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Development of animal drawn rotary tiller
S. M. Nage,B. P. Mishra,A. K. Dave,J. S. Nikhade
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Rotary tiller generally refers to breaking down soil aggregates into ultimate soil particles. The degree of clod breaking depends on moisture content, tillage implements and intensity of clod breaking. One unit of animal drawn rotary tiller with L - shapes of blades was developed and fabricated at workshop of Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Raipur. The effective field capacity of animal drawn rotary tiller (18 blades) was found 0.12 ha/h at a forward speed of 2.5 km/h. The field efficiency of 62.85% was observed during the field performance. The draft requirement of the developed animal drawn rotary tiller is 378 N. Mean Mass Diameter (MMD) of soil clod size was found 28.42 mm. The operational cost was found 384 Rs/ha.
Effect of Probiotics Supplementation on the Performance of Lactating Crossbred Cows
V. M. Vibhute,R.R. Shelke,S.D. Chavan,S.P. Nage
Veterinary World , 2011,
Abstract: Sixteen multifarious cows were selected on the basis of average daily milk yield and stage of lactation; they were divided into four groups (four cows in each group) with parity within each group. These cows were fed 10gm, 15gm and 20gm probiotics just before evening milk. The multi-strain probiotic used were containing four strains consist of bacteria and fungi namely Lactobacillus acidophilus, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Saccharomyces boulardii and Propionibacterium frendenreichii. It was found that, the use of probiotics proved to be effective in increasing milk production of lactating cows. Milk fat, milk protein and SNF content tended to be higher in cows supplemented with probiotics preparations. The appropriate level of 20 gm probiotic per day per animal was found effective. The economic advantage of probiotics depends on its relative prices and on the levels of milk production of the cows. [Vet. World 2011; 4(12.000): 557-561]
Path Coefficient Analysis of Buffalo Production in Buldana District of Maharashtra
K U Bidwe,S D Chavan,S P Nage and P H Bansod
Veterinary World , 2009,
Abstract: A study entitled “Decomposition analysis of buffalo production in Buldana District was undertaken to ascertain the technological changes in term of breeding, feeding, housing, milking and calf management practices of buffalo. The path coefficient analysis of this study clearly demonstrated that daily milk production in buffaloes was influenced substantially by a single factor i.e management index. A combination of all the management practices in the form of overall management status on the rearing were responsible to influence the daily milk yield. However, rearing of good potential animals, feeding of sufficient amounts of dry and green fodder with required amount of concentrates to fulfill the nutritional requirements could favour the milk production in buffaloes. All these factors exhibited positive direct effect on milk production. The indirect effects were also found in positive direction, resulting a positive significant correlation for these factors. [Vet. World 2009; 2(3.000): 103-104]
Economic Productive Characters of Buffaloes in Relation to Management Index
K.U. Bidwe,S.D. Chavan,S.P. Nage and P.H. Bansod
Veterinary World , 2009,
Abstract: On the basis of individual indices, the productive characters of buffaloes was formulated and it was noticed that the dairy farmers had fair management index (between 71 to 80 %). As regards quantity and quality of milk it was noticed that the milk yield was 5.27, 6.21 and 7.2 kg in group I, II and III respectively. The corresponding fat and SNF contents of milk were 6.17 and 8.75, 6.8 and 8.8 and 7.2 and 9.0 % respectively. It was also noticed that the level of management influenced the production in buffaloes. The production under satisfactory management status was 3 to 4, 4 to 5 and 5 to 7 kg under satisfactory, fair and good management index while it was 10 to 14 kg under very good management index. The milk produced by the buffaloes under all the three herd size groups was meeting out the fat content standard according to PFA rules prescribed for Maharashtra but the milk produced under herd size group I and II did not meet out the standards prescribed for SNF content. [Vet. World 2009; 2(3.000): 98-99]
Titrimetric and spectrophotometric assay of felodipine in tablets using bromate–bromide, Methyl Orange and Indigo Carmine reagents
Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society , 2005,
Abstract: Three new methods based on titrimetric and spectrophotometric techniques are described for the determination of felodipine (FLD) in the bulk drug and in tablets using a bromate–bromide mixture and two dyes, Methyl Orange and Indigo Carmine. In the titrimetric method (method A), the drug solution was treated with a measured excess of the bromate–bromide mixture in acid medium, and after the reaction was judged to be complete, the unreacted bromine was determined iodometrically. The two spectrophotometricmethods are based on the bromination of the drug with a known excess of the bromate–bromide mixture under acidic conditions followed by the estimation of the surplus bromine by reaction with either Methyl Orange (Method B) or Indigo Carmine (Method C), and measuring the absorbance at 520 nm or 610 nm, respectively. In all the methods, the amount of reacted bromine corresponds to the drug content. The titrimetric procedure is applicable for between 6–15 mg and the reaction stoichiometry was found to be 1:1 (drug: BrO3-). The systems obey Beer’s law between 0.12 – 0.87 mgml-1 and 0.5 – 6.0 mgml-1 formethods B and C, respectively. The limits of detection and quantification are reported for both the spectrophotometricmethods. The methods could usefully be applied to routine quality control of pharmaceutical formulations containing FLD. Statistical comparison of the results with the reference method shows excellent agreement and indicates no significant difference in accuracy and precision.
