Tag Archives: Relaxation.

The Effectiveness of Training on Time Management Skill Due To Relaxation Techniques upon Stress and Achievement among Mutah University Students (Published)

The study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of a training program on time management skills due to relaxation techniques upon stress and achievement among a sample of students in Mutah University. The subjects of this study were assigned randomly into two groups: an experimental group which consisted of (38) students who received the training program and a control group which consisted of (37) students who did not receive any kind of training. The stress scale and achievement scores were kept for both groups; before and after exposing to the program. To test the hypotheses of the study; means, standard deviations and Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA) were computed. The results revealed significant differences between the means of the two groups on the total scores of stress in favor of experimental group, which indicated the effectiveness of the training program in reducing the level of stress, while there is no effect for the groups upon achievement. Furthermore, the results show no significant differences in the effect of gender or the interaction between gender and treatment.

Keywords: Achievement, College students, Relaxation., Stress, Time Management

The Impact of Yoga on the Relaxation Process as an Effort to Minimize the Anxiety Level of Pregnant Women in Bidan Mandiri Clinic, Medan, Indonesia (Published)

Anxiety in pregnant women is not addressed, so much research done to find a safe way to reduce anxiety include exercise during pregnancy, social support, and yoga. This study aims to analyze the impact of yoga on relaxation process as an effort to minimize the anxiety level of Pregnant Women Bidan Mandiri Clinic, Medan. This research is quantitative using quasi experimental method without control group with One Group Pre Test-Post Test Design approach. The design uses only one sample group that is observed twice, answering the questionnaire before the experiment is called pre test and answering the questionnaire after the experiment is called the post test with a total sample of 30 people. The results of the study is the implementation of pregnant women’s yoga with the highest percentage, as many as 17 people (56.67%) regular category. Implementation of yoga with the category often, as many as 10 people (33.33%) and the implementation of yoga with irregular categories as much as 3 people (10.00%). Furthermore, the distribution of pregnant woman’s anxiety level with low category were 21 people (70,00%), pregnant mother’s level of moderate category was 6 people (20%) and high maternal anxiety level of 3 people (10.00%) . Distribution of the Impact of Yoga on Relaxation Process with low level of pregnant women, 21 people (100,00%) are known pregnant women with Regular Yoga Implementation, 13 people (61,90%), pregnant mother with Frequent Yoga Activity 6 people (28.57%), and pregnant women with Implementation of Irregular Yoga, as many as 2 people (9.52%). Distribution of Impact of Yoga on Relaxation Process with Anxiety Level of Pregnant Women in moderate category, as many as 6 people (100,00%) are known pregnant women with Regular Yoga Implementation, as many as 2 people (33,33%), pregnant mother with Implementation of Yoga Often, 3 people (50.00%), and pregnant women with Implementation of Irregular Yoga, as many as 1 person (16.67%). While the distribution of Yoga Impact on Relief Procedure with High Level of Anxiety pregnant women as much as 3 people (100,00%) known pregnant women with Regular Yoga Implementation, as many as 2 people (66,67%), pregnant mother with Implementation Yoga Often, 1 (33.33%), and no pregnant women with irregular Yoga Implementation where statistical test results (chi-square test) obtained p = 0,000 (p> 0,05). The value of coefficients partially is as follows: The value of  t count Yoga Impact variable is 9.339 and t table value of 1.669 then the value of t count> t table (9,339 <1,669) with the provision of sig <0,05 (0,000 <0,05), so it can be concluded that the impact of Yoga partially significant effect on the Relaxation Process as an Effort to Minimize Anxiety Level of pregnant women in midwife field independent clinics that is equal to 9,339

Keywords: Anxiety Level, Pregnant Mom, Relaxation., Yoga

Mitigation Processes in Insulating Foils after Partial Discharge (Published)

The influence of partial discharge exposure time on the thermally estimated depolarization and on the natural relaxation in polymer dielectrics is described. The polypropylene and polyethylene terephtalate foils were the object of investigations. Study of partial discharge plays an important role in the aging and the rupturing process of solid and mixed insulation systems. The PD analysis is a predictive test which indicates insulation degradation in advance, which may lead to the failure of the system, and it is performed under normal operating conditions.

Keywords: Discharge Action, Foils, Influence, Insulation, Partial discharge, Relaxation., Transformer, depolarization, exposure

Tensile Relaxation Behavior for Multi Layers Fiberglass Fabric-Epoxy Composite (Published)

In this paper, a tensile relaxation behavior of fiberglass fabric/epoxy composites were evaluated. The effect of stress relaxation temperature compared with room temperature were investigated. Fiberglass fabric layers at different volume fraction were studied. The Maxwell model was used to predict a material’s response under different loading conditions. Relaxation time constant was determined at different volume fraction and at different relaxation temperature. It was found that, the relaxation time is highly increased with increasing the fiberglass volume fraction. In addition, the number of relaxation cycles (load/reload) is increased with increased the fiberglass volume fraction. The relaxation time decreased dramatically by increasing the relaxation temperature from room temperature to 60 °C. The material relaxation time constant is strongly affected by both the relaxation temperature and the volume fraction of the fiberglass

Keywords: Relaxation modulus, Relaxation., Stress relaxation, Viscoelasticity models

Sedimentary Tunnel-Type Basin Geomodel for the Hydrocarbons of the Volga-Urals Province or the New Strong Solution of Navier-Stokes Equation for Deformed Porous Media (Published)

Subsurface diagenesis is related with the phenomena of high pressure, deformation moments, temperatures and physical/chemical reactions. Geo-dynamical de-compaction of impulse character for the tunneling of the formations in relation with the resonant moments of deformation arranges local and global multi-scale stratified porous fractures lithological traps of diagenesis. Microscopic anisotropy of vertical permeability is related with micro-structure super-conductivity, plastic de-compaction and development of fractures as per Poisson and Young along with the structural phenomenological compaction of viscous-elastic matrix. Here we present the analytic overview and analysis of Navier-Stokes equation solutions for the development of porous media through the geological evolution of permeability and diffusive conductivity of matrix as per new Darcy – Fick’s Law for orbital emission of subduction with Euro-Asian oceans and their triplex form of unloading through the examples of Zhiguli dislocation in Samara trans-Volga region and generalized saturation of middle part of the Urals.

Keywords: Diffusion, Micro-Structure, Relaxation., Reservoir Contacts, Seismic Emission, Zhigulevsk Break