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Jual Obat Aborsi Di Ambon 0821-4917-6664 Obat Aborsi Cytotc Asli Ambon Sulawesi, Obat Aborsi Sulawesi Mar 2109

Jual Obat Aborsi Di Ambon 0821-4917-6664 Obat Aborsi Cytotc Asli Ambon Sulawesi, Obat Aborsi Sulawesi

Obat Aborsi Sulawesi

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Design Of Microwave Lowpass Filters Based On Metamaterial Components, Mushtaq Ahmed Dec 2103

Design Of Microwave Lowpass Filters Based On Metamaterial Components, Mushtaq Ahmed

Mushtaq A. Alqaisy

No abstract provided.


A Study Of Wings With Constant And Variable Sweep For Aerodynamic Efficiency In Inviscid Flow, Bruno Moorthamers May 2022

A Study Of Wings With Constant And Variable Sweep For Aerodynamic Efficiency In Inviscid Flow, Bruno Moorthamers

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Wing sweep has been studied by industry and academia since the pioneering days of aviation for both high-speed and low-speed applications. In transonic and supersonic flight regimes it serves to delay the onset of compressibility effects and decrease wave drag. In subsonic conditions, flying wing designs sweep back the main lifting surface in such a way that it can be used for longitudinal stability and control, to allow for the elimination of a traditional empenage. This is desirable because it can decrease the aerodynamic drag. Sweep can also be seen in nature in the wings of birds and fins of ...


Evaluating Plant Uptake Of 4,4'-Methylenedianiline, Jeff Wight May 2022

Evaluating Plant Uptake Of 4,4'-Methylenedianiline, Jeff Wight

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

4,4’-Methylenedianiline (MDA) is an important industrial chemical used primarily in the production of polyurethane. It is toxic and a suspected human carcinogen. Polyurethane is used in a wide variety of applications such as furniture cushioning, coatings, adhesives, sealants, and elastomers. Polyurethane in soil may degrade and release MDA. This is concerning due to some models predicting a high potential for MDA to be taken up by plants and stored in edible tissue, creating a possible route of exposure for humans and animals. In this project, the potential for MDA to be take up by plants was investigated in ...


Development And Testing Of Braking And Acceleration Features For Vehicle Advanced Driver Assistance System, Johann Carlo Marasigan, Gian Paolo Mayuga, Elmer R. Magsino Apr 2022

Development And Testing Of Braking And Acceleration Features For Vehicle Advanced Driver Assistance System, Johann Carlo Marasigan, Gian Paolo Mayuga, Elmer R. Magsino

Electronics, Computer, and Communications Engineering Faculty Publications

Traffic congestion is a constant problem for cities worldwide. The human driving inefficiency and poor urban planning and development contribute to traffic buildup and travel discomfort. An example of human inefficiency is the phantom traffic jam, which is caused by unnecessary braking, causing traffic to slow down, and eventually coming to a stop. In this study, a brake and acceleration feature (BAF) for the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) is proposed to mitigate the effects of the phantom traffic phenomenon. In its initial stage, the BAF provides a heads-up display that gives information on how much braking and acceleration input ...


Surface Modified Hybrid Znsno3 Nanocubes For Enhanced Piezoelectric Power Generation And Wireless Sensory Application, Sk Md Ali Zaker Shawon, Zaida D. Carballo, Valeria Suarez Vega, Chen Lin, Muhammad Sufian Rafaqut, Andrew Xu Sun, James Li, Mohammed Jasim Uddin Feb 2022

Surface Modified Hybrid Znsno3 Nanocubes For Enhanced Piezoelectric Power Generation And Wireless Sensory Application, Sk Md Ali Zaker Shawon, Zaida D. Carballo, Valeria Suarez Vega, Chen Lin, Muhammad Sufian Rafaqut, Andrew Xu Sun, James Li, Mohammed Jasim Uddin

Chemistry Faculty Publications and Presentations

Piezoelectric Nanogenerators (PENGs), which can convert ambient mechanical stimuli into electrical energy, are held in high regard due to their cost-effectiveness, energy harvesting applications, and potential as self-powered sensors. We report an aluminum-doped zinc stannate (ZnSnO3) PENG that can achieve high electrical outputs with respect to the external force. In order to enrich the piezoelectric mechanics, a low-temperature solution method was adopted in our work to synthesize ZnSnO3 nanocubes with an average side length of only 30 – 55 nm. Furthermore, ZnSnO3 was doped with 1 wt% to 5 wt% of aluminum nanoparticles. We report that 2 wt% of aluminum doped ...


