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Role Of Mass Media In Progress Of Physical Education And Sports
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of present study was to highlight the effect of mass media in physical education and sports. When communication is spread not just between two individuals but rather between millions of people it is known as mass media. Mass media is known as the central nervous system of society. "Mass media has many different purposes, such as providing information, entertaining, persuading and also by carrying a vague general function of culture to millions of people." In order for mass media to exist, there must be an audience. Today's society is very selective; each receiver reacts differently through his or her own experience and orientation according to mass media. Therefore, mass media exists in many different forms such as magazines, television, newspapers, internet, motion pictures, and even plays. An increased amount of media attention may cause some fans to become overly. The world of sports has transcended from purely athletic competition into entertainment and celebrity. Through the media people get attracted towards sports events. They get knowledge through media at their doorstep. People involved in various sport events. People interconnected by sport through media. The result revealed, that the role of mass media positively effected on progress of physical education and sports.
Effect of Replacing Groundnut cake by soybean meal on Performance of Broilers
V.N. Ghadge,B. T. Upase and P.V. Patil
Veterinary World , 2009,
Abstract: Two hundred day old broiler chicks were randomly distributed in five groups with two replicates. Groundnut cake of control diet was replaced by soybean meal.at25, 50, 50 and 100percent levels.The overall data indicated that the weight gain of birds fed with 75 percent Soybean meal was significantly (p<0.01) higher than other treatments Feed consumption was significantly (P<0.01) more at 75 percent Soybean meal replacement than other treatment diets. Feed efficiency was best at 100 percent replacement as compared to other treatment. The proximate composition revealed that CP, EE, and total ash of Soybean meal were higher and CF, ME were lower than groundnut cake. It may be inferred that Soybean may be economical at 75 percent and 100 percent replacement. [Vet. World 2009; 2(5.000): 183-184]
Study of Noise pollution during Deepawali festival in Kolhapur city of Maharashtra, India
Lad R.J,Patil V.N,Raut P.D
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: Kolhapur city is a district place in the state of Maharashtra with population of 4,93,167. It is one of the emerging industrial and commercial city of Western Maharashtra. Problems of pollution along with noise pollution are increasing with time especially during the festival period. In the present study, continuous monitoring of noise levels was carried out during the three festive days of Deepawali in the month of November, 2009 at ten different sites within the Kolhapur city. On the basis of location these sites were grouped into industrial, commercial, residential and silent zones respectively. The results showed that there is an enhanced pressure of noise at all sites during the festival of light due to bursting of loud noise firecrackers. All the sites under study showed higher sound levelthan the prescribed limits of Central pollution Control Board (CPCB).
Cognitive Rehabilitation — a New Direction of Medical Aid to Patients with the Brain Focal Lesions
V.N. Grigorieva
Sovremennye Tehnologii v Medicine , 2010,
Abstract: The cognitive function disturbances are the more frequent and serious consequence of the brain acute focal lesions at such a prevalent pathology as insults and craniocerebral traumas, however a very small attention is paid to their reduction in neurological practice. It is partially explained by underestimation of the human cognitive function disturbance problem by many physicians at an acute cerebral pathology and an importance of the disorder directed correction. The modern principles and strategies of a cognitive rehabilitation in the brain vascular and traumatic lesion clinic are discussed in the article.
Bayraktar V.N.
Bìologì?nij Vìsnik Melìtopol?s?kogo Der?avnogo Pedagogì?nogo Universitetu ìmenì Bogdana Hmel?nic?kogo , 2012,
Abstract: Micobiological investigation was carried out on Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast cultures, which were isolated from different varieties of vintage grape harvested from the ―Koblevo‖ winery, Nikolaev region of Ukraine. It was determined that wild yeast cultures tend to be of one of three different phenotypes. For comparison and reference, investigation of test cultures was performed with previously known phenotypes and yeast cultures Saccharomyces cerevisiae used in wine industry. It was noted that the most desirable yeast cultures had a killer phenotype. These are able to generate toxins that inhibit the growth of other yeast cultures that are present in the same substrate and compete for habitat. It was observed that yeast a neutral phenotype can also be can also utilized in wine industry biotechnology. Yeast cultures with sensitive phenotype, however, die in the substrate (grape musts) in the presence of yeast culture killer phenotypes that secrete killer toxins harmful to these sensitive phenotypes.
