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Application of Markov Process to Improve Production of Power Plant
Anurag Baghela
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Due to the fast paced growth of world economy the energy demand is increasing very rapidly. To maintain the quality of power, economical production and long run performance of the plants should be kept failure free (as far as possible). So, these industries invest much more for up-gradation, high level of automation and use sophisticated machineries to get the desire level of results. But, still these industries are lagging in dependable and reliable supplies of electricity. Today most of the power plants are operating with low efficiency. In most of the cases it is less than 30%. There are a few plants in which efficiency is more than 60%. To prevent such mishaps a detailed system behavioral analysis along with maintenance planning is important. For which a mathematical model is necessary which exhibit the system upstate in quantitative form and analyze system performance in actual operating conditions. It is also helpful to process design department for modification in design and to maintenance department to in monitoring the system performance and planning in advance to keep system failure free for longer duration. The work presented here is mainly concerned with reliability centered maintenance of thermal power plant. The study is conducted in a Thermal Power Plant situated in Rajasthan.
Text Mining Approaches To Extract Interesting Association Rules from Text Documents
Vishwadeepak Singh Baghela,S P Tripathi
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2012,
Abstract: A handful of text data mining approaches are available to extract many potential information and association from large amount of text data. The term data mining is used for methods that analyze data with the objective of finding rules and patterns describing the characteristic properties of the data. The 'mined information is typically represented as a model of the semantic structure of the dataset, where the model may be used on new data for prediction or classification. In general, data mining deals with structured data (for example relational databases), whereas text presents special characteristics and is unstructured. The unstructured data is totally different from databases, where mining techniques are usually applied and structured data is managed. Text mining can work with unstructured or semi-structured data sets A brief review of some recent researches related to mining associations from text documents is presented in this paper.
Detection of Ventricular Fibrillation Using Random Forest Classifier  [PDF]
Anurag Verma, Xiaodai Dong
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2016.95019
Abstract: Early warning and detection of ventricular fibrillation is crucial to the successful treatment of this life-threatening condition. In this paper, a ventricular fibrillation classification algorithm using a machine learning method, random forest, is proposed. A total of 17 previously defined ECG feature metrics were extracted from fixed length segments of the echocardiogram (ECG). Three annotated public domain ECG databases (Creighton University Ventricular Tachycardia database, MIT-BIH Arrhythmia Database and MIT-BIH Malignant Ventricular Arrhythmia Database) were used for evaluation of the proposed method. Window sizes 3 s, 5 s and 8 s for overlapping and non-overlapping segmentation methodologies were tested. An accuracy (Acc) of 97.17%, sensitivity (Se) of 95.17% and specificity (Sp) of 97.32% were obtained with 8 s window size for overlapping segments. The results were benchmarked against recent reported results and were found to outper-form them with lower complexity.
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT & ITS APPLICATIONS IN DISTANCE EDUCATION
Anurag SAXENA
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2007,
Abstract: ABSTRACT It is the digital economy age in which we are living presently. Thus, traditional thinking is proving futile and newer methods are substituting the older ones. If one has to achieve developmental goals, one has to build a knowledge repository. Success of any system today is defined by its knowledge capital. For example for a university, knowledge is a key sustainable edge and Faculty/students are their key assets. Knowledge management (KM) can provide a university with an opportunity to integrate processes, facilitate collaboration, and form relationship across traditional organizational boundaries. It no longer stands that the most knowledgeable only will conquer; it has become that one who actually uses that knowledge will get the edge. KM provides the opportunities to rethink, recast and re-engineer. Present communication tries to build a framework for open universities to effectively use KM to maintain relationships with existing students and attracting new students, build high-valued knowledge assets, build a knowledge based value-chain to respond to the changing demands for education.
