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  • Authors: Kunio Sugahara; Tatsuo Kubo; Iwao Tasaki;
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    Authors: Ryoji Katsuki; Yo Asai; Hirofumi Fujikawa;

    Effect of exercise on apparent energy digestibility of timothy and alfalfa hay were estimated in two-year-old horses. Intensity of the exercise was equal to 80% heart rate max (180 beats/min) for 5 min between warm-up and cool-down. Timothy and alfalfa hay intakes in the exercise and rest periods did not differ significantly. The apparent energy digestibility and digestibility energy (DE) of timothy hay in exercised horses were significantly lower than in rested horses but there were no significant differences between exercised and rested horses in the apparent energy digestibility or DE of alfalfa hay. These results suggested that exercise in this study decreased energy digestibility of timothy hay and it seemed that the effect of exercise on the energy digestibility of hay was altered by the composition of hay.

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  • Authors: Sara D. Garduño-Diaz; Philippe Y. Garduño-Diaz;

    Objective : To analyze the physical, economic, political and sociocultural components of the environment in Kuwait and determine if the country classifies as an obesogenic environment. Design : Observational, cross-sectional study following the ANGELO framework. Data from a popular online food delivery system was accessed and the nutrient composition for these foods was calculated. Setting : Kuwait Results : Meeting the majority of the characteristics required to be identified as such, Kuwait is found to have an obesogenic environment. Availability and accessibility to an almost unlimited amount of food, energy, trans fats and sugars are likely to be significant contributors to obesity and diet-related diseases. Conclusions : In tandem to the diet, harsh climate conditions, sociocultural practices and a lifestyle designed for decreased energy expenditure contribute to the creation of an obesogenic environment.

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    Authors: Mariapia Vairetti; Andrea Ferrigno; Vittoria Rizzo; Giulia Ambrosi; +4 Authors
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  • Authors: Rene Meuleman;
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    Authors: Martins Zaumanis;

    Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) technologies have potential to reduce the application temperature of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) and improve workability without compromising the performance of asphalt pavement. This promises various benefits, e.g. a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, decreased energy consumption and costs, improved working conditions, better compaction, extended paving season, higher reclaimed asphalt content, earlier opening to traffic, etc. These benefits as well as the potential concerns are discussed in this chapter. Mix design considerations and possible specializations of WMA technologies are summarized. Different WMA production technologies are reviewed with an emphasis on practical applications.

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  • Authors: George Niederehe;

    In their seminal study of 1,134 elderly San Franciscans, Lowenthal, Berkman, and their associates (1967) found complaints of failing memory so frequently that they termed them (alongside reports of decreased energy) “stereotypes of aging.” Declining memory was reported by nearly half the community residents and by even higher percentages of those evidencing psychiatric symptoms, whether hospitalized or living in the community. Though self-reports of memory decline increased with age, this pattern was not substantiated by scores on objective cognitive tests, which remained stable with age. These findings were consistent with some other reports mentioning discrepancies between patients’ performance on objective tests or measures of function and the levels of impairment that clinicians had expected to find, based on patients’ self-reports (e.g., Friedman, 1964).

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    Authors: Wetzel T; Janning G; Heuser L; Morgenroth K; +2 Authors

    Eine 66-jahrige Patientin wurde wegen progredienter Claudicatiosymtomatik beider Arme stationar aufgenommen. Ursachlich wurden duplexsonographisch und angiographisch bilaterale Stenosen der A. subclavia und A. axillaris diagnostiziert. Im Rahmen einer gefaschirurgischen Segmentresektion konnte histologisch eine floride Arteriitis mit Riesenzellbildung nachgewiesen werden. Formal wurden die Klassifikationskriterien des American College of Rheumatology (ACR) fur eine Riesenzellarteriitis vom Typ der Takayasu-Arteriitis (TA) erfullt. Das hohere Alter der Patientin bei Manifestation der Erkrankung sowie die Lokalisation im Bereich einer typischen Pradilektionsstelle (A. axillaris) mit allgemeinem Leistungsabfall sprachen differenzialdiagnostisch auch fur eine (extrakranielle Verlaufsform einer) Riesenzellarteriitis (RZA) vom Arteriitis-temporalis-Typ. Die entsprechenden ACR-Klassifikationskriterien wurden im vorgestellten Fall jedoch nicht erfullt. Ob es sich bei der TA und der extrakraniellen Verlaufsform einer RZA/Arteriitis temporalis tatsachlich um 2 eigenstandige nosologische Entitaten handelt, ist nicht bekannt. Fur den klinischen Alltag durfte diese Problematik in den Hintergrund rucken, da das gleiche therapeutische Vorgehen empfohlen wird.

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    Authors: Christian Baumert; Harald Garrecht;

