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Society, an amalgam of different species, has been constituted to provide a comfortable life to everyone whoever is blessed with life. Rights are given and duties are assigned to make it so. But how far this is true? Are not there communities which are panting under deprivations and exploitations, for whom there is no sky of freedom, no land of rights, and that is because they cannot be bound in the definition of a male or a female. The paper aims to throw light on the grievances of the lowest...
Topics: Society, Hijra, Community, Humiliation, Mockery
India’s centuries old tradition of ornamenting fabric has survived with the ravages of time and preserved local crafts, which reflects ample testimony to this great culture. Dyeing, Printing, painting, brocading and embroidery have traditionally been used all over the world to decorate textile and apparel articles. The present study was conducted to identify the products and surface enrichment techniques for development of different home textile and accessories/ utility articles for...
Topics: Home Textile, Accessories/ Utility Articles, Surface Enrichment Techniques, Entrepreneurial Activity
Internal Combustion Engines can be found under the hoods of 98% of the estimated 1.2 billion cars in the world. The quest for engines with better power and greater fuel efficiency has been persistent for a great number of years. New ideas and technologies have been incorporated into the current system in order to reduce the consumption of fuel. A six-stroke I. C. engine will radically improve on the concept of a four-stroke I. C. Engine. It will increase the fuel efficiency and improve the heat...
Topics: Efficiency, Engine-Head, Injection, Six-Stroke, Water
The study aimed to determine the assessment literacy of the Madrasah teachers and their experiences in classroom assessment. The study employed a descriptive research design. The respondents of this study were the selected Madrasah teachers in the areas of Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao, who participated in the Empowering Madrasah Educators Seminar. The study used purposive sampling and descriptive statistics. Questionnaires on knowledge, skills, attitude and level of assessment literacy, with...
Topics: Assessment Literacy, Madrasah Teachers, Learning Outcome & Revisiting Assessment Practices
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The research based on the development of anti-bacterial fabric using Neem . An antimicrobial agent extracted from the leaves & bark of Neem tree (Azadirachtaindica) was used for adding an antibacterial property to the blend fabric. Alum was used as mordant in dyeing. Different concentrations were used to treat the fabric with the antimicrobial agent along with the cross-linking agent. The antibacterial property was examined by AATC method against the growth of gram- positive & gram...
Topics: Antibacterial, Neem, Extract & Dyeing
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The study examined the effectiveness and curricular implications of the Capacity Building Program (CBP), a professional development program for K to 12 Grade 10 science teachers under Enhanced Basic Education Curriculum. The conduct of this study was anchored on the Context, Input, Process and Product (CIPP) evaluation model. Product evaluation of the CIPP model ascertained the extent to which a program achieved its goals. Thematic analysis approach was employed in the treatment of qualitative...
Topics: K to 12 Science Curriculum, Professional Development & Teacher Training Program
In present theory and practice of design of circular columns the main steel is provided along the longitudinal (vertical) direction of the column. But the replacement of this form of main reinforcement in to the cross spiral/helical form will lead to increase in its load carrying capacity by enhancing its ductility and earthquake performance.
Topics: Column, Cross Spiral Reinforcement, Helical Reinforcement, Ductility, Earthquake Performance
Background: Appropriate infant and young child feeding practices include timely initiation of feeding of solid and semi-solid foods from age 6 months and improving the quality of foods consumed as the child gets older by increasing dietary diversity and meal frequency, while maintaining breastfeeding up 2 years. The aim of this study was to assess current feeding practice of mother’s particularly exclusive breast feeding, dietary diversity and meal frequency.   Objective: To assess current...
Topics: Complementary Feeding, Dietary Diversity, Exclusive Feeding, Kemba, Gamo Gofa
This present article entitled "Classroom Management" investigates mainly secondary resources and observes classrooms in Nepal. The article makes and observes classrooms in Nepal. The article makes a query into the issue whether the classroom is managed as required for teacher, students and academic purpose. Finally, recommendations are presented for implication for better classroom management. 
Topics: Language, Classroom Management, Anarchistic Environment, Equipments, Motivations, ESL, EFL
Tomato soup provides several functional properties like satiating effect, nutrition and italso helpsin weight management. The aim of this study was to compare the rheological behaviour and color of experimental whey based tomato soup with tomato soup available in market. Experimental tomato soup fortified with whey powder, had more nutritive value and exhibited the rheological behaviour comparable to market samples. Experimental tomato soup exhibited shear thinning behaviour and followed Power...
