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Energy Efficiency Evaluation in Pumping System  [PDF]
Sharad P. Jagtap, Anand N. Pawar
Modern Mechanical Engineering (MME) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/mme.2013.34024
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Like 3M’s (Man, Machine and Material), energy is one of the major inputs for economic development of the country. In case of developing countries like India, the energy sector assumes critical importance in the view of the ever increasing energy needs, requiring huge investments for new power plant erection. About 85% of total primary energy need comes from fossil fuels. Particularly, oil contributes to 31% primary energy sources and the existence of it from domestic source in India may last for only about 20 years only at the current reserve to production (R/P) ratio. Similarly, coal contributes to 54% primary energy sources and may last for about 114 years at the current reserve to production (R/P) ratio. Water Pumping System is one of the major utilities in SME’s as well as power & process industry, and consumes about 10% - 15% electrical power in Industrial and Agricultural sector. As per TERI Energy data directory yearbook, Industrial sector and Agricultural sector contribute to 45% and 7% of the total energy needed respectively in India. A measurable amount of Industrial production is delivered from small and medium industries operated with inefficient equipment, where it has been difficult to implement efficiency improvements. The objective of Water Pumping System in most cases is either to transfer liquid from one reservoir to another or to circulate liquid across the heat exchanger around a system. Since worldwide, centrifugal pumps account for the majority of electricity used by pumps, this paper focuses on energy saving in centrifugal pumping system with a case study work carried out in an industry.

LITERACY DIFFERENTIALS IN AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA
S. N. PAWAR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Literacy level and educational attainment are vital indicators of socioeconomic development in a society and for changing women's position and status in the society. Literacy has been defined as, a person who can both read and write with understanding in any language is called as literate, as per 2001 Census.The present paper intends to examine literacy differential in general and gender wise in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. The Period selected for the present study is from 1991 to 2001. The present study is entirely based on secondary data which is collected from District Census Handbook, Socio-Economic Abstract of Ahmednagar District. Male-female and rural-urban literacy rate is calculated by using various literacy rate formulas. Present analysis reveals that the gender wise as well as ruralurban gap in literacy is decreased in the last decade with increasing literacy rate in the study region. But, there is still tahsilwise wide gap between male-female and rural-urban literacy rate.
INTRUSION DETECTION IN COMPUTER NETWORK USING GENETIC ALGORITHM APPROACH: A SURVEY
S. N. Pawar
International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The intrusion detection problem is becoming a challenging task due to the proliferation of heterogeneous computer networks since the increased connectivity of computer systems gives greater access to outsiders and makes it easier for intruders to avoid identification [1]. Intrusion detection systems are used to detect unauthorized access to a computer system. A number of soft computing based approaches are being used for detecting network intrusions. This paper presents a survey on intrusion detection techniques that use genetic algorithm approach.
Nimotuzumab with Concurrent Chemoradiation in Inoperable Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Head and Neck: An Indian Experience  [PDF]
Ankur Bahl, Komal Singh, Pragati Choudhary, A. K. Anand, Amal Roy Chaoudhoory, Harit Chaturvedi, Biswajyoti Hazarika, Dilip Pawar
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2018.91010
Abstract: Background: The prognosis of patients with Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) overexpression in inoperable Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Head and Neck (LASCCHN) remains poor. Nimotuzumab is an Anti EGFR humanized monoclonal antibody approved for treatment of LASCCHN, with concurrent chemoradiation. Objective: To assess the efficacy and safety of nimotuzumab with concurrent chemoradiation in inoperable LASCCHN patients. Methodology: This is a single-centre, single arm, retrospective study evaluating 35 patients with histologically confirmed inoperable LASCCHN (stages III-IV). The patients were administered IV cisplatin 50 mg/m2 and IV nimotuzumab 200 mg for 6 - 7 weeks, along with radiotherapy of 6600 - 7000 cGy over 35 fractions. Patients were evaluated over response evaluation criteria in solid tumors (RECIST) criteria 12 weeks after the last cycle of chemotherapy. They were also followed up for overall survival and relapse free survival. Results: The median duration of follow-up was 20 months. The most common site of cancer was oropharynx (68.6%). One patient was lost to follow up. Objective Response Rate (ORR) was observed in 97% of the patients with 17 patients (48.6%) achieving complete response (CR) and 17 patients (48.6%) achieving partial response (PR). The median overall survival was 22.7 months (95% CI: 21.30, 34.27). The median relapse free survival was 16.7 months (95% CI: 9.80, 24.50). Nimotuzumab was safe and well tolerated with few mild, self-limiting adverse events
Periodicity Detection of Outlier Sequences Using Constraint Based Pattern Tree with MAD
Archana N.,S. S. Pawar
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Patterns that appear rarely or unusually in the data can be defined as outlier patterns. The basic idea behind detecting outlier patterns is comparison of their relative frequencies with frequent patterns. Their frequencies of appearance are less and thus have lesser support in the data. Detecting outlier patterns is an important data mining task which will reveal some interesting facts. The search for periodicity of patterns gives the behavior of these patterns across time as to when they repeat likely. This in turn helps in prediction of events. These patterns are found in Time series-data, social networks etc. In this paper, an algorithm for periodic outlier pattern detection is proposed with the usage of a Constraint Based FP (Frequent Pattern)-tree as the underlying data structure for time series data. The growth of the tree is limited by using level and monotonic constraints. The protein sequence of bacteria named E.Coli is collected and periodic outlier patterns in the sequence are identified. Further the enhancement of results is obtained by finding the Median Absolute Deviation (MAD) in defining candidate outlier patterns. The comparative results between STNR-out (Suffix Tree Noise Resilient for Outlier Detection) and proposed algorithm are illustrated. The results show the effectiveness and applicability of the proposed algorithm.
