The article discusses the various renewable energy resources & techniques available and implementing small-scale renewable energy techniques in traditional buildings. The conventional sources such as coal, oil and natural gas are nonrenewable and eventually be exhausted sometime. Our mythology, and current scientific studies explains, that the universe is made of five elements Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Sky. All these elements are great source of energy form ages. Currently we are exploring these sources of energy, with the modern renewable energy techniques. A renewable energy system converts the energy in sunlight, wind, water, geothermal heat or biomass into a form, which can be used to produce heat or electricity. These technologies are essential at present for energy efficiency and sustainable development. Further, the architectural form of traditional buildings in walled city of Jaipur has evolved in response to the climate, lifestyle and equipment availability. These buildings are excellent examples of sustainability and the efficient use of energy in the hot, dry climate of Rajasthan. However, due to subdivision of houses, population pressure, increased Commercial activities and changing lifestyle of people load on infrastructure is increasing. Lot of transformation has taken place in terms of addition and modification in building and installation of high-energy consuming equipments like for user comfort, which is leading to high energy requirements. As a result, load on energy and infrastructure is increasing and creating various environmental concerns. Hence, to overcome this concern application of alternate energy sources is essential. This article explores the Potential for application of renewable energy technologies in these traditional buildings and discusses the Government intervention to support these technologies..
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- Ar. Vibha UpadhyayaProfessor, Amity School of Architecture & Planning
Amity University Rajasthan, India
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Ar. Vibha Upadhyaya "Application of Small Scale Renewable Energy Techniques in Traditional Buildings of Jaipur" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-(IJRSI) vol.3 issue 5, pp.01-10 2016
Punica granatum L. is commonly known as Pomegranate which belongs to the Punicaceae family. Pomegranate has extensively been used as a source of traditional remedies and in the ancient Ayurveda system of medicine. The main objective of this study was to assess the phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of the peel and juice extract of the pomegranate on selected bacterial and fungal strains. The peel and juice extracts of methanol and mixture of methanol and chloroform extracts shown highest antimicrobial activity compared to the other extracts. Various bacterial and fungal species like Bacillus cereus, Bacillus megaterium, Bacillus subtilis, Escheichia coli and Aspergillus niger showed the zone of inhibition of peel and juice extract. Phytochemical analysis of the extracts used showed the presence of Alkaloids, Flavonoids, Terpenoid, Proteins, Free amino acids, Carbohydrates and Vitamin C. The extract of peel and juice were further characterised by FTIR analysis.
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- Priyanka KesurP.G., Department of Microbiology KBS Commerce and NATARAJ Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
- Mayur GahloutP.G., Department of Microbiology KBS Commerce and NATARAJ Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
- Poonam ChauhanP.G., Department of Microbiology KBS Commerce and NATARAJ Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
- Hirenbhai V. PrajapatiP.G., Department of Microbiology KBS Commerce and NATARAJ Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
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Priyanka Kesur, Mayur Gahlout, Poonam Chauhan,Hirenbhai V. Prajapati "Evaluation of Antimicrobial Properties of Peels and Juice Extract of Pucina Granatum (POMEGRANATE)" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.11-20 2016
Tremor being the commonest physiological disorder seen in most of the population is still believed to be early as sign of aging. Although tremor can be seen in earlier phases of life, many people feel that tremors are a part of aging and fail to report them to their physicians which hinder the treatment at initial stages. Tremor is indicated by an involuntary and rhythmic movement of the pen from side to side, resulting in irregular and shaky handwriting. Some tremors are more obvious to come in handwriting of the person actively or anxiously involved in some physical work without any emotional and chemical cause behind it. Such types of tremors are commonly known as essential tremors (ET) and are often mistaken with other forms of tremors in handwriting such as that due to age, forgery and some serious pathological and psychiatric disorders. This article will provide the reader with basic insight about essential tremors, their signs and symptoms and measures that can be taken to minimize the growth of such class of neurological disorder.
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- Sumit Kr. ChoudharyAssistant Professor, Raksha Shakti University, Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
- S. L. VayaDirector, Research and Development, Raksha Shakti University, Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
- ParveshLab Technician; Raksha Shakti University, Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
- Preeti SherawatJRF, Raksha Shakti University, Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
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Sumit Kr. Choudhary, S. L. Vaya, Parvesh, Preeti Sherawat "Understanding Essential Tremors: A Review" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.21-22 2016
Filamentous fungi have been widely used to produce hydrolytic enzymes for industrial applications. Fungal enzymes amylase were produced using fungus Aspergillus spp. under solid state fermentation. Screening of isolate no. S2 from soil was done to produce amylase. Various cultural conditions such as incubation time, temperature, pH, carbon source and nitrogen source were optimized. The temperature varied from 10 to 60 °C , pH from 3 to 11, and incubation period from 0 to 192 hrs. The optimum temperature of amylase was observed at 30°C, optimum pH was observed at 6.0 and maximum incubation period of amylase was seen at 72 hrs. The carbon source as sucrose and nitrogen source as urea were found optimum for maximum production of amylase from isolate no. S2.
