This research paper deliver a virtual review of the literature on the organizational power. Review of literature validates the purpose for our research. It manifest the topic. It gives a brief elaboration of prior studies and their outcomes. It talks about the knowledge of our field which allows us to identify the gap which our research could fill and also strengthens the topic that we chose for our research. This study will help us to diagnose and study the impact of power on individual performance and also organization. This review is needed because it enlightens the researchers on the strategies to be adopted for cutting the negative power impacts across groups, teams, departments and organization as a whole. It is also useful to remove the need for fresh research or to imitate the study. The term literature review is generally used to cover both the process of searching for relevant literature and the critical reporting of the literature. By this type of reviews, certainly handholds any manufacturing companies which is under the threat of these type of power conflicts and going towards the closure can enhance by re-organizing the power structure and re-initiating the positive communication across the organization leads to betterment and growth of organization.
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- Dr. P S V Balaji RaoDepartment of Business Administration, Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, Karnataka, India
- Girish KDepartment of Business Administration, Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, Karnataka, India
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Dr. P S V Balaji Rao, Girish K "A Review on Organizational Power: A Meta Analysis" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.01-05 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/01-05.pdf
Organised retailers have known about the benefits of high quality lighting for some time, and are aware that quality lighting enhances the perception of value of both merchandise and the retail environments in which it is sold. Contrasts, i.e. the effect of light and dark areas, are de cisive. These contrasts are enhanced by the careful use of directional display lighting. Customer behaviour in retail areas is influenced significantly by perception and a sense of well-being. High quality lighting can greatly enhance the desired traffic flow through a retail space, directing customers to intended point of sale areas. Because light conveys emotions, lends spaces atmosphere and makes it easier for people to find their way around. Quality lighting creates a specific mood for a store that is an integral part of the brand of the retailer, and enhances not only products but the entire experience of the store. The objective of this study was to investigate the contribution of lighting in evoking an atmosphere in the real world, for which a sample size of 60 samples in the age group of 20-25 was selected. The evaluation of variables under study was quantified on a five point likert scale and the correlation with the behavioural response in the form of PAD dimensions (Pleasure, Arousal and dominance) was mapped.
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- Date of Publication: 13 January 2019
- Ramchandra Alias Ameet ChateDepartment of MBA, KLE Dr M.S. Sheshgiri College of Engineering &Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka (India)
- Dr. S. R. BharamanaikarDepartment of MBA, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka (India)
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Ramchandra Alias Ameet Chate, Dr. S. R. Bharamanaikar "Evaluation of Consumer Perception towards Luminosity in Organised Retail Sectors and Its Impact on Buyer Behaviour" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.06-09 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/06-09.pdf
Gas turbines have an important role in power generation and propulsion unit. Turbine blades are the most important components in a gas turbine power plant. Turbine blades are mainly affected due to static loads. Gas turbine blades will subject to high tangential, axial and centrifugal forces during their working conditions. The stress distribution due to the flow of gases and the impact of flow gases are considered. The gas turbine rotor blade was performed to determine the regions of maximum stress and moment which occur on a typical gas turbine engine at variable rotational speeds. The results document the effect of velocities, pressure, temperatures and Mach numbers etc. In this paper the second stage of axial-flow gas turbine rotor blade with holes is created in SolidWorks software and design calculation is computed by MATLAB software. The finite element stress analysis on second stage rotor blade with holes is analysed from ANSYS 14.5 software. Three different models with different number of holes (5, 9 and 13) were analyzed to find out the optimum number of holes for good performance.
