One of the assumptions for an economic order quantity model is that all items received in an order are of perfect quality is not always fulfilled. Some of the items are of defective quality in the lot received. Another assumption is that as soon as items are received, payments are made. In today’s competitive the supplier allows certain fixed period known as permissible delay for payment to the retailer for settling the amount of items received. Keeping this reality, a deterministic inventory model with imperfect quality is developed when deterioration rate is different during a cycle. Here it is assumed that demand is a function of time and price. Numerical example is taken to support the model. Sensitivity analysis is also carried out for parameters.
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- Shital S. PatelDepartment of Statistics, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, INDIA .
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Shital S. Patel "Inventory Model with Different Deterioration Rates for Imperfect Quality Items and Inflation considering Price and Time Dependent Demand under Permissible Delay in Payments" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.01-09 2017
India volatility index, IVIX captures behavioral and psychological aspects of traders. The purpose of introducing IVIX is to avail new instrument for trading and hedge through it. It is believed that investors perception about the Nifty 50 in near term can be indicated using IVIX. Here an attempt is made to understand the relation between IVIX and market return using t –Test for r. The study also aims to understand the predictive ability of IVIX using t – test for slope, which can be helpful to the investors to take the decision. The study provided sufficient evidence that stock market returns are negatively associated with the Volatility Index. The negative correlation prevailing between IVIX and NIFTY 50, would give an opportunity to investors to use IVIX as a directional tool to know the future movement in NIFTY 50. The t – Test for slope finds that there is significant relationship between IVIX and NIFTY50 which implies that predictive ability of IVIX is high. .
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- Prof. Mrityunjaya B. Chavannavar Assistant Professor, Chetan Business School, Hubli, Karnataka, India
- Dr. S. C. Patil Associate Professor, Dept. of Management Studies, RCU Belagavi, Karnataka, India
- Madhuri Dalavi MBA 2nd Year, Chetan Business School, Hubli, Karnataka, India
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Prof. Mrityunjaya B. Chavannavar, Dr. S. C. Patil, Madhuri Dalavi "Predictive Ability of IVIX & Its Relation with Stock Market Returns" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.10-16 2017
Cotemporary development has transformed the city structure and urban fabric. Several studies in public health domain contemplate premeditated active transport as one of the major decisive factor in enhancing urban dwellers’ quality of life. Active transport and human powered transportation includes walking, cycling and variants such as cycle rickshaws, skateboards, push scooters, hand carts, etc. These modes provide both transportation and recreation and are especially important for short trips that form the largest share of trips in urban areas. Since the built environment is the setting in which the use of active transport manifests, if a sufficient condition is not provided, it may deprive the individuals of any opportunity for the activity to occur at all. This is why it is important to study the built environment as a factor of walkability and develop knowledge about creating urban environments that are conducive for active transport. This paper discusses active transport factors at various levels. Further, the paper dwells on investigating the attributes of built environment at the street and building level.
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- Ar. Bhagyalaxmi MadapurAssociate Professor, B M S College of Architecture, BMSCE Campus, Banagalore , Karnataka, India
- Dr. Mamatha P RajDirector & Professor, BMS College of Architecture, BMSCE Campus, Banagalore , Karnataka, India
. Bentley, R., Jolley, D., & Kavanagh, A. M (2010). Local Environments as Determinants of Walking in Melbourne, Australia. social Science Medicine, 70, 1806-1815 . Gehl, J and Gemzoe, L 2001, winning back the cities - the European experience, Australia: Walking the 21st century, 20-22 February 2001, Perth, Western Australia . Lehman, M. D., Boyle, M.,DeCoursey, W., & Mix, T. (2007). Healthy & Walkable Communities . Southworth, M., & Be-Joseph, E (2003). Streets and the shaping of towns and cities, Island Press, Washington, D.C . Reid, S (2003). Pedestrian Environment Review System, Crowthorne, Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) Limited.
Ar. Bhagyalaxmi Madapur, Dr. Mamatha P Raj "Cohesive City: Built Environment and Active Transport " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.17-24 2017
In this study, we examine the combined effects of thermal radiation, chemical reaction on MHD hydromagnetic boundary layer flow over a vertical cone filled with nanofluid saturated porous medium under variable properties. The governing flow, heat and mass transfer equations are transformed into ordinary differential equations using similarity variables and are solved numerically by a Galerkin Finite element method. Numerical results are obtained for dimensionless velocity, temperature, nanoparticle volume fraction, as well as the skin friction, local Nusselt and Sherwood number for the different values of the pertinent parameters entered into the problem. The effects of various controlling parameters on these quantities are investigated. Pertinent results are presented graphically and discussed quantitatively. The present results are compared with existing results and found to be good agreement. It is found that the temperature of the fluid remarkably enhances with the rising values of Brownian motion parameter (Nb).