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- Swati SinhaKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
- Mita VakilwalaKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India
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Swati Sinha, Mita Vakilwala "Effect of Various Process Parameters of Fungal Amylase from Aspergillus Spp." International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.23-27 2016
The purpose of this paper is to present the control system design of Tricopter. We have presented the implementation of control system in software in this paper. Tricopter’s control system mainly consists of two parts: Complimentary filter and PID block. The angles along X, Y and Z axis are taken from the complementary filter which acts as a feedback block. We have used the combination of gyroscope and accelerometer for finding the angle. We have also shown the role of the complimentary filter in finding out the angle along X, Y, and Z axis instead of using gyroscope and accelerometer directly. The second main part is the PID Controller which calculates the error in angle along X, Y and Z axis and produces an output signal which reduces error. We have shown the importance of the constant parameters of PID Controller. The results of this paper are tested on an actual Tricopter and also plotted in the form of graph using Matlab and Processing software.
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- P Venkata VishalM-Tech (Embedded systems technology), SRM UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI-603203, INDIA
- V. NatarajanProfessor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI-603203, INDIA
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P Venkata Vishal, V. Natarajan "Control System Design for Tricopter using Filters and PID Controller" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.28-31 2016
Many companies in India is struggling to find and retain the right person on the job as high attrition and employee turnover cause unforeseen expenses and even crush the whole business. So motivating employees becomes a vital part of every business. Today, India has seen a tremendous growth of working women and with more women coming into workforce, women motivation is gaining ground. According to western perspective, the main factors to motivate women employees are salary, providing recognition, benefits and opportunities of growth. But in a country like India having comparably low cost of living, salary satisfaction can be reached more quickly and working women look beyond money factor, as they give very much importance to culture and family, companies are adopting motivation practices like work from home options, maternity leave baskets, flexi hours, crèche facilities to take care of their toddlers etc. Therefore, it is a sincere attempt to explore what are the initiatives being adopted by Indian companies to motivate working women.
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- Swapna BohraResearch Scholar, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Commerce, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
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Swapna Bohra "Motivating Working Women in India: A Case for Consideration" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.32-34 2016
Invertase producing 17 isolates of yeast were isolated and characterized from different sample of fruits in which isolate R5 give maximum invertase production. The enzyme activity reached to maximum when incubation time was 48 hrs, and pH 5. Different Carbon and Nitrogen source were investigated for the enzyme production and sucrose and yeast extract was found to be best Carbon and Nitrogen source for invertase production. Incubation temperature 30ºC, inoculum size 5%, were found to be optimum temperature and inoculam size for invertase production.
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- Reena C. ChauhanKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professioal Science College, Vapi, Gujarat, India.
- Poonam B ChauhanKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professioal Science College, Vapi, Gujarat, India.
- Mayur GahloutKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professioal Science College, Vapi, Gujarat, India.
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Reena C. Chauhan, Poonam B Chauhan, Mayur Gahlout "Isolation Screening and Optimization of Invertase Production under Submerged Fermentation" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.35-40 2016
Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a Process of measuring electrical activities of heart. Every section of ECG is very vital for the analysis of different cardiac Issues. But the amplitude and duration of ECG signal is generally corrupted by different noises. The main problem in biomedical data processing is the separation of desired signal from noise caused by different reasons. Different filters are used to get the desired component from the unwanted signals caused by interferences. To get rid off from the noise , fixed co-efficient filters are not relevant because human behavior is not exact known depending on the time Adaptive filter algorithm is best suits to overcome this kind of issues. In this paper Adaptive filters are considered to reduce ECG signal noises . Result of simulations in LABVIEW (Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Engineering Workbench) are presented. The goal of this paper is to represent the denoising &Processing of ECG signals via LabVIEW . Lab VIEW provides a robust and efficient environment with its signal processing capabilities for resolving ECG signal processing tribulations. Lab VIEW is one of the Influential tools in recording, denoising, analyzing, and extracting ECG signal .
