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Title : Looking Forward To the Debate of Future Business towards Globalisation
Authors : Mboungou Mouyabi Seke
The concept of globalisation in the last years has been a hot topic luring much attention and debate. In the attempt to bring back the debate from a different perspective; this paper seeks to anticipate the debate among business leaders of our time and organisations to the menagerie of terms and existing issues; to alert them of the possible but tangible change that is yet to come. This change will subsequently alter the way we do business in its full spectrum; it will obsolete many techniques and methods to impose the new world
Title : Reverse Innovation: A Revolution of the Present and Future of the Emerging Markets
Authors : Mboungou Mouyabi Seke
Emerging markets are generally in demand for the potential customers they represent — imaginably hundreds of millions of new consumers who are looking or will be looking in the near future for products to buy. Reverse Innovation; however, the term coined by the research of two Dartmouth University Professors Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble refers to any innovation that get born first in the Developing countries with an intention to later launch it in the western or developed markets. In others words, it is the opposite way of the existing innovation path, adapted in the emerging countries. This new strategy, ‘reverses’ the traditional path to innovation and in this paper, the author, after visiting Brazil on a business tour, discusses how this new strategy constitutes the basis of the present and future revolution of the emerging markets
Title : Review Paper on Broadband Antenna Design Techniques for Wireless Application System
Authors : Rihana Parveen, Mohd Abdulla
In this paper presented review about the broadband antenna design. The broad band antenna has been using since many past decades. The broad band antenna would be design by many numbers of techniques like shorting pin and shorting post, slotting technique, by using different shape of patch and ground plane, using via hole technique, the broad band antenna has been using simultaneously in multiband application. The broad band antenna has been using in many application like GSM, WLAN, GPS, Blutooth, Wi-Max and Satellite & radar application. In this paper discussed history of broad band antenna and discussed about the work of past decades and future aspects
Title : Survey on Improved SDRP for Wireless Sensor Network
Authors : Kavita J. Patil, Prof. Prashant Jawalkar
Remote remaking in a remote sensor zone (WSN) is the path toward sending one more code picture or noteworthy summons to sensor centres. As in the most opposing circumstances, WSN is used; secure rethinking was always and will always remain a major concern. Although all current dubious/secure recreating traditions rely on upon the concentrated approach, it is basic to support coursed rehashing in which variously endorsed framework customers can in the meantime and especially sensor centres are examined again without the inclusion of base station. Recently, a new secure and scattered recreating tradition known as SDRP has been introduced this is an important work in its own category. Regardless, this paper recognises a natural arrangement a gap in the customer pre-processing time of SDRP and shows that it is susceptible towards an emulate attack than can allow the enemy to extend mirror any endorsed customer to finish re-examining. Along these lines, this paper introduced a clear acclimation for settlement of the perceived security issue without compromising on any components of SDRP.
Title : An Experimental Investigation On High Performance Concrete By Partial Replacement Of Saw Dust Ash With Cement , M-Sand With Fine Aggregate And Study On Environmental Effects Of Concrete With CO2 Emission
Authors : Sribalaji. R, Thenmozhi. S, Chinnasamy
Concrete technology has made tremendous strides in the past decade, it is one of the largest consumers of natural resources in which it is used to make long-lasting and energy-efficient buildings. In this technocratic era, there is a massive ascend in diligence and metropolis which shows the continuous exploitation in emerging materials. Due to the continuous utilization of construction materials leads to the scarcity of natural concrete and also there is a raise in dumping of wastage. To overcome dumping of concrete waste many researchers made an alternate/substantial material, which is a high performance concrete (HPC) provides high workability and durability over conventional concrete with lower water-cement ratio..To overcome the above mentioned issues, Firstly the use of partial replacement of materials is considered. HPC will be cast for M35 grade and the partial replacement of concrete material is used to reuse industrial waste such as saw dust ash (SDA) as a cement replacement in the range of 10%, 15%, 20% by weight for M35, the M-Sand as a fine aggregate replacement in the range of 20%, 30%, 40% by weight of sand and class 1 quarry stone as coarse aggregate by weight of aggregate. Water reducing admixture added to lower water-cement ratio of concrete. In this concrete, strength and durability properties such as compressive, split tensile and flexural strength are evaluated for mixes of concrete. Secondly, to be eco-friendly (i.e.) reduction of greenhouse gases from the cement , where cement production emits 5% of global carbon dioxide in which half of it from combustion and calcination process. A wide range of options exists to reduce the emission of CO2 in the concrete and will be discussing their systematic investigation in that field
Title : An integrated feature based CAD/CAPP Optimization solution using .IGES data format
Authors : Mahmoud Houshmand, Reza Ghasemi, Omid Fatahi Valilai
In todays globalized manufacturing environment, Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) paradigm has been known as one of the effective enablers. Researchers believe that CIM paradigm can overcome the challenges like ever changing markets and customize oriented products. Of these dominant challenges, fulfilling the role as a bridge which joins the Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Process planning (CAPP) areas can be remarked. Although many solutions have been proposed in the area of CAPP, new research and solutions are still required, as it is believed that the CAPP is a complex engineering problem by facilitating the effective transformation of product design information. In this paper the dominant researches in the fields of CAPP integration with CAD have been investigated. Considering the lacks of the current researches, the paper proposes an effective solution based for integrating the CAD and CAPP areas. This integration is based on the concept of feature based design and manufacturing and benefits from the capability of enabling optimization in process planning area. The different aspects of the proposed solution has been discussed through a comprehensive case study. The capability of the proposed solution for integration with industrial optimization packages while marinating the integrity of the data is of the paper great achievements
Title : An Assessment of Villa Garden Quality
Authors : Dr. Imad M. Assali
The focus of this research is to examine the significance of a domestic gardens (yards) to the house residents. A house landscape is increasingly seen as an important issue in urban areas in controlling the micro-climate, enhancing the quality of the environment, improve the health and well-being, confers many physical and aesthetic benefits in an urban environment, and providing opportunities for urban dwellers to reconnect with nature. These green spaces, which compose a high percentage of urban areas found in private gardens of detached housing units (villa) 1. Therefore, this research focuses on an efficient landscape design applied to domestic garden to provide a sustainable environment. Review some literature shows that scholars concentrated on public parks and their environmental impact with little attention has been given to the domestic garden. The main objective of this research is to explore and analyses the use of domestic gardens in the Juffair area in the kingdom of Bahrain 2, this area was selected because it is a newly developed residential area and inhabited by people from different cultures. The results show the involvement of landscape design in increasing the environmental efficiency for both the existing and the new homes and as a result improve the quality of living for its people.
