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There is a solar power technology that does not involve solar panels. Known as concentrating solar-thermal power, this system employs mirrors that reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers for collecting solar energy, which is then converted to heat. The heat is used to produce electricity or stored for later use.
Imoge credit: Amblerwikimedia There is a solar power technology that does not involve solar panels. Known as concentrating solar-thermal power, this system employs mirrors that reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers for collecting solar energy, which is then converted to heat. The heat is used to produce electricity or stored for later use.
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There is a solar power technology that does not involve solar panels. Known as concentrating solar-thermal power, this system employs mirrors that reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers for collecting solar energy, which is then converted to heat. The heat is used to produce
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Imoge credit: There is a solar power technology that does not involve solar panels. Known as concentrating solar-thermal power, this system employs mirrors that reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers for collecting solar energy, which is then converted to heat. The heat is used to produce elactrircity ar etarad for latar
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Alzheimer Patients and
CAREGIVER Tips & Tools
alzheimer's association
Lips
To prevent or reduce agitation:
Create acaim environment.
Remove stressors.
This may involve mov- ing the person toa safer or quieter place, or offering a security object, rest or privacy.
Try soothing rituals and limiting caffeine use.
Avoid environmental triggers.
Noise, glare and back- ground distraction
(such as having the television on) can act as triggers.
Monitor personal comfort.
Check for pain, hun- ger, thirst, constipa- tion, full bladder, fa~ tigue, infections and skin irritation. Make sure the room is ala comfortable tempera- ture. Be sensitive to fears, misperceived threats and frustration with expressing what is wanted.
Simplify tasks and routines.
Provide an oppor- tunity for exercise.
Go for a walk. Garden together. Put on music and dance.
Ice cream
Joe
In moments like this, it is good to remain calm
and follow some basie steps
First, try to identify and neutralize the possi ble source of stress. Find out what the problem is and take control. Make the environment feel like a safe place. Turn off the TV, send the kid: to the other room, adjust the lighting and room temperature, stop asking the person with de- mentia to do something they do not want to do.
Sometimes a simple adjustment can generate great relief for those with dementia, They, themselves, cannot make those adjustments even though they may yearn for them.
Don't be surprised if there is nothing occurring that could possibly be causing the frustration.
Dementia itself can be the cause. The frustra- tion may also be caused by a delusional scenario created by the afflicted person's mind, far from reality, Do not try to bring your loved one to your reality. Act as if their delusions or one to your reality hallucinations were true, and react accordingly
If they see bugs in the room, you kill the bugs
And don't expect them to always tell you what
Act as if their delusions or
the problem is: many times they don't realize what itis. It is up to
pu to figure it out
xt, you must provide reassurance; let them know it is ok. Sincerely say soothing words such as everything is all right, I'm here with you, will help you, love you. Smile and touch them warmly. Reassurance from a loved one is a very powerful balm for dementia patients. They need it as a respite from the
dementia world, where loneliness, uncertainty and confusion rule, Your love and reassurance will make everything better. Even though the person with dementia may not be able to pro- cess logically what is going on, they are able to appreciate soothing words, behaviors and feel-
ings.
ice cream!
Yes, ice cream. It takes all of your worries away. It is soothing and delicious, and personable: everyone has a favorite flavor! Ice cream brings people with dementia to happier, warmer times when the treat was shared with
friends and loved ones at special, joyous ocea- sions. Ice cream has the power to immediately elicit soothing feelings at the very first taste of a single spoon-full. It erases all the negative feel- ings related to the frustration and continues to stimulate pleasure receptors in the brain with every new scoop. And dementia (here is the best part!) allows one to fully enjoy the treat with no concerns for calories, weight gain or dietary needs, completely guilt free! For people with dementia, ice cream is far more effective and safe than Prozac, or any other "happy" drug on the market!
find out what flavor is their absolute favorite and NEVER RUN OUT OF ICE CREAM! If you have dietary concerns, use brands that observe your dietary needs. There are plenty of diabetic friendly brands available. Ice cream can also be found in low fat, low cal, sug free and lactose
found in low fat, low cal, sug free varieties, Whatever kind or flavor you use
always have plenty of it handy always. Ice
cream is an essential part of your dementia care
I-kit, like a Swiss army knife that's invalua-
ble for many occasions.
The holidays are here. With family and friends gathering for the celebrations, there may be an increased risk for dementia patients to become overwhelmed. Remember to stay calm, control the environment, provide reassurance and, don't
forget, plenty of ice cream
Tools:
We Can Help
Do you have questions or concerns about your loved one's changing beha'
The Alzheimer's Association is here to help.
