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Performance Analysis of Unbalance Radial Feeder with Time Varying Composite Load  [PDF]
Jagdish Prasad Sharma, H. Ravishankar Kamath
Journal of Power and Energy Engineering (JPEE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2015.35005
Abstract: The focus of this paper is to present performance indices for unbalance radial feeder having different characteristic and composition of time varying static ZIP load models. These provide a framework for benchmarking of distribution automation projects. 15 minutes characteristics time interval for load flow and load modeling are considered to meet smart grid implementation criterion. A forward-backward sweep method is employed for load flow solution. Developed performance indices were illustrated on modified IEEE 37 node test feeder. Performance indices are useful for analysis, operational, planning and integration of stochastic renewable sources.
Atypical Olfactory Neuroblastoma Presenting as Sinonasal Polyposis with Nasopharyngeal Extension: A Case Report  [PDF]
Jagdish Prasad Purohit, Chandra Bhan, Bhoopendra Singh, Ajay Pratap Singh, Siva Selvaraj, Manish Pandey, Vijay Krishna Sharma
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2015.45064
Abstract: Background: Olfactory neuroblastoma also known as Esthesioneuroblastoma (ENB) is a tumor arising from the basal layer of olfactory epithelium in the superior recess of the nasal cavity in the region of cribriform plate. Incidence peaks once in 11 - 20 years of age and again in 50 - 60 years of age. It is equally found in men and women. Aim: The main aim of this case report is to characterize the clinical features of ENB showing nasopharyngeal involvement and its importance in the differential diagnosis of sinonasal neuroendocrine malignancies. Case presentation: Two cases are reported. The first case was a 21-year-old male with symptoms of nasal obstruction, recurrent epistaxis, nasal discharge, headache and paresthesia over the face with an evolution of 1 year with no previous history of trauma. Diagnostic nasal endoscopy revealed reddish gray mass filling bilateral nasal cavities. Posterior rhinoscopy revealed mass coming through choanae and filling the nasopharynx. Endoscopic resection of tumor was done and postoperatively all the symptoms of the patient resolved. The second case was a 62-year-old male with complaints of nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, recurrent epistaxis, anosmia and difficulty in swallowing. On computed tomography, anteriorly, the mass was extending up to external nares and posteriorly up to the nasopharynx, superiorly up to nasal roof and inferiorly up to hard palate. No obvious erosion of floor of anterior cranial fossa was seen. No intracranial extension was seen. Surgery was advised but patient refused to undergo any treatment. Conclusion: This study highlights the characteristics and clinical features of ENB showing nasopharyngeal involvement and their importance in the differential diagnosis of sinonasal neuroendocrine malignancies.
Effect of oral acetazolamide on human aqueous and serum electrolytes
Sharma R,Prasad Jagdish,Mishra Y,Vyas S
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1983,
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Application of response surface methodology to the modeling of cellulase purification by solvent extraction  [PDF]
Jagdish Singh, Anamika Sharma
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2012.34058
Abstract: Central composite design (CCD)sp. JS14 in a solvent extraction was established with Response surface methodology (RSM). Solvent concentration, pH, temperature and retention time were selected as process variables to evaluate the purification impact factor in solvent precipitation, including the purification fold and % recovery. An experimental space with 13 purification fold and 23 recovery percentage recovery is achieved through the optimized condition based on the model. The molecular weight of the purified enzyme was estimated to be 32.5 KDa. Optimum activity of purified enzyme was at pH and temperature 6.5℃ and 40℃ respectively. Enzyme showed maximum activity with carboxymethyl cellulose as substrate with compare to rice husk, wheat straw and sucrose. The purified cellulase activity was inhibited by Na+, Cl- Mg2+ Tween 80 and EDTA.
Assessment of genetic variability among Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cumini isolates based on pathogenicity and RAPD markers
SANGEETA MEHTA, V.K. GAUR*, R.A. SHARMA and JAGDISH PRASAD
Indian Phytopathology , 2012,
Abstract: Genetic variability among ten isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cumini, the incitant of wilt of cumin was assessed by using pathogenicity and RAPD markers. Isolates varied in pathogenicity both in sterile and unsterile soil when tested on cumin var. RZ-19. The Bikaner isolate was highly virulent, followed by isolates from Tonk, Nagaur, Barmer, Jalore, Jaisalmer, Sikar, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Jhunjhunu. The wilt incidence (%) in sterile and unsterile soil varied from 23.31 to 95.00 and 18.46 to 80.00, respectively. Isolates were also differentiated in the RAPD banding pattern. The similarity value of RAPD profiles ranged from 0.21 (Sikar and Tonk) to 0.68 (Nagaur and Tonk) with an average of 0.45 ± 0.1 among the isolates. The cluster analysis using un-weighted pair group method with arithmetic average distinguished Fusarium oxysporum isolates into different fingerprint groups.
Cardiovascular Activities of of the bradykinin system
Jagdish N. Sharma
The Scientific World Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2008.53
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Design and Development of E-Governance Model for Service Quality Enhancement  [PDF]
Tulu Tilahun, Durga Prasad Sharma
Journal of Data Analysis and Information Processing (JDAIP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jdaip.2015.33007
Abstract: Governance is a process of establishing policies or laws and continuously monitoring their implementation in the public. Citizens are the main stakeholders in this process. To make the governance process cost effective, easy and convenient to the citizens, information and communication technologies (ICTs) are playing a vital role. Using ICTs in governance domain can be referred as e-governance. It helps citizen to participate not only in policy making but also in service quality improvements and getting government services over network. Web technology is one of the major technologies that have been used in e-governance as a major contributor. Before invention of web, citizens used to write their opinions and send to concerned body via post mail or local suggestion box for improvements of services. After the invention of the web, it became possible to post or send the opinions/comments over organization’s web sites or portals. As the number of comments increases over the web, it is very difficult to have relevant information for furthering the decision making processes. In these study, text processing and data mining techniques have been used. The prototype system classifies citizen’s opinions in one of six service categories with the precision of 87.3% and recall of 85.8%. Further, the system determines opinions as appreciation with the precision of 100% for both depression and appreciation, and average recall of 90.85% for both depression and appreciation. The results obtained from the prototype system indicate that the techniques that have been applied are promising for real world application in e-governance.
Bianchi Type—IX Barotropic Fluid Model with Time-Dependent Displacement Vector in Lyra Geometry
Raj Bali,Rajendra Vadhwani,Jagdish Prasad Dhanka
ISRN Mathematical Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.5402/2012/251460
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On the Unicity of Smartphone Applications
Jagdish Prasad Achara,Gergely Acs,Claude Castelluccia
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Prior works have shown that the list of apps installed by a user reveal a lot about user interests and behavior. These works rely on the semantics of the installed apps and show that various user traits could be learnt automatically using off-the-shelf machine-learning techniques. In this work, we focus on the re-identifiability issue and thoroughly study the unicity of smartphone apps on a dataset containing 54,893 Android users collected over a period of 7 months. Our study finds that any 4 apps installed by a user are enough (more than 95% times) for the re-identification of the user in our dataset. As the complete list of installed apps is unique for 99% of the users in our dataset, it can be easily used to track/profile the users by a service such as Twitter that has access to the whole list of installed apps of users. As our analyzed dataset is small as compared to the total population of Android users, we also study how unicity would vary with larger datasets. This work emphasizes the need of better privacy guards against collection, use and release of the list of installed apps.
Adverse Effects of COX-2 Inhibitors
Jagdish N. Sharma,Najeeba M. Jawad
The Scientific World Journal , 2005, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2005.82
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