This book sheds light on why the raw fruitarian diet coupled with prolonged fasting is the most effective natural cure for eliminating stage-4 cancer and also elucidates the power of attaining an alkaline body for optimizing health. Man’s utmost potent natural cure for eliminating stage-4 cancer is presumably a fruitarian diet coupled with prolonging fasting.The processes of autophagy and ketosis are triggered by prolonged fasting and are able to substantially enhance the body’s innate, divine ability to terminate cancer cells and senescent cells. Moreover, when the body is fully on the mend in a prolonged fasting state, it not only deprives cancer cells of access to glucose that they need to metabolize but also may be able to starve the cancer cells to death, effectively abating and eliminating the tumor overtime. A tumor can be thought of as an abnormal growth of cancer cells or mass of tissues that are consolidated together.Cancer cells thrive, prosper, flourish, and proliferate in an acidic environment. By attaining an alkaline body from eating only fruits and vegetables characterized by high levels of alkalinity that also have a low glycemic load, you can not only promote the growth of good bacteria in your gut and render your blood pH levels above 7.35 but can also, perhaps, completely eliminate cancer, especially when combined with starving the cancer cells from undergoing prolonged fasting on a weekly basis.Furthermore, once the body has entered the metabolic state of ketosis from fasting, the body will churn out ketones which will aid in the decimation of the cancer cells. By making dietary changes to bolster immune system health, the body can more efficaciously terminate cancer cells, especially when in a state of fasting since the body has divine healing mechanics which enables it to eradicate cancer cells that it recognizes as abnormal cells. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul D. Henry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/169330/bk_acx0_169330_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this work, stability aspect of the power system, undergoing three-phase symmetrical fault, has been considered. When a fault occurs, the load angle increases and it may lead to loss of synchronism depending upon the severity of fault. Normally the fault affects two main aspects of power system: transient stability and terminal voltage (voltage regulation). For proper operation of power system it is required to control the system under abnormal condition. The linear and nonlinear control applications to power system undergoing fault are discussed. Stability of a power system mostly depends upon the magnitude and location of the disturbance and to a lesser extent on the initial state or operating condition of the system. The objective here is to design controller to restore the system to pre-fault operating conditions in finite time.
Anhidrosis is an abnormal condition of Equines which means lack of sweating. It is also known by a number of other names including Adiaphoresis, Ischidrosis, Hypohidrosis, Oligidria, Oligohidrosis and Sweating deficiency. In Pakistan, equines are still on of the principal means of transporting goods and people. The lives of these draught horses have often been plagued by miserable and poor conditions as equines in Pakistan belong to poor families, which cannot afford their proper well being. In Pakistan, summer is extremely dangerous for horses. In such conditions, anhidrosis is a natural consequence as horses are unable to cope with sizzling heat and added burden of high work load. There is paucity of research on various aspects of anhidrosis in horses in Pakistan. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the clinico-epidemiological features of anhidrosis in horses, to determine the biochemical alterations in horses suffering from anhidrosis, and to evaluate the comparative efficacy of iodinated casein and germinated wheat in the treatment of anhidrosis in horses.
Electricity consumer dishonesty is a problem faced by all power utilities. Finding efficient measurements for detecting fraudulent electricity consumption has been an active research area in recent years. This research study presents a new approach towards nontechnical loss (NTL) detection in power utilities using support vector machine (SVM). The main motivation of this study is to assist Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) in peninsular Malaysia to reduce its NTLs, due to abnormalities and fraud activities, such as electricity theft. The fraud detection model developed in this study preselects suspected customers to be inspected onsite fraud based on irregularities in consumption behavior. This provides a method of data mining, which involves feature extraction from historical customer consumption data. This SVM based approach uses customer load profile information to expose abnormal behavior that is known to be highly correlated with NTL activities. Feedback from TNB Distribution (TNBD) for onsite inspection of shortlisted customers indicates that the proposed fraud detection model developed in this research study is more effective compared to the current actions taken by them.
In this book, we present a pilot control algorithm, which converts two joysticks commands into two torque directives for movement. This technique allows the user to operate the ABTWC linearly for both motion and orientation control via a joystick. Since a human being is involved in the operation of an ABTWC, the rider faces the danger of being injured in a fall if any system failure occurs. Therefore, the rider should be warned immediately when any system failure develops, ensuring that proper action can be taken to avoid a dangerous accident. A model-based fault-detection filter is designed to detect sensor faults. This book employs a PI observer to detect abnormal information in an ABTWC caused by actuator faults and steering load-torques. In order to promptly alert the rider for safety purposes in the event of a malfunction, the decision-making process to identify a critical failure is investigated. A statistical threshold that has the benefits of improving decision-making reliability is investigated for diagnosing a possible abnormal operation and/or a serious system malfunction.
In this book, two lateral load patterns existing in the FEMA-365 code (the uniform and triangular lateral load patterns) are evaluated.Afterwards, lateral load patterns, high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise structures are considered, load patterns of other structures such as bridges are referred to and other load patterns which have been previously proposed by other researchers are studied. Effects of these load patterns on the results are also discussed in detail. Moreover, a new lateral load pattern is offered for nonlinear static analysis of structural models.This book consists of six chapters: Chapter One: Introduction, Chapter Two: Materials, modeling samples, Chapter Three: Analysis methods and earthquake records, Chapter Four: Types of lateral load distribution patterns, Chapter Five: Evaluation and interpretation of results, Chapter Six: Conclusion
Abnormal conditions such as overload and generator tripping usually result in large excursion of power system frequency, voltage and other system variables. In this case, an effective method to prevent the electric power system from instability, frequency collapse and blackout is an under-frequency load shedding scheme. It is applied in order to maintain stability of the system, when the power system generation fails to supply the increase of load. Load shedding is a common technique to maintain the power system stability by curtailment of partial load in some part of the system. However, the load shedding techniques for an islanded distribution network should be treated differently from the transmission power system. A particular approach of under-frequency load shedding scheme is required for an islanded system which is known to be not as strong as the grid.