Topics: Tomato Soup, Whey Powder, Steady State Rheology, Dynamic Viscoelastic Properties, Time Dependent...
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To safeguard many such endangered Indian aboriginal languages; Central Institute of Indian Languages in collection with the Bhasha Research and Publication Center, founded by Shre Ganesh Devi has published the original as well the translation of The Ramayan and other Oral Narratives of the Kunknas and many other like works with a spirit to empower the smaller mother tongues. Kunkana community comes from the Dang district of Gujarat, which is considered the extreme end of the western side of the...
Topics: Kunka Community, Kunkana Language, Oral Literature, Ramayan, Festivals & Rituals
Geotechnical evaluation of sub-grade soil material invariably forms as one of most important steps in designing of road pavements. Sub-grade soil, whether in filling or in cutting, is required to be evaluated for critical design parameters in the form of CBR, as per IRC-37[1] and MORTH [2]. CBR is an pragmatic test which is used in design of new flexiblepavements and rehabilitation of existing pavements all over the world. The conventional CBR test procedure is time consuming, relatively...
Topics: CBR, Dynamic Cone Penetration, Flexible Pavements, Lacustrine Soils, In-Situ Sub-Grade Strength
The theme of alienation is a characteristic feature of Anglo- Arab writers who lived in Britain and wrote in English. This paper studies the theme of alienation in Leila Aboulela's The Translator, together with its different philosophical, psychological, sociological, Existential, Marxist, and Hegelian  forms, and show how the novel's heroine Sammar is a multi-alienated female character. Moreover, the paper tries to identify the main reasons of this alienation among which are frustrated love,...
Topics: Alienation, Anglo-Arab writers, Leila Aboulela, the Translator
Free radicals are often produced in our body as well as food products as result of oxidation reactions. Antioxidants which could terminate these chain reactions by removing free radical intermediates and inhibit other oxidation reactions by being oxidized it selves are added to foods especially fatty foods for delaying rancidity and improving their shelf life. Antioxidants are able to prevent or inhibit oxidation processes. The protection of foods from oxygen is the basic principle upon which...
Topics: Oxidation, Free Radicals, Bioactive Compounds, Phenols
Instead of employing traditional Post Colonial mode of representation, the present research aims at the textual analysis of an Afghan-American writer Khaled Hosseini’s two novels — And The Mountains Echoed and A Thousand Splendid Suns under the Cultural mode of representation. Delimited to Raymond Williams’ concepts of cultural criticism i.e. ‘documentary’ and ‘social’, the analysis is comparative in nature that highlights the quality of representation of Afghan culture in the...
Topics: Representation, Marriage, Culture, Matriarchal, Patriarchal, Patrilocal, Endogamous, Social...
This paper presents the dynamic d-q axis modeling of three phase squirrel cage induction motor in different reference frames i.e. stationary, rotor, and synchronous rotating reference frames and observed the dynamic response of the induction motor using MATLAB/SIMULINK software environment. The d-q reference frame theory for induction motor helps to design process of motor-drive systems eliminating design mistakes and in the prototype construction and testing. We observed that the machine...
Topics: Dynamic Model, MATLAB/SIMULINK, Induction Motor, Reference Model, dqo, Flux Linkages
In the conventional DTC, the selected voltage vector is applied for the whole switching period regardless of the magnitude of the torque error. This can result in high torque ripple. A better drive performance can be achieved by varying the duty ratio of the selected voltage vector during each switching period according to the magnitude of the torque error and position of the stator flux. A duty ratio control scheme for an inverter-fed induction machine using DTC method is presented in this...
Topics: Torque Ripple, Direct Torque Control (DTC), Induction Motor, Fuzzy Logic
The main part to present in this paper is to focus on the different types of shortcomings of the system that we have implemented in order to enhance the system further for better working. The main objective of this paper is the processing of the defective fabric parts. Also in order to work on the system we have also focused on the qualities of the system. In Textile industry automatic fabric inspection is important to maintain the quality of fabric. This paper proposes an approach to recognize...
Topics: Image Processing, Gray Image, Histogram, Thresholding, Flaws
Dalit writing is always coming forward for asking their natural right. The question of identity and equality is dominant theme in writings of Dalit writers. Especially, if themselves are the sufferers. All this started from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkars vision. Dalit Poetry is not the exception to this. Though very few writers are successful to publish their works in book form, it is worth mentioning their names in the canon of World Poetic Literature. My topic will focus on the poets and their works...
