An inventory model with different deterioration rates under exponential demand with inflation and permissible delay in payments is developed. Holding cost is taken as linear function of time. Shortages are not allowed. Numerical examples are provided to illustrate the model and sensitivity analysis is also carried out for parameters.
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- Raman PatelDepartment of Statistics,
Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, India.
- D. M. PatelDepartment of Commerce,
Narmada College of Science and Commerce, Bharuch India.
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Raman Patel, D. M. Patel "Inventory Model with Different Deteriorating rates under Exponential Demand, Inflation and Permissible Delay in Payments" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.01-11 2015
Bioactive molecules have been documented since ages in providing medicinal benefits towards various ailments. Recent advances in biotechnological methods have expanded the use of naturally derived bioactive molecules in diverse applications apart from pharma. The demand of better and more potent molecules require continuous exploration of biota from different parts of the world. The environmental conditions do have an impact on not only the quantity but also the potency of bioactive molecules. Arid regions have a peculiar environment where plants need a more robust self-defense system for survival. Such regions hold a promising array of bioactive molecules. There have been reports of some very interesting bioactive molecules from the Middle East. Oman is one such country that harbors huge unexplored species of flora and fauna. The country is abundantly rich in the marine, plant, microbial and animal ecosystems, with over 250 species of medicinal plants. This review provides collective information of the bioactive/phytoconstituent molecules reported so far in Oman from the plants, marine and other plant associated sources.
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- Gurpreet KaurMuscat, Oman
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Proximate and phytochemical composition and antioxidant properties of indigenous landraces of omani fenugreek seeds.AfrJ Tradit Complement Altern Med, 149-154  Amani S. Al-Rawahi, Giles Edwards, Mohammed Al-Sibani, Ghanim Al-Thani, Ahmed S. Al-Harrasi and Mohammed ShafiurRahman., . PhenolicConstituents of Pomegranate Peels [Punicagranatum L.]Cultivated in Oman. European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 315-331  S Hemadri Reddy, SheikhaRashed Al-Aamri and WafaaIssa Al-Syabi., . Study on Phytochemical Screening, HPLC Analysis of Phenols and In vivo Assay on Mice by Using Traditional Herbal Medicinal Plant in Oman. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication  JavidHussain, Ahmed Al Harrasi, A. L Khan andZabta Khan Shinwari., .Phytochemical and Biological Assessment of Medicinally Important Plant Ochradenusarabicus.Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2027-2034  Liaqat Alia, RiazAhmadb, Najeeb Ur Rehmana, AbdulLatifKhana, ZahidHassana, Tania ShamimRizvia Ahmed Al-HarrasiaZabta Khan Shinwarib and JavidHussain., . A New Cyclopropyl-Triterpenoid from Ochradenusarabicus. Helvetica ChimicaActa  JavidHussain, Liaqat Ali, Abdul Latif Khan, Najeeb Ur Rehman, Farah Jabeen, Jong-Sang Kim and Ahmed Al-Harrasi., . Isolation and Bioactivities of the Flavonoids Morin and Morin-3-O-β-D-glucopyranoside from Acridocarpusorientalis—A Wild Arabian Medicinal Plant. Molecules, 17763-17772  Ruchi G.Marwah, Majekodunmi O. Fatope, Ramla Al Mahrooqi, Gouri B. Varma, Hussain Al Abadi, and SuadKhamis S. Al-Burtamani., .Antioxidant capacity of some edible and wound healing plants in Oman. doi:10.1016/j.foodchem  Ahmed Al-Harrasi,Liaqat Ali, JavidHussain, Najeeb Ur Rehman, Mehjabeen, Mansoor Ahmed, Ahmed Al-Rawahi., (2014). Analgesic effects of crude extracts and fractions of Omani frankincense obtained from traditional medicinal plant Boswellia sacra on animal models. Asian Pac J Trop Med, S485-S490  Mohammad A. Hossain, Wafa A.S. Al Toubi, Afaf M. Weli, Qasim A. Al-Riyami and Jamal N. Al-Sabahi.,  Identification and characterization of chemical compounds in different crude extracts from leaves of omanineem. Journal of Taibahuniversity for science, 181-188  Mohammad AmzadHossain, SehamSalim Al-Hdhrami, Afaf Mohammed Weli, Qasim Al-Riyami and Jamal Nasser Al Sabahi., . Isolation, fractionation and identification of chemical constituents from the leaves crude extracts of Menthapiperita L grown in Sultanate of Oman. