In this research article, the micro-channel plate detector has been developed which can detect passage of high energy particles through thin film producing several secondary electrons. The micro-channel plate detectors are used in a time of flight-energy telescope for the mass identification of binary products of the nuclear reaction. The designed MCP detector is comprised of conversion foil, reflecting mirror, supporting screws, and a base. The passage of ions through conversion foil produces secondary electrons which are reflected down by the reflector before the detection. The working of BMCP designed at BARC is tested with Strontium-90 (β source). The best feature of Micro Channel Plate detectors is its low value of fall time constant which is less than 2 nano-seconds.
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- Kushal D. BNuclear Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai - 400085, India
- B.K. NayakNuclear Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai - 400085, India
- A. SaxenaNuclear Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai - 400085, India
- S. SantraNuclear Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai - 400085, India
- Subrahmanyam N. B. V.Nuclear Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai - 400085, India
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Kushal D. B., B.K. Nayak, A. Saxena, S. Santra, Subrahmanyam N. B. V. "Modeling and Development of BMCP Detector " International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-(IJRSI) vol.4 issue 9, pp.01-05 2017
The paper analyses the effect of high altitude in facilitated oxygen diffusion in skeletal muscle fibre in steady and extinction states. The human body continuously consumes the oxygen, diffuses in muscle fibre as well as binds with the myoglobin to produce oxy-myoglobin. In absence of external oxygen supply at high altitude, oxy-myoglobin releases oxygen to meet its deficiency. In continuation of the process concentration of oxygen at the center of the muscle becomes zero giving rise to oxygen debt, highly undesirable condition. The condition, which determines the movement of point of anoxia with time depends upon the rate of absorption of oxygen in the medium and its altitude. Finite difference numerical method has been used to find the oxygen concentration at any time at any point in skeletal muscle fibre as a function of rate of oxygen consumption and the facilitated diffusion parameter at different altitude. The obtained results are compared with the results available in literature, which are in close agreement.
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- A.H. Ansari Dept. of Mathematics, ALBAHA University, ALBAHA, (KSA)
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Recycling of waste material leading to its reuse is a thrust area of modern technology. The basic idea behind this work is to regenerate waste silver from X-ray films and produce stable Ag Nanoparticles (AgNPs) using hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC). The regenerated Ag NPs (r-Ag NP) HPMC matrix was loaded with Ketorolac tromethamine (KT) as a representative drug to test the drug delivery application of the r-Ag NPs. The Ag particles have been regenerated from the exposed X-ray films by leaching process followed by purification and subsequently studied by several characterization techniques like X-ray diffraction analysis, UV analysis, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. The nanocomposite films prepared with HPMC have different concentration of r-Ag NPs followed by KT drug loading. The presence of r-Ag NPs leads to sustained delivery of KT over longer time interval leading to a useful application of an otherwise waste material.
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- Tapas Kumar Ghosh Department of Chemical Engineering, Calcutta Institute of Technology West Bengal University of Technology, Uluberia, Howrah 711 316, India Department of Chemistry, West Bengal State University, Barasat, Kolkata 700 126, IndiaDepartment of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, 92 A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700 009, India
- Sourav Sadhukhan Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, 92 A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700 009, India Budge Budge Institute Of Technology, Nischintapur, Budge Budge, Kolkata - 700 137, India
- Dipak Rana Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Industrial Membrane Research Institute, University of Ottawa, 161 Louis Pasteur St., Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5, Canada
- Gunjan Sarkar Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, 92 A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700 009, India
- Amartya Bhattacharyya Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, 92 A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700 009, India
- Dipankar Chattopadhyay Department of Polymer Science and Technology, University of Calcutta, 92 A.P.C. Road, Kolkata 700 009, India
- Mukut Chakraborty Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Industrial Membrane Research Institute, University of Ottawa, 161 Louis Pasteur St., Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5, Canada
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Tapas Kumar Ghosh, Sourav Sadhukhan, Dipak Rana, Gunjan Sarkar, Amartya Bhattacharyya, Dipankar Chattopadhyay, Mukut Chakraborty "Recovered Silver from Exposed X-Ray Plates used for Synthesis of HPMC-Silver Nanocomposite and Its use in Drug Delivery " International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.16-22 2017
Conducting polymers have been studied extensively due to their fascinating electronic and redox properties since their discovery in 1970’s. They are organic polymers that conduct electricity but do not show satisfactory mechanical properties. Because of their good stability and desirable conductivity, they are suitable for numerous interesting and emerging applications in many fields. However, their usage and applications have been limited as they cannot be melt-processed. Ionomers on the other hand are classes of materials that comprises repeat units - mostly neutral and a fraction of ionized units (generally not more than 15 mole %) having many unique characteristics such as ion conductivity, hydrophilicity and fixed carriers due to the introduction of low levels of salt groups. Its conductivity is dependent on humidity making ionomers unsuitable for electrical conduction at temperatures below 0°C and above 100°C due to the decrease of conductivity induced by the properties of water at (freezing or boiling). The resulting deficiencies results in poor durability of wet membranes and poor mechanical and chemical stability at elevated temperatures. This paper reviews literature on preparation, processing and applications of conducting polymer-ionomer blends.
