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Simulation of Thermal Explosion of Catalytic Granule in Fluctuating Temperature Field  [PDF]
Igor Derevich, Daria Galdina
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2013.15001

Method for numerical simulation of the temperature of granule with internal heat release in a medium with random temperature fluctuations is proposed. The method utilized the solution of a system of ordinary stochastic differential equations describing temperature fluctuations of the surrounding and granule. Autocorrelation function of temperature fluctuations has a finite decay time. The suggested method is verified by the comparison with exact analytical results. Random temperature behavior of granule with internal heat release qualitatively differs from the results obtained in the deterministic approach. Mean first passage time of granules temperature intersecting critical temperature is estimated at different regime parameters.

Thermodynamic stability of ice models in the vicinity of a critical point
Alexandra Galdina,Eugenia Soldatova
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: The properties of the two-dimensional exactly solvable Lieb and Baxter models in the critical region are considered based on the thermodynamic method of investigation of a one-component system critical state. From the point of view of the thermodynamic stability the behaviour of adiabatic and isodynamic parameters for these models is analyzed and the types of their critical behaviour are determined. The reasons for the violation of the scaling law hypothesis and the universality hypothesis for the models are clarified.
Service Quality Experience and Customers’ Behavioural Intentions in Active Sport Tourism  [PDF]
Anna Romiti, Daria Sarti
Modern Economy (ME) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.712127
Abstract: This paper analyzes the role played by experience in the loyalty and intent to return of sports tourists to a running race. The data for this study were collected through an online questionnaire filled in by 984 participants of one of the most important international running races in Italy. A regression analysis was conducted to evaluate the data. The results showed that aesthetic dimensions (the valence and the venue) were the principal determinant of loyalty for active sports tourists. The principal determinants of the intent to return were the venue and the technical quality (the value and the challenge). This study provides suggestions for future research and gives useful insights into managerial implications for sports tourism management.
Unaccustomed Earth: The West and India in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Narrative Unaccustomed Earth: l’Occidente e l’India nella narrativa di Jhumpa Lahiri
Daria Parisi
Between , 2011,
Abstract: This article focuses on the representations of the West and of India in Jhumpa Lahiri’s fiction through the analysis of one of her more significant short stories, “Mrs. Sen’s”, appearing in her collection, Interpreter of Maladies (1999; Pulitzer Prize, 2000). In this short story, Lahiri uses most of the recurrent discursive strategies, themes, and motifs of her fiction, such as the use of the point of view of children, the female identity and loneliness, strangeness as a means to represent the human condition, and colours and food as cultural difference. “Mrs. Sen’s” is the story of the meeting of two kinds of loneliness and two cultures, that of an American boy, Eliot and that of his Bengali babysitter, Mrs Sen. The analysis of the short story is inducive, in that it focuses on the images of the text as they gradually come to the reader’s imagination. It emerges that the representations of India and the West, i.e. United States in this short story, are antithetically built through the opposition of colour/non-colour, noise/silence, full/empty, hot/cold, covered/naked, and smell/odourlessness. Through Eliot’s unmasking point of view, these antitheses will prove the “accustomed earth”, the United States, to be as strange to him as to Mrs Sen; while Mrs Sen’s India will appear a warmer and more comfortable place, although far beyond their reach. Nell’articolo le rappresentazioni dell’India e dell’Occidente sono illustrate attraverso l’analisi di uno dei racconti più significativi della produzione narrativa di Jhumpa Lahiri, Da Mrs Sen, contenuto nella prima raccolta di racconti dell’autrice, L’interprete dei malanni (1999; vincitrice del Premio Pulitzer nel 2000). In questo racconto sono utilizzati procedimenti, motivi e temi tipici della narrativa della Lahiri, quali il punto di vista dei bambini, la solitudine e l’identità femminile, l’estraneità quale essenza della condizione umana, il cibo e i colori come segni della diversità culturale. Da Mrs Sen rappresenta l’incontro di due culture e due solitudini, quelle di Eliot, un ragazzino americqno, e quelle della sua baby sitter bengalese, Mrs Sen. L’analisi del racconto procede per via induttiva, focalizzando sulle immagini del testo così come esse si presentano all’immaginazione del lettore. Ne risulta che le rappresentazioni dell’India e dell’Occidente sono costruite anteticamente attraverso le opposizioni colore/non colore, pieno/vuoto, caldo/freddo, coperto/nudo, odoroso/inodore: attraverso il punto di vista smascheratorio di Eliot queste antitesi sveleranno che quello che costituiva la sua “accustome
L'enfant des steppes dans l'imagerie et la littérature soviétique pour enfants (1917-1953)
Daria Sinichkina
Strenae : Recherches sur les Livres et Objets Culturels de l'Enfance , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/strenae.568
Abstract: De la révolution d'octobre 1917 à la mort de Staline en 1953, des considérations de Realpolitik autant que d'idéologie furent projetées sur l'image de l'enfant des peuples allogènes d'URSS. L'épisode internationaliste qui vit na tre, dans les magazines, livres et journaux des images d'enfants heureux explorateurs d'un monde nouveau fut rapidement suivi d’une systématisation des représentations : d'indifférenciés, les enfants devinrent égaux , unis dans le symbole immuable du jeune pionnier, la cravate rouge. Cependant, dans les années 1930 vit le jour une représentation radicalement différente de l'enfant allogène, transformé par la propagande en incarnation cynique et pervertie de l'utopie socialiste.