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed, S368-S372  Singh, V, Guizani, N, Essa, M.M, Hakkim, F.L and Rahman, M.S., .Comparative analysis of total phenolics, flavonoid content and antioxidant profile of different date varieties [Phoenixdactylifera L.] from Sultanate of Oman. International Food Research 1063-1070  Rahma Said Salim Al Nomaani, Mohammad AmzadHossain, Afaf Mohammed Weli, Qasim Al-Riyami and Jamal Nasser Al-Sabahi . Chemical composition of essential oils and in vitro antioxidant activity of fresh and dry leaves crude extracts of medicinal plant of Lactuca Sativa L. native to Sultanate of Oman. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed, 353-357  JavidHussain, Najeeb Ur Rehman, Ahmed Al-Harrasi, Liaqat Ali, Abdul Latif Khan and Muhammad Abdullah Albroumi.,  Essential oil composition and nutrient analysis of selected medicinal plants in Sultanate of Oman. 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Drugs, 4344-4356  Maryam HamzelooMoghadam, JamilehFerouzi, SoodabehSaeidnia, HomaHajimehdipoor, ShahlaJameli, AbdolhosseinRustaiyan and Ahmad R Gohari., .A cytotoxic hydroperoxy sterol from the brown alga, Nizamuddiniazanardinii.DARU journal of pharmaceutical sciences  Mahsa Shams, BaharShahnavaz, KiarashGhazvini and TorajValinasab., .Screening of Actinomycetes from Lipar Area of Oman Sea to Investigate the Antibacterial Compounds. Avicenna J ClinMicrobInfec  NasrollahErfani, Zahra Nazemosadat, and MahmoodrezaMoein., .Cytotoxic activity of ten algae from the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea on human breast cancer cell lines; MDA-MB-231, MCF-7, and T-47D.Pharmacognosy Res, 133-137  Sergey Dobretsov, Iman Mohammed AlMammari and Bassam Soussi., . Bioactive Compounds from Omani Sea Cucumbers.Agricultural and Marine Sciences, 49-53  A. A. Leslie Gunatilaka., . Natural Products from Plant-associated Microorganisms: Distribution,Structural Diversity, Bioactivity, and Implications of Their Occurrence. Nat Prod. 509–526  Martina Koberal, Ruth Schmidt, Elshahat M. Ramadan, Rudolf Bauer and Gabriele Berg., (2013). The microbiome of medicinal plants: diversity and importance for plant growth, quality and health. Frontiers in Microbiology  Abdul Latif Khan, Liaqat Ali 1, JavidHussain, Tania ShamimRizvi, Ahmed Al-Harrasi and In-Jung Lee., . Enzyme Inhibitory Radicinol Derivative from Endophytic fungus Bipolarissorokiniana LK12, Associated with Rhazyastricta. Molecules 12198-12208  Saifeldin A.F. El-Nagerabi, Abdulkadir E. Elshafie and Soleiman S. Alkhanjari., .Endophytic fungi associated with endogenous Boswelliasacra. Biodiversitas, 24-30  Saifeldin A.F. El-Nagerabi, Abdulqadir E. Elshafie and Suleiman S. Alkhanjari., .Endophytic fungi associated with Ziziphus species and new records from mountainous area of Oman. Biodiversitas, 10-16
Gurpreet Kaur "A Review on Bioactive/Phytoconstituent Molecules Reported in Oman" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.12-16 2015
The physico-chemical parameters like pH, alkalinity, TDS, hardness, Mg2+, Ca2+ etc of Kukkarahalli lake water were studied and the results obtained by the analysis were compared with WHO and ISI standards. The results of the present study are not very encouraging and reflect the deteriorating status of the lake. It emphasises for a quick action to be taken for its restoration. This requires a careful monitoring of lake water by conducting its analysis on a routine basis. This study may be very helpful for the authorities to protect the lake water resources and keep their impurity level under check so that it can be used during the crisis. The study will also help in bringing awareness among the people living near the lakes to keep their environment clean and green.
