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HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTEISTS PART 144 PPS

HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTEISTS PART 144 PPS

2 n – 1 . 18.14. Elliptic Functions An elliptic function is a function that is the inverse of an elliptic integral. An elliptic function is a doubly periodic meromorphic function of a complex variable. All its periods can be written in the form 2 mω 1 + 2 nω 2 with integer m and n , where ω 1 and ω 2 are a pair of (primitive) half-periods. The ratio τ = ω 2 /ω 1 is a complex quantity that may be considered to have a positive imaginary part, Im τ > 0 .
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HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 74 POT

HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 74 POT

boost::tuples::length<Tuple>::value-1 element first, then the value of the previous element, and so on, until the specialization prints the first element's value. Rather than using the first element as the special case and starting with the last element, we need to start with the first element and use the last
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MAGNETIC BEARINGS THEORY AND APPLICATIONS PART 9 PPT

MAGNETIC BEARINGS THEORY AND APPLICATIONS PART 9 PPT

Fig. 13. Axial stiffness for one elementary device (blue), for a stack of two elementary devices (green) and three elementary devices (red). radial bearings whereas antiparallel polarizations yield axial ones, whatever the air gap shape. For these structures, the axial displacement of one ring corresponds to an air gap variation. Of course, the maximal axial force between the rings occurs when they are axially in contact with each other. When the air gap, z , increases, the axial force decreases, as show on Fig.15. As the variation is monotonous, the axial stiffness has always the same sign (Fig. 16) and the force the same nature (restoring, here).
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ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 ON DEMAND PART 11 PPSX

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 ON DEMAND PART 11 PPSX

Working with Site Folders The development environment for a Dreamweaver site consists of three main folders: Local root, Remote, and Testing server. The local root folder, known as the “local site,” stores your site files and folders you work on during development. You can store the local root folder on your local com- puter or a network server. The remote folder, known as the “remote site,” stores your site files and folders for production on the Web. The remote folder is typically the Web server, known as a production server, where visitors access your site on the Web. If you plan to use dynamic pages — Web pages that change based on circumstances — in your Web site, the Web server also needs to run an applica- tion server. An application server is a network server with software, such as ColdFusion, ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, or PHP, that processes dynamic pages. If you want to test dynamic pages during development, you also need a testing server folder, which provides a place to generate and display dynamic content while you work. You can store the testing
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Editorial: Models, technologies and approaches toward widening the open access to learning and education

Editorial: Models, technologies and approaches toward widening the open access to learning and education

This special issue is devoted to novel models and technologies as well as current methodical approaches and best practices in the field of Open Learning and Open Education as enablers of personal growth, social inclusion, open innovation, and sustainable economic development in the challenging conditions of globalization and world-wide competition in productivity and services. The Open Access to Learning and Education embraces not only various technologies, such as mobile and intelligent technologies, content and data management, user-centered design, but also diverse directions of use, such as e-learning and training, organizational development, Massive Open Online Courses, special needs education, all building an excellent basis for various educational and business arrangements that widen the learning and education opportunities for all people around the globe.
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THE ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LAYERS BOOK- P8 PPT

THE ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LAYERS BOOK- P8 PPT

Steps 6 and 7 add some calculations that experience has shown will render a better general conversion for almost any image from RGB to grayscale. You can repeat this whole series by using Richard’s Custom Black-and-White action from the Separations action set. You can make adjustments to this result by playing around with the opacity and modes of the component layers. This particular adjustment is one developed after fooling with various possibilities and considering light and color theory. As a conversion, it works fairly consistently over a wide variety of images to produce a pretty good black-and-white image. Give it a try on any color RGB image. This is only one of the infi nite possibilities for combining tone. You can fi ne tune or completely change the result using layer opacity, additional component layers and diff erent layer-blending modes.
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BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC   SET NUP214 FUSION IN ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA  AND T CELL ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA DERIVED CELL LINES  PPSX

BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC SET NUP214 FUSION IN ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA AND T CELL ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA DERIVED CELL LINES PPSX

