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Bhramaramba R.,VNR VJIET | Allam A.R.,Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada | Kumar V.V.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology | Sridhar G.R.,Endocrine and Diabetes Center
International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries | Year: 2011

Genomic Data is growing very rapidly with the sequencing of genomes of various forms of life. To understand the overwhelming data and to obtain meaningful information, Data Mining techniques such as Principal Component Analysis and Discriminant Analysis are used for the purpose. Data Mining is basically used when the data is vast and there is need to extract the hidden knowledge in the form of useful patterns. The data set taken into consideration is protein data pertaining to diabetes mellitus obtained from a database. The task at hand was to find out in which species most of the diabetes related proteins exist. It so happened that most of these proteins were prevalent in Human Beings, House Mice and Norway Rat as they are all mammals and Human Beings have orthologs as House Mice and Norway Rat. Both these techniques prove that human beings show a variation from those of House Mice and Norway Rat which are similar in terms of the variation of protein attributes. This can also be inferred from statistical analysis by using histograms and bivariate plots. Other Data Mining Techniques such as Regression and Clustering can be used to further explore the above inference. © 2011 Research Society for Study of Diabetes in India.

Dharma Raju T.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology | Suresh Kumar J.,JNTUH College of Engineering
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences | Year: 2011

In this paper an analytical procedure is developed to investigate the bending characteristics of laminated composite plates based on higher order shear displacement model with zig-zag function. This zig-zag function improves slope discontinuities at the interfaces of laminated composite plates. The equation of motion is obtained using the dynamic version of Hamilton's principle. The solutions are obtained using Navier's and numerical methods for anti-symmetric cross-ply and angle-ply laminates with a specific type of simply supported boundary conditions SS-1 and SS-2, respectively. In this paper the numerical results are presented for bending of anti-symmetric cross-ply and angle-ply laminated plates. All the solutions presented are close agreement with the theory of elasticity and closed form solutions available in the literature. © 2006-2011 Asian Research Publishing Network (ARPN).

Rajarao N.S.S.V.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology | Sarma A.V.,Andhra University
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

The model proposed by Lu and Maurer (1993) for aqueous electrolyte solutions is extended to calculate excess Gibbs energy values of some aqueous Sulphates,Chlorides and Nitrates whose mean activity and osmotic coefficient values are evaluated from Pitzer's model. All excess Gibbs energy values are negative in sign. Hence the system is tending to absorb energy from environmental source point and is performing work on the system to create internal physiochemical changes. The plots presented also revealed that this absorption of energy is progressively increasing. © 2013 RASAYAN. All rights reserved.

Reddy S.S.G.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology | Raju A.J.S.,Andhra University | Kumar B.M.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology
Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences | Year: 2013

The rapid development in the industrial sector leading to the drastic changes in the environmental equilibrium and is the prime challenge to scientists as the natural resources are very precious. The paper industrial effluent mainly shows an adverse effect on the water quality parameters like D.O., B.O.D., C.O.D., pH, temperature and conductivity of the surrounding aqua systems at the time of discharge. The abnormal levels of these parameters cause pollution in water bodies and even death of aqua flora and fauna. However, paper industrial effluents are found hazardous and they enter the environment through various channels of waste water discharges. Conventional treatment technologies for the removal of industrial effluents are less economical than that of biological methods. Phytoremediation techniques have been found potential to absorb effluents to maximum extent and without possibility of secondary pollution. The prime objective of this paper is to investigate the capability of selected aquatic plant species of Eichhornia and Pistia for the removal of paper effluent toxicity from the contaminated aqueous environment. The changes in the water quality parameters during the treatment of industrial effluent with aquatic plants were verified periodically to optimize the process. © Global Science Publications.

Naveen P.N.E.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology | Dharma Raju T.,Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology
Journal of Nano Research | Year: 2013

Fiber-reinforced polymer composites have played a dominant role for a longtime in a variety of applications for their high specific strength and modulus. The fiber which serves as a reinforcement in reinforced plastics may be synthetic or natural. Past studies show that only synthetic fibers such as glass, carbon etc., have been used in fiber-reinforced plastics. Although glass and other synthetic fiber-reinforced plastics possess high specific strength, their fields of application are very limited because of their inherent higher cost of production. An attempt has been made to utilize the coir, as natural fiber abundantly available in India. Natural fibers are not only strong and lightweight but also relatively very cheap. The present work describes the development and characterization of a new set of natural fiber based polyester composites consisting of coir as reinforcement and epoxy resin. Coir composites are developed and their mechanical properties are evaluated, at five different volume fractions and tests were carried out and the results were presented. Experimental results showed tensile, static and Dynamic properties of the composites are greatly influenced by increasing the percentage of reinforcement, and indicate coir can be used as potential reinforcing material for many structural and non-structural applications. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

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