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- Anima UpadhyayAssistant Professor, Department of ChemistrySir MVIT, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- M. ChandrakalaAssistant Professor, Department of ChemistrySir MVIT, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Anima Upadhyay, M. Chandrakala "A Study on the Water Quality Parameters of Kukkarahalli Lake Water Mysore, Karnataka, India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.17-20 2015
Rauvolfia serpentina Benth. (of Apocynaceae) commonly known as Sarpagandha is one of the most valuable medicinal plants in Indian system of medicine. No information is available on seed morphology, dormancy and seed storage behavior of the species which is required for conserving the seeds in seed banks. Therefore, an experiment was conducted with seed collected from Sushila Tiwari Herbal Garden, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. Studies were conducted on seed germinability (using germination tests) and seed viability (using topographical tetrazolium chloride test) in relation to desiccation and chilling tolerance using a factorial combination of four moisture contents (5, 7, 10 and 12% moisture content in seeds on fresh weight basis), three storage temperatures (seeds stored in ambient condition, at 15°C and at –20°C) and five storage periods (0, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months). Perusal of data revealed that no significant loss in germination was observed in seeds with 7% and 10% moisture content under ambient as well as other storage conditions, suggesting that seeds of Rauvolfia serpentina are desiccation as well as chilling tolerant and exhibited orthodox seed storage behavior. The seeds are ideal for ex- situ conservation in seed banks/ gene banks for a longer period.
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- T.ChoudharyDepartment of Seed Science and Technology Chauras Campus, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal) 246174,Uttarakhand, India
- J.S. ChauhanDepartment of Seed Science and Technology Chauras Campus, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal) 246174,Uttarakhand, India
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T.Choudhary, J.S. Chauhan "Seed Storage Behaviour in Rauvolfia serpentina" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.21-24 2015
The family plays a crucial role in child development, but the number of single parent family has increased greatly in recent years, children with single parent families are more prone to behavioral problems so growing up in a single parent family puts children at risk. The present empirical study conducted in Mysuru city and the sample of 50 adolescents and single parents were taken for the study.
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- Dr. Jyothi H PAssistant Professor, Department of Studies in Social Work, University of Mysore, Mysuru, India
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Dr. Jyothi H P "Behavioral Problems of the Single-Parent Adolescents" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.25-27 2015
Conveyor pulley is widely used in the area of material handling equipment field. Pulley is heart of the bulk mining material handling. The main components of conveyor pulley are shaft, drum or shell, end disk or diaphragm plates, locking elements, end disk, lagging and bearing assemblies. Since the stresses and deflections of its parts are depends on each other, an analysis of pulley assembly is mandatory for reliable pulley design. Designing pulley of this kind requires complex calculations of all belt tensions and loads in static conditions. This work will consider assumptions on load variations around its periphery & along the pulley face-width, axial load, self-weight, dead weight and angular velocity. This paper attempts to analyze steady state design characteristics for required capacity of conveyor pulley. The optimization of the design is done through number of iteration by designing problem parametrically.
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- Prasad C. PolM.E. (Mechanical Design Engineer), Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India
- S. M. JadhavAssistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering, Pune, India
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Prasad C. Pol, S. M. Jadhav "Redesigning & Optimization of Conveyor Pulley" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.28-33 2015
This paper presents performance of a coaxially feed L- shape microstrip patch antenna for WLAN application. The proposed antenna has been designed by etching L-shaped structure on a rectangular patch. In order to achieve the desired bandwidth, the proposed antenna is designed using thick substrate FR4. CST simulation showed that the proposed design exhibits return loss of -25.39dB, VSWR < 2 and a gain of 4.77dB at 5.15GHz. The observed characteristics suggest that the proposed antenna can be employed in a modern communication system having constraints in size and weight.
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- Tandel TejalAssistant Professor, Electronic and Communication Department (EC), Madhuben And Bhanubhai Patel Institute Of Engineering, For Studies And Research In Computer And Communication Technology. , New V.V. Nagar, India
- Shingala NikunjAssistant Professor, Electronic and Communication Department (EC), Madhuben And Bhanubhai Patel Institute Of Engineering, For Studies And Research In Computer And Communication Technology. , New V.V. Nagar, India.
