Study of the Minnesota Multiphasic PersonalityInventory(MMPI) in Extortionists in the Central Prison of Mashhad in 2014

Study of the Minnesota Multiphasic PersonalityInventory(MMPI) in Extortionists in the Central Prison of Mashhad in 2014

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Publishing year : 2015

Conference : Second International Conference on Psychology, Educational Sciences and Lifestyle

Number of pages : 11

Abstract: Introduction: Psychiatric disorders is one of the causes of the disease among prisoners and a common reason for temporary and permanent separation from the family, and the most common causes of these differences, which leads to permanent abandonment from the life situation, are personality disorders . The fundamental goal of this research is to study the personality characteristics of extortion prisoners in Mashhad CentralPrison. Methods: This study is applied in terms of purpose and in terms of the method is cross-sectional. Thestudy population of this research consists of all extortionists in Mashhad prison in 2014, which by random sampling method, 50 of them were selected. In order to collect information, the 71 question-short form of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) was used. Then the data collected was finallyanalyzed in 11 scales.Findings: This study showed that personality disorders are more in the size of the scales in extortion prisoners than normal people. Conclusion: The findings in this study recommend the use of Psychology and psychiatry services in prisons to preventextortion crime.

Design of a New mm-Wave Low Power LNA in 0.18 ?m CMOS Technology

Design of a New mm-Wave Low Power LNA in 0.18 ?m CMOS Technology

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Publishing year : 2011

Conference : 19th Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering

Number of pages : 4

Abstract: A new low-power 33 GHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) is proposed in 0.18m CMOS technology. It is composed of a single-stage cascode topology consisting of two Common-Gate (CG) amplifiers that provides gain requirements in high frequencies with very low power dissipation. The designed LNA achieves a power gain of 12 dB, IIP3 of -1dBm, and a noise figure of 2.96-3.86 dB over the 3dB bandwidth from the 30-36GHz frequency range. This LNA consumes 7.6 mW from a 1.8-volt power supply

The Use of Inexpensive Cell Phones in Telemedicine

The Use of Inexpensive Cell Phones in Telemedicine

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Publishing year : 2011

Conference : Fifth International Conference on Science and Technology

Number of pages : 6

Abstract: The modern world has seen an increase in life expectancy through the progress made in hygiene and health fields. The increase in the life expectancy of the society and the presence of the senile will cause problems with old age. The patient's vital signals will be modulated in independent frequencies, merged, and then the patient's vital data will be transferred to the monitoring station. Placed on a cell phone voice channel. The allocated frequency channels have a bandwidth of 1.5 KHz and therefore provide a theoretically good margin of safety for meeting the condition of lack of frequency overlapping. Finally, the signals will be demodulated and displayed using AM demodulators in the receiver.

Ecological Footprint, a sustainable development measurment index

Ecological Footprint, a sustainable development measurment index

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Publishing year : 2010

Conference : Fourth Environmental Engineering Conference

Number of pages : 10

Ecological footprint (sometimes referred to as Ecological footprint analysis or EF analysis for short) is the measure of human demand on Earth's ecosystems and natural resources. The ecological footprint is, at present, one of the most widely used indicators of environmental capital utilization. The EF is a synthetic indicator of environmental sustainability which assesses the total amount of natural services that a given population uses, calculating the total land and water ecosystems needed to sustainably provide all the resources and rehabsorb all Outputs produced. EF the metric that allows us to calculate human pressure on the planet and come up with facts such as: If everyone lived the lifestyle of the average American, we would need five planets.

SIMULATION OF WAVE CHARACTERISTICS IN CASPIAN SEA USING SWAN

SIMULATION OF WAVE CHARACTERISTICS IN CASPIAN SEA USING SWAN

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Publishing year : 2012

Conference : The 10th International Conference on Coastal, Ports and Marine Structures

Number of pages : 9

Abstract: Wave parameters are essential for many marine and coastal operations. Different methods such as empirical, numerical and soft computing have been developed for wave hindcasting. In this study, the SWAN model has been used to predict wave parameters in the Caspian Sea. The comparison of the obtained results with the Anzali buoy measurements indicates that this global modeling yields a precise estimation of wave characteristics.

Analysis and Optimization of Wind Diesel System

Analysis and Optimization of Wind Diesel System

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Publishing year : 2014

Conference : Second internal electricity conference

Number of pages : 5

Abstract: Nowadays, renewable energy sources have been attracting great due to the cost increase and fossil fuel degradation. Among the renewable energy sources, wind energy is both more competitive and the fastest growing sources. In this paper, the modeling and simulation of the Wind Diesel Hybrid System (WDHS) is presented. This system includes a Diesel Generator (DG), a Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Generator (WTG), a consumer Load, a NiMH battery based energy storage system (BESS) and a Dump Load (DL). Simulation results with graphs for frequency and voltage of the Isolated Power System, active powers and battery power are presented for load and wind speed changes. The simulation results for the BESS / no BESS cases are compared.

