Shear Performance of Fibre Reinforced Concrete Beams: A General Review
Maruthachalam D, Karthik MP
This paper reviewed emblematic discussion on behaviour of concrete composite beam subjected to monotonic and cyclic loading as tentative analysis contributes through the research of the review. The main discussion is commonly about the shear behaviour of beams made-up of various structural members, were tested at various loading condition.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(3), 1-2
Experimental Analysis of Streaming over Mobile Ad hoc Networks using PUMA
Aiswarya Antony, Swarna Parvathi S, Akshaya Venkatesan
An ad hoc network is a dynamic wireless network with the engagement of cooperative nodes without a fixed infrastructure. Multicasting is intended for group communication that supports the dissemination of information from a sender to all the receivers in a group
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(3), 3-6
Analysis of Retrofitted Clutch Cum brake (CCB) Assembly
Arunkumar G, Lawrence P, Sankaranarayanan G, Dhanesh C, Ramu S
Design optimization is an inevitable activity in the product life cycle of a component. It has been proved that finite element analysis helps to achieve design optimization with much ease. A mechanical element such as cone clutch and brake (CCB) used in specialized equipment has been analyzed in this work.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(3), 7-10
Gene Selection of Microarray Data Classification and Prediction for Colon-Rectum Cancer using Integer Programming
Shenbaga Ezhil S, Vijayalakshmi C
Cancer is a family of diseases originated from genetic abnormalities which may be inherited. The classification of cancer is essential for administrating the most effective treatment, and has been traditionally based on the analysis of its morphological appearance.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(3), 11-13
Flexural behaviour of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete beams: a general review
Maruthachalam D, Muthukumar J
Performance of conventional concrete is enhanced by the addition of fibres in concrete. The brittleness in concrete is reduced and the adequate ductility of concrete is ensured by the addition of fibres in concrete. In this paper the behaviour of RC beam structures strengthened by using hybrid fibre reinforced concrete (HFRC) is analyzed.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(3), 14-16
Analysis of an automotive oil filter housing assembly using finite element method
Gopinathan R, Lawrence P, Anitha Y, Santhanakrishnan S, Ramu S
The oil filter housing assembly is the part of the lubrication system of an automobile and since it is located near to the engine, the vibrations are enormous. So it is more appropriate to do the analysis on the oil Filter Housing assembly of an automobile (car).
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(4), 17-20
An efficient extended GA technique for two dimensional protein folding based on decisive factor
Kalai Chelvi T, Rangarajan P
Protein folding recognition for long pattern protein sequence is a great research area for many years in the biological and protein research field. In order to fold the long sequence of protein in an efficient way, authors of this paper proposed a new procedure for mapping appropriate protein structure to its corresponding 2D fold through swarm intelligence model
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(4), 21-27
A Cost Comparative Analysis for Economic Load Dispatch Problems Using Modern Optimization Techniques
Subramanian R, Prakash A, Thanushkodi K
The Economic Load Dispatch (ELD) problems are the major consideration in electric power generation systems in order to reduce the fuel cost their by reducing the total cost for the generation of electric power. This paper presents an Efficient and Reliable Firefly Algorithm (FA) for solving ELD Problem.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(4), 28-32
Electrical streering controlled by ECU for automobiles based on mechatronics approach
Bhutalapalli Sridivya, Ramavath Puramdas, SaiKrishna Kishore K, Venkata Ramesh Mamilla
In this paper vehicle steering concepts based on Steer-by- wire systems are examined. Advantages taken from the use of such systems are outlined; the control architecture and objectives in connection with the needed sensors are detailed.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(4), 33-35
Generation and Assessing the Composition of Commercial Solid Waste in Commercial City of Bangladesh
Satyajit Roy Das, Md. Lokman Hossain, Mohammed Abdus Salam, Snigdha Talukder, Maksuda Khanam, Farzana Aktar, Mohammed Kamal Hossain
The study was conducted in Jamalkhan Ward, Chittagong, Bangladesh to determine the generation rates, physical composition and characterization of commercial solid waste (CSW) and to identify the current situation of commercial solid waste management.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(5), 36-41
Analysis and material balance of pig iron by using energy audit
Sachin R. Kale, Neelem S. Gohel
An energy audit is a study of a plant or facility to determine how and where energy is used and to identify methods for energy savings. There is now a universal recognition of the fact that new technologies and much greater use of some that already exist provide the most hopeful prospects for the future.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(5), 42-46
Studies on drilling of wood based composite panels
Valarmathi TN, Palanikumar K, Sekar S
Engineered wood or wood composites are used for domestic purposes and mainly in furniture industries. These composite wood products are manufactured by binding the wood with additives to form composite materials for specific applications.
Indian Journal of Engineering, 2013, 2(5), 47-50
Wi-Fi & WiMAX: A Comparative Study
Sourangsu Banerji, Rahul Singha Chowdhury
Usually broadband wireless access networks are considered to be enterprise level networks providing us with more capacity as well as coverage. We have seen that in remote inaccessible areas wired networks are not at all cost effective.