Máel Dóid mac Suibni was a King of Uisnech in Mide of the Clann Cholmáin. He was brother of Conall Guthbinn mac Suibni, previous kings, he ruled from 635 to 653. This period in Meath history was dominated by the feud between Clann Cholmáin and Síl nÁedo Sláine among the southern Ui Neill. Mael Doid's father Suibne had been treacherously killed by his uncle Áed Sláine mac Diarmato in 600. Mael Doid's brother Conall Guthbinn was killed by Diarmait mac Áedo Sláine in 635. In the year of Mael Doids accession, his cousins, of the Clann Cholmáin Bicc, Máel Umai and Colgu were slain in battle by Diarmait. Two years in 637, his nephew Airmetach Cáech mac Conaill Guthbinn was slain at the Battle of Mag Rath fighting for Congal Cáech of the Ulaid; the Síl nÁedo Sláine fought on the victorious side. Airmetach's son Fáelchú was slain. Mael Doid, his son Feredach mac Máele Dóid was slain at a skirmish at Crannach in 697. Kings of Uisnech CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts at University College Cork
Club Deportivo Oroquieta Villaverde is a Spanish women's football club from Madrid settled in the city's Villaverde district. In 1989 Oroquieta Villaverde joined the second edition of the División de Honor; the team soon rose into the top positions and after winning its first National Cup in 1992. The club was further strengthened as Atlético Madrid disbanded its team, champion of the 1989–90 edition, its best players joined its former rivals. Oroquieta won the national championship in 1993 and 1994, its second cup in 1995 and both titles in 1999; however Oroquieta collapsed following this last success. In 2001 it was third to last in its group in the championship's preliminary stage, next year it was left aside from the Royal Spanish Football Federation's reunified 12-teams Superliga; the team was relegated to the lower categories. After the 2012–13 season, the club ceased in activity but in April 2015, Oroquieta Villaverde launched a new project for the neighbourhood. División de Honor 1993, 1994, 1999 Copa de la Reina 1992, 1995, 1999 Isabel Candel Begoña Casalengua Begoña Jáuregui Mar Prieto Oroquieta Villaverde Twitter account
This article provides an error analysis of time discretization applied to spatially discrete approximation of the stationary and nonstationary Navier-Stokes equations. The nonlinearity of the convection term is the main problem in solving a stationary or nonstationary Navier-Stokes equation or Euler equation problems. Stoke incorporated ` the method of artificial compressibility'. Ρ = − ∇ p + μ ∇ 2 v + f. The Stokes approximation is developed from the Navier-Stokes equations by omission of the convective term. For small Reynolds numbers in the incompressible flow, this approximation is more useful. Incompressible Navier Stokes equation can be written as- R e. ∂ t u ~ + R e. ⟨ u ~, ∇ ~ ⟩ u ~ + R e. ∇ p ~ − Δ ~ u ~ = 0. Here linear diffusion term dominates the convection term. In the stationary problem neglecting the convection term, we get- R e. ∇ p − Δ u = 0 Many theorems can be proved by using this process. The main problem with the solution of the incompressible flow equation is the decoupling of the continuity and momentum equation due to the absence of pressure or density term.
Chorin proposed the solution for this problem of the pressure decoupling. ∂ t ψ − L = 0 w h e r e ψ = T In the above equation stoke assume that at, non-stationary Navier Stokes problem converge towards the solution of the correspondent stationary problem. This solution will not depend upon the function. If this is used for the above equation consisting of Navier stokes equation and continuity equations with time derivative of pressure the solution will be same as the stationary solution of the original Navier Stoke problem; this process introduce the new term artificial time as t→∞. Artificial compressibility method is combined with a dual time stepping procedure which involves iteration in pseudo-time within each physical time step; this guarantees a convergence towards the solution for the incompressible flow problem. Ansorge, R. Mathematical Models of Fluid dynamics Madsen, P. A. A. "A discussion of artificial compressibility". Coastal Engineering. 53: 93–98. Doi:10.1016/j.coastaleng.2005.09.020.
Reza Malekzadeh is an Iranian medical scientist and gastroenterologist. Malekzadeh studied medicine at Shiraz University, he continued his studies to become specialized in Internal Medicine in Shiraz University where he did as well his fellowship in gastroenterology. In 1985, he joined the department of gastroenterology at Free Royal Hospital in London. After his return to Iran, he got a faculty position at Shiraz University and on at Tehran University of Medical Sciences where he is a full professor of internal medicine, he is an Honorary Professor at University of Birmingham, UK. Reza Malekzadeh was the Minister of Health of Iran's government from 1991-1993. From 2000-2004, Malekzadeh was the secretary of the Iranian Academy of Medical Sciences, since 2005, the Academy's Vice-President for Research, he is the director of Digestive Disease Research Center, was appointed as the director of Shariati Hospital in 2007. Dr Malekzadeh is the Deputy-Editor of Archives of Iranian Medicine, he is working on a big cancer cohort in Bandar-Turkeman, Golestan Province of Iran to investigate the environmental and genetic causes of oesophageal cancer.
Besides being a renowned gastroenterologist, Professor Malekzadeh has been instrumental in designing and executing an efficient and practical way of diagnosing cancerous and benign esophegal lesions in Iran, applicable to urban and rural areas. He was elected as a member of TWAS in 2004. Reza Malekzadeh received the "Permanent Personages Award" in the Third Permanent Personages session held on October 22, 2003; this national award is given to the most memorable citizens of Iran. He has numerous reputable scientific publications in liver diseases. Dr Malekzadeh was selected as distinguished professor of Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2008. Dr Malekzadeh was born in village baladeh in Fars. Reza Malekzadeh has been married for 31 years, since has had 4 children, three girls and one boy, three of which have followed his footsteps in the study of medicine and one, studying architecture, he still visits Baladeh and contributes massively to humanitarian work in the area. Member of the International Association for Study of the Liver Member of the American Gastroenterology Association Member of the European Association for Gastroenterology & Endoscopy Member of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Secretary of the Iranian Society of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Member of the Iranian Society of Physicians Counsellor of the Iranian Board of Internal Medicine Permanent Member of the Iranian Academy of Medical Sciences Member of the American Association for Advancement of Science Iranian science Iranian Academy of Medical Sciences Digestive Disease Research Center Archives of Iranian Medicine Reza Malekzadeh's publications in pubmed
Adam Keighran is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a five-eighth for the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League. Keighran was born in Australia, he played his junior rugby league for the Wyong Roos before being signed by the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs. Keighran signed a two-year deal in 2017 with the Penrith Panthers kicking 80 goals for their New South Wales Cup side in 2018 and scoring halfback of the year. In October 2018 Keighran signed a three-year deal with the New Zealand Warriors. Keighran made his debut in round 1 of the 2019 NRL season against the Canterbury Bulldogs, scoring a try in a 40-6 win. Warriors profile