HOXA9 (Hs00365956_m1) expression levels with TBP as endogenous control. For copy number analysis of genomic DNA, we performed relative quantitative PCR with the following oligonucleotides: ABL1 forward: 5'- CAC CGT TAA TTG GGA CTG TGT G-3'; ABL1 reverse: 5'- AAT GGT AGA GTG GTG CTC CTT G-3'; CRAT forward: 5'-CCT GTC CAG TTG GTC ACA CTC-3'; CRAT reverse: 5'- GCC TTT CTA GCT TGA TGC CTC-3'; NUP214 forward: 5'-GGC CAG GTT GGA TTT CAT AC-3'; NUP214 reverse: 5'-CTC ATG ATC CAG GGT GAC AG-3'; SET forward: 5'- TAG ACA GCG CCT AGC ACA TC-3'; SET reverse: 5'-TCC CTT CCA GTC CTG TTA ATG. PCR reactions were per- formed using SYBR-green chemistry under standard con- ditions. Values were calculated by the 2 - ΔΔ Ct method. As endogenous control, the repetitive element LINE1 was used.
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ELECTRIC MACHINERY FUNDAMENTALS  SOLUTIONS MANUAL  PART 4 PPSX

ELECTRIC MACHINERY FUNDAMENTALS SOLUTIONS MANUAL PART 4 PPSX

532 A (c) This task can best be performed with MATLAB. The open-circuit characteristic is available in a file called p52_occ.dat , and the short-circuit characteristic is available in a file called p52_scc.dat . Each of these files are organized in two columns, where the first column is field current and the second column is either open-circuit terminal voltage or short-circuit current. A program to read these files and calculate and plot X S is shown below.
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC    SPATIAL ESTIMATES FOR A CLASS OF HYPERBOLIC EQUATIONS WITH NONLINEAR DISSIPATIVE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS  DOC

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC SPATIAL ESTIMATES FOR A CLASS OF HYPERBOLIC EQUATIONS WITH NONLINEAR DISSIPATIVE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS DOC

ux n x n || τ d t , (2 : 12) where M1 = λ − 1 2 + 2m I 1/2 1/2 , M2 = 1 2 rL (2p − 1)/2p m − 1/2 γ − 1/2p , such that r = sup τ r τ , l = inf τ l τ , I = sup τ I τ , L = sup τ L τ and m = inf τ | Γ τ | in which L τ is the area of ∂ Γ τ . From (1.6) the inequality (2.12) yields
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Summary Of Mathematics Doctoral Thesis: Optimality conditions for Vector equilibrium problems in terms of contingent derivatives

Summary Of Mathematics Doctoral Thesis: Optimality conditions for Vector equilibrium problems in terms of contingent derivatives

Research optimality conditions for local weak efficient solution in vector equilibrium problem involving set, inequality and equality constraints with stable functions via contingent derivatives in finite-dimensional spaces. Research optimality conditions for weak, Henig, global and superefficient solutions in vector equilibrium problems with steady. Research second order optimality conditions for weak, Henig, global, super-efficient solutions in vector equilibrium problems with arbitrary functions in terms of contingent epiderivatives in Banach spaces.
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Summary Of Mathematics Doctoral Thesis: Optimality conditions for Vector equilibrium problems in terms of contingent derivatives

Summary Of Mathematics Doctoral Thesis: Optimality conditions for Vector equilibrium problems in terms of contingent derivatives

Research optimality conditions for local weak efficient solution in vector equilibrium problem involving set, inequality and equality constraints with stable functions via contingent derivatives in finite-dimensional spaces. Research optimality conditions for weak, Henig, global and superefficient solutions in vector equilibrium problems with steady. Research second order optimality conditions for weak, Henig, global, super-efficient solutions in vector equilibrium problems with arbitrary functions in terms of contingent epiderivatives in Banach spaces.
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BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC:

BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC: " ASSESSMENT OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL SET-UP ERRORS IN CONVENTIONAL HEAD AND NECK RADIOTHERAPY USING ELECTRONIC PORTAL IMAGING DEVICE" POT

respect to radiation delivery. Coverage of target volume is a direct function of set-up margins, which should be opti- mized to prevent inadvertent irradiation of adjacent nor- mal tissues. Planning target volume (PTV) that encompasses the clinical target volume (CTV) with some margins to account for such uncertainties in patient posi- tioning, organ motion, and beam geometry is universally accepted today as the benchmark for radiotherapy (RT) dose prescription [1,2]. The use of portal imaging to meas- ure set-up errors is accepted standard practice [3]. The widespread availability of electronic portal imaging devices (EPID), coupled with a demand to reduce PTV margins, particularly for high-precision radiotherapy has provided impetus for such assessments across the radia- tion oncology community [4]. The experience, training, commitment and time available with radiation therapy staff can have a major impact on daily positioning accu- racy. It is generally recommended that every institution generate data on its set-up accuracy without blindly adopting published margin recipes. It is in this context that this study was planned at a newly commissioned aca- demic radiotherapy unit of a comprehensive cancer center.
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Fundamentals of Polymer Engineering Part 13 doc

