The Nelson Sports Council is ready to open its Sports Museum for the summer tourist season Saturday, July 7 in the Civic Centre and Nelson and District Community Complex Arenas. The museum exhibits are full of local hockey players who have made it big in the NHL, including Danny Gare, Greg Adams and Pat Price, along with skating and lacrosse memorabilia dating back before the Civic Centre was built in 1935.The museum also has an authentic collection of photos, sport artifacts and historic audio of game play by play for sport enthusiasts, historians and former Nelsonites to enjoy.The Grand Opening and Tour is set for Friday, July 6, at 4 p.m. in the Civic Centre Arena.The museum is open every Friday and Saturday until August 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday to Thursday, by appointment only by calling 250-352-3989.Admission is free.
Natasha Adams, Claire McGuigan,Ann-Marie McGlynnLifford AC ladies have been confirmed as the Athletics Ireland National 10k Team Champions.After beating off stiff competition from Donore Harriers and Raheny Shamrocks. The Lifford team consisted of Ann-Marie Mc Glynn, Natasha Adams and Claire Mc Guigan.The trio built on their recent run in the National Relay Champions where they finished 7th. Nastaha Adams has also picked up Silver in the 35+ category. This team had only started coming together last summer when Nastaha Adams joined the club. Nastasha who secured 2 silver medals in the National Masters Indoors in the 3000m and 1500m this year. These medals were won back to back in the space of an hour of each other. Natasha’s first win however came in the Danny Mc Daid 15k last Autumn in Letterkenny. Natasha also had a strong Cross Country season last winter with a 2nd in both the Donegal Novice event and the Ulster Novice which were both held in Killybegs. Natasha also competed in the National Novice Cross Country where she finished 8th overall in a very strong field.The next athlete to join the team was Ann-Marie McGlynn. Ann Marie who had been off the racing front for 6 years returned with a bang. Ann-Marie who has a list of stunning performances since last July. Ann Marie took a Bronze medal in the AAI indoor open games in the 1500m in Athlone. She then returned to the same track a few weeks later where she claimed a National Silver Medal in the 3000m. In cross country Ann Marie also had a great winter with a 3rd in the Donegal Senior. The Lifford team also secured a Silver medal in this event. Ann Marie most recent success was in the Omagh Half Marathon where she won the event. That was Ann Marie first ever time to race that distance which shows the determination of the Lifford AC to succeed in any event.The final piece of the jigsaw was completed when Claire Mc Guigan joined in the Autumn of last year. Claire’s biggest win since has been the Donegal Novice Cross Country last October where she finished ahead of clubmate Natasha Adams. Claire built on this with a 3rd in the Ulster Novice a month later. Claire also finished an impressive 3rd in the Waterside Half Marathon last September and also a 4th in the Omagh Half Marathon a number of weeks ago. Claire also raced the Cara Bundoran 10 mile in March this year where she was 4th finishing only 4 seconds from 3rd.Also a big mention to Bill Duncan who finished 9th in the 45+ category in the National 10k. Kevin Connolly who has been responsible for recruiting and coaching all 3 athletes is delighted with the results and the progress of his team. Kevin has put the success down to all the athletes in the group who all train together and work hard for each other, without everyone these results would have been more difficult to achieve. Kevin is expecting big things from his athletes this summer, no pressure though folks LIFFORD AC LADIES STRIKE GOLD! was last modified: April 25th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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Phonon propagating through a square lattice (atom displacements greatly exaggerated). Credit: Wikipedia For many years, physicists have used phonons to assist in describing the way heat moves through crystals. Thermal conductivity occurs via two processes: scattering between phonons due to atomic vibrations and disruptions to the lattice. This method has proven to be quite accurate for predicting the way heat will be conducted through many crystals, but for some, it has not worked well at all. In this new effort, the researchers added a new vibrational mode, relaxons, to improve results for such crystals.Relaxons, they explain, come about from coordinate frame changes that are different than for phonons—they decay to an equilibrium population over a well-defined lifetime. The researchers tested their new model by applying it to two materials: graphene and silicon. In silicon, the researchers found results within 2 percent of those conducted using the standard phonon approach, demonstrating success. With graphene, the researchers found different results—it read 8 times higher than that found using the standard phonon approach, which agreed with calculations performed prior to testing, indicating that it was a better approach. This suggests the new method offers a better means for making predictions of thermal conductivity when creating objects using graphene and perhaps other crystals. Adding relaxons is, in a sense, offering a new way to envision the means by which heat is conducted through certain types of crystals.The addition of relaxons to the field of heat conduction, the team notes, has implications for future theoretical studies—it could be used, perhaps, in work related to the interpretation of hydrodynamic transport, offering a new means for making predictions. The new model is also likely to have an impact on experimental research as well, particularly in mean free path spectroscopy, a new field in which researchers are looking to isolate the impact of carriers with different mean free paths to conductivity. Citation: Researchers introduce relaxons to help describe heat flow through some crystals (2016, October 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-10-relaxons-crystals.html Explore further © 2016 Phys.org More information: arxiv.org/abs/1603.02608 A team of researchers with École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland has introduced a new vibrational mode called a relaxon to the field of heat conduction theory to describe the way heat flows through some crystals. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review X, the team describes their new model and how well it worked when testing it with two particular crystals. Journal information: Physical Review X Thermoelectric silicon material reaches record-low thermal conductivity This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.