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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 457-459 The purposes of this study was to produce a 3-D cartoon animation on how to basically produce books or reading materials and measure the effectiveness of the 3-D cartoon animation used in conveying the message of how to basically produce books and to evaluate viewers' satisfactions from the 3-D cartoon animation by specialists in printing technology field and multimedia field, there are 30 students as target group. Test to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the learning process: preand post-evaluation test, which evaluate the pleasure. Result of the lesson efficiency (E1/E2): El is 90.20. E2 is 91.45. The 90.20/91.45 value is higher than the 80/80 criteria. While E pre is 27.79, E post is 90.20. This results in a difference of as much as 62.41, which meets the criteria that to become effective, the value must be higher than 60. Result of sample group's satisfaction to the 3-D cartoon animation: an overall average score is 4.21. Satisfaction in each aspect is more than 4.00 on average. As a result, 3-D animation is good for any person who is interested in the basic book production process by study from 3-D cartoon animation. IC-201 FACTORS AFFECTING LEARNING ORGANIZATION ACCORDING TO OPINION OF LECTURERS AT PRINTING TECHNOLOGY ACADEMIES Pichit Khajorndecha, Suchapa Netpradit The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 460-462 The purposes of this study was to determine the major factors affecting learning organization by making a survey of lecturers’ opinion in 9 academies of Printing Technology in Thailand. The questionnaires including 30 factors with 7-rating scale were distributed and 270 samples were obtained. Reliability of the survey instrument calculated by Cronbach Alpha Coefficient was at 0.95. The collecting data was analyzed for means and standard deviation. The affected factors were then determined by using the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) technique with the orthogonal rotation axis by Varimax Method. 145 The results showed that mean scales of 30 minor factors were 4.42 - 6.17 and standard deviations were 1.03 - 1.93. After analysis, 7 groups of factor affected L.O. in the opinion of printing lecturers were as follows: 1) Systematic Change of Thinking, 2) Personal Mastery, 3) Critical Thinking, 4) Shared Vision, 5) Self Development, 6) Shared Knowledge and Ideas, and 7) Systems Thinking. These major factors had a total variance of 78.11% and the Correlation Coefficient between 7 major factors and 30 minor factors was 0.49 - 0.86. The Correlation Coefficient between 7 major factors and the L.O. according to the opinion of printing lecturers was 0.408 - 0.655, which was a high level. However, the Correlation Coefficient within 7 internal factors was 0.001 - 0.071, which was a low level. The regression or predicting equation that affected L.O. according to the opinion of printing lecturers was: Y = 0.655(S ystematic C hange of T hinking ) + 0.625 (P ersonal M astery ) + 0.601 (C ritical T hinking ) + 0.526 (S hared V ision ) + 0.483 (S elf D evelopment ) + 0.413 (S hared K nowledge / I deas ) + 0.408 (S ystems T hinking ) The predicting equation had the power of prediction at 55.8% and the error of prediction was at 5.2%. IC-202 STUDENTS’ OPINIONS ON THE PAGE LAYOUT OF EDUCATION PRINT MEDIA ON COMPUTER SCREENS Suchapa Netpradit, Sumalee Chanchalor, Eakachai Tholoung The 9 th Baltic Region Seminar on Engineering Education, June 17-20, 2005, Gdynia, Poland In this paper, the authors describe research that was undertaken in order to study students' opinions regarding the page layout of education print media on computer screens. Students were asked to identify their opinions after viewing and reading education print media, which was created using computers in various designs of page layout, such as the number of columns, picture alignments, typeface and background colours. The Sample in this survey constituted 809 undergraduate students from government and private universities in Bangkok. The study tools included several formats of page layout that were displayed on computer screens, as well as questionnaires for satisfactory International Conference

