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Growth Rate Analysis of Wind Turbine Industry in India
T. Ahilan,K.P. Mohammed,S. Arumugham
International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: This study examines the relationship between the technology policy and industrial development of the wind turbine Industry in various Indian states and India. The electric power sector will be a primary target for deep reductions in CO2 emissions because electric power plants are among the largest and most manageable point sources of emissions. With respect to new capacity, wind power is currently one of the most inexpensive ways to produce electricity without CO2 emissions and it may have a significant role to play in a carbon constrained world. Yet, most research in the wind industry remains focused on near term issues, while energy system models that focus on century-long time horizons undervalue wind by imposing exogenous limits on growth. This study fills a critical gap in the literature by taking a closer look at the importance, growth and tariff of large-scale wind power.
Recovery and Preservation of Goat Follicular Oocytes
Khillare,K.P.
Veterinary World , 2008,
Abstract: [Veterinary World 2008; 1(3.000): 73-74]
Late Dr. (Mrs.) Dhanalakshmi De Sousa
K.P. Dave
Mens Sana Monographs , 2006,
Abstract: Dr. (Mrs.) Dhanalakshmi De Sousa was my senior colleague at K.E.M. Hospital during our post-graduate studies and at L.T.M.G. Hospital during our professional career as a staff member. I had an opportunity to be with her for about 18 years. As a Registrar at K.E.M., she appeared busy with her studies and sincere about her commitments. At L.T.M.G. Hospital, she worked in her initial years at the Child Guidance Clinic and was later promoted to adult psychiatry. She maintained a good relationship with patients and their relatives. She often went out of the way to seek social and economic help for the patients' welfare. When she became Chief after Dr. Bassa's retirement, she showed her genuine interest in the development of the Department of Psychiatry. She took great pains to get funds for equipments like EEG, ECT machines, and Behaviour Therapy instruments. She wanted to develop other diagnostic and treatment modalities which were not there during Dr. Bassa's tenure as chief. She made efforts to develop good relationship with other departments in the hospitals, and encouraged residents to do the same. Post-graduate teaching, nurses' education and research projects were the areas where she actively participated. Social activities like picnics and parties, which helped to improve interpersonal relationships, were a frequent feature during her tenure as Head. She contributed generously from her personal income to encourage under-graduates to take interest in Psychiatry. She started the 'Dr. De Sousa Award' for a competitive examination in Psychiatry for the under-graduates. We were surprised to find her asking for premature retirement from L.T.MG. Hospital as a staff member at a time when she was most needed. We came to know later it was to bring up her son, Avinash, now a Psychiatrist in his own right. A courageous, and probably wise, decision to take. We had less and less interaction with her after her retirement. But we always remembered her and quoted her during our academic post-graduate sessions in the Department. In her sad demise, we have lost a great soul who worked for the poor and the unfortunate. And a colleague with a great affection and love for people. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
Seedling emergence and growth of pawpaw (Carica papaya) grown under different coloured shade polyethylene
K.P. Baiyeri
International Agrophysics , 2006,
Abstract: Seven nursery shades made of blue, yellow, green, red, and colourless polyethylene, and palm frond (Elaeis guineensis Jacq) and non-shaded frame were evaluated for their effects on seedling emergence and early growth of two fruit morphotypes of ‘Sunrise Solo’ pawpaw cultivar. Seedlings grown under different polyethylene colours showed significant (P<0.05) effect on days to 50% seedling emergence, percentage emergence at first emergence, and percentage weekly emergence for the first six weeks after planting. The highest percentage emergence (72%) was observed under green shade colour compared to palm frond and non-shaded seedlings that gave 63 and 60%, respectively. Also, leaf-count, plant height, stem girth and vigour - monitored for five months in the nursery and field - were responsive to different colours used as nursery shade. Plant height, stem girth, and vigour were higher in seedlings grown under green polyethylene shade. Comparison of fresh weight of root, stem, leaf and total dry matter yield of seedlings grown under different nursery shades showed that seedlings grown under green shade gave the best result. Temperature and light intensity varied significantly (P<0.05) under the different nursery shades, and these differences in microclimate are implicated for the variability in seedling emergence and growth pattern. Evidence from the study revealed that green polyethylene used as nursery shade enhanced seedling emergence and growth quality of the test crops compared to other colours of polyethylene and palm fronds.
Variable light transmission through four polyethylene colours used for plantain Musa sp. AAB) fruits storage as influencing its postharvest and culinary qualities
Baiyeri K.P.
International Agrophysics , 2005,
Abstract: Postharvest wastes of horticultural produce are enormous in Nigeria, requiring increasing efforts to reduce this spate. Therefore, colourless, blue, red and yellow polyethylene bags impregnated with or without sawdust were used for storing green mature plantain fruits. Control treatment was fruits lined on laboratory bench. Sample fruits enclosed in polyethylene were sealed under ambient laboratory conditions and thereafter opened weekly to assess postharvest changes. Inclusion of sawdust was not in any way more beneficial than without it. Relative light transmission through the four colours was expectedly different. Light intensity reduction by the colourless polyethylene was 3.6%, compared to 30-35% reductions by blue and yellow polyethylene. Variation in light intensity transmitted explained about 90% of weight loss in fruits. After three weeks of storage, weight loss from fruit stored in blue polyethylene was about 7% compared to about 45% in the control. Colour of polyethylene also significantly (P <0.05) influenced ripening pattern. Whereas 67% of fruits stored in colourless, yellow and red polyethylene were still green after two weeks of storage, only 8% of the control samples was still green. Organoleptic assessment of steamed boiled fruits after two weeks of storage revealed that fruits stored in blue and red polyethylene combined relatively high textural and general acceptability ratings, while fruits stored in yellow polyethylene had the highest textural rating. The general acceptability rating of fruits stored in yellow, red and blue polyethylene had highest relationship with flavour, but with taste - for fruits stored in colourless polyethylene. Evidences from the study revealed that blue and yellow polyethylene transmitting lower light intensity ensured lowest fruit weight loss, delayed ripening and enhanced culinary quality traits, and are therefore suggested for further evaluation and use under high temperature environment.
Miramar Beach
K.P. Yadav
Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies , 2009,
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A.H.M. Kerkhoff, Nauwelijks een machtiger wapen. Schoolgezondheidszorg als een collectieve voorziening (1795-1990)
K.P. Companje
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2006,
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M.J.M. Hoogenboom, , Standenstrijd en zekerheid. Een geschiedenis van oude orde en sociale zorg in Nederland
K.P. Companje
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2007,
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J. Dane, Honderd jaar kinderbescherming. Uitgave ter gelegenheid van het jubileum van de Raad voor de kinderbescherming en de Kinderwetten (1905-2005)
K.P. Companje
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2007,
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A. Juch, Longarts in Nederland
K.P. Companje
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2011,
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