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- Purvi JainIET (ECE) Department, Mangalayatan University, (Beswa) Aligarh (UP), India
- Ankur DixitIET (ECE) Department, Mangalayatan University, (Beswa) Aligarh (UP), India
- Sunil Kumar MangalIET (ECE) Department, Mangalayatan University, (Beswa) Aligarh (UP), India
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Purvi Jain, Ankur Dixit, Sunil Kumar Mangal "De-noising & Processing of ECG Signals by using Adaptive Filter" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.41-44 2016
The purpose of this study was to yield high ethanol production by yeast under optimized condition. Glucose Yeast Extract medium was used for isolation, growth and preservation of yeast. A sequential study has been done by consecutive pH levels of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. The best ethanol production was obtained at pH 5.0. The various sucrose concentrations examined were 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10%, 12.5%, 15%, 17.5% and 20%. The maximum ethanol production was at 10% (36g/L). In case of yeast extract various concentrations examined were 0.25%, 0.75%, 0.5%, 1.0%, 1.25%, 1.5%, 1.75% and 2.0%. The highest specific ethanol production after 48hr was observed in flask containing 1% yeast extract concentration which was 47g/L.
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- Mansi VyasKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India.
- Mita VakilwalaKBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Sciences College, Vapi, Gujarat, India.
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Mansi Vyas, Mita Vakilwala "Optimization of Carbon, Nitrogen Concentration and pH value for High Ethanol Production by Yeast" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.45-48 2016
Many plants have been screened for antimicrobial activity and drug properties. In presence study Butea monosperma, and Tectona grandis were evaluated for their biological properties. Phytochemical screening of the extract showed the presence some common compounds like terpenoids, flavonoids, carbohydrate etc. The Antimicrobial potential of the plant extract was evaluated against different bacterial and two fungus species which shows significant inhibitory action against all the tested bacterial and fungal strains. In further study MIC and H2O2 scavenging activity of leaf extract was also determined.
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- Sweta DaruDepartment of Microbiology KBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Science College, Vapi. Dist. Valsad, Gujarat, India.
- Poonam B ChauhanDepartment of Microbiology KBS Commerce and Nataraj Professional Science College, Vapi. Dist. Valsad, Gujarat, India.
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Sweta Daru, Poonam B Chauhan "Evaluation of Biological Activity of Butea Monosperma and Tectona Grandis Leaf Extract" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.49-54 2016
In aqueous system the hydrolysis of six aldimines N-benzylideneaniline, substituted benzylideneaniline and its o/p-hydroxy-derivatives has been carried out to reveal the effect of substituents. Since the aldimines under study are insoluble in water, a mixed aqua-organic system containing 2% 1,4-dioxane (v/v) has been chosen to carry out the hydrolysis. The hydrolysis has been studied spectrophotometrically by varying pH at constant temperature 270C. The pH-rate profile in aqueous systems consists of three distinct regions. At acidic pH the rate is very fast which is followed by pH independent region, The rate remains almost constant within the region (pH independent region) and then increases with increase in pH . In micellar system(SDS,CTAB,TX-100, even though the same mechanism operate, the rates are found to be affected drastically due to the electrostatic stabilization of the transition states involved during the process by the surface charge of the surfactants and the distribution of the species in micellar and bulk water phases. CTAB is found to retard the rate constants drastically due to strong binding of the substrate with the micelle. The hydrolysis has been carried in two regions of each of the microemulsion, o/w and w/o regions(SDS,CTAB,BL-21). The rate constants of hydrolysis are always greater for o/w region than w/o region due to low reactivity of the water in later. The rate data has been explained on the basis of positioning of the aldimines at the interface.
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- Sagarika PanigrahiSilicon Institute of Technology (Silicon West), Sason Sambalpur-768200, Odisha, India
- Pramila. K. MisraCentre of Studies in Surface Science and Technology, School of Chemistry, Sambalpur University, Jyoti Vihar-768019, Odisha, India
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Sagarika Panigrahi, Pramila. K. Misra "Kinetic study of Some Novel Benzylideneanilines in Homogeneous & Heterogeneous Environment" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.55-66 2016
In-depth analysis of the nonlinear dynamics and chaotic behaviour of interconnection of neurons has been made in order to investigate the learning capabilities of this interconnection. Firing-rate recurrent neural networks are used to study the neuronal behaviour in a population of neurons. Dynamical behaviour of these network models is investigated in order to seek their capability to represent the presence of chaos in nervous system. Study of chaos and other phenomena of nonlinear dynamics in these network models can provide a significant help in investigating the learning mechanism. It is found that the response of the network highly depends on its parameters. Such type of model exhibits all types of dynamics namely converging, oscillatory, and chaotic with the variation in the synaptic weights.
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- Abhishek YadavDepartment of Electrical Engineering College of Technology, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar-263145,India
- Anurag Kumar SwamiDepartment of Electrical Engineering College of Technology, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar-263145,India
- Ajay SrivastavaDepartment of Electrical Engineering College of Technology, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar-263145,India
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Abhishek Yadav, Anurag Kumar Swami, Ajay Srivastava "Hopf Bifurcation and Chaotic Response in Nonlinear Dynamics of Firing-Rate Recurrent Networks of Neurons" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.67-73 2016
The scope of the present study is to find out how far the publicly available information1 is being used by the IPO firms and IPO investors. The models designed in the study all are based on publicly available information. The study period is from the year 2004 to 2013. It is based on a sample of 200 IPOs issued during the study period. The objectives of the study are: to see the relationship between long run and short run returns of IPOs and find out the determinants of long run returns of IPOs.
