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Bhullar Sh.K.S.,Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology | Kumar A.,GZS | Arora S.,University of Punjab
Colourage | Year: 2014

The textile industry is one of the largest industries in the world and is among the major waste generating industries. Number of physical and chemical treatments are followed by industries to control the waste water effluents. But the functional and operational cost for the processes is high. So continuous efforts are being done by scholars to search for alternatives. In the present study efforts have been made to evaluate whether any improvement in treatment of dye house effluent is possible through use of adsorption technique followed by Aerobic/Anaerobic treatment. Batch studies & continuous studies were conducted using low cost adsorbents such as Sugarcane baggase, Rice husk and Saw dust without activation. Dyes used were C.I. Reactive Red 120, C.I. Reactive Blue 198 and C.I. Reactive Yellow 135 as about 80% of the industries in Ludhiana/Punjab deal widi cotton goods. Simulated effluents were treated using adsorption technique followed by aerobic/anaerobic treatments and results were compared with the standard norms of Punjab Pollution Control Board. Application of this technique was also subjected to real textile dye house effluents. Cost benefit analysis was also carried out which show that there is huge savings if the industries opt for the adsorption of the textile dye house effluents followed by anaerobic treatment. Source


Bhullar K.S.,Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology | Kumar A.,GZS | Arora S.,University of Punjab
Textile Trends | Year: 2014

The textile industry is one of the largest industries in world & is among the major waste generating industries. Number of physical and chemical treatments are followed by industries to control the waste water effluents. But the functional and operational cost for the processes is high. So continuous efforts are being done by scholars to search the alternatives. In the present study efforts have been made to evaluate whether any improvement in treatment of dye house effluent is possible through use of adsorption technique followed by Aerobic/Anaerobic treatment. Batch studies& continuous studies were conducted using low cost adsorbents such as Sugarcane baggase, Rice husk and Saw dust without activation. Colors used were CI. Reactive Red 120, CI. Reactive Blue 198 and CI. Reactive Yellow 135.Simulated effluents were treated using adsorption technique followed by aerobic/anaerobic treatments and results were compared with the standard norms of pollution board .Application of this technique was also subjected to textile industries dye house effluents & results were compared with the actual results of ETP of the industries. Cost benefit analysis was also carried out which show that there is huge savings if the industries opt for the adsorption of the textile dye house effluents followed by anaerobic treatment. Source


Bansal J.,PTU | Narula V.,BFCET | Shaveta,GZS | Singh P.,GZS
International Journal of Engineering and Technology | Year: 2016

In this paper, an efficient Batch-Mode scheduling heuristics have been proposed for balancing the load in the Desktop Grid environment. The proposed heuristic works in two phases: In first phase, we are making a schedule of Expected Execution Time (EETuv) for all tasks w.r.t. resources by following Max-Min for m tasks & Min-Min and Max-Min alternatively for remaining n-m tasks, where n & m are the number of tasks (Tu) and resources (Rv) respectively. Thenscheduling is being done as per the minimum EETuv taken by the tasks w.r.t. the resources without considering the load imbalance on resources. In second phase, to remove the load imbalance, tasks will get transferred from maximally loaded to minimally loaded resources. The concept has testedexperimentally by using GridSim 5.2, and results proves that proposed heuristic performs well on comparing with Min-Min, Max-Min and LJFR-SJFR heuristic for minimizing Makespan, Flowtime and Average Completion Time value. Source


Punhani P.,GZS | Garg N.K.,GZS
6th International Conference on Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies, ICCCNT 2015 | Year: 2015

Magnetic Resonance Imaging is most popularly used techniques in clinical diagnosis. During acquisition, image quality is degraded by certain noise and artifacts. Due to which, it is difficult to interpret important details of user. So it becomes necessary to denoise image. There are various denoising methods available now days. This paper reviews some of the nonlinear techniques of denoising and their comparative results. All the filters aim at removing noise while preserving edges and finer details of image so that qualitative information is extracted. © 2015 IEEE. Source

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