Shabnam Khan

A Review on Various Enhancement Techniques of Heat Transfer by Using Artificial Roughness in Solar Air Heater

Introduction Energy is required to sustain our life. The energy resources are available on the earth in various forms like Sun light, fossil fuels, hydraulic energy, wind energy, tidal energy, geothermal energy & nuclear energy resources etc. Energy resources may be classified in two ways i.e. conventional energy resources and non-conventional energy resources. Our demand of energy is increasing continuously …

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A Review on Advanced Designs of Solar Desalination Systems

Introduction The increase in population, industrialization and agriculture development in rural areas are creating an imbalance between demand of drinking water and supply of fresh water [1]. The solar desalination systems have low maintenance and operating cost and are compatible with the environment in spiteof high investment [2]. It is estimated that about 6.3 billion people are living on earth …

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On Commutativity of *−Prime Rings With Generalized (Α, Β)−Derivations

Introduction In the last four decades, several authors discussed the commutativity of the prime rings and the semiprime rings that admitting automorphisms, derivations or generalized derivations that are centralizing or commuting on an appropriate subset of R (see [1], [2], [3], [4], [8] and [10]). Related concepts such as σ -prime rings and Lie structure of prime rings with generalized …

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Complex Decision Making by Complex Decision Making by use of Ahp: Case Studies Based on Kakda Rolling Mills Use of Ahp: Case Studies Based on Kakda Rolling Mills

Introduction The analytic hierarchy process (ahp) is a structured technique to help people in deal with complex decisions rather than prescribing a “correct” decision. the ahp helps people to determine one from many. based on mathematic and human psychology, it was developed by thomas l. saaty in the 1970s and has been extensively studied and refined since then. the ahp …

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Numerical Simulation for Visualising Effect of Surface Roughness on Flow in Simple Pipe

Introduction Earlier there were only experimental techniques available to predict the performance of turbo machinery and calculating the losses in flowing fluid even in pipes. The experiments were done on models. But observation of behaviour of flow was very difficult to observe and studying local parameters was very difficult [5]. With the advances in the field of computational mathematics and …

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Soft Skills : An Asset for Students

Introduction To begin with, let’s see what many scholars have to say about soft skills. According to (Schulz, 2007), soft skills complement hard skills and play an important role in shaping an individual. Further, hard and soft skills together constitute professional competence of an individual which allows a goal-oriented and situational accomplishment of working tasks (Kauffeld, Grote, & Frieling, 2003).Further, …

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Magnetic water technology: progresses, promises and challenges

Introduction Magnetic treatment is a simple and efficient approach where the target medium is exposed by a magnetic field (MF) or combination of MFs which consequently acquires different physicochemical characteristics1, 2. Magnetic treatment of different materials such as water, soil, fruit juice, fuels has shown transient and permanent modifications with possible therapeutic outcomes. Water is the most important compound among …

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State-of-the-Art in Maintaining Privacy of Data

Introduction While brings the enormous benefit to us, data mining (DM) technology also produces the inevitable question of the privacy revelation, which aroused more and more attentions by the field of information security and social aspects. It is very important area of research that how to extract efficient, effective, accurate and valuable information from the database under the private or …

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Pattern Recognition by Using Artificial Neural Network

Introduction The main purpose of this work is to develop; testing and design radically new in its effect of artificial neural network to facilitate recognition of flat character images in-particular numbers, symbols and Latin alphabets that uses the multi-parallel processes, with new structure of shared artificial network neurons. A stochastic artificial neural network based on the Boltzmann machine. We used …

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A Novel Approach for Identifying user Alertness Based on Fatigue Detection

Introduction User inattentiveness is a significant factor in large number of accidents. Statistics estimate that annually more than1,200 deaths and 76,000 injuries can be attributed to  related crashes [25]. The increasing number of accidents all over the world is due to diminished user’s alertness level. It is a major challenge in the field of accident avoidance systems to develop methods …

