Title: Effects of Hazelnut Husk Waste on Growth and Nutrient Contents of Primula

Abstract:This study was carried out to determine the use possibility of hazelnut husk waste as growing medium of ornamental plant in greenhouse condition. Five different medium containing sphagnum moss peat (Control) and hazelnut husk waste (HW) were prepared. Some physical and chemical properties of media were determined. Performances of media were tested by growing Primula (Primula obconica) plant in the greenhouse. Nutrient element contents of the experimental plants were analyzed as criteria for the nutritional status. Easly available water content (EAW) and water buffering capacity (WBC) of all growing media were measured desirable levels, while aeration capacity (AC) values were found lower than the limits, except in % 100 HW medium. Fresh and dry weights of plants were found extremely high in medium preparing with HW than SMP. Significantly differences were obtained in N, K, Ca and Mg contents, while no considerable changes were found in P and Na. Generally, N and K amounts of Primula plant were higher but Ca and Mg contents were lower in the media containing HW. Primula plant grown in all mediums, except control reached differently saleable quality levels. It was concluded that HWcan bu used at least 50% and more for the growth of Primula plant as take into consideration the results obtained from this research.




Title: Study of the Stationary Regime of Spherical Detonation in Detonating Gaseous Media

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Title: The Relationship of Professional Certificates and Learning Satisfaction for Higher Vocational School Students

Abstract:Professional certificate verification is a professional technical course. How to arouse students’ learning motivation and willingness so as to develop interest in active learning is worth our discussion. In this paper, the author explores the relationship of learning professional certificates and learning satisfaction among higher vocational college students, finding that (1) in terms of learning satisfaction, female students’ learning satisfaction is higher than male students’, business students’ learning satisfaction is higher than information students, and students who spend more time actively practicing computers every week has higher learning satisfaction; (2) in terms of course arrangement, teachers’ teaching, learning environment and learning outcome, there are significant differences, showing that students with higher learning satisfaction tend to be more positive; (3) in terms of promoting the course of professional certificates, by excluding and dealing with most students’ study in professional certificate course, timely observe the difficulties they meet with in the learning process and lift the learning atmosphere, so that students can achieve promotion in learning satisfaction and successfully obtain the certificates.




Title: Prevalence and Antimicrobial Resistance of Aeromonas spp. Isolated From Drinking Waters

Abstract:The objective of this study is to determine the prevalence and antibiotic resistance of Aeromonas spp. in spring, well and distribution waters in Van city and its province and to evaluate the Aeromonas spp. in terms of public health risks. For this purpose samples (n = 120) were collected from 19 natural springs, 10 wells and 91 public drinking water supply distribution systems. The membrane filter method was used for detection and counting of the bacteria. Several strains of Aeromonas spp. were isolated and identified. The antibiotic resistance of each strain was determined. Contamination was found in about 30% of the total number of samples studied. Three isolates of Aeromonas hydrophila (2.5%), two of Aeromonas sobria (1.6%), and thirty-one from Aeromonas caviae (25.8%) were found in all samples. The A. hydrophila isolates showed resistance to ceftazidime (66.6 %), cefotaxime, ampicilin and amoxicillin clavulanic acid (33.3 %). A. caviae was resistant to ampicilin (58.1 %), amoxicillin clavulanic acid (80.6 %), and ceftazidime (32.2 %) and A. sobria was resistant to amoxicillin clavulanic acid and ceftazidime (100 %), cefotaxime, ofloxacin, piperacillin and tetracycline(50 %). As a result these waters are not fit for consumption in terms of the Aeromonas spp. they contain and may be poses a potential public health hazard in terms of public health




Title: The Role of Central Bank of Jordan In Economic Development

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to look into the impact of the Jordanian setting aside extra cash region on money related headway that was assessed by the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It intends to recognize the activity of the Jordanian dealing with a record division in the assistance of financial enhancement through the study of the proportion of the credit workplaces offered by banks .The study relied upon clear and coherent technique, similarly as on field contemplate. The quantity of occupants in this examination addresses the working banks in Jordan, which offers diverse setting aside extra cash organizations to the customers. The gadget of the study fuses data of credit workplaces, setting aside some cash stores for Jordanian keeping cash division, and absolute national yield that were accumulated from the yearly financial status of Jordanian Central Bank for the period (2000-2015(.The study found that there is an important real impact of the components (the stores of the setting aside extra cash fragment, Credit workplaces) on Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The study expelled the invalid hypothesis and recognized the elective theory for the two speculations. Furthermore, the study recommended that the Jordanian keeping cash territory should develop in the yielding of credit workplaces to each and every monetary part.