146 evaluation with five scales. The data were analysed using percentages, means, standard deviations and t-tests in order to determine the most popular format in each case. The results indicated that almost all students appreciated single column, with the picture at the top of the page, with 10% yellow tint for the background, and 16-point rounded AngsanaUPC font. Therefore, this information could be applied for page layout design of education print media in order to satisfy Thai students generally. IC-203 LEARNING TO DEVELOP PINEAPPLE LEAF PAPER FOR PRINT MEDIA Tanatron Tongsumrith, Suchapa Netpradit The 9 th Baltic Region Seminar on Engineering Education, June 17-20, 2005, Gdynia, Poland The objectives of this project were to develop suitable pineapple leaf paper and to analyse the paper properties for use as print media. In this experiment, the different amount of filler, dry strength and sizing agents were mixed in pulp stock to study their effects on the paper's qualities. The pulp was obtained by boiling the pineapple leaves with sodium hydroxide solution, and the brownish colour was bleached out with hydrogen peroxide solution. The paper sheet was then made by utilising traditional production processes and the surface was treated by size pressing and calendering. The results showed that the optimal amount of filler, dry strength and sizing agents were 2%, 1.2% and 2% (W/W of dried pulp), respectively, resulting in appropriate paper qualities. The pineapple leaf papers had same water absorption property as commercial wood-free papers, but the tensile strength was slightly poorer. In addition, the average whiteness, brightness and opacity values of the developed pineapple leaf papers were 31.59, 68.23 and 100, respectively. This study indicates that the pineapple leaf paper has a high trend to be used as an alternative paper for print media. Faculty of Energy and Materials IC-204 EFFECT OF DRYING METHODS ON QUALITY OF COOKED RICE Pakorn Luangmalawat, Adisak Nathakaranakule, Somkiat Prachayawarakorn, Somchart Soponronnarit International Agricultural Engineering KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 Conference, December 6-9, 2005, Bangkok, Thailand To obtain a good quality of cooked Thai jasmine rice, this research is thus focused on the study of effect of drying methods i.e. heat pump, hot air, hot air- far infrared drying, heat pumpfar infrared drying and two-stage drying on the drying characteristics and the cooked rice quality. Drying temperature was fixed at 55 o C for the above-mentioned drying methods, except for the two-stage drying where the first stage was set at a temperature of 110 o C followed by the low temperature of 55 o C at the later stage. The experimental results showed that the twostage drying and the hot air-far infrared, as well as heat pump-far infrared provide shorter drying time than the hot air or heat pump alone. The qualities of product i.e. degree of shrinkage and stickiness obtained from the studied drying methods were insignificantly different. The lowest luminosity, but fast rehydration capability of the two-stage-dried product was evident whilst the hardness value was relatively lower. IC-205 NEW METHOD FOR PRODUCING PARBOILED RICE UNDER HIGH- TEMPERATURE SUPERHEATED-STEAM FLUIDIZATION Somchart Soponronnarit, Somkiat Prachayawarakorn, Chaiyong Taechapairoj The 4 th Asia Pacific Drying Conference 2005, December 13-15, 2005, Science City, Kolkata, India In order to extremely shorten a long process time of parboiled-rice production, a new method for parboiling paddy and brown rice using superheated-steam fluidization was investigated. The experimental conditions were carried out at the initial moisture contents of 39- 42.5% dry basis (d.b.), bed heights of 8-15 cm, superheated-steam temperatures of 120-170°C with a constant pressure of 106.1 kPa and a fixed superficial velocity of 3.1 and 3.9 m/s for paddy and brown rice, respectively. The experimental results showed that the inlet temperature had much more effect on moisture removal than the bed height. For the rice quality, reducing moisture content to 28 and 18% d.b., in case of brown rice and paddy, respectively, resulted in higher percentage of head rice yield International Conference

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    210 จอมเทียนปา

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    212 การสกัดสาร

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    214 ไดแก อุณหภู

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    216 โดยกลไกของ

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    226 NC-043 การวิเคร

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    228 เกิดพฤติกร

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    238 บทความนี้น

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    274 ของแกสโซฮอ

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    276 1) สภาพทั่วไ

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    282 กระทบตอคุณ

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    284 ตั้งกลไกแข

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    290 แนนกระแสไฟ

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    292 NC-222 ผลงานตีพ

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    294 NC-227 เตาเผาไห

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    296 จําเพาะรวม

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    298 NC-238 จลนพลศาส

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    302 ดีเซลนั้นม

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    304 NC-254 การใชเทค

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    306 อาคารศูนยก

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    312 metal ions on 2-AP biosyntheis

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    314 total clones while the ethanol

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    318 BioThailand (The 16 th Annual M

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    328 นี้ทําใหทร

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    330 ดุลชาติ มาน

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    334 In this study, we collected seq

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    336 กนกรัตน นาค

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    338 การพัฒนาสื

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    340 one of the causes of difficulty

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    344 program, Cytoscape. This model

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    346 production demand. Nevertheless

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    360 8-9 ธันวาคม 2548,

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