Call our Helpline: 800.272.3900
Locate a support group in your community
Visit our message boards
Alzheimer Patients and CAREGIVER Tips & Tools alzheimer's association Lips To prevent or reduce agitation: Create acaim environment. Remove stressors. This may involve mov- ing the person toa safer or quieter place, or offering a security object, rest or privacy. Try soothing rituals and limiting caffeine use. Avoid environmental triggers. Noise, glare and back- ground distraction (such as having the television on) can act as triggers. Monitor personal comfort. Check for pain, hun- ger, thirst, constipa- tion, full bladder, fa~ tigue, infections and skin irritation. Make sure the room is ala comfortable tempera- ture. Be sensitive to fears, misperceived threats and frustration with expressing what is wanted. Simplify tasks and routines. Provide an oppor- tunity for exercise. Go for a walk. Garden together. Put on music and dance. Ice cream Joe In moments like this, it is good to remain calm and follow some basie steps First, try to identify and neutralize the possi ble source of stress. Find out what the problem is and take control. Make the environment feel like a safe place. Turn off the TV, send the kid: to the other room, adjust the lighting and room temperature, stop asking the person with de- mentia to do something they do not want to do. Sometimes a simple adjustment can generate great relief for those with dementia, They, themselves, cannot make those adjustments even though they may yearn for them. Don't be surprised if there is nothing occurring that could possibly be causing the frustration. Dementia itself can be the cause. The frustra- tion may also be caused by a delusional scenario created by the afflicted person's mind, far from reality, Do not try to bring your loved one to your reality. Act as if their delusions or one to your reality hallucinations were true, and react accordingly If they see bugs in the room, you kill the bugs And don't expect them to always tell you what Act as if their delusions or the problem is: many times they don't realize what itis. It is up to pu to figure it out xt, you must provide reassurance; let them know it is ok. Sincerely say soothing words such as everything is all right, I'm here with you, will help you, love you. Smile and touch them warmly. Reassurance from a loved one is a very powerful balm for dementia patients. They need it as a respite from the dementia world, where loneliness, uncertainty and confusion rule, Your love and reassurance will make everything better. Even though the person with dementia may not be able to pro- cess logically what is going on, they are able to appreciate soothing words, behaviors and feel- ings. ice cream! Yes, ice cream. It takes all of your worries away. It is soothing and delicious, and personable: everyone has a favorite flavor! Ice cream brings people with dementia to happier, warmer times when the treat was shared with friends and loved ones at special, joyous ocea- sions. Ice cream has the power to immediately elicit soothing feelings at the very first taste of a single spoon-full. It erases all the negative feel- ings related to the frustration and continues to stimulate pleasure receptors in the brain with every new scoop. And dementia (here is the best part!) allows one to fully enjoy the treat with no concerns for calories, weight gain or dietary needs, completely guilt free! For people with dementia, ice cream is far more effective and safe than Prozac, or any other "happy" drug on the market! find out what flavor is their absolute favorite and NEVER RUN OUT OF ICE CREAM! If you have dietary concerns, use brands that observe your dietary needs. There are plenty of diabetic friendly brands available. Ice cream can also be found in low fat, low cal, sug free and lactose found in low fat, low cal, sug free varieties, Whatever kind or flavor you use always have plenty of it handy always. Ice cream is an essential part of your dementia care I-kit, like a Swiss army knife that's invalua- ble for many occasions. The holidays are here. With family and friends gathering for the celebrations, there may be an increased risk for dementia patients to become overwhelmed. Remember to stay calm, control the environment, provide reassurance and, don't forget, plenty of ice cream Tools: We Can Help Do you have questions or concerns about your loved one's changing beha' The Alzheimer's Association is here to help. Call our Helpline: 800.272.3900 Locate a support group in your community Visit our message boards
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2.2.5 Explosion of Hydrogen
Hydrogen explosion represents a considerable hazard. Hydrogen gas forms combustible or explosive mixtures with the atmospheric oxygen over a wide range of concentrations in the range and respectively. Vapor cloud explosions involve a large release of hydrogen outdoors that mixes with air to form a large flammable cloud before ignition occurs (Pasman and Rogers, 2010).
The strength of the explosion depends on the magnitude of confinement which in turn depends on the degree of confinement and could generate blast wave that can produce damages to the surrounding buildings and people (Baraldi et al., 2009).
Many of the studies on hydrogen stations have dealt with explosion, deflagration, or detonation of hydrogen (Yamanaka et al.,
2004; Fukuda et al., 2004; Xu et al., 2008).
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2.2.5 Explosion of Hydrogen Hydrogen explosion represents a considerable hazard. Hydrogen gas forms combustible or explosive mixtures with the atmospheric oxygen over a wide range of concentrations in the range and respectively. Vapor cloud explosions involve a large release of hydrogen outdoors that mixes with air to form a large flammable cloud before ignition occurs (Pasman and Rogers, 2010). The strength of the explosion depends on the magnitude of confinement which in turn depends on the degree of confinement and could generate blast wave that can produce damages to the surrounding buildings and people (Baraldi et al., 2009). Many of the studies on hydrogen stations have dealt with explosion, deflagration, or detonation of hydrogen (Yamanaka et al., 2004; Fukuda et al., 2004; Xu et al., 2008). FEEDBACK
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