Topics: Dalit Writing, Poetry, Women Poets
The paper shows how Sidhwa's deft handling of the sensitive theme of Partition and episodic fictionalization of events through the Parsi girl Lenny's eyes deciphers the literal and figurative meaning of the title of the novel “Cracking India”. As the narrative progresses, it reveals that her subjectivity is mediated by a community identity undergoing a dual crisis. The shift of power from a British to the Hindu and Muslim centric states of India and Pakistan respectively indicates the end...
Topics: Cracking, Metaphor, Independence, Partition, Nationality, Community
The insulated state is one of the most important problems of transformer because incipient faults are the major cause for the deterioration of insulation in the transformers. Low-cost, online incipient fault detection for Transformers is essential due to high cost involved in conventional methods. Electrical, Thermal, or Chemical effects can be observed during fault condition. One of the simplest and most effective ways to monitor a transformer condition is through temperature sensors. In this...
Topics: Transformer, Microcontroller, Sensors, Fault
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Syzygiumcumini is a plant with high nutritional properties and medicinal value. It is known a s Jamun  or Black plum is an important summer fruit. The black plum helps to relieve stomach pain, carminative, anti-scorbutic and diuretic.  German is good to reduce enlargement of spleen, diarrhoea, urinary retention problems, boost immunity, aids digestion, and prevent diabetes. It is rich in an tioxidants and has anti ageing properties, anti carcinogenic properties and astringent properties.
Topics: Antioxidants, Anti Ageing Properties, Anti Carcinogenic Properties, Astringent Properties,...
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Supply chains can be basically defined, as a group of interconnected companies that adds some sort of value, to a stream of transforming inputs from the source to the end product that are demanded by the end customers. The increasing globalization, which has led to increase in the demand of the products, has forced the companies for outsourcing and which, in turn has led to supply chain management. To deliver quality along with effective prices, supply chain management has become the need of...
Topics: Transformed Inputs, Globalization & Chain Management
Poultry farm is the main source of chicken in over the world. In the last few years, tannery waste, owing to high protein content, has been used in the manufacture of poultry feed in Bangladesh. A large amount of chromium, one of the toxic chemicals, is usually found in tannery wastes which are the most direct way of chromium contamination in food chain. At first, here we present the experimental evidence for the transport mechanism of chromium from tannery wastes to poultry meat as well as the...
Topics: Tannery Waste, Chromium, Poultry Feed, Chicken Meat, Human, Carcinogenic Effect
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In the operation of any machinery the most primary safety system is the braking system. The most basic designs of the braking system involve the conversion of kinetic energy to heat energy by friction. This is accomplished by friction between two rubbing surfaces. These brakes pose several problems i.e. significant wear, fading, complex and slow actuation etc. This paper is an attempt to solve these problems, where a contactless magnetic brake has been developed by using a metals disc which...
Topics: COMSOL, Eddy Current Brake & Permanent Magnet
The effects of drying methods, such as sun drying at 30- 42 C, tray drying at 60 C and lyophilizer drying, on the quality of dried two local varieties of green chilli in India (Pusa Jwara and Jalapeno M) were investigated. It used for drying method for getting powder after that the bioactive compound were determined. The result showed that the bio-active compound were found higher in variety Pusa Jwara than Jalapeno M, also the result showed that the lyophilizer drying method was the best...
Topics: Green Chilli, Green Chilli Powder, Bioactive Compounds, Drying Methods
The present study was to develop a cost-effective and eco-friendly separation and purification method of bioactive phenolics from Phanerochaete chrysosporium biomass using aqueous two-phase extraction system. The extraction system comprised of 50% (w/w) ethanol, 20% (w/w) di-potassium hydrogen phosphate, distilled water and solid biomass. The extraction was conducted at different temperatures range, from 25°C to 65°C for 2 hours at pH 7. The highest partition coefficient (K) and recovery (R)...
Topics: Aqueous Two-Phase Extraction, Phenolics, Partition Behaviour, Thermodynamic Characteristics,...
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The development of new processes in the textile industry entails designing methodologies to select adequate supplies that fit these new processes requirements. This paper presents a methodology used to select a textile binder that fulfill technical specifications of a new process to produce nonwoven fabrics, highlighting mainly its ability to form a protective film on the textile fibers and cohesion them without staining, weakening or breaking them. The proposed methodology involves three major...
