ISSN: 1813-0410

Keywords : IR transmissions



journal of kerbala university, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 184-191

This paper analyzes the effect of water vapor on the accuracy of thermal images in blessed Karbala city. The distribution of water in the atmosphere varies strongly with time, location and height, which makes it difficult to model. The amounts of water vapor which are used in this research depending on the experimental data from Iraq Meteorological Organization and Seismology. The IR transmission is considered a very important parameter that has to be taken in account in thermal imaging. FORTRAN Program of an empirical expression for atmospheric attenuation as a function of wavelength and visible range in case of dust is used in this work .The IR transmissions at different extents(100,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900m) and different concentrations of water vapor (59.1, 97 .4,167, 222.7, 310.7, 395.4, 432.9, 388.7, 300.2 mm at months JAN., FEB., MAR., APR.,MAY., JUN., JUL., AUG., SEP., respectively for 2013 year) on 3-5 μm bands are calculated .The results show that at high concentration of water vapor and long distance the thermal images vanish, also at low concentration and long distance the image does not recognized.

Prevalence of Cytomegalovirus among pregnant women relation to congenital abnormalities in embryos and children in Wasit province

Rasha Noori Al-shammary; Mahdi Abdraba Al-Shuwaili; a Mahdi Al-Musawi; Raja; Zena Jehad Wally; Ihsan; F.H.AL-Jawhary; Hamieda Edan Salmanand; Hameed Rida Abed; HASSAN MAKTUFF JABER; ZAMAN SAHB MAHDI; Esam M. Mohamed; Hussen Ali Noor; Abbas Ahmed Ali; Khawla J.Tahir; alaa mohammed; FADHIL K. FULIFUL; Rasha Najah Mirzah; Zeid Hassan Abood; Murtadha Mohammed Hussein; AL-Bazii; S.J; AL-Bazii

journal of kerbala university, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 86-91

Serological examination to detect CMV virus and ultrasound examination to known congenital anomalies in embryos among aborted and pregnant women blood sample of 750 and children blood sample of 36 was carried out in Al – karama hospital and AL-Zahra hospital of Wasit province from January to July 2012. Overall prevalence of CMV (positive cases) was 345 (43.9%). Prevalence of virus increased in age (23-29) and there were highly significantly (P