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Krishan B.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | El-Mossalamy E.H.,King Abdulaziz University
Oriental Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

Synthesis, characterization and spectral studies of gold complex with gliclazide, an oral antidiabetic drug have been studied. The conductometric titration using monovariation method indicate that complexes are non-ionic and L2M type. Analytical data agrees with the molecular formula(C15H 20N3O3S)2Au. Structure of complex was assigned tetrahedral, supported by IR, 1H-NMR. X-Ray and Mass studies. Structure (II) is proposed for complex.

Agrawal V.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | Agrawal D.,Barkatullah University
Oriental Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2010

Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into an environment, these contaminants cause instability, disorder, harm or discomfort to the physical systems and living organisms. Clean environment and water are precious and essential natural resources. Everyone has a duty to keep it clean and pollution free. It is now universally realized that any future developmental activity has to be viewed in light of its ultimate environmental impact. The tremendous increase in industrial activity during the last few decades and release of obnoxious industrial wastes in the environment, have been of considerable concern in recent years from the point of environmental pollution. The increase in pollution level is of great concern, in all over the world. The increasing pollution due to effluent generation from industries is also bringing a challenge to scientistş. The menace of waterborne diseases and epidemics still threatens the well-being of population, particularly In underdeveloped and developing countries. The effluent generates from the conventional paper mills generally contain more lignin compounds, Absorbable Organic Halide and Total Organic Chloride which even after treatment have much more BOD (bio-chemical oxygen demand), COD (chemical oxygen demand), suspended solids and other effluent parameters. A number of studies have already been carried out on the effluents of paper mills. During literature survey and discussions it was obtained that no detail study has been performed on the paper mill using cotton based raw material in India at the bank of river Narmada. The raw material used for manufacturing the paper not only polluting the water but also poisoning environment by cutting trees.

Singh R.,Jabalpur Engineering College | Singh A.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
ICHQP 2010 - 14th International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power | Year: 2010

Solid state electronics is used to increase the energy efficiency of electrical load devices. The harmonic distortion of current is increasing with the enhanced use of nonlinear loads i.e. solid state devices. Examples of nonlinear loads are personal computer, laptop, laser printer, fax machine, television set (TV), fluorescent tube with electronic ballast, compact fluorescent lamp, battery charger, adjustable speed drives, uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and any other equipment powered by switched-mode power supply (SMPS) unit. These nonlinear loads draw more current than the fundamental current and cause overloading of the components of the distribution system. Transformers are major components of the distribution system and are mainly affected by this overloading. This leads to higher losses, reduces the strength of insulation and consequently leads to reduction of useful life of the transformer. Aging of transformer increases due to overheating caused by overloading. This paper presents the results of a case study of aging of transformer caused by harmonics due to non linear loads. Here two transformers of 500 kVA and 100 kVA are considered which supply a technical institution and residential campus respectively. The harmonic currents produced by these loads are captured in the laboratory and their effect on transformers is studied. An attempt has been made to calculate the energy loss due to harmonic distortion caused by these nonlinear loads. The rise in operating temperature due to harmonic current and hence life expectancy of the transformers are calculated. ©2010 IEEE.

Singh R.,P.A. College | Singh A.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
2010 9th Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering, EEEIC 2010 | Year: 2010

Distribution Transformer plays a crucial role in the power distribution network. Failure of distribution transformer results into interruption of power supply to consumers. This disruption affects the economy of nation in the form of loss of revenue, materials, repairing charges etc. Along with other causes, the main cause of failure of distribution transformers is prolonged overloading. In this paper three distribution transformers are analyzed and results are verified by dissolved gas analysis.

Krishan B.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | Zaafarany I.,University of Umm Al - Qura
Oriental Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

The present paper describes Synthesis and characterization, spectral, x-Ray and hypoglycemic activity studies of zinc complex with gliclazide, an oral antidiabetic drug. The conductometric titration using monovariation method indicate that complexes are non-ionic and L2M type. Analytical data agrees with the molecular formula (C15H20N 3O3S)2Zn. Structure of complex was assigned tetrahedral for zinc, supported by IR, X-Ray. Structure (I) is proposed for complex. Alloxan induced model was used to compare the hypoglycemic activity and found that zinc complex of gliclazide is more potent than parent drug.