A Self-Referencing Non-Destructive Test Method To Detect Damage In Reinforced Concrete Bridge Decks Using Nonlinear Vibration Response Characteristics, Ali Hafiz, Thomas Schumacher, Anis M. Raad Feb 2022

A Self-Referencing Non-Destructive Test Method To Detect Damage In Reinforced Concrete Bridge Decks Using Nonlinear Vibration Response Characteristics, Ali Hafiz, Thomas Schumacher, Anis M. Raad

Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations

Several non-destructive test (NDT) methods, namely visual inspection, hammer sounding, chain drag, impulse response testing, impact echo testing, ultrasonic (array) echo testing, and under certain conditions ground penetrating radar (GPR) are currently used to detect and estimate the extent of damage such as delaminations in reinforced concrete bridge decks. In this article, we present a self-referencing NDT method that builds on impulse response (IR) testing to detect damage using nonlinear vibration characteristics. The hypothesis is that for an undamaged deck, varying the impact force applied to a specific test point does not affect the corresponding frequency response function (FRF) for ...


A New Approach For Grasp Quality Calculation Using Continuous Boundary Formulation Of Grasp Wrench Space, Shuwei Qiu, Shuwei Qiu Ph.D., P.Eng. Feb 2022

A New Approach For Grasp Quality Calculation Using Continuous Boundary Formulation Of Grasp Wrench Space, Shuwei Qiu, Shuwei Qiu Ph.D., P.Eng.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Publications

No abstract provided.


Representation Learning For Chemical Activity Predictions, Mohamed S. Ayed Feb 2022

Representation Learning For Chemical Activity Predictions, Mohamed S. Ayed

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Computational prediction of a phenotypic response upon the chemical perturbation on a biological system plays an important role in drug discovery and many other applications. Chemical fingerprints derived from chemical structures are a widely used feature to build machine learning models. However, the fingerprints ignore the biological context, thus, they suffer from several problems such as the activity cliff and curse of dimensionality. Fundamentally, the chemical modulation of biological activities is a multi-scale process. It is the genome-wide chemical-target interactions that modulate chemical phenotypic responses. Thus, the genome-scale chemical-target interaction profile will more directly correlate with in vitro and in ...


Detailed Velocity And Heat Transfer Measurements In An Advanced Gas Turbine Vane Insert Using Magnetic Resonance Velocimetry And Infrared Thermometry, Michael Benson, David Bindon Cdt'19, Mattias Cooper Cdt'19, F. Todd Davidson, Benjamin Duhaime Cdt'19, David Helmer, Robert Woodings Cdt'19, Bret P. Van Poppel, Christopher J. Elkins, John P. Clark Feb 2022

Detailed Velocity And Heat Transfer Measurements In An Advanced Gas Turbine Vane Insert Using Magnetic Resonance Velocimetry And Infrared Thermometry, Michael Benson, David Bindon Cdt'19, Mattias Cooper Cdt'19, F. Todd Davidson, Benjamin Duhaime Cdt'19, David Helmer, Robert Woodings Cdt'19, Bret P. Van Poppel, Christopher J. Elkins, John P. Clark

West Point Research Papers

This work reports the results of paired experiments for a complex internal cooling flow within a gas turbine vane using magnetic resonance velocimetry (MRV) and steady-state infrared (IR) thermometry. A scaled model of the leading edge insert for a gas turbine vane with multi-pass impingement was designed, built using stereolithography fabrication methods, and tested using MRV techniques to collect a three-dimensional, three-component velocity field data set for a fully turbulent test case. Stagnation and recirculation zones were identified and assessed in terms of impact on potential cooling performance. A paired experiment employed an IR camera to measure the temperature profile ...


Flexural Strengthening Of Rc Slabs Using Near Surface Mounted Gfrp Bars, Sama Taha Jan 2022

Flexural Strengthening Of Rc Slabs Using Near Surface Mounted Gfrp Bars, Sama Taha

Theses and Dissertations

Glass Fiber reinforced polymers (GFRPs) have been recently successfully used to increase reinforced concrete elements' strength. In general, FRPs have many advantages such as resistance to corrosion, and high strength-to-weight ratio. On the other hand, debonding from concrete may constitute a limitation to using GFRP bars; hence the increase in strength of RC elements strengthened using GFRP bars may be limited by this premature debonding failure mechanism.

This study aims to investigate the strengthening effect of GFRP bars on the capacity of RC slabs when subject to flexure loading. The work studies the use of different bonding lengths, diameters and ...