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- Neeta JainAssistant Professor, Amity University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
- Vikas MadhukarProfessor, Amity University, Manesar, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
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Neeta Jain, Vikas Madhukar "Pattern and Determinants of Long–Run Performance of IPOs in India" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.74-89 2016
Recently Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) is currently becoming a significant issue as it directly effects the Health, Financial and infrastructure development. Hazardous gas emissions from the waste, landfills or burning of MSW causes serious health issues to flora and fauna and human beings. Our Air and water quality is keep on deteriorating day by day. It is required to bring the innovative solution so that waste won’t be waste again and by utilizing scientific techniques we could use it as electricity or cooking gas. Need, Methodology & Vision of this study is sustainable development as it is believed to develop India starts with developing Rural India first. This paper focuses on technical feasibility only.
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- Shipra AroraResearch Scholar
Department of Renewable Energy Engineering and Management, TERI University, Delhi-110070
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Shipra Arora "Developing Suitable Selection Technique of Organic Food Waste Shredder of Biogas Plant" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.90-94 2016
Recent times have witnessed large concern regarding the global climate change and its impacts on society. The process is complex and needs to be understood well so that appropriate combative measures can be taken up. The satellites, with their capability to provide global uniform data on a repetitive basis are proving to be an invaluable tool in the study of weather and climate changes in a quantitative manner. The weather data available with many countries for past several decades is being reanalyzed and a long term series data with satellite observations is being created. Several unique observations from satellites such as sea surface temperature, cloud water content, energy budget of earth-atmosphere system will contribute to our study of weather processes and likely changes. The satellites play a key role in providing valuable observations for assessing the impact of climate change. India has a series of remote sensing satellites namely INSAT and IRS satellites operating in geostationary and polar orbits. These satellites carry CCD based imaging sensors and provide imageries of the Earth in different spectral bands. The advantage of satellites is its capability to provide data over large areas thus providing a synoptic view of the region. The climate change studies require observations at high frequency and over large areas which is provided by satellites. The INSAT satellite is capable of monitoring various weather parameters such as temperature, humidity, winds, rainfall etc. and using computer models it is possible to assess the weather over large areas. With long term series of data over an area, the climate change is analyzed and potential changes in temperature and rainfall are assessed. The IRS series of satellites provide observations over the Earth features such as water resources, agriculture, forests, and soil conditions that are directly affected by climate change. Over the past 4 decades, India has developed databases on all important natural resources in the country and these databases will be very useful to assess the potential impacts of climate change. The paper highlights the role of satellites and describes case studies related to agriculture.
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- B. ManikiamDepartment of Physics, Bangalore University, Bengaluru - 560056, India
- Kamsali NagarajaDepartment of Physics, Bangalore University, Bengaluru - 560056, India
- Sethuraman Ganapathy VenkatasubramanianCentre for Environmental Studies, Anna University, Chennai - 600025, India
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B. Manikiam , Kamsali Nagaraja, Sethuraman Ganapathy Venkatasubramanian "Satellite Applications for Climate Change Studies with Special Reference to Agriculture" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.95-99 2016
Airborne radars are used to provide high-resolution ground mapping. Basically, the ground mapping is done using real beam ground mapping. The problem with real-beam mapping is the relatively poor resolution provided by the radar antenna. To improve the resolution in ground mapping, the next stage of mapping i.e. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) mapping has been employed. Due to some limitations with SAR mapping, there is some reduction with the azimuth resolution. Doppler beam sharpening (DBS) is a next stage and is an effective method to improve the azimuth resolution of airborne pulse Doppler radar in its air-to-ground mode. In this paper, DBS method is implemented to enhance azimuth resolution from the moving platform (aircraft) by discriminating the different Doppler shifts from stationary targets at different angles with respect to the direction of motion. In the present study, we assumed required parameters and calculated Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF) and scan speed for the pulse transmission. By finding the Inphase data and Quadrature data we plot the image taking absolute value of IQ data array. We develop an algorithm for Doppler beam sharpening for different azimuth angles of target and finally obtain fine azimuth resolution. We have done Coding and Simulation using MATLAB.
