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Transverse vibration of spinning disk with attached distributed patch and discrete point masses using finite element analysis
V Ranjan, MK Ghosh
International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology , 2009,
Abstract: Free and forced transverse vibration characteristics of a thin spinning disc attached to a rigid core have been investigated by finite element analysis using ANSYS software. The effect of discrete point masses and patches of distributed masses attached at the periphery of the plate on free and forced vibration behavior of a spinning disc has been investigated. Discrete point masses and distributed patch masses have been placed at higher strain regions to look into its influence on the natural frequencies, mode shapes and response of the plate to external excitation. Results for eight and sixteen point masses and patches on the vibration characteristics have been compared. It has been observed that discrete patches and point masses have significant influence on the modal frequencies and these can also act as dynamic vibration absorbers in reducing vibration of a spinning disc. It has also been shown that discrete patches of piezoelectric patches can also be used to actively control vibration of the spinning disc.
Chromoelectric response functions for quark-gluon plasma
Ranjan, Akhilesh;Ravishankar, V.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007,
Abstract: We determine the chromoelectric response of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) systematically within the framework of classical transport equations. The transport equations are set up in the phase space which includes the SU(3) group space corresponding to color (which is a dynamical degree of freedom), in addition to the position - momentum variables. The distribution functions are defined by projecting the density operators for the quarks and the gluons to their respective coherent states (defined over the extended phase space). The full import of the Yang-Mills(YM) dynamics is shown to manifest through the emergence of an intrinsic nonlinear, nonlocal response, whose behavior we determine in the long wavelength limit. It also manifests as a tensor response which is a characteristic of gluons. The response functions are shown to have a natural interpretation in terms of the renormalizations of the Abelian and the non-Abelian coupling constants. A detailed analysis of the screening of heavy quark potential and of the exact role played by the Debye mass screening in the case of the Cornell potential, is performed. We also discuss the non-Abelian contribution to Landau damping in QGP.
Chromoelectric response functions for quark-gluon plasma
Akhilesh Ranjan,V. Ravishankar
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: We determine the chromoelectric response of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) systematically within the framework of classical transport equations. The transport equations are set up in the phase space which includes the SU(3) group space corresponding to color (which is a dynamical degree of freedom), in addition to the position - momentum variables. The distribution functions are defined by projecting the density operators for the quarks and the gluons to their respective coherent states (defined over the extended phase space). The full import of the Yang-Mills(YM) dynamics is shown to manifest through the emergence of an intrinsic nonlinear, nonlocal response, whose behavior we determine in the long wavelength limit. It also manifests as a tensor response which is a characteristic of gluons. The response functions are shown to have a natural interpretation in terms of the renormalizations of the Abelian and the non-Abelian coupling constants. A detailed analysis of the screening of heavy quark potential and of the exact role played by the Debye mass screening in the case of the Cornell potential, is performed. We also discuss the non-Abelian contribution to Landau damping in QGP.
Landscape of kinetically trapped binary assemblies
Ranjan V. Mannige
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: For two-component assemblies, an inherent structure diagram (ISD) is the relationship between set inter-subunit energies and the types of kinetic traps (inherent structures) one may obtain from those energies. It has recently been shown that two-component ISDs are apportioned into regions or plateaux within which inherent structures display uniform features (e.g., stoichometries and morphologies). Interestingly, structures from one of the plateaux were also found to be robust outcomes of one type of non-equilibrium growth, which indicates the usefulness of the two-component ISD in predicting outcomes of some types of far-from-equilibrium growth. However, little is known as to how the ISD is apportioned into distinct plateaux. Also, while each plateau displays classes of structures that are morphologically distinct, little is known about the source of these distinct morphologies. This article outlines an analytic treatment of the two-component ISD, and shows that the manner in which any ISD is apportioned arises from a single unitless order parameter. Additionally, the analytical framework allows for the characterization of local properties of the trapped structures within each ISD plateau. This work may prove to be useful in the design of novel classes of robust nonequilibrium assemblies.
Adaptive Power Control with Overhearing Avoidance for Wireless Sensor Networks
RAMAKRISHNAN, M.,RANJAN, V. P.
Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering , 2010, DOI: 10.4316/aece.2010.03014
Abstract: In this paper, Adaptive Power Control with Overhearing Avoidance (APC+OA) has been proposed. The proposed power control algorithm has been implemented in PICSENSE wireless sensor nodes. The energy consumption of proposed MAC has been compared with that of On Demand Transmission Power Control (ODTPC) protocol and it is shown that the Adaptive Power Control with Overhearing Avoidance gives higher energy conservation compared to ODTPC. The power level convergence towards the optimal power for APC-OA is two times faster than the ODTPC.
