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Example Elastic Calculations for ElasT Toolkit (NERC Grant NE/M000125/1)

Elastic constants were calculated by using the stress-strain method and density functional theory for crystals of different symmetry. A toolkit was developed to facilitate the input preparation and...

Structure

Polygon feature representing a manmade construction that is not a building. Examples include a mast, a chimney, and a crane.

Ward

A ward contains features that are subdivisions of higher features for the purpose of voting (for example, a district ward is a subdivision of a district).

Site

Polygon feature which represents the recognisable extent of certain types of function or activity. Examples include a caravan site, a university, and a railway centre.

Compound Structure

Polygon feature which encompasses one or more components and represents a manmade construction that has been built for a specific purpose. Examples include a bridge, a dam, and an aqueduct.

Structure Line

Feature which has a line geometry and represents a linear, freestanding, manmade construction that is not a building and is not wide enough to capture as a structure. Examples include a gate or...

Built Address

The Built Address Feature Type represents local authority addresses that are currently built and live and can typically receive mail, deliveries, or services. For example, homes, shops, schools and...

Road

A road feature is a link set which represents a collection of road link features that share the same name (for example, Bilston Road) or classification number (for example, A41), used primarily by...

Land Point

An area on the Earth's surface that has not otherwise been captured as a Building Part, Structure Point, or Water Point feature and is too small to capture as a Land feature, for example, a...

Structure Point

Feature which has a point geometry and represents a freestanding manmade construction that is not a building and is less than 4m square but is considered to be of sufficient interest to be...

Path Link

A Path Link is a linear spatial object that defines the geometry and connectivity of the path network between two points in the network. Path Links will be split for connectivity purposes (for...

Historic Address

The Historic Address Feature Type represents local authority addresses that are no longer in existence. This can occur as a result of demolition or the merging of two built properties to become one...

Building Part

Polygon feature representing either a complete separate building, or part of a larger building where internal divisions exist from ground to roof level which can be identified externally. Examples...

Restriction

Restriction includes turn restrictions, restriction for vehicles, and access restrictions. Turn restrictions are a restriction based upon a vehicle manoeuvre. This type of restriction includes...

Land

Polygon feature representing an area on the Earth's surface that has not otherwise been captured as a Building Part, Rail, Road Track Or Path, Structure, or Water Feature Type. Examples of Land...

Path

A Path feature is a link set which represents a collection of Path Link features that share the same name (for example, Church Walk). A Path will reference the complete collection of Road Link...

National Archives - Workforce Management Data

The data in the file providing workforce management information shows the number of people we employ (headcount) and the full-time equivalent each month. The report includes the number of...

Non Addressable Object

The Non-Addressable Object Feature Type represents local authority and Ordnance Survey captured features that are currently live but are objects that would not be expected to be able to receive...

OS Linked Identifiers API

The OS Linked Identifiers API allows you to access the valuable relationships between properties, streets and OS MasterMap identifiers (TOIDs). Benefit from the valuable relationship found in OS...

Ferry Link

A Ferry Link is a linear spatial object which represents the connectivity of a vehicular ferry route across a body of water. A Ferry Link will only be captured where both terminals are located...