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Production of High pH Value Bio-oil from Woody Biomass and Poultry Litter 

Ravindran, Harideepan (2011-07-25)
Fast pyrolysis, a biomass to liquid conversion process, has attracted a lot of interest from industry and academia due to its high oil yield. Bio-oil can be produced from various biomass feedstocks that are regionally ...

Production of Transportation Fuel Range Middle Distillates via Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis with Integrated Product Upgrading under Supercritical Phase Conditions 

Zhang, Sihe (2013-01-08)
There has been a great deal of contemporary interest in the utilization of a variety of carbonaceous feedstocks to produce readily usable transportation fuels via synthesis gas (syngas, a mixture of H2 and CO). Specifically, ...

Production, Characterization and Structure Determination of the C-terminal Domain of Stt3p: the Catalytic Subunit of Yeast Oligosaccharyl Transferase 

Huang, Chengdong (2010-08-03)
N-glycosylation, the most ubiquitous protein modification in eukaryotes, is catalyzed by the enzyme complex Oligosaccharyl Transferase (OT). This protein co-translational modification has been implicated in a multitude of ...

Productive Public Space: Wetland Waterfront Reconnecting to the City in Mobile, AL 

Bi, Wenrui (2011-11-30)
Mobile is a port city on the Gulf of Mexico, and is the oldest city in the State of Alabama as well. The convenient location and land-river transportation link gave the city great strategic importance, which fostered it ...

Productivity and Nutritive Quality of Johnsongrass as Influenced by Interseeded Ladino Clover and Fertilization with Commercial Fertilizer or Broiler Litter 

Dillard, Sandra Leanne (2009-05-12)
Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) is a warm-season perennial forage grown throughout the southeastern US. It was a very popular forage for cattle grazing during the early 20th Century; however, it currently is not utilized ...

Productivity, Nutritive Quality and Utilization of Dallisgrass (Paspalum dilatatum) for Beef Cattle Production as Influenced by Fertilization Regime and Grazing Management 

Bungenstab, Elias (2009-08-05)
Dallisgrass (Paspalum dilatatum) is well adapted to the Black Belt region of the southeastern US, and information on its productivity and nutritive quality as influenced by fertility and grazing management is needed in ...

Products of positive definite symplectic matrices 

Granario, Daryl Quebrar (2020-07-15)
We show that every symplectic matrix is a product of five positive definite symplectic matrices and five is the best in the sense that there are symplectic matrices which are not product of less.

Professional Counselors' Perceptions of the Role of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in Substance Abuse Treatment: A Qualitative Narrative 

Rogers, Maria (2009-12-15)
Participation in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an accepted, widely used practice in substance abuse treatment as a stand-alone method and as an adjunct to more traditional therapeutic models. The absence of overwhelming ...

Professional Development as a Means to Increasing Teachers’ Self-Efficacy for Technology Integration 

Gaither, Carol (2005-05-15)
The purpose of this study was to explore the importance of the integration of technology into educational classrooms and why teachers are reluctant to embrace this integration. Further, this study systemically evaluated ...

The Professional Learning and Development of Principals and Assistant Principals 

Rushing, Kimberly Joy (2022-07-29)
Continued professional learning and development of school leaders is a way to improve schools and promote positive organizational change (Andreoli et al., 2020; Kim, 2020; Rieckhoff & Larsen, 2012) as well as and a way to ...

Professional Learning Communities: An Examination of 21st Century and Traditional Facility Designs 

Howard, Brandi (2022-04-08)
Today’s educational structures require teachers to move from isolation to collaboration to improve knowledge, skills, and instructional practices for effective teaching and learning. To do this, many schools across the ...

Professors’ Teaching Effectiveness in Relation to Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Perceptions of Student Rating Myths 

Balam, Esenc (2006-08-15)
One of the purposes of the current study was to develop an instrument capturing different dimensions of college professor’s sense of efficacy so as to investigate the relation between professors’ efficacy beliefs and ...

Profile Analysis of Intercultural Sensitivity 

Gunther, Katie (2014-05-01)
Bennett (1986) theorized that preferences for specific worldviews about cultural difference (ranging from ethnocentric to ethno-relative) influence the degree to which trainees benefit from or resist cross-cultural training. ...

Profile Monitoring of Multivariate Processes for Efficient Detection of Parameter Changes 

Mishra, Shovan (2018-10-31)
Profile monitoring has been extensively studied when the profile of a quality characteristic is normally distributed. There are a limited number of studies for the case when a profile follows other distributions such as ...

Profiling Newcomers in the Socialization Process: Examining Longitudinal Patterns of Authentic Self-Expression Change 

Zhao, Teng (2023-07-05)  ETD File Embargoed
A few existing studies have demonstrated that organizations and supervisors’ support on newcomers’ authentic self-expression is beneficial for socialization outcomes. However, limited attention has been given to understanding ...

Profitability in Marketing Bred Heifers in Alabama 

Pinto, Allan (2020-07-17)
In 2018, the inventory of cattle in the United States was of 94,298,000, from which almost the 7% (6,260,000) came from the Southeast (Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee) (USDA-NASS). Most cattle producers in ...

Prognostic Health Management for Mission and Safety Critical Electronics 

Lowe, Ryan (2012-07-17)
The increasing reliance on electrical systems to fulfill mission and safety critical applications has motivated the need for in situ monitoring of functioning electrical systems and a priori warnings of failure. In this ...

Prognostics and Health Management of Lead Free Electronics Subjected to Single Steady-State and Multiple Cyclic Thermal Environments 

More, Vikrant (2010-12-13)
Requirements for system availability for ultra-high reliability electronic systems such as implantable biological systems, avionics and space are driving the need for advanced heath monitoring techniques for early detection ...

Prognostics and Remaining Useful Life Estimation of Electronic Assemblies under Shock and Combined Temperature-Vibration Experiments 

Thomas, Tony (2022-05-04)  ETD File Embargoed
The electronics components experience different high-stress loading environments such as drop, shock, and vibration at various life-cycle stages, i.e., manufacturing, transportation, and deployment in the field. In this ...

Prognostics Health Management and Damage Relationships of Lead-Free Components in Thermal Cycling Harsh Environments 

Madhura Hande, Handattu (2008-05-15)
There has been a growing interest in the area of health monitoring of electronics in order to predict the failure and provide warnings. Existing Prognostics Health Management methodologies are very reactive in nature and ...