A Unified Approach of ECG Signal Analysis
Rajiv Ranjan,V. K. Giri
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The bio-potentials generated by the muscles of the heart result in an electrical signal called electrocardiogram (ECG). It is one of the most important physiological parameter, which is being extensively used for knowing the state of the cardiac patients. Feature extraction of ECG is most essential task in the manual and automated ECG analysis for use in instruments like ECG monitors, Holter tape recorders and scanners, ambulatory ECG recorders and analysers. Recently, artificial intelligent tools such as neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy systems, and expert systems have frequently been reported for detection and diagnostic tasks. This paper, therefore, is an attempt to review the work done by the different researchers in the area of ECG signal processing, analysis and interpretation during last five decades.
Predicting the outcome of the growth of binary solids far from equilibrium
Ranjan V. Mannige,Stephen Whitelam
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: The growth of multicomponent structures in simulations and experiments often results in kinetically trapped, nonequilibrium objects. In such cases we have no general theoretical framework for predicting the outcome of the growth process. Here we use computer simulations to study the growth of two-component structures within a simple lattice model. We show that kinetic trapping happens for many choices of growth rate and inter-component interaction energies, and that qualitatively distinct kinds of kinetic trapping are found in different regions of parameter space. In a region in which the low-energy structure is an `antiferromagnet' or `checkerboard', we show that the grown nonequilibrium structure displays a component-type stoichiometry that is different to the equilibrium one but is insensitive to growth rate and solution conditions. This robust nonequilibrium stoichiometry can be predicted via a mapping to the jammed random tiling of dimers studied by Flory, a finding that suggests a way of making defined nonequilibrium structures in experiment.
Insights from the Wikipedia Contest (IEEE Contest for Data Mining 2011)
Kalpit V Desai,Roopesh Ranjan
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: The Wikimedia Foundation has recently observed that newly joining editors on Wikipedia are increasingly failing to integrate into the Wikipedia editors' community, i.e. the community is becoming increasingly harder to penetrate. To sustain healthy growth of the community, the Wikimedia Foundation aims to quantitatively understand the factors that determine the editing behavior, and explain why most new editors become inactive soon after joining. As a step towards this broader goal, the Wikimedia foundation sponsored the ICDM (IEEE International Conference for Data Mining) contest for the year 2011. The objective for the participants was to develop models to predict the number of edits that an editor will make in future five months based on the editing history of the editor. Here we describe the approach we followed for developing predictive models towards this goal, the results that we obtained and the modeling insights that we gained from this exercise. In addition, towards the broader goal of Wikimedia Foundation, we also summarize the factors that emerged during our model building exercise as powerful predictors of future editing activity.
Periodic Table of Virus Capsids: Implications for Natural Selection and Design
Ranjan V. Mannige,Charles L. Brooks III
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0009423
Abstract: For survival, most natural viruses depend upon the existence of spherical capsids: protective shells of various sizes composed of protein subunits. So far, general evolutionary pressures shaping capsid design have remained elusive, even though an understanding of such properties may help in rationally impeding the virus life cycle and designing efficient nano-assemblies.
Preon Model and Family Replicated E_6 Unification
Das, Chitta Ranjan;Laperashvili, Larisa V.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.3842/SIGMA.2008.012
Abstract: Previously we suggested a new preon model of composite quark-leptons and bosons with the 'flipped' $E_6\times \widetilde{E_6}$ gauge symmetry group. We assumed that preons are dyons having both hyper-electric $g$ and hyper-magnetic $\tilde g$ charges, and these preons-dyons are confined by hyper-magnetic strings which are an ${\bf N}=1$ supersymmetric non-Abelian flux tubes created by the condensation of spreons near the Planck scale. In the present paper we show that the existence of the three types of strings with tensions $T_k=k T_0$ $(k = 1,2,3)$ producing three (and only three) generations of composite quark-leptons, also provides three generations of composite gauge bosons ('hyper-gluons') and, as a consequence, predicts the family replicated $[E_6]^3$ unification at the scale $\sim 10^{17}$ GeV. This group of unification has the possibility of breaking to the group of symmetry: $ [SU(3)_C]^3\times [SU(2)_L]^3\times [U(1)_Y]^3 \times [U(1)_{(B-L)}]^3$ which undergoes the breakdown to the Standard Model at lower energies. Some predictive advantages of the family replicated gauge groups of symmetry are briefly discussed.
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