Title : Design of Wide Band Microstrip-Line-Fed Antenna for C and S Band Applications
Authors : Seema Pandey, Puran Gour
By using the concept of defect ground structure (DGS) plane, a microstrip antenna is designed for C and S Band applications. The antenna is designed on standard FR 4 substrate with operating frequency 3 GHz. DGS is used to enhance the impedance bandwidth. A meander shape is integrated on the ground plane and corners are truncated. A 50 Ω microstrip feed line which behaves like a tuning stub, is used to excite the proposed antenna. The variation in the length of tuning stub affects the reflection coefficient of the proposed antenna and hence controls the return loss level as well as improves other parameters. The simulation of proposed antenna is done on IE3D tool and measure characteristics of fabricated antenna
Title : High Speed Railway Integrated Maintenance Logistics Monitoring System Based on the Internet of Things Technology
Authors : Alhossein Mohamed, Peng Qiyuan
The paper introduces the management process and composition of high speed railway integrated maintenance logistics monitoring system based on Internet of Things technology and Matlab simulation and field test on the critical technical problem of the monitoring system, i.e. reader-reader collision. The research results show that for the high speed railway integrated maintenance logistics monitoring system provided with less than 5 readers which are based on probabilistic power control algorithm, such readers can monitor a range exceeding 3.5m with favorable effect by relying on the embedded software, thereby ensuring the feasibility of the system.
Title : Effect of SiC, Mixed with EDM Oil on MRR, Surface Roughness & Tool Wear Rate
Authors : Shivam Goyal, Kunal Singh, Ashish saxena
In this research work the effect of SiC powder mixed with EDM oil on Surface Roughness, Material Removal Rate (MRR) & Tool wear rate is investigated and the results are optimized. For conducting experiments, parameters like Voltage, Current, Pulse on time, Duty factor are kept constant and parameters i.e. Grain size of SiC Powder & Concentration of SiC powder are varied. For studying the performance characteristics of AISI 1020 Low Carbon Steel (LCS) using Powder mixed EDM machine Signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio is employed. The experimental result shows that surface roughness, Material Removal Rate (MRR) & Tool wear Rate is highly influenced by Grain size & Concentration of powder mixed with EDM oil. As a result we found that at medium Sized SiC powder and at concentration of 6 gm./ltr. of SiC powder we get the optimum level for MRR, Surface Roughness (Ra) & Tool Wear Rate (TWR). So to get larger value of MRR alongwith improved surface finish and lower tool wear rate machining should be done with SiC powder of medium grain size mixed with EDM oil in the concentration of 6 gm./ltr.
Title : Evaluation of the Seismic Response of High Pier Bridges with Longitudinal Restrainers
Authors : Olga Markogiannaki, Ioannis Tegos
The presence of high piers in bridges increases the influence of P-δ effects and results in large longitudinal movements regarding the seismic response of bridges. The main target of the present study is to propose and investigate the performance of a longitudinal restraining system for bridge movements that accommodate P-δ effects. A possible solution for addressing large longitudinal displacements is increasing piers’ stiffness which can be achieved by enlarging their cross-sections in the bridge design. However, in this manner the total cost of the bridge is largely increased and in case that hollow sections are used the available ductility is reduced. The use of seismic dampers could be another possible way to reduce seismic movements but it is not cost-effective, as well. In the present paper a cost-effective restraining system is presented. The targeted reduction of the longitudinal seismic displacements is achieved with the installation of four bundles of steel rebars, called STR’s, in bridge’s deck which can receive tension and compression loading, as well. The forces of the steel bundles are transferred to the properly designed abutments. A bridge with high piers was utilized as a case study for the investigation of the contribution of the mechanism to limiting the longitudinal displacements and P-δ effects. Non-linear analyses were performed for a suite of ground motions. The analyses’ results have shown the improved seismic behaviour of bridges with high piers when designed with the restraining system of steel bundles
Title : GIS Based Route Optimization for Effective Traffic Management
Authors : M. Sureshkumar, S. Supraja, R. Bhavani Sowmya
Route optimization is one of the important requirement for proper traffic management in cities. The spatial analysis technique using by Geographical information system (GIS) plays a vital role in route optimization. Route optimization doesn’t mean only shortest path, but it will also increase the maximum utilization of the route in a proper way. The necessity of utilization of advanced technique in traffic management is essential. In this study, the traffic volume survey was conducted in all important locations where the transit system fails to fulfil its requirement in the study area. Global positioning system (GPS) was used to collect the spatial location information. Satellite image was used to create base map and other thematic maps. The causes for transit problem was identified and the alternate routes are suggested by using GIS analysis.