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SDIP Press is a peer review, Open Access Scientific research publication journal that publishes 17 Diverse Categories of Journals. SDIP Press has more than 300 Academic reviewer from all over the world. Our journals have a very low application process charge and fast publication record. The journals are listed below :

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Open Access Category: AJMPA Total View - 156
The connection of physical fields with material media: The nature and origins of dark matter and dark Energy Paper ID: AJMPA-27-09-2019-110
Abstract : Investigation of the mathematical physics equations, which describe material media such as thermodynamic, gas-dynamic and cosmic and other media, shows that they possess hidden invariant properties. Such properties correspond to that of field theory equations, which describe physical fields. This discloses a mechanism of physical fields generation by material media. Such specific properties of mathematical physics equations are connected with conservation laws. They are described by skew-symmetric differential forms which properties correspond to conservation laws.
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Open Access Category: BJCAE Total View - 322
Development and Characterization of Ultra-High Performance Concrete with Slag Cement for Use as Bridge Joint Material Paper ID: BJCAE-16-09-2019-108
Abstract : The purpose of this study was to develop non-proprietary, cost-effective ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) mix designs able to obtain comparable mechanical properties to commercially available products while limiting the cement content. First, UHPC mixes were developed using materials easily obtained in the state of Oklahoma. Then, the three top performing mixes were further studied by evaluating compressive strength with and without heat curing, modulus of rupture, and modulus of elasticity. A non-ASTM heat curing procedure was used to mimic potential heat curing temperatures possible in the field to assess the behavior of the in-place material. Results showed that 36 hours of heat curing was optimal for compressive strength, an unusual modulus of rupture crack pattern was observed suggesting additional energy absorption capabilities, and the modulus of elasticity was consistent with previous research. In conclusion, non-proprietary UHPC mix designs containing high replacement levels of slag cement can obtain comparable performance to proprietary mixes.
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Open Access Category: JAMFM Total View - 349
Measuring the Earnings Quality in Iraqi Commercial Banks On the Basis Of Net Income and Net Operating Cash Flows Paper ID: JAMFM-27-08-2019-107
Abstract : Abstract— The purpose of this study is to determine the influence of the net operating cash flow and net income as an indicator of the earnings quality in Iraqi commercial banks, with a view to testing the influence of net operating cash flow to the earnings quality. In order to realize the purpose of this study, the published financial statements has taken into consideration for (4) banks listed in Iraq Stock Exchange during the period of 2012 – 2015, where the researchers have analyzed the relationship between the net income and the operating cash flow by calculating the operating cash flow index for each bank which indicates how the reported income can continue for future periods regardless the current amount of net income. Hence, the net income does not reflect realistic earnings power of the period without comparing it with the operating cash flow, and for that the users of financial statement have to measure the earnings quality to reveal any influence on the net income and to gauge the ability of reported earnings in generating cash flows, and to know about these earnings are sustainable for future periods or not.
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Open Access Category: AJMPA Total View - 347
The computation of the Kadić-Edelen forces using the principle of least action. Paper ID: AJMPA-24-08-2019-106
Abstract : In this paper, basing on the principle of least action, we calculate the forces which act on the momentum of a particle in a tensor interaction field. These forces were obtained by Kadić-Edelen within the framework of the continuum dislocation theory in analogy with electrodynamics. It is shown that: 1) the centrally symmetric force of the tensor interaction field is similar to the Coulomb force. It contains a potential term of the Euler hydrodynamics equations and is responsible for the homogeneous motions of the continuous medium; 2) the vortex force of the tensor field is similar to the Lorentz force. It coincides with the force of Peach-Koehler, in a solid state, and is responsible for the vortex motion of the continuous medium. It is concluded that the forces obtained act in any medium, and not only in a solid state, as was previously stated in the theory of Kadić-Edelen.
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Open Access Category: AJGMB Total View - 1122
From Targeted Testing To Targeted Analysis: The Era of Comprehensive Clinical Genomics Analysis Is Coming Paper ID: AJGMB-09-08-2019-105
Abstract : With the generally use of cutting-edge sequencing (NGS) innovation in facility and the advancement of atomic systems look into in tumor, an ever-increasing number of sub-atomic markers have been recognized and utilized in clinical finding and treatment choices [1-4]. Discovery of handfuls or several qualities by focused sequencing has been generally utilized in the determination and treatment of different oncological and hereditary ailments, and reports of genomics examination dependent on entire exome sequencing (WES), entire genome sequencing (WGS), and transcriptome sequencing (RNA-seq) is additionally essentially expanded.
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A pioneer in scholarly open access publishing, SDIP PRESS has supported academic communities since 2018. Based in London, UK. SDIP PRESS has the mission to foster open scientific exchange in all forms, across all disciplines. Our 17 diverse, peer-reviewed, open access journals are supported by over 300 academic editors. We serve scholars from around the world to ensure the latest research is freely available and all content is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).

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