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Study on Development in Engineering Properties of Dense Grade Bituminous Mixes with Coal Ash by Using Natural Fiber


Scope of the study

This experimental study has done to enable the most appropriate use of coal ash as non-conventional aggregate along with natural fiber (Sisal fiber) as an additive by ensuring the adequate performance result in the field of fatigue, moisture susceptibility, and creep value. Again
the possible effects of fiber on bitumen mixes are also taken into consideration, and comprehensive study was done to find the optimum fiber content and fiber length that will increase the engineering property of bituminous mix.

1. The significant scope of this study is to use coal ash as a fine material in HMA mix design and thus producing a good quality and smooth surface road which may be commercially acclaimed and can with stand in any possible environment condition.

2.  Again Utilisation of non-conventional materials like coal ash and natural fibres together thus may help to find a new way of bituminous pavement construction. The coal ash dumping which is a serious concern to everyone in respect of its disposal and
environmental pollution can find one way for its reuse in an economical way by substituting natural resources of sand and stone dust.

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Biological Control Activities of Rice-Associated Bacillus sp. Strains against Sheath Blight and Bacterial Panicle Blight of Rice

Potential biological control agents for two major rice diseases, sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight, were isolated from rice plants in this study. Rice-associated bacteria (RABs) isolated from rice plants grown in the field were tested for their antagonistic activities against the rice pathogens, Rhizoctonia solani and Burkholderia glumae, which cause sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight, respectively. Twenty-nine RABs were initially screened based on their antagonistic activities against both R. solani and B. glumae. In follow-up retests, 26 RABs of the 29 RABs were confirmed to have antimicrobial activities, but the rest three RABs did not reproduce any observable antagonistic activity against R. solani or B. glumae.

This is Plant Pathology project work and study suggests that Bacillus-type bacteria are predominant in rice plants as antagonists against pathogens. Bacillus spp. have been predominantly used to control various crop diseases. Recent examples include citrus canker caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri , bacterial wilt and late blight in tomato caused by Ralstonia solanacearum and Phytophthora infestans, respectively, bacterial blight in rice caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae, and wheat root rot caused by Fusarium graminearum.

Specifically, majority of the antagonistic RABs in this study (12 out of 26 RABs) appeared to be B. amyloliquefaciens based on the nucleotide sequences of 16S rDNA and gyrB, even though this identification is still inconclusive due to the closer similarity of their recA sequences to B. subtilis. Strains of B. amyloliquefaciens have been reported as a good biological control agent for other crop diseases, including bacterial wilt and powdery mildew of tomato, stem rot of canola, bacterial wilt of peanut, ring rot of apple, and bacterial soft rots of vegetables.

Authors: Bishnu K. Shrestha, Hari Sharan Karki, Donald E. Groth, Nootjarin Jungkhun, Jong Hyun Ham

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Photonic Band Gap Materials for Non-Linear Optical Applications

Abstract:  Photonic crystals are the recent buzz topic in the research field. These crystals possess varied properties which make them highly vital in the optical industry. By the introduction of a line defect in the linear photonic crystal would create localisation of photons in the crystal. The localisation of photons in the crystal would immensely increase the electric field thereby creating a nonlinearity in the crystal which enhances its functionalities.

Author: Ekta Patil, Gopika K

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Computer Science , IT & MCA Projects / Project on Online National Polling
« Last post by FYP on July 16, 2017, 06:07:34 PM »
Project on Online National Polling


The aim of the project is to create and manage polling and election details like general user details, nominated users, election and result details efficiently.

Existing System

•   It is a manual system.
•   Complexity in Management of Polling Station.
•   The existing system may not provide security to Polling Station.
•   Maintain nominee, filed officers, user details is risky tasks.
•   This system is not providing secure registration and profile management of all the users properly.

Proposed System

The development of this new system contains the following activities, which try to automate the entire process keeping in the view of database integration approach.
•   Automates information related to polling stations.
•   Avoid mismanagement (verify users profiles, accept, reject users).
•   We can maintain all type of users details properly.
•   Rich user interface.

Number of Modules

1.   Commissioner and Field Officers Modules
2.   Users Registration Modules
3.   Constituency and  Zone Modules
4.   Party and Nominations Modules
5.   Election and result Modules

Modules Description

1.   Commissioner and Field Officers Modules:

In this module, the role of commissioner is to maintain the field officers and take responsibility of users request to make forward to  Field Officers and he has privileges to accept or reject the nominees requests who can participate in the election.
2.    Users Registration Modules:
This module a general user is willing to participate in voting then first he has to make a request to the commissioner by filling the registration form. After getting the permissions he will get a username, password, using that username, password he/she attends in the election.
3.   Constituency and  Zone Modules
In this specified module the commissioner is enter the details of each constituency and zone details. The total area is divided into zones and each zone contains many constituencies to select the nominated persons.
4.   Party and Nominations Modules
In this election, the members/nominees whose participating in an election may belong to a particular party and each party contain its own party symbol, agenda/manifesto and campaigns. The persons (nominated)  who participating in election may belongs to party.

5. Election and result Modules
In this module nominated peoples are participating in the election and based on the users who participate in polling the nominated person will be elected.

Users of System
A.   Commissioner
B.   Filed Officer
C.   Nominee
D.   User
E.   Normal Users

Software Requirements

Operating System      :      Windows XP/2003 or Linux
User Interface         :      HTML, CSS
Client-side Scripting      :      JavaScript
Programming Language      :      Java
Web Applications         :      JDBC, Servlets, JSP
IDE/Workbench         :      My Eclipse 6.0
Database            :      Oracle 10g
Server Deployment      :      Tomcat 5.x

Hardware Requirements
Processor            :      Pentium IV
Hard Disk            :      40GB
RAM               :      512MB or more
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Electrical Project Report On Variable Voltage Variable Frequency Drive

Our varying industrial needs demand more precise control of the outputs of our basic electrical prime movers i.e, THE MOTORS. Basically dc motors are easy to control compared to their ac counter parts, but they have their own limitations with increase in capacity. Conversely ac motors in particular squirrel cage induction motors are very economical but their speed control is comparatively difficult because it requires alteration of supply frequencies.

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