Strengthening Of Long Rc Columns Using Near Surface Mounted Gfrp Bars, Ahmed Romaih Jan 2022

Strengthening Of Long Rc Columns Using Near Surface Mounted Gfrp Bars, Ahmed Romaih

Theses and Dissertations

Many of the existing reinforced concrete (RC) columns are deficient because of numerous reasons such as increase in service loads, deterioration due to environmental attacks, errors in the design and/or construction phase or in the worst case, accidents. These elements require strengthening or repair. Different methods have been developed over the years for solving different rehabilitation problems. Recently, advanced composites used for external bonding in the form of fabrics or laminates have become an accepted method. The use of Fibre-Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) in this process is a promising technology, especially that these materials are corrosion-free. One of the new ...


Osm-Gan: Using Generative Adversarial Networks For Detecting Change In High-Resolution Spatial Images, James Carswell Jan 2022

Osm-Gan: Using Generative Adversarial Networks For Detecting Change In High-Resolution Spatial Images, James Carswell

Articles

Detecting changes to built environment objects such as buildings/roads/etc. in aerial/satellite (spatial) imagery is necessary to keep online maps and various value-added LBS applications up-to-date. However, recognising such changes automatically is not a trivial task, and there are many different approaches to this problem in the literature. This paper proposes an automated end-to-end workflow to address this problem by combining OpenStreetMap (OSM) vectors of building footprints with a machine learning Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) model - where two neural networks compete to become more accurate at predicting changes to building objects in spatial imagery. Notably, our proposed OSM-GAN ...


“Fame”: Fspying & Solving Firewall Anomalies, B Lakshimibhargavi, V Maruti Prasad Jan 2022

“Fame”: Fspying & Solving Firewall Anomalies, B Lakshimibhargavi, V Maruti Prasad

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

No abstract provided.


Comparative Analysis Of Pvm And Mpi For The Development Of Physical Applications In Parallel And Distributed Systems, Srikanth. Bethu Jan 2022

Comparative Analysis Of Pvm And Mpi For The Development Of Physical Applications In Parallel And Distributed Systems, Srikanth. Bethu

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

This research is aimed to explore each of these two Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) and Message Passing Interface(MPI) vehicles for DPP (Distributed Parallel Processing) considering capability, ease of use, and availability, and compares their distinguishing features and also explores programmer interface and their utilization for solving real world parallel processing applications. This work recommends a potential research issue, that is, to study the feasibility of creating a programming environment that allows access to the virtual machine features of PVM and the message passing features of MPI. PVM and MPI, two systems for programming clusters, are often compared. Each system ...


Extracting Accurate Data From Multiple Conflicting Information On Web Sources, Akshata Angadi, Karuna Gull, Padmashri Desai Jan 2022

Extracting Accurate Data From Multiple Conflicting Information On Web Sources, Akshata Angadi, Karuna Gull, Padmashri Desai

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

For The World-Wide Web has become the most important information source for most of us. As different websites often provide conflicting information there is no guarantee for the correctness of the data. Among multiple conflict results, can we automatically identify which one is likely the true fact?, In this paper our experiments show that Fact finder, a supporter for user to resolve the problem, successfully finds true facts among conflicting information, and identifies Trust worthy websites better than the popular search engines. In our paper we give ratings based on two things- popularity or the hits & number of occurrences of ...


New Dynamic Query Optimization Technique In Relational Database Management Systems, N. Satyanarayana, Sk. Sharfuddin, Sk.Jan Bhasha Jan 2022

New Dynamic Query Optimization Technique In Relational Database Management Systems, N. Satyanarayana, Sk. Sharfuddin, Sk.Jan Bhasha

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Query optimizer is an important component in the architecture of relational data base management system. This component is responsible for translating user submitted query into an efficient query evolution program which can be executed against the database. The present query evolution existing algorithm tries to find the best possible plan to execute a query with a minimum amount of time using mostly semi accurate statistical information (e.g. sizes of temporary relations, selectivity factors, and availability of resources). It is a static approach for generating optimal or close to optimal execution plan. Which in turn increases the execution cost of ...


Advanced Embedded Wireless Robot With Motion Detection System And Live Video / Audio Transmission, Ma. Wajeed, K. Varun Kumar Jan 2022

Advanced Embedded Wireless Robot With Motion Detection System And Live Video / Audio Transmission, Ma. Wajeed, K. Varun Kumar

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

This paper is to design and develop an intelligence robot to detect dangerous Gas/Smoke by using an 8 bit microcontroller. In our project the robot is designed to move automatically. The robot acts according to the command given by the program. It will move all the direction like forward, reverse, right and left. The Smoke sensing unit is available in robot mechanism. If particular Smoke is detected, robot will switch ON the Alarm Unit. The video and audio are monitored at the control unit. For transmitting audio and video, RF camera has been used.