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- P.Yogeswara ReddyDepartment of Mathematics, Vemana Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Dr.G.S.S. RajuDepartment of Mathematics, JNTU College of Engineering, Pulivendula, YSR(cuddapah) Dist, A.P, India
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P.Yogeswara Reddy, Dr.G.S.S. Raju "MHD Chemically Reacting and Radiating Nanofluid Flow over a Vertical Cone Embedded in a Porous Medium with Variable Properties" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.25-34 2017
The idea of designing a micro level artiﬁcial gecko adhesive structure is inspired from ability of geckos to climb any surface. Gecko can climb any rough or smooth surface because of its hierarchical structure present on feet which functions as a smart adhesive . The key parameter that affects gecko adhesion are pattern periodicity of a synthetic setae, hierarchical structure, length, diameter, angle, size, stiffness of end tips and ﬂexibility of a base . The design and fabrication of number of single and multi-level hierarchical pattern were performed. CO2 LASER cutting machine having power of 60 W is used to manufacture moulds. The mould is fabricated from methyl methacrylate sheets of different thickness 3 mm to 10 mm. Liquid silicone polymer PDMS is used as a cast material. Various patterns having dimensionsupto200 micrometer with different tip shapes and geometries were fabricated. For single level patterns like dense pattern, mushroom shape pattern and wedge pattern (lamellar structure) were fabricated. Attempts were made to design and fabricate Multi-level hierarchical structure patterns that mimics gecko like foot structure. These micro level artiﬁcial gecko structure have large scope of applications such as climbing robots, non-sticky adhesion tapes, military surveillance and even medical applications.
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- Ameya P. NijasureDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai Collage of Engineering, New Panvel, Raigad, India
- Priam V. PillaiDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai Collage of Engineering, New Panvel, Raigad, India
 Kellar Autumn and Nick Gravish. Gecko adhesion: evolutionary nanotechnology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 366(1870):1575–1590, 2008.  Yang Li, Hao Zhang, Zhendong Dai, Geza Toth, Krisztian Kordas, Yagang Yao, Yongyi Zhang, and Qingwen Li. Gecko foot mimetic carbon nanotube patterned adhesive surfaces.  Aaron Parness, Daniel Soto, No´e Esparza, Nick Gravish, Matt Wilkinson, Kellar Autumn, and Mark Cutkosky. A microfabricated wedge-shaped adhesive array displaying gecko-like dynamic adhesion, directionality and long lifetime. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, pages rsif–2009, 2009.  Michael P Murphy, Seok Kim, and Metin Sitti. Enhanced adhesion by gecko-inspired hierarchical ﬁbrillar adhesives. ACS applied materials & interfaces, 1(4):849–855, 2009.  Pramod Murali Mohan, Sagar Ayare, and Esh Pai. Gecko stick.  Michael P Murphy, Seok Kim, and Metin Sitti. Enhanced adhesion by gecko-inspired hierarchical ﬁbrillar adhesives. ACS applied materials & interfaces, 1(4):849–855, 2009.  Synthetic setae, 2015. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_setae
Ameya P. Nijasure, Priam V. Pillai "Modeling Fabrication and Testing of Artiﬁcial Gecko Adhesion using Multi Layer Fbrillar Structure" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.35-37 2017
This paper presents a new approach called Seam Carving for multirate signal processing of digital images. Increasing and decreasing the sizes of digital images are common place in day-to-day image processing. These methods involve long procedures and sometimes consume more time for getting implemented. Whereas, using the Seam Carving method eradicates the excess time involved in upsampling and downsampling a digital image considerably as this method is straightforward and simple to implement. This method comes in handy when we are dealing with large medical images and remotely sensed images. This technique is applied on standard images and its performance is analyzed. The entire work was implemented using Matlab R2017a software package.