. C. A. Blains, Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design. Third Edition, New York: Wiley, 2005. . R. Garg, P. Bhartia, I. Bahl and A.I tipiboon, “Microstrip antenna design handbook”, Artech House, Boston – London, 2000. . A. B. Smolders, “Broadband microstrip array antennas” Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1994. . M. Mahmoud, “Improving the Bandwidth of U-slot Microstrip Antenna Using a New Technique (Trough-Slot Patch)” Region 5 IEEE Conference. . Jaswinder Kaur*Rajesh Khanna “Co-axial Fed Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna for 5.2 GHz WLAN Application”Universal Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering1(3):94-98, 2013https://www.hrpub.orgDOI: 10.13189/ujeee.2013.010306 . Lee, K. F, S. L. S. Yang and A. A. KIshk, “Dual and multiband U-slot patch antennas,” IEEEAntennas Wireless Propag. Lett.,Vol. 7, 645-647, 2008. . Jun-Hai Cui, Shun-Shi Zhong, “Compact microstrip patch antenna with C-shaped slot” Microwave Conference, Asia-Pacific, 2000. . N. A. Murad, M. Esa and S. Tukachil, “Microstrip U-Shaped Dual-Band Antenna” Asia-Pacific conference on Applied Electromagnetics Proceedings, 2005. . K. Kumar and N. Gunasekaran, “A Novel Wide Band Planar n Shaped Base Station Antenna”, International Conference on Communications and Signal Processing (ICCSP), 2011. . J. Kaur, R. Khanna and M. Kartikeyan, “Design of co-axial fed broadband single layer rectangular microstrp patch antenna for wireless applications” J. Engg. Technol., Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 71-75, 2013.
Tandel Tejal, Shingala Nikunj "L- Slot Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna for WLAN Application" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.34-37 2015
Engine life and effectiveness can be improved with effective cooling. The cooling mechanism of the air cooled engine is mostly dependent on the fin design of the cylinder head and block. The heat is conducted through the engine parts and convected to air through the surfaces of the fins. Insufficient removal of heat from engine will lead to high thermal stresses and lower engine efficiency. As the air-cooled engine builds heat, the cooling fins allow the air to move the heat away from the engine. Low rate of heat transfer through cooling fins is the main problem in this type of cooling. In the present work, an attempt is made to optimize the circumferential fins of rectangular and triangular geometrical profile on the basis of temperature distribution. The fin body is modeled using solid works and steady state thermal analysis carried out by Ansys. The results obtained from the Ansys analysis are compared with the experimental outcomes.
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- Syed KhaderbashaAssistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department Muffakham jah College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Dr. Syed Nawazish MehdiProfessor, Mechanical Engineering Department Muffakham jah College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Dr. T.K.K.ReddyRector, JNTUH & Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department Jawahar Lal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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Syed Khaderbasha, Dr. Syed Nawazish Mehdi, Dr. T.K.K.Reddy "Performance Analysis of Cylinder Cooling of an Air Cooled Engine" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.38-40 2015
Six Sigma has been successfully applied in banking, healthcare, Military Fast Food Chains, airlines, Hotels, retail stores if there’s a repetitive process with a problem you can apply Six Sigma.Below are some basic Questionnaire which can be used by a Six Sigma Consultant 1. List four Problems your business is facing right now? 2. Now think about the day to day operations of your organization list four of the major repetitive processes 3. Next think about the defects affecting your products or services or outputs what four defects you see on a regular basis list them out 4. Finally what variations you see in your business processes list the four variations it might include the differences in the way
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- Suresh .V. MenonPrincipal Consultant, Cybosol Infotech Pvt. Ltd
Suresh .V. Menon "Details of Analyse Phase of Six Sigma" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.41-42 2015
code cloning is a current area of research in software systems .To copying the existing code and paste it with or without modification is known as code cloning. Code clone detection techniques concerned with finding of the code fragment that produce the same result. The issue of finding the duplicated code led to different tools that can detect the copied code fragments. In this paper comparative analysis of various code clone detection technique have been done. It has been observed that text based technique can detect only Type 1 clone. Token based technique detect Type1, Type II clone. Tree based approach detect Type1, Type II, Type III clone but it is very difficult to create a syntax tree its complexity is very high.
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- Kuldeep KaurDepartment of Computer Engineering Punjabi University, Patiala, India
- Dr. Raman MainiDepartment of Computer Engineering Punjabi University, Patiala, India
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Kuldeep Kaur, Dr. Raman Maini "A Comprehensive Review of Code Clone Detection Techniques" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.43-47 2015
Anonymous network such as Tor, is used to protect user’s identity and it hides client’s IP address from server through series of routing. The users can authenticate services anonymously by using some credential systems. Since anonymity can give users the license to misbehave, some variants allow the selective deanonymization (or linking) of misbehaving users upon a complaint to a trusted third party. The misbehaving users are collected in the Blacklist. To address this problem, Nymble with client puzzle system is proposed, a system which consist of the following advantages, (1) honest users remain anonymous and their requests unlinkable; (2) a server can complain about a particular anonymous user and gain the ability to blacklist the user for future connections; (3) this blacklisted user’s access remain anonymous before the server complains; and (4) users are aware of their blacklist status before accessing a service. In proposed system, Nymble with client puzzle eliminate the need for Pseudonym Manager and the users can receive nymbles directly from the Nymble Manager and by using nymbles, user is connected with server for accessing the services.
