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Exploring Methods of Replacement of Concrete Road in Two Days
Deepak Sundrani,Yusuf Inamdar
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: In India, repairing / replacing of concrete road takesweeks, sometimes months and sometimes years. At many placesBitumen roads are preferred because they can be repaired veryfast. However in some South East Asian Asian countries, cityroads made of concrete, are replaced in two days. In a four laneroad, two lanes are dug up on Saturday, the rubble is transportedaway and fresh ready mixed concrete is poured on Sunday and onMonday the traffic commences as usual on the new concrete road.Thus on the two days when traffic is thin because of offices havingholidays is utilized to replace the concrete road. On next Saturdayand Sunday, the process is repeated for the balance part of theconcrete road. Time saving is the biggest benefit. The troublecaused to innumerable city persons travelling can be drasticallycut. If we can calculate the benefit of this, then the benefit costratio will be much more than one.The paper attempts to explorethe various possible methods of replacing a concrete road in twodays.
Health Status of Rural Girls
Madhuri inamdar, sameer inamdar, n. L. Sachdeva
National Journal of Community Medicine , 2011,
Abstract: Background- In most of the developing countries, the girl child is ill fed and undernourished. 1 Quite often the root cause of malnutrition among girls is not so much the lack of food as the lack of access to food. Thus undernourished girls who grow into undernourished women perpetuate the intergenerational undernourishment cycle.2 Aims and objectives- 1- To assess the health status of female child, 2- To compare the health status of female child with that of male child and to determine if gender discrimination exists. Material and Methods- Sixteen villages were selected by stratified sampling. Altogether 470 household were selected by systematic sampling method. Only those households which had at least one male and one female child ( 0-14 Yrs.) were included in the study. Observations- 44.63% of girls below 5 years of age were found to be malnourished in comparison to 15% of boys in the same age group ( P< 0.001). The percentage of stunted male children ( 6-14Yrs.) was 14.78 while that of female children was 33.89. ( P< 0.001). While 3/4th of the boys received complete treatment, it was only 2/3rd in case of girls. Conclusion- Malnutrition was pronounced in girls as compared to boys.
Temporally Adaptive, Partially Unsupervised Classifiers for Remote Sensing Images
Inamdar Shilpa,Chaudhuri Subhasis
IETE Technical Review , 2007,
Abstract: Remote sensing is being increasingly used over the last few decades as a powerful tool for monitoring, study and analysis of the surface of the earth as well as the atmosphere. In this paper we shall consider temporally adaptive pattern recognition techniques for land-cover classification in multitemporal and multispectral remote sensing images. The technique comprises of pre-processing using global and classwise probability density function (PDF) matching for temporally adapting the statistics before classification. We focus on the utility of these techniques in generating improved partially unsupervised land-cover classifiers and their comparative study.
Serious cutaneous adverse drug reactions: Pathomechanisms and their implications to treatment
Inamdar A,Palit A
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2003,
Abstract: Severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions pose diagnostic and therapeutic challenges to the medical community. Understanding the pathomechanisms can prevent their onset and improve their management, while timely and judicious intervention can reduce their mortality.
Koebner phenomenon in PLEVA
Inamdar A,Palit A
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2003,
Abstract: Koebner phenomenon has been described in relation to many immunological, inflammatory and infectious dermatoses since the time of its first description. We report a man with pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta showing Koebner phenomenon.
An overview of Issues regarding Implementation ofContinuous Comprehensive Evaluation for the subject of Sanskrit
Dr. Vivek G. Inamdar
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The pattern of evaluation at school level is being changed now. Generally it is found that the student does not pay attention towards his study in whole academic year. He becomes alert towards his study at the time of exam only. Hence the conventional method of evaluationhas not provision to evaluate student's achievement in the matter of Skill-Development. Such type of evaluation is providing only the examination of recitation only. To solve these types of issues the education system is going to adopt Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation.
Inamdar Arun,Nagalotimath S
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1994,
Abstract: A 20 year female with botryomycosis is reported. Good response to antibiotics and surgical resection is observed.
Acquired ichthyosis associated with b cell lymphoma
Patil Sanjay,Inamdar Arun
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1993,
CifrarFS – Encrypted File System Using FUSE
Anagha Kulkarni,Vandana Inamdar
International Journal of Computer Science and Security , 2009,
Abstract: This paper describes a file system that enables transparent encryption and decryption of files by using advanced, standard cryptographic algorithm, Data Encryption Standard (DES) [1]. Any individual, including super user, or program, that doesn't possess the appropriate passphrase for the directory which contains encrypted files cannot read the encrypted data. Encrypted files can be protected even from those who gain physical possession of the computer on which files reside [2]. ‘CifrarFS’, an encrypted file system using ‘File system in USEr space (FUSE)’ maintains all the files in a specific directory in an encrypted form and decrypts them on demand. It encodes the file name while storing but decodes it while viewed from the mount point. We propose an idea of watermark in every encrypted file that is validated before decryption and also log all the operations on ‘CifrarFS’. It is a stackable file system that operates on top of ext3. It does not need root privileges.
FRET from CdSe/ZnS Core-Shell Quantum Dots to Fluorescein 27 Dye  [PDF]
Math A. Shivkumar, Laxmi S. Inamdar, Mohammad Hussain K. Rabinal, Basavaraj G. Mulimani, Gopal M. Advi Rao, Sanjeev R. Inamdar
Open Journal of Physical Chemistry (OJPC) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpc.2013.31006

Semiconductor QDs have emerged as a novel class of fluorophore with unique photoluminescence properties, in particular, CdSe/ZnS core-shell QDs have been successfully used as biocompatible fluorescence resonance energy transfer donors. Here we report FRET between CdSe/ZnS core-shell QDs (donor) and organic dye fluorescein 27 (F27) (acceptor). The results demonstrate the occurrence of efficient energy transfer in the system and the FRET efficiency is not only influenced by the spectral overlap between the QD donor emission and acceptor absorption, it might depend on QDs surface effect also. Efforts are made to correlate quantitatively spectral dependence of FRET rate with acceptor absorption spectrum, Forster distance, transfer efficiency (E) obtained employing steady-state & time-resolved technique.

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