Manav Bharati University is in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. One of the top most private universities in Himachal PradeshIt is approved by UGC AICTE DEC BCI and PCI.Manav Bharti University is a State Private University established under Himachal Pradesh State Legislature Act and notified under Section 2 of the University Grants Commission Act 1956. MBU is located in the rural backdrop of Himachal district Solan. Serene and lush green picturesque surroundings makes the campus truly environment friendly, eloquent and unique hustle free knowledge centre.Manav Bharti University, Solan offers various CoursesUnder Graduation on regular basis only at its campus .The Study Courses/Programs and Fee Structure have been approved by H.P. Govt. Wikipedia.
Khanna A.,Maharishi Markandeshwar University Mullana |
Sharma A.K.,Manav Bharti University
Journal of Applied Science and Engineering | Year: 2013
In the modern technology, the plates of variable thickness are widely used in engineering applications i.e. nuclear reactor, aeronautical field, naval structure, submarine etc. In this paper, effect of thermal gradient on vibration of square plate of varying thickness is studied. Thermal effect and thickness of plate vary bi-parabolic i.e. parabolic in x-direction and parabolic in y-direction. Rayleigh Ritz technique is used to calculate the fundamental frequencies. The frequencies corresponding to the first two modes of vibrations are obtained for a square plate for different values of taper constant and thermal gradient. Results are presented in Table and Graphical form.
Jain R.,Physical Research Laboratory |
Awasthi A.K.,Physical Research Laboratory |
Chandel B.,Manav Bharti University |
Bharti L.,Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research |
And 2 more authors.
Solar Physics | Year: 2011
We carried out a multi-wavelength study of a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) and an associated flare, occurring on 12 May 1997. We present a detailed investigation of magnetic-field variations in NOAA Active Region 8038 which was observed on the Sun during 7-16 May 1997. This region was quiet and decaying and produced only a very small flare activity during its disk passage. However, on 12 May 1997 it produced a CME and associated medium-size 1B/C1.3 flare. Detailed analyses of Hα filtergrams and SOHO/MDI magnetograms revealed continual but discrete surge activity, and emergence and cancellation of flux in this active region. The movie of these magnetograms revealed the two important results that the major opposite polarities of pre-existing region as well as in the emerging-flux region were approaching towards each other and moving magnetic features (MMF) were ejected from the major north polarity at a quasi-periodicity of about ten hours during 10-13 May 1997. These activities were probably caused by magnetic reconnection in the lower atmosphere driven by photospheric convergence motions, which were evident in magnetograms. The quantitative measurements of magnetic-field variations such as magnetic flux, gradient, and sunspot rotation revealed that in this active region, free energy was slowly being stored in the corona. Slow low-layer magnetic reconnection may be responsible for the storage of magnetic free energy in the corona and the formation of a sigmoidal core field or a flux rope leading to the eventual eruption. The occurrence of EUV brightenings in the sigmoidal core field prior to the rise of a flux rope suggests that the eruption was triggered by the inner tether-cutting reconnection, but not the external breakout reconnection. An impulsive acceleration, revealed from fast separation of the Hα ribbons of the first 150 seconds, suggests that the CME accelerated in the inner corona, which is also consistent with the temporal profile of the reconnection electric field. Based on observations and analysis we propose a qualitative model, and we conclude that the mass ejections, filament eruption, CME, and subsequent flare were connected with one another and should be regarded within the framework of a solar eruption. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
Chauhan R.,Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences |
Singh T.,Manav Bharti University |
Thakur N.S.,Center for Energy and Environment |
Patnaik A.,M.N.I.T. JaipurRajasthan
Renewable Energy | Year: 2016
