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Title: DESIGN ANALYSIS OF 3- PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR USING 2D MODELLING
Author: Ajay Anand and Alka Thakur
Keyword: Induction Motor, thermal analysis, Simulation, Losses, Efficiency, flux density.
Page No: 55-55
Abstract: Induction motor is singly excited motor, which is very simple and compact. This motor is extremely rugged in construction and most reliable with low cost construction. Robustness and reliability made the squirrel-cage induction motor the most used motor in industrial and domestic applications. . Despite the emergence of new types of electric machines, the squirrel-cage induction motor remains the dominant one based on geometric dimensions. In this paper a model was developed in the 2d and 3d Maxwell program by which the transient process at the motor start-up was calculated for different features especially temperature. For detailed and accurate analysis of motor performance in faulty conditions, an accurate model for the motor in which all conditions can be considered is of extreme importance. Thermal analysis is achieved based on a precise knowledge of the test motor geometry, materials, and heat sources (losses). This work will help the induction motor designer in predicting the thermal state of induction motor when modifying the frame, without needing manufacturing and testing expensive prototype motor. In this work the model of induction motor is presented in 2d and its designing is understood with the variation of currents and various characteristics curves have been studied.Download PDF


Title: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF STEEL FIBER CHIP FOR M-25, M-30& M-35 GRADES OF CONCRETE
Author: Sorathiya Jitendra, Miss Kamni Laheriya
Keyword: Steel fiber chip, compressive strength. Split tensile strength. Slump value.
Page No: 55-63
Abstract: This paper manages the trial Investigation on fiber reinforced concrete with M-25, M-30& M-35 grade concrete in addition of steel fiber chip with different dosages. The main objective of this paper work is to improve the quality strength parameters, for example, compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength and slump test of concrete grade M-25, M-30& M-35 having different percentage of steel fiber chip (0%, 2%,4% and 6%). Compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength increases up to 6 % steel fiber chip for M-25, M-30& M-35 grade of concrete. The experimental investigation is carried out on a total no of 72 specimen of compressive strength, split tensile strength & flexural strength each. Download PDF


Title: VSCPA: A SURVEY ON VANET SECURITY, CHALLENGES, PROTOCOLS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Author: Harsh Lohiya
Keyword: VANET, Intelligent Transport System, Road Side Equipment, Security attack, MANET, Dynamic Route Planning.
Page No: 64-76
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.8.3.2020.64-76
Abstract: For the Intelligent Transport System, vehicular ad hoc network is one of the prominent network technologies which is a sub class of mobile ad hoc network. VANET provides the safety information to the driver and passenger. It also provides the communication among the vehicle and vehicle to road side equipment. It is used in enormous number of applications but it is quite different from the mobile ad hoc network (MANET) in terms of characteristics, architecture, challenges and application. This technology proves the various services such as traffic management, safety, and dynamic route planning, cost effective and scalable network but some nodes of the network may compromise from different security attack because of dynamic or scalable nature so it becomes more essential to overcome these threats using security technique first. In this paper, we address the security issues and challenges in vehicular ad hoc network. We also address the architecture, protocols, applications and security attacks in it.Download PDF


Title: COMPARISON ANALYSIS OF SLOT DESIGN OF BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR
Author: Anand Prakash, Alka Thakur
Keyword: Slot design, poles, efficiency, BLDC motor.
Page No: 77-80
Abstract: Analysis of efficient slot configuration of permanent magnet brushless DC motor for a kind of electric impact used for loading and unloading is an important feature in electrical machine design. The 2 D Simulations has been carried for analyzing the effects and performance and the results are discussed and compared with two different slot configuration for same type of input. The corresponding electrical loading, magnetic circuit details and armature winding patterns for both the integral slot and fractional slot configurations are shown in detail. Download PDF


Title: FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR T-ZAMFIRESCU MAPPING ON CONE METRIC SPACES
Author: Rajesh Kumar
Keyword: Cone Metric Space, T-Zamfirescu mapping , cone normed space .
Page No: 31-35
Abstract: In this paper, we obtain sufficient conditions for the existence of a unique fixed point of T-Zamfirescuin complete cone metric spaces and we introduce T-Manniteration and study the convergence of the se iterations for the class of T-Zamficescu operators in real Banach spaces. Download PDF


