Technology Reports of Kansai University (ISSN: 04532198) is a monthly peer-reviewed and open-access international Journal. It was first built in 1959 and officially in 1975 till now by kansai university, japan. The journal covers all sort of engineering topic, mathematics and physics. Technology Reports of Kansai University (TRKU) was closed access journal until 2017. After that TRKU became open access journal. TRKU is a scopus indexed journal and directly run by faculty of engineering, kansai university.
Technology Reports of Kansai University (ISSN: 04532198) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal covers all sort of engineering topic as well as mathematics and physics. the journal's scopes are
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The architecture of the contemporary Islamic mosque has witnessed a clear impact on technological revolutions in general and the nano revolution in particular. Technology in the twenty-first century dominated various areas of life, especially architecture. The use of nanotechnology allowed the production of new materials and improved properties of other materials. Which opened up the architects a prospects for the formation of an architectural product characterized by free formation and interacting with the natural environment and less energy consumption through the employment and use of improved building materials and supported by nanotechnology such as glass, concrete and other materials, From here emerged the problem of research represented by (the existence of cognitive ambiguity about the impact of nanomaterials in Arab Islamic architecture in general and the architecture of the Islamic Mosque in particular), As for the aim of the research, it crystallized in exploring and learning about the impact of nanomaterials in the architecture of the contemporary Islamic mosque. For the purpose of achieving its goal, the research followed an approach based on analysis, synthesis, and description for a set of previous studies. In order to build a comprehensive theoretical framework for the impact of nanomaterials in the architecture of the contemporary Islamic mosque, the research assumes that (the impact of nanomaterial technology on the functional performance of buildings is greater than their effect on building formation and environmental performance.). The research found that the impact of nanomaterial technology on the architecture of the contemporary Islamic mosque is crystallized by achieving the imagination of the designer in finding and creating complex and non-standard forms based on simple forms related to the identity of Arab Islamic architecture through its contribution to developing computers and increasing their speed and efficiency, which opened up to Designers create new horizons and enable them to find new and strange shapes characterized by complexity, flexibility, streamline and immateriality. Nanomaterials influence the architectural function in the contemporary Islamic mosque by fulfilling human values and the ethical dimensions of architecture (identity, privacy, independence, communication, etc.), And fulfill the functional requirements of the mosque, such as increasing the capacity of spaces in order to accommodate the largest number of worshipers and reduce the number of columns and physical and visual obstacles that impede the principle of contacting the rows of worshipers and not cutting them, as well as the desirability of the worshipers ’vision of the sermon, As well as providing an internal environment suitable for worshipers such as providing adequate lighting, natural ventilation and appropriate temperature, Nanomaterials affect the properties of the shape in the contemporary Islamic mosque by achieving the characteristics of lightness, flowery, immaterial, continuous change, brightness, flexibility, showing the interior, the transmission of visual effects between the interior and exterior, the use of three- dimensional decorative configurations, employing shadow, light, and harmony in building materials and cladding
The paper presents experimental results concerning cultivation of different mustard types under conditions of the Southern Steppe of Ukraine and the effect of growing techniques on the indexes of seed quality. The research made it possible to establish that using the seeds of the 4th generation for sowing, in comparison to the elite seeds, causes a decrease in the level of the seed productivity by 50.5% and that of oil content – by 12.5%, winter-hardiness of winter Sarepta mustard falls by 59.5%. In order to obtain filled seeds it is necessary to sow mustard seeds with a traditional row method with the row spacing of 15 cm. To obtain high-quality seeds it is necessary to apply one-stage combine harvesting with further obligatory primary seed cleaning to remove impurities, not later than 4 hours after harvesting. Optimum basis moisture of mustard seeds is 8%. Basis moisture can be raised to 12% for the seeds of winter Sarepta mustard, whose shelf life does not exceed 60 days, moisture should be decreased to 8%, in case of creating backup funds of the crop. The shelf life that allows the seeds of white and black Sarepta mustard to retain their seeding standards is three years provided that they are stored in stacks of not more than five sacks