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Background: Lignin is an organic polymer made up of various aromatic compounds which in combination with cellulose and hemicellulose forms a chief partof the woody tissues. Wood processing industries like paper-pulp industries have been among the most significant of industrial polluters of the waterways and environment.

The treatment of choice for a In this article, we find the necessary and sufficient condition under which the (α,β)-metric F=c_1 α+c_2 β+β^2/α; c_2≠0 is projectively related to a Kropina metric on a manifold M of dimension n ≥ 3, where α and α ̅ are two Riemannian metrics, β and β ̅ are two non zero 1-forms.

The topography was established using Autodesk Revit with reference to Google Earth. The mathematical model was formulated with the discretization of the Navier-Stokes equation in three dimensional form into a simplified and corrected momentum and pressure equations. The maximum positive and negative wind pressures were obtained from 180° south wind attack angle and critical wind pressures were obtained from the maximum negative wind pressures. Topography in terms of elevation showed that the recorded wind pressure of elevated houses are higher than those situated on the non-elevated areas.

Background: Over the last few years, the notion that dyslexia is a learning disability, which initially appears as a difficulty in reading learning and later as unstable in spelled writing and as a lack of ability to manipulate written words in opposed to oral speech. The situation is essentially cognitive and usually genetic. It is not due to a mental deficiency, a lack of socio-cultural opportunity, emotional factors, or another brain building deficit. A large proportion of children with dyslexia are experiencing motor difficulties such as developmental coordination disorder.

This paper x-rays the importance of assistive technology devices (ATDs) in university library for the teaching and learning of students with visual impairments. The introduction of technology has benefited the sighted however not leaving out students with visual impairments.

The present study aims to explore whether there are gender-oriented differences in learners' performance when solving equations which require the application of a structure sense. In mathematics one can identify that learners lack a competence of logical observation of algebraic expressions. This deficiency results in the learners' technical approach to exercises, the time they require for obtaining the solution, numerous errors and difficulty in finding the solution. This absent competence is called 'the structure sense'.

In this paper we present the distribution of simulated state variables in a -adsorber-collector prototype of an adsorption solar refrigerator designed to work with the zeolite-water pair under the climatic conditions of the city of Ouagadougou. The solar performance factor (COPs) and the cooling capacity (SCP) are the parameters studied for evaluating the system performance.

Mulberry gardens are being contaminated by various pesticides and fungicides from nearby agricultural practice. Specifically copper containing fungicides utilized in adjacent cultivations where thecrops is being protected by copper fungicides to control the fungal pathogens. Copper besides other heavy metals and pesticides can also alters the activities of ATPase’s of silkworm larvae particularly sodium/potassium, magnesium, and total ATPase’s. Hence the author aimed to study the effect of copper on silkworm ATPase’s activity.

In several decades, the electric power industry has been structured as vertically integrated utilities which can generate, transmit and distribute power to the consumers. These utilities operate according to the policies, guidelines and regulations framed by the government and are responsible for the development, expansion and standardization of electric power industry. These state-owned utilities are obliged to provide electricity to every customer in a region and are assured of fair returns without any risk.

Around 3 billion people in the world cook and heat inside their homes using solid biomass fuel with simple stoves burning biomass and coal. Indoor Air Pollution (IAP) from inefficient cooking practices is a big environmental health problem worldwide (WHO, 2016). Climate forcing pollutants viz., Carbon dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4) and Particulate Matters (PM) have an impact on the environment and human health. Use of biomass causes deforestation and environmental degradation as well as it contributes in Green House Gases (GHGs) (IPCC, 2007).

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