Reservoir Characterization Study of an Iranian Carbonate Reservoir by SCAL Application Data

Reservoir Characterization Study of an Iranian Carbonate Reservoir by SCAL Application Data

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Publishing year : 2009

Conference : The first national congress of exploration of oil and gas – Military production

Number of pages : 13

Abstract: This paper contains a SCAL of a carbonate reservoir field. It includes the main available data, plots of relative permeability, capillary pressure, water saturation, etc. The plot, analysis of Jfunction versus normalized water saturation and the relationships applied for these analyzes constitute another section. The main objectives of this paper are: Better understanding of the behavior and characteristics of the reservoir by integrating results using these results to characterize the carbonate reservoir properties. The main reservoir characteristics will include: Capillary pressure vs. water and gas saturation, oilwater relative permeability vs. water saturation, Oilgas relative permeability vs. gas saturation The SCAL module in ECLIPSE is a tool to help engineers efficiently use laboratory derived relative permeability and capillary pressure measurements in reservoir simulation. The program has facilities to: Import laboratory data, Perform a quality control (such as curve smoothing), Group data according to litho logical parameters and endpoint values, Transform the laboratory data into rock curves suitable for input to simulators such as ECLIPSE and automatically assign these curves to grid cells (according to a set of user defined rules, for example, as a function of porosity, permeability, or litho logical parameters).

Introducing a Research model based on growth and development along with studying the research model in west

Introducing a Research model based on growth and development along with studying the research model in west

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Part of #Introducing a Research model based on growth and development along with studying the research model in west# :

Publishing year : 2007

Conference : The 6th Conference of R & D Centers of Industries and Mines

Number of pages : 8

Abstract: Research, in this article is systematically presented and in terms of a basic and effective model. A Comprehensive, Appropriate and Practical Research Model and Method is one of the most important scientific growth and development issues in the global human society. Unfortunately, by now, these research paradigms have not yet been able to meet all human needs in research and either of them suffers from some drawbacks.
Fetrat (nature) is looking for a model compatible with his needs instead of blindly accepting scientific principles and facts. Negligence of some of the principles that lead to science development and meeting its needs have caused basic problems in the development and growth path.
Then besides presenting the west research pattern and comparing it with that of this article, mentioning some instances, we address the growth problems in the west.

Dynamic Analysis of Masjed Soleiman Embankment Dam Using Recorded Earthquake Signals and TFD Method

Dynamic Analysis of Masjed Soleiman Embankment Dam Using Recorded Earthquake Signals and TFD Method

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Publishing year : 2009

Conference : Eighth International Congress of Civil Engineering

Number of pages : 7

Abstract: Dynamic analysis of the embankment dam using recorded accelerograms on the dam body is a powerful tool for designers and researchers. In this research, recorded earthquake signals are used to analyze the dynamic response of Masjed Soleiman embankment dam. In dynamic analysis, the recorded signal in the gallery station is used as input motion and assuming different masses for foundation; The seismic response of the dam is evaluated. The calculated responses are compared with the recorded accelerograms at midheight and crest of the dam. In comparison, the odern signal processing method, Time-Frequency Distribution (TFD), is used. The analysis results indicate that TFD results show that% 25 and% 50 mass foundations have closer results to recorded earthquake signals.

Groundwater vulnerability Assessment in Kermanshah Province, Iran

Groundwater vulnerability Assessment in Kermanshah Province, Iran

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Publishing year : 2010

Conference : First Conference on Applied Iranian Water Resources Research

Number of pages : 8

Abstract In this paper, water quality in the Kermanshah province has been used in order to provide groundwater vulnerability assessment to existing aquifers in this area. This evaluation was intended to describe the intrinsic vulnerability of the aquifer and to examine potential risks from local land-use practices. The results indicate a relatively high risk of groundwater pollution from aquifers resulting from point source pollutions. Furthermore, water quality data available on groundwater have been used to validate vulnerability and risk assessments. Recommendations are provided for the development of a system of remedial measures based on a thorough understanding of the geological and hydrogeological setting with the aid of aerial photography and satellite imagery interpretations. It has also suggested setting up new monitoring stations or enhancing existing facilities along surface water and groundwater resources to periodically analyze water samples to delineate the vertical and lateral extent of the migration of pollutants.