Anjuman Engineering College
Anjuman Engineering College
Kazi S.A.,Mangalore University |
Kazi S.A.,Anjuman Engineering College
E-Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2011
A new ligand (2-methyl-5-nitro-1-imidazomethyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazole- 2-thione (L) and its Ag(I),Cu(II) and Zn(II) complexes were synthesized. The authenticity of the ligand and its transition metal complexes were established by elemental analyses, conductance and magnetic susceptibility measurements, as well as spectroscopic (IR, 1H NMR, electronic, mass and ESR) and thermal studies. The IR spectral studies revealed the existence thiol-thione tautamerism in the ligand molecule. The magnetic and electronic spectral studies suggest an octahedral geometry for Cu(II) and Zn(II) complexes. The ligand acts as a bidentate coordinating through the N-3 nitrogen and the exocyclic sulfur atoms of oxadiazole rings. Antimicrobial screening of the ligand and its metal complexes were determined against the bacteria Escherichia coli and Salmonella paratyphi A.
Badruddin I.A.,University of Malaya |
Salman Ahmed N.J.,University of Malaya |
Al-Rashed A.A.A.A.,Industrial Training Institute |
Kanesan J.,University of Malaya |
And 2 more authors.
Transport in Porous Media | Year: 2012
The present study is intended to study heat and mass transfer in a vertical annular cylinder embedded with saturated porous medium. The inner surface of cylinder is maintained at uniform wall temperature and uniform wall concentration. The governing partial differential equations are non-dimensionalised and solved by using finite element method (FEM). The porous medium is discritised using triangular elements with uneven element size. Large number of smaller-sized elements are placed near the walls of the annulus to capture the smallest variation in solution parameters. The results are reported for both aiding and opposing flows. The effects of various non-dimensional numbers such as buoyancy ratio, Lewis number, Rayleigh number, aspect ratio, etc on heat and mass transfer are discussed. The temperature and concentration profiles are presented. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
Naik P.S.,Anjuman Engineering College |
Orangalu S.A.,National Institute of Technology Karnataka |
Londhe N.V.,Srinivas Institute of Technology
Polymer Composites | Year: 2012
This article presents the synthesis of carbon-carbon (C/C) composites by preformed yarn (PY) method, by varying the percentage of carbon fiber weight fraction. The PY used was carbon fiber bundle surrounded by coke and pitch which was enclosed in nylon-6. Three types of samples with fiber weight fractions of 30, 40, and 50%, respectively, are fabricated and mechanical properties were studied. In each case, the PY was chopped and filled into a die of required shape and hot pressed at 500°C to get the preform composite. To obtain the carbonized and graphitic structure, the specimen was heat treated at 2500°C followed by soaking for 10 to 12 hrs. Further, two cycles pitch impregnation was done by hot isostatic pressing, to eliminate the voids and to increase the density hence to obtain good mechanical properties. The characteristics such as hardness, flexural strength, and impact strengths were studied. It is observed that, as the carbon fiber percentage increases, the properties also get improved, provided sintering is done at fairly higher temperatures such as 2700°C. The superiority of the new class of C/C composites made by the proposed PY technique over those obtained by the conventional methods is also demonstrated. Copyright © 2012 Society of Plastics Engineers.
Anilkumar H.C.,Anjuman Engineering College |
Hebbar H.S.,National Institute of Technology Karnataka |
Ravishankar K.S.,National Institute of Technology Karnataka
International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering | Year: 2011
The results of an experimental investigation of the mechanical properties of fly ash reinforced aluminium alloy (Al 6061) composites samples, processed by stir casting route are reported in this paper. Three sets of composites with fly ash particle sizes of 4-25, 45-50 and 75-100 μm were used. The particle size ranges chosen as the said particle sizes were available more by weight fraction when sieve analysis was conducted on the sample collected for experiments and also the ones for which results are not reported. Each set had three types of composite samples with the reinforcement weight fractions of 10, 15 and 20%. The mechanical properties studied were the tensile strength, compressive strength, ductility and hardness. Unreinforced Al6061 samples were also tested for the same properties. It was found that the tensile strength, compressive strength and hardness of the aluminium alloy (Al 6061) composites decreased with the increase in particle size of reinforced fly ash. Increase in the weight fractions of the fly ash particles increases the ultimate tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness and decreases the ductility of the composite. The scanning electron micrographs of the samples indicated uniform distribution of the fly ash particles in the matrix without any voids.
Naik P.,Anjuman Engineering College |
Surendranathan,National Institute of Technology Karnataka
International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering | Year: 2011
This paper presents the synthesizing of carbon-carbon (CC) composites by preformed yarn (PY) method, by varying the percentage of carbon fiber volume. The PY used is carbon fiber bundle surrounded by coke and pitch which is enclosed in nylon-6. Three types of samples with fiber weight fractions of 30%, 40% and 50% respectively, are fabricated and tested. In each case, the PY is chopped and filled into a die of required shape and hot pressed at 600°C to get the carbonized composite. To obtain the graphitic structure, the specimen is heat treated at 1800°C followed by soaking for two hours. Further, one cycle pitch impregnation is done by hot isostatic pressing, to eliminate the voids. The characteristics such as hardness, compressive strength and creep, are studied. It is observed that, as the carbon fiber percentage increases the properties also improved, provided sintering is done at fairly higher temperatures. The superiority of the new class of CC composites made by the proposed PY technique over those obtained by the conventional methods is also demonstrated. © 2011 CAFET-INNOVA TECHNICAL SOCIETY.
Rajkumar T.M.P.,Anjuman Engineering College |
Latte M.,JSS Academy of Technical Education
International Arab Journal of Information Technology | Year: 2015
Telemedicine is one of the emerging fields in medicine which is characterized by transmitting medical data and images between different users. The medical images which are transmitted over the internet require huge bandwidth. Even images of single patient are found to be very huge in size due to resolution factor and number of images per diagnosis. So, there is an immense need for efficient compression techniques that can be used to compress these medical images. In medical images, only some of the regions are considered to be more important than the others (e.g., tumor in brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)). This paper reviews the application of ROI coding in the field of telemedicine. The image coding is done using Wavelet Transform (WT) based on Listless Speck (LSK). The Region of Interest (ROI) is obtained from user interaction and coded with the user given resolution to get high Compression Ratio (CR). In our proposed method, instead of decompressing all the blocks, we decompress only the similar blocks based on the index valued stored on the stack. Thus, our proposed method efficiently compresses the medical image. The performance measure can be analyzed by using Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR). The execution time of the proposed method will be reduced when compare to the other existing methods. The experimental result shows that the application of ROI coding using LSK brings about high compression rate and quality ROI. © 2015, Zarka Private Univ. All rights reserved.