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Objective: To estimate the potential impact of an HIV/AIDS Vaccine in Kenya. Design: The Kenyan HIV/AIDS epidemic was modeled using the most current data from national sources including epidemiology and behavioral surveillance. The model’s baseline projection was validated against adult HIV prevalence at antenatal clinics and general population surveys. The model was used to analyze the effects of scaling up current prevention programs and adding potential HIV vaccines with varying levels of effectiveness and coverage. Results: Even with full scale-up of currently available prevention, care and treatment programs, new infections will continue to burden Kenya. The introduction of a partially effective AIDS vaccine could significantly alter the trajectory of the epidemic. Conclusion: The game changing impact that an AIDS vaccine could have on the AIDS epidemic in Kenya under-scores the importance of sustaining political support and financial investment to accelerate HIV/AIDS vaccine research and development.
Fluidized bed combustion behavior of coal and biomass is of practical
interest due to its significant involvement in heating systems and power plant
operations. This combustion behavior has been studied by many experimental
techniques along with different kinetic models. In this study, SO2 emissions have been studied out in a pilot scale test facility of Circulating
Fluidized Bed combustor (70 KW) under fast fluidized bed conditions burning
coal with Pakistani wheat straw. One dimensional Mathematical model is being
developed to predict the SO2 emissions under different operating
conditions like bed temperature, Ca/S molar ratio, solids circulation rate,
excess air ratio and secondary to primary air ratio. These parameters are
varied to validate the model and encouraging correlation is found between the
experimental values and model predictions.
In this paper, we will explain the relevance of the starant graphs, graphs created by us in the year of 2002. They were basically circulant graphs with a star graph that connects to all the vertices of the circulant graphs from inside of them, but they did not exist as a separate object of study in the year of 2002, as for all we knew. We now know that they can be used to model even social networking interactions, and they do that job better than any other graph we could be trying to use there. With the development of our mathematical tools, lots of conclusions will be made much more believable and therefore will become much more likely to get support from the relevant industries when attached to new queries.
Time is a difficult topic for the scientist.
This paper investigates how this particular subject is considered in economics today
and what the implications are. We demonstrate that today orthodoxy has avoided
to treat the temporal element, creating a dangerous contradiction at its inside. A reconsideration of time has to be
formulated, since the reintegration of the chronological entity offers better
interpretations for several phenomena such as economic crisis.