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- Date of Publication: 14 January 2019
- Win Lai HtweDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Yangon Technological University, Myanmar
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Win Lai Htwe "Finite Element Stress Analysis of Gas Turbine Blade" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.10-12 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/10-12.pdf
Airdrop is necessary in many areas around the world where there are no places to land an aircraft or where grand convoy resupply is either impossible or unsafe. Moreover, airdrop allows delivery of both humanitarian and combat forces to battlefield in a quick way. However, the rapid development of technology brings precision airdrop systems into the table. Compared to the old technology non-precision systems, precision airdrop systems allow the aircraft to gain the possibility to drop loads from high altitudes. It is very difficult to see or hear the aircraft from the ground when precision airdrop systems are released from a height above 20,000 feet AGL (Above Ground Level), which provides a great advantage. This literature review about general discussion of precision airdrop systems article begins with examination of the main canopy. Then it discusses how the system works.
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- Date of Publication: 15 January 2019
- Burak CİVELEKYıldırım Beyazıt Üniversitesi, Keçioren, Ankara, Turkey
- Sinan KIVRAKYıldırım Beyazıt Üniversitesi, Keçioren, Ankara, Turkey
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Burak CİVELEK, Sinan KIVRAK "A Review on the Precision Guided Airdrop Systems" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.13-17 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/13-17.pdf
This paper displays plan to the system for the method of characteristics for the cases included. In the last sections, the recommendation of the study and future scope of work taking this work as a base is displayed. A comparable system is set down for different cases including more intricate circumstances like transient inception by pumps, and many time valves closing. Likewise, the model is compared with other studies for validation. In the first section; the requirement for concentrate the water hammer state is set up. Agreeing with the formula provided by the Juokowski equation, the pressure variances formed by unexpected changes in flow speed in a standard water distribution system are of huge amount and possess potential to damage of the system components. By analyzing the water hammer caused by such quick changes in flow conditions, the damage can be diminished. The study on water hammer state instigated when researchers like Newton and Lagrange studied about the propagation of waves in water and it came into light after Juokowski gave expression for pressure surge consistent to a rapid change in flow speed. Afterward, in mid twentieth century Allievi  exhibited the diﬀerential equations for water hammer state after which several methods have changed for solving water hammer state problems. Then, following a half of century in 1950s Gray  introduced the strategy of the method of characteristics for computational study of the Water-hammer problem afterward following 10 years in 1962 V.L. Streeter and C. Lai  introduced a paper which broadened Gray’s work and made the method of characteristics more popular. This section also talks about the evolution of methods for solving the water hammer problem, in a in a concise way. In second part, brief summaries for all the writing considered for setting up the last model for method of characteristics are put down, stating the purpose of study and the notable points. In the third part, the water hammer state theory is established beginning with the assumptions involved in classical water hammer theory, display in all the numerical models defined by researchers for water hammer state investigation. Then, the fundamental hyperbolic partial diﬀerential equations of continuity and momentum, which oversee the flow conditions during water hammer state for different pipes material, are expressed.
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- Mostafa MahdyDepartment of Mechanical Design, Faculty of Engineering, Mataria, Helwan University, P.O. Box 11718, Helmeiat - Elzaton, Cairo, Egypt
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Mostafa Mahdy, "Analysis of Water Hammer Using Method of Characteristics for Different Pipes Material" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.18-26 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/18-26.pdf
The focus of the current paper is to synthesize available literatures on the integration of remote sensing and geographic information system, specifically the methodological approaches. The first section gives the general background of the study. This was followed by a review on the principles of remote sensing and geographic information system. Then, the practical method for remote sensing and GIS integration was reviewed. This synthesis demonstrates that, the integration of remote sensing and GIS is mutually beneficial. For example, it indicates that, there has been a tremendous increase in demand for the use of remotely sensed data combined with GIS-based data including environmental and socioeconomic data.
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- Thomas Ugbedeojo Omali Department of Geoinformatics and Surveying, Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus, Nigeria
- Kebiru UmoruNational Centre for Remote Sensing, Jos, NSRDA, Nigeria.