Fundamentals of Polymer Engineering Part 13 doc

entanglement density ( see Chap. 14 ) of the polymer chains [42]. Increases in entanglement density can entirely suppress crazing and change the mode of yielding to shear band formation. The discussion of crazing has thus far been restricted to situations where the polymer is strained in air. It turns out that if the test is conducted in a liquid environment or in the presence of organic vapors, the stress needed to initiate crazing is considerably reduced. This common phenomenon is known as environmental stress cracking and it is important in situations where plastics necessarily come into contact with fluids, as in beverage containers or in tubes and hoses. It is found that variables that most influence crazing under these circumstances are the spreading coefficient, the diffusivity, and the solubility parameter of the crazing agent. Theories that have been advanced to explain the ease of cracking include (1) polymer plasticization, resulting in a lowered value of both the Tg and the viscosity of the glassy material, and (2) a lowering in the surface energy, which allows new cavities to form with ease [35].
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ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 ON DEMAND PART 37 PPTX

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 ON DEMAND PART 37 PPTX

You can rearrange or move CSS rules by dragging. Open the Styles panel, click the All button, select the rules you want to move, and then drag them to the new location. You can move a rule to another style sheet or the docu- ment head or rearrange rules within a style sheet.
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LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 43 PPS

LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 43 PPS

Most of the details concern how entities are mapped to other entities, and how the attributes of new objects are determined using the content of old objects. One fi eld of note is the Custom Policy property of an entity mapping. A custom migration policy object is a subclass of NSEntityMigrationPolicy. It receives a series of messages as the various migration phases are performed, allowing you to inject custom code into the process. Enter the name of your custom subclass of NSEntityMigrationPolicy into the fi eld. Core Data creates an instance of your class and lets it participate in various aspects of entity migration.
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GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2 PDF

GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2 PDF

“Give me a lever long enough, and a fulcrum strong enouph, and II move the world” - Archimedes ( “hong equilibria are a natural extension of rate laws, but rather than looking at the rate of a reaction going only in one đirection, we wIlÏ now look at reactions gọng 1n the forward and reverse directons. Initially, chemical equilibria give students problems because the student will be forced to look at reacHons very differently than the way they were trained In earlier chapters. The idea of “reactants and products“ 1s muụch more amorphous when discussing equilibria and deciding precisely which of the varlous forms of a reaction 1s ocCurring can take some time to learn. In addition, solubility rules WwIll give way to solubility products and students wIll find that everything 1s soluble to some degree which runs contrary to the fundamentals taught to them earlier in the year. But rest assured that many chemistry students have gone before you and have successfully navigated the waters of chemical equilibria.
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LẬP TRÌNH ĐỒ HỌA TRONG C  PHẦN 9  POT

LẬP TRÌNH ĐỒ HỌA TRONG C PHẦN 9 POT

Ray-casting methods are commonly used to implement constructive solid- geometry operations when objects are described with boundary representations. w e apply ray casting by constructing composite objects in world ckrdinates with the xy plane corresponding to the pixeI plane of a video monitor. This plane is then referred to as the "firing plane" since we fire a ray from each pixel posi- tion through the objects that are to be combined (Fig. 10-58). We then determine surface intersections along each ray path, and sort the intersection points accord- ing to the distance from the firing The surface limits for the composite ob- ject are then determined by the specified set operation. An example of the ray- casting determination of surface limits for a CSG object is given in Fig. 10-59, which shows yt cross sections of two primitives and the path of a pixel ray per- pendicular to the firing plane. For the union operation, the new volume is the combined interior regions occupied bv either or both primitives. For the intersec- tion operation, the new volume is the-interior region common to both primitives.
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:" RESEARCH ARTICLE KRASNOSEL’SKII-TYPE FIXED-SET RESULTS M. A. AL-THAGAFI AND NASEER SHAHZAD" PDF