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- Kingsley Kema AjekweneDepartment of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Technology, Kochi - 682022, Kerala State, India
- Honey John Department of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Technology, Kochi - 682022, Kerala State, India
- Thomas KurianDepartment of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Technology, Kochi - 682022, Kerala State, India
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Kingsley Kema Ajekwene, Honey John and Thomas Kurian "Progress in Preparation, Processing and Applications of Conducting Polymer-Ionomer Blends” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.23-31 2017
Indian banking sector is well organized and regulated. The economics and the financial situations in India are far well versed to any other country in the world. The competition that is created by the Globalization among the financial institutions and banking sector lead to perform compatible trade practices internationally. So, to withstand in this competitive world, initiated the banks to divert their activities and perform more social welfare activities. In the recent trend, many banks in India have created their individual brand in Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) by contributing towards the society and involving in welfare activities, the public and private sector banks concentrate on various activities like health, eradicating hunger and poverty, education, empowering woman, environmental sustainability, training, national heritage, disaster and relief management etc. to spend the CSR amount. The company’s act of 2013 under the clause of 135 has been made for Corporate Social Responsibility. In the present research paper 41 listed banks are selected for the study. This paper mainly focuses on the key provisions of this act and on the actual spending on CSR by banking sector in the financial year 2012-13 and 2015-16. The study also tries to find the gap between the CSR spending of listed companies in banking industry. .
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- Prabhavathi KResearch Scholar, Department of Management, Ballari Institute of Technology and Management, VTU, Bellary, Karnataka
- Dr. G P DineshDean, Department of Management, Ballari Institute of Technology and Management, VTU, Bellary, Karnataka
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Prabhavathi K, Dr. G P Dinesh "The Study of CSR Spent in Indian Banking Industry" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.32-37 2017
Under strategies of transforming connectivity India has second world largest road network. For socio and economic development it would be increased towards rural and urban area also. But at same time its important look towards construction sector as the increasing infrastructure development also increased with risks for road contractors and road Construction Company. So to minimize risk factor from projects there is lot of maturity models are developed from past decades but not with point of view of road construction project. This paper present advanced theoretical model that showing relationship of organization management and risk management process with the help of various literatures on the subject.
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- Ashish Suresh Bhosale P.G Student, Department of Construction Management, Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India
- K. Ravi.Prof., Civil Engg. Department, Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India
- S. B. Patil Assit.Prof.,Civil Engg. Department, Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India
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Ashish Suresh Bhosale., K. Ravi., S. B. Patil "A Conceptual Model of Risk Management Maturity for Road Construction Project" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.38-43 2017
The strengthening and stiffening of the system are most common dynamic performance improvement methods used for buildings to resist lateral forces. Bracing system is one of the effective structural system which plays a vital role in the structural behavior during earthquake. Present study is based on seismic analysis of G+19 stories building using CYPE-CAD to check the lateral force resisting behavior of the structural system. This analytical investigation is on RC bracing systems for lateral load resisting is compared with ordinary RC structures. By providing bracing systems the lateral forces are resisted by the structural system which have increased stiffness, deformability and decreases drift. This investigation has been carried using the parameters - storey displacement, storey drift, base shear and column forces.
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- Abhishek K. KPG Student, Department of Civil Engineering, SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.
- Rajeeva S. V Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
 Karthick S, Uday Kumar S, Geetha G, “Study on lateral resistance behaviour of high rise building with shear wall and bracings”, The international journal of Science & technoledge, vol-4, issue-2, pp 65-70, feb-2016.  P. V. Srivardhan, K Harikrishna, “Deflection Analysis of High Rise Concrete Buildings for Wind and Seismic Loads Using Bracing Systems for Plan Irregularities Using ETABS”, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, vol-9, no-11, Nov-2016.  Raghavendra, Sidarth Bejgum, Siddarth S Udgir, et al, “Seismic evaluation with shear walls and braces for buildings on sloping ground”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology vol-5, issue-6, pp 10210-10219, June-2016.  Umesh.R. Biradar, Shivaraj Mangalagi, “Seismic response of reinforced concrete structure by using different bracing systems”, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, vol-3, issue-9, Sep-2014.  Viswanath K.G, Prakash K.B and Desai Anant, “Seismic Analysis of Steel Braced Reinforced Concrete Frames”, International Journal of civil and structural engineering volume 1, no 1,pp 114-122, , 2010.