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Thomas Ugbedeojo Omali, Kebiru Umoru "A Survey of Remote Sensing and GIS Integration Method" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.27-35 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/27-35.pdf
India has battled poverty for several decades. The pre-occupation with and glorification of poverty among politician and elite group can be traced back to pre-independence period. In India poverty is considered as fertile land for Indian politics to grow and flourish. The poor segment of society is considered as an asset, vote bank and fertilizer for their political gains and growth. When poverty is curse on the human race, they are taken as blessings for the Indian politicians because in India poverty is highly politicized. This article has critically analyzed how an Indian politician instead of uprooting the poverty from the soil they use the poverty as the means of minting money and making hay during sunshine.
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- Srikanth.KAssistant Professor, Department of Commerce and Management, Ramaiah Institute of Business Studies, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
. Role of poverty in Indian politics-on: March 17, 2015 In: EditorialTags: editorial article, Role of poverty in Indian politics, Shiv Kumar Padha . Patronage and Decentralization: The Politics of Poverty in India by Anoop Sadanandan -Comparative Politics -Vol. 44, No. 2 (January 2012), pp. 211-228 . https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/governance/poverty-eradication-why-do-we-always-fail-56927 . https://www.ecfr.eu/what_does_india_think/analysis/indias_politics_and_the_poor . https://www.hindustantimes.com/business/demystifying-india-s-poverty-line-here-s-everything-you-need-to-know/story . http://www.papertyari.com/general-awareness/economics/measures-poverty-gap-poverty-ratio/
Srikanth.K "Is Poverty in India a Politically Motivated- Critical Analysis of Poverty Economy" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.36-38 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/36-38.pdf
In Time series forecasting, model building is the most time consuming process. Model building for all-time series is a difficult proposition in terms of time consumption when we have to deal with high volumes of time series. So, clustering the time series can help grouping similar time series in together. There are many available algorithms for creating time series clusters. We have used DTW algorithm to get DTW distance matrix and this distance matrix is used to create hierarchical clusters  of Time series. DTW algorithm finds the minimal distance between pairs of sequences by allowing flexible shift in alignment to compute pair wise DTW distances. Once time series clustering is done we need to fit the model to Time Series clusters. In this paper, a novel algorithm is proposed to fit different models to Time Series clusters. Different Time Series models are evaluated for each cluster by using this proposed algorithm. This ultimately reduces model building time and hence overall forecasting time.
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- Date of Publication: 17 January 2019
- Prasanta PandaTata Consultancy Services (TCS), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
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Prasanta Panda "Time Series Clustering and Model fitting to Time Series Clusters" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.39-44 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/39-44.pdf
Human resource planning and development enable demand forecasting of manpower in the right ways. It is a planned strategic move to approach step by step. It is organized with the designed goals, objectives, mission and vision; to accomplish the target fixed. Managing changes in the organizations are necessary in the current times. It calibrates to the competition. It creates a stagnant organization amply kinetic and mobile. It happens by virtue of adopting cataclysmic changes seamlessly; in consonance to the business environment. The case in place is an example of human resource planning and strategic intervention in British Airways. This is a paradigm to envisage the facets of changes that occurred in the organization. It a critical analysis to study the organizational processes and architecture (Haines, S. (Ed), 2006). In fact, the two books namely, ‘Third Wave’ and ‘Future Shock’ of Alvin Toffler propagated an ethos for change and highlighted its importance. It revolutionized the ideology of people to shift their focus. Both the books stated that “Change is the process which pervades our life and it is important to look at it, not merely from the grand perspectives of history, but also from the vantage point of living, breathing individuals who experience it”. Therefore, change is believed to be the only thing that is constant and change is inevitable. British Airways had to adopt change for mitigating its fiscal crisis and revived the shocking people from a stalemate phase of the company, but the process that it passed through was scientifically model driven. In reading the organizational charts of British Airways, we can explore an overview of the organizational profile. The organizational processes that were needed to be changed for meeting the offing changes in the environment in 1980 are quite obvious. It happened with British Telecom too. It happened in the British political and people’s mandate. Companies went through the changes in the business philosophy. Core mission changed in the organizations. It was a time of reformation and reconstitution of the organizations across the globe and was in the path of privatization process (Baron, J.N. & Kreps, D.M., 1999). Changes happened with the organizational structure, organizational cultural-mix, recruitment-job placement-training, and promotion policy. Essentially these all and other aspects relevantly provided ideas for studying the organizational change in British Airlines. It also catered to changes in the HR policy, organizational architecture and organizational culture and so forth (Baren, D.R. & Schuler, R.S., 2004). These processes being inter-related also influenced each other. They critically examined to ascertain the issues and challenges, bottlenecks and benefits, and facilitated improvisation in the performance of British Airways. These all contributed for designing the organizational architecture in consonance to the need. Equity-based privatization process, reformative steps, re-engineering and competition call for precision in the decision making of the organization. These aspects being treated rightly give a picture of an intelligent future organization.
