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High Vibration Analysis of Eddy Current Drum Coupled Motor to a Vertical Centrifugal Pump : Solution Based on EMA, ODS and FEA

Juan||Barksdale Gamarra

Centrifugal Compressor Configuration, Selection and Arrangement: A User’s Perspective

Mark R. Sandberg

Basic Thermodynamics Of Reciprocating Compression

Greg Phillippi

Gas Turbine Packaging Options And Features

Klaus||Thorp Brun

Coupling Guard Temperature And Windage Power Loss: Cfd Analysis And Experiments

Adam||Zhai Thompson

Subsynchronous Vibrations On Turboexpanders Equipped With Magnetic Bearings Assessment, Understanding And Solutions

Houman||Richaume Shokraneh

Application of Dynamic pressure-balanced Seals in a Multi-stage Centrifugal Compressor

David T.||Sandberg Stiles

Development Of Fuel-Flexible Gas Turbine Combustor

Tomohiro||Miura Asai

New Control Method For Fixed Speed Compressors With Side Stream

David||Casali Rossi

Torsional Instability Of Cooling Tower Fan During Induction Motor Startup

Akira||Murphy Adachi

An End-User’s Guide To Centrifugal Pump Rotordynamics||End-User’s Guide To Centrifugal Pump Rotordynamics

William D. Marscher

Navigating The Department Of Energy (Doe) Energy Conservation Standard And Test Procedure For Pumps

Peter Gaydon

Pulsation Analysis In Positive Displacement Pump Systems Using Waterhammer, Modal And Animation Software

James M.||Walters Blanding

Solving an Acoustic Resonance in Crude Oil Pump Internals

Francisco||Simons Fierro

Clinical effectiveness of enrofloxacin 100 mg/mL injectable solution for the treatment of acute anaplasmosis in cattle caused by Anaplasma marginale

Douglas D. Shane, Kelly F. Lechtenberg, Jon Seagren, Ronald K. Tessman, Vijaya Krishna Singu, Yingying Wang, Johann Coetzee & Kathryn E. Reif
Anaplasma marginale is a gram-negative rickettsial pathogen that can cause clinical anemia and death in cattle. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of enrofloxacin (ENR) 100 mg/mL at a single subcutaneous dose of 5.7 mg/lb (12.5 mg/kg) for treatment of acute anaplasmosis (ANA) in mature beef cows (n=67). Following intravenous inoculation with A. marginale-infected blood, cattle were monitored for clinical signs of ANA. Upon meeting case criteria, cattle were randomly assigned...

Review of digital anatomy, infectious causes of lameness, and regional intravenous perfusion in cattle

Katharine M. Simpson, Robert N. Streeter, Meredyth L. Jones, Jared D. Taylor, Robert J. Callan & Timothy N. Holt
Digital disorders in cattle constitute the majority of lameness issues that bovine practitioners will encounter. Treatment of many digital infections in cattle can be facilitated in part by regional limb perfusions of either local anesthetics, antibiotics, or both. This article reviews infectious causes of digital disease, relevant clinical anatomy, use of various perfusates and tourniquet types in regional intravenous perfusions in cattle, and potential complications associated with the procedure.

Dose response reduction of aflatoxin M1 in milk of Holstein cows administered an aluminosilicate clay adsorbent

S. C. Allen, K. Russo, D. M. Paulus Compart, D. Diaz & Stephanie H. Ward
Thirty-five Holstein cows were utilized in a completely randomized design to evaluate the efficacy of 2 doses of an aluminosilicate clay at reducing aflatoxin M1 (AFM1) transfer into milk. Cows were stratified by parity, stage of lactation, and milk production. Cows were assigned to 1 of 5 dietary treatments for 13 days (n = 7): (1) control (CON), basal diet; (2) clay control (4C), CON plus 4 oz clay; (3) aflatoxin (AF) control (AF-CON), CON...

A Mixed Method Program Evaluation of Annual Inspections Conducted in Childcare Programs in Washington State

Sonya Stevens

Tetania Hipomagnesemica

F. Prieto, J. L. Benedito, L. E. Fidalgo, A. Goicoa, P. G. Partida & I. Díez
We have alleged in this work establishing the probable correlations existing between the different clinical signs presented in females with hypomagnesaemia tetany, and the serological values obtained in laboratory involved in the mineral metabolism. Article in Spanish, English and French summaries on PDF.

Comparative Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations of Danofloxacin and Six Commonly Used Antibacterials Against Pasteurella and Haempophilus From Pneumonic Cattle

Dirk L. Raemdonck, A. C. Tanner, S. T. Tolling & S. L. Michener
Fluoroquinolone antimicrobials exhibit inhibitory and bactericidal activity by blocking DNA gyrase (topoisomerase II), an essential bacterial enzyme.1 These compounds possess excellent antimicrobial activity against bacterial and mycoplasmal pathogens, however few in-vitro studies have been conducted to evaluate the activity of fluoroquinolone antimicrobials against respiratory pathogens of veterinary significance2,3,4 This report summarizes the results of an extensive survey to determine Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations (MIC) of danofloxacin*, a new fluoroquinolone antimicrobial, and six commonly used antibacterials against...

Leukotoxin As a Virulent Factor of Pasteurella Haemolytica

S. K. Maheswaran, L. O. Whiteley, E. L. Townsend, T. R. Ames, D. J. Weiss, H. S. Yoo, C. Gonzalez & M. S. Kannan
Pasteurella haemolytica biotype A, serotype 1 (Al) has been established as the primary agent responsible for the clinical disease and pathophysiologic events leading to acute lobar fibrinonecrotizing pneumonia associated with bovine pneumonic pasteurellosis(1,2,3). The bacteria produces several potential virulent factors, of which the leukotoxin (LKT) has received the most attention(4). The LKT is a heat-labile proteinaceous exotoxin, that is oxygen-stable, non-dialyzable, water soluble, and is produced in high concentrations by P.haemolytica during the logarithmic phase...

Use of Non Medicated Oral Rehydration Therapy to Treat Diarrhea and Scouring in The Young Calf

Trevor Tomkins & Janusz Sowinski
Diarrhea and scouring are still major problems associated with rearing of calves. Calf mortality in the dairy herd may be as high as 15% and much of this is attributable to deaths as a result of dehydration, electrolyte imbalances and physiological starvation, associated with digestive disturbances (diarrhea & scours). Although the use of oral rehydration therapy has been advocated for a long time producers have been slow to move away from reliance on antibiotics to...

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