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Telemedicine Technology Transforming Healthcare

Introduction Telemedicine allow prison facilities to deliver high quality care without the cost and dangers of inmate transportation or the need for clinical specialist to enter the facility. Telemedicine substantially improves access to care while substantially reducing costs. Telemedicine brings telecommunication technology and medicine together to achieve better health outcome for patients. Telemedicine provides consistent access to specialist services, eliminates distance …

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Some Results on Common Fixed Point for Multivalued and Compatible Maps

INTRODUCTION Banach obtained a fixed point theorem for contraction Mapping, appearance of the celebrated Banach contraction  principle in 1922, several generalizations of this theorem in the setting of point mappings have been obtained. In 1971 Reich (1971) gave some remarks concerning contration mapping. Nadler (1969) was the first to extend Banach contraction priniple to multivalued contraction mapping. Rhoades (1977) gave …

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Synthesis, Characterization and Chemical Technological Studies of Vanadium Complexes with Gliclazide as Oral Antidiabetic Allopathic Drugs

Introduction Metal ion are required for many critical function in human .Scarcity  of some metal ions can leads to disease. Well – known  example  can  leads  to  pernicious anaemia   resulting from  iron  deficiency;  growth  retardation  arising from  insufficient  dietary  zinc, and  heart  disease in  infants  owing  to   copper  deficiency. The ability to  recognize, to understand  at the  molecular  level, and …

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Visualizing Architecture and the UNIVAC Computer Using Smut

Introduction Many system administrators would agree that, had it not been for forward-error correction, the technical unification of vacuum tubes and semaphores might never have occurred. This follows from the deployment of flip-flop gates. The notion that cyberinformaticians connect with concurrent symmetries is generally promising. However, IPv7 alone cannot fulfill the need for superblocks. In this position paper, we use …

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The role of Six Sigma in Quality Control

Introduction Meaning of Six Sigma Six Sigma  simply means a measure of quality that strives for near perfection. But the statistical implications of a Six Sigma program go well beyond the qualitative eradication of customer-perceptible defects. It’s a methodology that is well rooted in mathematics and statistics. Pyzdek and Paul (2009) and  Snee, et al. (2002) have studied the term …

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X-ray diffraction studies of Cu(II), Zn(II), Mo(II), Fe(II) complexes with Glibenclamide (5-chloro-N-(4- [N-(cyclohexyl carbonyl) sulfamoyl] phenethyl)- 2- Methoxybenzamide, An Oral Antidiabetic Drug

Introduction Polyfunctionally rings compounds and synthesis of their metal complex which have various biological activities and include hetero atom, have been formed in organic synthesis and coordination chemistry.1-6 Many trasition and inner trasition metal complexes have been synthesized for analytical and commercial applications many of medicinal use.7-9 literature survey reveals that the transition metal complexes generally crystallized with tetrahedral, octahedral …

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A Supply Chain Integrated Operation Research in Manufacturing Industries

Introduction Traditionally, commercial innovations in products, processes, and services typically were achieved within vertically integrated industrial corporations. During the 1990’s, however, the global competitive environment has shifted towards a horizontal on virtually integrated industry structure involving close interaction among suppliers, manufacturers, and customers — the supply chain. A supply chain is “an integrated process wherein a number of various business …

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Applications of Optical Sensors

Introduction Over the past twenty years two major product revolutions have taken place due to the growth of the optoelectronics and fiber optic communications industries. The optoelectronics industry has brought about such products as compact disc players, laser printers, bar code scanners and laser pointers. The fiber optic communication industry has literally revolutionized the telecommunication industry by providing higher performance, …

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Some Results on Fixed Point Theorems for Selfmaps

Introduction Khan et. al [2] initiated the idea of improving selfmap of metric space by altering distance between the points with the use of a certain continuous control function. Sastry and Babu [3] discussed and established the existence of fixed points for the orbits of Single selfmaps and pairs of selfmaps by using a control function, with several examples. Sastry. …

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