Joan is seated on the settee, half her attention on a holiday brochure. She turns the pages distractedly, anxiously consulting her watch fromtime to time. She repeatedly returns to a particular page, then with a regretful sigh and a shake of the head, puts it aside as an outer door is heard to open and close. After a pause, Eric enters, carrying a briefcase, and lightly pecks her on the cheek.
Karena terdapat beberapa alternatif dalam memproduksi susu sterilisasi Fresh Time maka dibutuhkan suatu analisis kelayakan dari alternatif-alternatif tersebut untuk mengetahui alternatif manakah yang layak untuk direkomendasikan kepada KPSBU Jawa Barat dalam melakukan produksi susu sterilisasi Fresh Time sehingga dapat menghasilkan manfaat terbesar bagi koperasi dan anggotanya. Dalam melakukan analisis kelayakan usaha produksi susu sterilisasi ini, terdapat tiga skenario yang dianalisis yaitu : (1) KPSBU melakukan subkontrak produksi (subcontracting production) dengan PT Industri Susu Alam Murni (PT ISAM) milik GKSI untuk memproduksi susu sterilisasi, dan hanya mengeluarkan biaya sewa produksi, transportasi dan menambah sedikit sumber daya manusia dalam proses transportasi bahan baku susu segar dan bahan baku tambahan lainnya dari KPSBU ke lokasi pabrik PT ISAM; (2) KPSBU memproduksi susu sterilisasi dengan mendirikan pabrik sendiri, melakukan pembelian mesin-mesin dan peralatan, dan menambah jumlah sumber daya manusia yang dibutuhkan dalam produksi susu sterilisasi, namun masih berproduksi dengan volume produksi yang sama dengan skenario pertama; dan (3) KPSBU memproduksi susu sterilisasi dengan mendirikan pabrik sendiri, melakukan pembelian mesin-mesin dan peralatan, dan menambah jumlah sumber daya manusia yang dibutuhkan dalam produksi susu, dan mengolah seluruh susu yang tidak dapat dipasok kepada FFI untuk dijadikan produk-produk olahan susu.
c. Insufficient growth of road infrastructure Data from the local transportation agencies in Jakarta state that there was an expansion of the road system in Jakarta by 159,293.99 meters (equivalent to an increase of 2.09 percent) dur- ing the period from 2000-2003. This suggests that the expansion was less than 1percent per year (Jakarta Macro Transportation Pattern, 2007). The slow road construction, relative to the rapid increase in the demand for travel, is perhaps one answer why traffic congestion has become a daily problem in Jakarta. Road con- struction requires large amounts of land, which for cities such as Jakarta, is very difficult to get as the price of land is expensive and also there is resistance from the affected communities who have to be moved away. The availability of sub- stantial funds and the persuasive ability of the local government become very important. There- fore, it can be expected that the construction of new roads in urban areas such as Jakarta will require long periods of time for the process of the socialization, planning, and implementation phases.
Indonesia is often described as an East Asian success story—a story of trans- formation from a stagnant economy dominated by the primary sector to one where manufacturing plays a leading role, both domestically and in export mar- kets. Real per capita income in 1985 dollars adjusted to purchasing power parity increased more than fourfold between 1960 and 1996, to reach $2,765 (Fane 1999). However, this rapid economic growth came about under policy regimes fluctuat- ing between protection and openness. There is a consensus among Indonesia scholars that the country’s economic policies from the late sixties under the New Order regime of former President Soeharto were dictated mainly by movements in oil prices and the resulting booms and busts in oil revenues. 1 Beginning in
Bilimbi is one of the plants that contains flavonoids and it can be found in Indonesia, however its utilization is not optimal yet. Flavanoids are known as one of the largest natural phenols which has functions not only as an antioxidant but also can protect the cell structure, improve the effectiveness of vitamin C, anti- inflammatory, preventing bone loss, antidiarrheal, antidiabetic and antibiotics. Some previous research is focused on testing the effectiveness of flavonoids as traditional medicine, but there is no research evaluating the optimal conditions of flavonoids extraction from bilimbi’s leaves. This research aims to determine the optimal conditions which include the volume of solvent and maceration time, in order to obtain the most optimal of flavonoids extracted and are expected can improve its effectiveness as materials for traditional medicine in the future. The research begin with the preparation of materials. Then, 10 grams of bilimbi’s leaves were macerated using ethanol 96% by volume solvent and maceration time varied. Before the maceration time is calculated, stirring with a mercury stirrer speed of 200 rpm for 1 hour. Liquid extract of maceration is filtered by using a buchner funnel, then concentrated by using rotary evaporator. Condensed extract was analyzed quantitatively by using UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Optimal conditions of this research was obtained when using volume of solvent 250 mL and macerated for 48 hours which 72.31 mg of flavonoids extracted as its result.
