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Classical Model of Light Transmission in Optical Media: A Descriptive Study

The goal of this work is to use well-known Classical Physics to thoroughly explain the specific mechanism underlying the observed Fresnel Dragging of light in an experiment like the Fizeau experiment of 1851. The original mathematical approach used to analyse the Fizeau experiment, which discovered the relative speed of light in a moving medium in…
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May 5, 2022 0

Study on Enhancement of Microwave Absorption Properties on Modified Kapton Film by Ion Implantation Process

The goal of this study is to use ions like iron (Fe) or Gadolinium (Gd) to change Kapton-polyimide films and evaluate the relationship between phase existence, magnetic characteristics, and microwave absorption. Ion implantation of Fe and Gd ions at a dose of 1 1017 ions/cm2 and energy ions of 30 keV were used to modify…
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November 8, 2021 0

Effect of Cow Dung on Compressive Strength, Density, Abrasion Resistance and Permeability Properties of Earth Brick

The effect of cow dung on the mechanical and durability aspects of earth brick is discussed in this study. Cow faeces chemically stabilised a local earth. When 20% cow dung (by weight of soil) was utilised to stabilise the earth material, it resulted in higher dry and compressive strengths. The dry and wet compressive strengths…
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November 4, 2021 0

Absorption of Macronutrients in Teleost

Teleosts make good use of macronutrients to maintain growth, metabolism, and development. In general, small and solubilized nutrients released during compound dietary asset digestion within the digestive lumen are successively transported across the brush border membrane following a concentration gradient, either by simple diffusion or with the assistance of specific transporters that can carry nutrients…
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June 25, 2021 0

An Advanced Study on Optimization and Characterization of Nano Aluminum Trihydrate-Based Flame-Retardant Materials in the Rotating Packed Bed Reactor

In a rotating packed-bed (RPB) reactor, nano aluminium trihydate (ATH) particles were prepared using a CO2/NaAlO2/H2O absorption-reaction system (Phase I). An orthogonal array, L9, was created using the Taguchi experimental design (34). The rotational speed (A), gas-liquid flow rate ratio (B), ageing temperature (C), and ageing time (D) were all three-level parameters. The larger-the-better for…
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March 8, 2021 0