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ECR/4263/MH/UK/2020/RR-21

(Currently Closed)

PI: Nima Norbu Sherpa (nimnorsherpa@gmail.com)

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MANUAL REINFORCING*: When manual reinforcing was used for a wall panel, and the vertical zone(s) used a different number of reinforcing curtains than the horizontal reinforcing, the number of curtains used in the assessment of shear strength and certain prescriptive code checks was incorrect.Effect: Possible incorrect (most commonly underestimated) shear strength calculation, and possible false warnings about reinforcing-related code provisions.


Eight-week-old seedings showing consistent growth characteristics were selected and transferred to a hydroponic box, which was covered with aluminum foil to protect the roots from light. The seedlings were maintained in the hydroponic box for 7 days to allow for adaptation to the root environment and then treated at 30 C root-zone temperature using a heating rod. On the 8th day, plant samples were collected at different time points for morphological observation, physiological measurement, and metabolomic analysis. In addition, quantitative reverse transcription PCR (qRT-PCR) analysis was performed to verify the related genes associated with metabolites.


In the present study, we observed that a few new roots emerged at 96 h, whereas a large number of new roots were growing at 7 days of stress treatment. These changes are contrary to the results obtained in colored pepper (Capsicum annuum) (Guo and Yu 2003) in which root growth almost stopped under high root-zone temperature. The new roots that emerged after 96 h of stress treatment, heat stress may stimulate the germination of new alfalfa roots in response to adverse environment. which is beneficial to recover the water and nutrient uptake and thus promotes shoot growth under high root-zone temperature stress.


Businesses conduct transactions across different time zones. Oracle Database datetime and interval data types and time zone support make it possible to store consistent information about the time of events and transactions.


TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE is a variant of TIMESTAMP that includes a time zone region name or time zone offset in its value. The time zone offset is the difference (in hours and minutes) between local time and UTC (Coordinated Universal Time, formerly Greenwich Mean Time). Specify the TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data type as follows:


To eliminate the ambiguity of boundary cases when the time switches from Standard Time to Daylight Saving Time, use both the TZR format element and the corresponding TZD format element. The TZD format element is an abbreviation of the time zone region with Daylight Saving Time information included. Examples are PST for U. S. Pacific Standard Time and PDT for U. S. Pacific Daylight Time. The following specification ensures that a Daylight Saving Time value is returned:


TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE is another variant of TIMESTAMP. It differs from TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE as follows: data stored in the database is normalized to the database time zone, and the time zone offset is not stored as part of the column data. When users retrieve the data, Oracle Database returns it in the users' local session time zone. The time zone offset is the difference (in hours and minutes) between local time and UTC (Coordinated Universal Time, formerly Greenwich Mean Time).


Insert the same data as a TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE literal. Oracle Database converts the data to a TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE value. This means the time zone that is entered (-08:00) is converted to the session time zone value (-07:00).


Use the TIMESTAMP data type when you need a datetime value to record the time of an event without the time zone. For example, you can store information about the times when workers punch a time card in and out of their assembly line workstations. Because this is always a local time it is then not needed to store the timezone part. The TIMESTAMP data type uses 7 or 11 bytes of storage.


Use the TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data type when the datetime value represents a future local time or the time zone information must be recorded with the value. Consider a scheduled appointment in a local time. The future local time may need to be adjusted if the time zone definition, such as daylight saving rule, changes. Otherwise, the value can become incorrect. This data type is most immune to such impact.


The TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data type requires 13 bytes of storage, or two more bytes of storage than the TIMESTAMP and TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE data types because it stores time zone information. The time zone is stored as a time zone region name or as an offset from UTC. The data is available for display or calculations without additional processing. A TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE column cannot be used as a primary key. If an index is created on a TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE column, it becomes a function-based index.


The TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE data type stores the timestamp without time zone information. It normalizes the data to the database time zone every time the data is sent to and from a client. It requires 11 bytes of storage.


The TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE data type is appropriate when the original time zone is of no interest, but the relative times of events are important and daylight saving adjustment does not have to be accurate. The time zone conversion that this data type performs to and from the database time zone is asymmetrical, due to the daylight saving adjustment. Because this data type does not preserve the time zone information, it does not distinguish values near the adjustment in fall, whether they are daylight saving time or standard time. This confusion between distinct instants can cause an application to behave unexpectedly, especially if the adjustment takes place during the normal working hours of a user.


Note that some regions, such as Brazil and Israel, that update their Daylight Saving Transition dates frequently and at irregular periods, are particularly susceptible to time zone adjustment issues. If time information from these regions is key to your application, you may want to consider using one of the other datetime types.


Oracle Database performs all timestamp arithmetic in UTC time. For TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE data, Oracle Database converts the datetime value from the database time zone to UTC and converts back to the database time zone after performing the arithmetic. For TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data, the datetime value is always in UTC, so no conversion is necessary.


When you compare date and timestamp values, Oracle Database converts the data to the more precise data type before doing the comparison. For example, if you compare data of TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data type with data of TIMESTAMP data type, Oracle Database converts the TIMESTAMP data to TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE, using the session time zone.


Returns the date and time of the operating system on which the database resides, taking into account the time zone of the database server's operating system that was in effect when the database was started


ORA_TZFILE, which enables you to specify a time zone on the client and Oracle Database server. Note that when you specify ORA_TZFILE on Oracle Database server, the only time when this environment variable takes effect is during the creation of the database.


During the upgrade window of the DST patching process (which is described in the DBMS_DST package), tables with TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE data undergo conversion to the new time zone version. Columns in tables that have not yet been converted will still have the TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE reflecting the previous time zone version. In order to present the data in these columns as though they had been converted to the new time zone version when you issue SELECT statements, Oracle adds by default conversion operators over the columns to convert them to the new version. Adding the conversion operator may, however, slow down queries and disable usage of indexes on the TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE columns. Hence, Oracle provides a parameter, DST_UPGRADE_INSERT_CONV, that specifies whether or not internal operators are allocated on top of TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE columns of tables that have not been upgraded. By default, its value is TRUE. If users know that the conversion process will not affect the TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE columns, then this parameter can be set to FALSE. 041b061a72


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