So far, only limited utilization of jackfruit on fruit flesh, perigones and seed only, whereas rind which is quite large often dumped without being used first when there is a jackfruit rind in pectin content that has a high economic value. Pectin is a polysaccharide compound that is soluble in water containing methoxyl groups. Its most common use is as an adhesive / thickener (gelling agent) in jam and jelly. The purpose of this study was to determine the potential of pectin content in jackfruit rind, comparison of temperature and extraction time on the extraction process as well as the best characterization of pectin extraction results against commercial pectin. In this study, the extraction process carried out at pH 1.5 using acidified aqueous solvent with the addition of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide. The experimental design used was a randomized complete block design with two factors. The first factor is the temperature (T) where: T1 = 80 ° C, T2 = 85 ° C, T3 = 90 ° C, T4 = 95 ° C. While the second factor was time (W) where: W1 = 80 minutes and, W2 = 90 minutes. Some analysis was conducted on the yield, moisture content, ash content, equivalent weight, methoxyl content, and anhidro galacturonid acid levels. The results showed the highest yield obtained in the extraction temperature 85° C with longer extraction time of 90 minutes is equal to 4.68%, water content 9.82%, ash content of 2.7%, methoxyl content 8.47% and acid levels galakturonat for 88.88%.
Liquid waste from Tofu Industri known of the largest and potentially pollute the environment. Tofu liquid waste containing proteins and amino acids that can be used for basic material making nata with the Acetobacter xylinum assisted. The properties of nata that have cellulose like fibers in all woody plants, allowing it to be used as a dry sheet or paper from nata. The purpose of this study is to determine the physical properties of paper from raw materials nata de soya, effective long drying time and the interaction between the long drying temperature drying. Nata de Soya basic ingredients in this study were dried with combination treatment temperature (50ºC, 70ºC and 90ºC) and drying time (4,6,8,10 and 12 hours) using a Randomized Block Design (RBD). Analysis conducted by the paper include tensile strength properties of paper, elongansi (presentation elongation), thickness swelling (water resistance), color and smoothness. The results show the nature of the paper include the value elongansi 1-3.6%, 0.0106- 0.0266cm thickness, water absorption 0.028-0.012g/cm²day, density 0.0233-0.0343g/cm 3 , power stabbing 1.16-15.03kg/cm 2 , the water vapor permeability 0.0116-0.0643g/cm 2 day, shrinkage 0.7589-6.8771%, power and fuel 0.5633-1.0033 seconds and moisture content of 5:12 to 9:33%. To obtain optimal values of these parameters it takes 6 hours for the long drying process in order to dry sheets nata de soya formed.
3. Application-appropriate data reduction at the ingest point eliminates operational expense downstream — less hardware is necessary. The input data feed in fast data applications is a stream of information. Maintaining stream semantics while processing the events in the stream discretely creates a clean, composable processing model. Accomplishing this requires the ability to act on each input event — a capability distinct from building and processing windows, as is done in traditional CEP systems. These per-event actions need three capabilities: fast look-ups to enrich each event with metadata; contextual filtering and sessionizing (re-assembly of discrete events into meaningful logical events is very common); and a
levels of aggregation, aggregations that span multiple records. Producing a correct result therefore requires that the full data set be consistent. A reasonable approach to transferring these report data from the batch analytics system to the real-time system is to write the data to a shadow table. Once the shadow table is completely written, it can be atomically renamed, or swapped, with the main table that is addressed by the application. The application will either see only data from the previous version of the report or only data from the new version of the report, but will never see a mix of data from both reports in a single query.
In this study, we implemented the IBFS system for ﬁre moni- toring services. The primary contribution of the IBFS system was to help security ﬁrm operators focus on their work by eliminating the need for monitoring and intercom use. This improvement was possible because the proposed IBFS system provided a simple scheme for reducing the rates of false alarms by using a ﬁltering service. Additionally, the system provided a VPN and BACnet for structural consistency and cost reduction; the IBFS server was able to receive ﬁre messages from existing BADs and to expedite the processing of ﬁre messages via a scheduling service. The IBFS management software provided the IBFS messenger for simple inter-departmental conversations, easy access to vital data and efﬁcient LCD screen layout management. In addition, the pro- posed IBFS system was easily enhanced and extended to addi- tional service providers, such as home insurance, health-care and other service systems by changing the rules in the ﬁlter service. The system was, however, incapable of completely replacing the intercom. Operators still required the ability to speak to one another, even though the system automatically provided ﬁre alarm alerts and provided messengers for simple conversations between departments. In further research efforts, it would be desirable to apply a voice over internet protocol function to the IBFS system.
The positive relationship between corporate governance and operating performance is based on the argument that firms with stronger governance system operate more efficiently and therefore increase their operating performance. A more effective governance system leads to better business results because it reduces conflicts of interests among the firm’s key players, protects all rights of stakeholders and structures all governing bodies to act independently from management (Jensen, 1993). A strong corporate governance system prevents managers from expropriating a firm’s financial and physical assets (Johnson, et. al., 2000). Abdullah, Shah, and Hassan (2008) and Goergen, Manjon, and Renneboog (2008) argue that strong governance increases firm’s operating efficiency because it ensures that commissioners and management act in the best interest of shareholders and the company has better reputation because it acts appropriately in terms of legal and ethics when dealing with all stakeholders. In addition, strong governance ensures that all shareholders participate in governing the company and place appropriate controls and procedures to guide management’s activities in running the company. Finally, strong governance provides an early warning system before difficulties reach a disastrous phase (Jensen, 1993).
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87. If a person tries to bring permissible quantity of tobacco and tobacco product without declaring at the authorized port of entry for the second time and thereafter, the tobacco or tobacco product shall be confiscated and the person shall be imposed a fine of minimum daily wage rate of one year .
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