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- Darshan Kumar JayaramAssistant Professor, Aeronautical Department Kumaraguru College of Technlogy, Coimbatore-641 049, Tamil Nadu, India
- Anushree GopalakrisnanAssistant Professor, Electrical and Electronics Department Kumaraguru College of Technlogy, Coimbatore-641 049, Tamil Nadu, India
- Sharad SharanUndergraduate Student, Aeronautical Department Kumaraguru College of Technlogy, Coimbatore-641 049, Tamil Nadu, India
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Darshan Kumar Jayaram, Anushree Gopalakrisnan, Sharad Sharan "To Improve the Azimuth Resolution in Ground Mapping Radar using Doppler Beam Sharpening Technique" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.100-105 2016
During an earthquake the principal attack on a structure is by horizontal force in different directions. The resistance of the structure against earthquake depends on elastic strength, inelastic deformability, damping capacity or a combination of all. In recent years there is a considerable research and development of structural control devices to control seismic response of buildings. Base isolation is a passive vibration control system. A base-isolation system reduces ductility demands on a building, minimizes its deformations, improves building performance and permits freedom to select different structural type. Swing Column is one of the Base Isolation techniques.
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- Nirali MehtaCivil Engineering Department, A D Patel Institute of Technology New Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India
- Keval AgolaCivil Engineering Department, A D Patel Institute of Technology New Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India
- Dharmesh ChandnaniCivil Engineering Department, A D Patel Institute of Technology New Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India
- Kumarpal TrivediCivil Engineering Department, A D Patel Institute of Technology New Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India
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Nirali Mehta, Keval Agola, Dharmesh Chandnani, Kumarpal Trivedi "Swing Column, an Emerging Base Isolation Technique: Drawing Board to Prototype" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.106-110 2016
The depletion of fossil fuel resources on a worldwide basis has necessitated an urgent search for alternative energy source to meet up the present day energy demands. Solar energy is clean, inexhaustible and environment friendly potential resource among renewable energy options. Therefore in order to satisfy load demand, grid connected solar photovoltaic systems are now being implemented in a accelerated fashion .A 40 kw grid connected solar pv system is installed at dtu in its commitment to become self sustainable. In our work solar potential of Delhi is accessed based on last 14 years average value of global horizontal insolation (GHI) value. Equipment specification is specified based on actual installed system. Finally economic analysis of grid connected 40 kW solar PV system is done to find out payback period i.e., the time after which system will run free of cost.
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- Pawan SharmaM.Tech Student, Delhi Technological University, India
- Anubhav UppalM.Tech Student, Delhi Technological University, India
- Dr. J P KesariAssociate Professor, Delhi Technological University, India
- Dr. Pushpendra SinghAssociate Professor, Delhi Technological University, India
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Pawan Sharma, Anubhav Uppal, Dr. J P Kesari, Dr. Pushpendra Singh "Economic Analysis of Grid Connected 40 KW Solar Photovoltaic System at Administration Building, DTU" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.111-115 2016
A single phase grid connected micro-inverter takes power from photovoltaic (PV) or any other low voltage sources which has to buffer the twice-line frequency variations between the grid requirement and the energy supplied by the PV panel. To operate over wide average power ratings wide range of voltage conversion is required. These makes the design of microinverter challenging. This paper presents the multilevel energy buffer and voltage modulator(MEB) that significantly reduces the range of voltage conversion ratio of the dc-ac converter stage . The microinverters must operate over by stepping its effective input voltage in pace with the line voltage. It replaces the bulk input capacitor and acts as a active energy buffer and reduces the total size of the twice line frequency energy capacitance hence reduces the overall size of the circuit.
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- Shobhitha SDepartment of EEE The Oxford College of Engineering, Bengaluru , Karnataka, India
- Someswari TDepartment of EEE The Oxford College of Engineering, Bengaluru , Karnataka, India
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Shobhitha S, Someswari T "Grid Interfaced Microinverter with Multilevel Energy Buffer and Voltage Modulator" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.116-121 2016
This study aim to investigate the concept of empowerment and examine the relationship between empowerment and job satisfaction among employees of Axis Bank in New Delhi..In banking industry employee empowerment and job satisfaction are correlated , it is assumed that satisfied employee can empower the responsibilities of an organization. Employee empowerment is only possible when the employees are fully satisfied with their job so first of all we check the job satisfaction of employees which is the prime factor of employee empowerment. Hear we used Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MCQ) , the purpose of this questionnaire is know howz one feel about their current job, what are the things that satisfies employee and also the factors for dissatisfaction. On the basis of the answers of the employee ,it is easier to list up the things which satisfied employes and helps to create empowered environment. A suitable sample of employees selected from six branches of the Axis bank in New Delhi. It consists of one hundred employees. A five point Likert Scale questionnaire containing seventeen questions extracted from the short form of Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) was administered for data collection. Majorly the questions are based on personal characteristics, but the questionnaire also includes some important dimensions of organizational structure. The results of the study states that: There is a positive relationship between employee empowerment and job satisfaction. The study recommended that management should give high attention for employees empowerment in all organizations in general. Some suggestions for further research and improving were also made.