Topics: Binder, Chemical Products, Selection Methodology, Textile Supplies & Textile Fiber
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This investigation was undertaken to study the effect of different levels of fly ash and vermicompost on growth of lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus Nees) during the year 2014-2015, at Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP), Boduppal, Hyderabad. The results enunciated that among the treatments, T7 (FA 6 t/ha + VC 4t /ha) recorded significantly maximum plant height (154.6 cm and 123.7 cm), number of tillers (42 and 54), number of leaves (142 and 182), leaf area (207.4 cm2 and...
Topic: FA (Fly Ash) & VC (Vermicompost)
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The workload of female basket weavers was analyzed in this research study. Purposive random sampling method was used to select the respondents. A structured questionnaire and body map was used to determine the body pain and discomforts. The results revealed that most of the respondents experienced body pain in the neck, shoulder, upper arm, lower arm, wrist, fingers, ankle and toes. The frequency and intensity of pain varies from activity to activity performed by the weavers. Majority of the...
Topics: Bamboo Basket, Weaving, Female, Workload, Body Map & Body Pain
Dextrin stabilized Selenium spherical nanoparticles have been successfully synthesized from a simple and a wet chemical approach by reducing sodium selenite, a selenium salt with Ascorbic Acid at room temperature in this study. The stirring effect and the effect of varied ratios were studied on controlling the nucleation of the nanoparticles (20-30nm) and reducing the polydispersity index. The nanoparticles were coated with dextrin maintaining the stability of thenanoparticles. The morphology...
Topics: Selenium, Nanoparticles, Dextrin, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Selenite and Polydispersity Index
This study investigated the effect of English pronouncing Dictionary (e-EPD) instructional resource on senior secondary school students’ interest in oral English. The study employed the non-randomized pre-test, post-test control group quasi experimental design. One research question and one null hypothesis were formulated to guide the study. The area of the population of the study was Enugu East Local government area of Enugu state consisted of 130 senior secondary class two (SS2) students of...
Topics: Oral English, Dictionary, Resource, Interest, Test
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This paper deals with the deployable mechanisms of nanosatellite like an antenna, Cubesat deployer. A suitable communication antenna as per the CubeSat standard was considered for QB50. The design and deploying mechanism was modeled. A suitable mechanical design was incorporated to deploy the antennas once in orbit. Also, a CAD model of the Cubesat deployed for the Cubesat as per QB50 standards is modeled by using SOLIDWORKS soft. This CAD model is to be subjected to vibration analysis using...
Topic: Cubesat Deployer & Vibration Analysis
In the present paper, we obtain a unique common fixed point theorem for three self -maps on complete metric space satisfying a new contraction condition which significantly covers the result of Banach [2] (see also [5], [11]).  Mathematics Subject Classification: 47H10; 54H25
Topics: Common Fixed Point, Complete Metric Space, Contraction Mapping
Design and development of Water Jet Impingement Cooling System for improving mechanical and metallurgical properties of steel using locally sourced materials was carried out. The modification comprised the introduction of water pump, adjustable impingement gap mechanism and replacement of complicated hydraulic/chain conveyor mechanism with screw conveyor mechanism. The plant was designed, fabricated and instrumented with temperature and flow probes to simulate the actual operating conditions of...
Topics: Controlled Water Jet Impingement Cooling System, Impingement Gaps, Steel Plates, Mechanical &...
The novel helps quite a lot to know about the human relationship in the contemporary society. When the different characters are considered individually what comes to one's mind is that the human relations arc attached no significance in the society portrayed in the novel. In short, contemporary religion does not occupy an enviable position in the eyes of the novelist. For the same reason she takes every opportunity to criticize it rather mercilessly.
Topics: Contemporary Society, Criticism of the Hindu Society, Political Scene, Indo - Anglian Novel,...
Carbon steel is widely used as pipeline materials in transporting petroleum products from one region to another. However, the pipeline systems are often corroded due to environmental factors which affect the pipeline integrity. Atmospheric corrosion of carbon steel pipeline materials is influenced by many environmental factors which increase the corrosion rate of these steel materials when in operation in different coastal regions. Experiments have been used to investigate the impacts of some...
Topics: Carbon Steel, Environmental Factors, Hydrogen Sulphide, Temperature, Pipeline
Fear is a familiar feeling that we have experienced it for many times in our lives. Actually, it generates from the lack of safety and security. The needing for safety and security begins from the lack of feeling danger, and if this need does not provided, other needs which are more important will not supply too. Therefore, supplying these too needs have been the major concern of knowledge of urban design. Generally, security has two main concrete and abstract dimensions. The abstract dimension...
