A comparative study to solve the Differential Algebraic Equation Systems by Using Genetic Algorithm and Neural Networks
Wahed ME, Abdelslam ZA, Eldaken OM
In this paper, the solution system of differential algebraic equations (DAES). A novel hybrid method for the solution of ordinary and partial differential equations is presented here. The method creates trial solutions in Genetic Algorithms, neural network form using a scheme based on grammatical evolution.
Science & Technology 2015, 1(4), 124-136
Structural, chemical and biological aspects of some mix ligand chelates d10 metal
The more resourceful d10metal chelates in their biological activity were synthesized by using biologically important ligands. Synthesized chelates were characterized by IR, Mass spectra, TGA analysis and Elemental analysis.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 137-148
Ground Water Quality Assessment around Gazipur Landfill Site, Delhi
Amit Srivastava, Deepanshu Yadav, Bharat Gaur
Several studies in the past indicated high pollution level in the groundwater or surface water source in and around solid waste landfill sites in Delhi-NCR region. Recently, covering and lining system were provided at Gazipur landfill site to control the rainwater percolating through the waste mass, and, in turn, reducing the leachate formation and its penetration into the soil and groundwater table.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 149-156
Speciation and kinetics of trihalomethanes formation in drinking water supplies
Minashree Kumari, Gupta SK
Trihalomethanes (THMs) are formed in drinking water supplies as a result of chlorination which are carcinogenic in nature and may cause the diseases like bladder cancer, colon cancer etc.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 157-163
Water Quality Assessment in Rural Areas of Bara Tehsil, Allahabad, U.P
Mohd.Nafees, Satyendra Nath, Srivastva SK
A study was conducted to evaluate the physico-chemical charactertics of groundwater quality of selected village of Bara Tehsil, Allahabad, Groundwater samples of different sampling site were analyzed for pH, Temperature, chloride (Cl-), Hardness (TH), Turbidity, Sulphate, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Total Alkalinity.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 164-168
Water Quality Assessment of River Ganges at Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Pankaj Kumar Singh, Satyendra Nath
The present study represents the water quality changes in concentration of physico-chemical parameter in river Ganges of Allahabad. The water sample was collected at five different sites viz.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 169-173
Bio-electrochemical system - a novel technology for metal recovery
Anand Govind More, Sunil Kumar Gupta
Metals like platinum, silver, nickel, cadmium, chromium, copper, zinc, gold etc. are released in the environment through the discharge of industrial wastewaters. Wastewater containing these metals poses severe health hazards to the human being and ecosystem, if discharged without proper treatment.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 174-184
Domestic Water Demands: Issues and Sustainability
Water is the most essential natural resources for life next to air and is likely to become a critical scarce resource in many regions of the world in coming decades. The total fresh and sea water content of earth is essentially fixed.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 185-193
Performance evaluation of constructed wetland system treating domestic wastewater
Singh S, Patidar SK
India is likely to be water scarce in future therefore rain water harvesting, water conservation, water pollution control, recycling and reuse of treated wastewater is necessary. Various methods have been developed to treat wastewater.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 194-200
Greywater Reuse: A Feasibility Study for NIT Raipur Residential Buildings
Akshay Baxi, Deepesh Kumar Patel, Mohit Jaiswal
Water is becoming a rare resource in the world. In India alone the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) predicts that by 2025, one person in three will live in conditions of absolute water scarcity (IWMI, 2003). India supports over 15% of world's population but only 4% of the world's water resources.
Science & Technology, 2015, 1(4), 201-207
Advanced Oxidation and Anaerobic Biodegradation Treatment for Removal of Dye Acid Red 14
Smita Venkatesh, Quaff AR, Pandey ND
The degradation of azo dye wastewater containing Acid Red 14 has been investigated. Significant drop in COD and concentration of dye has been observed. The effect of ozonation time on the COD removal and mineralization of azo dye was studied and the result was analysed in terms of COD removal efficiency.