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Understanding re-distribution of road deposited particle-bound pollutants using a Bayesian Network (BN) approach.

Road deposited pollutants (build-up) are continuously re-distributed by external factors such as traffic and wind turbulence, influencing stormwater runoff quality. However, current stormwater quality modelling approaches do not account for the re-distribution of pollutants. This undermines the accuracy of stormwater quality predictions, constraining the design of effective stormwater treatment measures. This study, using over 1000 data points, developed a Bayesian Network modelling approach to investigate ...


A high-temperature plugging system for offshore heavy oil thermal recovery.

There are many heavy oil reservoirs in offshore oilfields in China. Steam and multiple thermal fluid stimulation technologies are of increasing interest and have been applied to an increasing number of projects. During the stimulation or displacement of heavy oil reservoirs during thermal recovery, several factors, such as reservoir heterogeneity, are prone to cause channeling phenomena and affect the thermal recovery effect of steam stimulation. According to the unique requirements for the stimulation of m...

Exhaust Emission Characteristics of Typical Alkanes from Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicles Based on a Portable Emission Measurement System.

The on-road emissions of typical alkanes from 11 heavy-duty diesel vehicles with different emission standards (from China Ⅰ to China Ⅳ) were tested using a portable emission measurement system(PEMS) and quantified by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Our aim was to analyze the emission characteristics of typical alkanes in heavy-duty diesel vehicle exhaust. The results show that the emission standard significantly affected the emission factors (EFs) of -alkanes and hopanes. Vehicles with hig...


Swedish Specialized Boarding Element Members' Experiences of Naval Hostile Duty.

The Swedish naval specialized boarding element participated in Operation Atalanta in 2013 to mitigate piracy by escorting and protecting ships included in the United Nations World Food Program in the Indian Ocean. We describe the experiences of the Swedish naval specialized boarding-element members during 4 months of international naval hostile duty. Some studies have reported experiences of naval duty for the Coast Guard or the merchant fleet; however, we did not find any studies that identified or describ...

In-Use Performance and Durability of Particle Filters on Heavy-Duty Diesel Trucks.

Diesel particle filters (DPFs) are standard equipment on heavy-duty diesel trucks with 2007 and newer engines in the U.S. This study evaluates the performance and durability of these filters. Black carbon (BC) emission rates from several thousand heavy-duty trucks were measured at the Port of Oakland and Caldecott Tunnel over multiple years as California regulations accelerated the adoption of DPFs. As DPF use increased, fleet-average BC emissions decreased and emission factor distributions became more skew...

High Mobility Group B-1 (HMGB-1) Promotes Apoptosis of Macrophage-Derived Foam Cells by Inducing Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress.

High mobility group B-1 (HMGB-1)-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress (ERS) has been implicated in inflammation and dendritic cell maturation. C/EBP-homologous protein (CHOP) is a vital component of ERS and apoptosis and plays a critical role in atherosclerosis. However, only a little information is available about the role of HMGB-1 in foam cell formation. Thus, the role of HMGB-1-induced ERS/CHOP pathway in apoptosis and formation of macrophage-derived foam cells is investigated.

Robust carbon nanotube foam for efficient electromagnetic interference shielding and microwave absorption.

Lightweight and robust carbon nanotube (CNT)/chitosan (CS) foams were assembled by a facile unidirectional freeze-drying method in this work. The CNT/CS foam exhibited an excellent electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding effectiveness (SE) of 37.6 dB while the density was only 17.6 mg·cm, and thus the corresponding specific SE was up to 8556 dB·cm·g. The superior EMI shielding performance was mainly attributed to the perfect conductive networks. Additionally, the absorption coefficient of CNT/...

Are We Obliged to Enhance for Moral Perfection?

Suppose, we could take a pill that would turn us into morally better people. Would we have a duty to take such a pill? In recent years, a number of philosophers have discussed this issue. Most prominently, Ingmar Persson and Julian Savulescu have argued that we would have a duty to take such a pill. In this article, I wish to investigate the possible limits of a duty to take moral enhancement drugs through investigating the related question of whether it would be desirable to create a world populated entire...

Rapid degradation of malachite green by CoFeO-SiC foam under microwave radiation.

This study demonstrated rapid degradation of malachite green (MG) by a microwave (MW)-induced enhanced catalytic process with CoFeO-SiC foam. The catalyst was synthesized from CoFeO particles and SiC foam by the hydrothermal method. X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy techniques were used to confirm that CoFeO particles were settled on the surface of SiC foam. In this experiment, a novel fixed-bed reactor was set up with this catalyst for a continuous flow process in a MW oven. The different ...

Integrated assessment of heavy metal pollution using transplanted mussels in eastern Guangdong, China.

Heavy metal contamination has been widely studied in coastal areas around the world. However, integrative studies of heavy metals pollution by monitoring and characterizing sediments, organisms, and biomarkers as well as their holistic interactions are rare. Here, we selected a developed coastal area in eastern Guangdong, China as the study field. Heavy metal analysis (both in sediment and mussel) and biomarker tests, including neutral red retention time test (NRRT) and micronuclei (MN) test, were employed ...

Transforming fish scale waste into an efficient filler for starch foam.

In this work modified fish scale waste (FS) was used as a filler in order to improve the properties of starch foam prepared by a baking process. The FS was modified under two calcination conditions: at 500 °C for 5 h and at 700 °C for 3 h. The FS powder calcined at 700 °C for 3 h (FS700-3) had higher Ca content and lower protein content and was the filler chosen for experimental study of the effects of its addition on the properties of the starch foam. The addition of FS700-3 to the starch fo...