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- Madhukar. B. N.Sr. Assistant Professor, ECE Dept., New Horizon College of Engineering, Bengaluru – 560103, India
- Aravinda. K.Sr. Assistant Professor, ECE Dept., New Horizon College of Engineering, Bengaluru – 560103, India
- K. S. Madhu BabuM.E. (Applied Electronics) Student, SEC, Anna University, Kanyakumari – 629301, India
- Manoranjan. B. R.M.E. (Applied Electronics) Student, SEC, Anna University, Kanyakumari – 629301, India
. Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan S. Willsky, and S. Hamid Nawab, “Signals and Systems,” 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., New Delhi, India, 2009. . Simon Haykin, and Barry Van Veen, “Signals and Systems,” 2nd Edition, Wiley India Private Limited, New Delhi, India, 2015. . Alan V. Oppenheim, and Ronald W. Schafer, “Discrete – time Signal Processing,” 3rd Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., New Delhi, India, 2009. . John G, Proakis, and Dimitris G. Manolakis, “Digital Signal Processing,” 4th Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., New Delhi, India, 2007. . Rafael C. Gonzalez, and Richard E. Woods, “Digital Image Processing,” 3rd Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., New Delhi, India, 2012. . Anil K. Jain, “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing,” 1st Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., New Delhi, India, 2013. . Tamal Bose, “Digital Signal and Image Processing”, Wiley India Private Limited, New Delhi, India, 2015. . William K. Pratt, “Digital Image Processing”, 4th Edition, Wiley India Private Limited, New Delhi, India, 2016. . Bernd Jähne, “Digital Image Processing”, 6th Edition, Springer-Verlag India Private Limited, New Delhi, India, 2017. . S. Avidan, and A. Shamir, “Seam carving for content-aware image resizing,” ACM Trans. on Graphics (Proc. of SIGGRAPH) 26(3), 10, 2016.
Madhukar. B. N., Aravinda. K., K. S. Madhu Babu, Manoranjan. B. R. "Seam Carving Approach for Multirate Processing of Digital Images" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.38-41 2017
Effect of blast loads from explosion can be mitigated by using thick armor systems that are often heavy and significantly increase the self-weight of the structure. In the design of structure for blast protection, sacrificial claddings which consist of high energy absorbing elements are used. A sandwich type protective structure consists of light weight core which is often used for blast mitigation. The choice of core type has an influence on the performance of sandwich panel. The cores can be of wood, foam material and tubular elements. In this study, behavior of sandwich panel with square tubular core is investigated through numerical studies. Panel is made of mild steel having top plate dimension of 150 mm x 150 mm x 2.5 mm; bottom plate of 150 mm x 150 mm x 5 mm and square tube core of 12.5 mm x 12.5 mm with 0.6 mm thickness. A finite element model is developed and validated using experimental results in literature. Parametric studies are carried out using the validated finite element model. By varying the tube length of the core, the responses of the panels in terms of energy absorption and reaction forces are compared.
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- K. Uma MaheswariAssistant Professor, Prince Shri Venkateshwara Engineering College, Tamil Nadu, India
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K. Uma Maheswari "Numerical Investigations on Blast Protection System with Metallic Tube Core Sandwich Panels" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.42-45 2017
Energy demand always lags energy supply in developing countries, which results in energy crisis. The conventional energy sources are finite and exhaustible. The solution to problem of energy crisis is utilization of renewable energy. Renewable energy sources are usually found in small scale, decentralized with regard to different geographical distribution, transition to renewable energy sources is viable option as the price of oil and gas continues to fluctuate. As an alternative to custom, onsite construction of centralized power plants, renewable systems based on PV arrays, windmills, Biofuel energy based systems or small hydropower, can be mass-produced “energy appliances” capable of being manufactured at low cost and tailored to meet specific energy loads and service conditions. , to make optimum utilization of renewable energy there exists a need to integrate the different renewable energy systems. The present work involves development of Renewable Energy based hybrid system for electricity generation that can supply desired power continuously throughout the year irrespective of fluctuation of energy available from standalone systems. The energy assessment has been done using Homer simulation tool for developing small solar-wind hybrid system, performance evaluation has been done.
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- Robinson PAssistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, REVA University, Bengaluru, India
- Ashwin C GowdaAssistant Professor, VTU PG Center, Muddenahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka India
- Syed SameerAssistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, REVA University, Bengaluru, India
- Shahnawaz PatilAssistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, REVA University, Bengaluru, India
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Robinson P, Ashwin C Gowda, Syed Sameer, Shahnawaz Patil "Development of Renewable Energy based Hybrid System for Electricity Generation-A Case Study" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.46-52 2017
The purpose of this study was to study the relationship between job satisfaction and demographic variables among married women who are working in academics. The research was descriptive and survey study. In this study, women working in technical educational Institutes, from Indore were studied. for this 300 working women(N=300) were chosen as per their work in the Institutes, teaching or Non-teaching. A socio- demographic questionnaire were used for the purpose. The findings revealed that on the basis of the age and qualification , there is no relation between factors studied (work environment, job security, roles & responsibility etc.) and job satisfaction and on the basis of designation, income and experience, researcher found the relation between factors studied (work environment, job security, roles & responsibility etc.) and job satisfaction.
