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VERIFICATION APPROACH FOR ASIC GENERIC IP FUNCTIONAL VERIFICATION
BHAVIN PATEL
International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Managing Generic IP verification requires consideration of uncertainties & dynamic changes of standard & specification during project execution. Such scenario requires well defined process which needs to be followed throughout the project execution. A creative approach is required to make sure verification architecture is flexible enough to adapt majority of the run time changes enabling faster turnaround time. This article demonstrates guidelines based on real experience to tackle dynamics in Verification.
Formulation of Response Reduction Factor for RCC Framed Staging of Elevated Water Tank using Static Pushover Analysis
Bhavin Patel,Dhara Shah
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
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Properties of $Q\bar{Q}$ $(Q \epsilon b, c)$ mesons in Coulomb plus Power potential
Patel, Bhavin;Vinodkumar, P. C.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008, DOI: 10.1088/0954-3899/36/3/035003
Abstract: The decay rates and spectroscopy of the $Q \bar Q$ $(Q \in c, b)$ mesons are computed in non-relativistic phenomenological quark antiquark potential of the type $V(r)=-\frac{\alpha_c}{r}+A r^{\nu}$, (CPP$_{\nu}$) with different choices $\nu$. Numerical solution of the schrodinger equation has been used to obtain the spectroscopy of $Q\bar{Q}$ mesons. The spin hyperfine, spin-orbit and tensor components of the one gluon exchange interaction are employed to compute the spectroscopy of the few lower $S$ and orbital excited states. The numerically obtained radial solutions are employed to obtain the decay constant, di-gamma and di-leptonic decay widths. The decay widths are determined with and without radiative corrections. Present results are compared with other potential model predictions as well as with the known experimental values.
Elderly diabetic patient with surgical site mucormycosis extending to bowel
Patel Atul,Vora Himanshu,Patel Ketan,Patel Bhavin
Journal of Global Infectious Diseases , 2010,
Abstract: Mucormycosis is rare in clinical practice. Most infections are acquired by inhalation; other portals of entry are traumatic implantation and ingestion in immunocompromised host. Mucormycosis is life threatening infection in immunocompromised host with variable moratlity ranging from 15 -81% depending upon site of infection. General treatment principles include early diagnosis, correction of underlying immunosuppression and metabolic disturbances, adequate surgical debridement along with amphotericin therapy. We describe surgical site mucormycosis extended to involve large bowel in elderly diabetic patient.
Masses and Magnetic moments of Triply Heavy Flavour Baryons in Hypercentral Model
Patel, Bhavin;Majethiya, Ajay;Vinodkumar, P. C.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s12043-009-0061-4
Abstract: Triply heavy flavour baryons are studied using the hyper central description of the three-body system. The confinement potential is assumed as hyper central coulomb plus power potential with power index $p$. The ground state ($J^P={1/2}^+$ and ${3/2}^+$) masses of heavy flavour baryons are computed for different power index, $ p$ starting from 0.5 to 2.0. The predicted masses are found to attain a saturated value with respect to variation in $p$ beyond the power index $p>1.0$. Using the spin-flavour structure of the constituting quarks and by defining effective mass of the confined quarks within the baryons, the magnetic moments are computed with no additional free parameters.
Use of Antimuscarinics in the Elderly
Bhavin Patel,Tamara Bavendam,Gopal Badlani
The Scientific World Journal , 2009, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2009.55
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A REVIEW ON OSMOTIC DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
Harnish Patel,Upendra Patel,Hiren Kadikar,Bhavin Bhimani
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Conventional oral drug delivery systems supply an instantaneous release of drug, which cannot control the release of the drug and effective concentration at the target site. This kind of dosing pattern may result in constantly changing, unpredictable plasma concentrations. Drugs can be delivered in a controlled pattern over a long period of time by the process of osmosis. Osmotic devices are the most promising strategy based systems for controlled drug delivery. They are the most reliable controlled drug delivery systems and could be employed as oral drug delivery systems. Various patents available for osmotic drug delivery system like Rose-Nelson pump, Higuchi leeper pump, Higuchi Theeuwes pump, Elementary Osmotic pump etc. ODDS are useful for poorly soluble drug, for pulsatile drug release, zero order release. Various techniques available for preparation of ODDS include push pull osmotic Pump, osmotic Brusting osmotic pump, liquid oral osmotic system, sandwiched osmotic tablets , delayed delivery osmotic device, monolithic osmotic System and controlled porosity osmotic Pump. Osmotically controlled oral drug delivery systems utilize osmotic pressure for controlled delivery of active agents. These systems can be utilized for systemic as well as targeted delivery of drugs. The release of drugs from osmotic systems is governed by various formulation factors such as solubility and osmotic pressure of the core components, size of the delivery orifice, and nature of the rate-controlling membrane. In this Paper mainly focused on the Osmotic System with example, the basic component of osmotic system and evaluation parameter of the osmotic drug delivery system.