The present study examines the effect of flow and geometric parameters on the performance of solar thermal collector provided with impinging air jets. The investigation has been carried out in terms of performance defining criterions which are pertinent to determine the optimal design of impinging jet solar thermal collector. The experimental investigation indicated that the impinging air jets enhances the thermal performance but at the same time the friction power penalty also increases which depress the overall performance of the system. In view of this the preference selection index (PSI) approach based methodology has been applied using various performance criterions in order to determine the optimal design of the parameters which deliver maximum thermal performance with minimal increase in friction factor inside the collector duct. The optimum configuration of the parameters obtained as a result of proposed method is: streamwise pitch ratio of 0.435; spanwise pitch ratio of 0.869; jet diameter ratio of 0.065 and flow Reynolds number of 16,000. © 2016
Singh T.,Manav Bharti University |
Patnaik A.,Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur |
Chauhan R.,Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences
Materials and Design | Year: 2016
Cement kiln dust (CKD) filled with different resin (straight phenolic, cashew nut shell liquid (CNSL) modified, Linseed oil modified, Alkyl-benzene modified) based brake pad formulations were fabricated and characterized their physical, mechanical and tribological properties. Tribo-performance of the fabricated brake pad formulations were evaluated on a Krauss type friction tester as per the ECE R-90 (Economic Commission for Europe Regulation-90) norms. The experimental results indicated that CKD and straight phenolic resin combination were proved best in terms of coefficient of friction, friction stability, and friction fluctuations, but inferior in wear performance and counterface friendliness. The combinations of CKD and CNSL/Linseed oil modified resin were most beneficial for enhancing both recovery and wear performance as well as reducing variability in friction. The formulation with CKD and Alkyl-benzene modified resin was observed the best fade performance and counterface friendliness. The results obtained were considered as criteria and grey relation analysis (GRA) approach was used to determine the complete ranking of the brake pad formulation. The results also concluded that the formulation of CKD with straight phenolic resin exhibits the optimal properties. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd.
Devgan M.,JKK Nataraja Dental College and Hospital |
Bhatia L.,Pt. B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences |
Kumar H.,Manav Bharti University
Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology | Year: 2012
Anthocephalus cadamba Miq. belonging to family Rubiaceae enjoys a very prominent position in Ayurveda. History of Kadamba can be traced back to Vedas, Puranas and Samhita. It grows naturally in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam. The plant has been extracted by conventional methods such as infusion, decoction, maceration and percolation. The preliminary phytochemical screening of Anthocephalus cadamba whole plant (barks, leaves, flowers and fruits) showed the presence of saponins, terpenes, sesquiterpenes glycosides, alkaloids and absence of anthraquinones and flavonoids. A variety of phytoconstituents, such as cadambine, cadamine, β-sitosterol, quinovic acid, chlorogenic acid etc. have been isolated from the extracts. The plant has also been studied for its various pharmacological activities such as antimicrobial, antidiabetic, sedative, antiepileptic, antioxidant, antitumor, analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, laxative, hepatoprotective, anthelmintic, wound healing and antidiarrhoeal. The present review explores its description, traditional uses, chemical constituents and pharmacological activity so that its potential as a multipurpose medicinal agent can be understood and appreciated. © RJPT All right reserved.
Kashyap C.P.,P.A. College |
Arya V.,P.A. College |
Thakur N.,Manav Bharti University
Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine | Year: 2012
Traditional herbal medicines are practiced in the entire world and their ethnopharmacological records reveal that most of the people of the world have been using plants, animals, micro-organisms and minerals for treating various diseases. Crataegus oxyacantha (C. oxyacantha) Linn. (Rosaceae) commonly known as Hawthorn is an official plant in Homeopathic System of Medicine to treat various conditions of cardiovascular system. In recent times, this drug has been subjected to phytochemical, pharmacological, pre-clinical and clinical investigations and many new investigations have been indicated. Current review finds ethnomedicinal and phytopharmacological potential of leaves, flowers, berries, bark etc. for exploring the immense medicinal potential of Hawthorn. At the same time, studies to evaluate the dosage, toxicity and interactions with drugs and herbs on simultaneous use, which is imperative for optimal and safe utilization of this plant, are explained. There are few comprehensive reports available on clinical use of Hawthorn in chronic heart failure patients have shown promising results. © 2012 Asian Pacific Tropical Biomedical Magazine.