Copyright q 2010 M. A. Al-Thagafi and N. Shahzad. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Some new Krasnosel’skii-type fixed-set theorems are proved for the sum S T, where S is a multimap and T is a self-map. The common domain of S and T is not convex. A positive answer to Ok’s question 2009 is provided. Applications to the theory of self-similarity are also given.
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PHÂN TÍCH POLYME  POLYMER ANALYSIS  PDF

PHÂN TÍCH POLYME POLYMER ANALYSIS PDF

ü Usually test pieces are of a simple shape and a specified size, whereas the product may be of a different geometry and size ü Data must be presented in a form that enables the designer to allow for changes in geometry, time scale, etc.. which implies detailed and
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: "COMPARING THE RELATIVE VOLUME WITH THE RELATIVE INRADIUS AND THE RELATIVE WIDTH" PPTX

ρ m ( E , C ) n . (2.6) The boundary of C consists of two half spheres and a piece of cylinder. Let Π be a hyperplane tangent to B E and spanned by all the normal vectors to the cylindrical hyper- surface which bounds C . Then Π divides C into two subsets E and C \ E both of them with the same inradius ρ m (E,G), and such that V (E ,C) ≤ V (E ,C) ( Figure 2.4 ). So,
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ADVANCED MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL PART 6 PPT

ADVANCED MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL PART 6 PPT

Then, to facilitate the following controller design, the aforementioned MCIA is converted into a Two Stage Single-Channel Identification Algorithm ( TS-SCIA ), which preserves most of the advantages of MCIA . With this TS-SCIA as the inner model, a dual-mode Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) algorithm is developed. In detail, over a finite horizon, an optimal input profile found by solving a open-loop optimal control problem drives the nonlinear system state into the terminal invariant set, afterwards a linear output-feedback controller steer the state to the origin asymptotically. In contrast to the traditional algorithms, the present method has a maximal stable region, a better steady-state performance and a lower computational complexity. Finally, a case study on a heat exchanger is presented to show the efficiency of both the identification and the control algorithms.
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UNDERSTANDING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS4  P11 PDF

UNDERSTANDING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS4 P11 PDF

RGB vs CMYK Inkjet printers use CMYK inks, but they prefer to ingest RGB im- ages. If the image is in RGB mode, there is no reason to convert it if you’re using an inkjet printer. Desktop printers are designed to do their own CMYK conversion using internal software. Sending a CMYK image to an inkjet printer will usually result in a second (and unpredictable) color conversion. It is important to realize that the computer screen can display more colors than the printer can print. You might want to use the Gamut Warning command (View > Gamut Warning) to identify areas that need to be toned down with the Sponge tool before printing.
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Bài đọc 16.2. ASEAN-5 Cluster Report—Evolution of Monetary Policy Frameworks (Chỉ có bản tiếng Anh)

Bài đọc 16.2. ASEAN-5 Cluster Report—Evolution of Monetary Policy Frameworks (Chỉ có bản tiếng Anh)

conditions in the ASEAN-5 economies. However, policy rates and active liquidity management continued to be effective in influencing the retail bank rates and the yield curve.  The third section of the report explores how monetary policy has responded to these challenges as well as the role of MPPs and other tools to manage volatile capital flows. To assess the former, we compare the behavior of the primary monetary policy instrument against forecasts based on country-specific estimated Taylor rule reaction functions including the weight placed on policy goals other than inflation. The ASEAN-5 economies also increased their reliance on MPPs to address systemic risks, particularly sectoral leverage and asset price cycles. CFMs and FX intervention were used as part of the toolkit to manage volatile capital flows in line with the Fund’s institutional view with a greater reliance on exchange rate flexibility to cushion against capital flow shocks. A concluding section discusses the lessons from the ASEAN-5 experience.
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC    RESEARCH ARTICLE ON MEROMORPHIC HARMONIC FUNCTIONS WITH RESPECT TO K SYMMETRIC POINTS  POTX

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC RESEARCH ARTICLE ON MEROMORPHIC HARMONIC FUNCTIONS WITH RESPECT TO K SYMMETRIC POINTS POTX