Properties of doubly charmed baryons in the quark-diquark model
Majethiya, Ajay;Patel, Bhavin;Rai, Ajay Kumar;Vinodkumar, P C
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008,
Abstract: Baryons containing two heavy quarks are important and interesting systems to study the quark-diquark structure of baryons and to understand the dynamics of QCD at hadronic scale. The Selex Collaboration has recently reported the discovery of $\Xi_{cc}$ with a mass of 3.519 Ge$V$. However, other groups such as Babar, Belle and Focus have all failed to confirm this state. So there is a demand to review this state both theoretically and experimentally. We report here the spectra and magnetic moments of $ccq(q\in u,d,s)$ systems using coulomb plus Martin potential. Here the two heavy quarks are considered for the diquark states. The same potential form is used for the diquark interaction as well as for the quark-diquark interaction. The chromomagnetic one gluon exchange interaction are perturbatively treated here to get the masses of $J^P={{1/2}}^{+}$ and $J^P={{3/2}}^{+}$ states. Accordingly, we obtain $\Xi^{++}_{cc}$ (3519, 3555), $\Xi^{+}_{cc}$ (3527, 3562) and $\Omega^{+}_{cc}$ (3648,3688) states of the $ccq$ $({1/2}^{+},{3/2}^{+})$ combinations. Our predictions are in accordance with the SELEX result for $\Xi^{++}_{cc}$ (3519) and other model predictions. Predictions of other properties of these $ccq$ systems will be presented in detail.
Open flavour Charmed Mesons
Vinodkumar, P C;Rai, Ajay Kumar;Patel, Bhavin;Pandya, Jignesh
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008,
Abstract: We present here recent results on the investigations of the mass spectrum (S-states and P-states), decay constants, decay widths and life time of the D, $D_s$,and $B_c$mesons within the framework of phenomenological potential models.We also present the binding energy and the masses of the di-meson molecular systems with one or more charm meson combinations. Many of the newly found experimental open charm states are identified with the orbital excitations of the conventional open charm mesons while others like X(3872), Y(3930), $D_{sJ}$(2632, 2700) \emph{etc.}, are identified as molecular like states.
Properties of $Q\bar Q$ mesons in non-relativistic QCD formalism
Rai, Ajay Kumar;Patel, Bhavin;Vinodkumar, P C
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.78.055202
Abstract: The decay rates of $Q \bar Q$ mesons ($Q \varepsilon {c, b}$) are studied in the NRQCD formalism in terms of their short distance and long distance coefficients. The long distance coefficients are obtained through phenomenological potential model description of the mesons. The model parameters that reproduces the mass spectrum of the $c \bar c$, $b \bar b$ and $c \bar b$ mesons are employed to study the decay widths of these mesons. We extract the mass spectrum as well as the reproduces the respective radial wave functions from the different potential models as well as from non-relativistic phenomenological quark antiquark potential of the type $V(r)=-\frac{\alpha_c}{r}+A r^{\nu}$, with $\nu$ varying from 0.5 to 2. The spin hyperfine and spin-orbit interactions are employed to obtain the masses of the pseudoscalar and vector mesons. The decay constants with QCD corrections are computed in this model as well as in the case of other potential models for comparison. The digamma and dileptonic decays of $c \bar c$, and $b \bar b$ mesons are investigated using some of the known potential models without and with radiative corrections up to the lowest order. These decay width are also computed within the NRQCD formalism up to $O(v^4)$ by making uses of the respective spectroscopic parameters of the models. Our theoretical predictions of the decays of the $c \bar c$, and $b \bar b$ mesons and the results obtained from some of the other potential schemes are compared with the experimental values. The partial widths and life time of the $B_c$ meson are also computed using the model parameters and are found to be in good accordance with the experimental values.
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