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Evaluate Tectonic Activity of Tehran City (Iran) Based on Geomorphic Indices, Field Investigation and Remote Sensing Study  [PDF]
Z. Mohammadi Asl, M. R. Abbassi
Open Journal of Earthquake Research (OJER) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojer.2019.81002
Active tectonics in the south part of Alborz Mountain (Iran) has greatly influenced the drainage system and geomorphic expressions. The metropolis of Tehran is located at the southern foothills of the Alborz Mountains at the abrupt topographic boundary between the mountain range and the northern border of the central Kavir Desert. The presence of active faults and tectonic activity, threatens the area and shows the vulnerability of this Tehran city. So the evaluation of active tectonics of Tehran City is necessary because of vast human activity, which has hidden geomorphic feature. Active tectonics of Tehran City was evaluated by using Digital elevation model (DEM) derived drainage network and three geomorphic indices basin (asymmetry factor (AF), basin shape index (Bs) and mountain front sinuosity (Smf)). The average of the three measured geomorphic indices was used to evaluate the distribution of relative tectonic activity in the study area. Furthermore to overcome some inevitable error in this method, field investigation was carried out also remote sense was studied, and finally the obtained results were compared with existing seismic data. The result confirms that the East South, East North and West North Tehran have high rate of relative tectonic activity (RTA) respectively.
Isolation of low density lipoprotein (LDL) with its modification by Copper ion and Malondialdehyde (MDA)
Mohammadi R,Doosty M
Tehran University Medical Journal , 1999,
Abstract: Oxidation of low density lipoproteins (LDLs) is belived to be an important step in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. During oxidation, LDL particle undergoes a large number of structural changes that alters its biological properties, so it becomes atherogenic. To study atherogenic proteins, usually two forms of modified LDLs, including Cu2+-oxidized LDL (ox-LDL) and malondialdehyde (MDA) modified LDL (mal-LDL) are used. In this study, LDL was isolated from 72 ml freshly prepared plasma by sequential Floatation Ultracentrifugation (SFU), which resulted in separation of 12.5 mg LDL protein. LDL oxidation was accomplished in Phosphate Buffered Saline (PBS) with 2μM cupric sulfate, and mal-LDL was prepared by incubating LDL in PBS with 0.5 M solution of freshly prepared MDA. These modifications were evaluated by measuring optical density at 234 nm, Thiobarbitoric Acid Reactive Substances (TBARS), and electrophoretic mobility at pH 8.6. The increase of 234 nm absorption reflected initiation of LDL oxidation. TBARS of ox-LDL and mal-LDL was 80 Nm MAD/mg LDL protein and 400 nm MDA/mg LDL protein, respectively. Electrophoretic mobility of ox-LDL and mal-LDL, in respect to native LDL (n-LDL), were increased.
The self-consistent method in calculating the ratio by using the structure functions and EMC ratios for 3He and 3H
M Modarres,R Mohammadi
Iranian Journal of Physics Research , 2007,
Abstract: By using the convolution formalism which consists of Fermi motion and binding effect, we investigate the deep inelastic electron scattering from A=3 mirror in the deep-valence region. The initial valence quark input is taken from the GRVs (Gluck, Reya and Vogt) fitting procedure and the next-to-leading order QCD evolution on FP2 (x,Q2) which gives very good fit to the available data in the (x,Q2)-plane. It is shown that the free neutron to proton structure function ratios can be extracted from the corresponding EMC ratios for 3He and 3H mirror nuclei using the self - consistent iteration procedure and the results are in good agreement with other theoretical models as well as the current available experimental data and especially the projected data expected from the proposed 11GeV Jefferson Laboratory in near future.
Evaluating the Response of Bread Wheat Genotypes to Weed Interference under Dryland Conditions
A. Abdulahi,R. Mohammadi
Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources , 2008,
Abstract: The response of bread wheat genotypes to weed interference was evaluated under dryland conditions. An experiment was conducted with 26 genotypes of bread wheat and two known cultivars, Sardari and Azar2, as checks in a strip plot (Split block) arrangement based on Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with four replications in 2002-03 at Dryland Agricultural Research Institute, Srarood, Kermanshah. Weed-free and weedyconditions were assigned to horizontal factor with genotypes as vertical factor. Plant height, number of seeds per spike, number of spikes per square meter, grain yield, weed density and dry matter, and indices of Weed Interference Tolelance Index (WITI) and Competition Index (CI) were recorded. Mean comparison showed that genotypes 13, 1, 26 and 8 had higher grain yield than those of checks under both weed-free and weedy conditions. These genotypes also had higher WITI in comparison with the checks. According to CI values, genotypes No. 1, 9, 13, 26 and 27 including checks had a high potential of weed competition. Results of stepwise regression analysis based on WITI as the dependent variable indicated that the number of spike, plant height and number of seed per spike had positive and significant effects on WITI. On the wole, considering WITI and grain yield as two main attributes, genotypes 13, 26, 1 and 8 were selected as appropriate since they showed a high weed competitive ability and also produced higher grain yields under both weedy and weed-free conditions.
