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May 31, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Deep into the Water: Exploring the Hydro-Electromagnetic and Quantum-Electrodynamic Properties of Interfacial Water in Living Systems

Claudio Messori
Normal water structures are maintained largely by interactions with bi-omacromolecular surfaces and weak electromagnetic fields, which enable extended networks for electron and proton conductivity. All standard chemistry is totally reliant on electrostatics and avoids all mention of elec-trodynamics and the consequent radiation field, which is supporting the notion of water as a primary mediator of biological effects induced via e

May 15, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Elaboration and Performance Analysis of a Bio-Based Insulating Liquid from Castor Oil for Power Transformers

Emeric Tchamdjio Nkouetcha, Ghislain Mengata Mengounou, Adolphe Moukengue Imano
The research for new mineral oil substitutes focuses on vegetable oils known for their biodegradability and low toxicity. This paper focuses on the development and analysis of physicochemical and dielectric properties of a bio-based insulating liquid from castor oil. Castor oil is an inedible tropical resource. It has a good annual oil yield and is widely available in developing countries. Cold pressing of castor seeds is the most

Apr 04, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Characterization and Prognostication of Wastes Generated by Industries in Kampala Industrial and Business Park—Namanve

Timothy Omara, Nicodemus Othieno, Jimmy Obonge, Stephen Ssebulime, Moureen Kansiime
Kampala Industrial and Business Park (KIBP) features as the premier and the best planned industrial complex in Uganda’s history that impacts the inner Murchison Bay of Lake Victoria. The number of operational establishments in the park has raised environmental concerns; air, land and water pollution are significantly magnified by the close proximity of industries. Furthermore, in-dustrial trucks have created u

Mar 27, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Study on Computer Software Applied in Teaching of Design of Chemical Engineering Principles

Tingting Tang, Jun Wang
Design of chemical engineering principles is an essential course to improve chemical engineering major students’ capacity of engineering design and practical application. This paper mainly introduces the application of some popular calculation software or application software in the teaching of chemical engineering principle curriculum design. The basic functions and characteristics and the significance and existing problems of us

Dec 28, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Electronic Specific Heat of Iron Pnictides Based on Electron-Cooper Pair Interaction

Abel Mukubwa
The discovery of iron pnictides in 2006 added on the number of materials that have the potential to transmit electricity with close zero d.c resistance. High-temperature iron-based superconductors have been obtained through modification, mostly by doping, of the initially low-temperature iron-based superconductors. Unlike in LTSC, the energy gap in HTSC requires a theory, beyond spin fluctuati

Oct 15, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Thermodynamic Properties of Yttrium Based Cuprate Due to Electron-Cooper Pair Interaction Using BVT

Abel Wamalwa Mukubwa, Jared Oloo Odhiambo, John Wanjala Makokha
Since the discovery of high temperature superconductivity (HTSC), there have been varied results concerning the high pairing energy in the unconventional superconductivity. In an attempt to unearth the mechanism behind the high pairing energy, we study a model in which an excited electron interacts with a Cooper pair. The interaction was studied earlier on using second quantization which depended on a wave function. We now use Bog

Sep 30, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Prediction of the Fragmentation Pathway of Valsartan Protonated Ion

Dev Kant Shandilya, Rekha Israni, Peter Edward Joseph
Introduction: A fragmentation pathway of valsartan protonated ion proposed based on rational interpretation workflows. Method: The mass spectral data (MS, MS/MS, and MS3) of valsartan protonated ion, were attained by electrospray positive ionization with flow injection analysis; using liquid chromatography systems hyphenated with hybrid tandem mass spectrometer (Q-trap). Results: The pathway of fragm

Aug 31, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Methane Gas Emissions: Methods of Improving the Efficiency of the Biggest Landfill Gas Waste to Energy Project in the Middle East Installed in Amman, Jordan

Constantine Hadjidimoulas
In a world of increasing population and consumption, there is a pressing need to use our resources in the best possible way. This involves reducing the generation of waste, achieving high-quality recycling and efficient use of the residual waste for highly productive clean energy generation. A waste-to-energy facility may generate a range of energy outputs such as electricity, district heating, steam for industrial processes and m

May 31, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Gas Condensate Wells Simulation to Optimize Well Flow Performance Using Tubing Equations Coupled with Inflow-Performance-Relation (IPR) Curve

Ahmadreza Ejraei Bakyani, Alireza Rasti, Sajjad Qazvini, Feridun Esmaeilzadeh
Wells performance is evaluated by IPR curves that show the relationship between bottomhole pressure and inflow rate. This curve and its outcome equation can be applied for production schedule and maintenance management of well and reservoir. But, the measuring of bottomhole pressure to approach these curves needs much time and high expenses and also running special tools in wells. In these operations, the probability of catastroph

Nov 29, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Statistical, Data-Driven Approach to Forecasting Production from Liquid-Rich Shale Reservoirs

Ibukun Makinde
The oil and gas industry needs fast and simple techniques of forecasting oil and gas production. Forecasting production from unconventional, low permeability reservoirs is particularly challenging. As a contribution to the continuing efforts of finding solutions to this problem, this paper studies the use of a statistical, data-driven method of forecasting production from liquid-rich shale (LRS) reservoirs called the Principal C