Health, Islam and Alternative Capitalism. Three possible Key Factors in Developing Somaliland
Daria Zizzola
Storicamente , 2012,
Abstract: The main aim of this paper is to investigate the socio, political and economic dynamics that have occurred in Somaliland in the last decades. Even though this country is still unrecognized by the international community, Somaliland’s economy has undertaken an enduring growth, above all in the private entrepreneurial sector. The author argues that religion has had an important role in the Somali cultural and social identification. According to this assumption, the article analyzes the Islamic factor by showing how it has led to the creation of many alternative connections supported by mutual trust and religious solidarity among involved communities. These connections are somehow fulfilling the absence of political legitimacy while progressively substituting conventional routes of intra-national negotiation, like diplomacy. To confirm this tendency, specific arguments are drawn from Somaliland’s health sector. The health care system is considered a preferential index to evaluate the level of national development. Above all, the private non-profit sector gives some evidence of the Somali capacity of running competitive private businesses while multiplying simultaneously their resources and suppliers with a consequent increase in autonomy and efficiency. This successful compromise bears the fruits of Somali engagement and can be identified by their inexhaustible adaptability to adverse conditions and their ability to avoid, not deny, the rational rules imposed by external actors and their ostensible, insurmountable interests.
Figurative use of past tense in Russian: a case study
Daria Chernova
Poljarnyj Vestnik , 2010,
Abstract: This article discusses past tense verbs in collocations with the future tense adverbial завтра ‘tomorrow'. It is shown that the past tense grammeme can express habitual, hypothetical and conditional meanings that are related through metonymy.
Yellow Fever: A Deadly Disease Poised to Kill Again
Daria Pylpiak
University of Toronto Medical Journal , 2007, DOI: 10.5015/utmj.v84i3.23
Effets sémantiques et fonctionnalité dramatique de quelques interjections dans les Euménides d’Eschyle
Daria Francobandiera
Methodos : Savoirs et Textes , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/methodos.2950
Abstract: Cette étude vise à reconstruire la fonction dramatique des interjections attestées dans la première partie des Euménides ( , ο ο , πυπ ξ, π ποι, ), afin de montrer les effets que peuvent produire dans le texte les emplois ou les contre-emplois d’une interjection donnée. This study aims to reconstruct the dramatic function of the interjections present in the first part of Eumenides ( , ο ο , πυπ ξ, π ποι, ), in order to show the effects that the uses or counter-uses of a given interjection can produce in the text.
Hipotonia ortostatyczna i zespó zamkni cia a fizjologia wiadomo ci (Orthostatic Hypotomy, the Lock on Syndrome, and the Physiology of Consciousness)
Daria Schetz
Analiza i Egzystencja , 2011,
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to sketch out the idea how to conjoin the physiological perspective with the philosophical perspective in the full account of human emotions. It discusses cognitive and phenomenological aspects of emotions and deploys the James-Lange argument against the claim that mental states causally precedephysiological occurrences in the body. Given the results of this discussion and taking into account two medical diseases known as orthostatic hypotomy and lock on syndrome, it is argued that the James-Lange conception of the causal direction of stimuli may provide a strong clue to the solution of the philosophical problemconcerning the direction of causation between mind and body.
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