Volume -8, Issue -3  Feb 2022

Investigation of the Thermal Profile of a Crop Dryer Powered by Generator Exhaust Gas Waste Heat
Authors : C. Ononogbo,O.C. Nwufo,G.N. Nwaji,E. C. Nwosu,P. C. Nwadinobi,C.A. Okoronkwo,J.O. Igbokwe,E.E. Anyanwu,


The thermal profile of an exhaust gas waste heat recovery (WHR) crop dryer is presented. The dryer uses a parallel flow heat exchanger to recover the exhaust gas waste heat of a diesel engine generator for the drying of food crops. No-load tests of the assembled test rig were conducted to study the temperature profile and heat transfer rates in the dryer at varying inlet ambient air... Read More

Technological Process of Increasing the Density of Elements  in a Compact Transimpedance Amplifier based on Heterostructures, Porosity and Missmatch  Induced Stress of Materials
Authors : E.L. Pankratov,


In this paper, we introduce an approach to increase the density of field-effect transistors framework a compact transimpedance amplifier. In the present theoretical framework, the approach we consider in the manufacturing the inverter in heterostructure with specific configuration. Several required areas of the heterostructure should be doped by diffusion (alternatively they could be doped by... Read More

Synthesis and Characterization of Silver Nanoparticles using Green Route
Authors : S.S. Gandhad,P.R. Jeergal,E. Veena,L. Hublikar,L.D. Horakeri,S.N. Mathad,Shishir Shishir R.Patil,


The motto of the work investigates the synthesis of silver nano-particles by simple and economic green synthesis. With aid of citrus fruit that is lemon peel extract under different conditions, Characterization of silver nano-particles was carried out by using ultra-violet visible spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, Fourier transferred infrared spectroscopy. The antimicrobial activities of... Read More

Performance Enhancement of Cognitive Radio Networks  Using SINR-Based Cooperative Beamforming
Authors : P. Suresh Kumar,G. Nirmala,S. Manimegalai,H. Arulvedi,


The Model Cognitive Radio Network (MCRN) is developed as a cooperative beam forming method specially designed to provide dynamic spectrum allocation for Primary and Secondary Users. The purpose of the design is to minimize the transmit power of a transmitter area, an eavesdropper, a primary receiver, and multiple secondary receivers were given with distinct Signal to Interference and Noise Ratio... Read More

Smart Trolley with Automatic Billing System using Arudino
Authors : Shishir.R. Patil,Shridhar N. Mathad,S.S. Gandhad,M.C. Ellemmi,


Nowadays, shopping malls (supermarkets) are almost developed with much technological advancement. A shopping mall is mall where we get different items like glass items, toys, kitchen sets ,groceries, decorative items and so many. Lots of people like to shop because of attractions like discounts, home delivery and so on. People have to wait in long queues especially on weekends and customer has... Read More

Analyzing the Corrosion Behaviour of Cu doped ZnO Nanomaterials on Mild Steel in NaCl Solution
Authors : S. Subhasree,


: The present work focuses on the synthesis of Pure and Copper doped Zinc oxide nanocomposites using the extraction of Ocimum sanctum. The nanocomposites were characterized using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), Energy Dispersive X-ray Analysis (EDAX). A methodical processing has been conducted on... Read More

Eating Disorder Disease –  Potential Causes and Physical Complications
Authors : Shreyas Saride,Esha Kanna,Vincent Aroulmoji,Rathinavel Thirumalaisamy,Riaz Khan,


The purpose of this review is to create awareness about Eating Disorders (ED) disease to the sufferers, their families, and the society in general. The disease threatens the health of millions of young girls aged roughly between 14 to 28 years and also some boys. The review will deal with the following topics related to Eating Disorders (ED): Hunger and why we feel hungry; discuss the causes of... Read More

An Approach to Increase Integration Rate of Elements of a Dynamic Comparator
Authors : E.L. Pankratov,


In this paper we introduce an approach to increase integration rate of elements of a dynamic comparator. In the framework of the approach we consider a heterostructure, which consists of a substrate and an epitaxial layer with special configuration. After that we consider doping by diffusion or ion implantation of several specific areas of the epitaxial layer with annealing of them in the... Read More

On Fuzzy Supra Baire Spaces
Authors : E. Poongothai,A. Celine,


The idea of this paper is to introduce the concepts of fuzzy supra Baire spaces by means of fuzzy supra nowhere dense set in fuzzy supra topological spaces with suitable examples to illustrate the concepts. Several characterizations of fuzzy supra Baire spaces are also studied. ... Read More

Thermal Radiations Mitigation and Stealth using Egyptians Cotton Fabrics Treated with ZnO Nanoparticles and Chlorophyll
Authors : Salah M.Saleh,Ahmed F.Gimiee,Hanaa A. Saad,


The present research examined to develop thermal radiations mitigation and stealth textiles that could protect the objects from detection by various sensors in the wide spectral range. In this research, samples of dyed long stable Egyptian cotton fabric made from Giza 86 which can conceal the object both in the visible (VIS) (380nm-780nm) and near infrared (NIR) (780nm –1200nm) radiation... Read More

Evaluation of Topography Retrieval of Exo Mars Using  Single Image DTM Estimation and Super Resolution  Restoration Method-Review
Authors : P. Suresh Kumar,G. Nirmala,S. Manimegalai,H. Arulvedi,


This review examines the meta-data of high-resolution orbital imagery obtained by Mars during the last four decades. The aim of this study is to provide a starting point for planetary scientists interested in exploring the martian surface for modifications linked to natural phenomena. A framework for generating picture groupings relevant to prioritising regions for shift detection is adopted and... Read More

Modeling and Analysis of the Effects of Surface and Interface States on the Photocurrent and the Efficiency of a Solar Cell Based on n+npp+ Structure
Authors : E.M. Keita,Y. Tabar,B. Ndiaye,A.A. Correa,C. Sene,B. Mbow,


In this article, we study the influence of interface and surface recombination effects on the performance of a solar cell and on the photocurrent profile. This study is applied to chalcopyrite thin film solar cell comprising 4 active layers following the model ZnO(n+)/CdS(n)/CuInS2(p)/CuInSe2(p+) where CuInS2 represents the base and CuInSe2 the substrate. It is based on the continuity... Read More