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The Legend of Lake Toba A Folklore from Medan North Sumatra, Indonesia Once upon a time, there was a young man named Toba. He lived alone and had no wife. He decided being single and didn’t get married, although his age was mature enough to a family. He had a narrow farm and a small hut not far from a lake. If the day was getting dark, he would go to the lake for fishing. He liked fishing and he could do this activity until night has come. One day, after worked on his small farm, he decided to go fishing. He wanted to look for some fish for his dinner. He waited for a long time, but his hook didn’t catch any fish. He waited and waited patiently. Suddenly, his fish bait made some movement. He was sure he would get a fish for his dinner. And that was true, a pretty big fish stuck on his bait. He took the fish and then put it on a fish basket. Then, he went home. He was so happy to get a fish for his dinner. He imagined that his dinner tonight would be nice because the fish was pretty big and fresh. Arriving at home, he put his fish basket beside the fire place. And then, he set fire of the fire place. But, he realized that he forgot to look for some woods for his fire place. Without the woods, of course he couldn’t cook the fish for his dinner. He went out to look for some woods. He left the fish in the kitchen. He didn’t worry about the fish because he was sure that the fish was safe in the place. After getting some woods, he went back home, but, he was to surprised as the fish basket was empty. The fish was gone, he just found some scales which in the form of gold pieces. Toba was confused. He convinced himself that the gold pieces he hold was the scales of the fish he caught this afternoon. He stepped to his room. But, again he was shocked as he saw a beautiful girl with long hair in his room. The girl sat in toba’s bed. Toba didn’t make any movement. He was so shock and wondered who the girl was. Suddenly the girl turn her head and looked at toba. Toba was so amazed with the girl’s beauty. He looked at the girl and admired her beauty. For some moments, they looked each other. Was that a possibility that this beautiful girl is an angel? toba thought. Toba was so speechless and couldn’t say anything. For breaking the ice, the girl said something. She approached toba and said. “Hi, toba. It was getting dark, could you turn on the lamp” the girl asked. “Ooo… hhhiii… Alright, I will turn the lamp on,” Toba said, his body was trmebled because of fear. “Don’t be afraid, Toba. I will not hurt you,” said the girl. “But, who are you ? are you kind of genie or something ?” The girl smiled and said. “I am the incarnation of the fish you caught this afternoon,” the girl answered. “Really, Oh.. God. Is that true?” toba was so surprised. “Yes, but you don’t have to be afraid. I will help you to do some house hold activity. I will cook for you and prepare your daily meal, ” the girl offered. Toba was so happy to hear that. “By the way, the gold pieces is my scales,” the girl said. “Ooo.. well.. that’s why I didn’t found my fish in the basket,” toba said. And then the girl went to the kitchen and cooked dinner for toba. Everyday toba was accompanied by the girl. Toba was happy for that. Until one day, he asked the girl to get married. But, the girl gave a requiretmen. “I am agree to be your wife, but don’t ever tell my secret, my condition that I was a fish,” said the girl. Toba agreed the girl’s requiretmen. And then they got married. Toba was happy to have such a beautiful wife. They lived happily because they loved each other. Years gone by. Toba’s wife was pregnant and then not so long after that she gave birth. Toba was so happy. The baby was a boy. Named Samosir. They took care their only child. They showered the boy with love. It seemed that they were happy family. 