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- Dr. S. P. Rath Professor, College of Finance, Management & Development Studies, Ethiopian Civil Service University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Dr. Chandu Ravi Kumar Assistant Professor, College of Finance, Management & Development Studies, Ethiopian Civil Service University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Dr. S. P. Rath, Dr. Chandu Ravi Kumar "Strategic Intervention for HR Planning and Development- Managing Change in British Airways & Retrospect & Lessons for Air India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.45-52 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/45-52.pdf
The harmful wastes are generated from hospitals sites. As per the utility of hospital, each one has its own profile for the production and carrying of waste according to its locality. Now days it is big issue to manage hospital waste and its transportation from health and environmental risks point of view. This article gives a about generation of waste from a five hospital nearby region. The plan was suggested for the management of hospital waste from starting point to the collection areas and final disposal. The hospital generated waste should be controlled from the sources of generation to the final disposal. The plan presented here is an important for the proper management of hospital waste. It provides an appraisal of the profile of generation, collection, transportation and storage of healthcare waste in a hospital. This plan which was efficient and cost effective can be used in any medical establishments.
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- Date of Publication: 19 January 2019
- Arvind ShuklaStudent ME (Civil Engineering) SSBT’s College of Engineering & Technology, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India
- F I ChavanAssistant Professor, Civil Engineering Department, SSBT’s College of Engineering & Technology, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India
- P A Shirule Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Department, SSBT’s College of Engineering & Technology, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India
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Arvind Shukla, F I Chavan, P A Shirule "A Plan for Management of Hospital Generated Waste" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.53-57 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/53-57.pdf
While undertaking the valuation of any company there are three broad approaches to valuation namely Asset approach, Income approach and Market approach, for relative valuations. Peers taken should be as close as possible to the company being valued. It is preferred that the peer companies should have a similar Business model, Accounting practices, Growth pattern Return on capital invested Financial and operational risk. Accordingly three peer companies were selected for the study. The objective was to know the valuation process for the prospective company in case of initial public offering. The financial data for three years was collected from secondary source and was subjected relative valuation techniques to know the approximate price for offering shares to the public. The present work contributes to emerging market literature on equity valuation
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- Date of Publication: 31 January 2019
- Vaibhav Badgi KLE Dr. M.S. Sheshgiri College of Engineering and Technology, Belgaum, Karnataka, India
- Shweta Tadkod KLE Dr. M.S. Sheshgiri College of Engineering and Technology, Belgaum, Karnataka, India
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Vaibhav Badgi and Shweta Tadkod "A Study on Relative Valuation with Reference IPO Valuation in Dairy Industry" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.58-66 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/58-66.pdf
The research scrutinized the effects of varying amount of sodium chloride (NaCl) addition and type of curing water on the workability, density and the compressive strength of concretes produced from Portland limestone cement (PLC) at 7, 14, 21 and 28 days. The percentages of NaCl added to the concrete mix were 0, 2, 6 and 10 %. A constant water / binder ratio of 0.5 was used for all mixes. The results showed that raw and 2 % NaCl concrete mixes have similar slump and reasonably competitive strength properties. Generally, the performance of concretes decreases with increasing NaCl contents and concretes cured in sea water have poorer results compared to those cured in ordinary water. It is recommended that the common cement (PLC) may not be used for constructions around sea areas as they would be prone to more deterioration, but pozzolans or other chloride resisting cements should be applied.
