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PERFORMANCE COMPARISON FOR TEXT MINING METHODS: REVIEW

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/01-04

Authors: Sonali Vijay Gaikwad, Prof Archana Chaugule Swapnil Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
Due to rapid growth of digital data usages in recent database applications it is required to utilize effective text mining method for efficient performance. Text mining is research area because in many applications database content is not only in form of numerical data but also textual data form. To exploit hidden information from non-structured to semi-structured data form text mining is applicable. The challenging issue in text mining is to extract user required information in effectual manner. To perform this task text mining methods are used. Text mining methods categorization is based on how text document are analyzed. In these methods text document analyzed on the basis of term, phrase, concept and pattern. The pattern based approach can improve the accuracy of system for evaluating term weights because discovered patterns are more specific than whole documents..

WEB FORUM CRAWLING: A REVIEW

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/05-08

  Authors: Namrata H.S. Bamrah, Prof. B.S. Satpute, Swapnil Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
The web contains large data and it contains innumerable websites that is monitored by a tool or a program known as Crawler. It is very difficult to retrieve relevant information from the web. The main goal of this paper is to focus on the web forum crawling methods. In this paper, the various methods of web forum crawler are discussed. The paper also gives the overview of web forums.

ACTIVITY BASED COSTING IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/09-14

Authors: Abhishek C Ayachit, P.M. Attarde, Swapnil Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
There are so many approaches have been used for repetitive construction projects towards optimizing time and cost. In this project we have implemented a proposed theoretical model for effective utilization of Activity Based Costing to get optimum duration and cost. Generally critical path method is used for repetitive type of construction but in this project we use activity based costing grant chart to find the duration of project. The goal of any construction project is to complete the project within the estimated time and with minimum cost. The delay in a construction projects affects both owner and contractor. The main goal of this study is to find out the optimum duration for the completion of project. In this project the data is collected from the housing construction project. The expected time for the completion of project is finding out by using the grant chart and by software. The collected data is analyzed and find out the optimum duration and cost. The outcomes of the project will be shown that there still have rooms for construction process improvements with the application of Activity Based Costing.

ANALYSIS OF LEAF SPRINGS IN LIGHT AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES BY EXPERIMENTAL AND FINITE ELEMENT APPROACH

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/15-16

  Authors: S.W.Burande, G.R.Chavhan, Dr. L.P.Dhole

ABSTRACT
The work investigated leaf spring of a commercial vehicle Tata Sumo. The study was targeted for static and dynamic behaviors of steel and composite multi-leaf spring using CAE tool (ANSYS V12). The dimensions of an existing conventional leaf spring of Tata Sumo vehicle were used. The same dimensions were used to design composite multi-leaf spring form the composite material. Work was aimed to carry out computer aided design and analysis of a conventional leaf spring and validate the results by experimental method. SUP 9 (AISI) material leaf spring was taken for study. The design constraints were bending stresses and deflection. Compared to the steel leaf spring, composite material multi-leaf spring has shown much lower bending stresses and deflections.

RISK IN FAST TRACK CONSTRUCTION

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/17-20

  Authors: Vikas Pawar, Prof. P.M. Attarde, Abhishek C Ayachit, Swapnil Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
Construction projects are increasingly growing in value and complexity. Most of them are innovative resulting into inclusion of a high level of risk and uncertainty. The management of risks within these projects remains a major factor in their success or failure. Risk management involves identifying risks, assessing them and then developing strategies to manage them. Risks can be assessed qualitatively and quantitatively. The study emphasizes the identification and assessment of various risks in case of fast track projects. The evaluation of risks can help in prioritizing risks for effective risk management and successful completion of a project.

USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS FOR DETERMINING FATIGUE LIFE OF CONNECTING ROD AS USED IN A MOTOR-BIKE

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/21-23

  Authors: Aniket B. Phatangare, Prof. M.S. Mhaske, Prof. S.B.Belkar, Swapnil Kulkarni

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DESIGN, FLOW SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF PLASTIC INJECTION MOLD FOR TRIM PLATE

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/24-26

  Authors: Rahul Rameshlal Jaiswal, Prof. Amol N. Patil, Swapnil S. Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
Molding Industry for polymer is posed with challenges for Design and Processing for `Plastics’. The work shall discuss, analyze, formulate, design and recommend solution in this domain. This would be particularly pursued through the effort over Mold Design for a Component for its soon-to-launched product or sub-assembly. Since the Sponsoring Company deals with automotive customers, this study is expected to offer complexity while working on the design parameters of the mold. For analytical study of the `flow’ and the `thermal’ characteristics during processing shall be assessed using CAE solver like Moldex or MoldFlow. The geometry for the Mold shall be addressed using CATIA or Unigraphics. The significant design factors like Type of Gate, Location, Number of gates or number cavities, type of runner system, etc shall be evaluated during the Design phase. The refinement in Mold Design is sought through this Analytical phase of study. Validation is planned through physical experimentation at the Sponsoring Company.

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF PLASTIC INJECTION MOLD FOR AUTO COMPONENT

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/27-30

  Authors: Pravin Popatrao Shinde, S. S. Patil, Swapnil S. Kulkarni

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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF DIE FOR MANUFACTURING A PUMP IMPELLER IN COOLING SYSTEM OF TWO WHEELER

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/31-33

  Authors: Rahul Popat Suryavanshi, D. P. Patil, Swapnil S. Kulkarni

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MASS REDUCTION FOR STEERING KNUCKLE ARM IN A SUSPENSION SYSTEM THROUGH TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION IN CAE

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/34-35

  Authors: Kamlesh Lalasaheb Chavan, Sanjay Deodas, Swapnil Shashikant Kulkarni

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EVALUATING THE SHEAR STRENGTH OF A HYBRID JOINT-ADHESIVE A RIVET FOR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/36-38

  Authors: V. K. Khemnar, Prof. S. B. Belkar, Prof. M. S. Mhaske, Swapnil S. Kulkarni

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND EMISSION REDUCTION TEST OF BIO DIESEL BY USING SCR FOR DI DIESEL ENGINE

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/39-42

  Authors:M. Varathavijayan, Prasanth.B.Chandran

ABSTRACT
Diesel engines are widely used in many areas like automobiles, locomotive marine engines power generations etc., due to its high power output and thermal efficiency. Even though the diesel engines give more benefits, the human discomforts caused by the pollutant emission of these engines have to be considered. The major pollutant emissions of the diesel engines are particulate matters, smoke and the oxides of nitrogen (NOx). Out of these pollutant emissions, the oxides of nitrogen are considered as the most harmful pollutants to the human health. Emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) contribute seriously to air pollution, which is a major environmental problem of NOx react with moisture in the air to form nitric acid, contributing to soil and water acidification in sensitive areas. In the after treatment method, urea solution is sprayed in the exhaust stream which is at a temperature of 300 C to 450C. At this high temperature of exhaust gas, the urea starts to decompose and form ammonia. The ammonia acts as reduction against and converts the oxides of nitrogen (NO and NO2) into free nitrogen (N2) and water vapour (H2O). There are many techniques being tried to control NOx emission from diesel engine. In this project, the emissions controlled by after treatment of exhaust gases. The selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NOx is a promising technology for NOx reduction. .

PERFORMING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS FOR ADHESIVE JOINT FOR BRAKE SHOE OF AN AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM WHILE EVALUATING ITS DESIGN

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/43-45

Authors:K.H. Bhusal, Prof. S.R. Nimbalkar, Prof. S. B. Belkar, Swapnil Kulkarni

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GREY-BASED TAGUCHI METHOD FOR OPTIMIZATION OF HEAT AFFECTED ZONE IN FLUX CORED ARC BEAD ON PLATE WELDING

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/46-53

  Authors:P, Sreeraj, T, Kannan, Subhasis Maji

ABSTRACT
Selection of appropriate values for process variable is necessary to control heat affected zone (HAZ) in Flux cored arc welding (FCAW). In this study mathematical models were developed to study the effects of process variables in various metallurgical aspects such as width of HAZ, and bead geometry such as penetration, reinforcement and bead width. Grey-based Taguchi method is used in this study. Taguchi’s L16 orthogonal array (OA) design and signal- to- noise ratio (S/N ratio) have been used in this study. Penetration (P), bead width (W), reinforcement (R) and heat affected zone (HAZ) are selected as objective functions. The Taguchi method followed by Grey relational analysis has been applied to solve this multi response optimization problem. The developed models have checked for adequacy and significance based on ANOVA test. Accuracy of optimization was confirmed by conducting confirmation tests. Results indicate feasibility of Grey relational analysis in continuous improvement in welding industry.

