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Development of a Real Time Bus Arrival Time Prediction System under Indian Traffic Conditions

Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are transportation services and technologies aimed at enhancing the efficiency, safety, reliability, and eco-sustenance of transportation systems, without constructing new infrastructure. An important aspect of ITS is to advance public transportation to make it more attractive than private transport.

This report describes a study performed on one aspect of APTS, viz. bus arrival time prediction, a key field covered under the wide umbrella of ITS. This study is a part of a larger investigation and this report presents preliminary observations.

The objective of the project is to develop a bus passenger information system to efficiently provide real time bus arrival time information under Indian traffic conditions. This is a preliminary step towards field implementation of reliable APTS for Indian Public Transportation Systems.

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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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