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- Michael O. DadaDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
- Regina O. OlulopeDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
- Adeyemi E. AdetoroDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
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Michael O. Dada, Regina O. Olulope, Adeyemi E. Adetoro "Effects of Curing Environment on the Performance of Concrete Containing Sodium Chloride Additive" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.67-71 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/67-71.pdf
The research examined the physico – chemical properties of a shallow well water lined with fresh concrete in Ado – Ekiti, Ekiti State. Two separate samples were collected and analyzed using standard method (s) of examination of water quality (ies) - one from the shallow well lined with in-situ concrete and the other from an old existing adjoined ringed well. Parameters studied included chemical and physical ones, which are pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Turbidity, Total Hardness, Chloride, Carbonate and Bicarbonate, Alkalinity, Calcium, Iron, Nitrate, Colour, Odour and Temperature. The physicochemical parameters of the old existing adjoined ringed shallow well water were within while most of the shallow well lined with in-situ concrete were beyond the permissible limits for potable water. However, remarkable reductions in the concentration levels of these parameters were observed when same sample were subjected to boiling and water guard treatment. Thus, the shallow well lined with in-situ concrete water should not be hurriedly used for domestic purpose. In case of urgency in demand for water, such shallow well water should be subjected to treatment.
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- Date of Publication: 01 February 2019
- Michael O. DadaDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
- Adeyemi E. AdetoroDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
- Gloria O. AkinwamideDepartment of Civil Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic, Ado – Ekiti, Nigeria
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Michael O. Dada, Adeyemi E. Adetoro, Gloria O. Akinwamide "Comparative Analyses of Physico – Chemical Properties of In-Situ Concrete Lined and Ringed Shallow Wells Water" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.72-75 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/72-75.pdf
The study assessed the economic influence of oil pipeline breakages on economy of Nigeria. The major objectives of the research were to determine the effects of economic values of oil and gas resources lost due to incidences of pipeline breakages on the gross Domestic Product (GDP) contribution of the oil and gas sector as well as the influence of the casual factors of pipeline breakages which include pipeline rupture, fire explosion, acts of sabotage and oil theft induced pipeline breakages on the aggregates financial resources (economic value) lost due pipeline breakages. The study also determined the trend of oil pipeline breakages induced economic risks. Time series data was obtained from the pipeline products marketing company (PPMC) and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on the economic values of crude and refined oil and gas resources lost due to pipeline breakages and the GDP contribution of the oil and gas sector. The multiple regression method cum trend analysis were used to analyze the data obtained using the GDP oil and gas and the aggregate economic values of oil and gas resources lost over the years as dependent variables. It was found that the economic cost of pipeline breakages had significant effect on the GDP contribution of the oil and gas sector. The quantitative model expressing the economic effects of pipeline breakages on the GDP contribution of the oil and gas sector is: GDPOG = 3139557.7 – 124.1VRPPL - 2.93VCROL + 283.8REMCOST + e. Similarly, the mathematical model which expresses the relationship between the dependent variable (aggregate economic value of oil resources lost) and the explanatory variables (rupture, oil theft, sabotage and pipeline fire) is: AGGVOLOS = 10647.29 + 549.4RUPTURE – 6.44OILTHEFT + 124.1SABOTAGE – 67.6FIRE. The trend analysis indicates that there is an increases trend in aggregate pipeline breakages inducing economic risks over the period. Recommendations were given based on the research findings.
