In this paper, I studied about the reflection phenomena in elastic wave which considering interference from thin layer reservoir and transmission wave. A questionnaire was used for data collection, which included personal and career attributes, and level of job satisfaction as inputs. The results show that
Water can change in form, and flows in various places before finally it gets back to the biggest source, that is, the ocean.
After the s, a liberalized economy and changing global factors made shopping malls important components of Turkish urban identity. In this context, this study aims to analyze the leisure time activities and preferred leisure spaces of teenagers in Turkey as well as where shopping malls fit in among other leisure spaces. In addition to this, the study will focus on the question of how youth perceive and experience the social and physical environment of shopping malls and their relationship with the concept of design. To this end, a field survey was conducted in the Ankara Migros Shopping Mall. The research was carried out through observations and in-depth interviews with teenagers ranged in age from 13 to
Talking about the hydrologic cycle cannot be separated from talking about the sun and the ocean, that is, the impact of the rise and fall of the tides. In Veda, the traditional geography, in general, and in Tatwa and Purana, in particular, it is stated that the earth is divided into two parts; they are the main land and the ocean.
The question is how deep the Hindu theology and philosophy about the hydrologic cycle is. In Reg. Veda Samhita.
After evaporation, water changes into water drops or fine dews referred to as clouds. There are many types and forms of clouds which may lead to storms; however, some have no impact. When they reach the saturation point, a natural phenomenon appears which is referred to as rain.
The falling water makes the earth wet, fills up dams, flows along rivers, and fertilize every type of life on earth. Rain measures how the hydrologic cycle takes place. The Hindu teaching is rich in such a philosophy referred to as Tri Hita Karana.
Even in very religious ritual water is always mainly used for body slim bandung. The sources of water such as wells, rivers, lakes, showers, and oceans are made to be physically and spiritually sacred.
The concepts of balance and harmony are easily found.