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Scirj Volume II, Issue IX, September 2014 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th September 2014
Full Paper available from: 25th September 2014


Passive Solar Design in Ecological Houses
Mohammad Borzooeian

Abstract: Passive solar architecture has been a significant criterion of achieving zero energy since 1979. Obviously there will be vast long-period benefits in the growth and development of inexhaustible, economical, and clean solar energy technologies, as the International Energy Agency said in 2011. The significance of the subject is related to global advantages and goals such as reducing pollution, developing sustainability, keeping fossil fuel prices low, increasing energy security, and increasing reliance on an in exhaustible and indigenous resource. Passive solar design generally means using sunlight and convert it into usable energy for heating (air, water, thermal mass), which leads to air-movement for ventilation or future use with only a little use of other energy sources. And on the other hand we have passive cooling which reduces summer cooling requirements using the same solar design principles. Some passive systems also use a small amount of energy for controlling devices such as dampers, fans, shutters, etc. in order to increase solar energy collection, storage, distribution, and use, and decline heat loss. This article reviews the basics and principles of ecological housing, passive solar concepts and three cases through doing document review. The purpose of the research is to find out how the solar concepts and principles are become feasible and practical.
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The Influence of Education Policy Implementation, Leadership, Organization Culture, Community Participation, on Quality of Educational Services in Senior High School of Kabupaten Padang Lawas Utara in North Sumatera Province
Ali Mukti Tanjung, Yossy Adiwisastra, Tjahja Supriatna, Dewi Sulistyani

Abstract: Education field has huge role for the improvement of the nation. With low quality education in rural area can slow its improvement down. This research aimed to analyze The Influence of Education Policy Implementation, Leadership, Organization Culture, And Community Participation in Senior High School of Kabupaten Padang Lawas Utara In North Sumatera Province, either partially or together. This was a quantitative research using explanatory survey. Total samples of 447 respondents were gathered using proportion stratified random sampling.
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Impact Simulation Axle Truck with Excess of Achievements Age Content Services
Reni Karno Kinasih

Abstract: Overloading phenomenon is a common view in Indonesia, accused of early damage on pavement. This thesis is trying to evaluate the differences between two conditions, first condition as if overloading truck bring 5%,10%, 15%,20%, 25% and 30% more load, and the second condition as if applied zero overloading and used 6-axle-truck to accommodate unloaded logistics. Liddle’s formula will be used with the k factor 1 for tandem axle, 0.086 for tandem, and 0.031 for tridem axle. Service life significantly differ between the first and the second condition.
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Effects of the Implementation of Education Policy, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Public Participation on the Service Quality of Junior High School in North Padang Lawas Regency, the Province of North Sumatera
Ali Mukti Tanjung

Abstract: The objective of this study is to analyse the effects of the implementation of the educational policy, leadership, cultural organizations and public participation on the service quality of Junior High School in Padang Lawas district, North Sumatera province. Methods used to examine the research question above are by using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The quantitative approach used is by using questionnaires to 447 respondents in the district of Padang Lawas, North Sumatera province, while the qualitative approach is by taking an in-depth interview and field observation. The quantitative data collected by questionnaire was analysed by using the multiple regression analysis. The research found that all of the four independent variables (i.e. the implementation of education policy, leadership, organizational culture and the community participation) have significant effects on the service quality of the Junior High school in Padang Lawas District. Therefore, serious concern by the government at the district level is important to taken into account in improving the service quality this institution. However, caveats need to be applied as this study only focus on the Junior High school at the district of Padang Lawas, North Sumatera province.
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Penal Mediation in the Dispute Settlement of Traffic Accidents in Indonesia
Dr. Joko Sriwidodo

Abstract: Penal mediation by using a restorative justice approach has been considered as the best way to speed the dispute settlement process of the traffic accident in Indonesia. This approach is not only quick and simple, but it is also cost efficient. However, discussion on this issue appears to be limited. For that reason, this paper aims at discussing penal mediation in the traffic accidents dispute settlement in Indonesia. This study found that penal mediation of traffic accident dispute in Indonesia is quite different in comparison to the type of mediation in several countries. In Indonesia the mediation process consists of the agreement from parties involved and restitution from the offender to the victim. Such restitution could be in form of apology or in the form of compensation agreed by both parties. Settlement through this mediation can be considered as a negative form of law enforcement. Therefore, mediation through this way should be in accordance of the positive law.
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Some Blood Indexes of the Tortoise Testudo graeca Linn., 1758, From Benghazi Province, Libya
Eman Ali Farag Hamooda, Abdulla Mohammed El-Mansoury, Abdulwahab Raof Mehdi

Abstract: - Hematological and chemical tests have been used as tools to report some blood indexes means and confidence intervals (95%) of the adult "Moorish" or "Greek" male and female tortoises, Testudo graeca Linnaeus, 1758. The area of study was limited to Benghazi province, Libya. Cardiocentesis was employed to obtain blood samples from 25 males and 25 females, which apparently looked healthy tortoises. The anticoagulant of choice, when it was needed, was lithium heparin to avoid destructive effects of the potassium ethylenediaminetetraacetate on cellular elements. Means of the erythrocytes counts as well as confidence intervals of both sexes were below the million per cubic millimeter.
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Speed control of Direct Current motor using Artificial Neural Network
R.M.S.B. Ratnayake

Abstract: Direct current motors (DC Motors) are widely used in many industrial applications and traction due to its straight forward and comparatively easy speed control ability. The purpose of this paper is to implement a speed control mechanism using artificial neural network (ANN) to achieve accurate control of the speed, especially when the motor and load parameters are unknown.
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