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- Dr. Yamini Pandey Assistant Professor, SGT University, Gurugram, Haryana, India
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Dr. Yamini Pandey "Relationship of Demographic Variables and Job Satisfaction among Married Women" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.53-57 2017
Thermoluminescence is a simple technique for studying the distribution of artificially created or naturally occurring point defects. In present work we are reanalyzing the Thermoluminescence response of Eu2+, Dy3+ doped SrAl2O4 nanophosphor at different irradiation dose of ϒ-rays, in accordance with new method of analysis. Orders of kinetics for different glow curves are recalculated. Order of kinetics values are not same as already reported in literature. As per new model order of kinetics depends on extent of retrapping and from reanalysis we can infer that all the reported TL responses of material under consideration are retrapping dominant process.
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- Dr. Devendra PrasadAssistant Professor, Deptt. of Physics (Basic Science), U P Textile Technology Institute, Kanpur-208001 (UP) INDIA
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Dr. Devendra Prasad "Kinetic Analysis of TL Spectrum of ϒ-IrradiatedSrAl2O4:Eu2+, Dy3+ Nanophosphor" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.58-61 2017
This research aims to study the existing password scheme and to design and develop a new improved graphical password scheme. A novel protection primitive is presented in view of strong AI problems namely a new family of graphical password scheme built up on top of captcha technology, which we call Captcha as graphical password (CaRP). CaRP is both a captcha and graphical password scheme. CaRP addresses number of security issues altogether for example, online guessing attacks, relay attacks and if combined with dual-view technologies shoulder-surfing attacks. CaRP likewise offers a novel way to deal with address the notable image hotspot problem in well-known graphical password systems for example, Pass Points.
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- Parul JadonDepartment of Computer Science Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Management, Agra, (U.P.) India
- Darpan AnandDepartment of Computer Science Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Management, Agra, (U.P.) India
- Jayash SharmaDepartment of Computer Science Engineering, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Management, Agra, (U.P.) India
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Parul Jadon, Darpan Anand, Jayash Sharma "CAPTCHA as Graphical Password: A Novel Approach to Enhance the Security in WWW " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.62-66 2017
The main challenges of robotics are its automation and detection capability. Robotic Path Planning is one of the main problems that deal with computation of a collision-free path for the given robot, along with the given map on which it operates. This paper focuses on Path planning and exploration problem in unknown environment with multi-robot system. Here we have dealt with two traditional nature-inspired algorithms namely Particle Swarm Optimization and Bat Algorithm for movement decision making with unknown environment and last comparing them different features i.e. moves, time, coverage and energy.
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- Dr. Mukesh Nandanwar Assistance Professor (CSE), Chhattisgarh Engineering College, Durg, Chhattisgarh, India
- Anuj Nandanwar Ph.D. (Scholar), Chhattisgarh Engineering College, Durg, Chhattisgarh, India
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Dr. Mukesh Nandanwar, Anuj Nandanwar "Implementation and Comparison between PSO and BAT Algorithms for Path Planning with Unknown Environment" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.67-72 2017
In this section, we derive a formula for the generating function the number of smallest parts including repetitions in all jth over Ga partition of n.
