Reference Guide & Formula Sheet For Physics.

Reference Guide & Formula Sheet for Physics Dr. Hoselton & Mr. Price Page 1 of 8 #20 Heating a Solid, Liquid or Gas #3 #4 #7 Components of a Vector if V = 34 m/sec∠48° then Vi = 34 m/sec·(cos 48°); and VJ = 34 m/sec·(sin 48°) Weight = m·g g = 9.81m/sec² near the surface of the Earth = 9.795 m/sec² in Fort Worth, TX Density = mass / volume m V Ave speed = distance / time = v = d/t Ave velocity = displacement / time = v = d/t Ave acceleration = change in velocity / time #21 #23 #25 #26 Q = m·c·∆T (no phase changes!) Q = the heat added c = specific heat. ∆T = temperature change, K Linear Momentum momentum = p = m·v = mass · velocity momentum is conserved in collisions Center of Mass – point masses on a line xcm =mx) / Mtotal Angular Speed vs. Linear Speed Linear speed = v = r· = r · angular speed Pressure under Water P =·g·h #8 Friction Force FF =·FN #28 Universal Gravitation h = depth of water  = density of water If the object is not moving, you are dealing with static friction and it can have any value from zero up tos FN If the object is sliding, then you are dealing with kinetic friction and it will be constant and equal toK FN F G m1m2 r 2 G = 6.67 E-11 N m² / kg² #9 #11 #12 Torque  = F·L·sin Where is the angle between F and L; unit: Nm Newton’s Second Law Fnet =FExt = m·a Work = F·D·cos Where D is the distance moved and  is the angle between F and the direction of motion, unit : J #29 #30...

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A Mother And Child Case Study As Part Of Dr (delivery Room) Rotation

INTRODUCTION A mother and child case study as part of DR (delivery room) rotation in NCM501203 by BSN-3, A8, subgroup 1 students.We had chosen our mother and child at Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) following the steps in the nursing process. This study is done through assessments, identifying nursing problem, diagnosis and nursing care plans which are prioritized and in order to minimize or eliminate identified mother and child nursing problems. This case study encompasses the nursing assessments, diagnosis and planning. The study is based on the clinical duty of A8 under Mrs, Elvyn Mabao RN at Northern Mindanao Medical Center(NMMC).This case study intends to help and provide therapeutic interventions to the chosen mother and child. With the help of this case study, the mother and child nursing problems are identified and the goals will be met using the nursing assessments, interventions, planning, diagnosis and evaluation PATIENT PROFILE Date admitted: May 9, 2011 Time: 03:30 pm Name: Aylin Tadle Margate Age: 20 years old Date of birth: August 15 1990 Marital Status: Married Address: Carinugan Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City Nationality: Filipino Informant: Patient BP: 110/70 mmHg Temp: 37.0 Celsius Pulse: 80bpm Respiratory Rate: 19cpm Chief Complaints: labor pain and Bloody Show Admitting Diagnosis: pregnancy uterine 39 weeks age of gestation, cephalic, gravida 2, parity 2 , term 2 , abortion 0, Live birth. ALLERGIES: no known allergies PRENATAL MEDICATION: Ferrous Sulfate HEALTH HISTORY LMP: August 9, 2010 AOG: 39 weeks EDC: May 16, 2011 IE: 6cm, dilated, cephalic presentation, 80% effaced LABOR ONSET: 1pm FULL DILATATION: 3:45 pm CHILD BORN: 04:32 pm Operation: Right Mediolateral Episiotomy with repair POST PARTUM EXAMINATION: FUNDUS: contracted BP: 110/80 mmHg Pulse Rate: 80bpm Respiration:20cpm Temperature: 36.8 PSYCHOSOCIAL HISTORY Tobacco use: no Alcohol use: no Drug use: no NEUROLOGICAL Orientation: oriented to time, place,...

