Augustin, Christian

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Das neue Denken. Das Neue denken : Wie kommt das Neue in die (Waren-)Welt?

2017, Augustin, Christian

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History and Production of Hollow Spheres

2009, Augustin, Christian, Hungerbach, Wolfgang

This chapter will deal with historic aspects and offer an insight into the origins of Hollow Sphere manufacturing processes up until the present day, highlighting various interesting Hollow Sphere technologies and ideas from old patents. The second part of the chapter will concentrate on production and process application of the present day Hollow Spheres.

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Production of hollow spheres (HS) and hollow sphere structures (HSS)

2009, Augustin, Christian, Hungerbach, Wolfgang

In our paper we focus on component materials, production and prospective applications of metallic hollow spheres. We give an insight into technology, production, and the hollow spheres' diversity. It is our aim to provide an overview of the technology and enable the reader to evaluate whether the hollow spheres technology meets their specific needs.

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Ambrosius Roggerius OP : Lvcerna Prinicipis Christiani; ex uariji Sacræ Scipturæ Sanctorumque Patrum authoritatibus atque Philosophorum dictis; ein Fürstenspiegel für Erzherzog Ferdinand Ernst (Kaiser Ferdinand III.)

2008, Augustin, Christian, Hengerer, Mark, Mayr, Stefan, Schnadenberger, Eva, Vögele, Michael, Thoben, Melanie

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Problems in the Identification of Application Areas of Hollow Spheres and Hollow Sphere Structures

2009, Augustin, Christian

Victor Hugo (1802-1865) is attributed the verifiably false quotation that nothing is as powerful as an idea, whose time has come. Be that as it may, this quotation is at first a causality statement, which combines the presence of a certain idea in connection with specific basic conditions (time) as almost inevitable for a certain successful development. At first thought this linkage, that if an idea finds its perfect timing it will be successful, seems to be evident. By “time” we not only mean the chronological period, but as an abstract category of environmental conditions that occur at this time at a specific place.