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    • Heat Generated by Mechanical Agitation and Lactose Metabolism during Continuous Propagation of Kluyveromyces fragils in Cheese Whey 

      Ghaly, A.E.; Mahmoud, N.S. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2003-05)
      This is an Invited Paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 5 (2003): A.E. Ghaly and N.S. Mahmoud. Heat Generated by Mechanical ...
    • Heat Kernal Analysis On Weighted Dirichlet Spaces 

      Tasena, Santi (2011-05-29)
      This thesis is concerned with heat kernel estimates on weighted Dirichlet spaces. The Dirichlet forms considered here are strongly local and regular. They are defined on a complete locally compact separable metric space. ...
    • Heat kernel estimates for inner uniform subsets of Harnack-type Dirichlet space 

      Gyrya, Pavel (2007-06-19)
      The main result of this thesis is the two-sided heat kernel estimates for both Dirichlet and Neumann problem in any inner uniform domain of the Euclidean space $\mathbb R^n$. The results of this thesis hold more generally ...
    • Heat Kernel Estimates On Inner Uniform Domains 

      Lierl, Janna (2012-08-20)
      We introduce conditions on the symmetric and skew-symmetric parts of timedependent, local, regular forms that imply a parabolic Harnack inequality for appropriate weak solutions of the associated heat equation, under natural ...
    • Heat Loss in the Carotid Artery During Selective Brain Cooling in Humans 

      Attygalle, Suneth; Girnary, Hussein; Jeffrey, Natalie; Lee, Sean; Torre, Rosa (2006-05-24)
      Heat flow in the neck was simulated in FLUENT to study countercurrent effects of cooling blood in the carotid artery during selective brain cooling. The simulation was performed in order to verify Zhu?s theory (used as a ...
    • Heat stress abatement techniques for dairy cattle 

      McFarland, Dan (DairyBusiness East The Manager, 2016-01)
      Heat stress occurs when heat gain is greater than loss. Balancing gain and loss over a 24 hour period is the goal.
    • Heat Stress In Irrigated Maize 

      Carter, Elizabeth (2015-08-17)
      It is of critical importance to global food security and development that maize cropping systems maintain current levels of productivity under climate change, but our ability to develop targeted adaptation strategies is ...
    • Heat Stress: What's the Gut Got To Do With It? 

      Sanz-Fernandez, M.V.; Stoakes, S.K.; Johnson, J.S.; Abuajamieh, M.; Seibert, J.T.; Pearce, S.C.; Gabler, N.K.; Rhoads, R.P.; Baumgard, L.H. (2015-03-17)
      Heat stress (HS) is a global problem which jeopardizes animal welfare, profitability, and global food security. Indirect effects of HS such as reduced feed intake contribute to, but do not fully explain, decreased productivity. ...
    • Heat stroke and its consequences 

      Hughes, Alyssa (2007-09-12)
      Kali, a two year old spayed female Labrador Retriever, was referred to the Emergency Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) for suspected heat stroke twenty-four hours earlier now complicated by ...
    • Heat Transfer in Laser Tumor Excision 

      Chen, Alan; Cheung, Edwin; Lee, Steven; Picuri, John; Shih, Tsung Li (2004-07-13)
      Cancer is an ongoing disease that is present in a majority of the population. Laser surgery provides minimally invasive techniques to excise tumors in humans. This method allows quicker recoveries and fewer complications. ...
    • The Heat Transfer Modeling for Minimization of Thermal Necrosis in Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty 

      Baskind, Daniel; Kim, Hyunjin; Min, Flora; Park, Hyeongsu (2009-05-08)
      In the past, the only option for replacing broken or otherwise malfunctioning hip bones was total hip replacement (THR), which involved the removal of the body's natural hip joint and replacing it with an entirely synthetic ...
    • Heat Treatment of an Enlarged Prostate 

      Alexander, Conor; Cohen, Rich; Furman, Guy; Pino, Chris; Schleifer-Schneggenburger, Jill (2001-01-07)
      An enlarged prostate, known in the medical field as either benign prostate hyperplasia or benign prostate hypertrophy, is a common affliction among older men, resulting in a difficulty in urination. The condition is also ...
    • Heathy Homes: Assessing Your Indoor Environment 

      Laquatra, Joseph (2005-12)
      Learn How to Identify and Reduce Health Hazards in Your Home.
    • Heating Effects of Dental Drilling 

      Bunimovich, Yuri; Mintseris, Julian; Kim, Becky; Mohan, Vivek (1999-01-10)
      Drilling causes pain in the tooth for various reasons. This paper addresses the heating of the pulpal region due to friction from drilling. The heating may depend on such parameters as the speed of the drill, water supply, ...
    • Heating of Nanoshells by Near-infrared Radiation: A Rapid and Minimally-invasive method for destroying tumors 

      Arquiza, Apollo; Holt, Brendan; Lai, Kay; Mak, Hester; Mendelson, Avital (2006-05-24)
      The purpose of this project is to model a novel and promising cancer treatment that involves the destruction of tumor cells by the direct injection of biocompatible nanoparticles (gold-silicon nanoshells) and their subsequent ...
    • Heaven and its wonders and hell : from things heard and seen 

      Swedenborg, Emanuel (London: J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd.; New York, E.P. Dutton & Co, 1911)
      Emmanuel Swedenborg's most famous work is a description of the many heavens and hells that make up the great 18th-century thinker's cosmology, at once perfectly logical and perfectly eccentric. Swedenborg's afterworld is ...
    • Heavenly Manna 

      Smith, Stanley P. (Shanghai : Amercian Presbyterian Mission Press, 1900)
    • Heaves or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease of horses 

      Mills, W. Steven (1980)
      Heaves is an old colloquial name for a common respiratory problem in stabled horses worldwide. This somewhat ambiguous term has come to refer to a syndrome of clinical signs, and related patho-physiological abnormalities, ...
    • Heavy Metals and Phosphorus in Parking Lot Run-Off: A Comparison Study 

      Bender, Tracy (Internet-First University Press, 2005-08-03)
      This presentation demonstrates research into the heavy metals that are in the run-off from parking lots. This presentation was by Tracy Bender of Pennsylvania State University.