Topics: Fear, Security, Participatory Approach, Women, Urban Public Spaces
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A common issue in many practical applications associated with pattern classification is data incomplete or missing data due to various reasons that differ based on the applications. Missing data imputation is a promising approach used to handle this issue, which fills the missing attributes with estimated values following several techniques. This paper proposes a new strategy for data imputation and classification using a hybrid prediction model that combines Hybrid Kernel Fuzzy Clustering...
Topics: Data Incompleteness, Missing Data Imputation, FCM, Classification & Neural Network
Laboratory and soil cultured experiments were conducted to evaluate: the allelopathic activities of the fresh shoot aqueous extracts of Tithonia diversifolia (FSET) and Chromolaena odorata (FSEC) at concentrations 50%, 80% and 100% on the germination, radicle and plumule growth of Hibiscus sabdariffa plants, investigate the effects of 100%FSET and 100%FSEC on the growth, chlorophyll pigments, ascorbic acid and protein contents of this plant. Seed germination and juvenile seedling growth were...
Topics: Allelopathic, Ascorbic Acid, Chromolaena odorata, Concentration-Dependent, Hibiscus sabdariffa,...
This paper introduces two critical success factors in supply chain management in the banking sector in Ghana after confirming six factors in a previous study. A quantitative research approach was used. The population of the study was employees in selected commercial banks in Ghana. The simple random sampling procedure was used to select 144 respondents. The Exploratory Factor Analysis retains six (6) success factors of supply chain management. The study shows that planning, competency,...
Topics: Supply Chain, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Success, Critical Success Factors,...
This study aims to elucidate the specific contexts of Classical Korean poems composed by two nationally recognized writers, Yi Chi-ran and Kim Ch’ung-sŏn. Both of them and their poems have recently begun to be noticed by some scholars in the Korean academic world. This is related to the fact that they both were born in places regarded as part of the uncivilized, outside the Chinese world by Korean people who had regularly classified a man according to his inborn characteristics into two...
Topics: Classical Korean Poetry, Discriminatory Views and Attitudes, the Civilized and the Uncivilized, Yi...
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India is known for its rich, colourful and varied heritage of clothing each representing a cultural tradition of its own. Reflecting true colourfulness and grace, Indian costumes offer the world the amazing styles resulting out of intermingling of cultures. An ethnographic research was conducted to study the tribal costume of the Tibetans residing in Exile: Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh region of India. The article outlines the connotation of the Tibetans culture, elaborates the aesthetic...
Topics: Costume, Khamba Tribe, Tibet In Exile- Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
To carry out Comprehensive Experimental, Analytical and Numerical investigations with the Commercial small Fan Blade Physical models to find Efficiency of Energy conversion based on Energy Possessed by the rotating fan blades. Explained with Analytical Reasons and worked with Computer Numerical Fluid Dynamics calculations for both useful energy produced and energy wasted by the running Physical actual commercial fan blades are completed for Ten Individual small Fan Blades. The whole aim is by...
Topics: Fan Blade, Numerical Fluid Mechanics, Digital Tachometer, CFD Computerized Fluid Dynamics
All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) are used to handle a wider variety of terrains and are specifically used in border patrol, oil exploration and surveying. In this study, an Epicyclic Gearbox has been designed, analysed and manufactured for its use in an ATV. Epicyclic Gearbox which is generally used in Tractors, High Speed Gas turbines and Construction Equipment has features such as rotating axes of certain gears, certain gears in mesh with multiple gears at the same time and co-axiality of input...
Topics: Epicyclic Gearbox, Power Train, Gearbox Manufacturing, ANSYS, Solid Works
Dental fear is one of the most common fear, which is classified as a specific fear according to Diagnostics and Statistics of Psychic Disorders DSM-IV. Dental phobia leads to avoidance of treatment, which in turn leads to deterioration of oral health.The anxious mood of a child prior to any frightening situation may affect a person’s capacity for work and also affects the social activity. Children with dental fear avoid to address the Dentist in cases of neglected dental problems, be it the...