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- Manisha JindalResearch Scholar, Department of Business & Management, Shri Venkateshwara University, Gajraula, UP, India
- Dr. Manoj AgarwalResearch Guide, Department of Business & Management, Shri Venkateshwara University, Gajraula, UP, India
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Manisha Jindal, Dr. Manoj Agarwal "A Case Study of Axis Bank: Relationship between Empowerment and Job Satisfaction" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.122-126 2016
Following the current popular trend in industry it is found that most of the applications are written using object oriented programming language hence emphasizing on the advantages these languages hold over the structural or other kinds of programming languages. Such a trend is yet to be found in embedded field. Hence to test the untapped potential of use of object oriented properties in embedded world, we develop a Real Time Operating System using C++ as the selected object oriented language.
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- Gautam Ganapati HegdeDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM University, India
- V. NatarajanDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM University, India
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Gautam Ganapati Hegde, V. Natarajan "Embedded Real Time Operating System Using C++" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.127-129 2016
The purpose of this study is to investigate stress values of composite torsion bar suspension system. In this analytical study, round solid composite bar is taken. The analytical was carried out on a ANSYS, which was built specifically to investigate the static characteristics of torsion bar used in vehicle suspension system. This paper provides fundamental knowledge of structural test and significant parameters such as stress, total deformation, equivalent stress are highlighted. Thus the deflections were obtained analytically. The results of this study could provide a better light weight torsion suspension system.
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- M.PrakashPG student, Gnanamani College of Technology, Namakkal, India
- R.SureshkumarAssistant Professor, Gnanamani College of Technology, Namakkal, India
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M.Prakash, R.Sureshkumar "Analysis of Hollow Torsion Bar Made of E- Glass Fiber Reinforced Composite Material" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.130-135 2016
Solar Thermal technology is widely popular and used. Solar thermal technology helps in maintaining the ecological balance as it saves Co2 emissions. It is necessary to design the technology for specific application and to have high efficiency. Solar parabolic trough has various application in the field of cooking, hotels, laundry, textiles, etc. and provides saving in non-renewable fuels. But however in this paper only cooking application is focussed.
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- Shubham GuptaPost Graduate Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering Delhi Technological University, Delhi-110042, India
- Prof. R. S. MishraDepartment of Mechanical Engineering Delhi Technological University, Delhi-110042, India
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Shubham Gupta, Prof. R. S. Mishra "Design and Performance Analysis of Solar Parabolic Trough for Cooking Application" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.136-139 2016
This paper present the overall design of “Healthcare Cushion Development” In this project we have design a new system the name is healthcare cushion development. Recent advances in the electronics industry and wireless communication have enabled the evolution of innovative application domains. Smaller embedded processors and systems have allowed a new level of mobile communication and interaction in everyday life In this project we have design a new system the name is healthcare cushion development. Recent advances in the electronics industry and wireless communication have enabled the evolution of innovative application domains. Smaller embedded processors and systems have allowed a new level of mobile communication and interaction in everyday life. A variety of applications lie within the wireless healthcare category. Initially, wireless healthcare (known previously as telehealth) mainly referred to a remote consultation of physicians located in different geographical locations for diagnosis and advice on treatment. The on-cushion circuitries are electronics attached inside the seat cushion for signal collection and pre-processing. An accelerometer is used to estimate the vibration strength, and multiple pressure sensors are used to detect the seated posture of the user. The analog signals gathered by these two types of sensors are collected by a microcontroller through data acquisition circuitry and an analog-digital-converter (ADC). A timer is set in the microcontroller in order to periodically send out the sensor data. The transmission of the data from on cushion circuitry to the mobile device is completed by a Bluetooth module,.
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- Nikam P. BAshokrao Mane Group of Institutions, Vathar tarf Vadgaon., Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Shivaji University. Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India
- Patil R. SAshokrao Mane Group of Institutions, Vathar tarf Vadgaon., Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Shivaji University. Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India
- Prof. D. P. PatilAshokrao Mane Group of Institutions, Vathar tarf Vadgaon., Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Shivaji University. Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India
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Nikam P. B, Patil R. S, Prof. D. P. Patil "Healthcare Cushion Development System" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.140-143 2016
The Wireless Sensor network (WSN) behaves as a digital skin, providing virtual layer where the information about the physical world can be accessed by any computational system. On the other hand, research on the indoor environment also has attracted a great deal of attention in recent years. It has been reported that the light environment affects the productivity of the users. In this paper we propose wireless sensor network-driven intelligent lightening system (WSN-ILS). WSN-ILS provides a light environment to each user by in-network processing in wireless sensor network. WSN-ILS achieves energy efficient lightening environment by performing an individual control to each lighting from the sensor node.