Perfil epidemiológico dos pacientes com hanseníase no extremo sul de Santa Catarina, no período de 2001 a 2007
Mel?o, Suelen;Blanco, Luis Felipe De Oliveira;Mounzer, Nage;Veronezi, Carlos Cassiano Denipotti;Sim?es, Priscyla Waleska Targino de Azevedo;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822011000100018
Abstract: introduction: leprosy is one of the oldest diseases of humanity and persists as a serious public health problem. brazil has the highest incidence and second highest prevalence. in the americas, it accounts for 93% of the cases, according to world health organization data from 2008. the objective of this study was to ascertain the profile of leprosy patients in the municipalities of the association of municipalities of the carboniferous region (amrec), over the period from january 1, 2001, to december 31, 2007. methods: this was a retrospective cross-sectional study carried out in the amrec region in santa catarina, brazil. the sample was of census type, in which all the patients notified were analyzed. results: 54 patients were analyzed, among whom 57% were female and 42.6% were male. the most prevalent age group was from 30 to 39 years old (31.5%) and 79.6% had white skin color. the occupation was unknown in 51 cases, as was bacilloscopy in 98%. the tuberculoid and virchowian forms each presented a frequency of 27.8%. the coefficient of detection observed in the municipalities ranged from low to very high. conclusions: neither multibacillary nor paucibacillary forms predominated in the analysis, nor any specific clinical form. nevertheless, it is known that cases are being diagnosed late because of the low percentage of indeterminate cases, with predominance among females. added to this, the information on the notification forms is sparse, which makes it impossible to show the realities of the study population.
Travelling Wave Solutions for Three Dimensional Incompressible MHD Equations  [PDF]
M. Aldhabani, S. M. Sayed
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2018.61011
Abstract: In this paper, the solutions of three dimensional incompressible magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) equations are obtained by using sin\"\" method and Riccati auxiliary equation. This paper obtains the soliton solutions by the aid of software Mathematica.
Deformation Stability of Al 7075/20%SiCp (63 μm) Composites during Hot Compression  [PDF]
M. Rajamuthamilselvan, S. Ramanathan
Geomaterials (GM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/gm.2012.24017
Abstract: In Stir cast Al 7075/20%SiCp composites were subjected to compression testing at strain rates and temperatures ranging from 0.001 to 1.0 s–1 and from 300°C to 500°C respectively. And the associated microstructural transformations and instability phenomena were studied by observations of the optical electron microscope. The power dissipation efficiency and instability parameter were calculated following the dynamic material model and plotted with the temperature and logarithm of strain rate to obtain processing maps for strains of 0.5. The processing maps present the instability zones at higher strain rates. The result shows that with increasing strain, the instability zones enlarge. The microstructural examination shows that the interface separates even the particle cracks or aligns along the shear direction of the adiabatic shear band in the instability zones. The domain of higher efficiencies corresponds to dynamic recrystallization during the hot deformation. Using the processing maps, the optimum processing parameters of stain rates and temperatures can be chosen for effective hot deformation of Al 7075/20%SiCp composites.
A HMM-Based System To Diacritize Arabic Text  [PDF]
M. S. Khorsheed
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2012.512B024
Abstract: The Arabic language comes under the category of Semitic languages with an entirely different sentence structure in terms of Natural Language Processing. In such languages, two different words may have identical spelling whereas their pronunciations and meanings are totally different. To remove this ambiguity, special marks are put above or below  the spelling characters to determine the correct pronunciation. These marks are called diacritics and the language that uses them is called a diacritized language. This paper presents a system for Arabic language diacritization using Hid- den Markov Models (HMMs). The system employs the renowned HMM Tool Kit  (HTK). Each single diacritic is represented as a separate model. The concatenation of output models is coupled with the input  character sequence to form the fully diacritized text. The performance of the proposed system is assessed using a data corpus that includes more than 24000 sentences.
Organic Geochemical Evaluation of Cretaceous Potential Source Rocks, East Sirte Basin, Libya  [PDF]
S. Aboglila, M. Elkhalgi
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2013.44065

Cutting samples (n = 93) from the Sirte, Tagrifet, Rakb, Rachmat, Bahi Formations of Upper Cretaceous and Nubian Formation (Lower Cretaceous) derived from eleven wells (6C1-59, 6J1-59, 6R1-59, KK1-65, OO2-65, M1-51, KK1-65, B-96, B-95, B-99, E1-NC-59) locate in the Amal, Gialo, Nafoora, and Sarir Fields present in East Sirte Basin were analysed in the aim of their organic geochemical evaluation. A bulk geochemical parameters and evaluation of specific biomarkers by chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) implemented to find out a diversity of interbedded non-marine lithofacies including sandstones, siltstones, shales and conglomerates. Such rocks are good source and contain fair to good contented of organic matter passing in the course of very good, in which the excellent source rocks have organic carbon richness (TOC) reached to 5.16 wt%. The studied samples are ranged from gas to oil-prone organic matter (OM) of hydrogen index (HI) ranged between 115 - 702 mg HC/g TOC, related with gas prone (OM) of (HI) <150 and most beds contain oil-prone organic matter of (HI) > 300, associated with oxygen index (OI): 3 - 309 mg CO2/g TOC indicate that organic matter is dominated by Type II/III kerogen. The maturity of these source rocks is variations ranges from mature to post-mature-oil window in the Sirte and Rachmat Formations, as inferred from the production index (PI: 0.07 - 1.55) and T

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