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- Dr. K. Hanumareddy Department of Mathematics, Hindu College, Guntur, 52202 –A.P, India
- K. Janakamma Department of Mathematics, 8th Main, AECS Layout, B, BLOCK, Singsandra, Bangalore, 560114 India
. Sylve Corteel and Jeremy Love joy: Over partitions, Trans.Amer.Math.Soc 356(4), 1623-1635. . Hanumareddy .K (2010). A study of r-partitions, thesis submitted to Acharya Nagarjuna university for award of Ph.D in Mathematics . HanumaReddy.K and K.Janakamma:Generating function for partitions with parts in A.P.(accepted for publication in IJLTEMAS). . Segar G.V.R.K: A study of M2 partitions. Thesis submitted to Acharya Nagarjuna University for award of PhD in Mathematics (2017)
Dr. K. Hanumareddy, K. Janakamma "Generating Function for Ga spt(n)j-bar" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.73-79 2017
Looking into the term marketing with a bit of brevity shows us that at the very existence of the term it has been all about providing the needy what they need with in order to fulfill what is required by them in order to have a proper survival in terms of living a satisfactory life. A marketer more or less shares upon the highlights or the characteristics of a product to the one who needs the product in any ways possible making the customer realize on to how a particular product can solve the problem or need they possess in their lives, how is that going to affect their day to day living and it can be in any domain spread across attractive fashion trends or sugar less and cholesterol free food or some electronic goodie that could make their life much more simpler that what it is now. Therefore it could be summarized that a marketer more or less serves as a link in getting the needy what he/she needs the link may not be the marketer all the time it could be advertisements, campaigns, internet but the very representation of the information of the product to the outside world is where the marketer or marketing team plays the most important role, strategizing concepts, bringing in ideas, market research, analytics and a lot more. A very important part if we tend to take away from above written lines is the fact that at the center of whatever a marketer does lies the customer therefore his/her satisfaction on to using a certain goods is what transforms the good or the one producing that good into a brand. Bringing in new ideas will always have the jargons named customer satisfaction and services in them because without providing adequate services to the customer the retention of them would not be easy which could hinder the process of a particular company becoming a brand. Looking into why do we really need to do this after our product gets sold out? Tells us the fact how making in of a relationship between the company and customer makes things much easier, getting rid of a complicated marketing process. Maintaining proper relationships creates loyalty from the side of a customer which helps us in many ways, most important of them being getting of invaluable insights on the product sold which could later help in strategizing, advertising, bettering of product etc. Services and support provided to the customer can be in the forms of returns of product, solving problems (technical/nontechnical), providing attractive offers on specific product to loyal customers, analyzing and working upon reviews and problems observed, researching upon products of the same genre and improving the customer satisfaction by modifying what lacks in terms of other competitors making an experience worth having by the customer. When we get to apply the things written above into our product it helps customers like the company, creating out trends and increasing the potential of what can be a huge breakdown into the market. Trend creation now a days has become very important in order to increase the selling rates of product. The same is very visible with the top mobile brands now a days introducing a concept of flash sale for their flagship products, the main reason why the brands are constantly able to maintain the consistency of conducting flash sale is the fact that the product when in the hands of the customer provides a power packed performance from the very start of usage creating customer satisfaction at its best transforming the whole scenario into a trend! The focus of research here is to work upon the intricacies on how to make more out of the fact that customer support and satisfaction can really create a competitive advantage over others by conducting proper research and analysis of customer behavior and also how based upon this how market and trend behavior actually tends to happen. In the past few years as seen with the implementation of lot of new and supportive things by the government the market has tend to become more and more dynamic in nature therefore tracing the right mix of what can make a brand successful is demanding quite a lot of effort by fellow researchers, the whole process would likely tend to involve field work conducting surveys and inducing case study results on specific genre of product which at last serves as to how terms like customer satisfaction and support can really turn out to be a game changer for any of the brand who implements the same. The process would also tend to produce models which could make the process easier on to evaluate if at all there are any flaws in the existing system being implemented, the model would possess add-ins in terms of detailed facts and figures with proper analysis upon inputs and outputs that would tend to produce the targeted results. Apart from this flaw detection and solving techniques based on the experience a fellow researcher would come in touch with while conducting his/her research. Therefore making a product transform into something that every customer would want to experience in near future by providing efficient ways and means of doing so in form of research analysis and results .
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- Abhi MitraBachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering, Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
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Abhi Mitra "Customer Satisfaction and Services Providing a Competitive Edge over Others " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.80 2017
I. INTRODUCTION Roads are constituted as the most significant component of India’s Logistics Industry, accounting for 60 percent of the total freight movement in the country. A majority of players in this industry are small entrepreneurs running their family businesses. As a result, Man Power Development Investments that pay off in the longer term, have been minimised respectively. Moreover, these businesses are typically controlled severely by the proprietor and his / her family and consequently, making it unattractive for the professionals. Poor working conditions, Low pay scales relative to alternate careers, poor or non-existent Manpower Policies and prevalence of unscrupulous practices have added to the segment's woes for seeking employment. Thus, it could be rightly stated that the Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing and Packaging Sector is considered an unattractive career option and fails to attract and retain skilled manpower. Many Organizations have failed to recognize that Human Resources play an important role in gaining an immense advantage in today’s highly competitive Global Business Environment. While all aspects of managing Human Resources is important, Employee Retention continues to be an essential part of Human Resource Management activity that help the Organizations to achieve their goals and objectives.