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- B. Jagadeesh KrishnaDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering SRM University, Chennai, India
- K.VadivukkarasiDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering SRM University, Chennai, India
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B. Jagadeesh Krishna, K.Vadivukkarasi "Energy Efficient Lightening System for an Indoor Environment using Wireless Sensor Network Based on IOT" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.144-148 2016
This paper aims at design and simulation closed loop synchronous single ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC) and synchronous ZETA converter are designed for stand-alone photovoltaic system. The biggest advantage being the circuit can produce both buck and boost operation. Here diode is replaced by pulse width modulation controlled switch to obtain an increase in efficiency. The output voltage ripple and output voltage stability for different load conditions are studied for both converters. The proposed synchronous SEPIC and ZETA converters are simulated in MATLAB Simulink. Hardware design of ZETA converter is built and results are compared with the corresponding simulation results.
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- Shashikumari JM.Tech 4Th Sem, Reva Institute of Technology Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Ramya NAssistant Professor, Dept of EEE Reva Institute of Technology Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Shashikumari J, Ramya N "Design of Synchronous SEPIC and Synchronous Zeta Converter for Stand-Alone Photovoltaic System" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.149-155 2016
1 in 6 couples suffer from infertility problem. The reasons for infertility are still not clearly identified. It may be due to environmental factors, genetic problem or personal characteristics. Due to infertility, people need to undergo infertility treatment. Various infertility treatments are available like IUI, IVF, ICSI etc… The cost and emotions attached with each cycle of IVF Treatment is very high. The Success of each IVF cycle varies from person to person and clinic to clinic. So a need of a system arises which is capable of predicting the outcome of IVF Treatment which can help people psychologically and financially. Many Artificial Intelligence methods like Rough Sets, Neural Network, and Artificial Neural Network along with classifiers are applied to predict the outcome of IVF Treatment. Various parameters the affect the treatment are identified through various AI Methods. The basic four factors are Male Factor, Female Factor, Embryo Characteristics and Treatment Characteristics and the various parameters under these factors are male age, semen characteristics, female age, body mass index, previous abortions, previous live births, previous IVF cycle, number of embryos, embryo transfer etc…These parameters are taken as input and produces output as pregnant or non-pregnant.
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- Mudra C. PanchalPG Scholar (IT), SVMIT Bharuch, India
- Ghanshyam I. PrajapatiAssistant Professor (IT), SVMIT Bharuch, India
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Mudra C. Panchal, Ghanshyam I. Prajapati "Prediction of IVF Treatment Outcome using Soft Computing and Various Classifiers: A Survey" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.156-160 2016
With the increasing of population and the reduction of available land, more and more construction of buildings and other civil engineering structures have to be carried out on weak or soft soil. Owing to such soil of poor shear strength and high swelling & shrinkage, a great diversity of ground improvement techniques such as soil stabilization and reinforcement are employed to improve mechanical behavior of soil, thereby enhancing the reliability of construction. Black cotton soil is one of the major soil deposits of India. They exhibit high swelling and shrinking when exposed to changes in moisture content and hence have been found to be most troublesome from engineering considerations. Black cotton soil showing low to medium swelling potential from palsana, Surat, Gujarat was used for determining the basic properties of the soil. Changes in various soil properties such as Liquid limit, Plastic Limit, California Bearing Ratio were studied. This paper deals with the complete analysis of the improvement of soil properties and its stabilization using Terrasil.
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- Chaudhari RiddhiB.E. Final year, Civil Engineering Students, BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
- Tabiyar SumanB.E. Final year, Civil Engineering Students, BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
- Bholanda HeenaB.E. Final year, Civil Engineering Students, BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
- Chaudhari ShivaniB.E. Final year, Civil Engineering Students, BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
- C. B. MishraAssociate Professor, Civil Engineering Students, BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
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Chaudhari Riddhi, Tabiyar Suman, Bholanda Heena, Chaudhari Shivani, C. B. Mishra "Mitigating the Quality of Expansive Soil Utilizing Terrasil as an Additive" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.161-165 2016
Now a days, in the development of any nation, the availability of Electrical Energy plays an important role. Energy crisis is increasing day by day. The major consumer of electrical energy is industry and in most of industrial units, a big portion of electrical energy is wasted because of improper and unplanned consumption. The energy which has been wasted by these industries is also paid. One of the solutions to overcome the energy crisis problem is energy conservation that can be achieved by auditing of energy. Implementation of energy audit can improve the plant efficiency and thereby reduce the energy wastages. So, there should be an energy saving cell in every industrial unit for continuous survey and to provide remedial steps for energy conservation. The present research work aims at analysis, evaluation and implementation of Energy Audit in the industry which will help in avoiding the energy wastage. The work presented in the thesis explores the possibilities to identify and then to minimize the energy wastages area in the industry. In case study of Vardhman Special Steels, in which the major electrical energy is consumed in motors, furnaces, compressed air system etc. study of instantaneous load analysis of motor has been done. The study shows the loading status of the motor, which helps in keeping a check as to which motors are consuming more power than they ought to be consuming. Hence the loop holes for higher power consumption have been pointed out and steps are recommended to avoid them. The work presented here also pertains to explore the possibilities of electrical energy saving in compressors, furnaces. It was observed that there is a potential for energy saving for which corrective measures have been suggested. Similarly, other energy porous related to various component of the industrial unit viz transformers, capacitors, water pumps etc. are considered. The analysis of each of these factors has been done and recommendations have been given accordingly. If suggestions and recommendations in this thesis are applied properly, the unit will save a large amount of electrical energy and hence electrical bills can be cut to certain amount.