Nayak V.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | Jain N.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2014

In the developing economy like India Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) play a very important role as they are the engines of growth in development, upliftment, and transition of economy to the next level. The MSME’s in India have played a critical role in generation of employment, providing goods and services at affordable costs by offering innovative solutions in very unstructured and unorganized manner. With the increase in the growing competition and its complexity it is essential for today’s business enterprises to work in structured manner by changing its functioning environment dynamically by integrating internal information resourses to the platform of ERP systems which will assist in optimizing potential of utilizing resources efficiently and determining growth. Moreover, with the exponential growth of Internet technology and the emergence of e-business, MSME’s can unify the external information resources with internal functional areas within an organization. Use of e-commerce solutions will help enterprises to expand their business through broader product exposure, better customer service, accurate order entry processes and faster product fulfillment. It is expected that in MSME’s implementation of an ERP system can facilitate an e-business effort of an organization to optimize its overall functioning. In order to serve as a platform for e-business, it is essential that an ERP system must also be able to be extended to support a range of external constituents for a firm. This paper focuses on that how the challenges faced by MSME’s can be overcome by implementing ERP system in an organisation with the efficient integration of e-commerce to optimize its functioning. Further, the paper will highlight the add-on benefits to the companies for using integrated e-commerce platforms with ERP systems. The paper is based on the in-depth study of publically available information collected from the published articles, journals, reports, websites, blogs, and academic literatures in context with the economy of India. © Springer India 2014.

Vishwakarma S.K.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | Lakhtaria K.I.,Gujarat University | Bhatnagar D.,SPSU | Sharma A.K.,SPSU
Procedia Computer Science | Year: 2015

N-gram based indexing technique has been proved as a useful technique for efficient document retrieval. We applied the n-gram approach and performed experiments in Hindi language text collections. The experiments are performed on the dataset of FIRE 2010 Hindi text collections. We used the Terrier open search engine for experimental purpose. Our experiments state that 4-gram gives the best results among all n-grams of different length. The results show an increase in value of mean average precision. © 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V.

Dutta D.,Regional Remote Sensing Center East | Chakraborty A.,Regional Remote Sensing Center East | Jain P.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
Proceedings - 2015 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2015 | Year: 2015

Soil moisture is one of the key variables in agricultural water management particularly in scheduling of irrigation in the major irrigation commands. Large number of studies has proved that radar backscatter is sensitive to soil moisture due to its dependence on the complex dielectric permittivity of soil water at microwave frequencies. However, surface roughness and presence of vegetation cover introduces complexities in the precise estimation of soil moisture in large agricultural areas. Numerous approaches have been put forward to predict the backscatter as a function of sensor configuration and surface, as well as vegetation characteristics towards deriving soil moisture information. However, for operational applications in larger areas, a parameterization of these analytical and theoretical models is difficult to achieve. It has always remained a challenge as to how to estimate soil moisture using single configuration radar without field measurement of surface roughness and vegetation cover. In the present study, soil moisture was modeled in two steps. Firstly, SAR angular response was used for surface roughness characterization assuming that the surface roughness and soil moisture does not change in a short period of time in absence of rainfall or irrigation and surface perturbation. The roughness normalized backscattering (RNBS) thus generated consists of contribution from soil moisture and surface vegetation cover. In the second step normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) generated from IRS LISS III data and RNBS was plotted. Their relationship was studied and iso-moisture lines were generated at different intervals. Specific polynomial model was derived for each level of soil moisture and using those models the SAR image was classified and usable soil moisture map was generated. The approach is valid for C-band radar and gives good result in fallow, and crop cover areas where normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) value less than 0.4 while using IRS LISS III data. © 2015 IEEE.

Thepade S.D.,University of Pune | Bhondave R.K.,University of Pune | Mishra A.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
Proceedings - 2015 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2015 | Year: 2015

In previous paper score level fusion performance is tested with various matching score proportions with Iris and Palm print images. Here feature level fusion is done using fractional energy of transform with Iris and Palm print biometric traits. The benefit of energy distribution of transforms in higher coefficients is taken here to reduce the feature vector size of image. Iris and Palm print are together taken here for identification with fractional energy of Slant, Walsh, Haar, Hartley and Kekre, Sine, Cosine transformed Palm and Iris images. The test beds of 60 pairs of Iris and Palm print samples of 10 persons (6 per person of iris as well as Palm print and fused Iris: Palm print) are used as test bed for experimentation. Experimental result in feature level fusion of Iris: Palm print using Hartley transform with (1:3) threshold gives highest GAR value. © 2015 IEEE.

Baghel S.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences | Shah S.,Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences
2016 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics, ICCCI 2016 | Year: 2016

At present scenario Polynomial basis multipliers are used because they are relatively simple to design, and offer scalability for the fields of higher orders. It is used in Cryptographic and FFT applications for secure data encryption and decryption which deals with discrete structure and mathematical arithmetic. Since it uses modular arithmetic operation, it is found that it has the latency of m cycles. To overcome this problem, an efficient low latency polynomial multiplier for Fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithm which is based on Mastrovito structure has been developed. This multiplier uses the concept of parallel processing in which multiplication is decomposed into number of independent units and pre-computed addition techniques. Our design has been implemented in VHDL, simulated and synthesized using the Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.5 tool for supply voltage ranges from 1.2V to 2.5 V. The multiplier is analyzed in terms of speed, Area overhead and memory. The design involves significantly less delay and area overhead complexities than the existing architecture. © 2016 IEEE.

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