Topics: Anxiety, Dental Anxiety, Fear, Phobia, Odontophobia
The effect of planting dates viz., 15th October, 30th October, 15th November at three spacing i.e., 15 cm X 15 cm (S1), 30 cm X 15 cm (S2) and 30 cm X 30 cm (S3) on yield and quality parameters of two beet root cultivar viz., Crimson Globe (C1) and Detroit Dark Red (C2) was investigated. Among the planting dates, 30th October planting significantly increased number of leaves and leaf area per plant, induced earlier root maturity, improved root width, increased root length and enhanced root...
Topics: Beet Root, Planting Date, Spacing, Cultivars
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Dina Mehta – the playwright, novelist and short story writer is a rebel in creativity by writing primarily for new women. She is a champion in her own special way for her emphasis is much on self- autonomy than combating gender victimization. Her concept of new woman is adorned with the glory of human dignity as “assertive being”. The paper understudy explores the concept of post feminism with reference to the short story of Dina Mehta to highlight her “equality portrayal” of woman...
Topics: Post Feminism, Womanhood & Assertive Being
The shortest path problem is an important classical network optimization problem arising from many applications including robotics, networking, VLSI design and transportation. In most situations, however, some issues of a network-theoretic problem may be uncertain. In conventional shortest path problems, there always an assumption that one who takes the decision is certain about the parameters (distance, time etc.) between different possible vertices in the network G={V,E}. But while...
Topics: Genetic Algorithm, Generalized Trapezoidal Fuzzy Number, Select ion, Population Initialization,...
The purpose of this paper is to study the disassembly and reassembly criteria and parameters in the maintenance activities context although such initiative has been tabled for other purposes like recycling, remanufacturing, etc. Measuring Dis/re-assembly activities is a complex task due to the various variant disassembly metrics and contexts. Time spent for dis /re-assembly faulty component should be well-deducted and standardized based on appropriate selected disassembly parameters. So, we...
Topics: Disassemblability, Reassemblability, Evaluation, Disassembly/Reassembly Metrics, Modeling,...
This paper identifies the critical success factors in supply chain management in the banking sector in Ghana. A quantitative research approach was used. The population of the study was employees in selected commercial banks in Ghana. The simple random sampling procedure was used to select 144 respondents. The Exploratory Factor Analysis retains six (6) success factors of supply chain management. Out of the 6 factors, “motivation” contributes the highest amount of variation of 43.2%. The...
Topics: Supply Chain, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Process, Supply Chain Success, Critical Success...
Transformer insulation aging diagnosis is important for all the condition assessment Dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is one of the most useful techniques and tools to detect the incipient faults in large oil filled transformers. Various methods have been developed to interpret DGA results. Among them are the Key Gas, Rogers Ratio, Logarithmic Nomo graph, Dorenenburg, IEC Ratio and Duval Triangle. This paper uses the DGA data from different cases to test the accuracy and consistency of these...
Topics: Transformer, Insulation Aging, DGA, Interpretation Methods, Artificial Neural Network (ANN), Fault...
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Caught in the middle of an ancient culture dating back several millenniums juxtaposed with modernization and globalization, India has witnessed a paradigm shift in social values and principles. International media has constantly induced liberal thinking into the newer generations which in turn has made them challenge the norms of old society that have been imposed through strict vigilance. One of the unfortunate outcomes of such rebellion has materialized in the form of honour killings.
Topic: Acts &Honour Killings
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There are a lot of Tribal arts in Chhattisgarh. Godna is one of them which is the most traditional art. This research paper is based on the use of Godna art in Textile and document the process, fabric, colors and motifs used in Godna Painting. In this art different shapes and designs are used to decorate the human body. In urban areas, this art is known as a tattoo. Tribal beliefs say that these are the only ornamentations which remain with them even after their death. Godna is used for not...
Topics: Godna Art, Godna Painting, Gond Tribe & Textile
Constructivist student-centred learning incorporating digital learning tools has gained attention among Millennial Generation/Gen Y who will soon take over the roles of Gen X to dictate the future of web. If well guided with exposure of sustainable awareness via blended learning, Gen Y should be independent with enhanced values/thinking skills. This paper reports on the authors’ initiative to connect the world by introducing the biennially held ‘Search for SEAMEO Young Scientists’ (SSYS)...
Topics: E-Learning in Conventional Settings, Student-Centered Learning, Online Community, Sustainable...
Islamic finance is emerging as a rapidly growing part of the financial sector in the Islamic world as it has become a global phenomenon. Moreover, both Islamic and western countries have been embraced it. The mudarabah contract refers to an agreement made between a capital provider and another party who acts as the entrepreneur. Therefore, this paper attempts to analysis the concept of mudarabahin investment deposit. The characteristics of Investment deposit in both banks was briefly explained...