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS TO SIMULATE STRESSES IN A TVS MOTORCYCLE CHAIN LINK FOR 220CC/250CC TO EVALUATE STRENGTH

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/54-56

  Authors:Pisal Nikhil Shankarrao, Prof.V.J.Khot, Swapnil Shashikant Kulkarni

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ASSESSING THE DESIGN OF CRANKSHAFT WHILE PREDICTING FATIGUE LIFE USING FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING FOR A POPULAR TWO WHEELER

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/57-59

  Authors:Vaibhav V. Dighe, Prof. S.R.Nimbalkar, Prof.S.B.Belkar, Swapnil Kulkarni

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DESIGN OPTIMIZATION FOR FRONT LOADER TOOTH OF EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/60-62

  Authors:Atul Sambhaji Jadhav, Prof. A.P. Shrotri, Swapnil Kulkarni

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FATIGUE FAILURE ANALYSIS & VALIDATION OF MONO LEAF SPRING DESIGN

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/63-65

  Authors:Ajinkya Mahadev Mahajan, A. P. Shrotri, Swapnil Kulkarni

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PERFORMING STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS FOR ASSESSMENT OF STRENGTH FOR THE JOINT OF ‘TRANSMISSION DRIVE SHAFT’ USING F.E.MODELLING TECHNIQUES

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/66-68

  Authors:Avinash Bhimashankar Gavasane, Prof. Ramgir M.S., Swapnil Sashikant Kulkarni

ABSTRACT
The power transmission system of an automobile consist several components which sometimes encounter unfortunate failures. A universal jointis one of the most important parts of driveshaft. It is a structural element to connect rotating shafts that might allow for axial misalignment. These universal joints are always subjected to Torsion and Shear. In this study, failure analysis of a universal joint yoke is carried out by using Finite Element Methodology. The process of validation is sought through the physical Experimentation. The results of Experimental work shall be compared for results with the numerical methodology and vice-versa. The concurrence of the results shall offer validation for this thesis work.

PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF DIESEL ENGINE USING VEGETABLE OILS AND ITS BLENDS WITH DIESEL FUEL

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/69-72

  Authors:Rahul Patel, Kshitiz k. Jain, Satyam Sharma, Saurabh Barange

ABSTRACT
Recent studies have shown that vegetable oil can be a high potential component for production of biodiesel. Due to economic, environmental and social factors, biodiesel is becoming the foremost alternative to conventional petro-diesel fuel options. The objective of this article is to study the engine performance and emission result of biodiesel produced from various vegetable oils like jatropha oil, mahua oil, cottonseed oil, linseed oil, kusum oil, etc. Viscosity of vegetable oil is high as compared to conventional diesel fuel which causes some problems. To solve the problem of high viscosity, various methods and techniques are used. Fuel blending is one of the techniques which solve this problem. Different vegetable oils are blended with diesel fuel in constant speed single cylinder engine and showing its effect on performance and emission characteristics of diesel engine. The vegetable oil is blended in varying proportions like 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% with diesel fuel in CI engine and the most preferable combination of the blend for diesel engine is determined

RAINFALL-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIPS USING CURVE NUMBER METHOD: A CASE STUDY

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/73-77

  Authors:P.N.Tandon1 P.T. Nimbalkar2

ABSTRACT
The rainfall runoff is one of the most frequently used events in hydrology. Numerous methods have been developed by different researchers to simulate the rainfall runoff process. Firstly, a relationship between direct runoff and the mean a real rainfall was developed and validated using statistical model. Understanding the basic relationships between rainfall, runoff and soil loss are studied for effective management and utilization of water resources and soil conservation planning. Curve Number (CN) method is also a widely used method for estimating infiltration characteristics of the watershed, based on the land use property and soil property.
In this paper, five methods of rainfall runoff relationship has been studied for the Morbe dam catchment watershed apart from which suggested to use curve number method or Inglis method by changing factor used. The rainfall and runoff data ranging from year 1958 to 2011 had been utilized for detail analysis. This study investigated the response of stream flow to rainfall on gauged, small watersheds of the Morbe dam watershed project using methods to estimate runoff. Even calibrated curve numbers contain large uncertainties, thus requiring statistical proof that estimated runoff adequately agrees with observations. Estimation of the runoff is required in order to determine and forecast its effects.

