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Vol 2 Issue 7

Volume  2  Issue  7

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Abolfazl Zahedi Arismani , Reza Dashti, Seyed Morteza Moghimi , alireza deshiri badi

ATC railway intelligent network system

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Kenji Abe

Exploitation of mammals As a possible factor of social pathology

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Gyang Moses., James Ameh., Peterside Kumbish, Ijugila Bitrus, Israel Barde..,s and James Ahmed.

Isolation of Salmonella enterica var Gallinarum in Day Old Broiler Chicks Obtained from Some Hatcheries around Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

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J A A C Wijesinghe1, I. Wicramasinghe and K.H Saranandha

Changes in Colour attributes of Kithul (Caryota urens) flour stored in Refrigerated (4°c) Condition

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Abolfazl Zahedi Arismani , Reza Dashti, Seyed Morteza Moghimi , Alireza Deshiri Badi

Electronic systems railway buildings

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Abstract: To ensure an orderly and logical progression and movement of trains, the station complex operation and safety of rail transport block without the use of devices is not possible symptoms. Especially, when operating with maximum efficiency is also taken into consideration. The role of electrical equipment, signs, safety, accuracy and speed in the transportation.This rail paper has introduced the various electronic circuits such as interlocking systems include CTC and PRC and software as well as how the automatic block system.

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Dr. Muain Qasem Jawabrah and Dr. Usama Ibrahim Badawy

Step towards upgrading perspective for Shuafat Refugee Camp –Jerusalem

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Abstract: The estimated age of old Jerusalem is 5,000 B.C. The city holds special significance for all three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Palestinian residents of Jerusalem lack access to adequate water and sanitation infrastructure and services primarily due to the Jerusalem Municipality’s strict housing and urban planning regime which places strict criteria for entitlement of these services. The study uses a qualitative approach in order to provide a deeper understanding of living and housing conditions in the refugee of Shuafat. The vulnerable and miserable situation in the camps has badly affected the innocent refugees. In case there is an international support for upgrading through proper donation, the main living and housing condition in the Shuafat refugees’ camp can be improved. This paper explores the current living and housing conditions in the Shuafat refugee’s camp of. This paper will give clear recommendations and various scenarios for upgrading housing and living conditions in the refugee camps of the west bank and Jerusalem.

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Kenji Abe

Nine Types of Childhood Environment That Actually Produced Mass Murderers Based on the Information in Lay Literature and on the Internet

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 Matar Aseel , Atiyat Diala , Abu Ameereh Samar

The Impact of Using Green Buildings on the Rationalization of Consumption of Energy Resources, Water and Building Materials in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

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Abstract: This paper aimed to study the environmentally friendly buildings( green building ), especially in the State of Jordan, also the benefits of these buildings have been identified, and through the research, it shows that regular buildings are characterized by three major Characters, which are the drain energy and resources, polluting the environment through emissions and fumes, liquid or solid waste, and the negative impact on the health of the users of buildings as a result of the use of different chemicals and other pollutants. The study also shows the impact of constructing an ordinary building on the amount of using energy, water and building materials resources which has lead to the fear of depletion of these resources, and based on these negatives, the principles of the environmentally friendly buildings carry ideas and theses which are able to overcome the drawbacks mentioned above. Jordan has provided several facilities in order to stimulate the construction of green buildings; the research found that the use of green building in the building regulations will reduce energy consumption rates by (20-50%), and the ratios of water resources to (40%), and rates of building materials to (70%).

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Samar Abu Ameereh, Hassan Abu Ameereh , Diala Atiyat , Aseel Matar

Utilizing Oil Palm Shell to Produce Light Weight Concrete

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Abstract: In unusual concrete sets, lightweight concrete is considered as one of the most important substances in these sets. It has utilized for many years in architecture and insulation field of work. This research illustrates a new procedure used to generate structural lightweight concrete by utilizing oil palm shell (OPS) as a kind of an agriculture solid waste. More specifically, the researcher concentrated on using OPS aggregate for reinforced concrete beam as an example of structural members. The purpose of this research is to provide engineers with a better design idea and suitable application of using waste light weight aggregate specially oil palm shell for producing light weight concrete .in this research, the main properties of OPS concrete specifically the density of concrete, modulus of elasticity, compression strength and the flexural strength have been discussed in addition to cost analysis of using such materials.

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El Sayed Hameda E. A.; Younis Reda O. A.; Al Othaimen Hanan S.

Responses of Changes in Productivity, Yield and Fruit Quality of Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) Plant Under Bio – and Chemical Nutrition

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Kenji Abe

A Possible Environmental Pattern to Develop Psychopathy: Re-Examining Cleckley

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Abstract: Although there have been significant advances in the knowledge and understanding of psychopathy, its etiology remains unclear. Hare noted that there are no substantial differences in background between psychopaths and general criminals and further posits that parenting is probably not essential. Cleckley reported that he could not recognize any specific regular patterns in environmental factors that always seemed to produce psychopathy. However, he also noted that many traumatic events and conflicting situations seem to have significantly influenced the development of psychopaths. This paper systematically reexamines the profiles of the 16 patients in Cleckley’s The Mask of Sanity to determine whether there is indeed no regular environmental pattern associated with psychopathy.

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Muhuri Mongaldip, Paul Pintu, Basak Nilay Kumar

Bank Erosion and Shifting Nature of the Hooghly River at Sundalpurchar and Gosainchar Mouza, Ranaghat-I Block,
Nadia District, West Bengal, India

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Abstract: River bank erosion is a common fluvio-geomorphological phenomenon in the lower part of a river. Due to bank erosion, the shifting of river channel is also occurred and with many factors of erosion, channel geometry has an important role in this regard. There is a relationship between the channel geometry and river bank erosion. The Bhagirathi-Hooghly River has an oscillatory nature of channel shifting and this shifting occurred through the bank erosion. Our study area i.e. Sundalpurchar and Gosainchar mouza are located in the left bank of the Hooghly River and this bank is vulnerable due to erosion. The Hooghly river channel has been shifted along this bank towards east. As a result, lands of this area are eroded and new land has been developed in form of mid channel bar named Mangaldwip. .

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Acim Rachid

Islam and Interfaith Dialogue in the Eyes of the New York Times Reporters

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Abstract: Islam and Muslims were oftentimes criticized for not being able to contribute positively to interfaith dialogue and peace in the contemporary world. This is due mainly to the immense acts of violence that occur every now and then both in the Muslim and non-Muslim world. Various scholars, from a wide range of political and religious affiliations, were therefore called for to interpret Islam and reconsider its tradition concerning certain ideas like dialogue–inside and outside Islam–with the two major Abrahamic faiths: Christianity and Judaism. This study comes to provide a painstaking analysis for the major terminologies that relate to the topic of interfaith dialogue and Islam within the timeframe 2006 and 2012, with the intention of explaining why certain terminologies get the lion’s share while others do not. Content Analysis Method (CAM) was employed as one instrument to categorize the frequency of occurrence of these terminologies in terms of importance and value. The results have found that almost all the reporters of the New York Times prefer to raise the issue of interfaith than to address intrafaith dialogue in their Op-Eds.

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