U \ { 0 } and U , respectively, and hz has a simple pole at the origin with residue 1 here. In 3 , the authors introduced the operator D j m for f ∈ S H which is the class of functions f h g that are harmonic univalent and sense-preserving in the unit disk U { z : | z | < 1 } for which f 0 h 0 f z 0 − 1 0. For more details about the operator
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INEQUALITIES MODULUS

INEQUALITIES MODULUS

approach in this case is to see whether the statements allow us to disprove any one of the conditions so that we can answer "definitely no". But in what circumstances would the conditions not be true? Let's focus first on condition (1): . Since z > y , the only way for to be true is if y is negative. If y is positive, z must also be positive (since it is greater than y ). And taking the absolute value of positive y does not change the size of y , but squaring z will yield a larger value. So if y is positive, must be larger than the absolute value of y . If you try some combinations of actual values where both y and z are positive and z > y , you will see that is always true and that is never true. For example, if z = 3 and y = 2, then is true because . But if z = 3 and y = -10, then is true because . The validity of depends on the specific values (for example, it would not hold true if z = 3 and y = -1), but the only way for to be true is if y is negative.
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VOLUME 21   COMPOSITES PART 5 DOCX

VOLUME 21 COMPOSITES PART 5 DOCX

The design and analysis of bolted or riveted joints in fibrous composites, however, remains very much an art, because of the need to rely on empirical correction factors in some form or other. Mechanically fastened joints differ from bonded composite joints in one further aspect: the presence of holes ensures that the joint strength can never exceed the local laminate strength. Indeed, after years of research and development, it appears that only the most carefully designed bolted composite joints will be even half as strong as the basic laminate. The simpler bolted joint configurations will attain no more than a third of the laminate strength. However, because the adhesively bonded repair of thick composite laminates is often impossible or impractical (Ref 3), there is a real need for bolted composite structures quite apart from the greater ease of assembly at mechanically fastened manufacturing breaks between subassemblies. A further problem with the design of bolted composite structural joints is that fibrous composites are so brittle that there is virtually no capability for redistributing load, as is afforded by yielding of ductile metals. Consequently, it is very important to calculate accurately the load sharing between fasteners and to identify the most critically loaded one. There is a common misconception that one should always strive for the benign failures associated with bearing-critical bolted joints, because tension- through-the-holes failures are so abrupt. What is not widely appreciated is that the latter failure modes are also associated with far higher bolted composite joint strengths. Also, it is all but impossible to design a multirow bolted joint that will fail by bearing.
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Effect of different modes of pollination on yield and quality paramaters of pumpkin, Cucurbita Moschata (Duch. ex Lam) fruits

Effect of different modes of pollination on yield and quality paramaters of pumpkin, Cucurbita Moschata (Duch. ex Lam) fruits

The maximum number of fruits set was recorded in open-pollination + hand-pollination treatment (80.42% and 77.14%) and open-pollination (78.85% and 75.00%), followed by hand-pollination (65.42% and 61.42%) in C-1076 and C-1106 cultivar respectively. Without insect pollination treatment resulted in zero per cent fruit set in both the pumpkin cultivars (C-1076 and C-1106).
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INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD 2011- P15 PPT

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD 2011- P15 PPT

And an AutoCAD Text Window opens showing a list of the first of the set variables. To continue with the list press the Return key when prompted and at each press of the Return key, another window opens. To see the settings needed for a set variable enter the name of the variable at the command line, followed by pressing the F1 key which brings up a Help screen, click the search tab, followed by entering set variables in the Ask field. From the list then displayed the various settings of all set variables can be read.
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IMPLEMENTATION OPEN-SOURCE GIS IN ROAD ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN UZBEKISTAN

IMPLEMENTATION OPEN-SOURCE GIS IN ROAD ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN UZBEKISTAN

Open-source software is widely used in academia and industry. The paper highlights the major advantages of open-source QGIS software in road asset management in Uzbekistan. It shows steps on how to obtain maps and importing road conditions data. QGIS offers wide ranges of functionality to visualize, analyze and manage road condition data. Road M39 was selected for analysis and road conditions data were used to visualize the IRI roughness index.
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ASTM DESIGNATION: C 596 – 96E1 POT