Abhishek K. K, Rajeeva S. V "Effect of Bracing Systems on Seismic Behavior of Typical RC Tall Building" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.44-49 2017
Indian construction industry is one of the important sector in national economy. It is one of largest sector in India contributes to growth of 11.1% of India’s GDP. Due to such a vast industry it is well known that construction has significant and irreversible impact on environment because it largely deals with the consumption of natural resources. Hence green supply chain management (GSCM) can play vital role to solve this problem in eco-friendly manner. In developing country like India the awareness about green supply chain management is in early stage. The issue of GSCM has received attention past decade among researcher in different industries but it shows that lack of research on GSCM in construction sector within India. The purpose of this study is to find out current situation and scope of GSCM in construction industries in India.
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- Prashant Bhalchandra Kulkarni P.G Student, Department of Construction Management,Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India.
- K.Ravi Prof., Civil Engg. Department,Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India.
- S.B.PatilAssit.Prof.,Civil Engg. Department,Ashokrao Mane Group of Institution, Vathar; Maharashtra, India.
. Noor Aslinda Abu Seman, Norhayati Zakuan, Ahmad Jusoh, Mohd Shoki Md Arif and Muhamad Zameri Mat Saman (2012). “Green supply chain management: A review and research direction”, International Journal of Managing value and supply chains, Vol. 3,pg.1-17. . Nimawat Dheeraj, Namdev Vishal (2012), “An Overview of Green Supply Chain Management in India”, International Science Congress Association, Vol. 1(6), pg.77-82. . Thoedtida Thipparat (2011). “Evaluation of construction green supply chain management, International conference on Innovation”, Management and Service, Singapore, Vol. 14,pg.209-213. . Ali Diabata, Kannan Govindan (2011), “An analysis of the drivers affecting the implementation of green supply chain management”, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Vol. 55,pg .659-667. . Elizabeth Ojo, Charles Mbohwa and Esther Akinlabi (2014), “Green supply chain management in construction industries in South Africa and Nigeria”,. International Journal of Chemical, Environmental & Biological Sciences, vol. 2, issue 2, pp146-150. . Odeyale, Solomen Olasunkanmi (2014), “Evaluation and selection of an green supply chain management: A case study”, International Journal of Research Studies in Management, vol.3, pp.27-39. . Kshitij Dashore, Nagendra Sohani (2013), “Green Supply Chain Management: A Hierarchical Framework for Barriers”. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue5,pg. 2172-2182. . Elizabeth Ojo, Charles Mbohwa (2014), “Barriers in implementing green supply chain management in construction industry”, International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Bali, Indonesia, pg.1974-1981. . Dr.Pa.Kaja Mohideen (2015) , “An overview of construction sector in Indian economy”. International Journal in Management and Social Science, Vol. 3,Issue 2, pg.217-226. . Pankaj Srivastav (2015), “Scope of green supply chain management in north Indian construction industries”. International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 4, pg.53-73. . Kamolkittiwong, B. Phruksaphanrat (2015), “An analysis of drivers Affecting green supply chain management implementation in electronics industry in Thailand”, Journal of Economics, Business and Management, Vol. 3,pg.864-869. . Kshitij Dashore, Dr. Nagendra Sohani(2013), “Green Supply Chain Management - Barriers & Drivers: A Review”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 2,pg.2021-2030. . Bachok, S., Khuzzan, S.M.S., Jaafar, S. and Baharudin, H. (2004) , “Construction Supply Chain Management and Coordinated Design Drawings: An outlook of the construction industry and sustainable urban planning In: 9th International Symposion on Planning & IT, Vienna”, pg.67-84 . Anuj Kumar, Dr.P.K.Vashistha (2013), “Management of Green Supply Chain : Need of Hours, International Journal of Engineering and Management Research”,Vol.3, Issue4,pg.1-8. . Srivastava,S.K (2007), “Green supply- chain management: A state-of-the-art literature review”. International Journal of Management Review 9(1), pg. 53-80. . http://sustainabilityoutlook.in . Wniemann, T kotze, F adamo (2016), “Drivers and barriers of green supply chain management implementation in the Mozambican manufacturing industry”, Journal of contemporary management,vol.13, pg.977-1013. . Kuo-jui Wu, Ming-Lang Tseng, Truong Vy (2011), “Evaluation of drivers of green supply chain management practices in uncertainty”, International Conference on Asia Pacific Business Innovation & Technology Management,25(2011),pg.384-397.
