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The field of Affective Computing AC expects to narrow the communicative gap between the highly emotional human and the emotionally challenged computer by developing computational systems that recognize and respond to the affective states of the user.
Affect-sensitive interfaces are being developed in number of domains, including gaming, mental health, and learning technologies. Emotions are part of human life.
Recently, interest has been growing among researchers to find ways of detecting subjective information used in blogs and other online social media.
This paper concerned with the automatic detection of emotions in Arabic text. This construction is based on a moderate sized Arabic emotion lexicon used to annotate Arabic children stories for the six basic emotions: Emotion recognition, affective computing, human- machine interaction, emotional Arabic lexicon, text analysis.
Turkle, The Second Self: On posture as a modality for expressing and recognizing emotions. Christian, Let's get emotional: El Gohary, Torky I. A Cetp Case Study Abstract: Waste water from about thirty five small and medium scale industries majorly comprising of chemical manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries are treated in this CETP.
COD and BOD values at optimized conditions for the two oxidants were compared and observed that maximum reduction of The results clearly indicate that conventional system should be replaced by advanced oxidation process and Fenton's reagent is a suitable choice.
Azmi Bustam and A. Ali Awan, Reduction of chemical oxygen demand from Tannery wastewater by oxidation, Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry 3 1, Devadasan Production of gasoline-like fuel obtained from waste lubrication oil and its physicochemical properties Production of gasoline-like fuel obtained from waste lubrication oil and its physicochemical properties Abstract: In this study, our main focus is on finding alternative fuel resources and utilizing them to eliminate their negative effects.
Because of the limitations of petroleum products, the used engine oils can be used in engine as engine oil after purifying it. Production of gasoline like fuel from used engine oil is involving chemical filtrations and blending process.
Firstly, the WLO collected in a tank was particulates removed by a refining process. The refined lubrication oil samples were taken into a reactor and blended with some catalysts, and purified from dust, heavy carbon soot, metal particles, gum-type materials and other impurities.
A fuel production system mainly consisting of a seven main parts using are waste oil storage tank, filters, a reactor, oil pump, a product storage tank, thermostats and control panel. The characteristic such as density, viscosity, flash point, heating value, sulphur content and distillation of the GLF are deliberated.
The gasoline like fuel can be used in gasoline engine without any problem and increases the engine performance. Biodiesel production from waste cooking oils.
Pyrolysis and combustionof waste lubricant oil from diesel cars: Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis ; Recycling of waste lubricant oil into chemical feedstock or fuel oil over supported iron oxide catalysts.
Degradation of polyethylene and polypropylene into fuel oil by using solid acid and non-acid catalysts. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis ;51 2:Lab 1 Osmosis & Diffusion Osmosis Lab Introduction: Cells have kinetic energy.
This causes the molecules of the cell to move around and bump into each other. Diffusion is one result of this molecular movement.
Diffusion is the random movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to areas of lower concentration.
Osmosis . Lab 4: Diffusion and Osmosis (Revised Fall ) Lab 4 - Biol - Page 1 of 23 Lab 4. Diffusion and Osmosis in Selectively Permeable Membranes Prelab Assignment Before coming to lab, read carefully the introduction and the procedures for each part of the experiment, and then answer the prelab questions at the end of this lab handout.
The need for unconventional sources of fresh water is pushing a fast development of desalination technologies, which proved to be able to face and solve the problem of .
Lab 1 Diffusion Osmosis Experiment 1 2 Concentration Gradients And Membrane Permeability. Diffusion and Osmosis Experiment with a Shell-Less Egg After Three days of Testing Methods with Water and Corn Syrup Lisa July 1, Purpose To use the properties of diffusion and osmosis to see the effects of either corn syrup or water on a .
Notice that the starch molecules are too large to pass through the pores in the membrane. The iodine molecules move across the membrane in both directions, but their net movement is from the bag, where their concentration is higher, into the beaker, where their concentration is lower.
lab 6: Diffusion Experiment 2: Concentration gradients and membrane permeability We will dialyze a solution of glucose and starch to observe: • The directional movement of glucose and starch. • The effect of a selectively permeable membrane. In this lab, we will be using an indicator to test for the presence of starch and glucose.
An indicator is a .