Method case study

The process of peer review involves evaluation of the experiment by experts, who typically give their opinions anonymously. Some journals request that the experimenter provide lists of possible peer reviewers, especially if the field is highly specialized. Peer review does not certify correctness of the results, only that, in the opinion of the reviewer, the experiments themselves were sound (based on the description supplied by the experimenter). If the work passes peer review, which occasionally may require new experiments requested by the reviewers, it will be published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal . The specific journal that publishes the results indicates the perceived quality of the work. [43]

Cardox
How Cardox System works
Silo Cleaning & Silo Blockage Clearing
Introduction
Cardox against other methods
Case Study : Lafarge Malaysia I
Case Study : Lafarge Malaysia II
Case Study : Argos Colombia
Build-up & Blockage Clearing
Introduction
Cardox against other methods
Where is Cardox used?
Case Study : Cemex Philippines
Case Study : Cima Malaysia
Case Study : Holcim Vietnam
Case Study : Holcim Russia
Case Study : Heidelberg Indonesia
Case Study : QNI Australia
Case Study : FMI Peru
Case Study : ExxonMobil Nigeria
Case Study : Argos Colombia
Rock Excavation
Introduction
The alternative to explosives
Rock breaking methods
Case Study : Tunnel Excavation I
Case Study : Tunnel Excavation II
Case Study : Tunnel Excavation III
Case Study : Rock Excavation I
Case Study : Rock Excavation II
Case Study : Rock Excavation III
Case Study : Rock Excavation IV
Case Study : Rock Excavation V
Case Study : Underwater Excavation I

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is part of the . Department of Health and Human Services and is responsible for , the portal where consumers can find information and sign up for insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act. CMS turned to Amazon Web Services to launch three new features for the website, including an identity management system, a feature for comparing insurance plans, and a tool to determine eligibility for specific plans based on a consumer’s income and other variables. By using AWS, CMS has been able to deliver a stable and highly scalable set of features capable of handling hundreds of thousands of simultaneous users during peak insurance signup periods.

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