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• Ebook Fundamentals of thermal fluid sciences cengel (5th edition): Part 1

(BQ) Ebook Fundamentals of thermal fluid sciences cengel (5th edition): Part 1 presents the following content: Introduction and overview; basic concepts of thermodynamics; energy, energy transfer, and general energy analysis; properties of pure substances; energy analysis of closed systems; mass and energy analysis of control volumes; the second law of thermodynamics; entropy; power and refrigeration cycles; introduction and properties of fluids; fluid statics; bernoulli and energy equations; momentum analysis of flow systems; internal flow; external flow: drag and lift.

• Ebook Hydraulic engineering: Fundamental concepts – Part 1

(BQ) Ebook Hydraulic engineering: Fundamental concepts – Part 1 presents the following content: Chapter 1 fundamental concepts, chapter 2 general energy equation, chapter 3 types of flow and loss due to friction, chapter 4 minor losses.

• Ebook Hydraulic engineering: Fundamental concepts – Part 2

(BQ) presents the following content: Chapter 5 series and parallel pipeline systems, chapter 6 pumps and turbines, appendix A properties of water, appendix B properties of common liquids, appendix C dimensions of steel pipe, appendix D dimensions of type k copper tubing, appendix E conversion factors.

• Ebook Probability and statistics for engineers and scientists (Ninth edition): Part 2

(BQ) Ebook Probability and statistics for engineers and scientists (Ninth edition): Part 2 presents the following content: Simple linear regression and correlation, multiple linear regression and certain nonlinear regression models, one-factor experiments: general, factorial experiments (two or more factors), 2k factorial experiments and fractions, nonparametric statistics, statistical quality control, bayesian statistics, Appendix A: statistical tables and proofs, Appendix B: answers to odd-numbered non-review exercises.

• Implementation of open-heart surgery in dong nai general hospital: Preliminary results

Implementation of openheart surgery in local hospitals might be necessary to help economize the treatment, improve the quality of the local medical staff and unload central hospitals. Since 2018, Dong Nai General Hospital, such a program with the assistance from Cho Ray Hospital.

• Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy: Titanium and zirconium: Mineral resources, sustainable mining and industrial ecology

Despite titanium (Ti) and zirconium (Zr) minerals being critical, often irreplaceable, and generally unrecyclable components of modern materials, there is very little understanding on the constraints affecting their availability within the public literature. And while co/by-products such as hafnium (Hf), vanadium (V), garnet, and rare earth elements (REE) add significant value to the extraction of these minerals, they suffer from the same level of recyclability and understanding as Ti and Zr minerals.

• Water level prediction at Tich Bui rivers using guided regularized random forests

Three main approaches have been generally proposed to the flood forecasting including: i) physical models, ii) statistical models and iii) data-driven models. The first approaches, also called hydraulic models, aims to reproduce the hydrological processes in a physically realistic manner and is based on mathematical formulas of conservation of mass, momentum and energy.

• Transport characteristics of haze episode over ulsan, South Korea

PM2.5 is the particulate matter with aerodynamic diameter of 2.5 µm or less, which is the root cause of haze event. Although there is no detailed standard for haze episode, haze is generally defined as a phenomenon characterized by visibility of ~8km, high concentration of particulate matter, relative humidity of less than 90%, following by certain weather conditions of very low wind speed of < 1 m/s and suppressed planetary boundary layer height.

• Difficulties in teaching market leader at Thuyloi University contextfrom teachers’ points of view

Educational quality is one of the core values of Thuyloi University in general and its English division, in School of International Education, in particular. The lecturers of the English division, Thuyloi University have always been working with a view to achieve excellence in teaching and learning performance.

• Stimulating TAM-mediated anti-tumor immunity with mannose-decorated nanoparticles in ovarian cancer

Current cancer immunotherapies have made tremendous impacts but generally lack high response rates, especially in ovarian cancer. New therapies are needed to provide increased benefits. One understudied approach is to target the large population of immunosuppressive tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs).

• Improving health-related quality of life in women with breast, blood, and gynaecological Cancer with an eHealth-enabled 12-week lifestyle intervention: The women’s wellness after Cancer program randomised controlled trial

The residual effects of cancer and its treatment can profoundly affect women’s quality of life. This paper presents results from a multisite randomized controlled trial that evaluated the clinical benefits of an e-health enabled health promotion intervention (the Women’s Wellness after Cancer Program or WWACP) on the health-related quality of life of women recovering from cancer treatment.

• RHOA protein expression correlates with clinical features in gastric cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Gastric cancer (GC) is one of the most fatal cancers worldwide and is generally only detected after it has progressed to an advanced stage. Since there is a lack of comprehensive data on RHOA protein expression of patients with GC, this study utilized a systematic review and meta-analysis to address the limitation.

• Cancer risk in persons with new-onset anaemia: A population-based cohort study in Denmark

The time interval from first symptom and sign until a cancer diagnosis significantly affects the prognosis. Therefore, recognising and acting on signs of cancer, such as anaemia, is essential.

• Pan-cancer analysis identifies BIRC5 as a prognostic biomarker

The BIRC5 gene encodes for the Survivin protein, which is a member of the inhibitor of apoptosis family. Survivin is found in humans during fetal development, but generally not in adult cells thereafter

• Identification of spatio-temporal clusters of lung cancer cases in Pennsylvania, USA: 2010–2017

It is known that geographic location plays a role in developing lung cancer. The objectives of this study were to examine spatio-temporal patterns of lung cancer incidence in Pennsylvania, to identify geographic clusters of high incidence, and to compare demographic characteristics and general physical and mental health characteristics in those areas.

• Global attractors for semilinear parabolic equations with delays

In the paper "Global attractors for semilinear parabolic equations with delays", we prove the existence and upper semicontinuity of global attractors with respect to parameters for semilinear parabolic equations with general delays. The obtained results recover and extend some known ones about a non-local PDE with the stateselective delay in [10].

• Existence of weak solutions for mixed problems of parabolic systems

The purpose of this paper "Existence of weak solutions for mixed problems of parabolic systems" is to investigate the existence of generalized solutions for strongly parabolic systems in a cylindrical domain. The decay of the solution at infinity, depending on the right-hand of the equation, is also studied in this article.

• Linear topological invariants of spaces of holomorphic functions in infinite dimension

The purpose of this paper "Linear topological invariants of spaces of holomorphic functions in infinite dimension" is to investigate the existence of generalized solutions for strongly parabolic systems in a cylindrical domain. The decay of the solution at infinity, depending on the right-hand of the equation, is also studied in this article.

• Modeling of massive inductors with the H-φ magnetodynamic formulations via a finite element technique

Magnetodynamic problems are present everywhere in electrical systems in general and electrical equipments in particular. Thus, studying magnetodynamic problems becomes very important in the electromagnetic devices and is always topical subjects for researchers and designers in worldwide.

• Alternative generalized predictive control for output disturbed multi-input multi-output discrete time systems

This article proposes an option to execute conveniently the traditional Model Predictive Control (GPC), called the Alternative Generalized Predictive Control (AGPC). In this AGPC the disturbed discrete-time input-output mapping of controlled plant is utilized directly for the prediction of plant outputs, instead of its transfer function as being done in the conventional approach.