The invention of Hybrid Assistive (HAL) Limb was chosen as one of the important inventions for the mankind. Hybrid Assistive Limb is mainly of two types. HAL controlled by bio electrical signals sensed from the human body and HAL operated by external microcontroller based electrical devices. This thesis mainly concentrates for the development of the latter. These types of devices possess operating easiness and assistance to physically handicapped people. These devices are less complex in operation and cheaper than the former. The use of passive devices may cause inconveniences in daily routines and difficulties in mobility for the user. Current robotics orthotic devices have advantages over passive devices because it is capable of aiding the knee and reducing the knee stress without affecting the mobility of the user. The objective of this work is to study and develop a portable active orthotic device that can be used for rehabilitative purposes. The 3D model of the proposed assistive mechanism has been created. This structure is then analysed. Trajectory planning of the knee joint by considering human walking pattern is also done. The position velocity and acceleration of the joint with respect to time has been plotted using MATLAB and the results obtained are discussed.
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- Abhilash S SDepartment of Mechanical Engg:, Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering, Trivandrum, India
- Manu V ThottackkadDepartment of Mechanical Engg:, Government Engineering College Idukki, India
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Abhilash S S, Manu V Thottackkad "Trajectory Planning of a One Degree of Freedom Assistive Robotic Knee " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.01-05 2017
With the globalization of food industries, vitality of traceability has increased substantially. The need for a reliable identification and tracking system is therefore essential to ensure the safety and quality of food reaching the consumer. Current market for tracing technologies is restrained by various factors like high cost, skepticism about efficiency and liability of technology. This paper gives an overview of relevant food tracing technologies available in the market and a descriptive analysis of their efficiency, liability, features and characteristics.
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- Priyanka GuptaDepartment of Food Technology, VFSTRU, India
- Himalaya KaulHead, Central Research and Audit Cell, KRBL limited, India
. ISO 9000:2005. Quality management systems: Fundamentals and vocabulary. . Yingheng, Z., Xianhui, G., (2002).Application of Traceability in Food Safety. Research of Agricultural Modernization. . Opara, L. U., Mazaud, F., (2001). Food Traceability from Field to Plate. Outlook on Agriculture. . Regulation (EC) No 183/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene. . US Food Regulation. https://www.fda.gov/RegulatoryInformation/Legislation/. Accessed 15 July 2016. . Donnelly, K., Thakur, M., (2009). Food Traceability Perspectives from United States of America and European Union. . Thompson, M., Sylvia. G., and Morrissey, M.T., (2005). Seafood Traceability in the United States: Current Trends, System Design, and Potential Applications. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety. . Kirova, V., Kirby, N., Kothari, D., and Childress, G., (2008). Effective requirements traceability: Models, tools, and practices. . Syahruddin, N., Kalchschmidt, M.G.M., (2014). Towards Sustainable Supply Chain Management in Agricultural Sector. . Westfall, L., (2006)., Bidirectional Requirements Traceability. . Liang, W., Cao, J., Fan, Y., Zhu, K., Dai, Q., (2015). Modeling and Implementation of Cattle/Beef Supply Chain Traceability Using a Distributed RFID-Based Framework in China. PLOS ONE Journal. . Regattieri, A., Gamberi, M., Manzini. R., (2007). Traceability of food products: General framework and experimental evidence. Journal of Food Engineering. . Connolly, C., (2005). Part-tracking labeling and machine vision. Assembly Automation. . Mehrjerdi, Y.Z., (2010). Coupling RFID with supply chain to enhance productivity. Business Strategy Series. Vol. 11 Iss: 2, pp.107 - 123 . Zhao, X., Lee, Y., Ng, S.C.H., (2009). The Impact of Product Recall Announcements on Stock Market Reaction: a Study of Chinese Listed Companies. US-China Business Cooperation in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges for Entrepreneurs. . Cai, Y., Li, X., Li, M., Chen, X., Hu, H., Ni, J., and Wang, Y., (2015). Traceability and Quality Control in Traditional Chinese Medicine: From Chemical Fingerprint to Two-Dimensional Barcode. . GS1 US for Barcode and Product identification. https://www.gs1us.org/. Accessed 26 September 216. . Tudora, E., Alexandru, A., Ianculescu, M., (2011). Using Radio Frequency Identification Technology in Supply Chain Management. . Garcia, L.R., Lunadei, L., (2010). Monitoring Cold Chain Logistics by Means of RFID. . Kadir, E. A., Shamsuddin, S.M., Supriyanto, E., Sutopo, W., Rosa, S.L., (2015). Food Traceability in Supply Chain Based on EPCIS Standard and RFID Technology. . Perez-Aloe, R., Valverde, J.M., Lara, A., Castano, F., Carrillo, J.M., Gonzalez, J., Roa, I., (2010). Use of RFID Tags for Data Storage on Quality Control in Cheese Industries. . Galimbertia, A., Mattiaa, F.D., Losaa, A., Brunia, I., Federicia, S., Casiraghia, M., Martellosb, S., Labraa, M., (2013). DNA barcoding as a new tool for food traceability. . Galimberti, A., Labra, M., Sandionigi, A., Bruno, A., Mezzasalma, V., and Mattia, F. D., (2014). DNA Barcoding for Minor Crops and Food Traceability. . Hebert, P.D., Cywinska, A., Ball, S.L., deWaard, J.R., (2003). Biological identifications through DNA barcodes. Proc Biol Sci., 270(1512):313-21. . Opara, L. U., (2002). Traceability in agriculture and food supply chain: A review of basic concepts, technological implications, and future prospects. . Kraisintu, K., Zhang, T., (2011). the Role of Traceability in Sustainable Supply Chain Management.
