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Aug 22, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Analysis of Characteristics of the Lightning around the Capsized “Oriental Star” Incident

Guoliang Li, Jun Li, Xiang Li, Ying Pi
For the study of characteristics of the lightning around the capsized “Oriental Star” incident, this paper analyzes the lightning space distribution in the surrounding, preliminary judging from characteristics of the lightning figure out the form of disastrous weather patterns. It is concluded that: the wreck accident happened in lightning highest frequency period, also most lightning frequency region, as well as the biggest negat
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Aug 21, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Preliminary Study of Fluidization Curves in Polydisperse Beds Formed by a Binary Mixture of Raphanus sativus L. Husk and Sand

Leandro Gomes, Vitória Sgorla, Angenor Auler, Matheus Villares, Jonatan Vuelma, Flávia Zinani, Fernando Santos
Seeking to use an increasingly clean and sustainable energy matrix, the use of biomass derivatives becomes an increasingly present alternative. Among the processes that can be used to generate higher added value products from biomass, the gasification process is highlighted. The irregular and spherical shape of the biomass particles inserted in the bed make this process difficult, however, and it is necessary to add an inert mater
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Aug 21, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Effect of Substrate Temperature on Structural and Optical Properties of Au/SiO2 Nanocomposite Films Prepared by RF Magnetron Sputtering

Ahmed Belahmar, Ali Chouiyakh
Silica films containing gold nanoparticles were grown by magnetron radio frequency (rf) sputtering technique under various deposition conditions. The structural and optical properties of the composite films deposited at 400℃ substrate temperature were compared with those deposited at room temperature. Effect of substrate temperature of AuNPs on micro structural properties of the Au/SiO2
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Aug 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Vegetation Structure (Background) on the Territory of Planned Coal Mine (Irkutsk Region)

Alexander P. Sizykh
Within investigations for project and establishing of a coal mine, preliminary survey aimed to revealing of modern state of vegetation at the territory of establishing of projected coal mine was performed. The information of the structure of phytocenoses modern state can be a reference position for the assessment of a possible impact of technical activities on the state of phytocenoses around
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Aug 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

An Advocacy Approach to Scaling up Involvement of Men in Maternal and Neonatal Child Health: A Model of Meteitei Sub-County of Kenya

Simon Macharia Kamau, Leah Chepkurui Ng’eno, Lily Chepketer Ng'eno
Male partners would tend to isolate themselves when it reaches a time when a woman is in the perinatal period. With men incorporated Meteitei region showcased that the death of another mother neonate or child was one too many, and was not excusable. Ultimately it should be possible to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV. Method: This study employed adv
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Aug 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Using Gamification to Teach Students Programming Concepts

Rania Elshiekh, Laurie Butgerit
Gamification is the use of game concepts in a non-gaming environment. It is used in many fields such as business, health and education. The problem of learning programming language has existed for a long time and researchers seek to solve this problem. Most instructors agree that there is a problem when teaching programming and many students are unable to understand programming logic. So there must be a method to encourage them. S
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Aug 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Performance of Egg-Shell and Fish-Scale as Adsorbent Materials for Chromium (VI) Removal from Effluents of Tannery Industries in Eastern Uganda

Sam Bamukyaye, William Wanasolo
The performance of egg-shells and fish-scales biomaterials in separating chromium (VI) ions from tannery effluents obtained from tannery industries in Jinja town of Eastern Uganda was investigated. Using crushed egg-shell and fish-scales as adsorbents, sorption tests were carried out to determine the effects of bio-sorbent concentration and particle size on chromium (VI) removal. The adsorbate concentration in the tannery effluent
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Aug 15, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Vitamin D Deficiency Is Correlated with Severity of Allergic Rhinitis

Melati Sudiro, Bony Wiem Lestari, Teti Madiadipoera, Budi Setiabudiawan, Thaufiq Siddiq Boesoirie
Background: Vitamin D deficiency has been targeted as a cause of the increased incidence of allergic rhinitis. Many factors, including sun exposure, influence vitamin D levels. Indonesia is a country with abundant sunshine exposure throughout the year; therefore, Indonesian residents are not expected to have inadequate vitamin D levels. Objective: This study aimed to investigate whether vitamin D deficiency levels are correlated w
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Aug 11, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Platelet Characterization in Helicobacter Pylori Patients

Sahwa Ahmed Ali, Nasr Eldeen Ali Mohammed Gaufri
Background: Recently the data has been increasing on the association between Helicobacter pylori infection and thrombocytopenia characterization specifically in developing countries. Objective: This study was aimed to evaluate platelet count and platelet indices in Helicobacter pylori infected
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Aug 11, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Neolaborism: A Theory of Political Economy on the Value of Human Labor as Opposed to Artificial Labor as the Ultimate Means of the Economy in the XXI Century

Luis F. Copertari
Neolaborism is a theory that can easily be applied in political economy explaining the value of the economies as a function of the salaries and profit paid and received, respectively. Neolaborism can be defined as the idea that only through the increases in salaries and profits received tied to increases in productivity at least as large as those increases in salaries and profits the economy can grow. Such productivity increases m
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