In this paper an effective size
reduction technique using fractal structure is suggested. The proposed
technique has been applied on a band stop and a low pass filter separately.
This technique provides 42% reduction of size for the band stop filter and
about 26% for the low pass counterpart. Both the designed structures are
fabricated and the measured results are compared with the simulated results. The
proposed technique does not require any recalculation or optimization of
dimensions of the filter, and is straightforward to implement. The band stop
filter is designed for the center frequency of 3 GHz where as the cut-off frequency for
low pass filter is 2.5 GHz. A good agreement between the simulated and measured
results is observed. A comprehensible explanation of the proposed technique is
Quality poultry meat depends upon the feed and as such there are many commercially available feeds. However, their composition and standard by and large throughout the year may not remain same due to obvious reasons. Moreover, there is no mention of locally produced feed particularly in the north eastern part of India. The major objective of this study was to prepare mesh feed E1 with the available ingredients as well as their effect were compared with that of the two commercially available feed Amrit and Godrej (E2 and E3) in terms of Crude protein, fats and element composition. The findings showed that the protein content (240 g/kg) and fats (105 g/kg) in the breast muscle of female was higher in the E3 received against the broiler chicken received local feed. Element analysis of the E1, E2 and E3 depicted significantly higher value of Ca, K, Cu Zn and Se against the commercial feed. Other elements like Mg, Na, Fe, P, and Mn showed no variation while compared E1, E2 and E3 together. Thus the present findings suggest that the local feed E1 could be accepted at per with that of the commercial feed for poultry.
indices of the six binary mixtures between N-Butyl bromide with Aniline,
Benzene, Xylene, Carbon tetrachloride, n-Heptane and Toluene for the entire
concentration range have been measured at 303.15 K. Furthermore, deviation in refractive indices from ideal mixture,
molar refraction, deviation in molar refraction from ideal values for these
mixtures has also been evaluated. The results are discussed in term of
molecular interactions between the components of the binary mixtures.