Development Of Scada Like Application Using Arduino With .Net Interface, Ritika Raj, S.A. Annadate Jan 2022

Development Of Scada Like Application Using Arduino With .Net Interface, Ritika Raj, S.A. Annadate

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Nowadays SCADA systems are used for Home automation, Greenhouse automation, E-agriculture etc. Basically these SCADA applications include Level Monitoring, Light & Climate Control, Security & Surveillance, control and manage spatially separated utility sites and Control of Shutters & Doors and so on. With the arrival of new hardware and software technologies here a system is proposed which can perform the similar SCADA applications at lower cost and lower maintenances. This paper proposes a viable solution for SCADA like applications which include Water level monitoring, Oil level monitoring & Displacement control by using a microcontroller board and .NET interfacing. This system can not only perform ...


A Study Of Advanced Encryption Tools For Data Security, Shrikant G. Jadhav, Guruprasad B. Chounste Jan 2022

A Study Of Advanced Encryption Tools For Data Security, Shrikant G. Jadhav, Guruprasad B. Chounste

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

With the rapid growth and uses of internet, the task of protection of data and information is become a key challenge to the user as well as security experts. In the era of e-commerce, online shopping, online banking information security is a vital issue. Information may be hacked, stolen and misused. To overcome these issues, encryption tools can be useful. Wide range for encryption tools are available that provide the facilities to the user to secure the information. This paper highlights some of these tools with their features.


Color Image Quantization Using Gdbscan, Kumar Rahul, Suman Kumar Bhattacharya, Rohit Agrawal Jan 2022

Color Image Quantization Using Gdbscan, Kumar Rahul, Suman Kumar Bhattacharya, Rohit Agrawal

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Color image quantization is the most widely used techniques in the field of image compression. DBSCAN is a density based data clustering technique. However DBSCAN is widely used for data clustering but not very popular for color image quantization due to some of issues associated with it. One of the problems associated with DBSCAN is that it becomes expensive when used on whole image data and also the noise points been unmapped. In this paper we are proposing a new color image quantization scheme which overcomes these problems. Our proposed algorithm is GDBSCAN (Grid Based DBSCAN) where we first decompose ...


An Intelligent Optimization Technique For Manet Using Genetic Algorithm, Sujeet More, Umarfarooque Jahagirdar Jan 2022

An Intelligent Optimization Technique For Manet Using Genetic Algorithm, Sujeet More, Umarfarooque Jahagirdar

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

In wireless communication, Mobile Ad Hoc network (MANET) is a group of mobile nodes that are dynamically and randomly located in such a way that the wireless link among nodes are often change due to MANET dynamic features. In this MANET environment, if a device wants to connect to Internet, it must establish a communication with an Internet Gateway. The performance of system is evaluated using simulation. In this paper we propose approximated solutions and new algorithm that helps in QoS routing which can be adaptive, flexible, and intelligent.


Real-Time Multi-Patient Monitoring System Using Arm And Wireless Sensor Network, B. Sirisha, T. Sraddha, K. Vijayanand Jan 2022

Real-Time Multi-Patient Monitoring System Using Arm And Wireless Sensor Network, B. Sirisha, T. Sraddha, K. Vijayanand

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Mobile Multi patient monitoring device has become increasingly important in Hospital wards to record real-time data during normal activity for better treatment. However, the current quality and reliability have not been satisfactory due to the size, weight, distance of coverage and also high power consumption. This paper provides a solution for enhancing the reliability, flexibility by improving the performance and power management of the real-time multi-patient monitoring system (MPMS). In the current proposed system the patient health is continuously monitored by the MPMS and the acquired data is transmitted to a centralized ARM server using Wireless Sensor Networks. A ZigBee ...


Improved Kernel Fuzzy Adaptive Threshold Algorithm On Level Set Method For Image Segmentation, Tara. Saikumar, S. Amit, Y. Dinesh Jan 2022

Improved Kernel Fuzzy Adaptive Threshold Algorithm On Level Set Method For Image Segmentation, Tara. Saikumar, S. Amit, Y. Dinesh

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Using thresholding method to segment an image, a fixed threshold is not suitable if the background is rough Here, we propose a new adaptive thresholding method using level set theory. The method requires only one parameter to be selected and the adaptive threshold surface can be found automatically from the original image. An adaptive thresholding scheme using adaptive tracking and morphological filtering. The Improved Kernel fuzzy c-means (IKFCM) was used to generate an initial contour curve which overcomes leaking at the boundary during the curve propagation. IKFCM algorithm computes the fuzzy membership values for each pixel. On the basis of ...


