THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTACHMENT STYLES ANDPERFECTIONISM IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTACHMENT STYLES ANDPERFECTIONISM IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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Part of #THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTACHMENT STYLES ANDPERFECTIONISM IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS# :

Publishing year : 2015

Conference : Second International Conference on Behavioral Sciences and Social Studies

Number of pages : 9

Abstract: The main purpose of the present study is to investigate the relationship betweenattachment styles and perfectionism as a function of gender in Iranian high school students. Factor structure of the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale in Iranian high schoolwas also investigated. Four hundred and ninety five 11th grade high school students fromfour different state high schools in Urmia participated in the study. Iranian versions of multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS, Oral, 1999) and TheRSQ (Griffin and Bartholomew, 1994) were administered to students to collect data in the class settings. Factor analysis was used to MPS items to identify the dimensions of perfectionism as perceived by the participants. Factor analysis revealedthree factors called self-oriented perfectionism, other-oriented perfectionism andsocially prescribed perfectionism. A 2 (gender) x 4 (attachment styles) factorialMANOVA was conducted to examine the possible links between attachment styles and perfectionism and whether such a relationship varies as a function of gender. Theresults of the MANOVA revealed a significant relationship between attachment styles and perfectionism as a function of gender

Experimental Study of Constructal Theory Application in Selecting Welding Paths with the Approach of Residual Stress Reduction in Weldments

Experimental Study of Constructal Theory Application in Selecting Welding Paths with the Approach of Residual Stress Reduction in Weldments

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Part of #Experimental Study of Constructal Theory Application in Selecting Welding Paths with the Approach of Residual Stress Reduction in Weldments# :

Publishing year : 2013

Conference : Biennial International Conference on Experimental Solids Mechanics

Number of pages : 6

Abstract: In the present investigation, the basics of construct theory are being used to suggest new welding paths in order to reduce residual stresses in weldments. Thin aluminum plates have been experimentally welded with a GTA welding instrument. The produced residual stresses in the weldments are measured by an X-ray diffraction method. Doing so, the experiments are qualitative measurement of residual stress at different points of welded plates. The analysis is based on the comparison of produced residual stresses in various welding models, which have received a fixed amount of heat input during welding. In order to have a tool for further comparison, a numerical model is also developed. Then, the shape of the experimental residual stress distribution has been resulted in a good comparison with the results of the present numerical simulation. A reference point (point A), in which almost equal amount of input heat is received in all models, is considered to make comparison between different models more meaningful. Finally, the amount of residual stress in various points, specially the selected point (A), in various welding models showed that the construct welding paths resulted in less residual stress in weldments. Furthermore, the effect of welding sequences in the amount of generated residual stresses confirmed the available data in literature.

development of fuel injection system for dimethyl ether as a fuel for diesel engines

development of fuel injection system for dimethyl ether as a fuel for diesel engines

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Publishing year : 2009

Conference : Third Conference on Combustion of Iran

Number of pages : 17

Abstract: Due to the shortage of liquid hydrocarbon fuels for compression ignition engines, researchers have been constantly looking for alternative fuels. The Dimthyl ether (DME) with its interesting properties, such as high cetane number and low exhaust emissions, has drawn a lot of attentions as a suitable fuel for diesel engines.

PRIME, PRIME HOMOMORPHISMS AND PROBLEMS IN GALOIS MODEL THEORY

PRIME, PRIME HOMOMORPHISMS AND PROBLEMS IN GALOIS MODEL THEORY

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Part of #PRIME, PRIME HOMOMORPHISMS AND PROBLEMS IN GALOIS MODEL THEORY# :

Publishing year : 2015

Conference : Third International Conference on Trade, National Development and Engineering Sciences

Number of pages : 8

Abstract: Suppose j (V) | c |. Receiving interest in groups has centered on c omputing paths. We show that there exists a contra-canonical, Eisenstein, universally sub-n-dimensional, and uncountable normal scalar. A useful survey of the subject can be found in [25]. In [25], the main result was the computation of quasi-singular rings.

