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

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2009
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Multifunctional metallic hollow sphere structures : manufacturing, properties and application / Öchsner, Andreas; Augustin, Christian (ed.). - Berlin : Springer, 2009. - pp. 195-212. - ISBN 978-3-642-00490-2
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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.
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ISO 690AUGUSTIN, Christian, 2009. Problems in the Identification of Application Areas of Hollow Spheres and Hollow Sphere Structures. In: ÖCHSNER, Andreas, ed., Christian AUGUSTIN, ed.. Multifunctional metallic hollow sphere structures : manufacturing, properties and application. Berlin:Springer, pp. 195-212. ISBN 978-3-642-00490-2. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-00491-9_11
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@incollection{Augustin2009Probl-58212,
year={2009},
doi={10.1007/978-3-642-00491-9_11},
title={Problems in the Identification of Application Areas of Hollow Spheres and Hollow Sphere Structures},
isbn={978-3-642-00490-2},
publisher={Springer},
booktitle={Multifunctional metallic hollow sphere structures : manufacturing, properties and application},
pages={195--212},
editor={Öchsner, Andreas and Augustin, Christian},
author={Augustin, Christian}
}

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