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Single Wire Electrical System  [PDF]
Michael Bank
Engineering (ENG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2012.411092
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to remind of the past and present problems of creating single wire electrical systems. This article presents a new one wire electrical transmission system named B-Line which uses one line only and does not use ground as a second line. The proposed method is to work on all frequencies and on all communication systems including DC systems. It also proposes to work on the concept of the single-pole signal source and single-pole signal load. It illustrates the possibility of cutting the cost of electrical lines and several other advantages in the fields of high frequency communication lines and antennas.
Electrical Energy Transmission by Several Wires and Reactive Power Problems  [PDF]
Michael Bank
Engineering (ENG) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2018.106023
Abstract: The main goal of this article is to compare traditional three phase system with one wire three-phase system. There are several obvious advantages of one wire system, for example cost, reliability and other. But there is a problem as well, connected to reactive power in both systems. This article proposes explanation of reactive power emergence in systems SWER, three-phase and in their one wire versions.
TGFβ Activated Kinase 1 (TAK1) at the Crossroad of B Cell Receptor and Toll-Like Receptor 9 Signaling Pathways in Human B Cells
Dániel Szili, Zsuzsanna Bankó, Eszter Angéla Tóth, Gy?rgy Nagy, Bernadette Rojkovich, Tamás Gáti, Melinda Simon, Zoltán Hérincs, Gabriella Sármay
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096381
Abstract: B cell development and activation are regulated by combined signals mediated by the B cell receptor (BCR), receptors for the B-cell activating factor of the tumor necrosis factor family (BAFF-R) and the innate receptor, Toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9). However, the underlying mechanisms by which these signals cooperate in human B cells remain unclear. Our aim was to elucidate the key signaling molecules at the crossroads of BCR, BAFF-R and TLR9 mediated pathways and to follow the functional consequences of costimulation.Therefore we stimulated purified human B cells by combinations of anti-Ig, B-cell activating factor of the tumor necrosis factor family (BAFF) and the TLR9 agonist, CpG oligodeoxynucleotide. Phosphorylation status of various signaling molecules, B cell proliferation, cytokine secretion, plasma blast generation and the frequency of IgG producing cells were investigated. We have found that BCR induced signals cooperate with BAFF-R- and TLR9-mediated signals at different levels of cell activation. BCR and BAFF- as well as TLR9 and BAFF-mediated signals cooperate at NFκB activation, while BCR and TLR9 synergistically costimulate mitogen activated protein kinases (MAPKs), ERK, JNK and p38. We show here for the first time that the MAP3K7 (TGF beta activated kinase, TAK1) is responsible for the synergistic costimulation of B cells by BCR and TLR9, resulting in an enhanced cell proliferation, plasma blast generation, cytokine and antibody production. Specific inhibitor of TAK1 as well as knocking down TAK1 by siRNA abrogates the synergistic signals. We conclude that TAK1 is a key regulator of receptor crosstalk between BCR and TLR9, thus plays a critical role in B cell development and activation.
Ius et Praxis , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122003000100004
Abstract: the article analyzes the status in the german legal system of international treaties in general, and treaties on human rights and integration in particular, from the point of view of legal scholarship and the decisions of the german constitutional court.
Exercities in vergelijkende dekolonisatie; Indonesiy in Zuidoost-Aziy, Nederland in West-Europa
Jan Bank
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1985,
Crafting a story about an African interpreter on colonial South Africa's eastern frontier: Roger Levine's narrative of the life of Jan Tzatzoe
Andrew Bank
Kronos (Bellville) , 2010,
Abstract: A Living Man from Africa will be the first book to be published in a potentially exciting new Yale University Press series entitled 'New Directions in Narrative History'. The series editors are John Demos of Yale and Aaron Sachs of Cornell, both of whom have published prize-winning books that appeal to both popular and academic audiences. Levine employs the opening line from the Preface of Demos's The Unredeemed Captive - 'MOST OF ALL, I wanted to write a story' - as key inspiration for his own narrative choices. 'Most of all, I wanted to tel lhis [Jan Tzatzoe's] story,' Levine asserts. It is a self-reflexive focus on ways of story-telling as a way of returning history to its literary roots that is the foremost contribution of Levine's book. The book is also important as an unusually detailed and extended biography of the career of an African translator whom Levine casts as an intellectual. It thus fits within an exciting new scholarship that explores the complex processes of cross-cultural knowledge production across frontier zones in southern Africa and beyond.
Roland Bank
Ius et Praxis (En línea) , 2003,
Abstract: En el presente artículo el autor analiza la posición de los tratados internacionales en general, como asimismo, los tratados de derechos humanos y de integración en el sistema jurídico alemán, considerando la posición de la doctrina y la jurisprudencia emanada de la Corte Constitucional Alemana. The article analyzes the status in the German legal system of international treaties in general, and treaties on human rights and integration in particular, from the point of view of legal scholarship and the decisions of the German Constitutional Court.
Bildungsstandards. Kritische Reflexionen zu einem Oxymoron
Volker Bank
Journal of Social Science Education , 2006,
Abstract: Der folgende Beitrag verfolgt das Anliegen, die Bildungsstandards auf ihrekonzeptionelle und instrumentelle Eignung für das Ziel der Verbesserungder schulischen Erziehung durch Outputsteuerung‘ kritisch zu überprüfen.Die Argumentation greift dabei vor allem konzeptionell-begriffliche undwissenschaftstheoretische Aspekte auf. Dabei zeigt sich eine fehlendeEinbindung in den internationalen Diskurs der P dagogik und zum l ngstgesicherten metatheoretischen Fundament des Falsifikationismus.The paper discusses critically the introduction of standards in education.These are aiming at redirecting control of educational processes to outputvariables. By taking up arguments of concept and naming, and likewise oftheory of science, both conceptual and instrumental qualities of standardsshall be investigated. It will be demonstrated that there is a disconnectionto earlier scientific outcomes in international educational science, and toepistemological standards of falsification.
Het protestantisme en de Tweede Wereldoorlog. De casus Nederland en de casus Frankrijk
J. Bank
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2004,
Abstract: Protestantism and World War II. The Dutch case and the French case This paper on the Protestant churches of France and the Netherlands during the Second World War is the preliminary result of a research project on religion in Europe in the 1940s. The project is part of a larger European Science Foundation programme on The Impact of National Socialist and Fascist Occupations in Europe (INSFO). Three main themes are discussed. The first looks at the institutional relations between the Churches and the new regimes in 1940: the Nazi regime in occupied Holland and the government of Vichy France. The second covers the confrontation between theology and the National Socialist ideology, looking at the influence of the radical theology of Karl Barth on the younger generation of ministers in both countries in particular. The third theme explores the types of resistance that resulted from Protestant ideologies, such as the duty to help refugees based on historical arguments. In this respect, special attention is given to Lutheranism in the Alsace under the German Reich, and to the effect of a particularly pious brand of Dutch Calvinism on its followers’ attitudes to resistance and suffering.
J. Bank
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2002,
Abstract: 1900 Jan Bank A historiography centred around the year 1900 produced a synchronic, not a diachronic, view. The kaleidoscopic character of the present monograph is therefore consistent with the basic options of the whole project. During their years of research ( 1992-2000) the authors were inspired, or became inspired, by three themes in particular: the obvious optimism that people living in 1900 had for the state of the nation and the arts; a retrospective on immigration at the turn of the century; and, the fact that the processes of secularisation and religious revival took place at the same time during the decades around 1900.
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