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Open Access Category: JEECS Total View - 4
SIMULATION OF A ROBOT ARM THAT MIMICS THE ANGULAR MOVEMENT AND CONTROL OF AN AUTHENTIC HUMAN ARM Paper ID: JEECS-15-10-2019-137
Abstract : This paper contains the research report of the simulation of robot arm of model ISO18E using simulink software to achieve reproducing a robot arm that will mimic the functionality and control of an authentic human arm at different joints. The challenges were found to be the ability to determine the basic characters of the robot arm including evaluating the positioning in simulation and the model cost. The method used to get the results was simulation of a modeled robot arm ISO18E in a software environment (simulink software). In the research the modeled robot arm, five joints were simulated referencing the authentic human arm and its joints. The human joints taken into considerations were the shoulder, elbow, wrist, metacarpophalangeal and the interphalangeal joints. The results of controlling effects of the simulated robot arm were compared with the prototype of real human arm and from the comparison it was found that the robot arm was able to be simulated to have same angular rotation per instant time at each joint as the real human arm. This research will proffer a reasonable assistance to the armless and deformed community to accomplish a task without stress and constraints in gripping, manipulating and controlling with the aid of this robot arm.
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Simultaneous Occurrence of a Meckel's diverticulum and a patent urachus: A case report in infant Paper ID: JMHS-14-10-2019-136
Abstract : Meckel’s Diverticulum (MD) is a rare condition defined as a heterotopic gastric or pancreatic tissue in the small intestine, secondary to persistence of the congenital vitello-intestinal duct. It is the remnant of the yolk channel located about 60-80 cm from the ileocecal junction. Simultaneous existence of a Meckel’s Diverticulum and a patent urachus is an uncommon situation .It may be asymptomatic for long time .MD is a common anomaly of the small intestine that occurs in approximately 2% of the population, often found incidentally at the time of abdominal exploration. Complications arising from a Meckel’s diverticulum or urachal remnant may clinically mimic acute appendicitis and other surgical pathologies. We report on a patient who referred to pediatric surgery with abdominal pain and deterioration of general status. On physical examination his abdomen was distended with guarding. A diagnosis of acute peritonitis by intestine perforation was made. The patient underwent a surgery and in the course of the surgery, a urachal remnant was found to coexist with a Meckel’s diverticulum.
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Open Access Category: AJMPA Total View - 8
Exponentially-fitted Third-Order Adams-Bashfort Method Paper ID: AJMPA-11-10-2019-135
Abstract : In this paper, the construction of Exponentially-Fitted (EF) versions of the third-order Adam-Bashfort method for oscillatory problems is presented. The convergence and stability properties of the constructed methods are investigated. Numerical experiments confirming the theoretical expectations regarding the constructed methods compared with other standard classical methods are also presented.
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Open Access Category: AJMPA Total View - 10
Turbulence birth from Poiseuille flow curvature Paper ID: AJMPA-11-10-2019-134
Abstract : In this paper, we considered the well-known parabolic velocity field of Poiseuille flow, as a Riemannian manifold. Calculations of both first and second fundamental forms allowed mean and Gauss curvatures of the paraboloid of revolution, to be calculated. From the Lamb form of Navier-Stokes equation, we calculated both the flexion product and enstrophy giving the Lamb vector divergence as a function of Gauss curvature of the laminar velocity field. These results allowed the stability of Poiseuille flow to be investigated through the influence of maximum flow curvature and the Lamb vector divergence. We showed that classical critical Reynolds number approach is not enough to explain the change from laminar to transition flow regime. A new method, based on Gauss curvature calculation of the Riemannian manifold is then proposed.
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Open Access Category: JEECS Total View - 7
DATA ANALYSIS WITH TWITTER DATA MINING Paper ID: JEECS-08-10-2019-133
Abstract : This paper gives a brief overview of Big data and data analysis using twitter application. For running a successful business, we must deal with a large amount of data. This paper explains methods for storing, Designing and examine a large amount of real-time data. For making productive decisions for real-time application, we are fetching the real-time data from the Twitter Application. We are using the Twitter Application for our source of data. Twitter's acceptance in the social media gives the bunch of data assets (that is information) and led towards the research in the different area. Demographic, academic, social science, stock predictions are some of the most famous examples for researchers.
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