Prashant Bhalchandra Kulkarni, K.Ravi, S.B.Patil "An Investigation on Green Supply Chain Management and its Scope in Indian Construction Industries" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.50-53 2017
The objective of this paper is to identify the heart disorders, using LabVIEW. The proposed method deals with the study and analysis of ECG signal using LabVIEW Biomedical toolkit effectively. The considered device has been divided in following parts, Such as signal acquisition, interfacing data using myDAQ, amplification and feature extraction. Main chunk is ECG amplifier circuit built via instrumentation amplifier circuit (AD8232), followed by signal conditioning circuit with under taking amplifier (LM741). The DAQ card is act as ADC. Using LabVIEW tool the ECG signal is processed after that the ECG features are extracted with help of biomedical tool kit. The extracted features are compared with default parameters set in the code and the results indicates the patient is weather the patient is normal or arrhythmic. Subsequently, telemedicine application is provided which lets in doctor to view his patients ECG signal remotely and dynamically in web page in real time, and does not need to have any special requirements on his PC except an internet access. The target is achieved using TCP/IP protocol which is implemented in LabVIEW.
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- Dr. Channappa BhyriProfessor, Dept. of Electronics and Industrial Instrumentation, PDACE, Gulbarga, Karnataka, India
- Nishat Banu A.MStudent, Dept. of Electronics and Industrial Instrumentation, PDACE, Gulbarga, Karnataka, India
. “LabVIEW Based ECG Signal Acquisition and Analysis” Hindawi Publishing Corporation International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications Volume 2014, Article ID 380787, 11 pages . “ECG Signal Based Heart Disease Detection System for Telemedicine Application” Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Independent University, Bangladesh . “ECG FEATURE EXTRACTION USING NI LAB-VIEW BIOMEDICAL WORKBENCH” Department of Electronics Shri Shivaji College Akola (India) International Journal of Recent Scientific Research Vol. 6, Issue, 8, pp.5603-5607, August, 2015 . “A Smart and Wearable Cardiac Healthcare system with monitoring of sudden Fall for Elderly and Post-Operative Patients” IOSR Journal of computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE) Volume 16, Issue 2, Ver. VIII (Mar-Apr 2014), PP 126-133 . www.NI.com . “A Telemedicine Monitor Based On LabVIEW Web Services” International Journal of Engineering (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 3, Issue 1, January -February 2013, pp.1051-1053 1051 . “Real-Time ECG Transmission From Multi-Patient Toward Multi-Physician Using Wireless Communication Technologies” Journal of theoretical and applied information technology. 31st march 2011. Vol.25 No.2 2005-2011 JATIT & LLS. . “Study and Analysis of ECG Signal Using MATLAB & LABVIEW as Effective Tools” International Journal of Computer and electrical Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 3, June 2012
Dr. Channappa Bhyri, Nishat Banu A.M "ECG Signal Based Heart Disease Detection System for Telemedicine Application Using LabVIEW" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.54-59 2017
he paper describes the design of single ended GaAsFET (Gallium Arsenide Metal Epitaxial Semiconductor FET )mixer for 36MHz C-band for the application of satellite transponder. The design and performance parameter are relevant to the down conversion mixer with RF input signal frequency of 6GHz, LO(Local oscillator) of 2GHz, and IF(Intermediate frequency)for 4GHz which improves theperformance ofsystem by comparing the output without IF filter and with IF filter.The IF filter is designed with3^rdorder chebyshev response at the receiver end of the mixer to get the desired frequency and reject the unwanted signal frequency.Agilent’sAdvance Design System(ADS 2015) software is used for the simulation and analysis of the circuit design in order to optimize the circuit.
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- Usha.P Dept of Telecommunication Engineering, Visvesvaraya Technological University,Belagavi-590018, India
- Vinushree.S Dept of Telecommunication Engineering, Visvesvaraya Technological University,Belagavi-590018, India
- Dr.Nagamani.K Dept of Telecommunication Engineering, Visvesvaraya Technological University,Belagavi-590018, India
. Manu Raj, SandeepChaturvedi “A very wideband FET Resistive MMIC Double Balanced Mixer Based on Empirical Non-Linear Cold FET Model”978-1-5090-0157-6/15/$31.00 ©2015 IEEE . Maas S. A., “A GaAs MESFET mixer with very low intermodulation”, IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques., vol. 35, April 1987, pp. 425-429. . Steve Long, “Fundamentals of Mixer Design” Agilent EEsoft customer Education and Applications, Design Seminar, April 2001. . Stephen A. Maas, “Nonlinear Microwave and RF Circuits”, Second Edition. . David M.Pozar, University of Massachusetts at Amherst “Microwave Engineering” Fourth Edition. . Keng Leong Fong, Member, IEEE and Robert G. Meyer, Fellow,IEEE, “Monolithic RF Active Mixer Design,” IEEE Transaction on circuits and Systems-II: Analog and Digitalsignal processing, vol.46,No.3,March 1999. . Application Note, “Application of Microwave GaAs FETs”, California Eastern Laboratories. . Esmat A.F. Abdalah, “Computer Aided Analysis and Design of Single Gate MESFET Mixer”, Electronics research Institute, Dokki, Cairo,Egypt. . Chris Bowick with John Blyler and Ajluni, “RF Circuit Design” Second Edition.