Singh T.,Manav Bharti University |
Patnaik A.,Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering | Year: 2015
The brake pad hybrid phenolic composites based on lapinus-aramid fibre combination are designed, fabricated and characterized for various physical, chemical, mechanical, thermo-mechanical and tribo-performance. The physical properties such as water absorption, compressibility, void and ash contents increase with increase in lapinus fibre, whereas mechanical (such as hardness, impact energy, tensile and flexural strengths) and thermo-mechanical (loss-tangent, storage and loss modulus) properties increase with increase in aramid fibre. The assessment of braking performance is done using a standard test protocol conforming to ECE R-90 regulation on the Krauss friction testing machine. Comprehensively, it is found that incorporation of higher metallic-silicate lapinus fibre in formulation relative to aramid enhances the overall frictional response. The same successfully arrests highest rise in the disc temperature even though wear losses are maximized. The same show lowest fading and excellent recovery performance. Optimally the formulation having lapinus-to-aramid proportion 25:5 experimentally optimizes the overall braking performance. The SEM micrograph study justifies the overall braking tribology and the associated wear mechanisms. © 2014 Politechnika Wrocławska.
Arjun K.S.,Manav Bharti University |
Aneesh K.,Manav Bharti University
Journal of Engineering Science and Technology | Year: 2015
Four ANN models to estimate Bubble point pressure (Pb), Oil Formation Volume Factor (Bob), Bubble point solution Gas Oil Ratio (Rsob) and Stock Tank Vent GOR (RST) in the absence of Pressure, Volume and Temperature (PVT) analysis, were proposed as a function of readily available field data. The estimated Rsob and RST values from the proposed models can be used as a basic input variable in many PVT correlations in order to estimate other fluid properties such as the Pb and Bob. Another proposed ANN model has the ability to predict and interpolate average reservoir pressure accurately by employing oil, water and gas production rates and number of producers are used as four inputs for the proposed model without the wells having to be closed. Another ANN model proposed is to predict the performance of oil production within water injection reservoirs, which can be utilized to find the most economical scenario of water injection to maximize ultimate oil recovery. It has reasonable accuracy, requires little data and can forecast quickly. ANN approach to solving the identified pipeline damage problem gives satisfactory results as the error between the ANN output and the target is very tolerable. The results conclusively proved with error 0.0027 that it has the ability to accurately predict the pipeline damage probability by employing the model data obtained in this study. © School of Engineering, Taylor’s University.
Kumar N.,Manav Bharti University |
Sharma S.,Manav Bharti University
Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology | Year: 2013
The poor bioavailability and therapeutic response exhibited by conventional ophthalmic solutions due to rapid precorneal elimination of the drug may be overcome by the use ocuserts. Ocuserts is the new drug-delivery systems which are planned in such a way that they release the drug at the predetermined rate thus eliminating the frequent administration of the drug. The intension behind the present study was to develop an ophthalmic insert of Ciprofloxacin and assess for sustained ocular delivery of drug. Six formulations were formulated using hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) by solvent casting technique. The formulated ocuserts were estimated for weight variation, content uniformity, swelling index, surface pH, assay, % moisture absorption, % moisture loss and assessment of drug release. Physiochemical characterization and in vitro drug release studies reveal that, the prepared ocuserts F4 and F5 released 100% of drug over a period of 12 h. The data obtained for this study suggest that ocular inserts of Ciprofloxacin are promising for sustained drug delivery, which can reduce dosing frequency. © RJPT.
Bansal G.,Manav Bharti University |
Parashar B.,Manav Bharti University |
Dhamija H.,Manav Bharti University
Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research | Year: 2013
Objective: To apply the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points method to the preparation of immunosuppressant drugs. To identify critical control points and to propose control measures and corrective actions to manage these processes. Study Period & Methods. From November 2011 to January 2012, monitoring of the process performed to assess the risks. Several generic HACCP models were used as a basis for the generation of the model used in this study. The process flow diagram designed in the study shows the process steps to ensure that all aspects of a comprehensive HACCP model were incorporated. The process steps as indicated in the flow diagram are then performed and assessed for risk management. According to the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points method, a team is formed. And I worked in the plant with production manager, QA manager & process development manager in order to develop HACCP model, listed all of the critical points and then defined monitoring, control measures and corrective actions for each identified risk. Results. I described 14 steps in the preparation process and identified 37 critical control points. Conclusions. The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points method is relevant when it is used to target a specific process such as the preparation of immunosuppressant drugs. This method helped us to focus on the production steps, which can have a critical influence on product quality, and led us to improve our process.