7 years later The mother spoiled the boy too much. No wonder, samosir became spoiled child. He didn’t want to help his father to work on farm. He only stayed at home doing nothing. He was a very lazy boy. One day the mother asked samosir to bring lunch for his father who worked in a farm. Usually the mother did his job. But, because she was very busy, she didn’t have time to bring the lunch for his husband. “Samosir my dear, please take this lunch for your father in the farm. He must be very hungry now. I can’t bring it for him, there is something else I want to do!” asked the mother. “No, I can’t!” samosir refused. “Why, don’t you want ho help me?” asked the mother. “I want to play with my frieds, mother!” said samosir. Mother was angry to hear this. She was so upset and threatened samosir if he didn’t do what she’s asked. She wouldn’t give samosir lunch. Because of his mother’s anger, he felt forced to do what his mother’s request. “All right, mom. I will bring it to my father,” samosir said. Samosir went to his father’s farm. But he grumbled continuosly as she wanted to play with his friends. On the way to his father’s farm, he ate the lunch little by little. He felt hungry, too. Because of this, there’s just a little lunch left. Meanwhile, the day was getting hot. Toba decided to rest under the tree. He felt thirsty and hungry. He asked himself why his wife didn’t bring lunch for him. Waiting in a hungry was such a terrible thing for Toba. He got angry that time. Finally he saw somebody in a distance. He hoped the somebody was his wife who brought lunch for him. But, he was surprised to see samosir, his son, who came to the farm. “What do you do here, my son. Where is your mother? Why she didn’t bring my lunch?” Toba said angrily. “Mother is busy to do other things. So, she asked me to bring this lunch for you” said Samosir while gave the lunch to his father. Toba took the lunch quickly as he couldn’t bear his hunger anymore. But, when he saw the lunch box, he was surprised. The lunch was no more left. “What? Where is the lunch ? Why this box is empty ?” Toba said angrily. “I am sorry, father. On the way here, I ate your lunch little by little. I am so hungry.” Samosir answered with anxiety. “You’re really a bad boy. Why are you doing this ? I am really hungry, you know ? ” Toba snapped at Samosir. “I am sorry, dad. I am really sorry for that!” Samosir said apologize. “You are rebellious child. You are lazy, useless!!!” Toba got angry. He felt really upset whit his son. And, suddenly he said something rude that actually was forbidden. “Your manner is like a little animal. It is because your mother spoiled you. You are so naughty. Well, it is because your mother is a fish. So you are like her. Go away from here” Toba didn’t realize that what he said was so rude. He was forbidden to tell about Samosir’s mother’s origin. Samosir was so sad to hear what his father’s said. He was badly hurt. He cried continuosly. His mother asked why Samosir cried. Samosir said that his father was angry to him. It’s because he ate his father’s lunch. Samosir also told what his father had said to him. “Father said that I was a little animal because I didn’t obey his advice and he also said that mother is a fish.” Samosir said this to his mother. “What ??? How excessive he is! He was not supposed to tell that to you. You are his son. I will tell him.” The beautiful girl was so angry. “Why he’s so rude to his own child. He promised that he wouldn’t tell my origin. Why he did this to me.” The beautiful girl said sadly. “Calm down, Samosir. Don’t cry anymore. Now, all you have to do is climb the highest tree and stay there. There will be a huge flood and this velley will be sink and disappear. There will be great disaster here,” the beautiful girl said. “Really, mother ! How do you know ?” Samosir asked. “Well, you must obey my advice without complaining ” the beautiful girl told his son. After that, Samosir went away and climbed the highest tree in the village. He stayed there, obeyed his mother’s instruction. He still didn’t know why his mother told him to do this. He just waited what happened next. The beautiful girl was really sad. He thought that Toba didn’t love her anymore. Toba was changed. He broke his promise to her. So, the girl thought there was no use she lived. She decided to do suicide by jumping to a lake. Suddenly, the sky was getting dark upon the valley. Not so long after that, the rain poured the earth. It was a huge rain. The thunder and the lightning were so scary. The rain was so heavy and make a huge flood. The valley was like a sea. Just as the girl said, there was a great disaster in that village. Meanwhile, Toba, who was still in his farm shocked with this disaster. He couldn’t save himself. He was drown by the flood and finally died. And, the spoiled child, Samosir, although he climbed the highest tree, he still couldn’t save himself from this great disaster. He died as his parents. His body was floating. And then baceme small island which now was called Samosir Island. And, the village was sink and became a huge lake. This lake was named as Toba’s name, that is Lake Toba.