Usha.P, Vinushree.S, Dr.Nagamani.K “Design and Simulation of RF Active Mixer for C-Band Satellite Transponder ” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.60-65 2017
A Branch Line coupler is a device which can be used as single transmitting/ receiving antenna or can be used as splitter or combiner. The branch line couplers are very small and high performance devices in communication and microwave industry. A branch line coupler has plenty of wireless applications in the design of microwave and RF devices, Viz. balance amplifiers, mixers and phase shifters, antenna/array feeding networks etc., the branch line couplers uses quarter wave length transformers. In order to realize Simple Square shaped configuration for dividing the power or combining the power in low cost fabrication. However, the reduction of size plays important role at low frequencies. Hence, the size reduction of the device is highly desirable in modern communication systems.
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- Vasanth Kumar M Fifth Semester UG Students, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering AIET, Moodbidri, Karnataka, India
- Gowda Rachita B V Fifth Semester UG Students, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering AIET, Moodbidri, Karnataka, India
- Prof. Pradeep Kumar K Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering AIET, Moodbidri, Karnataka, India.
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Vasanth Kumar M, Gowda Rachita B V, Prof. Pradeep Kumar K "Design and Simulation of Branch Line Coupler using MEMS Comsol Multiphysics" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.66-68 2017
The interaction of two cationic dyes namely, Toluidine Blue (TB) and pinacyanol chloride (Pcyn) with an anionic polyelectrolyte, namely, sodium carrageenate has been investigated by spectrophotometric method. The polymer induced metachromasy in the dyes resulting in the shift of absorption maxima of the dye towards shorter wavelengths. The stability of the complex formed between Toluidine blue and sodium carrageenate was found to be lesser than that formed between pinacyanol chloride and sodium carrageenate This fact was further confirmed by reversal studies using alcohols, urea and electrolytes. The interaction parameters revealed that binding between Toluidine Blue and sodium alginate involves only electrostatic forces, whilst that between pinacyanol chloride and sodium alginate involves both electrostatic and hydrophobic forces.The structure of the dye affects metachromatic shift and other interaction parameters. Among the two dyes, pinacyanolchloride being larger in size is more hydrophobic and hence induces greater aggregation when compared to toluidine blue, a rigid planar cationic dye. The extent of metachromatic shift was found to be 114nm for pinacyanol chloride-Sodium carrageenate complex and 81 nm for Toluidine Blue-sodium carrageenate complex. Also the interaction constants for Pinacyanolchloride-sodium carrageenate was found to be greater than that between Toluidineblue –sodium carrageenate.
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- Nandini RDepartment of Chemistry, MITE, Moodbidri, Karnataka, IndiaA
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Nandini R "Polyelectrolyte-Dye Interactions: Effect of Dye Structure on Metachromasy" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.69-73 2017
Recently employees working in the transportation service sector have been facing issues like: heavy work load, deadline, slim down employee benefits etc. Additionally, the safety concerns faced by female employees were important. Moreover, transportation employee like driver faces issues such as increasing fuel cost, unpleasant road conditions and increasing vehicle maintenance cost. On the other hand office level employees’/administrative employees’ dissatisfaction towards their job has been notified as lack of career path development that in turn strongly influences their attrition rates from the transportation service sector. Though, the employees in these sectors are better educated and more qualified than ever before, they cannot raise their voice for their welfare/benefits. Since, transportation sector is highly centralized within trucking companies that leads to unpleasant working environment. These issues could be considered as the prime reasons for high rate of employee turnover. At this juncture it is advisable to assess employees’ satisfaction towards HRM policies and Organisation factors and its influences on their intention of turnover. The study findings indicated that majority of the employees surveyed at both ABT and ARC were observed to least satisfied with both HR policies and organisation factors adhered in their organisation. The study further reveals that employees turn over intention is close linked with their dissatisfaction towards: organisation and personal fit, remuneration and recognition system,working environment and poor organisation commitment. Thus, it is suggested to the ABT and ARC parcel service companies to adopt strategic recruitment practices of finding right man for right job and always aim to pay them adequate salary and other perks. These organisations are also suggested to adhere very employee friendly work environment in order to enhance their level of satisfaction and to retain them as committed employees.
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- N.SumathiDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, India .
