Surface drainage. 3.
Subsurface drainage. 4.
Water table management. 5.
Drainage water quality. 6.
Drainage water treatment. 7.
Drainage water re-use. 8.
Drainage water issues. 9.
Drainage water disposal. 10.
Saline water irrigation. 11.
Purification of streams and rivers. 12.
Long-distance water transfer. 13.
Water quality monitoring. Bibliography.
Index. "Agricultural drainage is the removal of excess water from the soil surface and/or soil profile of cropland, by either gravity or artificial means.
The two main reasons for improving the drainage on agricultural land are for soil conservation and enhancing crop production. The management goal of agricultural drainage is to maintain a salt balance in the crop root zone in arid areas and proper soil water balance in humid areas.
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2. Structure of Bacterial Cell.
3. Classification of Microbes and Their Taxonomy.
4. Identification of Microbes: Stains and Type of Staining Techniques, Electron Microscopy.
Section B: 5. Nutrition, Cultivation, Isolation of Bacteria, Actinomycetes, Fungi, Virus, etc.
6. Microbial Genetics and Variation.
7. Sterility Testing.
Section C: 8. Disinfectants, Antiseptics, and Preservatives.
Section D: 10. Immunology.
11. Antimicrobial Assay of Antibiotics, Vitamins and Amino Acids.
Section E: 12. Experiments References.
Index. Textbook of Pharmaceutical Mircobiology is an attempt to make each chapter independent and self-contained.
This book is very important and essential for every pharmacy student because it’s direct connection with pharmaceutical industry, particularly in manufacture of parenteral products, ophthalmic and vaccines etc. and their aseptic processing and sterilization.
This book consists of five sections divided into twelve chapters. First section deals with the scope, history and classification of microorganisms.
Section B and C describes(less)
2. Centroid And Moment Of Inertia Friction.
3. Transmission Of Power And Simple Lifting Machine.
4. Shear Force Diagram Sfd And Bending Moment Diagram Bmd.
5. Truss And Virtual Work Questions B.
E. First Second Semester Examinations Paper June 2008.
Appendices: 1. RGPV Paper Solution July 2008 Dec.
2002 . 2.
10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus. 3.
Viva Questions And Answers Useful Conversion Unitwise Questions Rgpv Part 2 Basic Civil Engineering Unit-1: Civil Engineering Materials Unit-2: Building Construction Unit-3: Surveying And Positioning Unit-4: Mapping And Sensing Unit-5: Disaster Resistant Building Questions. Appendix.
I RGPV Paper Solution June 2008-Dec. 2004 Appendix II 10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus Appendix III Viva Questions And Answers Unitwise Mix Question Bank Appendix IV Glossary.
1. Strictly according to the revised syllabus as prescribed by RGPV Bhopal MP in theory and practical 2.
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Smiley knows that Stella feared her husband would murder her, but as he probes further beneath Carne's respectable veneer, he uncovers far more than a simple crime of passion(less)
The book emphasizes the role of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics in the derivation of significant relationships between the various thermodynamic properties. The initial chapter provides an overview of the basic concepts and processes, and discusses the important units and dimensions involved.
The ensuing chapters, in a logical presentation, thoroughly cover the first and second laws of thermodynamics, the heat effects, the thermodynamic properties and their relations, the flow, refrigeration and liquefaction processes, and the equilibria between phases and in chemical reactions.The book is suitably illustrated with a large number of visuals.
It contains numerous solved examples in each chapter, as well as solved model question papers and a set of 360 multiple-choice questions at the end of the book, to help students develop problem-solving skills. Plentiful exercises at the end of each chapter help develop the students’ ability and confidence in the application of the underlying concepts.
About The author: Gopinath Halder Ph.D.
, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Indian School of Mines University, Dhanbad. A member of various professional societies such as Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Dr.
Halder has authored several research papers published in reputed national and international journals. His areas of research interest include Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics and Environmental Engineering.
Table Of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Introduction and Basic Concepts Law of Thermodynamics Properties of Pure Substances Heat Effects Second Law of Thermodynamics Thermodynamic Property Relations Thermodynamics to Flow Processes Refrigeration and Liquefaction Process Solution Thermodynamics: Properties Vapour–Liquid Equilibrium Additional Topics in Phase Equilibrium Chemical Reaction Equilibria Appendix A: Property Tables Appendix B: Solved Model Question Papers Appendix C: Multiple Choice Questions Bibliography Index(less)
1. Understanding ends and means.
2. A look in the library mirror.
3. Your mission, should you choose to accept it.
4. Measuring and assessing the components of service quality.
5. What can go wrong with numbers.
6. Compliment and complaint management.
7. Listening to customers through surveys.
8. Listening to customers through focus group interviews.
9. Customer-related indicators and requirements.
10. Satisfaction and service quality: separate but intertwined.
11. Interpreting findings to improve customer service.
12. Embracing change--continuous improvement.
"Providing quality service is a key objective for public and academic libraries everywhere. To be truly successful it is critical to know 'how' or 'if' the library and its staff provide quality service to customers.
However, service quality is difficult to assess when compared to quantitative output measures such as circulation and internet use. Until now, librarians have lacked valid library-specific standards or tools to measure the quality of library(less)
A woman ahead of her time.An uplifting, inspiring and heart-warming story of a woman truly ahead of her time.
Of loves lost and found, of courage and determination.It is the 1930s and when her beloved husband, John, suddenly dies, young Ellie Hogan decides to leave Ireland and return to New York.
She hopes that the city's vibrancy will distract her from her grief. But the Depression has rendered the city unrecognisable - gone is the energy and party atmosphere that Ellie once fell in love with, ten years before.
Ellie plunges headfirst into a new life pouring all her passion and energy into running a home and refuge for the homeless. In return they give her the kind of love, support and friendship she needs to try and overcome her grief.
Until, one day, someone she thought she'd never see again steps through her door. It seems that even the Atlantic isn't big enough to prevent the tragedies(less)
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