Analysis and Modeling of the Effect of Statistical Fluctuations on (6T) nano-CMOS SRAM Cell Stability

Analysis and Modeling of the Effect of Statistical Fluctuations on (6T) nano-CMOS SRAM Cell Stability

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Part of #Analysis and Modeling of the Effect of Statistical Fluctuations on (6T) nano-CMOS SRAM Cell Stability# :

Publishing year : 2014

Conference : First National Conference on Technological Advances in Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

Number of pages : 7

Abstract: Static RAM cells are among the most important fundamental blocks of digital circuits. These cells undergo significant statistical fluctuations as a result of the scale change of the bulk CMOS technology to nanometer scales. This scale change is intended to increase data storage density. It also significantly influences static RAM stability [1, 2]. In this research, the statistical sensitivity of the static noise margin was analyzed in non-ideal conditions and the statistical stability of SRAM cells was investigated to identify weak cells

The Importance of Institutional Framework in Integrated Coastal Zone Management: Role of Stakeholder Participation

The Importance of Institutional Framework in Integrated Coastal Zone Management: Role of Stakeholder Participation

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Part of #The Importance of Institutional Framework in Integrated Coastal Zone Management: Role of Stakeholder Participation# :

Publishing year : 2006

Conference : The 7th International Conference on Coastal, Ports and Marine Structures

Number of pages : 11

Abstract: Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Paradigm was introduced some 36 years ago after the creation of the International Water Management Association (IWRA), Braga 2001. IWRM consists of 4 main areas: land use, river basin, urban and coastal zones .
In a recent paradigm shift to integrated water resource management (IWRM) in the context of holistic and integrated approach, attention is drawn to consider institutional and legal framework and stakeholder participation in the general framework. A report by the 4th World Water Forum (WWF, 2006) entitled "Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management: the inclusion of IWRM in National Plans, reviews progress achieved by countries in some 6 regional categories." According to 2 different statistical surveys by Japan Water Forum (JWF) and GWP, up to 28% have made good progress, but about 28% are in their initial stages of integrated water resource management. Iran is working towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which was established in 1992 in Johannesburg. The Strategic Long Term Plan was ratified by the Council of Ministers in 2004, a year ahead of the 2005 deadline (IWRMC, 2004).
So the question is how to implement the integrated concept. Therefore, some of the key recommendations were made by WWF for future work on IWRM. These are centered on 5 themes: Institutional & amp; Legal framework, Stakeholder Participation, Socio-Economic, Capacity Building and Environmental Sustainability.
The neglect of institutional dimension in water management has created a major drawback in implementing IWRM. Saleth & amp; Dinar (2004) argues that as water scarcity is experienced in many parts of the world (including Iran); water sector institutions need to be reoriented to cater for the needs of changing supply-demand and quantity-quality relationships in emerging realities.
This paper reviews the importance of institutional analysis and, in particular, the role of stakeholder participation in the management of water resources with reference to the management of coastal zones in general and Iran in particular.

Characterization and purification of by-product polyethylene wax from slurry high density polyethylene process

Characterization and purification of by-product polyethylene wax from slurry high density polyethylene process

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Publishing year : 2011

Conference : International Conference on Polymer Processing

Number of pages : 4

Abstract: Polyethylene wax is one of the main byproducts of a low pressure slurry high density polyethylene (HDPE) process. This wax is produced in a quantity of about 8 to 10 kilograms per ton of polyethylene product, depending on the used katalysts and The process conditions. This wax is highly soluble in hexane at high temperatures and pressures. After the solvent recovery and wax drying in a wax removal unit, the wax contains different types and amounts of volatile compounds. In this characterization study, two byprodut waxes obtained from ethylene polymerization (two flaky waxes dried by water jet) were studied. Solvent extraction method is used for the purification of waxes to produce a low molecular weight (MW) wax. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and High Temperature Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) were used to investigate the efficiency of the purification process. The results showed that abrasive spots and narrow molecular weight fractions were produced from soft paraffin like waxes to hard ones.