- S. ParimalaProfessor, Department of Management, SNT Global Academy of Management Studies and Technology, Coimbatore, India
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N.Sumathi, S. Parimala "Parcel Service Employees Demographic Profile and Retention (A Study with Special Reference to ABT and ARC Parcel Service Company, Coimbatore) " International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.74-79 2017
Damage reports on recent earthquakes have indicated that torsional motions often cause significant damage to buildings, at times leading to their collapse. The objective of this work aimed a better understanding of the torsional behaviour of building systems. In this analysis both symmetric and asymmetric structures with plan irregularity are compared. Symmetric structures have centre of mass coinciding with the centre of rigidity and the torsion effect in such structures occurs out of accidental eccentricity whereas in asymmetric structures have irregular distribution of mass and stiffness and its centre of mass and centre of rigidity do not coincide and hence causes the torsional effect on the structures which is one of the most important factor influencing the seismic damage of the structure. To assess the torsional effect on the structures in the present study 5 types of structures having same different perimeter area are considered and strengthened by introduction of shear wall cores. A simple linear comparison based on eccentricity is also carried out for the structures. Structures with asymmetric distribution of mass and stiffness undergoes torsional motions during earthquake. The performance of the structures is assessed as per the procedure prescribe in IS 1893:2002. Equivalent loads and wind loads are considered for the analysis of the structure. The analysis of the structural models is carried out using ETABS 2015 software.
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- Adarsh AM.Tech. (CAD Structure), S J B Institute of Technology, Karnataka, India
- Rajeeva S V Professor of Civil Engineering, S J B Institute of Technology, Karnataka, India
. Rahila Thaskeen and Shinu Shajee (2016) '' Torsional Irregularity of Multi-storey Structures'' International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology ISSN(Online) : 2319-8753, Volume 5, Issue9. . Dr. P.S Pajgade and Vipin Guptha (2015) '' Torsional Behavior of Multistorey Buildings with Different Structural Irregularities- A Review'' International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology ISSN(Online) : 2395-6453, Volume 1, Number 8. . Arvindreddy and R.J.Fernandes (2015) '' Seismic analysis of RC regular and irregular frame structures'' International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) ISSN: 2395-0056, Volume2, Issue5. . O. A. Mohamed and O. A. Abbass (2015) '' Consideration of torsional irregularity in Modal Response Spectrum Analysis'' WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, ISSN: 1743-3509, Volume 152. . Turgut Ozturk , Zubeyde Ozturk and Onur Ozturk (2015) '' Seismic behavior Analysis Of Multi-Story Reinforced Concrete Buildings Having Torsional Irregularity'' Challenge Journal Of Structural Mechanics, Volume 1. . IS 1893 (Part 1) (2002), “Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures”, Part 1 General provisions and building, Fifth revision, Bureau of Indian standards. . IS 875 (Part 3) (1983), “Code of practice for design loads (other than earthquake) for building and structures”, Part 3 General provisions and building, Second revision, Bureau of Indian standards.
Adarsh A, Rajeeva S V "Torsional Irregularities in Multi-storeyed Structures " International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.80-85 2017
Ransomware is type of malware and Trojans are types of cyberware that are designed to extort money from a victim. Ransomware can attacks on different platform like windows, android etc. It can attack systems in two ways, either can encrypt data or can block information. If virus is activated on system it can enable to spy on your system to delete, block or encrypt data until a ransom is paid. At present one of the most popular operating system is android. Ransom attacks can be prevented by paying closer attention to application permission request and by using prevention techniques. Prevention techniques can help detect and remove Ransomware without obtaining information about Ransomware. The focus of the paper is on ransomware attacks on windows, android and other environments. In windows ransomware attackers can be prevented by monitoring abnormal file system and in android it can be detected by paying close attention to the android manifest file.
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- Sonu B. SuratiDepartment of Information Technology Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal Institute of Technology, Bharuch, Gujarat, India
- Ghanshyam I. PrajapatiDepartment of Information Technology Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal Institute of Technology, Bharuch, Gujarat, India
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Sonu B. Surati, Ghanshyam I. Prajapati "A Review on Ransomware Detection & Prevention" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.86-91 2017
A distributed system is the collection of autonomous nodes may be fixed or mobile deployed with the purpose to overcome the load of individual machine. Replication technique is one of the primary way to split the data into small parts known as chunk and distribute into connected nodes. Replication is the important step for creating and making duplicate copies or version of existing file or database for maintaining backup of content. Study of distributed Systems concludes that there are various challenges like Security, Integrity and Confidentiality exist into distributed system and replication process. These challenges decrease the performance in terms of authenticity and accuracy. Security is one of the primacy concerns for trust based applications. A trust is the guarantee about the performance of the system with privacy and isolation of information. Various security schemes like Diffie-Hellman key exchange, Symmetric Key algorithm have advised by researchers. but they have some drawbacks related to the key exchange, eavesdropper to violate the privacy and not maintain integrity. In order to achieve confidentiality this algorithm like Diffi-Hellmam key exchange, Symmetric key and RSA algorithms are used whereas for integrity algorithm like SHA-1 is employed. This particular work is proposed to resolve the few drawback like authenticity, confidentiality and integrity of these schemes. Here, a security model has been proposed to achieve authenticity, confidentiality and integrity during the replication. Proposed solution would help to maintain the privacy of content along with to improve the system performance by distributing into multiple server. An Even Odd scheme has been used for chunk distribution and replication process. Here, collective the features of RSA and SHA-1 algorithm have been used to maintain the security, RSA is used for confidentiality and SHA-1 used for maintain integrity. The complete solution has been implemented using java technology.