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- N. SumathiAmrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- S. ParimalaAmrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
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N. Sumathi, S. Parimala "Impact of Organisational behaviour and HR Practices on Employee Retention in Parcel Service Sector with Special Reference to Tamilnadu" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.81-83 2017
This paper is comparative, throughput analysis, for the TCP variants as for New Reno, Westwood & High Speed, and it analyzes the outcomes in simulated environment for NS-3 (version 3.25) simulator with reference to multiple varying network parameters that includes network simulation time, router bandwidth, varying traffic source counts to observe which is one of the best TCP variant in different scenarios. Analysis was done using dumbbell topology to figure out the comparative maximum throughput of TCP variants. The analysis gives result as TCP Variant “NewReno” is good when low bandwidth is used, while TCP Variant “HighSpeed” is good in terms of using large bandwidths in comparison to Westwood. Network traffic flow was observed in NetAnim tool.
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- Archita SaxenaComputer Science Department, Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
- Manish ChoudharyComputer Science Department, Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
- Rakesh KhandelwalComputer Science Department, Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Archita Saxena, Manish Choudhary, Rakesh Khandelwal "Analytical Research of TCP Variants in Terms of Maximum Throughput" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.84-89 2017
The purpose of this paper is to highlight the general terms and definitions that falls under the ‘common set’ in the intersection of the sets Meteorology and Aerospace Engineering. It begins with the universal explanations for the meteorological phenomena under the ‘common set’ followed by the categorization of clouds and their influences on the aerial vehicles, the instrumentation used in Aeronautics to determine the required Meteorological quantities, factors affecting aviation, effects of aviation on the clouds, and the corresponding protocols involved in deciphering the ‘common set’ elements. It also talks about the relation between airport construction and Geology prior to concluding with the uses and successes of Meteorology in the field of Aerospace. .
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- Yashmitha Kumaran Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- N. Sumathi Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
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Yashmitha Kumaran, N. Sumathi "Aviation Meteorology" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.90-94 2017
I. INTRODUCTION International Marketing is an important perception for various economies and countries of the World. The 90’s decade saw a significant change in the structure of International Marketing. Technology has changed with many new advancements and innovations. This has resulted in having better transport system, good communication methods which in turn has brought the whole world together and made it so small. Liberalization, privatization and globalization have made the term Global Market very significant in nature. This meant company could produce larger quantity of goods at cheaper rates just because of technical and technological changes. That’s why many companies are now forced to look beyond their domestic boundaries to get entry in global markets. Newer market meant bigger challenge to conquer them. This has made international marketing indispensable.
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- Prof. Ms. Shubhangi Vitthal GaikwadAssistant Professor, M.Com, M.Phil, PGDIB, PGDIBF, NET, Ph.D (Pursuing) (MIT-WPU, Liberal Arts, Science & Commerce, Pune, 38, India)
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AProf. Ms. Shubhangi Vitthal Gaikwad "Features of International Marketing" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.95-98 2017
SOFC have much capability to become an economical alternative energy conversion technology .The nanoscale engineering have been incorporated to improve catalytic activity. We have made nanocomposite anode material for low temperature solid oxide fuel cell for operating at low temperature . The nanomaterial is made up by sol gel method. The material demonstrated the outstantding electrochemical out put 550 mv/cm-2 at 600◦C. anode shows good conductivity and crystalinity.
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- Anjali B BodadeShri Shivaji Science Nanotechnology Laboratory , Amravati (M.S), India
- Gajanan N ChaudhariShri Shivaji Science Nanotechnology Laboratory , Amravati (M.S), India
- Manish M FukateShri Shivaji Science Nanotechnology Laboratory , Amravati (M.S), India
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Anjali B Bodade, Gajanan N Chaudhari, Manish M Fukate "Nanostructured Anode Material (Ce0.4 Zr0.6) for Low Temperature S0FC" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.99-101 2017
To use waste materials as alternatives in construction industry is an innovative thought. Now a day’s many wastes are used in construction industry like in cement production, for manufacturing of concrete and also for manufacturing of bricks. In all types of thermal power plants large amount of fly ash is librated. Which causes air pollution. So to minimize the quantity of generated waste material we are using it in construction. In this paper fly ash from different sources are taken to prepare the concrete. And in this cement is 100% replaced and for creating the bond in it NaOH and Na2SiO3 solution is used. Which form geopolymerisation process and acts as a replacement of cement in the mix. In the present work, OPC is totally replaced, But cement is working as a binder in the concrete mix. The main task is now to form another binder in the mix, as there is 0% cement. Hence, NaOH (Sodium hydroxide), Na2SiO3 (Sodium silicate in the form of flakes), super plasticizer (Sulphonated naphthalene polymer based super plasticizer) is used in the distilled water. By using NaOH & Na2SiO3 in distilled mix in the concrete, polymerization process takes place which form gel in the mix and which works as a binder in it, after making concrete specimens of 8M (Molarity) & 12M (Molarity) with the different fly ashes, specimens are treated with ambient (temperature) curing at 7 days and 28 days. And at the age of 7 and 28 days strength is tested (Compressive and Flexural strength) After the (specimens) test results, it is concluded that NTPC Sipat fly ash based specimen gives more satisfactory results of compressive and flexural strength as compared to GMR Tilda fly ash based specimen. And also at 12 Molarity concentration of NaOH solution compressive and flexural strength increases as compared to 8 Molarity. Hence it is said that while increasing the concentration of NaOH solution in terms of Molarities (8M to 12M), strength of the specimens increases.