- Date of Publication: 15 May 2016
- Munish SainiM.Tech Student, EE Department, M.M. University, Mullana, India
- Roopali DograM.Tech Student, EE Department, M.M. University, Mullana, India
- Gourav SharmaAssociate Professor, EE Department, M.M. University, Mullana, India
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Munish Saini, Roopali Dogra, Gourav Sharma "Analysis, Evaluation & Implementation of Energy Audit" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.166-170 2016
The project deals with an autonomous robot that locates and follows an object. It is mounted with a single camera above and is being controlled by a pc. The robot specified uses an 8051 family Atmel microcontroller AT89S52 with a camera mounted on it which is having video stream in a running mode where it captures the front view of the robot, processes the acquired frame for detecting the object and follows it without human interface . For processing the acquired frames using camera we need to include a software, which is MATLAB. The object detection or recognition is based on the concept of color segmentation using the thresholding concept. The color segmentation approach used is a high level segmentation technique whereby a color model using curve fitting is developed. Matlab is used because it offers integrated image processing toolbox..
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- Akansha JainDepartment of Instrumentation and Control, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida, India
- Dishank ChaudharyDepartment of Instrumentation and Control, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida, India
- Anvesh ChandraDepartment of Instrumentation and Control, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida, India
- Prof. Preeti JaidkaDepartment of Instrumentation and Control, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida, India
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Akansha Jain, Dishank Chaudhary, Anvesh Chandra, Prof. Preeti Jaidka "Object Detection and Tracking" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.171-173 2016
The evolving features of mobile devices have opened new avenues for research in Augmented Reality based Social Networking (ARSN) applications. Since the interest of the users in ARBSN applications is increasing exponentially, cloud-based services for these applications have become the need of the hour. Also, location based services are emerging as a necessary service since the content (images, messages, videos, etc...) to be accessed with respect to the location is quite larger. This has paved way for cloud-based, location relevant services for ARSN so as to ease the accessing of the augmented content effectively. This work focuses on developing an application for accessing the appropriate collection of augmented content with reference to the location of the mobile user. Initially the large volume of content (images) uploaded by the user is stored in the cloud as feeds. In order to increase the accessing speed, the feeds are constrained fetched and cached in the cloud. Whenever the user's movement is detected in the precise location, the range of content that has been uploaded by other users of the same group in the same location are post fetched and presented as an augmented content to the end user The frequency of user's movement to the same location has been validated using the Geolife Trajectories dataset [16-18] which traces the user's outdoor movement. Finally we demonstrate the proposed work using an Android based Smart Phone and the efficiency of the constrained fetching of feeds across various locations has been analyzed extensively.
- Date of Publication: 15 May 2016
- K. Indra GandhiAssistant Professor, Department of Information Science & Technology, Anna University, Chennai-25. TamilNadu, India
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K. Indra Gandhi "Augmented Reality Based Localization Service for Mobile Social Networking Applications" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.174-181 2016
In modern sciences there are several method of image compression techniques are exist. Huge amount of data must be sent and stored efficiently and effectively, the aim of image compression is to scale back the size and form of image without degrading the quality retrieving the back the original image. the best Haar moving ridge transform, it's the foremost simplest among separate wavelet remodel [DWT] is mistreatment. Together with Haar moving ridge remodel laborious thresholding has been applied to a picture. Later Run Length Entropy committal to writing has been adopted. The standard of the retrieved image is elevated by a parameter CR [Compression ratio] together with PSNR [Peak signal to noise ratio], image quality, mistreatment less information measure.
- Date of Publication: 15 May 2016
- Sindhu M SM.Tech Student (Signal Processing) REVA Institute of Technology and Management, Bangalore, India
- Dr. Bharathi.S.H REVA Institute of Technology and Management, Bangalore, India
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Sindhu M S, Dr. Bharathi.S.H "Image Compression using Haar Wavelet Transform and Huffman Coding" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation-IJRSI vol.3 issue 5, pp.182-186 2016