- Date of Publication: 02 February 2019
- Nwokedi, Theophilus C Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
- Chinedum Onyemechi Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
- Ehileme, Ikechukwu Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
- Okafor, Cajethan Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
- Okonko, Ifiok Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
- Ndubisi, Leonard Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigreria.
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Nwokedi, Theophilus C, Chinedum Onyemechi, Ehileme, Ikechukwu, Okafor, Cajethan, Okonko, Ifiok, Ndubisi, Leonard "An Assessment of the Influence of the Economic Cost of Oil Pipeline Transport Infrastructure Breakages on GDP Contribution of the Oil and Gas Logistics Sector in Nigeria" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.76-85 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/76-85.pdf
Vehicle theft is one of the major problems what we are facing today. This paper deals with the design and development of an anti-theft surveillance system for automobile. The developed system makes use of an embedded system based on Raspberry pi. The designed and developed system is implemented in a Vehicle. The monitoring and controlling system in the installed device use GPS for positioning information, camera for monitoring the activities of the driver inside the vehicle and GSM/GPRS or information transmission. It acquires vehicle’s location information (latitude longitude), video streaming after specified time interval. And transmit the vehicle’s location and other information (including ignition status, video streaming, door open/close status) to the monitoring station/Tracking server after specified interval of time. The Developed web based software to display all transmitted information to end user along with displaying location of vehicle on a map and controlling information of the vehicle engine, it becomes more user friendly. The security system will warn the owner of the vehicle by sending SMS when there has been an intrusion into the vehicle.
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- Date of Publication: 02 February 2019
- Praveen UKAssistant Professor, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology Athiplayam, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
- Ashique Mohammed MFinal Year UG Students, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology Athiplayam, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
- Rajasekar.MFinal Year UG Students, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology Athiplayam, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
- Mookaiah.SFinal Year UG Students, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology Athiplayam, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
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Praveen UK, Ashique Mohammed M, Rajasekar.M, Mookaiah.S " Real Time Anti-Theft Vehicular Surveillance System Using Raspberry Pi" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.86-91 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/86-91.pdf
This research paper presents a microcontroller based digital door lock security system using keypad which will provide complete security solution to lives and properties at homes, schools and offices. The security system contains a 4X4 keypad input unit for entering the Personal Identification Number (PIN) and a display unit in form of Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) for visual display of information. It also contain a servo motor that serves as a switching for locking and unlocking the door and a programmed microcontroller that processes the input information and take appropriate action. When a user enters a PIN into the security system installed at any entrance, the system captures the PIN and compares it with the stored PINs for a match. If the captured PIN matches with any of the stored PINs, access granted is displayed on the LCD and the door opens; otherwise, access denied is displayed on the LCD and the door remains closed. For change of PIN, the user presses # button then the system asks for current PIN and matches it with stored PINs for a match. If a match was found, the user will be asked to enter the new PIN twice, else the user is asked for the current PIN again. The system recorded 100% success rate (SR) access granted to registered users and 100% failure rate (FR) for non-registered users. It is also system is cheap, affordable, small and relatively easy enough to install with just a couple of steps.
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- Date of Publication: 03 February 2019
- Orji E.Z.Computer Engineering Department, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria
- Nduanya U.I.Computer Engineering Department, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria
- Oleka C.V.Computer Engineering Department, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria
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Orji E.Z., Nduanya U.I. and Oleka C.V. "Microcontroller Based Digital Door Lock Security System Using Keypad" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.92-97 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/92-97.pdf
Many existing building do not meet the seismic strength requirements of present earth quake codes due to original structural inadequacy and material degradation due to time. The case study in this paper mainly emphasizes to identify the several problems which the building faced at the time of earthquake and to analysis the building after earthquake and to redesign the plan & structure using various kind of test, such as visual survey, field work, tapping & NDT test. The codes like IS 13311(part 1,2), IS 1893:2002, IS 456 :1978 are used. This paper gives brief idea about how the process of retrofitting & repairing is carry forwarded.