Topics: Mudarabah, Investment, Deposit JEL Classification: G21 _ G28 _ K12 _ K41
Multilevel inverters are becoming more popular in the power conversion systems for high power and power quality demanding applications. The MATLAB based simulation on simulink platform is presented for three various topologies of Single Phase cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Inverter for 5, 7 and 9 levels. A detailed comparison of various Topologies is presented in the paper based on number of power devices used, Total Harmonic Distortion, average voltage stress, maximum voltage stress and...
Topics: Multilevel Inverter, Reduced Number of Switches, Reduced THD, Voltage Stress and Utilization Factor
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An exploratory study on internet utilization pattern among agriculture student is conducted in the Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology Kanpur. Examine study, Information sharing and entertainment related factors that may affect the adoption of an innovation or product such as personal computer laptop mobile etc. For the study, a scale was developed by Department of Agricultural extension to measure internet utilization pattern of 120 students and students were...
Topics: VSNL, Google-Scholar, Shodh-Ganga & Internet
Birds are threat to aircraft, not all but almost. Some birds lead to serious accidents involving aircraft of classes. Bird strike damages a lot, economically and physically. The lives of the crew, passengers are at risk ultimately. Since 1988, over 200 people have been killed worldwide as a result of encounters with airborne animals usually birds.                  A homogenous bird model with a simplified geometrical shape is modelled. The reliability and authenticity of the...
Topics: : Numerical Results, Software like Hyper-Mesh, Pre-Processing (Mesh) and CATIA
Library Management System (LMS) is a web based solution which is developed on latest technology focused towards automating the vital activities of the Library. The LMS Solution can be integrated with Barcode for easy access and retrieval of any item from the Library. An online public access catalog facility can be provided for speedy retrieval of any kind of document. The LMS solution can be linked with self service KIOSKS for quick search and online requisition.
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The objective of the research work was to investigate the effect of ageing temperature and amount of carbon black (CB) on fatigue behaviour of Al/CB composites. The Al/CB composites were synthesis by using liquid metallurgical technique and characterised for fatigue properties using rotating beam fatigue machine at room temperature. The result shows that CB and ageing temperature increasing the fatigue life of the Al/CB composites due to its formation of precipitation during ageing process. The...
Topics: Carbon Black (CB), Al/CB Composites, Higher Fatigue Life & Lower Fatigue Life
Alkyd resins include a very high proportion of common binders, which are used in the pants. New alkyd resins were synthesized by reacting (sunflower oil or linoleic acid with poly ethylene glycol or triethanol amine and phthalic anhydride) in the presence of lead oxide as a catalyst. The synthesis of alkyd resins included two stages. The first stage is to convert sunflower oil or linoleic acid to monoglycerides as a polyol by alcoholysis. Esterification process took place in the second stage...
Topics: Alkyd, Sunflower oil, Linolinic acid, Paint & Binder
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The purpose of this study was to determine elastic strength of a high pressure vessel with a radial circular cross bore, for various thickness ratios and cross bore sizes. Seven cross bored cylinders with thickness ratios between 1.4 and 3.0, having both small and large radial circular cross bore were studied. Three dimensional linear finite element analyses were used in this work. It was found that unlike in plain cylinders, the difference in the magnitude of working stresses between the Von...
Topics: Stress Concentration Factor, High Pressure Vessel, Cross Bore & Elastic Strength
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The present paper, focuses on wire electric dis-charge machine of titanium alloys. It can be considered as an attempt to develop two models of response variables, they are; the operating rate, the surface-roughness, and the rate of material removing, In the wire electric dis-charge machine process using the response surface methodology. The pilot plan is based on Minitab 18, and the analysis convey the major six parameters. ANOVA was applied to determine the importance of the advanced model,...
Topics: Wire Electric Dis-Charge Machine, Titanium & MR, SR & RSM
Newspapers are sources of information on topical and current issues, stocked by libraries for use. They are very important to users because they provide valuable information on vital national issues; contribute towards better education, social environment, and growth in agriculture, business and industrial sectors. University libraries, therefore, have the challenge of preserving newspapers for quick access and posterity  xisting studies have dealt with newspaper preservation but there is a...