Priyanka Gupta, Himalaya Kaul "Traceability Technologies across the Food Value Chain" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.06-09 2017
In the present study, the fatigue and fracture toughness behavior of Al 2219/B4C particulate metal matrix composites is investigated. The composites were fabricated by reinforcing B4C particles of 125microns with varying wt% of 2 and 4, using stir casting process. The performance of the prepared composites was compared with the alloy Al 2219 to study the improvement in fatigue and fracture toughness behavior as a result of reinforcement particles. The homogeneous dispersion of the reinforcement particles in the matrix was examined using optical microscope. The result reveals that the addition of B4C improves both fatigue strength and fracture toughness of composites over the alloy, further by increasing the wt% of B4C reinforcement in the matrix, there was a significant improvement in both the properties. As load increases there was decreasing cycles which indicates load has more effect on the fatigue strength. Overall, fatigue strength and Fracture toughness of the composites was improved to 63.97% and 33.34% respectively with respect to 4wt% B4C particles reinforcement compare to base alloy.
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- M. N.ChoudhariAssistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Alpha College of Engineering, Bangalore, India
- Jayant. K. KitturProfessor and Dean, Research and Development, K.L.S Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, India
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M. N.Choudhari, Jayant. K. Kittur "Fatigue and Fracture Toughness Behavior of Al 2219/B4C Particulate Metal Matrix Composites" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.10-15 2017
Ambient gamma radiation level in costal Uttara Kannada district is measured using an environmental radiation dosimeter (sensitivity 1R/h).Measurements were made in 17 locations both in disturbed and undisturbed areas of study locations. The measured dose rate varies from 45.6 to 131.3 nGyh-1. Relatively higher radiation levels around some places are obviously due to the presence of granitic outcrops in these regions. Significant seasonal variations in gamma dose rate were not observed during the study. .
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- Suresh.SAssistant professor ,Dept of Physics , M.P.E Society’s S.D.M Degree College, Honavar, Uttarakannada- 581334 , Karnataka
- Dr. Shivaprakash M.CAssociate Professor & HOD of Physics, Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology, Gubbi, Tumkur-572 216, Karnataka
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Suresh.S and Dr. Shivaprakash M.C "Study of Ambient Gamma Radiation Level in Costal Uttara Kannada District, Karnataka, India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.16-20 2017
The scarcity of water is fast becoming a critical environmental issue worldwide. Any effort targeted at conservation of this limited resources, preventing environmental degradation and thereby reducing water shortage, is worthwhile. This research therefore focused on the reuse of treated wastewater effluent in place of potable water in plain concrete production. The effects of the physico-chemical characteristics of this non-fresh water on the concrete strength were studied over time. Water samples were obtained from four sources which include: NMAM IT Nitte Campus potable water, Treated domestic sewage water, Service station water (Garage) and Dairy water. The samples were all analyzed for pH, total dissolved solids (TDS), chloride, hardness, alkalinity, and sulfates. Grade M20 concrete was adopted in the study. Physical tests conducted on the aggregates for the concrete mix include specific gravity, water absorption and sieve analysis. Plain cement concrete mixtures were prepared using Ordinary Portland Cement, graded aggregates and 100% substitution of treated wastewater for the mix. In all 12 concrete cubes were cast and cured for 3, 7 and 28 days. The mix ratios and compressive strengths of the cubes were determined using the Standard laboratory method of IS: 10262- 2009. As compared with the USEPA and EU Standards, the general water pollution order observed was: Fresh water < Treatment Plant Effluent < Dairy water < Auto-Service effluent. The compressive strength result obtained from treated effluent showed an increase in 8.26 % for 28 days compared to fresh water. For garage water an increase in 5.14% was observed compared to freshwater. In general, there was no strength reversal with longer curing periods. However, for most concrete mixtures the strength tends to level off after one months of curing. Most production water mixtures resulted in higher strength measurements than those prepared using potable water. It was concluded that the physico-chemical parameters measured in the treated wastewater effluents had positively influence on the compressive strength of the plain concrete. From this study, it is believed that the recommended reuse of wastewater in plain concrete works will indirectly conserve the scarce water resources of the study area, as the regular sources would be concentrated on supply of drinking and other potable water usage.
