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R Maheswaran and V Srinivasan

Manufacturing, Wood head publishing (Cambridge),191. [9] Ishtiaque, S. M., Rengasamy, R. S., Ghosh, A. (2004). Optimization Of Ring Frame Process Parameters For Better Yam Quality And Production, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 29(2), 190-195. [10] Ghane, M., Semnani, D., Saghafi, R. and Beigzadeh, H. (2008). Optimization of Top Roller Diameter of Ring Machine to Enhance Yarn Evenness by using Artificial Intelligence, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 33(1), 365-370. [11] Khalilur Rahman Khan, Md., Ronobir Chandra Sarker, Mohammad

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Abdelmadjid Abdi, Khelifa Abbeche, Djamel Athmania and Mounir Bouassida

1 Introduction Many types of shallow foundations can be designed when subjected to eccentric loading which depends on their geometrical shape or other influencing factors, as for footings located on slope ground. In this context, many researchers found that the ultimate bearing capacity of footings subjected to eccentric load on slope ground significantly decreases compared to those built on horizontal ground surface. This significant reduction is more likely attributed to load eccentricity and location of the footing with respect to the slope crest [ 1 , 2

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Chen Long, Xia Xintao, Zheng Haotian and Qiu Ming

The friction in a rolling bearing determines the amount of heat generated by the bearing. The amount of friction depends on the loads and several other factors, including bearing type and size, operating speed, properties and quantity of the lubricant, etc. The friction is a key factor of rolling bearing performance, especially for those precision transmission fields. Snare [ 1 ] and [ 2 ] presented theoretical investigations of rolling resistance in loaded/unloaded roller/ball bearings, respectively. Top rolling bearing manufactures all provide their calculating

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Johannes Frauenlob, Marta Nava, Stefano D’Amico, Heinrich Grausgruber, Mara Lucisano and Regine Schoenlechner

been used in this study: bread making cv. Midas (A), waxy cvs. Waxydie (B) and Waximum (C). The seed samples were provided by Saatzucht Donau (Probstdorf, Austria), Dieckmann Seeds (Rinteln, Germany) and BOKU Plant Breeding Division (Tulln, Austria), respectively. Samples were milled on a laboratory roller mill (E8, Haubelt Laborgeräte GmbH, Berlin, Germany) and flour was sieved with 180 µm sieves. Flours were stored for two weeks at 4°C in paper bags, before baking experiments were carried out. Salt (iodized) and dry yeast (saf-instant, Lesaffre Group, France) were