Friday, 17 August 2018

The Definition Technological Parametres of One Chamber Two Saw Cylinders Gin: (LTTFD) - Lupine Publishers

The Definition Technological Parametres of One Chamber Two Saw Cylinders Gin by Azizov Shuhrat Mamatovich in Latest Trends in Textile and Fashion Designing (LTTFD) in Lupine Publishers.


In article it is showed the definition technological parameters of one chamber two saw cylinder gin. For maintenance of efficiency of ginning and productivity increase it is necessary to choose correctly diameter of the working chamber, an arrangement corner saw cylinders under the relation of a horizontal axis. These factors are major factors influencing productivity and quality of a fiber at practical and theoretical researches of one chamber two saw cylinder gin.

A Combined Material Substitution and Process Change Approach to Sustainable Batik Production: (LTFFD) - Lupine Publishers

A Combined Material Substitution and Process Change Approach to Sustainable Batik Production by


This paper empirically presents a batik production process optimization using sustainable production (SP) methods. The stages of batik production processes involve designing, methodology, dyeing, washing, and finishing. The cost of production is determined by the implementation efficiency and calculation of output to input ratio in the production process. The case study method is employed for production process optimization in two batik enterprises in the Kumasi metropolis. The main objective of this research, is to determine the impact of material sustainability, and the minimization of the production process cost in order to promote maximum operational economic benefits. The implications of this intervention shows that, in batik production process, there could be a saving cost of resisting material by GH₡ 31.00, with a process time of 290mins and an activity cost reduction of GH₡ 68.00 by just replacing paraffin wax with cassava starch. The identified intervention has also been found as significant to address the identified issues that bring a substantial change in the current manufacturing practices of the batik industry. It is recommended that much is to be gained in sustaining the practice when cultural themes are employed in the artifacts created.

Follow-up CT-Scan after TEVAR: is possible to prevent potential catastrophic complications?: (ACR) - Lupine Publishers

Follow-up CT-Scan after TEVAR: is possible toprevent potential catastrophic complications? by Saitto Guglielmo* in Advancements in Cardiovascular Research (ACR) in  Lupine Publishers

Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) is considered a safe and feasible technique especially in complex cases. One of the most catastrophic complications during follow up is modular disconnection. When modular disconnection occurs, end leak is massive and risk of mortality is dramatically increased. We report our findings during follow up of a 49 years male underwent ascending aorta replacement for acute Type A aortic dissection and subsequently surgical replacement of aortic arch and TEVAR due to huge enlargement of the thoraco-abdominal false lumen. Our analysis more attention on topographic changes of the prostheses to prevent this fatal complications.

An Infrared Technique for Rapid Analysis of Pineapple leaf fibre-Acrylic Blends: (LTTFD) - Lupine Publishers

An Infrared Technique for Rapid Analysis of Pineapple leaf fibre-Acrylic Blends by SK Dey in Latest Trends in Textile and Fashion Designing (LTTFD) in Lupine Publishers.


An infrared technique used to analyze pineapple leaf fibre-acrylic blends of different blend compositions is reported. Blend estimations are effectuated from a calibration plot between the absorption of the 2235 cm-1 band (C≡N) and the composition percentages of acrylic fibres. The theoretical and actual blend composition by chemical method divulges matching with each other.

Enforcement of Regulatory Bodies to Trade Indian Medicinal Plants and DNA Bar-coding In Wildlife Forensics: (PRJFGS)- Lupine Publishers

Enforcement of Regulatory Bodies to Trade Indian Medicinal Plants and DNA Bar-coding In Wildlife Forensics by Tina Sharma in Peer Reviewed Journal of Forensic & Genetic Sciences (PRJFGS) in Lupine Publishers

India's diverse topology and habitat flourishes near about 45,000 species of plants. Certain species among these plants are medicinal plant species which are endemic to India. These plants are valuable for their medicinal or aromatic properties. Due to India's biodiversity abundance, plants from the wild are wildly exploited resulting in over exploitation of medicinal plants. The present review is carried out to ascertain the rules and their regulations in various states of India which are presently saving the national heritage and helping officials to apprehend herb smugglers. The review also presents the data suggesting the present scenario of advancements in the field of wild life forensic genetics to deal with such cases and technical advancements in the field of plant/part identification during the confiscations in various states.

Review and Hypothesis about Gout: (ACR) - Lupine Publishers

Review and Hypothesis about Gout by Carlos Alberto Paterno Marchioli* in Advancements in Cardiovascular Research (ACR) in Lupine Publishers

The first identification about gout as clinical entity was made by the Egyptians in the year 2640 b.C. (Schwartz 2006). For many centuries it was not unveil the mystery of the origin of the illness. Gout is the unique pathology that belongs to the human race. When uric acid is deposited in the articulate tissue produce an intense inflammation, basic element in the development of gout. Interesting is the evidence of ultra sonographic signs of monosodium urate crystalline articulate deposits in 25% of clinically asymptomatic hyperuricaemic subjects (more than 8mg/ dL) [1], and approximately 9% of the joints without clinical signs of flogosis [2]. Large epidemiological studies have now demonstrated that gout is an independent risk factor for incident coronary heart disease, [3-6] heart failure, [7] stroke [8] peripheral artery disease [9] and death cardiovascular [10,11]. But, several meta-analyses have concluded that hyperuricaemia is an independent risk factor for coronary heart disease [12,13] and also, for the development of hypertension [14,15]. The standard diagnostic goal remains the identification of the typical birefringence of crystals of uric acid under polarized light microscope in the synovial fluid and in the aspirated material from the tophi [16,17]. Hyperuricaemia with or without urate deposit (modern denomination of the formerly called gout) is currently one of the most frequent dysmetabolic diseases. [18,19].

Future Trends in Production and Consumption in Textile and Fashion Design: The Fourth Industrial Revolution: (LTTFD) - Lupine Publishers


Designers create products, services and systems to fulfill the society’s needs and desires. The adoption of Information Technology (IT) has changed the way designers develop new products. The collaborative work environment is a new paradigm of product design that integrates designers to quickly build, evaluate, optimize and select the best solution to complex problems [1]. In the last 20 years, internet has changed the way people communicate. The first era (1995), internet was an integrated hypermedia, in the second era (2000) internet had a programming media approach, that changed to people’s web service in the third era (2005), and the fourth era - which encompasses nowadays – represents a new level of organization and management of the entire value chain on the products’ life cycle. The Industrie 4.0 or Fourth Industrial Revolution is an integrative cyber-physical system based on modern control systems, embedded software systems and Internet addresses. This industrial revolution is based on improvement of brainwork, especially in engineering activities, and fast decision-making [2].