ASTM DESIGNATION: C 596 – 96E1 POT

12.2 Report the average change in unit length, expressed as millionths, and as a percent of the effective gage length of four specimens from the same batch of mortar as the drying shrinkage of the mortar. If any one test specimen is manifestly faulty, discard it (see 12.2.1). If more than one test specimen is discarded, do not report the results and repeat the test on a new batch of mortar. If more than one batch of mortar has been tested, report the average result of the individual batches. When the experimenter is clearly aware that a gross deviation from prescribed experimental procedure has taken place, dis- card the resultant observation, whether or not it agrees with the rest of the data and without recourse to statistical tests for outliers.
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TÀI LIỆU OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS FOR ENGINEERS. CHAPTER 4 NON UNIFORM FLOW PPT

TÀI LIỆU OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS FOR ENGINEERS. CHAPTER 4 NON UNIFORM FLOW PPT

4.4. DRAWING WATER SURFACE PROFILES 4.4.1. Direct-step method The computation of a flow profile by a step method consists of dividing the channel into short reaches and determining reach by reach the change in depth for a given length of a reach. In principle, the direct-step method could be applied to either Eq.(4-17) or Eq. )4- 18), but usually is associated with the former. Eq. (4-17) is put into finite-difference form by approximating the derivative dE/dx with a forward difference and by taking the mean value of the slope of the energy grade line over the step size  x = (x i+1 – x i ) in which the distance x and the subscript i increase in the downstream direction. The result is:
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:" INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT FLOW CONDITIONS ON THE OCCURRENCE AND BEHAVIOR OF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS ORGANIC XENOBIOTICS IN THE INFLUENT AND EFFLUENT OF A MUNICIPAL SEWAGE " PDF

an overlap in the SPE spectra of the two fractions as already mentioned. This means that some classes of potentially hazardous xenobiotics could occur equally in both fractions. Furthermore, influent toxicity of fraction 1 correlated significantly ( R = 0.66) with the total con- centration of PAHs in raw sewage, whereas the toxicity of fraction 2 in the influent of the STP Trier was signifi- cantly correlated with the contents of diclofenac ( R = 0.59) and carbamazepine ( R = 0.48) in raw wastewater. It can therefore be assumed that the toxicity of fractions 1 and 2 in raw sewage is caused by toxic classes of organic pollutants with similar entry characteristics and environmental behavior as the PAHs (fraction 1) and pharmaceuticals (fraction 2), respectively. The insuffi- cient retention of especially polar, moderately to poorly degradable organic xenobiotics in conventional STPs as mentioned by other working groups [28,32], can be sub- stantially confirmed by the results of this study. The toxic compounds of fraction 4 were only slightly removed from wastewater by the treatment process due to a low sorption tendency and a poor biodegradability of many highly polar xenobiotics. Furthermore, an increase of inhibition in the effluent of the investigated STP could be emphasized with rising polarity of the four wastewater fractions. Similarly, the efficiency of the STP Trier to retain the analyzed polar pharmaceutical compounds was significantly lower than that recorded for the more lipophilic PAHs. Indications of a reduced efficiency to retain the analyzed compounds and to reduce toxicity of the wastewater fractions due to a pos- sible disturbance of the biological treatment step in
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CRITICAL STATE SOIL MECHANICS PHẦN 3 PPS

CRITICAL STATE SOIL MECHANICS PHẦN 3 PPS

We can obtain an approximate but fairly accurate solution by assuming that the isochrones are all parabolas and distinguishing two stages of consolidation as shown in Fig. 4.8. Immediately consolidation starts the pore-pressure at the surface A must drop to zero, and a typical isochrone for the first stage will be as AL in Fig. 4.8(a). Since the hydraulic gradient must be continuous (this is not a necessary condition in a layered soil) the parabola must have its apex at L with a vertical tangent there. The apex L rapidly moves down E ' D ' and on reaching D ' the first stage is complete.
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THE ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE OF HUMAN GENETIC DATABASES EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES PART 8 PPT