Face Recognition By Linear Discriminant Analysis, Suman Kumar Bhattacharyya, Kumar Rahul Jan 2022

Face Recognition By Linear Discriminant Analysis, Suman Kumar Bhattacharyya, Kumar Rahul

International Journal of Communication Networks and Security

Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) has been successfully applied to face recognition which is based on a linear projection from the image space to a low dimensional space by maximizing the between class scatter and minimizing the within-class scatter. LDA allows objective evaluation of the significance of visual information in different features of the face for identifying the human face. The LDA also provides us with a small set of features that carry the most relevant information for classification purposes. LDA method overcomes the limitation of Principle Component Analysis method by applying the linear discriminant criterion. This criterion tries to maximize ...


To Calculate The Temperature Fields In The Substrate Layer Of The Submitted Heat Battery With Variable Thermophysical Coefficients At The Specified Temperature Regimes Of The Air In Heliotyhrane, B E. Khayriddinov, Sh B. Khayriddinov Jan 2022

To Calculate The Temperature Fields In The Substrate Layer Of The Submitted Heat Battery With Variable Thermophysical Coefficients At The Specified Temperature Regimes Of The Air In Heliotyhrane, B E. Khayriddinov, Sh B. Khayriddinov

Scientific-technical journal

An analytical method is proposed for solving problems of unsteady heat conduction with var-iable transport coefficients depending on the coordinate of the current point. The temperature fields in the substrate layer of the subsurface heat accumulator are studied with harmonic and exponential laws of air temperature vari-ation in greenhouses and livestock buildings


Analysis Of The Efficiency Of Heat Transfer Intensification In Flat Solar Air Heaters Taking Into Account Heat Recovery At Reynolds Numbers Re <2300., E. S. Abbasov, M A. Umurzakova Jan 2022

Analysis Of The Efficiency Of Heat Transfer Intensification In Flat Solar Air Heaters Taking Into Account Heat Recovery At Reynolds Numbers Re <2300., E. S. Abbasov, M A. Umurzakova

Scientific-technical journal

The article discusses the experimental results on the intensification of heat transfer in flat solar air heaters at Reynolds numbers Re


A Case Study On Solutions Of Linear Fractional Programming Problems, Rashmi Ranjan Ota, Swetarani Tripathy, Dr Mitali Madhusmita Nayak Jan 2022

A Case Study On Solutions Of Linear Fractional Programming Problems, Rashmi Ranjan Ota, Swetarani Tripathy, Dr Mitali Madhusmita Nayak

International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

In some decision making problems, objective function can be defined as the ratio of two linear functional subjects to given constraints. These types of problems are known as linear fractional programming problems. The importance of linear fractional programming problems comes from the fact that many real life problems can be expressed as the ratio of physical or economical values represented by linear functions, for example traffic planning, game theory and production planning etc. In this article, correspond to a production planning problem the mathematical model developed, is a linear fractional programming and in order to solve it, various fractional programming ...


Application Of Gravity Data For Hydrocarbon Exploration Using Machine Learning Assisted Workflow, Oluwafemi Temidayo Alaofin Jan 2022

Application Of Gravity Data For Hydrocarbon Exploration Using Machine Learning Assisted Workflow, Oluwafemi Temidayo Alaofin

LSU Master's Theses

Gravity survey has played an essential role in many geoscience fields ever since it was conducted, especially as an early screening tool for subsurface hydrocarbon exploration. With continued improvement in data processing techniques and gravity survey accuracy, in-depth gravity anomaly studies, such as characterization of Bouguer and isostatic residual anomalies, have the potential to delineate prolific regional structures and hydrocarbon basins. In this study, we focus on developing a cost-effective, quick, and computationally efficient screening tool for hydrocarbon exploration using gravity data employing machine learning techniques. Since land-based gravity surveys are often expensive and difficult to obtain in remote places ...


Uranium 233: The Nuclear Superfuel No One Is Using, Maris Hanson Jan 2022

Uranium 233: The Nuclear Superfuel No One Is Using, Maris Hanson

Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law

Nuclear power offers more energy in less physical space than solar and wind and yields more energy per pound than fossil fuels. However different nuclear fuels yield different waste profiles and create different beneficial products. Uranium 233 (U233) resists use in nuclear weapons, yields beneficial daughter products, and produces dramatically less of the most problematic waste products than Uranium 235 (U235). U233 results from reactions with Thorium, a plentiful, ubiquitous element currently considered waste from rare earth mines. Additionally, U233 functions well in a liquid fuel reactor resulting in safer, more efficient reactors than current solid fuel U235 or Plutonium ...