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Call for Paper
Vol. 5 Issue 12

Submission Start Date:
December 01, 2019

Acceptence Notification Start:
December 20, 2019

Submission End:
December 25, 2019

Final ManuScript Due:
December 28, 2019

Publication Date:
December 31, 2019
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 5 Issue 12      Submission Start Date: December 01, 2019      Acceptence Notification Start: December 20, 2019      Submission End: December 25, 2019      Final ManuScript Due: December 28, 2019      Publication Date: December 31, 2019



Volume I Issue I

Author Name
Prof. Ritesh Patidar, Dr. Vinay Vajpayee
Year Of Publication
2015
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
We report our first-principles studies on the linear and non-linear optical properties of ferroelectric polyvinylidene fluoride crystal. Calculated values of the refractive indices agree well with experiments. As regards the secondharmonic- generation coefficients, theoretical values are larger than experimental ones. Possible reasons for the discrepancy are discussed.
PaperID
IJETAS/2015/1015

Author Name
Madhubala pahade, Mond. Humaid Siddiqui, Syed Areeb
Year Of Publication
2015
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
A number of games like cricket, tennis, baseball, etc have developed a lot due to the extensive research done in the sporting equipment. The main aim of this research is to detect the characteristics and change of cricket bat with using a metallic plate in static condition and compare it with the commonly using wooden bat. Since the introduction of the first aluminium bat, durability has been a great concern. Some work has been performed in the area of predicting bat performance, but little has been done in the way of quantifying their durability or longevity. The work performed hear sets out to pr edict the durability of a single wall aluminium plate bat by modelling a bat-ball collision using finite element an a lyses. This thesis presents the development of two fast-solving numerical models as well as a universal F EA model for the structural analysis of cricket bat.
PaperID
IJETAS/2015/1019

Author Name
Umesh Namdev
Year Of Publication
2015
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
The North-Eastern region of India has about 46 % of total national surface water resources. Most of the areas holding acidic water which has pH and alkalinity < 6.5 and < 50 mgl-1 respectively. Leaching of basic cations such as Ca++, Mg++, K+ and Na+ from the soil due to heavy rainfall left acidic cations like Al+++ and Fe+++ to remain in the soil. In such water, fish secrete more slime, become hypersensitive to bacterial and fungal infection and sometimes show the decolouration of gill tissue. The methods of rectification of acidic nature of both soil and water of the aquaculture ponds by controlling causative factors are discussed that can mitigate acidic problems in turn to enhance aquatic productivity in seed rearing as well as in grow out ponds. The possible fish yield can be achieved @3000- 4000 Kg ha-1 y-1.
PaperID
IJETAS/2015/1025

Author Name
Sujeet Singh, Aishwary Agarwal
Year Of Publication
2015
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
Energy is one of the important issue in MANET then efficient routing is necessary to utilizes full energy consumption and enhance the network performance. LEACH is energy based protocol work on the cluster base mechanism to utilize the energy consumption. In this paper we analyses the performance of LEACH protocol with reactive on demand DSR protocol to efficiently utilizes the energy constraint in network. Here proposed scheme are not compare with any previous existing scheme. The performance of proposed LEACH-DSR protocol is analysis on the basis of performance matrices. Residual energy based energy utilization and analyze the life of node in a given simulation time. In this work, we use DSR as the underlying routing protocol and focus on residual energy level as performance metric, which has been used for routing decisions in energy-efficient routing protocol proposals. In addition the performances of TCP congestion window are also analyze.
PaperID
IJETAS/2015/1032

Author Name
Surendra Nagar, Savliya Patidar
Year Of Publication
2015
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
A study was conducted to evaluate the effect offeed cycling regimes on growth, survival, feed conversion ratio, economic conversion index and body composition of Catla catla. Fingerlings of C. catla were randomly distributed into control (daily fed), 2D2F, 4D4F, 6D6F and 8D8F (2, 4, 6, 8 days deprivation and 2, 4, 6, 8 days feeding, respectively) feed cycling regimes. Weight gain and specific growth rate in 4D4F, 6D6F and 8D8F were significantly (P <0.05) lower than control and 2D2F feed cycling regime. Feed Conversion Ratio and Economic Conversion Index were found significantly (P <0.05) better in 8D8F feed cycling regime. Feed cycling regimes had significant (P <0.05) effect on body composition and RNA/DNA ratio. Protein, lipid and RNA/DNA ratio in 6D6F and 8D8F were significantly lower than control and 2D2F feed cycling regime.
PaperID
IJETAS/2015/1033