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Victor Tarasenko, Dmitry Beloplotov, Alexander Burachenko, Evgenii Baksht

Article ID: 1858
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Abstract: The conditions for the formation of spark channels with a bead structure in an inhomogeneous electric field at different polarities of voltage pulses are studied. Voltage pulses with an amplitude of up to 150 kV and a rise time of ≈ 1.5  µs ...
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Kuldeep Srivastava, Ashish Nigam

Article ID: 1859
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Abstract: Observed rainfall is a very essential parameter for the analysis of rainfall, day to day weather forecast and its validation. The observed rainfall data is only available from five observatories of IMD; while no rainfall data is available at various important locations in and around Delhi-NCR. However, the 24-hour rainfall data observed by Doppler Weather...
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Sofia Flavia Borrego Alonso, Alian Molina

Article ID: 1910
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Abstract: High concentrations of environmental fungi in the archives repositories are dangerous for the documents preserved in those places and for the workers' health. The aims of this work were to evaluate the behavior of the fungal concentration and diversity in the indoor air of repositories of 3 archives located in Havana, Cuba, and to demonstrate the potentia...
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Kuldeep Srivastava

Article ID: 1926
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Abstract: Squally winds are the natural hazards and are often associated with the severe thunderstorms (TS), which mostly affects plains of North West India during pre monsoon season (March to May). Squally winds of the order more than 60 kmph are very devastating. Under influence of these strong squally winds trees, electricity poles, advertisement sign boards fal...
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