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- Pallavi JakateResearch Scholar, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Technocrat Institute of Technology (TIT) Excellence, MP, India.
- Sanjeev VermaAssistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Technocrat Institute of Technology (TIT) Advance, MP, India
- Sourabh AsangeAssistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Technocrat Institute of Technology (TIT) Excellence, MP, India
. Aleem, Arumairaj (2012) “Investigated that the fly ash is rice in alumina and alumina, reacted with alkaline solution to form aluminosilicate gel which acts as a binder in cement less concrete” International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies, Feb 2012.Volume 1, Issue 2, ISSN: 2231 – 6604 . Balaraman et al. (2016) “Effect of varying molarity in fly ash based concrete” International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, Volume 7, Issue 4, July-August 2016, ISSN Print: 0976-6308 and ISSN Online: 0976-6316 . Bisarya et al. (2015) “fly ash based Geopolymer concrete” International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and TechnoloISSN(Online): 2319-8753 ISSN (Print): 2347-6710 . Bidwe and Hamane (2015) “Effect of different molarities of Sodium Hydroxide solution on the Strength of Geopolymer concrete” e-ISSN : 2320-0847 p-ISSVolume-4, Issue-3 . Bashir (2014) “Fly ash based Geopolymer concrete” IOSR-JMCE e-ISSN: 2278-1684, p-ISSN: 2320-334X . Bakri (2011) “Review on fly ash-based Geopolymer concrete without Portland Cement” Journal of Engineering and Technology Research Vol. 3(1), pp. 1-4, January 2011 , ISSN 2006-9790 . Chavan et al. (2017) “EFFECT OF ALKALINE ACTIVATOR ON THE STRENGTH OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE” Vol-3 Issue-1 201, IJARIIE-ISSN(O)-2395-4396Chavan et al. (2017) “EFFECT OF ALKALINE ACTIVATOR ON THE STRENGTH OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE” Vol-3 Issue-1 201, IJARIIE-ISSN(O)-2395-4396 . Chan et al. (2015) AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SLAG/FLY ASH-BASED GEOPOLYMER CONCRE International Journal of Mechanical And Production Engineering, ISSN: 2320-2092, Volume- 3, Issue-8, Aug.-2015 . Joshi and Kadu (2012) “Role of Alkaline Activator in Development of Eco-friendly Fly Ash Based Concrete” International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol. 3, No. 5, October 2012 . K.A et al. (2011) “Strength Characteristics of Geopolymer Concrete Containing Recycled Concrete Aggregate” International Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering IJCEE-IJENS Vol: 11 No: 01 . Kadlag et al. (2017) “ STUDY OF FLY ASH BASED GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE WITH VARYING ALKALINE ACTIVATOR Volume: 04 Issue: 04 | Apr -2017 TOR RATIO” e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 . Hake at al. “Effects of varying molarity in fly ash based concrete molarity taken 1M to 16M” 2016. . Lloyd and Rangan (2009) “Geopolymer Concrete with Fly Ash” June 28-30 2010 . Memon et al. (2013) “EFFECT OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE CONCENTRATION ON FRESH PROPERTIES AND COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF SELF-COMPACTING GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE” Vol. 8, No. 1 (2013) 44 – 56 . Purusothaman et al. (2017) “Experimental Investigation On Geopolymer Concrete Using Concrete Demolition Waste” Issue – April 2017 . Sowjanya and Srujana (2017) “Strength properties of fly ash based concrete” ISSN Print: 0976-6308 International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology Volume 8, Issue 1, January 2017 . Singh and Singh (2017) “An experimental investigation on the workability and strength of fly ash based concrete.” ISSN: 2454-132X Volume3, Issue2 . Siddiraju (2016) “Strength properties of fly ash based concrete using admixtures” Volume 7, Issue 3, May–June 2016 , ISSN Print: 0976-6308, ISSN Online: 0976-6316 . Tabbasum and Khadwal (2015) “ A brief review on fly ash based concrete” Vol. 2, Issue 3 (July - Sept. 2015) ISSN : 2394-2975 . Thokchom (2009) “Performance of Fly ash Based Geopolymer Mortars in Sulphate Solution” Revised 2 December 2009; Accepted 24 February 2010
Pallavi Jakate, Sanjeev Verma, Sourabh Asange "Effects of Varying Molarity in Fly Ash Based Concrete" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.102-105 2017