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- Date of Publication: 07 February 2019
- Ahjoliya DhruviB.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Dholu SmitB.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Patel Ketu H.B.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Tarpara YashB.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Patel YashB.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Bhavya SolankiB.E. Student, Civil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
- Prof. Darshika ShahCivil Engineering Department, Aditya Silver Oak Institute of Technology, Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat, India
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Ahjoliya Dhruvi, Dholu Smit, Patel Ketu H., Tarpara Yash, Patel Yash, Bhavya Solanki, Prof. Darshika Shah "Repair and Retrofitting of Building" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.98-102 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/98-102.pdf
In recent years, with the growing shortage of wood from the forest, the search for alternative fibre producing plant material has been initiated in many countries of the world. The generation of fast growing high biomass yielding plant is thought to be one of the solutions to mean the shortage of cellulosic material. However, certain agricultural plants producing high biomass are found to be suitable substitute. Among them ground nut shell may serve partly as an alternative resource. In this study we extracted cellulosic fibre from ground nut shell by kraft’s process and we compared other source of cellulosic fibrous materials. In application we produced paper from ground nut shell. This is going to be more effective and alterative for cellulosic fibre in future.
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- Date of Publication: 07 February 2019
- Karthikeyan SStudent, Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India
- Anees Varghese K TStudent, Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India
- Maddekar Mohammed SananStudent, Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India
- Sathish Kumar SStudent, Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India
- Barathiraja PAssistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Tamil Nadu, India
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Karthikeyan S, Anees Varghese K T, Maddekar Mohammed Sanan, Sathish Kumar S, Barathiraja P "Manufacture of Pulp Extraction to Produce Paper from Ground Nut Shells" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.103-109 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/103-109.pdf
This paper presents the application of iris scan to improve the accuracy of existing face recognition system using computer vision and machine learning. The motivation of this research work was initiated with the desire to address the problems identified in the current trend (face recognition system) after an exhaustive literature review of some existing works relating to human vision technology. Success and limitations were noted of which we single out the major setback of the existing system (inability to recognize identical twin, caricature faces and faces with plastic surgery). The main aim is to present a novel literature that improves the result of existing face recognition system using a new approach (iris scan). The new face recognition process includes face detection, iris localization, histogram equalization, edge detection, normalization, feature extraction among other image processing techniques, training, classification and label. Some existing works will be reviewed and analyzed. The new system will be implemented using image acquisition tool, image processing tool, computer vision tool and mathlab. The implementation and result will be tested and result recorded.
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- Date of Publication: 10 February 2019
- Asogwa Tochukwu ChijinduComputer Science, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria
- Ituma ChinagolumComputer Science, Ebonyi State University Abakaliki, Nigeria
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Asogwa Tochukwu Chijindu, Ituma Chinagolum "Application of IRIS Scan to Improve the Accuracy of Existing Face Recognition System using Computer Vision and Machine Learning" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.110-116 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/110-116.pdf
The financial market offers a wide assortment of investments which vary from each other concerning the arrival, hazard and the holding up period. An investor must know about the merits and demerits concerning every venture channel to choose a course of investment plan. At the point when the financial literacy builds, the investor may take an educated choice about his or her investment portfolio, which will profit both the nation and also the individual investor. There are various investment options accessible today. Investment has been a movement kept to the rich and business class before. This can be credited to certainty that accessibility of investible assets is a pre-imperative to the organization of assets. Be that as it may, today with the developing income dimension of the general population investment has turned into a family unit word and is famous with individuals such as: a) Financial Securities b) Mutual Funds Schemes c) Real Assets
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- Date of Publication: 10 February 2019
- Shashi Bhushan MishraDepartment of Management Studies, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Richa DarshanDepartment of Management Studies, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Shashi Bhushan Mishra, Richa Darshan "Behavioural Finance: Investment Patterns of Financially Literate People in Indore City" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.8 issue 1, January 2019, pp.117-121 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.8Issue1/117-121.pdf