    Der aktuelle betontechnologische Kenntnisstand ermoglicht die Entwicklung von Hochleistungsbetonen, die unterschiedlichste Merkmale wie Selbstverdichtung, Festigkeiten deutlich uber dem Niveau von Normalbeton und eine deutlich gesteigerte Dauerhaftigkeit aufweisen. Das fur die Herstellung von Normalbetonen bekannte 4-Stoffsystem muss dabei einem 5- oder 6-Stoffsystem weichen, das sich zudem durch eine deutlich reduzierte Wasserzugabe auszeichnet. Entsprechend der komplexeren Mischungszusammensetzung stellen die Hochleistungsbetone hohere Anforderungen an den Mischprozess. Mit konventionellen Mischsystemen, die bei Normalbetonen selbst innerhalb kurzester Mischzeit eine sehr hohe Mischgute erreichen, erfordert die Herstellung von Hochleistungsbetonen einen deutlich intensiveren Mischenergieeintrag, um die gewunschten Frischbetoneigenschaften zu erzielen. Untersuchungen am Fachgebiet Werkstoffe im Bauwesen (WIB) an der TU Darmstadt belegen die Vorteile erhohter Werkzeuggeschwindigkeiten auf die Frischbetoneigenschaften von Hochleistungsbeton. Durch den intensiven und schnellen Aufschluss von Zement konnen die rheologischen Eigenschaften verbessert und uber einen langeren Zeitraum aufrecht erhalten werden. Der Suspensions-Mischer ermoglicht bei geringem Energieeinsatz eine deutliche Verkurzung der Mischzeit. The Mixing Process of High Performance Concrete Based on the current knowledge it is feasible to develop high performance concretes with special features such as self compacting ability, a compressive strength significantly above the average of standard concrete and a noticeable increased durability. The 4-materials system, a basic principle of the standard concrete production, is substituted by a 5- or 6-materials system that is characterized by a considerable reduced amount of water. Due to their complex mix composition high performance concretes show enhanced requirements concerning the mixing process. Conventional mixing systems are able to produce a high quality outcome for standard concretes within a short time. In contrast to that, a proper prediction of high performance concretes requires a more intensive input of mixing energy in order to deliver a concrete with the desired fresh concrete properties. Current research activities at the Department of Building Materials, Building Physics and Building Chemistry at the TU Darmstadt prove considerable advantages of higher agitator velocity concerning the fresh concrete characteristics of HPC. An intensive and fast disintegration of cement particles significantly improves rheological attributes of the concrete and sustains them over a longer period of time. The usage of a suspension mixer enables a noticeable reduction of the mixing time and simultaneously decreased energy consumption.

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  • Authors: Shu Wei Goh; Zhanping You;

    The potential of using Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) in reducing the energy consumption of hot mix asphalt (HMA) is becoming more and more attractive nowadays. The goals for the WMA are to lower mixing and compacting temperatures and use the same Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) plants to produce mixes that still meet specifications. The benefits of WMA include reduced emissions and binder aging, lower mixing and compacting temperatures, decreased energy (fuel) consumption and early traffic opening. The advantage of WMA is significant for cold-weather paving because of the slower cooling rate due to a smaller difference between production and ambient temperatures. This study presents an overview of WMA in terms of environmental aspect through a field project. Observations from the field project indicated that emissions produced during WMA construction were significantly reduced compared to HMA. Samples of HMA and WMA (with 1.5% Sasobit) were collected from the job site and tested for Dynamic Modulus and Tensile Strength Ratio to evaluate WMA's moisture susceptibility, fatigue and rutting potential. The results indicated that the moisture susceptibility of WMA was comparable to HMA. The fatigue potential of WMA was slightly higher than HMA; and the specific WMA used in this study has a lower rutting potential than HMA.

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    Authors: Ryoji Katsuki; Yo Asai; Hirofumi Fujikawa;

    Effect of exercise on apparent energy digestibility of timothy and alfalfa hay were estimated in two-year-old horses. Intensity of the exercise was equal to 80% heart rate max (180 beats/min) for 5 min between warm-up and cool-down. Timothy and alfalfa hay intakes in the exercise and rest periods did not differ significantly. The apparent energy digestibility and digestibility energy (DE) of timothy hay in exercised horses were significantly lower than in rested horses but there were no significant differences between exercised and rested horses in the apparent energy digestibility or DE of alfalfa hay. These results suggested that exercise in this study decreased energy digestibility of timothy hay and it seemed that the effect of exercise on the energy digestibility of hay was altered by the composition of hay.

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  • Authors: Sara D. Garduño-Diaz; Philippe Y. Garduño-Diaz;

    Objective : To analyze the physical, economic, political and sociocultural components of the environment in Kuwait and determine if the country classifies as an obesogenic environment. Design : Observational, cross-sectional study following the ANGELO framework. Data from a popular online food delivery system was accessed and the nutrient composition for these foods was calculated. Setting : Kuwait Results : Meeting the majority of the characteristics required to be identified as such, Kuwait is found to have an obesogenic environment. Availability and accessibility to an almost unlimited amount of food, energy, trans fats and sugars are likely to be significant contributors to obesity and diet-related diseases. Conclusions : In tandem to the diet, harsh climate conditions, sociocultural practices and a lifestyle designed for decreased energy expenditure contribute to the creation of an obesogenic environment.

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    Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) technologies have potential to reduce the application temperature of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) and improve workability without compromising the performance of asphalt pavement. This promises various benefits, e.g. a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, decreased energy consumption and costs, improved working conditions, better compaction, extended paving season, higher reclaimed asphalt content, earlier opening to traffic, etc. These benefits as well as the potential concerns are discussed in this chapter. Mix design considerations and possible specializations of WMA technologies are summarized. Different WMA production technologies are reviewed with an emphasis on practical applications.

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    In their seminal study of 1,134 elderly San Franciscans, Lowenthal, Berkman, and their associates (1967) found complaints of failing memory so frequently that they termed them (alongside reports of decreased energy) “stereotypes of aging.” Declining memory was reported by nearly half the community residents and by even higher percentages of those evidencing psychiatric symptoms, whether hospitalized or living in the community. Though self-reports of memory decline increased with age, this pattern was not substantiated by scores on objective cognitive tests, which remained stable with age. These findings were consistent with some other reports mentioning discrepancies between patients’ performance on objective tests or measures of function and the levels of impairment that clinicians had expected to find, based on patients’ self-reports (e.g., Friedman, 1964).

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