum alloy. To date, Dr. Jana has nine peer-reviewed journal publications and one U.S. patent to his credit. His total citation record stands at 394 with an h-index of 7.
FSP is manufacturing the Technique used to modify the microstructure metals. In this process a rotating tool is penetrated in the work piece and moved in the transverse direction. Further FSP technique is used for fabrication of surface composite on aluminium substrate and homogenization of powder metallurgy aluminium alloy, metal matrix composites, and the cast aluminium alloys. By this process material properties can be improved due to enhancement of grain structure. With this technique the material have shown good corrosion resistance, high strength and high fatigue resistance.
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Short-term interest rate futures (Stir futures) are one of the largest and most liquid financial markets in the world. This book includes: details on the effects of the financial crisis on Stir futures pricing and trading an analysis of relative value tr
Aluminium is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon), and the most abundant metal in the Earth´s crust. Aluminium is remarkable for the metal´s low density and for its ability to resist corrosion due to the phenomenon of passivation. Structural components made from aluminium and its alloys are vital to the aerospace industry and are important in other areas of transportation and structural materials Welding plays a crucial role or say as a back bone of manufacturing industry to join the components. Friction stir welding (FSW) is a relatively new joining process that has been demonstrated in a variety of metals such as steel, titanium, lead, copper and aluminium. The unique properties of friction stir welds make possible some completely new structural designs with significant impact to ship design and construction. Friction stir welding is especially advantageous for joining aluminium and has been exploited commercially around the world in several industries. In the present work the effects of welding speed have been investigated on the microstructural and mechanical properties of friction stir welded aluminium alloy 6063. FSW was carried out at rotational speed of 1300 rpm (constant) and transverse speeds of 35, 50 and 65 mm/min. Mechanical performance has been investigated in terms of hardness, wear resistance and tensile strength. To study the effect of post welding heat treatment on properties of friction stir welded joint, the artificial ageing was carried out at 1600 C for a soaking period of 20 hours in the muffle furnace. The study revealed that friction stir welded joint prepared at welding speed of 35 mm/min exhibited better tensile strength, hardness and wear resistance. Better mechanical properties of the joint prepared at welding speed of 35 mm/min may be attributed due to fine, homogeneous and equaxed grain structure of stir zone. Post welding heat treatment of friction stir welded joint improved the wear resistance and microhardness of the joint. However tensile properties deteriorated with the post welding heat treatment of joint.