The unstable state of the surrounding rock could cause collapse-induced damage and lead to tunnel collapse
. The scope of instability within the surrounding rock is regarded as the collapse
scope in the present study.
BEIRUT: The defense team for Claude Saade, an owner of a building which collapsed in a Beirut neighborhood in 2012, said its client was a "victim" of the old rent laws, and shifted blame for the collapse
on the government, instead.
Pastor in charge of the church, Temitope Joshua, attributed the cause of the collapse
to a mysterious helicopter flying repeatedly over the building.
* 41% support a new investigation of Building 7's collapse
, compared to 21% who oppose it.
Drawing on a detailed examination of post-collapse societies, including the Somali people of Africa, the Pashtuns of Afghanistan, the Roma of Central and Eastern Europe, and even the Russian mafia, "The Five Stages of Collapse
" describes successful adaptations in areas such as finance, self-governance, and social and cultural organization.
Tagged the ''Technical Investigative Panel on System Collapse
,'' the 13-member committee was given two weeks to, among others, determine the immediate and remote causes of system collapses
and review all the collapses
that had occurred from January to date.
Violations of building specifications are rampant in Egypt and are blamed for the frequent collapse
Hence, if one takes into account the identical manners, including the previous global context within the Universe, from which the system may evolve to the collapse
, one does not modify the initial null entropy of the system, since identical coins are identical coins into the input (t = 0) but not necessarily identical coins from the output (t = [tau]).
Firefighters responded to the collapse
of a flat roof on a five-bay garage on Walnut Street, in Clinton, late Tuesday afternoon.
Onlookers said it was lucky the collapse
happened at around 5.30am when there was nobody around.
ENGINEERS remained at the scene of a land collapse
: The Soviet example and American prospects
The definition of progressive collapse
has evolved over time and in different codes but essentially it is a phenomenon in which an initial local failure spread from element to element and eventually results in the collapse
of the whole structure or to an extent disproportionate to the original failure.
So too, the word "collapse
" has a different meaning depending on the jurisdiction.
On page 2, Bill Kipkie, a vice president at CVRD Inco, said one of the books he thought was worth reading twice was "Collapse
, How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed" by Jared Diamond, and on page 27, Chris Wray, the CAO from Wawa, was talking about how six small municipalities in Northern Ontario have come together to grapple with the near-death experience of being dependent on the forest today.