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- Vijay HDepartment of Civil Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte-574110, Udupi District, Karnataka, India
. Ainul H. N, Bala M., Mohammad I., Zaiton Abdul- Majid (2012). “Characteristics of treated effluents and their potential applications for producing concrete”. Journal of Environmental Management 110: 27-32. . Al-Ghusain, I. and Terro, M. J (2003). “Use of treated wastewater for concrete mixing in Kuwait.” Journal of Science and Engineering, 1:30. . APHA (1998) “Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater”, 15th Edition, American Public Health Association, New York. . Indian Standard (2009) IS 10262-2009 . Recommended Guidelines for Concrete Mix Design. . Indian Standard (2000) IS 456-2000 Plain Reinforced . Concrete – Code of Practice. . Lobo, C and Mullings, G. M (2003) ‘Recycled Water in Ready Mixed Concrete Operations’. Concrete in FOCUS (Reprinted by permission of National Ready Mixed Concrete Association) 2: 17–26. . Neville, A.M (1997). “Properties of Concrete”, Longman, England 4: 734. . Neville A.M. (1981). “Properties of Concrete”, Pitman Books Limited, London. . Ojoawo, S.O and Oladejo, A.M (2013). An investigation into the effects of water contaminated with chloride salts on the compressive strength of concrete. Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Engineering and Technology Research, FET Conference 2013, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso, Nigeria (March 2013), 2: 1-10. ISBN: 978-2902-58-6. . Ooi S. L., Mohd, R. S, Mohammad, I and Imtiaj, A (2001). “Reusing of treated effluent in concrete technology”.Journal of Technology 34: 1 – 10. . Shetty, M.S (2005) “Concrete Technology Theory & Practice”, Published by S.Chand & Company, Ramnagar, New Dehli. . Steinour, H. H (1960), ‘Concrete Mix Water – How Impure Can it Be?’ Portland Cement Association Journal Research and Development Laboratories, 3: . 32– 50. . US EPA (2010) Nine articles promulgated by EPA Order Huan-Shu-Shui-Tze No. 0990112348F on December 15, 2010.
Vijay H, "Reusing Treated Effluents for Making Concrete" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.21-29 2017
Entrepreneurship is one which enables the person to make wonders, innovations for the development of Nation along with Individuals improvement in all the aspects like economy, social, cultural etc.. It is identified that as a source of creation of jobs, it is the right way of utilizing the nation resources. Entrepreneurship that dependents on the personality and person 's capability i.e. entrepreneurial skills. Entrepreneurship has been criticized with gender difference since days along. All the way it is impossible to lead the society without women business is not an exception for it. Many studies said that these entrepreneurial skills are varying from one to one especially from men to a woman that is the reason why this paper aims to study the managerial skills of the women. The main objective of the paper is to understand the leadership qualities of women entrepreneurs of academic Institutions in Guntur region. Researcher collected data from women entrepreneurs of academic institutions in simple random manner with the constructed questionnaire and collected 80 samples. Analysis clearly showed thatwomen they are having wide variety of leadership skills and they are struggling to implement those variety skills.