THE ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE OF HUMAN GENETIC DATABASES EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES PART 8 PPT

would not be voluntary in the sense that ‘relevant outcomes’ of the research are foreseeable. In effect, this means that open consent is more a question of trust than voluntariness. This appeal to trust is rather weak, however, since it is not based on any information concerning the research. Another method of not seeking genuine informed consent is that of presuming the consent of those who do not opt out of a database. An example of this is the law about the Icelandic Health Sector Database, where consent for transfer of data from medical records into a central database is presumed unless people opt out of the database. 33 We think that presumed consent with an opt-out possibility can be a defensible option where the information is used for traditional epidemiological research for healthcare and health policy purposes within a national healthcare setting. But the situation is quite different when the informa- tion is handed over to a third party which is not involved in the patients’ care 34 and has commercial research purposes. Moreover, physicians cannot be expected to allow such access to medical records without explicit consent of their patients, because the purpose goes clearly beyond what can be reasonably construed as the patients’ implied consent at the time of collection. An additional concern is that a presumed consent policy is especially unsuitable for protecting the interests of the vulnerable in the population, both because some of them are unlikely to follow the national debate which is an important background for presumed consent and because others are often overly eager to participate due to unsub- stantiated beliefs in benefits. In general, a presumed consent policy legitimizes carelessness and ignorance among citizens about research participation rather than igniting reflective judgement or deliberation. This is contrary to the spirit of contemporary research ethics.
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BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC:

BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC: "LOWER SEMICONTINUITY OF THE KKT POINT SET IN QUADRATIC PROGRAMS UNDER LINEAR PERTURBATIONS" PPT

The problem of minimizing or maximizing a linear-quadratic function on a con- vex polyhedral set is called a quadratic program. Since the appearance of the paper by Daniel [4] in 1973, continuity and differentiability properties of the so- lution map, the local solution map, the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT, for brevity) point set mapping and the optimal value function in parametric quadratic pro- gramming have been studied intensively in the literature. In particular, upper
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CHAPTER 4 SOLAR ENERGY PPSX

CHAPTER 4 SOLAR ENERGY PPSX

We can see that now the cell resistance only conducts 4.4% of the total current and the rest is flowing through the bypass diode. 4.6 I-V Curves on Different Loads We have so far discussed the I-V characteristics of PV cells, but what happens when a load is connected to a PV module? What is the output voltage and current or simply the operating point of the PV module? In short, the operating point is defined by the resistance of the load and we may use graphical method to find this point. Let us examine the following different types of loads and how we can find the operating points of each of them.
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Softwood grafting in jamun (Syzygium cumini Skeel) under open and controlled conditions

Softwood grafting in jamun (Syzygium cumini Skeel) under open and controlled conditions

An experiment was carried out on softwood grafting in Jamun (Syzygium cumini Skeel) under open and controlled conditions during 2016. The result of experiment suggested that least number taken for sprouting recorded in T8 (M3C2: June + shade net) (14.00) and first leaf emergence in T7 (M3C1: June + low cost polyhouse) (21.00).
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CHAPTER 030  DISORDERS OF SMELL  TASTE  AND HEARING  PART 14  DOC

CHAPTER 030 DISORDERS OF SMELL TASTE AND HEARING PART 14 DOC

implants experience sound that helps with speech reading, allows open-set word recognition, and helps in modulating the person's own voice. Usually, within 3 months after implantation, adult patients can understand speech without visual cues. With the current generation of multichannel cochlear implants, nearly 75% of patients are able to converse on the telephone. For individuals who have had both eighth nerves destroyed by trauma or bilateral vestibular schwannomas (e.g., neurofibromatosis type 2), brainstem auditory implants placed near the cochlear nucleus may provide auditory rehabilitation.
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Giáo án tiếng anh lớp 5 tuần 13 Unit 8 What are you reading

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- Asks Ss to open their book on page 55 and tell them they are going to Number the sentences in the correct order. Set the sence[r]
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Boundary conditions for hyperbolic systems of partial differentials equations

Boundary conditions for hyperbolic systems of partial differentials equations

An easy-to-apply algorithm is proposed to determine the correct set(s) of boundary conditions for hyperbolic systems of partial differential equations. The proposed approach is based on the idea of the incoming/outgoing characteristics and is validated by considering two problems. The first one is the well-known Euler system of equations in gas dynamics and it proved to yield set(s) of boundary conditions consistent with the literature. The second test case corresponds to the system of equations governing the flow of viscoelastic liquids.
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