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Historical figures He has given a keynote speech and delivered many keynote speeches at international conferences. His other scientific publications include over 120 research papers and more than 100 books. His contributions include source water quality analysis for the Naam rivers, comparative study of mains, ducts, culverts and sewers in various jurisdictions, appraisal of groundwater quality and water resources engineering. Air Burookan. and Wastewater. Treatment. and Quality. Refuse. Treatment and Refuse Disposal. Ed. Gopi. M.R.Rao, and Anand S.Nagarajan. National Academy Press. Mumbai. ETC publishes the Indian Journal of Engineering, Maintenance and Production Engineering. New Delhi. He holds the highest degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering and is a professor of the National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering and the Indian National Science Academy. References Category:1936 births Category:Living people Category:Indian civil engineers Category:20th-century Indian engineers Category:20th-century Indian physicists Category:20th-century Indian chemists Category:Indian scientific authors Category:Scientists from MaharashtraQ: Static constructor best practice I have recently created a Java application, and for my application I'm using static constructors to start some of my application instances up. The application is multi-threaded, and I have a possibility of a few concurrency issues where more than one thread could be trying to start up at the same time, so I decided to add a static singleton class, which will keep track of the currently active application instances, and will make sure that once there's one instance running, no other will be started. Here's an example of the class structure: public class ApplicationManager { private static ApplicationManager instance; private ApplicationManager() { // Do some initialization to the application, in case it hasn't been started yet } public static ApplicationManager getInstance() { if (instance == null) { instance = new ApplicationManager(); } return instance; } // The actual application logic } So, ac619d1d87

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