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Volume 03 - Issue 11 (November 2018)


Title:
TDN in four grazing grasses at different regrowth ages under fertilization with zinc metallosite
Authors:
Nivela Morante Pedro Eduardo, Vélez Álava Ana María, Jumbo Romero Manuel de Jesús, Lazo Roger Yosbel, Rafael Antonio Loor Almeida, Michael Argenis Román Loor, Janeth Rocío Jácome Gómez, Ángel Homero Pinargote Zambrano, Leonardo Rafael Jácome Gómez
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 01 - 04, Vol 03 - No. 11, 2018
Abstract:
The present investigation was carried out in the Laica University "Eloy Alfaro" of Manabí, El Carmen, Province of Manabí - Ecuador, in the premises of La Granja Experimental Río Suma, in Km 30 of the road Santo Domingo El Carmen. The goal was the in vivo digestibility of four grazing grasses (Panicum maximum cv. Tanzania, Panicum maximum cv. Mombaza, Brachiaria Brizantha cv. Xaraes, Brachiaria Brizantha cv. Marandú) under foliar fertilization with zinc metallosite. A 4 x 4 Square Latin design was used. A total of 4 rows (regrowth ages), 4 columns (sheep) and 4 treatments (grazing grass varieties) were used. The factors under study were cut or regrowth age (20, 25, 30 and 35 days) and grazing grass varieties under foliar fertilization with 2 lts ha-1 of zinc metallosite (Tanzania, Mombaza, Xaráes and Marandú) and the variable under study were: Total digestible nutrients. The total digestible nutrients in grazing grasses under complementary fertilization with 2 liters ha-1 of zinc metallosite showed positive effects, highlighting the Marandú, Tanzania and Xaraes varieties. Cutting age did not infer the total digestible nutrients of grazing grasses.
Keywords:
Total digestible nutrients (TDN), bioavailability, grasses
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Title:
Analysis of Effect Principal Cutting Angle to Stability of Tools Vibration with Cement-Sugar Cane Fiber Composite Damping
Authors:
Santoso Mulyadi, Triwahju Hardianto, Yuni Hermawan, Dwi Djumhariyanto, Robertus Sidartawan
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 05 - 10, Vol 03 - No. 11, 2018
Abstract:
This study discusses the effect of the principal cutting angle, feeding and depth of cut on the tool vibration in the turning process. HSS turning tool are wrapped in a composite of cement-sugarcane fiber to reduce vibrations that occur during the machining process.The accelerometer vibration measuring instrument will record the vibration signals that occur during the machining process. The result: principal cutting angle, feeding and depth of cut are very influential on the occurrence of vibration in the turning process with a confidence level of 95.8%. The smallest vibration was obtained in the first experiment with the use of the principal cutting angle 60o, feeding 0.05 mm/rev and the depth of cut 0.5 mm with a vibration value of 1.24 m/s2.The greatest vibration is obtained when using the principal cutting angle of 90o, 0.2 mm/rev feeding and 1 mm cutting depth with avibration value of 12.16 m/s2.
Keywords:
principal cutting angle, turning process and vibration.
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Title:
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND AUDIENCE OF SINHALESE LYRICAL THEATRE
Authors:
Dr. Sunethra Kankanamge
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 11 - 25, Vol 03 - No. 11, 2018
Abstract:
Sinhalese lyrical theatre is a special theatre genre which is harmonized with dance, music, acting and the other art forms. The other theatrical productions, often dramatically and completely different from the genre of lyrical theatre, but popular at the same time in Sri Lanka, especially in Colombo, may help us place the lyrical theatre productions in relation to the audience, Financial management and the social environment of the country at the same time.
During the research related to this article I have collected data on many peoples‟ perspectives on lyrical theatre during the last three years. These helped me make many observations on music, dancing, script writing, presenting, directing, producing1 and the other creative processes of a lyrical theatre are more difficult than those of other ordinary dialogue driven plays like Manoratna‟s „Sellam Nirindu‟. Also, people lead busy lives and cannot make the time to go to the theatre as there are other easier options such as watching television. Because of the less audience, theatre directors also have no much enthusiasm to direct and perform theatre in every day.
