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Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology is a management and technical institute in the industrial city of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. The institute was founded in September 2000. It is recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education. It is managed by an educational trust known as the Raj Kumar Goel Educational Foundation. Wikipedia.

Goel N.,Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology | Pandey M.K.,SRM University
Journal of Nano- and Electronic Physics | Year: 2016

In this Paper, comparison of three Dimensional characteristics between partially and fully depleted Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI MOSFET) is presented, this is done through 3D device modeling using mathcad, based on the numerical solution of three dimensional Poisson's equation. Behavior of Various Parameters like Surface Potential, Threshold Voltage, Electric field and Drain current are presented in this paper. © 2016 Sumy State University. Source

Gupta S.C.,Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology
2014 International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development, INDIACom 2014 | Year: 2014

Convergence of information and communication technology (ICT) has met the large demand of voice, data, video and internet. The necessity of high speed network between computer to computer, computer to business houses and industrial users is the current requirement. The high speed network in advanced countries has increased from 40 Gbps to 40 Tbps. Such signals can not be processed electronically due to low signal to noise ratio. Hence, new technology based on optical-optical multiplexing using lasers as transmitters and photo diode as receiver via optical fiber medium has been successfully developed now a days. The signal of 40 Giga bits per second (Gbps) is multiplexed 250 times by wavelength division Mux to produce one stream of 10 Terra bits per second (Tbps) and four such streams can transmit 40 Tbps upto a distance of 5000 km. Such technology is used in metro network, regional and national links. Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) is frequently used so that there is no over lapping of wavelength channels. The broadband optical fiber communication is used reliably for high speed networking throughout the world. This paper deals with new trends in broadband optical communication for high speed networking. © 2014 IEEE. Source

Chandna P.,National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra | Deswal S.,National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra | Chandra A.,Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology
International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering | Year: 2010

A survey was conducted to collect anthropometric dimensions of male industrial workers of northern region of India in the age group of 20-60 years. About 32 anthropometric dimensions were measured of 400 and 83 male industrial workers from different states of the northern region of the country. Range, mean, Standard Deviation (SD), Coefficient of Variation (CV), 5th, 95th, 99th percentile values and E1, E2 ratios for each anthropometric dimension were calculated and compared with those of the other regions of India. The anthropometric data presented constitute the first anthropometric database of industrial workers of northern region of the country. Most of the measurements of the subjects of this region are found higher than those of any other regions of the country indicating a unique and distinct anthropometry of the region, therefore, there is a need for refining the design of existing equipments based on ergonomic considerations before introducing them into this region of the country. The anthropometric dimensions of the subjects of this region were also compared with British, American, Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, Polish, Dutch, Filipino, Portuguese and Korean population. © 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

Singh A.,Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology | Dubey H.,Institute of Pharmaceutical and Educational Research | Shukla I.,Allahabad University | Singh D.P.,Institute of Foreign Trade and Management
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science | Year: 2012

Pulsatile drug delivery systems are developed to deliver drug according to circadian behavior of diseases. This means that these systems will deliver drug at time when disease display it's most morbid and mortal state within a circadian cycle (24 hrs.). The product follow a sigmoidal drug release profile characterized by a time period of no release (lag time) followed by a rapid and complete drug release. Thus drug can be delivered at right time, in right amount and at right site of action by use of such approach. The potential benefits of chronotherapeutics have been investigated and established for number of diseases like asthma, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, hypertension, ulcer, hypercholesterolemia etc. Various capsular, osmotic, single and multiple unit systems that are modulated by soluble or erodible polymer coatings, rupturable membranes are available in market. These systems are beneficial for diseases showing chronopharmacological behavior where night time dosing is required or for the drugs having high first pass effect or having site specific absorption in GIT, or for drugs with high risk of toxicity or tolerance. These systems also improve patient compliance by decreasing dosing frequency. Source

Kumar P.,Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology
Optics Letters | Year: 2015

The mechanism of a self-generated megagauss magnetic field by an amplitude modulated surface plasma wave (SPW) over a rippled metallic surface is proposed. The amplitude modulated SPW exerts a ponderomotive force on free electrons in the metallic ripple, giving them an oscillatory velocity at the modulation frequency. The oscillatory velocity couples with the electron density in metallic ripple and drives a nonlinear current J NL with ∇ × J NL ≠ 0. This irrotational nonlinear current generates the megagauss magnetic field. © 2015 Optical Society of America. Source

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