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g2.2.1. Soil Organic Carbon Carbon availability is a key component of the denitrification process. Early research showed that denitrification is greatly influenced by C availability, with denitrification rates of (nitrate) NO3-N remaining low when C was unavailable despite high N concentrations, but increasing rapidly in response to C addition [38]. Depending on the source of organic N amendments, addition of organic material to soils may increase N2O emissions by providing the necessary C substrates for driving microbial nitrification and denitrification processes [34,39]. Similarly, N2O emissions tend to increase with the C:N of soil, due in part to the potential for reduced plant N uptake and increased microbial consumption of inorganic N during soil organic matter decomposition [20]. Manure application increases total organic C and total N pools in soil at levels proportional to the application rate [40]. When comparing soil with a history of manure application to a non-manured soil, it was found that N2O emissions were nearly 25 times greater from manured soil [41]. In contrast to organic amendments, inorganic N fertilizers do not provide additional C substrate, but this will not necessarily lead to lower emissions. Moreover, addition of inorganic N fertilizer can have a priming effect on soil microbial communities which facilitates more rapid decomposition of soil organic matter [42], potentially also increasing N2O emissions. 2.2.2. Soil Aggregation, Drainage, and Moisture The relationship between water-filled pore space (WFPS), drainage, and N2O emissions is not completely understood. Generally, N2O emissions are greatest following a significant increase in soil water content after a rainfall or irrigation event [22], likely due to a flush of microbial activity from soil wetting and drying events [43]. Both denitrification and nitrification processes contributing to N2O emissions are stimulated at high WFPS, with nitrification playing a larger role as soils dry down [32]. Soils with restricted drainage, even if they are not completely water-saturated, are particularly prone to greaterN2O emissions [2]. For example, fine-textured soils that typically are associated with greater soil water content tend to have higher N2O emissions [20]. Thus, an important opportunity for decreasing emissions is to increase soil aeration, potentially through soil amendments or changes in soil structure. Increased aggregate stability can create larger soil pores between aggregates in fine-textured soils, and greater pore sizes may increase oxygen (O2) content, which has been shown to decrease N2O emissions [32]. Accordingly, soils managed with organic amendments tend to have greater aggregate stability compared to those managed with inorganic fertilizer [25], therefore the addition of organic amendments may reduce N2O emissions, especially in fine-textured soils. At the same time, it must be considered that organic amendments can increase soil water holding capacity, particularly for coarse-textured soils. In addition, because O2 concentrations in soil pores are determined by water content as well as microbial activity, elevated microbial respiration in response to higher C availability in organic inputs may decrease O2 content and increase N2O emissions [34]. The extent to which these physical and biological processes may interact to increase or decrease soil water content will largely depend on initial soil texture. Soils with lower water holding capacity may be more likely to experience increases in soil water content following addition of organic N inputs, whereas soils with initially higher water holding capacity may benefit more greatly from increased pore size, in turn leading to increased O2 concentrations and decreased N2O emissions.ogle translate

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Experiment 4. PID Controller in DC Motor Speed Control System We will first investigate the effect of proportional, integral and derivative forms of control on a very simple system. The motor in a speed control loop is effectively a single-lag system, since mechanical lag dominates any others, and there is no integration in direct path around loop. A. Operational Procedure 1. Connect the apparatus as shown in Figure 5, Make the following settings of the controls. 2. On the signal generator Set the generator to deliver a 5 Vp-p square wave at 0.1 Hz. 3. On the operational amplifier U-152 Select 100kΩ resistive feedback. On the PID module Y-165B  Integrator out  Proportional in, x1, maximum gain  Derivative out. 4. With the magnetic brake removed from the brake disc, switch on the power supply. The motor should start to run, first one way and then the other. Proportional Control 1. Observe the output of the operational amplifier unit on the oscilloscope. This is the deviation signal, and will be perhaps ±100mV, with superimposed ripple from tachogenerator. (The large initial error at each reversed may be ignored for the moment). Apply a load by setting the brake magnet around the braking disc and adjusting so that the current indicated on the power supply is about 0.5A. 3. Because more signal is needed to drive the servo amplifier harder, the deviation has now increased. Make a note of its magnitude, together with PID settings which correspond. 4. An obvious way of reducing the deviation is to integrate the gain. Try setting the proportional gain switch to x10. Record the new value of deviation and any comment about the general nature of the performance. It will probably be found that tachogenerator noise swamps the servo amplifier, giving rise to rather large random deviations. 5. Adjustment of the proportional gain may bring about some improvement, but probably not much. Record the best deviation figure you can achieve this way. Proportional + Integral Control 6. Leave the magnetic brake undisturbanced  Integrator in T = 0.5 x 10s  Proportional in x1, max gain  Derivative out 7. It should now be possible to see that after each reversal the deviation is progressively reduced as the integrator builds up its component of the correcting signal. The effect is exponential in waveform, because less deviation less the rate at which integrator output changes. 8. If the integrator gain is greatly increased, by switching 𝜏 ×1, the speed will be found to overshoot, giving an unsatisfactory response to the step speed demands. Find a value of 𝜏, giving a satisfactory step response and record it, together with the other PID settings. Find out whether it is as satisfactory when magnetic brake is removed, recording your findings. Addition of derivative term It will be found that switching the derivative term ‘in’ will give little benefit, whatever the settings of the derivative time constant controls. This is largely because the derivative action increases the effect of the tachogenerator noise. Derivative control is mainly useful for cancelling one of the lags in a system with two significant lags, as we shall see in the next equipment.