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Sn-Bi alloy is an attractive soldering material for temperature- sensitive electronic device. With its excellent creep resistance and fracture resistance, Sn-Bi alloy has become one of the promising candidates to replace Pb-based solders. The x-ray diffraction results show that the structure of Sn100-x-50Bi-xNi (x=0, 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 wt.%) alloys characterized by the presence of rhombohedral Bi and body centered tetragonal β-Sn. The addition of nickel to the Sn-50Bi binary system lowers the...
Topics: Sn-Bi-Ni, Hardness, Fracture, Mechanical Properties, Creep Resistance
An investigation is conducted to study the effect of potassium, micronutrients viz., zinc, boron, and brassinosteroids, a plant growth hormone on accumulation of sugar content in papaya cultivar TNAU PAPAYA CO 8, at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore. Potassium was applied in 2 different forms and in two different levels as alone and as well as combined along with micro nutrients (Zinc @ 0.5% and Boron @ 0.1%) and steroidal plant growth regulator viz., brassinosteroids (2ppm) at...
Topics: Papaya, Potassium, Micronutrients, Brassinosteroids, Sugars
Scanning electron microscopic studies on the egg shell of eri silkworm, Philosamia ricini, revealed the differentiation into two zones, the micropylar and disc or flattened zone. The micropylar zone is surrounded by rosette like cells. The various shaped follicular cell imprints (FCI) are scattered throughout the disc zones. A large aeropyle present at the centre of FCI while each junction of three follicular cell imprints contains small aeropyle. Each FCI are surrounded by six aeropyles. The...
Topics: Philosamia Ricini, Egg Shell, SEM, EDAX
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Background Neurological impairment in patients with chronic kidney disease remains an important source of morbidity and mortality. Hemodialysis patients have not fully corrected neurological manifestations. This study was designed to conduct the prevalence of neurological manifestations among adult hemodialysis patients seen in the Nephrology center of Medical City- Baghdad Teaching Hospital in the period from November 2011 to November 2012. Patients and Methods This was a prospective...
Topics: Hemodialysis, Neurological, Neuropathy, Patients, Chronic Kidney Disease & Uremic Syndrome
Trip generation for work is one of the main purposes of travel in the urban areas. Activity based methods predicts behavior of traveler as derivative of activities. By predicting which activity performed at particular destination and time, trips and their timing and locations are used to develop activity based trip generation models. The aim of this paper is to develop activity based trip generation model which addresses shortcomings of the conventional trip based approach. In this study, trip...
Topics: Activity Base Approach, Trip Rate, Travel Data, Work Commuters, Trip Based Approach, Activity...
This paper discusses the influence of school facilities on pupils’ performance in KCPE. The objectives were: to determine the extent to which headteachers provide school facilities and to establish the extent to which school facilities influence pupils’ performance in KCPE. Descriptive research design was adopted. Three districts from Nairobi County were selected by simple random sampling. The schools selected were 14 from the first and second districts and 13 from the third district...
Topics: Facility, Nairobi County, Performance and Primary Schools, Kenya
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Edge Detection is one of the important and most frequently used approaches for Image Segmentation in Digital Image processing. Selection of particular algorithm for detecting edges of images in presence of noise is always a challenging task. This paper mainly focuses on brief Study of different edge detection algorithms for images in presence of noise. In this paper we have studied Prewitt, Sobel, Robert, and Canny edge detection algorithms to find the better method in image edge detection...
Topics: Edge Detection, Sobel Operator, Prewitt Operator, Robert Operator & Canny Edge Detector
In this paper was represented parallel computers. The problems in parallel computing
Topics: Parallel Competing, Parallel Methods
Solar-powered reverse osmosis (RO) seawater desalination systems are one of the best solutions for providing fresh, clean water. This paper presents research concerning solar-powered reverse osmosis (RO) seawater desalination. The research consists of a review of solar-powered RO desalination, previous designs of solar-powered RO seawater desalination systems, and a design of a solar-powered RO seawater desalination system in Durban. The review includes solved issues regarding the cost and...
Topics: Desalination, RO, Solar-Powered & Solar Energy
Fish are good sources of some important minerals. This study was based on the comparison of mineral contents among different fish and other edible aquatic species namely rohu, katla, prawn, lobster, pomfret and hilsa after preservation up to 15 th day in refrigerator followed by subjecting to conventional cooking methods. The mineral contents of cooked fish were significantly lower than in the raw condition. These fish were subjected to conventional cooking methods like open pan dry roasting,...
Topics: Calcium, Iron, Edible Aquatics Species, Cooking Methods, Open Pan Dry Roasting, Deep Frying