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- Aarti BhawsarDept. of Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, SIRT, Indore (M.P), India
- Anand GadwalDept. of Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, SIRT, Indore (M.P), India
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Aarti Bhawsar, Anand Gadwal "Secure Data Replication in Distributed System using RSA & SHA-1 Algorithm" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.92-96 2017
Biosynthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles and its characterization was done and their applications were studied. In this study, zinc nanoparticles were rapidly synthesized from Zinc nitrate [Zn (NO3)2] solution using extract of Hibiscus rosa-sinensisleaves. The synthesised zinc oxide nanoparticles were characterized by different spectroscopic and analytical techniques such as SEM and FT-IR. The size of nanoparticles were from 40 to 60nm. The antimicrobial activity of the nanoparticles against Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus was studied by using minimum inhibitory concentration method and bacterial growth was monitored by measurement of optical density (OD) of solution and estimation of colony forming units (CFU) on solid growth medium. In this report we have worked on the application of zinc oxide nanoparticles in photo-catalytic degradation of synthetic dyes.
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- Date of Publication: 19 September 2017
- Praphulla RaoB M S College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Shriya K KotaB M S College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Sanjana ManjaB M S College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Praphulla Rao, Shriya K Kota, Sanjana Manja "Biosynthesis of Zinc Nanoparticles and their Applications " International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.97-100 2017
The concept uses free energy for powering up devices in time of emergency. Electricity is generated from renewable sources of energies i.e. Solar, Wind & Tidal Energy. The system is so conceptualized that it can convert electricity from any said forms of renewable energy sources simultaneously. For an instant, if a person is riding on vehicle it transforms electricity from solar and wind energy, like wise a combination of tidal and solar. The concept has a huge market potential as a product.
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- Date of Publication: 19 September 2017
- Arpit D PatelHead - Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SAL Engineering and Technical Institute, India
- Deepak UpadhyayElectrical and Electronics Engineering, SAL Engineering and Technical Institute, India
- Harsh ZalaElectrical and Electronics Engineering, SAL Engineering and Technical Institute, India
. Prof. R.R. Solanke, Review of Portable Hybrid Power Plant, (E-ISSN: 2321-9637) Special Issue National Conference “CONVERGENCE 2017”, 09th April 2017 . Pritesh P. Shirsath, Solar-Wind Hybrid Energy Generation System, (Iergs) Volume 4, Issue 2, March-April, 2016 ISSN 2091-2730 . Md.saifullaht, Mrs. Mohammed irfan, Karim ahmed, Ranjith Kumar .d “hybrid power generation using solar and wind energy’’, project no:-37S0987, Rao bahadur y mahabaleswarappa engineering collage, Bellary.
Arpit D Patel, Deepak Upadhyay, Harsh Zala "Three Tire Renewable Energy Powered Portable Energy Bank" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.101-103 2017
ONNO Schiff base can be used as powerful building blocks for the forming of the heterocyclic combinatorial rows and structure modeling of the potential biologically active compounds. Metal complexes derived from them possess excellent antimicrobial activities. Among ONNO Schiff bases, Thiosemicarbazone and its derivatives are important for synthesis of macro cyclic compounds. The transformations in their positions cycle were performed using reactions of acylation, condensation, heterocyclization, heterodyne synthesis etc. In this paper, we synthesized metal complexes of Cu(II), Zn(II), and Ru(II) with Thiosemicarbazone and their spectroscopic validation was done for various parameters. There antimicrobial activities screened by agar diffusion technique.
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- Date of Publication: 30 September 2017
- Sugam ShivhareDepartment of Applied Sciences and Humanities, SVKM’s, NMIMS, MPSTME, Shirpur Campus,(Maha.) India
- Supriya VyasDepartment of Chemistry, SVVV, Indore (MP), India
- Malvika SharmaDepartment of Applied Sciences and Humanities, SVKM’s, NMIMS, MPSTME, Shirpur Campus,(Maha.) India
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Sugam Shivhare, Supriya Vyas and Malvika Sharma "In Vitro Antimicrobial Activities of Metal Complexes of Onno Schiff Basesand their Spectroscopic Validation" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.104-115 2017
Big data is huge quantity of data amounting to exabytes or zetabytes of data. Big data is magnified by high volume, high velocity, and high variety information assets. Big data analytics is the process of collecting, organizing and analyzing large sets of data to discover patterns and other useful information. Big data analytics is performed using different techniques. This paper provides information about different big data analytics techniques such as social media analytics, sentiment analytics, video analytics, text analytics and audio analytics. To analyze such a large volume of data, big data analytics is typically performed using specialized software tools and applications for predictive analytics, data mining, text mining, forecasting and data optimization. Collectively these processes are separate but highly integrated functions of high-performance analytics. Using big data tools and software enables an organization to process extremely large volumes of data that a business has collected to determine which data is relevant and can be analyzed to drive better business decisions in the future.