Minimizing Products Rates Variation in Just-in-Time Mixed-Model Manufacturing  [PDF]
Ghorbanali Mohammadi, Darius Mohammadi
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2016.62017
Abstract: Mixed-Model assembly lines are often used in manufacturing based on just-in-time techniques. The effective utilization of these lines requires a schedule for assembling the different models be determined. The objective is to minimize the total deviation of actual production rates from the desired production rates. Mathematical method with the optimization algorithm is proposed here to solve this problem. To prove the efficiency of the proposed algorithm, a number of test problems are solved. The results show that the proposed algorithm is an efficient and effective algorithm which gives better results with the large problem sizes. This paper presents a practical procedure to minimize total product variation rates, and easy to use by practitioner.
Production dosimeter LiF: Mg, Ti and comparison its responses with dosimeter LiF: Mg, Ti (TLD-100) in Harshaw company against of gamma rays
KH Mohammadi,R Sarraf Maamory,R Mohammadi,A Mosavi Zarandi
Iranian Journal of Physics Research , 2010,
Abstract: Thermoluminescence dosimeters are small tablets used with 3. 2*3. 2*0. 9mm^3 for measurement of received dose from radioactive various beams. The most common dosimeter is TLD-100 which is lithium-fluoride family and this dosimeter contain magnesium impurities. In this study, first lithium-flouride powder was mixed with titanium and controlled atmosphere samples were heated. After measuring of samples density and hardness, their glow curves were drawn and microscopic pictures of producted samples were provided. Of course, the reader should know that the best press pressure, the best range of temperature heating and the best range of samples heating were determined in 6-8 (ton/cm2), 775-800 ° C and 15-20 h, respectively [1]. Then, the response of producted TLD-100 under radiation of gamma sources, 60Co, was measured in 500 mSv rate and obtained values were compared with obtained values by Harshaw producted samples. Dosimetry characteristics of producted samples was evaluated according to ASTM E 668-00, IEC-ISO 1066 standards. The results of comparisions indicate good agreements between producted sample and Harshaw sample.
G. R. Zamani,M. Mohammadi
Acta Medica Iranica , 2005,
Abstract: Choroid plexus papillomas are rare intracranial tumors, accounting for less than 1% of all intracranial tumors in adults. However, they are relatively more common in children and constitute 1.5 to 4% of childhood intracranial tumors. In children, choroid plexus papillomas are predominately located in the lateral ventricles, followed by the forth and third ventricles and, rarely, in the cerebellopontine angle. Bilateral choroid plexus papillomas of lateral ventricles are very rare and only afew cases have been reported. Here we report a 10 year old boy who was admitted for chronic headache and vomiting of 6 months duration. Brain imaging showed bilateral tumor in the lateral ventricles. The patient underwent surgery and histopathological study certified the diagnosis of choroid plexus papilloma.
Synthesis and Low Temperature Crystal Structure of Disodium Tetrapotasium Decavanadate
M. R. Mohammadi,M. Hakimi
Journal of Chemistry , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/904582
Influence of Endophytic Fungi on Improvement of Phenotypic Characteristics in Iranian Tall Fescue and Meadow Fescue
R. Mohammadi,A. F. Mirlohi
Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources , 2003,
Abstract: A symbiotic relationship exists between the endophytic fungi of the genus Neotyphodium and many cool-season grasses. Endophytes can alter the growth as well as morphological and physiological characteristics of the host plant, thereby influencing the persistence and survival rate of infected plants. This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of endophyte on phenotypic characteristics of Iranian tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) and meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.). The experiment was set up as a completely randomized design with three replications in a factorial arrangement. The first factor was the two plant accessions and the secondary factor was the endophyte-infected and noninfected plants. The results showed that most of phenotypic characteristics significantly altered as a result of endophyte infection in both tall fescue and meadow fescue plants. Results of analysis of variance showed that the influence of endophyte fungus was positive and significant on tiller number, herbage yield, dry crown weight, dry root weight per plant, and crown depth. Also between plant accessions, there were significant differences for dry herbage yield, crown weight, dry root weight per plant, crown depth, and dry matter percentage. Plant by endophyte interaction was highly significant for crown depth and dry root weight per plant. Therefore, eudophytic fungi can be used to improve phenotypic characteristics in these plants.
An asymptotic preserving approach for nonlinear Schrodinger equation in the semiclassical limit
Rémi Carles,Bijan Mohammadi
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1051/m2an/2011005
Abstract: We study numerically the semiclassical limit for the nonlinear Schroedinger equation thanks to a modification of the Madelung transform due to E.Grenier. This approach is naturally asymptotic preserving, and allows for the presence of vacuum. Even if the mesh size and the time step do not depend on the Planck constant, we recover the position and current densities in the semiclassical limit, with a numerical rate of convergence in accordance with the theoretical results, before shocks appear in the limiting Euler equation. By using simple projections, the mass and the momentum of the solution are well preserved by the numerical scheme, while the variation of the energy is not negligible numerically. Experiments suggest that beyond the critical time for the Euler equation, Grenier's approach yields smooth but highly oscillatory terms.
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