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Pairwise Alignment- Homology, Similarity, Identity

©Aayudh Das PAIRWISE ALIGNMENT- Homology, Similarity, Identity Two sequences are homologous if they share a common evolutionary ancestry. E.g. Human myoglobin and beta globin two proteins are distant but significantly related. Proteins that are homologous may be orthologous or paralogous. Orthologs are homologous sequences in different species that arose from a common ancestral gene during speciation having similar biological functions; in this example, human and rat myoglobins both transport oxygen in muscle cells. Paralogs are homologous sequences that arose by a mechanism such as gene duplication. For example, human alpha-1 globin is paralogous to alpha-2 globin; indeed, these two proteins share 100% amino acid identity. We can assess the relatedness of any two proteins by performing a pairwise alignment. One practical way to do this is through the NCBI pairwise BLAST tool. Another aspect of this pairwise alignment is that some of the aligned residues may be similar but not identical because they share similar biochemical properties. These are conservative substitutions. Amino acids with similar properties include the basic amino acids (K, R, H), acidic amino acids (D, E), hydroxylated amino acids (S, T), and hydrophobic amino acids (W, F, Y, L, I, V,M, A). The percent similarity of two protein sequences is the sum of both identical and similar matches. The purpose of a pairwise alignment is to assess the degree of similarity and the possibility of homology between two molecules. Pairwise alignment is useful as a way to identify mutations that have occurred during evolution and have caused divergence of the sequences of the two proteins we are studying. The most common mutations are substitutions, insertions, and deletions. Insertions or deletions (even those just one character long) are referred to as gaps in the alignment. Scoring matrix Margaret Dayhoff (1978) provided a model which gives the basis of...

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Methane Gas Hydrate Drilling Technology

Methane Gas Hydrate Drilling Technology Vaisakh S Unni* (male) Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology Rae Bareli(U.P) E-mail: sunni.vaisakh@gmail.com Abstract: The share of Natural Gas in global energy consumption has grown steadily and will continue to rise for the years to come. Forecasted supply of compromised natural gas is in the year 2050 to be 115-120 x 10 9 toe or 13.4-14% and 228 x 209 toe of remaining ultimate reserves or 12% of the total. Catapulting demand and few discoveries is forcing world to exploit unconventional sources of energy. Methane hydrates represent a potentially enormous supply of natural gas, assuming the technology can be developed for commercial gas production from this reservoir type. These exist naturally as frozen crystalline lattice consisting of molecules of water that have formed an open, cage-like lattice that encloses molecules of methane. However, little has been written about technologies that exist and that appear to have unique potential to enable the safe and effective drilling and production of commercial quantities. In addition to hydrates being only quasi-stable, the crystalline structure packs methane so efficiently, depending upon the purity of the hydrate, it can contain between 70 and 164 times the volume of free gas at standard temperature and pressure vs. the volume of the hydrate prior to dissociation. Because hydrates will dissociate or release free gas upon a decrease of pressure, increase of temperature, or combinations thereof, premature dissociation around the wellbore and within. This paper does a review on occurrence and magnitude of methane Gas hydrates. This paper discusses drilling related challenges for exploitation of gas hydrates and proposes Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) technology using formate based drilling fluids for gas hydrate drilling. Nature of Gas Hydrates Gas hydrates are naturally-occurring crystalline inclusion compounds. They comprise compressed molecules of gas (usually methane) that...

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Methane Gas Hydrate Drilling Technology

Methane Gas Hydrate Drilling Technology Vaisakh S Unni* (male) Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology Rae Bareli(U.P) E-mail: sunni.vaisakh@gmail.com Abstract: The share of Natural Gas in global energy consumption has grown steadily and will continue to rise for the years to come. Forecasted supply of compromised natural gas is in the year 2050 to be 115-120 x 10 9 toe or 13.4-14% and 228 x 209 toe of remaining ultimate reserves or 12% of the total. Catapulting demand and few discoveries is forcing world to exploit unconventional sources of energy. Methane hydrates represent a potentially enormous supply of natural gas, assuming the technology can be developed for commercial gas production from this reservoir type. These exist naturally as frozen crystalline lattice consisting of molecules of water that have formed an open, cage-like lattice that encloses molecules of methane. However, little has been written about technologies that exist and that appear to have unique potential to enable the safe and effective drilling and production of commercial quantities. In addition to hydrates being only quasi-stable, the crystalline structure packs methane so efficiently, depending upon the purity of the hydrate, it can contain between 70 and 164 times the volume of free gas at standard temperature and pressure vs. the volume of the hydrate prior to dissociation. Because hydrates will dissociate or release free gas upon a decrease of pressure, increase of temperature, or combinations thereof, premature dissociation around the wellbore and within. This paper does a review on occurrence and magnitude of methane Gas hydrates. This paper discusses drilling related challenges for exploitation of gas hydrates and proposes Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) technology using formate based drilling fluids for gas hydrate drilling. Nature of Gas Hydrates Gas hydrates are naturally-occurring crystalline inclusion compounds. They comprise compressed molecules of gas (usually methane) that...

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