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    Chapter-4 (Introduction to FEM Analysis using COMSOL MULTIPHYSICS) 4.1 Introduction: In simplest form we can define Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) as miniaturized electro-mechanical devices made by using various techniques of micro-fabrication, where the dimensions can be in the range from less than one micron to several millimeters. Many MEMS devices are of the size of a grain or the eye of a needle. MEMS is indeed one of the most promising and emerging areas of engineering. This…

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    as a seismic invisibility cloak, allowing the building to rock with the earthquake instead of swaying against it. This structure can be reinforced with materials such as structural steel with increased ductility, which can increase the active mass damping of the structure. Structural components such as trusses, shear walls, moment-resisting frames and cross bracing can increase the building 's chances in…

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    Introduction: The dental pulp is a loose connective tissue that is found in the center of the tooth. Its primary function is the formation and support of the dentine that surrounds it (Sol√≥mon, 2015). The pulp has the unique reparative capacity where it can cause the differentiation of new odontoblasts and in turn lay down dentine. The pulp can be damaged and this leads to the need for treatment. It can be damaged due to trauma either directly or from restorative procedures, an open restoration…

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    Compatibility test and Glasshouse trial In the present study, BA, SA and HL were selected on the basis of their antifungal activity (up to 45% against RS) by dual culture assay and all were able to produce siderophore, protease, indole acetic acid and chitinase (data not shown). Moreover, on the basis of their compatibility against each other, these three microbes used in this study. They showed appropriate growth under compatibility test against each other. Therefore, mixed consortia of BA, SA…

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    Welcome and hold tight to your seat because what you are about to witness is extraordinary peace of research supportive by word class science. Following work of one of the most influential doctors, Phd and nutrion gurus. Report discusses some of the most advance anabolic strategies, it will blow your mind. Analysing three day diet plan of Darren who is currently in preparing himself for massive bulking season in order to dominate within his desired sport of bodybuilding. Areas of discussion…

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    ones to see all available options with the greatest clarity and impartiality. They take a broad view when problem-solving, and by moving slowly and analytically, will almost always come to the right decision. However, they can become very critical, damping enthusiasm for anything without logical grounds, and they have a hard time inspiring themselves or others to be passionate about their work. Teamworker[edit] A Teamworker is the oil between the cogs that keeps the machine that is the team…

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    Voice Evaluation Report

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    Voice Evaluation Identifying Information The patient is a 60-year-old, male, high school sociology teacher with a 14-month history of progressive dysphonia. The patient was diagnosed with a large substernal thyroid by a laryngologist and underwent thyroidectomy surgery 7 months ago. The patient notes that voice problems have persisted for about a year. The patient reports that prior to the thyroid surgery, his voice problems were more severe than his current voice quality. Immediately after…

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    Reflection High-Energy Electron Refraction Intensity Oscillations Reflection high-energy electron refraction (RHEED) has been used as a surface probe for in situ observation of monolayer growth using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) because of its high surface sensitivity and a near grazing incidence. It utilizes diffraction of electrons by surface atoms[1] and the RHEED intensity oscillation can convey morphological information of the growth surface if the intensity oscillation pattern is properly…

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    Plant Protection Assignment 5N2546 A. Pest and disease control measures and legislative control practices. 1. Describe five specific situations where pest and disease control measures are required. (5 pests) Slugs Symptoms The first signs that slugs are in your garden is probably that the leaves on plants are ripped or tore and that there are visible slime trails on the ground. Control measures Slugs can be dealt with in a number of different ways. They can be removed by…

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    The motion is so slow that the effects of inertia and damping forces are very low. The entire phugoid oscillation may be regarded as the slow interchange of kinetic and potential energy about some equilibrium level, the aircraft trying to establish the equilibrium CLV2 = constant from which it was…

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