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Run off River Plant: Status and Prospects
Hemant Sharma,,Jasvir Singh
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Most of the small hydro power plants are based onRun of River scheme, implying that they do not have any waterstorage capability. The power is generated only when enoughwater is available from the river. When the stream flow reducesbelow the design flow value, the generation will reduce as thewater does not flow through the intake structure into the turbine.Small hydro plants may be stand alone system in isolated areasbut could also be grid connected. The connection to the grid hasthe advantage of the easier control of the electrical systemfrequency of the electricity.In this research paper i discussed about the run off river plant,comparison of runoff river plant and small hydro power plants.And what type of turbine is suitable for small hydro power plantand run off river plant.
Student Support Services In Distance Learning System A Case Of DDE, Maharshi Dayanand University
Hemant LATA SHARMA
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2002,
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Routine chemoprophylaxis for deep vein thrombosis in Indian patients: Is it really justified?
Maini Lalit,Sharma Hemant
Indian Journal of Orthopaedics , 2008,
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Comparative Analysis of Various Approaches Used in Frequent Pattern Mining
Deepak Garg,Hemant Sharma
International Journal of Advanced Computer Sciences and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: Frequent pattern mining has become an important data mining task and has been a focused theme in data mining research. Frequent patterns are patterns that appear in a data set frequently. Frequent pattern mining searches for recurring relationship in a given data set. Various techniques have been proposed to improve the performance of frequent pattern mining algorithms. This paper presents review of different frequent mining techniques including apriori based algorithms, partition based algorithms, DFS and hybrid algorithms, pattern based algorithms, SQL based algorithms and Incremental apriori based algorithms. A brief description of each technique has been provided. In the last, different frequent pattern mining techniques are compared based on various parameters of importance. Experimental results show that FP- Tree based approach achieves better performance.
Utilization of Maternal and Child Health Care Services by Primigravida Females in Urban and Rural Areas of India
Hemant Mahajan,Bhuwan Sharma
ISRN Preventive Medicine , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/123918
Abstract: Maternal complications and poor perinatal outcome are highly associated with nonutilisation of antenatal and delivery care services and poor socioeconomic conditions of the patient. It is essential that all pregnant women have access to high quality obstetric care throughout their pregnancies. Present longitudinal study was carried out to compare utilization of maternal and child health care services by urban and rural primigravida females. A total of 240 study participants were enrolled in this study. More illiteracy and less mean age at the time of marriage were observed in rural population. Poor knowledge about prelacteal feed, colostrums, tetanus injection and iron-follic acid tablet consumption was noted in both urban and rural areas. Very few study participants from both areas were counselled for HIV testing before pregnancy. More numbers of abortions (19.2%) were noted in urban study participants compared to rural area. Thus utilization of maternal and child health care (MCH) services was poor in both urban and rural areas. A sustained and focussed IEC campaign to improve the awareness amongst community on MCH will help in improving community participation. This may improve the quality, accessibility, and utilization of maternal health care services provided by the government agencies in both rural and urban areas. 1. Introduction Motherhood is the most important position a woman can have in her life but can be a life threatening event as well. During pregnancy, any woman can develop serious, life-threatening complications that require medical care. In the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, Tenth Revision, 1992 (ICD-10), WHO defines maternal death as “The death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management but not from accidental or incidental causes” [1]. For every woman who dies, 30–50 women suffer from injury, infection, or disease. Pregnancy related complications are among the leading causes of death and disability for women aged 15–49 in developing countries. The desired outcome of pregnancy is always a healthy mother and a healthy baby. Because there is no reliable way to predict which woman will develop pregnancy-related complications, it is essential that all pregnant women have access to high quality obstetric care throughout their pregnancies. Maternal complications and poor perinatal outcome are highly associated with nonutilisation
Anterior Open Bite Closure: A Case Report
Deepak Sharma,Hemant Kumar Halwai
Orthodontic Journal of Nepal , 2011, DOI: 10.3126/ojn.v1i1.9371
Abstract: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/ojn.v1i1.9371 Orthodontic Journal of Nepal Vol.1(1) 2011: 63-67
Molecular Characterization of Pseudomonas spp. Isolated from Root Nodules of Various Leguminous Plants of Shekhawati Region, Rajasthan, India  [PDF]
Sakshi Issar, Saroj Sharma, Devendra Kumar Choudhary, Hemant Kumar Gautam, R. K. Gaur
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2012.31005
Abstract: Plant growth promontory Pseudomonas strains were isolated from root nodules of five plant species, viz., Trifolium pretense, Cicer arietinum, Amaranthus polygamus, Vigna mungo, and Trigonella foenum; that plants were denizen of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. A total of 8 bacterial isolates were evaluated for growth promotion using PGP properties. Partial 16S rDNA sequencing data showed that these 8 bacterial isolates belonged to genus Pseudomonas. MEGA 4.0.2, software was used to construct a neighbor joining tree by employing boot strap method. Result exhibited significant diversity among recovered Pseudomonas strains.
