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close this bookBlending of New and Traditional Technologies - Case Studies (ILO - WEP, 1984, 312 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentPREFACE
View the documentChapter 1. Blending of new technologies with traditional economic activity*
View the documentChapter 2. Experience of the Green Revolution*
close this folderPART 2: CASE STUDIES
View the documentChapter 3. Application of microcomputers to Portugal’s agricultural management*
View the documentChapter 4. Off-line uses of microcomputers in selected developing countries*
View the documentChapter 5. The use of personal computers in Italian biogas plants*
View the documentChapter 6. Microelectronics in textile production: A family firm (United Kingdom) and cottage industry with AVL looms (United States)
View the documentChapter 7. Microelectronics in small/medium enterprises in the United Kingdom*
View the documentChapter 8. Integration of old and new technologies in the Italian (Prato) textile industry*
View the documentChapter 9. The use of numerically controlled machines on traditional lathes: The Brazilian capital goods industry*
View the documentChapter 10. Electronic load-controlled mini-hydroelectric projects: Experiences from Colombia, Sri Lanka and Thailand*
View the documentChapter 11. The application of biotechnology to metal extraction: The case of the Andean countries*
View the documentChapter 12. Cloning of Palm Oil Trees in Malaysia*
View the documentChapter 13. Technological Change in Palm Oil in Costa Rica*
View the documentChapter 14. Biotechnology applications to some African fermented foods*
View the documentChapter 15. Use of satellite remote-sensing techniques in West Africa*
View the documentChapter 16. India’s rural educational television broadcasting via satellites*
View the documentChapter 17. New construction materials for developing countries*
View the documentChapter 18. Photovoltaic solar-powered pump irrigation in Pakistan*
View the documentChapter 19. Photovoltaic power supply to a village in Upper Volta*
View the documentChapter 20. Prospects for successful blending*
View the document(introduction...)
close this folderI. Microelectronics/Electronics
View the documentA. Microprocessor/Computer Applications
View the documentB. Other microelectronics/electronics applications
View the documentII. Robotics and Numerically Controlled Machines
close this folderIII. Optoelectronics
View the documentA. Laser techniques
close this folderIV. Satellite Technology
View the documentA. Remote sensing applications
View the documentB. Satellite broadcasting
close this folderV. New materials
View the documentA. Ceramics and amorphous silicon
View the documentB. Fibre reinforced composites
View the documentVI. Biotechnology
close this folderVII. Miscellaneous
View the documentA. Irradiation techniques
View the documentB. New chemical processes


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