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- Ms. Malarvizhi.KAssistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, India
- Ms. M. AnithaAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering Sri Krishna College of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore, India.
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Ms. Malarvizhi.K, Ms. M. Anitha "Blocking Misbehaving Users in Anonymizing Networks Using Client Puzzle" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.48-58 2015
Milk is a pale liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals. It is the primary source of nutrition for young mammals before they are able to digest other types of food. Early-lactation milk contains colostrum, which carries the mother's antibodies to its young and can reduce the risk of many diseases. Milk contains many other nutrients and the carbohydrate lactose. We checked quality of milk and made comparative study of various buffalo and cow milk samples. In this paper various milk samples were analyzed for Starch and cane sugar and found that buffalo milk results were of higher quality than cow milk. Results of buffalo and cow milk samples were compared to its World Health Organization recommended value. Starch and cane sugar were found absent.
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- Dadasaheb NavaleSinhgad Jr. College, Vadgaon, Pune, India
- Shelley GuptaParvatibai Genba Moze Engineering College, Wagholi, Pune, India
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Dadasaheb Navale, Shelley Gupta "Determination of Starch and Canesugar in milk" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.59-61 2015
The paper discusses the concept of DNA computing, its advantages over silicon-based computing and the future it holds for the mankind. It showcases the limitations of present technology and the promises DNA computing hold for the future. The paper looks on the future we shall be living in and how this new technology can sweep away all the notions of how we perceive and live in our world.
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- Ani MehrotraNirma University, India
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Reinforced earth walls play a critical role in the development of modern infrastructure due to safety, environmental, and economic reasons.This paper gives the cost analysis of the reinforced earth walls with different types of reinforced materials for different heights. Retaining walls as earth structures are frequently constructed for a variety of applications, most common being bridge abutments and road construction.When selecting a retaining wall type, mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) walls should always be considered. MSE walls are composed of reinforcing elements, e.g. geo synthetics in the soil fill to resist lateral earth pressures. The use of geo grids or geotextiles rather than metallic strips (ties) is a further development of the Reinforced Earth concept. Geo synthetics offer a variable and often economical alternative to metallic reinforcements for both permanent and temporary walls, especially under certain environmental conditions.
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- Harangad SinghDepartment of Civil Engineering, UIT RGPV-Bhopal, India
- Dr. Saleem AkhtarDepartment of Civil Engineering, UIT RGPV-Bhopal, India
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Harangad Singh, Dr. Saleem Akhtar "A Review on Economic Analysis of Reinforced Earth Wall with Different Types of Reinforcing Materials" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.68-74 2015
The temperature measurement devices have been modified to the requirement of time. There are various temperature measurement devices these days. The thermocouple connected to digital temperature measurement device is one of them. A modern way of measuring temperature using virtual instrumentation Labview is used in the work. Experimental results of DAQ setup Labview are comparing with ANSYS and analytical method.
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- Krishna Kumar KarothiyaDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringIIMT College of Engineering Greater Noida, India
- Mrinal SharmaHaldor Topsoe India Pvt Ltd, India
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Krishna Kumar Karothiya, Mrinal Sharma "Thermal Analysis of Bar Element with Convection at the Tip Using Labview, ANSYS software’s and Analytical Method" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science vol.4 issue 12, pp.75-78 2015
Understanding financial risk tolerance and determining an individual’s willingness and capacity to take on risk is an essential part of financial and indeed economic planning. Increasingly planners draw on the behavioral economics literature. Determining a client’s financial risk tolerance is a crucial part of the investment management process. In assessing the risk profile of a system or individual, it is generally seen that there are four main inputs (1) goals, (2) time horizon (3) financial stability, and (4) risk tolerance (Garman & Forgue, 1997). The final input, risk tolerance, is one of a more subjective than objective nature and thus is much more difficult to measure. Although countless attempts have been made to come up with a more precise quantitative measure for this final input, there is no one size fits all approach to measuring risk tolerance and such it has attracted a high level of interest among a range of schools of thought worldwide and merits further insight and investigation.
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- Date of Publication: 10 January 2016
- K. Arun PrasadAssistant Professor, Department of Management StudiesSaranathan College of Engineering, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India
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K. Arun Prasad "Exploring the Effect of Demographic and Other Variables on Investor Risk Tolerance Propensity" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 12, pp.79-90 2015