Normal cohesive strength of cement mortar in the masonry
V.N. Derkach
Magazine of Civil Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Normal cohesion of stone and mortar and strength to stretch of mortar in masonry joints depend on many factors that are hardly taken into account in evaluating the normal cohesive strength of stone and mortar. Nevertheless, there are important practical cases where tensile and shearing strength of masonry determine the load carrying capacity of structure.The aim of this work was development of methods for testing the masonry with thin mortar joints and data on normal cohesive strength in such masonry.The results of experimental researches of normal cohesive strength in cement mortar with solid and cavity bricks, porous bricks, silicate bricks and cell-concrete blocks are presented. Experimental dependences for cohesive strength of mortar with referred types of masonry units on compressive strength of cement mortar are obtained.
Tangential adhesion strength of cement mortars in masonry
Derkach V.N.
Magazine of Civil Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The initial shear strength (tangential adhesion) and the angle of internal friction in the horizontal plane of mortar joints are among important characteristics, determining the masonry strength and stiffness qualities in case of share. These characteristics influence largely over the limit state approach of buildings and facilities during seismic activity and over wind, crane and other load, causing the panel frame distortion in frame buildings with masonry infill.In the paper the experimental studies results of tangential adhesion strength of cement mortars with solid and hollow ceramic bricks, porous stones, calcium silicate bricks and cellular concrete blocks are presented. This research gives experimental dependences of mortar adhesive strength with mentioned types of masonry units on compressive strength of cement mortar. There is also the comparison of the obtained results with Russian and foreign standards in this paper.
Joint action of masonry filling and monolithic reinforced concrete frame
V.N. Derkach
Magazine of Civil Engineering , 2013, DOI: 10.5862/mce.40.2
Abstract: The problem of design and detailing of monolithic buildings, taking into account the interaction of the masonry filling and frame members is considered. The results of numerical and experimental researches of the masonry filling behavior at the frame twist and deflection of the supporting structures have been presented. It is shown that the filling at the frame twist causes a redistribution of stresses in the columns and floor slabs, that can both have positive and negative effect on its stress-strain state. The necessity of adjusting the standards concerning the limits of floor deflections, against which the masonry walls and partitions abut, has been noted. It is shown that ignoring the joint action of stone filling and skeleton can lead to excessive consumption of materials in the construction of monolithic reinforced concrete buildings, to the additional energy costs and higher prices of construction or, conversely, to an unexpected limit state of infilling and frame members.
Energy Partition Oscillator and Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Energy Localization
Pilipchuk V.N.
MATEC Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/20120105004
Abstract: A strongly nonlinear conservative oscillator describing the dynamics of energy partition between two identical linearly coupled Duffing oscillators is introduced and analyzed. Temporal shapes of such oscillator are close to harmonic when the initial energy disbalance between the interacting Duffing oscillators is relatively small. However the oscillator becomes strongly nonlinear as the amplitude of energy exchange increases. It is shown nevertheless that the oscillator is exactly solvable and, as a result, the entire first order averaging system, describing the dynamics of coupled Duffing oscillators, admits exact analytical solution. Based on the first integral of the energy partition oscillator, necessary and sufficient conditions of energy localization are obtained in terms of the initial states of original system.
The peculiarities of vascular-capillary bed formation of the cardiac conduction system in pre- and early postnatal ontogenesis
Antipov V.N.
Морфолог?я , 2009,
Abstract: The research purpose was to establish the features of structural organization of hemomicrocirculatory vessels in a human cardionector in early ontogenesis, to expose the degree of correlation of morphometric parameters of CCS and being alongside retractive myocardium. On 26 foetuses and under 3 years old children’s hearts the histostructural peculiarities of hemomicrocirculation vessels formation in the cardiac conduction system and nearby myocardium were considered. It has been determined that the formation of hemomicrocirculatory vessels takes place in two stages – intertrabecular and extracar-dial, each corresponding to transition from histotrophic to hemotrophic feeding types. It has been established that apart from simultaneous development and functioning of cardiac conduction system and contractive myocardium their hemomicrocircu-latory vessels differ both in location and in morphology. The circulatory system of CCS in early postnatal ontogenesis has the same structural elements of hemomicrocirculatory vessels mainly, as well as in retractive myocardium. Along with the proc-esses of formbuilding in the about-leading system after birth, by a compression and interlacing of conducting myocytes, their compactisation, the hemomicrocirculatory vessels acquire a net-form spatially, and the vessels of a special form – sinusiod veins – appear here. The analysis of specific volume of hemomicrocirculatory vessels rotined that AVP, its perforation part, has the least intensive bloodsupply, and, taking into account that it same the bottleneck of atrio-ventricular department of CCS, the insignificant diminishing of blood stream in it or sclerotic processes in a central fibrous body can influence on forming of arhytmhogeny heart.
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