VERSATILITY OF BUCCAL SULCUS APPROACH FOR ZYGOMATIC COMPLEX FRACTURES
Anurag Srivastava
e-Journal of Dentistry , 2012,
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Optimality and Duality for Nondifferentiable Minimax Fractional Programming with Generalized Convexity
Anurag Jayswal
ISRN Applied Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.5402/2011/491941
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Ingenuity and Translation: Meanings of Ghalib in Tabish Khair’s Man of Glass
Chauhan, Anurag
Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies , 2011,
Abstract: Tabish Khair’s volume of poems, Man of Glass,has one section “Stone: Ghalib Speaks in Tongues” which has 8 ghazals of Asadullah Khan Ghalib of which Khair has done both transliteration and, as he himself mentions, “transcreation”. Fidelity to the original is not something which Tabish Khair much cares about and therefore the translationscarry much of Khair’s own interpretations in an attempt to carry the spirit of Ghalib. This can be seen by comparing his translations with a reputed translation of Ghalib done by Dr. Sarfaraz K. Niazi. Khair goes on to link Ghalib’s divinity and humanity with his rendering of Shakuntala in an earlier section of the volume and with poems in the final section of the volume too. About the liberties taken with the original, Tabish Khair’s views and clarifications to the author shed further light on hisefforts. The present paper explores and analyzes the dynamics of this translation/transcreation and of the issue of matter/ content and spirit of the content in a translation.
An Extension Of Weiler-Atherton Algorithm To Cope With The Self-intersecting Polygon
Anurag Chakraborty
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper a new algorithm has been proposed which can fix the problem of Weiler Atherton algorithm. The problem of Weiler Atherton algorithm lies in clipping self intersecting polygon. Clipping self intersecting polygon is not considered in Weiler Atherton algorithm and hence it is also a main disadvantage of this algorithm. In our new algorithm a self intersecting polygon has been divided into non self intersecting contours and then perform the Weiler Atherton clipping algorithm on those sub polygons. For holes we have to store the edges that is not own boundary of hole contour from recently clipped polygon. Thus if both contour is hole then we have to store all the edges of the recently clipped polygon. Finally the resultant polygon has been produced by eliminating all the stored edges.
Urban Heat Island Effect over National Capital Region of India: A Study using the Temperature Trends  [PDF]
Manju Mohan, Anurag Kandya, Arunachalam Battiprolu
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.24054
Abstract: The local temperature is one of the major climatic elements to record the changes in the atmospheric environment brought about by industrialization, increasing population and massive urbanization. The present study deals with the annual and seasonal temperature trends and anomalies for maximum, minimum and mean temperatures of the four meteorological stations of the National Capital Region (NCR) of India namely Safdarjung, Palam, Gurgaon and Rohtak for the past few decades and their association with the development through urbanization processes. The annual mean maximum temperature did not show any specific trend; however a consistent increasing trend was seen in the annual mean minimum temperatures indicating an overall warming trend over the NCR especially after 1990. This warming trend is contrary to the cooling trend observed by earlier studies till 1980’s in various other cities of India including Delhi. However, the temperature trends in annual mean minimum temperatures reported in various countries (USA, Turkey, Italy, etc.) across the world showed warming trends to be associated to the urbanization process of the cities also. The current warming trends in temperature in the NCR Delhi based on the annual mean minimum temperatures have thus been supported by the trends in other parts of the world and could be utilized to infer the development process in this region. The urbanization pattern within Delhi is reflected by the trends of differences in annual mean minimum temperature of the two stations within the city namely Safdarjung and Palam. The significance of the warming trends of the annual minimum temperature for the urban heat island effect is also discussed.
A Cost-Effective Wind Power-Driven RO Plant for Treatment of Brackish Water  [PDF]
Shivendra Verma, Ramsingh Meena, Anurag Mudgal
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.310007
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Desalination has often been perceived as a high cost means of producing water. Reason being that some of the water treatment methods use electricity to run a pump as in Reverse Osmosis system and some uses thermal energy to produce steam as in Multi Effect Distillation. High cost and less availability of conventional fuels has attracted the focus of researchers to explore other unconventional means and methods to purify water. This paper explores the possibility of using wind power for water treatment. In costal countries, tremendous wind power is available at the coastline which may be used to drive a RO plant. In India particularly, the average wind speed calculated along the coastlines of Gujarat state gives a fair idea about potential of energy that can be generated. This energy can be harnessed to run a rotating pump, or a piston-cylinder arrangement coupled with RO module to provide the necessary pressure required to push saline water through the membrane. Along the western coast of India there is an abundance of wind energy to capitulate high amount of energy in terms of electrical Power. If the rotor diameter is 4 feet (1.3 m) and located at a height of 8 feet (2.5 m), each wind turbine may produce power of around 2 KW. This power may be used to run the reciprocating pump which provides pressure to the RO Apparatus. The paper describes recent advancements in the wind industries technology to produce electrical energy at low cost but it concentrates more on coupling wind energy directly with RO module to save energy conversion cost which is a seldom or different approach than converting electrical energy to mechanical energy for running of RO system.

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