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- Sowmya C LAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Rashmi NAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Rahul MAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Vinod Kumar K PAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Sowmya C L, Rashmi N, Rahul M, Vinod Kumar K P "Analytics Techniques for Big Data" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.116-117 2017
This article introduces the technical study, design, fabrication and testing of a microstrip coupler using artificially develop material. It is designed for microwave lower C-band applications. The dielectric substrate used here is FR-4 having dielectric constant 4.4. The novelty of this microstrip 3 dB backward coupler includes use of single negative material i. e. Epsilon Negative Material (ENG) for improvement and enhancement of standard physical and electrical specifications and parameters. Electromagnetic simulation results at 5 GHz match with the test measurement results of the fabricated coupler obtained using laboratory set up of Vector Network Analyzer. It presents new concept of inserting strip instead of rod structure to make Double Positive Structure (DPS) material an Epsilon Negative material.
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- Praful S. BhakharCharotar Research Scholar, Faculty of Technology, EC Engineering Dept., C. U. Shah University, Wadhwan City, Gujarat, India University of Science and Technology, India
- Vedvyas J. DwivediCharotar Research Scholar, Faculty of Technology, EC Engineering Dept., C. U. Shah University, Wadhwan City, Gujarat, India University of Science and Technology, India
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Praful S. Bhakhar, Vedvyas J. Dwivedi "Design of a Symmetrical Backward Microstrip Coupler using Epsilon Negative Material for Lower C-band Applications" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.118-123 2017
The paper examines the information about the work environment and its impact on employees performance. The work environment play a imperative role in performance and motivation of the employees. And it may create positive or negative impact about the organization work environment. The work environment is the place where the employees operate and the organization should have a proper work environment. It is assumed widely having proper work environment leads to increase in employees performance and motivation level and also reduce the absenteeism, turnover. The study was carried out in Belagavi and sample size of 87 with 15 questions was selected for the survey. The data was collected by administering a structured questionnaire and stratified disproportionate random sampling method was choosen. The questionnaire was framed using the 5 point likert scale. The finding were quantified using excel. The paper contains factors of work environment that influence the employees performance such as physical environment factors and social environment factors. After doing the survey it was found that work environment is more important for employees to stay loyal towards organization. It helped to understand the measure that can be taken to improve the work environment for making employees performance better .
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- Date of Publication: 30 September 2017
- Bhavya PatilDepartment of MBA, KLE Dr. MSSCET Belagavi, Karnataka, India.
- Dr. Deepak G KulkarniProfessor & Director (MBA), KLE Dr. MSSCET, Belagavi, Karnataka, India
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Bhavya Patil, Dr. Deepak G Kulkarni "“A Study on Work Environment and Its Impact on Employees Performance in Hospitality Industry, Belagavi”" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.124-126 2017
The paper examines the information about the customer expectation towards the painting service and different experience after getting the work done by painting service. Painting service is trying to make the service better day by day by knowing the customers concern and clarifying by implementing right step to overcome their concerns. Painting service is putting efforts in right path by interacting directly to the customers by asking about the service, here the survey helped the industry by asking 100 customers 18 questions about the service and shortlisted the part which can be improvise the service and over come all the concerns of customers. Paper contains the customer expectation from the company when customer gives business to the company there are certain priorities which customers expect for the service provider the survey made little easy to know all those here are few (a).Supervision. (b).Timely completion. (c).Quality assurance. (d).Warranty etc. And the experience to the customer by getting the service, there are many unique experience which came out by the survey. Happy and unhappy customers with the service will always be there at any service industry here the survey made attempt to ask customers directly about the service to rectify the area which need to improvise in the service to deliver better .
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- Date of Publication: 30 September 2017
- Pooja BapuriDepartment of MBA, KLE Dr. MSSCET Belagavi, Karnataka India.
- Dr. Deepak G KulkarniProfessor & Director, (MBA), KLE Dr. MSSCET, Belagavi, Karnataka India
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Pooja Bapuri, Dr. Deepak G Kulkarni "“A Study on Customer Expectation and Experience towards Service Provided by the Quick Painting Service Division in Paints Industry, Bangalore”" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.4 issue 9, pp.127-129 2017