Evaluation of Performance and Emission characteristics of Turbocharged Diesel Engine with Mullite as Thermal Barrier Coating
P. N. Shrirao,A. N. Pawar
International Journal of Engineering and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: Tests were performed on a single cylinder, four stroke, direct injection, diesel engine whose piston crown, cylinder head and valves were coated with a 0.5 mm thickness of 3Al2O3 .2SiO2 (mullite) (Al2O3= 60%, SiO2= 40%) over a 150 μm thickness of NiCrAlY bond coat. Tests were carried out on standard engine (uncoated) and low heatrejection (LHR) engine with and without turbocharger. This paper is intended to emphasis on energy balance and emission characteristic for standard engine (uncoated) and low heat rejection (LHR) engine with and without turbocharger. Tests were carried out at different engine load and engine speed conditions for standard and low heatrejection engine with and without turbocharger. The results showed that there was 2.18% decreasing on specific fuel consumption value of low heat rejection (LHR) engine with turbocharger compared to standard engine at full load. There was as much as 12% increasing on exhaust gas temperature of LHR engine with turbocharger compared tostandard engine at full load. There was as much as 20.64% increasing on NOx emission of exhaust gas, 22.05% decreasing on CO emission of exhaust gas and 28.20% decreasing on HC emission of exhaust gas of LHR engine with turbocharger compared to standard engine at full load.
Spectrophotometric and pH-Metric Studies of Ce(III), Dy(III), Gd(III),Yb(III) and Pr(III) Metal Complexes with Rifampicin
A. N. Sonar,N. S. Pawar
Journal of Chemistry , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/848906
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Acoustic and Volumetric Properties of Digoxin and Thiabendazole in 1, 4 Dioxane at 303 K
A. N. Sonar,N. S. Pawar
Journal of Chemistry , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/760253
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Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Anabaena based on PCR fingerprinting
A Ezhilarasi, N Anand
African Journal of Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: In this study, ten species of Anabaena were used to test the congruence between the traditional morphological classification system and the present molecular classification system. For morphological classification, strains were categorized into two different groups based on the whether or not the akinetes were directly adjacent to heterocysts in the trichome. Genetic diversity was assessed using the banding patterns of repetitive DNA sequences including the short tandemly repeated repetitive (STRR) sequences and long tandemly repeated repetitive (LTRR) sequences that are present in the cyanobacterial genome. The phylogenetic relationships inferred from comparison of the STRR sequences generally supported the traditional classification of cyanobacteria based on morphological criteria. The dendrograms based on the LTRR sequences did not show a clear correlation with the dendrogram based on morphology
HISTORY OF SATARA DISTRICT DURING 1627 TO 1680 A.D.
S. N. GEJAGE,V. V. PAWAR
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Satara was the capital of Maratha Kingdom spread over 14 lacks square kilometer. This land has rich heritage. Several great warriors, kings, saints and great personalities create their historical evidence in the history of Maharashtra. Shivaji the founder of Maratha Empire had begun to establish himself in the hilly part. The major incidence took place in the rule of Shivaji was round to Satara, specifically in the Sahyadri ranges. Western part of Satara district was covered by dense forests, high hills which is the main reason where Shivaji built about 25 forts.
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