Title: EFFECT OF HERBAL MEDICINES USED TO PREPARE “INDIAN KADHA” MAY PROVED TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF COVID-19 POSITIVE CASES: A POTENTIAL HYPOTHESIS
Author: Arun Kumar*, Neha Vaish, Dr. Amit Kumar Verma
Keyword: Covid-19, Corona Virus, Kadha, Cinnamon, Giloy, Tulsi, Fresh Ginger, Black pepper, Turmeric, Mulethi
Page No: 37-42
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.9.3.2020.37-42
Abstract: Virus plays an important role in human disease and as we know that now a days humans are most frequently travelled around the world due to globalization. The prevention of such severe attcks by microb es is a critical issue for public health. Our experts are making efforts to develop antiviral therapies either in the form of vaccines or other drugs as supporting therapies. Here we are going to target Covid-19 or a Corona Virus which is Pleomorphic or spherical single stranded, enveloped RNA and covered with club shaped glycoprotein. Still we identified 4 types of corona virus such as alpha, beta, gamma and delta corona virus. Till now there is no specific vaccine or therapy developed to safe the human beings against the Covid-19. Only supportive therapy is followed by health professionals includes antipyretics, analgesics, maintenance of hydration, artificial respiration or ventilation, antiviral drugs, anti malarial drugs, steroids like dexamethasone as so on. Recently, the Ministry of AYUSH has also advised drinking decoction to increase immunity. According to Indian system of medicine, this decoction made of Crude drugs will not only protect you from COVID-19 but will also protect you from other diseases. Ministry of AYUSH and CSIR, India announced clinical trials aimed at studying the use of Ayurvedic herbs as a preventive treatment to front line workers and infected patients in a large study which is to start soon. Other medicines under study include Cinnamon, Giloy, Tulsi, Fresh Ginger, Black pepper, Fresh Turmeric, Mulethi, Ganga Jal and some other herbs like ashwagandha around 50,000 people. The results of such studies will publish very soon as anti-corona virus drugs. The use of ayurvedic medicines in some cases is also being studied for its prophylactic use and hence, has been termed as an anti-viral remedy.Download PDF


Title: STAYING AFLOAT IN CHANGING TIMES THROUGH INNOVATION IN HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Author: Savita Shastri
Keyword: Human Capital Management, Innovation, Human Resources, People Management, Knowledge Workers, Competitive Advantage
Page No: 36-45
Abstract: The business world is currently in the Fourth Industrial Revolution phase which is characterized by Disruptive Technologies and Trends such as Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality, Robotics and A rtificial Intelligence (AI). All these are changing the way we work and live our lives. This technological change is all pervasive and it is imperative for every organization to learn, adapt and apply it for better results. Digitization and Automation have become the norm and Innovation in every sphere of work is the need of the hour. Innovation is the ability of the organization to create, develop, manage and maintain knowledge. As individuals are the creators and applicators of knowledge, managing knowledge workers is of prime importance. Human Resources and Human Capital Management plays an important role as ‘Drivers of Innovation’. The shift from Human Resource Management to Human Capital Management is seen as an alignment of individual aspiration and goals with organization’s vision and goals. This paper aims at exploring and assessing the innovative concepts adopted by organizations for effective Human Capital Management. Innovations in HCM have been viewed as having positive impact on employee engagement and productivity. The paper presents a model showcasing the impact of innovative concepts in all aspects of people management and as a tool for sustained Competitive Advantage. Download PDF


Title: CUSTOMERS’ SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA
Author: Rakhi Gupta, Dr.Gajraj Singh Ahirwar
Keyword: Customers’ satisfaction, Banking services, Private & public banks, Expectations & perceptions, SERVQUAL.
Page No: 46-52
Abstract: Banking is to be considered as unadulterated budgetary assistance industry and liable for the banking improvement of an economy up to extraordinary degree. Satisfaction of customers is the crucial for holding existing customers and pulling in imminent customers to augment the degree of operational exercises in any worry. In India, Private and Public banks are rendering money related services. The Policies and Strategies of Private and Public banks are diverse that drives variety in the customers' satisfaction level. This paper attempts to quantify satisfaction level of customers of Public and Private Banks and calculates liable for variety customers' satisfaction among Private and Public banks in India. The target of the research is to get the satisfaction level, varieties in satisfaction level and reasons liable for varieties in satisfaction level or disappointment out in the public and private banks. This exploration depends on essential information’s acquired from customers of Public and Private parts banks in India. Generally speaking, Customers of Private and Public segment banks are satisfied with the exception of some effects and social elements of the banks representatives because of the approaches, methodologies for physical assets and wastefulness of the workers. In this way, there are have to consider physical assets and social components of the workers to upgrade the degree of satisfaction in Public banks.Download PDF