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The Stacked Semi-Groups and Fuzzy Stacked Systems on  Transportation Models

This paper touched the concept of a new system of abstract algebra .Where we relied on a set of semi order, and the stack of elements in the form of a matrix. We proved that this system is a semi-group, after providing the fuzzy system to the system, and access to the algebraic operations determine the significance of any element in the set and reliance on the location element in the set . Identify new methods to resolve the issues of transportation models in Operations Research.

Design of Mimo Detector using K-Best Algorithm

This paper presents an efficient VLSI architecture for a 4x4 64-QAM multiple-input–multiple-output (MIMO) detector. The augmentation is done by on demand expansion of intermediate nodes of the tree rather than exhaustively, along with pipelined distributed sorters. The proposed architecture has a stable critical path independent of constellation size, scalable to higher number of antennas with efficient distributed sorters. Further, modification will be carried out with the faster multiplication unit to make it scalable to higher number of antennas.

Printed Hexagonal Patch Monopole Antenna with  Hexagonal Slot for Wide Band Frequency Applications

In this paper a hexagonal patch microstrip antenna with hexagonal slot behaves as a wide band monopole antenna having great return loss. It is designed for 1.1194-2.7078 GHz frequency band with wide bandwidth of 1.5884 GHz and return loss of - 73.63dB. A hexagonal patch with etched ground plane monopole antenna with hexagonal Slot is fabricated on the glass epoxy (FR4 lossy) of dielectric substrate with relative permittivity (εr) of 4.3, thickness of 1.6mm, loss tangent of 0.02 with a ground plane, fed with a 50Ω rectangular microstrip feed line. This prototype antenna having an omnidirectional radiation pattern is measured for frequency range of 0-3 GHz. The novelty of this antenna is that hexagonal patch with hexagonal slot gives it uniqueness in design and also getting a bandwidth approx 1.6 GHz with -73dB Return loss is big achievement in 0-3 GHz frequency Band itself. As the antenna is designed only in 0- 3GHz band, having all such properties in one antenna p

CFD Analysis of Pelton Runner
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This paper presents Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of Pelton turbine of Khimti Hydropower in Nepal. The purpose of CFD analysis is to determine torque generated by the turbine and pressure distributions in bucket for further work on fatigue analysis. The CFD analysis is carried out on model size Pelton runner reduced at 1:3.5 scale to minimize computational cost and time. The operating conditions for model size runner is selected in accordance with IEC 60193 and IEC 1116. The paper describes the methods used for CFD analysis using ANSYS CFX software. 3 buckets are used to predict the flow behavior of complete Pelton turbine. k-ε and SST turbulence model with interphase transfer method as free surface and mixture model is compared in the paper. The pressure distribution is found maximum at bucket tip and runner Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD). The torque generated by the middle bucket is replicated over time to determine total torque generated by Pelton turbine.

Regional Disparities in the Levels of Agricultural  Development in Aligarh District of Western Uttar

Agriculture is an economic activity that manifests the complex relationship between natural and human resources. The growth of agriculture is prerequisite for overall development of Indian economy. It contributes significantly to the export earnings and affects the performance of other sectors of the economy through forward and backward linkages. The present paper analysis disparities in agricultural development in Aligarh district at block level during the period of 2011-12. The analysis of the study have been carried out by transforming and combining data related to various variable, (percentage of literate people to total population, percentage of agricultural workers to total workers, percentage of net sown area to total geographical area, fertilizers consumption in kg per hectare, percentage of net irrigated area to net sown area, percentage of canal irrigation to the net irrigated area, percentage of tube well irrigation to the net irrigated area, number of agricul

Simulation of Different Routing Protocols in MANET  Using NS2

Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANETs) is an infrastructure – less network which is created by deploying the mobile nodes carrying wireless devices, able to route the data through multi hop fashion. MANETs uses distributed routing approach. In this paper, analysis of different classification of routing protocols such as: Reactive (AODV, DSR) Proactive (DSDV) and Hybrid protocols ZRP (Zone Routing Protocols) has been done using NS2 simulator. The above work analysis has been done on the following QoS parameters such as: Packet Delivery Ratio, Average Throughput, Routing Overhead and Average Delay

Gray Level Based Power Adaptation for Wireless  Transmission of Images

Gray level Slicing is to highlight a specific range of gray values. Power Adaptation methods are presented for gray level slicing approaches. Power Adaptation methods aims in optimization of the resulting bit error rate by gray level slicing without preserving background and gray level slicing with background. This paper gives us an achievable increase in the proposed method rather than the conventional method with a better quality and the bit error rate is also optimized in proposed method rather than the former method with acceptable quality.

Countabiliy of Infinite Countables and Applications to  Quantitative Finance

This paper is mainly concerned with the application of countability theory in Finance. The author undertakes to explain countability theory for infinite countables not only in a precise manner but also gives analytical examples to simplify the theory even further. Some of the ways of ascertaining countability of infinite countables as indicated by the author entail: finding a bijection, finding a surjection, through a listing of elements and also through the determination of whether the elements are injective. The paper amalgamates Finance and countability by determining main areas in which the theory of countability is applicable in Finance. The paper explores: countability of Financial Statements constitutes, profit countability, countability of required rate of return, countability of company financing, countability in determination of capital investment decisions, countability in working capital constituents and countability in projection of financial statements’ dat

Murderer Algorithm Based Automatic Waking up  System

As the world runs fast, its our duty to run with the world compensating its speed. There is an urge to prove everyone unique. Hence time management play a worthless role in the daily work of a person. At morning it is a herculean task to wake up from the bed. “Let me sleep for some more time” is the first slogan of everyone every morning. But feeling guilty for not waking up in the morning is also encountered in several cases. In this paper we propose a novel “Murderer Algorithm” based automatic waking up system that helps to wake up every morning. The uniqueness of the system is to make the person in the bed to wakeup and get away from the bed. The device employs simple capacitive touch sensor to sense the presence of a person and also a brig

Creative Writing
by smithamber09083 0 Comments favorite 19 Viewed Download 0 Times Creative Writing Writing stories is pretty much far different form writing a paper, because of the creativity that is usually involved. The writer will have to be super imaginative, sometimes even create your own functioning world in your head, with all its systems and then be able to bring it out and present it as a story, connecting all the pieces and ideas birthed from the writers mind.