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A Possible Realization of Chlorophyll Lase  [PDF]
Mitali Konwar, G. D. Baruah
Optics and Photonics Journal (OPJ) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/opj.2013.38060

The present work is concerned with a description of strong fluorescence from a sample of Alocasia culcullata schot (local name Kolia kasu) and possible realization of chlorophyll laser. The red florescence is most prominent when excited with broad band source like 30 mW green or blue solid state laser, but the acetone extract of plant leaves Allocasa cullcuta schot unusually exhibits the strong intensity in the red sector of the spectrum. A dark room can be easily illuminated with this red radiation. We have used this fact to explore a possible realization of chlorophyll laser which would be a natural environmental phenomenon.

International Journal for Basic Sciences and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: To study the effect of magnetic field of blood flow through stenosed vessels, a numerical model has been developed. The blood is assumed to be an incompressible Newtonian fluid. The effect of slip at the boundary in presence of transverse magnetic field, momentum and energy integral equation is used. The problem under investigation is solved numerically using Shooting method. It is assumed that when the Hartmann number increases the fluid velocity and the wall shear stress is greatly affected. It is observed that the centerline velocity U decreases with increasing Reynolds number at M=1.5. The nature of U is also same with no slip. Moreover, the centerline velocity U increases when the Hartmann number increases with slip at Re=50 and in no slip case. On the other hand, it is seen that when Hartmann number increases, the axial velocity (v) decreases in both with slip and in no slip condition. In contrast, the axial velocity increases when Reynolds number increases with slip. Similar phenomena observed in no slip also.
Leveraging Stress Level
Oeconomics of Knowledge , 2011,
Abstract: Stress is a costly business expense that affects both employee health and company profits. At the backdrop of this, the present research study is an attempt to explore and analysis the findings of the research studies which have been concluded in resolving and managing conflict arising through variances in stress level at the organizational hierarchy.
Managing Organizational Conflict
Oeconomics of Knowledge , 2010,
Abstract: The concept of conflict, being an outcome of behaviours, is an integral part of human life. Wherever there is a difference of opinion there are chances of conflict. Managing conflict effectively demands multifarious professional abilities and acumen. To resolve and manage conflict, the organisations must understand the causes, theories, approaches and strategies of conflict management. Conflict and stress are interlinked as they are dependent on each other. It is a psychological phenomenon that requires a high level of attention and thorough understanding. It appears that there is a very little margin to remain unaffected from the clutches of stress in contemporary time.
Validating Global Competency Scale for Indian Business and Management Education
Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2013,
Abstract: When the organizations started to expand their business across the globe, with the opening up of markets, the issues of international management strategies and competencies of international mangers got more and more attention. Researchers along with the business houses started their quest for identifying, defining and framing a set of competencies necessary for a successful international manager. In this process throughout the years a number of models and construct have been developed to address the issue of competencies required for globalized management era. In the context of management educations the issues global competency development is yet in the stage of infancy, developing very sluggishly, un-professionally and irrelevantly. Considering the state of pseudo showcasing the global competency development practices in the Bschools in India, the authors attempted to develop a scale for facilitating assessment among the students of b-schools for Indian educational set-up. The present attempt has identified the variables from various models and constructs and checked the validity and reliability of the scale proposed.
Competency Based Curriculum in Higher Education: A Necessity Grounded by Globalization
Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2011,
Abstract: Ever demanding forces of globalisation have introduced new discourses into curriculum planning in the higher education. In order to sustain in the knowledge based economy and to deal with demand in job market, incorporation of competency based curriculum is emerging as a necessity in higher education sector. In order to develop competency based curriculum in higher education, determination of competencies for each discipline and subsequent development of means of measurement and performance assessment is a must. There are competency based models developed for specific discipline through intense research can serve as a guiding tool for this purpose. In this backdrop the present paper tries to draw an attention to the importance of competency based curriculum and its pros and cons.
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Sales promotion is the important aspect of any industrial or other consumer goods to survive and be in the better position than its competitor. Asale is the heart of the enterprise. Most of the times customer is silent or dominant, there is a need to create awareness of the product in the market. This necessity on the part of top undertakes selling and promotion efforts. Sales promotion is the effective part of the sale. The promotion is always designed in keeping in mind in the shortest route to market and close to the customer, which helps the organization to improve sales. The study on Effectiveness of sales promotion was selected keeping in mind the present condition of the market i.e. increases in competition and recession in the economy. Both the factors have adversely affected resulting into a slow selling activity of all the companies in Sangli. To understand how Star Oil face their challenges and plan their strategies under this situation, the study was undertaken.
Impairment Of Cardiovascular Functions By Mercury Intoxication
Mitali ,M.Fahim
Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences , 2009,
Analysis of Pulsatile Flow of Blood in a Porous Channel under Effect of Magnetic Field
Mitali Sarma,Dusmanta Kumar Sut
International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: To study the effect of magnetic field on pulsatile flow of blood in a porous channel a numerical model has been developed. An approximate solution is presented to the problem of pulsatile flow of blood in a porous channel in presence of transverse magnetic field. The blood is assumed to be an incompressible non Newtonian fluid. To reduce the equation of motion to an ordinary differential equation, a dimensionless variable is used. Numerical results were obtained for different values of the magnetic parameter, frequency parameter and Reynolds number. It is observed that when the Hartmann number increases, the fluid velocity as well as magnitude as well as magnitude of mass flux decrease.
Feasibility Study of Fenton Method for the Treatment of Dyeing and Printing Mill Wastewater
Megha N. Patel,Mitali Shah
International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Textile industry is one of the most important and rapidly developing industrial sectors. It has a high importance in terms of its environmental impact, as it consumed high amount of processed water and produce highly polluted discharge water in large amount. Dying and printing mills comprises various operations include desizing, scouring, washing, finishing etc so they produces large amount of polluted effluent having high chemical Oxygen Demand. Advanced oxidation processes have emerged as a technology to accelerate the oxidation by generating hydroxyl radicals. Fenton treatment is one of the most attractive methods for the treatment of textile effluent. The use of Fenton’s reagent for the degradation of organic matter present in dying and printing mill’s effluent has been studied. The characteristics of the wastewater were checked. Experiments were carried out at a laboratory scale at different dosage to find out the optimum dosage of FeSO4 and H2O2.The optimum condition and efficiency were determined. Effect of the process parameter (dosage of FeSO4 and H2O2) has been checked. Highest efficiency of COD (74.24%) & BOD (72.41%) were achieved.
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