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Title:
Protein bioavailability in four grazing pastures at different regrowth ages under phosphorus fertilization
Authors:
Nivela Morante Pedro Eduardo, Pinargote Santana Marilin Andreina, Jumbo Romero Manuel de Jesús, Cedeño Loor Tito Alexander, Alcívar Chávez Adela Connie, Loor Almeida Rafael Antonio, Pinargote Zambrano Ángel Homero, Román Loor Michael Argenis
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 26 - 29, Vol 03 - No. 11, 2018
Abstract:
The present investigation was carried out in the Laica University "Eloy Alfaro" of Manabí, El Carmen, Province of Manabí - Ecuador, in the premises of La Granja Experimental Río Suma, at km 30 of the Santo Domingo El Carmen highway. The objective was the in vivo digestibility of four grazing pastures (Panicum maximum cv. Tanzania, Panicum maximum cv. Mombaza, Brachiaria Brizantha cv. Xaraes, Brachiaria Brizantha cv. Marandú) under edaphic fertilization with triple superphosphate. A Latin design of 4 x 4 squares was used. A total of 4 rows (regrowth ages), 4 columns (sheep) and 4 treatments (grass varieties) were used. The factors under study were the age of cut or regrowth (20, 25, 30 and 35 days) and the grazing grass varieties with edaphic fertilization with triple superphosphate (Tanzania, Mombaza, Xaráes and Marandú) and the variable under study were: protein bioavailability. The digestibility of protein in grazing grasses under complementary fertilization with triple superphosphate showed positive effects, highlighting the Xaraes, Marandú and Mombaza varieties. Cutting age did not infer the digestible energy of the grasses.
Keywords:
protein, bioavailability, grasses.
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Title:
The Representation of Women's Beauty and Sexuality as a Financial object in Sinhala Conventional Theatre
Authors:
Dr. Sunethra Kankanamge
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 30 - 38, Vol 03 - No. 11, 2018
Abstract:
Woman has been a subject of discussion, viewed from a number of perspectives as beauty, love, sexuality and a financial object from ancient times to the present as can be traced in a vast volume of literature in the world. According to the theories of Sanskrit literature as reflected in the works of poets and dramatists like Kalidasa, Sri Harshadeva, Bhasa 'Woman' is something very compulsory for them as a subject for ornation. Such ornation should focus on the woman from heir to feet with an ornated language'.
According to the cross-cultural communication between India and Sri Lanka, many Sinhalese theatre directors have taken 'woman and the sexuality' as a tool for the performances from the beginning to the present time. This fact naturally leads through the achievements of financial situation of the performances. Therefore theatre directors have focused on how the woman's beauty and gracefulness are important for a play. These attributes of women are integral to the development of the performance text on the stage. Sometimes they constitute the most important icon for the production. Many of the theatre productions have such a view in their representation of women's body. For example, in Ediriweera Sarachchandra's play 'Maname', the whole plot centers round the desire of the young princess Maname to be in the comfort of security and the personality of a man. The Director has chosen a girl for princess Maname who is very young and beautiful, with a typical woman's body as described by many poets in literature. She was an incarnation of beauty and sexuality as in the descriptions of many dramatists and poets. According to my view this is a tool which connects women's beauty and the sexuality with society. A similar representation of the woman's beauty and sexuality can be found in the plays such Sinhalese theatre directors as, Dharmasiri Bandaranayaka (Makarakshyana / The Dragon, 2011), Jayalath Manoratna (Horu Samaga Heluwen (Nude with thieves) 2008 and Dayananda Gunawardane (Gajaman Puwatha / The Lady, Gajaman).
The source for primary data was the actual performances of particular plays. The secondary sources included the literature relevant to these areas.
Keywords:
Woman, Sexuality, Beauty, performances, Sinhalese theatre
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