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Ideal Institute of Technology is an engineering college in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow. The college was affiliated to Mahamaya Technical University, Noida until it was merged and the college came under the jurisdiction of the present university. The institute is located close to the Ghaziabad Industrial Area. Wikipedia.

Bhatnagar P.,Ideal Institute of Technology
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2010

Isermann (1978) established that every efficient solution of optimization problem is properly efficient if the objective functions are linear and feasible set is polyhedral. Choo (1984) proved this result when the objective functions are linear fractional and the feasible set is a compact polyhedron. Chew and Choo (1984) established that every efficient solution of optimization problem which satisfies the following boundedness condition is properly efficient if all the objective functions and constraint functions are pseudolinear. A feasible point χ∈ X is said to satisfy the boundedness condition if the set Pi(χ*,χ)Pj(χ *,χ):fi(χ)fj(χ *),1≤i,j≤κ is bounded above, where pi is a proportional function corresponding to fi,i=1,2,3,......... κ. Gulati and Islam (1990) have shown that the above result still holds if we take the objective functions to be pseudolinear, constraint functions to be quasiconvex and certain constraint qualification is satisfied. In this paper we show that every efficient solution that satisfies the above boundedness condition and generalized constraint qualification, is properly efficient if all the objective functions and constraint functions defined on a convex set are semilocally pseudolinear and their right differentials at that efficient solution are convex. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.

Tiwari R.,Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. | Singh A.K.,Ideal Institute of Technology | Khan S.N.,Aligarh Muslim University
Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks, ISCON 2013 | Year: 2013

Accidents are often accompanied by a condition of free fall where the person involved needs immediate medical help. In such situations every moment, while alerting appropriate authorities, can be very crucial. This paper presents a detection mechanism for free fall condition using common commercially available electronic devices. We utilize an Android based smart phone with an in-built tri-axial accelerometer for the purpose. Data obtained from accelerometer is analyzed to detect free fall condition using displacement based algorithms. In case a free fall is detected then the user is prompted to respond by touch or voice in order to eliminate any false positives. If there is no response from the user, the system alerts pre-specified contacts by SMS. Our system utilizes commonly used android smart phones without the need of any additional sensors, and hence it provides a feasible and cost effective solution to fall detection. © 2013 IEEE.

Pandey R.K.,Ideal Institute of Technology
International Journal of Modern Physics B | Year: 2015

The pressure dependent changes in transition temperature (Tc) of alkali doped C60 superconductor has been studied theoretically considering the combination of phonon mediated mechanism and high energy electronic interaction mechanism. The latter mechanism involves bond polarization in interaction with conduction electrons. The expression for Tc, isotope effect coefficient (α) and (dTc/dP)P has been obtained to explain the observed experimental results of alkali doped C60. A good agreement has been found in experimental (Tc) and (dTc/dP)P = 0 values and calculated values. © 2015 World Scientific Publishing Company.

Singh D.,Ideal Institute of Technology | Mohd A.,Jamia Millia Islamia University | Khan R.A.,Galgotias University
Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology | Year: 2016

The detection of isomorphism among kinematic chains and their derived mechanisms has been a hot area of research for the last several years. In this paper, a quantitative method (Resistance distance method) is proposed in order to compare all the distinct chains with specified number of links and degree of freedom, for rigidity of the chain and to select the best input link to introduce motion and to test isomorphism thoroughly and uniquely. In this method, the kinematic chains are represented in the form of resistance graph and from that graph a Laplacian matrix is generated which is further transformed into a resistance distance matrix. © 2016, The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Agarwal R.,Ideal Institute of Technology | Lata S.,Mmh Post Graduate College | Gupta M.,JSS Academy of Technical Education | Singh P.,JSS Academy of Technical Education
Journal of Environmental Biology | Year: 2010

Effluent originating from distilleries contain large amount of dark brown coloured wastewater called molasses spent wash (MSW). This MSW is the unwanted residual liquid waste to dispose because of low pH, high temperature, dark brown colour, high ash content, unpleasant odour and high percentage of organic and inorganic matter. Dark brown colour of MSW Is due to the presence of melanoidin pigment. It reduces sunlight penetration in rivers and lakes which in turn decrease both photosynthetic activity and dissolved oxygen concentration affecting aquatic life. So the disposal of this effluent is one of the critical environmental issues.Anumber of treatment processes have been employed for the distillery waste management. This review paper present an overview of the pollution problems caused by melanoidin and the technologies employed globally for its removal. © Triveni Enterprises, Lucknow (India).

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