Title: The Prevalence and Antimicrobial Resistance of Aeromonas spp. Isolated From Drinking Waters

Abstract:The objective of this study is to determine the prevalence and antibiotic resistance of Aeromonas spp. in spring, well and distribution waters in Van city and its province and to evaluate the Aeromonas spp. in terms of public health risks. For this purpose samples (n = 120) were collected from 19 natural springs, 10 wells and 91 public drinking water supply distribution systems. The membrane filter method was used for detection and counting of the bacteria. Several strains of Aeromonas spp. were isolated and identified. The antibiotic resistance of each strain was determined. Contamination was found in about 30% of the total number of samples studied. Three isolates of Aeromonas hydrophila (2.5%), two of Aeromonas sobria (1.6%), and thirty-one from Aeromonas caviae (25.8%) were found in all samples. The A. hydrophila isolates showed resistance to ceftazidime (66.6 %), cefotaxime, ampicilin and amoxicillin clavulanic acid (33.3 %). A. caviae was resistant to ampicilin (58.1 %), amoxicillin clavulanic acid (80.6 %), and ceftazidime (32.2 %) and A. sobria was resistant to amoxicillin clavulanic acid and ceftazidime (100 %), cefotaxime, ofloxacin, piperacillin and tetracycline(50 %). As a result these waters are not fit for consumption in terms of the Aeromonas spp. they contain and may be poses a potential public health hazard in terms of public health.




Title: Performance assessment of an integrated desiccant air conditioning system powered by solar energy using back propagation artificial neural network

Abstract:In this study, the performance of an integrated desiccant air conditioning system (IDACS) driven by solar energy is experimentally tested and predicted by back propagation artificial neural network (BP-ANN). The IDACS is generally includes a liquid desiccant dehumidification cycle combined with a vapor compression refrigeration cycle. The integrated system performance is assessed utilizing the system coefficient of performance (COP), outlet dry air temperature (Tda-out), and specific moisture removal (SMR). The training of the BP-ANN is accomplished utilizing experimental results previously published. The results of the BP-ANN model revealed the high accuracy in predicting system performance parameters compared with experimental values. The BP-ANN model has shown relative errors in the trained mode for COP, Tda-out, and SMR within ±0.005%, ±0.006%, and ±0.05%, respectively. On the other side, the BP-ANN model is inspected in the predictive mode as well. The relative errors of the model for COP, Tda-out, and SMR in the predictive mode are within ±0.006%, ±0.006%, and ±0.004%, respectively. The influences of some selected parameters, namely regeneration temperature, desiccant solution temperature in the condenser and evaporator, and strong solution concentration on the system performance are examined and discussed as well.




Title: The fractional Fitzhugh-Nagumo within an fractional Ricatti expansion method in the frame of conformable derivatives

Abstract:In this paper, a fractional Ricatti expansion method is proposed to solve a nonlinear time fractional Fitzhugh-Nagumo equation in the frame of conformable derivatives, we also apply it to the nonlinear fractional Newell-Whitehead -Segel and Zeldovich equations which are an particular case of fractional Fitzhugh-Nagumo equation. In order to illustrate the accuracy and validity of this method, some numerical solution are given.




Title: Determining the optimal number of clusters using objective evaluation measures for educational datasets: A comparative study

Abstract:Clustering is most common and well-established data mining technique for discovering patterns in data. Besides other types of data, clustering is also widely used for the same purpose for data acquired from educational settings. Among its di erent variants, K-means algorithm is popular in EDM community for its simplicity and ease of use. However, K-means algorithm itself does not impose the number of clusters. The optimal number of clusters in dataset remains a debatable issue. Di erent methods exist which can be used to estimate the number of clusters present in the dataset. In this paper, we present a comparison of di erent methods used for determining the optimal value of K. We use ve datasets and seven methods to nd the optimal number of clusters in these datasets. Two of the datasets have been extracted from educational settings. The other three are open datasets. We compare results obtained from di erent methods using these ve datasets. EDM community is growing rapidly and the researchers are experimenting with more and more methods. The analysis presented in this paper will help EDM practitioners to choose appropriate technique based on objective evaluation measures to determine the optimal value of K.




Title: Developing a Wireless Real-Time Automated Home Approach Utilizing NI MyRIO Microcontroller Board and LabVIEW platform

Abstract:In this paper, a design process and a hardware implementation for a wireless realtime home automation system approach based on NI MyRIO microcontroller board and LabVIEW platform has been developed. The proposed automated system has two hardware elements: the first one is a personal computer as a system main server hosting the designed LabVIEW platform and the second element is a NI MyRIO microcontroller board for managing the operating between the appliances and the sensors. The appliances can be automatically monitored, controlled, and accessed in response to the signals from the related sensors or manually by the system end-user through smart phone based on Wi-Fi and cloud computing technology. To approve the reliability of the proposed automated system, a hardware realization for three appliances: temperature management, light energy saving, and biometric security system of face recognition with fingerprint check has been introduced. The proposed system has a simple structure, economically cost effective and flexible scaling up for a proper automated home future.