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FarmLogix helps give local farmers a lifeline to big kitchens Kate Rogers | @katerogersnews Saturday, 20 Feb 2016 | 11:00 AM E Like many parents, Linda Mallers found herself working on a PTA. fundraiser at her children's school. The single mom of four had been boxing local produce from nearby farms in Wisconsin and selling them to friends, an effort she parlayed into a community fundraising effort in 2012. In a world of grab-and-go drive-thrus and processed meals, the fresh fruits and veggies were a hit, which gave Mallers a big idea. "Our local high school in Evanston Township asked how they could put the produce in their cafeteria, and that's how we got our start," Mallers told CNBC's "On the Money." The fundraiser led Mallers to launch Chicago-based FarmLogix, a technology platform that connects local farmers to large institutional kitchens. Mallers drew on her technology background, having worked in the futures industry, then for a food distributor in Chicago. "I realized this platform that I had for 20 years really translated well to the local food movement and it opened up doors," Mallers said. "I had always been in the business of creating online communities for people who can't find each other otherwise." The farm-to-table segment is gaining in popularity among consumers. A January 2015 Agriculture Department report found that "producer participation in local food systems is growing as the sale of food for human consumption through direct-to-consumer and intermediated marketing channels [including institutional sales] appears to be increasing." Citing data from the Agricultural Resource and Management Survey and census of agriculture data, the report said that local food sales totaled an estimated $6.1 billion in 2012, the latest year for which figures were available. The technology allows detailed farm identification to be maintained through the supply chain, an ongoing issue in the industry because of how quickly food moves throughout warehouses and distributors. FarmLogix has done $8.5 million in sales so far, and bootstrapped the startup with investments from friends and family. Today, clients include food delivery service Skokie, Illinois-based Peapod and Philadelphia-based food services giant Aramark — which has helped Mallers put healthy foods in more than 1,000 schools across the country. Many of the schools are kindergarten through 12th grade, but some colleges and universities have been added. These include Boston University in Massachusetts and Chicago's Loyola University. "It's helpful to us because consumers are more and more looking for transparency in the foods that they buy and the foods that they eat," said Scott Barnhart, senior vice president of the global supply chain and procurement at Aramark. "They want a safe way to understand where they are getting their food and where it is being supplied from." For farmers, the platform is free to use. FarmLogix has a "boots on the ground" team that goes into regions to get to know the farmers and figure out who might be a good fit for the platform, with some help from the Agriculture Department, Mallers said. Once identified, the farmers have a video profile created for them by FarmLogix, along with consumer tools that allow people to learn where their food comes from. Each of the more than 200 farms FarmLogix is working with have a free web page in the system, Mallers added, and they go into the schools FarmLogix works with to talk to students about sustainability. For Mallers, running her own business also presents the opportunity to achieve dual missions — educating low-income children about healthy eating, and paying it forward to other working moms. The company has 10 employees, 80 percent of which are women. "We help farmers change their lives and be sustainable and viable, but on the other end, their food is going into low-income communities — our program feeds half a million kids," she said. "And we have a business that supports women, moms that want to go back to work," Mallers added. "We are very supportive because we are a tech company working remotely with a flexible schedule." On the Money airs on CNBC Saturdays at 5:30 am ET, or check listings for air times in local markets.

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