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- K. Malleswara Rao Department of MBA, Assistant Professor, Narasaraopeta Engineering College, Narasaraopet, Guntur, A.P, India
- M.Ravi Department of MBA, Assistant Professor, Narasaraopeta Engineering College, Narasaraopet, Guntur, A.P, India
- Y.Suresh Department of MBA, Assistant Professor, Narasaraopeta Engineering College, Narasaraopet, Guntur, A.P, India
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K. Malleswara Rao, M.Ravi, Y.Suresh, "Leadership Styles of Women Entrepreneurs a Study on Academic Institutions in Guntur Region" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.30-35 2017
Kinetic study of oxidation of 2,6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one and 3-Methyl 2,6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one by Mn (IV) in acidic medium represents that the reaction are of first order. In present work it was found that rate of reaction is directly proportional to the acid concentration. The presence of 3-alkyl substituent decrease the rate of oxidation with Mn(IV). The order of reactivity of oxidations is observed as 2,6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one > 3-Methyl 2,6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one.
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- Soni RaniAssociate Professor, Mewar University, Gangrar, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India.
- Bhoopesh Kumar SharmaResearch Scholar, Mewar University, Gangrar, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India.
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Soni Rani and Bhoopesh Kumar Sharma "Kinetic Study of oxidation of 2, 6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one and 3-Methyl 2,6-Diphenyl-Piperidine-4-one by Manganese (IV) Ion" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.36-40 2017
Biometrics refers to the recognition of individuals based on their physiological and behavioral traits. The Full and Partial face recognition is one of the challenging ongoing research works. For Public safety and national security enhance the needs for partial face recognition techniques, which are among the most secure and accurate authentication tools and these applications are not commonly used, yet, but the area is interesting especially in crime investigation. In this paper, we present the face recognition under partial visibility such of using partial face as biometric for person identification. The implemented method consists of three stages. In the first stage, pre-processing of both full and partial is done. In the second stage, features such as shape and textures are extracted. Finally, matching is done between pierced and non-pierced image of an individual.
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- Naveena MDepartment of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore, Manasagangotri-570006, Mysore, India
- Hemantha KumarDepartment of Studies in Computer Science, University of Mysore, Manasagangotri-570006, Mysore, India
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Naveena M, G Hemantha Kumar "Partial Face Recognition Based on Gabor Texture Kernels" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.41-43 2017
At present every nation is suffering to the effects caused by emission from the automobiles either from 2 stroke engines or from engines operating at 4 stroke, either diesel or gasoline engine. Every type of engine has its own parameters of emission in terms of Unburned Hydrocarbon (UBHC), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen oxide (NOx) and many other parameters like particulate matter etc. In our attempt to reduce the emission from the 2 stroke petrol engine we are using an exhaust silencer pipe which is coated with a mixture containing sodium silicate, aluminum silicate and activated charcoal in the required proportionate, the coating is done manually to the exhaust pipe and care is taken so that the coating is uniform to maximum extent. The exhaust pipe is fitted with a baffle so that the exhaust gases from the engine are exposed to the refractory coating which is coated on the baffle as well as the inner surface of the exhaust pipe which will help to reduce the emissions of the exhaust. The results obtained are significant in reduction of the emissions of UBHC and CO.
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- P K Pavan KumarAssistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, RYMEC, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Dr. K RajgopalV.C. JNTU, Anantapuramu, Telangana, India
- Dr. Hiregoudar YerranagoudaruPrincipal, RYMEC, Ballari, Karnataka, India
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P K Pavan Kumar, Dr. K Rajgopal, Dr. Hiregoudar Yerranagoudaru "A Investigation to Reduce Emissions from Engine" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.44-47 2017
By incorporating carbamate bond(s) into a cytolytic peptide, novel pseudo peptides with potent antibacterial activity and low hemolytic activity were synthesized. Circular dichroism spectra suggested that the incorporation of carbamate bond(s) decrease the α helical conformation of the peptide in lipid membrane circumstances, which must be regarded as a major factor for the separation of antibacterial activity from cytotoxic activity for mammalian cell. Experiments in which dye was released from vesicles indicated that the potent antibacterial activity and low hemolytic activity of the pseudo peptides must be due to their great lipid membrane selectivity, The present result suggest that backbone modifications can be a great tool for developing pseudo peptides with improved biological activity and bioavailability from cytolytic peptides. .
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- Ganghadhara MM Department of Chemistry, Maharani’s College for Women, Mysore – 570005, Karnataka, India
- Dinesha R Adichunchanagiri Cancer Research Centre, B.G. Nagara -571 448, Nagamangala Taluk, Mandya District, Karnataka, India
- Satish Kumar Murari Department of Chemistry, P.E.S. College of Engineering, Mandya-571 401, Karnataka, India
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Ganghadhara MM, Dinesha R and Satish Kumar Murari "Antimicrobial Pseudo Peptides with Synthesis of Novel Selective Membrane-Perturbation Activity " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 1, pp.48-54 2017