Storage lipid studies in tuberculosis reveal that foam cell biogenesis is disease-specific.

Foam cells are lipid-laden macrophages that contribute to the inflammation and tissue damage associated with many chronic inflammatory disorders. Although foam cell biogenesis has been extensively studied in atherosclerosis, how these cells form during a chronic infectious disease such as tuberculosis is unknown. Here we report that, unlike the cholesterol-laden cells of atherosclerosis, foam cells in tuberculous lung lesions accumulate triglycerides. Consequently, the biogenesis of foam cells varies with t...

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The Efficacy and Safety of Azelaic Acid 15% Foam in the Treatment of Facial Acne Vulgaris.

Azelaic acid demonstrates anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-comedogenic, and anti-microbial effects. Azelaic acid 20% cream is currently approved for the treatment of acne vulgaris, and azelaic acid 15% foam has recently been approved for rosacea. Given the favorable tolerability profile of foam preparations, it is reasonable to assume that azelaic acid 15% foam could serve as a viable treatment option for facial acne.

LDL and foam cell formation as the basis of atherogenesis.

Lipoprotein-induced intracellular lipid accumulation (foam cell formation) is a trigger of atherogenesis at the subendothelial arterial cell level. The purpose of this review is to describe the recent data related to the possible mechanisms of LDL-induced formation of lipid-laden foam cells and their role in the onset and development of atherosclerotic lesion.

Dynamics of Liquid Oil that Flows Inside Aqueous Wet Foam.

Wet soap foam spontaneously imbibes liquid oil without defoaming when they are brought into contact. The kinetics behind this recently observed phenomenon was studied experimentally, with focus on the origin of the suction force and on the oil-front dynamics. Using an aqueous foam with an air volume fraction slightly greater than the critical value, we show that the pumping pressure of oil and/or miscible liquid into the wet foam is attributable to the interfacial distortion of the bubble surfaces. Two dist...

Evaluating Heavy Metal Stress Levels in Rice Based on Remote Sensing Phenology.

Heavy metal pollution of croplands is a major environmental problem worldwide. Methods for accurately and quickly monitoring heavy metal stress have important practical significance. Many studies have explored heavy metal stress in rice in relation to physiological function or physiological factors, but few studies have considered phenology, which can be sensitive to heavy metal stress. In this study, we used an integrated Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) time-series image set to extract remote...

Symptom Reporting Patterns of US Military Service Members with a History of Concussion According to Duty Status.

To compare symptom reporting patterns of service members with a history of concussion based on work status: full duty, limited duty, or in the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB)/disability process.

Return to Duty Practices of Army Behavioral Health Providers in Garrison.

While combat readiness is a top priority for the U.S. Army, there is concern that behavioral health (BH) return to duty (RTD) practices may under-represent the number of soldiers available for deployment. Profiling, the official administrative process by which medical duty limitations are communicated to commanders, was recently found to be significantly under-reporting BH readiness levels in one Army Division. This is a safety issue in addition to a readiness problem, and underscores the importance of bett...

Utility of a screening tool for haemostatic defects in a multicentre cohort of adolescents with heavy menstrual bleeding.

Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) may be expected for many adolescents after menarche. Accurate assessment of HMB, a key component in the diagnosis of a haemostatic defect (HD), is a well-recognized challenge.

Silencing LAIR-1 in human THP-1 macrophage increases foam cell formation by modulating PPARγ and M2 polarization.

Formation of macrophage-derived foam cells may mark the initial stages of atherosclerosis. We investigated the association between the expression of the leukocyte-associated immunoglobulin-like receptor 1 (LAIR-1) in macrophages and foam cell formation. A foam cell model was established by incubating THP-1-derived macrophages and bone marrow macrophages (BMMs) with oxidized low-density lipoprotein (ox-LDL). The role of LAIR-1 in foam cell formation was evaluated via Oil Red O staining and Dil-ox-LDL fluores...

Bio-based thermosetting epoxy foam: Tannic acid valorization toward dye-decontaminating and thermo-protecting applications.

Bio-resourced thermosetting epoxy foam was synthesized from tannic acid toward two different applications e.g., dye-decontaminating and thermo-insulating. Epoxidized tannic acid (ETA) foam was produced without using of organic volatile compounds or flammable foaming gases. The foam density, thermal conductivity and closed-cell content were studied. Besides, TGA showed high char yield (49% in N and 48.3% in air) at 600 °C accompanied by high LOI (37.1 in N and 36.8 in air). The high thermo-stability and i...

Common mental disorders among US army aviation personnel: Prevalence and return to duty.

Assess the prevalence of US Army aviation personnel with common mental disorders, the percentage that return to duty following mental health treatment, and predictors of return to duty.

Efficient removal of perfluorooctane sulfonate from aqueous film-forming foam solution by aeration-foam collection.

Aqueous film-forming foams (AFFFs) used in fire-fighting are one of the main contamination sources of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) to the subterranean environment, requiring high costs for remediation. In this study, a method that combined aeration and foam collection was presented to remove PFOS from a commercially available AFFF solution. The method utilized the strong surfactant properties of PFOS that cause it to be highly enriched at air-water interfaces. With an aeration flow rate of 75 mL/min, ...


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