Bond Improvement in Cementitious Mortars Reinforced with Continuous Carbon Filaments

Bond Improvement in Cementitious Mortars Reinforced with Continuous Carbon Filaments

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Publishing year : 2009

Conference : First International Conference on Concrete Technology

Number of pages : 10

Abstract: Among the various parameters that influence the properties of the composite, the bond between the cementitious matrix and fibers is the most important one. This paper studies the influence of admixtures – silica fume, superplasticizer and air entraining agent – on the improvement of bond between bundled carbon fibers and cementitious mortars. An overall microstructural analysis has shown that the addition of silica fumes strengthens the interfacial transition zone by reducing its porosity and consumption of CH crystals. The addition of a superplasticizer increased the workability of fresh mortars, but the bond improvement was insignificant. The application of the air entraining agent caused formation of air bubbles inside the mortar matrix. Air bubbles formed in the vicinity of the multifilament yarn were found to provide mechanical anchoring for fibers leading to a significant increase in interface friction. Fiber-bundle pullout tests were carried out to confirm the effectiveness of the admixtures to improve interface bonding. Based on the resulting load-displacement curves, the air entraining agent was found to be most effective in enhancing the bonding properties of the cementitious composite.

An Adaptive Algorithm for Managing Gradient Topology in Peer-to-Peer networks

An Adaptive Algorithm for Managing Gradient Topology in Peer-to-Peer networks

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Part of #An Adaptive Algorithm for Managing Gradient Topology in Peer-to-Peer networks# :

Publishing year : 2016

Conference : Eighth International Conference on Information and Knowledge Technology

Number of pages : 7

Abstract: Super-peer network is a type of peer-to-peer networks. In a super-peer network, a super-peer is a peer that has more ability than other peers to have and is responsible for some of the network management tasks. Since different peers vary in terms of capability, selecting a super-peer is a challenge problem. Gradient topology is a type of super-peer network. Due to the dynamics of peers, adaptive methods are important for managing gradient topology. A problem of the existing algorithms of gradient topology is that they are not sensitive to joining and leaving peers. This problem becomes more challenging when a malicious peer often joins and leaves the network. The proposed algorithm is sensitive to the removal of super peers, using the learning automata, selects the new super-peers in an adaptive manner. According to the simulation results, the proposed algorithm can compete with existing algorithms.

Economic sanctions and political cultures: the relationship between the sanctions and variables such as human rights, Consume freedom and political life of the host ( The Case Study is Iran)

Economic sanctions and political cultures: the relationship between the sanctions and variables such as human rights, Consume freedom and political life of the host ( The Case Study is Iran)

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Part of #Economic sanctions and political cultures: the relationship between the sanctions and variables such as human rights, Consume freedom and political life of the host ( The Case Study is Iran)# :

Publishing year : 2013

Conference : International Conference on Economics under Sanctions

Number of pages : 14

Abstract: In the international politics and competition of global power, to government control, and disposal of any threats to peace and security, Regulations imposed by the UN. One of the provisions is Chapter VII of the UN Chapter. According to this chapter, the UN Security Council can take the necessary steps to implement it. One of these actions is to stop all or part of the government's economic relations, which under economic sanctions be checked.in the first place, economic sanctions are used to control or undermine state's economic and pushing it to changes in Domestic and international politics. In the current era, The objective of sanctions is Changing political regimes. But it can be more accurate, is changed. Heterogeneous political culture against the dominant international culture. For example, Economic sanctions that are applied by the United States of America Against Iran and Different economic systems. Iran enjoys a different political culture and Iran's economic system Is not In the framework of capitalist economics; As a dominant culture on global hawks. Currently, this point is that the One component new and stable of human rights is respect for Differences, interests and different political cultures. But what is clear is that the capitalism's great powers are not compatible with different political cultures. Therefore, capitalism has growth potential in its own particular culture. A tool to stop oppositional political culture. But what is in sanctions against Iran and its specific political and cultural, specific Definition of Consume freedom and political life that, on the one, have been following the failure of the sanctions in some cases, On the The other hand, has triggered a specific definition of the resistance of the economy.