Capnography as an aid in localizing the phrenic nerve in brachial plexus surgery. Technical note
Hemant Bhagat, Anil Agarwal, Manish S Sharma
Journal of Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1749-7221-3-14
Abstract: Three consecutive patients with traction pan-brachial plexus injuries scheduled for neurotization were evaluated under an anesthetic protocol to allow intraoperative electrophysiology. Muscle relaxants were avoided, anaesthesia was induced with propofol and fentanyl and the airway was secured with an appropriate sized laryngeal mask airway. Routine monitoring included heart rate, noninvasive blood pressure, pulse oximetry and time capnography. The phrenic nerve was identified after blind bipolar electrical stimulation using a handheld bipolar nerve stimulator set at 2–4 mA. The capnographic wave form was observed by the neuroanesthetist and simultaneous diaphragmatic contraction was assessed by the surgical assistant. Both observers were blinded as to when the bipolar stimulating electrode was actually in use.In all patients, the capnographic wave form revealed a notch at a stimulating amplitude of about 2–4 mA. This became progressively jagged with increasing current till diaphragmatic contraction could be palpated by the blinded surgical assistant at about 6–7 mA.Capnography is a sensitive intraoperative test for localizing the phrenic nerve during the supraclavicular approach to the brachial plexus.Early surgical intervention after brachial plexus injury is the best predictor of a favourable functional outcome after a trial of conservative management. Electrodiagnostic studies like sensory evoked potentials (SEP), electromyography (EMG) and nerve compound action potentials (NCAPs) are performed intraoperatively to aid in monitoring, guiding, identifying and localizing nerve function.[1] Though these diagnostic modalities have contributed immensely to the improved surgical outcomes following brachial plexus repair, their use may prove cumbersome and prone to errors of interpretation. Direct observation of muscle belly contraction after nerve stimulation remains the gold standard to detect intact neuronal function.Phrenic nerve identification is a key step during t
Response to comments on "Capnography as an aid in localizing the phrenic nerve in brachial plexus surgery. Technical note"
Hemant Bhagat, Anil Agarwa, Manish S Sharma
Journal of Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1749-7221-3-21
Abstract: Dear Editors,We appreciate the concerns raised by the reader as they are genuine and focused. Monitoring the depth of anaesthesia with aid of specific monitors is a good idea. In our study, the doses of drugs used were according to the standard anaesthetic practice for total intravenous anaesthesia which should not warrant concerns regarding the adequacy of the depth of anaesthesia. Anaesthesia was induced with propofol 1.5–2 mg/kg and fentanyl 2 μg/kg while maintenance of anaesthesia was with propofol 6–10 mg/kg/hour. Fentanyl was administered at a dose of 1 μg/kg prior to skin incision and thence every 30 minutes to ensure adequate analgesia. The propofol infusions were adjusted according to increase in heart rate and/or blood pressure to more than 20% of baseline values. With this anaesthetic technique and use of laryngeal mask airway we were able to use controlled ventilation in all our patients. The idea of using controlled ventilation was to abolish the respiratory efforts and consequently have a uniform capnograph which would enable us to appreciate any changes in response to electrical stimulation of phrenic nerve.Premature respiratory efforts because of inadequate anaesthesia and analgesia can cause similar pattern in the capnograph as reported by us. However we ensured adequate depth of anaesthesia and analgesia based on the haemodynamic response to surgery. The titration of anaesthesia based on haemodynamic parameters have been found to be sufficient to ensure adequate depth of anaesthesia [1]. The hemodynamic response to phrenic nerve stimulation was unremarkable.Hiccups can occur during phrenic nerve stimulation. This is what we have exactly tried to explain. This novel technique is being described to localize the phrenic nerve in an otherwise scarred tissue. Consequently, the stimulation was attempted in and around the phrenic nerve, which may result in incomplete diaphragmatic contraction.The ventilator rate and tidal volume were adjusted to maintain
Emission and energy consumption characteristics of interrupted over-saturated flow for urban roads with heterogeneous traffic
Hemant Kumar SHARMA,Bajrang Lal SWAMI
Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Road transport is a major source of air pollution particularly in towns and cities. In urban areas road traffic accounts for more than half of the emissions of nitrogen oxides, carbon mono-oxide and volatile organic compounds. This paper presents emission and energy consumption characteristics of urban roads with interrupted oversaturated flow comprising of heterogeneous traffic. Model has been developed for heterogeneous traffic under constraints of roadway geometry, vehicle characteristics, driving behaviour and traffic controls and has been calibrated and validated for interrupted oversaturated traffic conditions. Interrupted oversaturated flow conditions prevail in urban areas of most of the developing countries. The model developed shall predict carbon mono- oxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon dioxide (CO2) and fuel and energy consumption estimates for urban roads operating under oversaturated conditions of flow. Since model provides improved estimates of speed, delay and congestion it provides better estimates of emissions and energy consumption.
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