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  • Contributions Of Galileo Galilei

    The Renaissance was a fresh start for Europeans and the beginning of the modern world. The decline of feudalism allowed Europeans to have more freedom. New opportunities presented themselves, people were becoming educated and even moving into better social classes. Galileo Galilei was the first out of six descendants from Vincenzo Galilei, an Italian composer (History.com Staff). Galileo was born in Pisa, Italy in 1564 and later on his family moved to Florence in 1572 (Machamer). The scientist…

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  • 2. What Are Stem Cells (What Characteristics Define Them)?

    Plasmodium vivax? Lowest? What are the implications for disease (i.e., what happens when the infected cells are stiff? Compliant?) The elastic modulus of the red blood cell affected by Plasmodium falciparum is considered to be the highest as it stiffness increases still it reaches the schizont stage of infection .While the lowest elastic modulus is for the cell affected by Plasmodium…

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  • Case Study Of Avabahuka

    analgesic medicine during the treatment. At seven days of therapy, there was 21% improvement in shoulder function and this relative improvement was sustained at the one month assessment i.e. 54%. The therapy showed improvement in shoulder pain, joint stiffness and the activity of daily living. There was no side effect observed during the treatment as well as after the completion of…

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  • Lamborghini: The Italian Sports Car

    Coachwork is generally produced by sheet and, protected the car’s other component. Designing of the body is significant. Sports car companies attach importance to body design. The remarkable things are while designing the body; used materials, stiffness weigh of the body and, aerodynamic design.Lamborghini is one of the most valuable sports car company is in the world. Lamborghini is Italian company and founded in 1963. The sports cars, produced by Lamborghini, reach high speed and, have good…

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  • Vegan Dance Benefits

    Is being a vegan dancer safe? I trust that being a vegan dancer is safe, in light of the fact that there are numerous alternatives of equivalent or greater than for all nutrients that are found in meat. Additionally I trust that being a vegan is a more beneficial direction for living and addition to personal health benefits, you’ll be sparing many animals every year daily from suffering and helping to promote a “greener” future by reducing your individual carbon footprint. Following a vegan diet…

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  • Cast And Splints

    Cast or Splint Care, Adult Casts and splints are supports that are worn to protect broken bones and other injuries. For instance, a cast may hold a bone still and in the correct position while it heals. Casts and splints may also help ease pain, swelling, and muscle spasms. A cast is a hardened support usually made of fiberglass or plaster. It is custom-fit to the body and offers more protection than a splint. It cannot be taken on and off. A splint is a type of soft support, usually made from…

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  • Engineering Stress And Strain Case Study Answers

    1) What are engineering stress and strain? Answer: Engineering Stress: Engineering stress is also called nominal stress, and it is defined as the applied load divided by the original cross sectional area of the material. Engineering Strain: Engineering strain is defined as the amount of material that deforms per unit length in a tensile test. Engineering strain is also known as nominal strain. 2) In the figure below, graphically show the toughness of three class materials:…

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  • Granite-Reasonable Dimensional Stability, Better Internal Damping

    some major flaws, like the ones which are listed below. • It is difficult to machine this material into required size andshape • Its scarcity and price • Low thermal conductivity leading it to heat concentration andeventual cracking, Ceramics- Stiffness, strength, corrosion resistance, dimensional stability, good surface finish. Brittle and expensive, low conductivity. Polymer Concrete- Low Young’s Modulus, low thermal conductivity, high damping properties. Tensile and impact strengths lower,…

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  • The Symptoms Of Parkinson's Disease

    while the body is at rest. Slow movement also known as Bradykinesia, is another motor symptom. This can effect daily activities like buttoning a shirt or brushing teeth. The gait of a person can also be effected and is seen in a shuffling walk. Stiffness or rigidity causes muscles that normally stretch to stay stiff decreasing range of motion and posture stability. Secondary motor symptoms include freezing of gait, which is a temporary hesitation to step forward. When a person with Parkinson’s…

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  • Case Study: Horseshoe Crab

    It has high stiffness as well as strength that is compared closely to steel. Its main structure is a result of the cellulose. It is made of organized micro fibrils, and also has crystalline and amorphous regions. The mechanical properties are highly antistrophic, and have great stiffness in the axial regions. The density of wood is also strong as well. This assists with its strong fracture toughness…

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