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Scirj Volume IX, Issue V, May 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th May 2021
Full Paper available from: 25th May 2021


MEANING OF PERMANENT LEGAL FORCE ON THE DECISION OF BUSINESS COMPETITION SUPERVISION COMMISSION (KPPU)
Galuh Puspaningrum, Herowati Poesoko, L. Budi Kagramanto

Abstract: The decision of the Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) is the result of the assessment of the Commission Council read out in an open session to the public regarding whether a violation has occurred and the imposition of sanctions or the absence of a violation. The formulation of the KPPU's decision consists of the alleged violation, consideration and assessment of evidence submitted and/or obtained during the trial as well as an analysis of the application of the articles in the Antimonopoly Law which the Reported Party allegedly violated. The KPPU decision is declared to have permanent legal force, if there is no objection from the business actor, and then the KPPU decision must be implemented by the business actor and may be requested for execution at the District Court. Considering the nature and type of KPPU's decisions, when viewed from the types of decisions in civil procedural law, the KPPU's decisions are Condemnatoir decisions, namely decisions that contain punishments and can be implemented. However, the regulations regarding KPPU Decisions that have permanent legal force still do not fulfill the requirements as condemnatoir decisions because KPPU is not a judicial institution and these regulations are still multi-interpretative in nature, namely that legislators do not provide a clear interpretation of the meaning of permanent legal force in KPPU's decisions.
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Studying the factors that affects the efficiency of water turbines
Ahmed Reda Abdelfatah Abdelrahman , Hossam Mohamed Abdelfattah Saber

Abstract: Our beloved country, Egypt, is drowning in the swamps of problems which are called Egyptian grand challenges that prevent it from entering the race among the developed countries. These grand challenges range from improving uses of alternative energy, arid areas, over population, etc. improving uses of alternative energy is the scoop of this research. There are many types of alternative energy but, this research focus on hydroelectricity especially, water turbines. Water turbines are generating electricity by converting mechanical energy into electricity. In this research, the purpose is studying the factors that effect on the efficiency of water turbines by using the relation between cross-section area and velocity. And also, by using the relation between velocity and power which is cubic relationship and surely the relation between pressure and height. By looking on prior researches trying to know more about hydroelectricity and solving many problems such as water demand and low dissolved oxygen levels in the water. These problems can be solved by using the same idea of the dams but, use sea water which storage in a big tank. And knew about V-shape of the dams or water turbines. Scientific laws and methods have been used trying to increase the efficiency of water turbines. Concluding that increasing the cross-section area in front of blades to increase the pressure on them. And decreasing the cross-section area that distal to the area that in front of the turbine to increase the velocity and increasing electricity power output. The purpose of this research has been achieved and many problems have been solved from prior researches.
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Analysis of Climate Migration in Niger: An Adaptation Strategy in Facing the Realities of the Context
Elhadji Idi ISSOUFOU ADAMOU, Emrah AKBAŞ

Abstract: This research aims to analyze climate migration as an adaptation strategy to the effects of climate change in the face of the realities of the context in Niger. Recurring climatic hazards degrade the natural resources (a strong link in the economy) necessary for the survival of the population. These climatic events amplify the socio-economic vulnerabilities of populations. This is why the development of adoption strategies at the national and local level are very necessary in order to make its impacts. This is why the development of adoption strategies at the national and local levels are very necessary in order to cope with climate change impacts. Indeed, in a context of rainfall deficit, degradation of agricultural and pastoral lands as well as other climatic manifestations, an agro-pastoral population 85% is forced to migrate in order to ensure its survival. This climate migration made in order to mobilize additional resources reduces the vulnerability of the population to the effects of climate change. The financial resources and social capital capitalized during this migratory experience allow the affected populations to emancipate themselves on a socio-economic level. Therefore, according to the results of this study, it was concluded that migration as the main strategy for adapting to the effects of climate change is a response and a very widespread practice in Niger.
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REVIEW OF RISK ASSESSMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES AMID COVID -19 PANDEMIC
EDE CHRISTOPHER OKWUCHUKWU

Abstract: Corona virus infection and transmission has been a global challenge more specific to construction industries with workers daily toll to the virus infection rising. This concern made many researchers proposed range of ways to re-improved risk assessment strategy in other to identify, manage, and eliminate the virus at the workplaces without job satisfaction, security, and health of the worker being compromised, however , on the contrary these objectives of the researchers have not been addressed completely as allowing workers to undertake task together at the site would raise risk factor to the virus infection and substituting specific roles performed by human labour with artificial intelligence may proportionally lead to job losses, poverty and loss of dignity of human labour .In response to the above gap, this study investigates the review of industrial risk assessment and occupational hazards for safe return of workers to the site in response to corona virus infection across construction industries. The investigation uses industrial health hazard reports and statistics of two major countries with high risk of the virus transmission to compare the occupational fatalities during the pandemic and non-pandemic periods. The findings of this work showed that the number of industrial hazards proportional to low risk assessment factor were visibly high in construction industries than other occupations.
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EFFECT OF PROGRESSIVE RESISTIVE TRAINING ON THE MOVEMENT AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS: A QUASI STUDY
Hafiz Muhammad Uzair Asghar, Dr. Junaid Ijaz Gondal

Abstract: Breast cancer relates to the rampant growth of the cells in the breast and it entails strong and length treatment. The prominent features of breast carcinoma includes bump in the breast region, dimpling on the skin, alternation in the appearance of the breast, oozing fluid out of the nipple. A recently modified areola. red textured way of the skin. BC is among the second leading reason of deaths due to cancer in women and the treatment worth millions. Different studies work on the function and functional capacities in breast cancer patients. There is absence of proof to draw conclusions about the usefulness of progressive resistive training when compared with conventional therapy on movement and functional capacity. The purpose is to find out whether these two techniques yield comparable outcomes and if technique is superior which should be alternative of therapy.
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RELIABILITY OF A SYSTEM OF THREE, FIRST ORDER ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION USING A SPARRE ANDERSEN PROCESS
USENI PAUL FATIYE, SUNDAY SHAMMAH KPANJA AND PATRICIA NOKDET PAUL

Abstract: In this paper, we discussed the existence of one explicit solution and apply a numerical method to test the reliability of a system of three, first order ordinary differential equations dependent on the choice of distribution function p(x) The paper further shows how to determine the moments of the time to ruin in the Sparre Andersen risk model by evaluating and employing a function form for ϕ. The work also discovered that the second order integro-differential equation might not have an explicit solution for a given probability function p(x).
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FORMULATION OF FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH INITIAL CONDITIONS
Useni Paul Fatiye; Abegye S. Yakubu and Sunday Shammah Kpanja

Abstract: In this paper, we consider the Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative and the Caputo fractional derivative with particular reference to the initial conditions necessary for the formulation of fractional differential equations. We further determine the Riemann-Liouville and the Caputo fractional derivative of the function stating their relationship. In conclusion, we use Laplace transform to establish a relationship between the Beta and the gamma functions.
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