Every individual in our planet is busy in his / her own world these days. The busy schedules and work preoccupations of many people hinder them from spending nominal amount of time with their families. To address this concern, we have come up with our MACH Tours and Travels, our motto being, “Breaching the Boundaries!” which aims at not only giving its customers the best and most comfortable tour, but also an enjoyable and memorable experiences. We differ from our competitors in various ways. For a start, we emphasize that our profit is not in the income from this business, but in the satisfaction of our customers. Added to that, we focus on improving the ease of travel, the luxury of trip, the quality of time spent and the worth of pay. There is a variety of customers we come across: some will want their trip to be extravagant, while some require it to be cost effective; some need a long vacation, while some choose just a weekend away. Our mission: In order to meet the desires of this large range of people and to include all the factors of a hearty holiday, we have devised our strategies and planned our processes, thus, setting us apart from the others. Our vision: As the main priority, a year from now, we target on contenting as many customers as possible through our services. The following sections of this document includes our roles in planning, decision making, staffing, leading and communicating in which we highlight various aspects of our organization, including the pros and cons of travelling with us.
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- N.SumathiDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- Alka KaranDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- Laksmi RupanjaliDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- Nikitha Narayana PrasadDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- NivedhaDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- RajalakshmiDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- SnehaDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
- Yashmitha KumaranDept of Aerospace Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University, Coimbatore, India
. Essentials of Management by Harold Koontz and Heinz Weihrich www.iata.org . www.clickindia.com . www.google.co.in . www.managementstudyguide.com . www.slideshare.net . www.shine.com . www.ekarnal.com . www.citehr.com . gainesintl.com . www.manavmanagementgroup.in . image.slidesharecdn.com . https://www.phptpoint.com/projects/online-tours-and-travels-project-in-php/ . https://www.slideshare.net/SBrooker/tourism-ppt-7748923?next_slideshow=1 . https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ve d=0ahUKEwjx557N-7LQAhWBP5QKHWflA-QQFgg5MAM&url=http%3A%2F%2F1000projects.org%2Ftours-and-travels-management-system.html&usg=AFQjCNHAj5MSTuipTMCTGn_P6Ae_eZgtHw
N.Sumathi, Alka Karan, Laksmi Rupanjali, Nikitha Narayana Prasad, Nivedha, Rajalakshmi, Sneha , Yashmitha Kumaran "Hassle Free Travel" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.106-114 2017
An online oil spill advisory(OOSA) system was developed for the first time in India, at Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) to serve the coastal community, regulatory authority and oil spill responders. It is achieved by triggering the oil spill trajectory model through web-interface. OOSA receives the inputs from the users in html feeds. Once after the submission of inputs, it automatically triggers the oil spill trajectory model and delivers the drift pattern of the pollutant at regular intervals, without the support from modeling community or officials of INCOIS. It is completely an automated set up. The system comprised the diagnostic mode of General National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Operational Modeling Environment(GNOME) in batch, which is triggered through web interface with the details such as, location, date & time of the spill, quantity, type of the oil spilled. The forecasted wind forcing and the current forcing obtained from our ocean state forecast(OSF)laboratory, were tuned and set in the prescribed format on daily operational basis. The generated trajectory is layered automatically on a webmap, so that the zones that are likely to get affected are known. Trajectory predictions were made online for the oil spill occured at Sundarbans delta during 09.12.2014 to 15.12.2014. The oil slicks were noticed within 1.3 km from the predicted locations. This paper explains the simulation of an oil spill trajectory model for getting the drift pattern of the pollutant at sundarbans delta, through web interface. The method of interpreting the results are also explained. This OOSA system is made available online, so that the users can utilize this during oil spills, mock drills and for preparing the local contingency plans. This system will also guide the oil spill responders, to manage and plan the response activities during the event of an actual or a hypothetical oil spill.
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- Prasad SJESSO- Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Balakrishnan Nair T.MESSO- Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Krishna Prasad BESSO- Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Kaviyazhahu KESSO- Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
- Vijayalakshmi TJawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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Prasad SJ, Balakrishnan Nair T.M, Krishna Prasad B, Kaviyazhahu K, Vijayalakshmi T "An Online Tool for Predicting the Trajectory of the Spilled Marine Pollutant" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8s, pp.115-120 2017