DEVELOPING CLOTH BATTERY FROM LOW COST MATERIALS

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/78-80

  Authors:Pandharipande Shekhar, Shinde Tukaram*

ABSTRACT
There is rapid increase in research activities related to the development of different types of batteries for good performance with low cost, multi functionality, versatility, flexibility, and disposability. The present work explores the possibility of development of cloth battery. The reason behind choosing cloth is in its cellulosic structure having large surface area and strength. It investigates combinations of anode and cathode materials such as copper & carbon based emulsion &enamel paints, activated carbon, carbon and aluminum foil. Batteries having different combinations of these cathode materials and aluminum as anode with dilute acetic acid solution as electrolyte are developed. The performance of the batteries is evaluated based on the measurement of open circuit voltage which obtained between 0.1 to 0.97 volts. A typical battery consisting of carbon enamel paint added with carbon powder that is coated on one face of cloth sheet and aluminum foil as anode, yielded 0.97 volts where as two such a cell in series resulted in 1.7 volts. It can be said that the present work is successfully demonstrating the use of low cost easily available commercial materials in development of batteries. However it is preliminary investigation & there is need for exploring further various aspects that govern the performance of batteries.

OPTIMIZATION OF BASE FRAME OF MULTISTAGE PUMP FOR SHAFT DEFLECTION AS PER API STANDARDS

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/81-82

  Authors:Mayuri Maruti Choundikar, Prof. V. J. Khot, Prof. P. P. Malage

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DUST EXPLOSION VENT AREAS FOR INDUSTRIAL UNITS ACCORDING TO VARIOUS METHODS

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/83-92

Authors:Manju Mittal*

ABSTRACT
Dust explosion hazard exists in industries handling combustible dusts. Explosion relief venting is the most economic and simple safety measure used to mitigate destructive effects of dust explosion. The dust explosion venting correlations and models in various explosions vent sizing approaches and standards and scientific basis used for their validation for various types of industrial units and comparative analysis of explosion vent areas according to these methods have been presented. Software “VENDUST” developed at CSIR-CBRI which gives analytical description and correlations for important methods for dust explosion vent sizing has been used to predict the venting areas. None of the method is successful in sizing the venting area for various sizes of units adequately. However, the sizes of vent areas can be determined following recommendations in Standards (VDI 3673, 2002; EN 14491, 2006, 2012 and NFPA 68, 2007) which are commonly used in Europe and North America, with certain precautions. Recommendations on requirements of safety to be taken in adoption of current standards for prediction of vent size for various units have been given. .

USE OF MAGNETIC WATER FOR MIXING AND CURING OF CONCRETE

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/93-95

  Authors:B. Siva Konda Reddy, Dr.Vaishali G Ghorpade, Dr.H.Sudarsana Rao

ABSTRACT
Concrete is the most widely used man-made building material on the planet. The reaction of OPC with water results in hydration products, which glue the reacting cement particles together to form a hardened cement paste. When cement & water are mixed with sand and coarse aggregate the resulting product is called concrete. Till now potable water is used for mixing different ingredients of concrete. This paper finds new method of using this potable water by magnetizing which can be used in mixing and curing of concrete. Strength tests conducted on this magnetic water concrete (MWC) showed encouraging results and one can easily replace normal water with magnetic water for mixing and curing of concrete.

DISCUSIION OF BEHAVIOURAL FOR BOLT-FLANGE JOINT

 

IJAERS/Vol. IV/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2014/96-98

  Authors:Dhiraj Kumar Balasaheb Patil, Rajesh Raosaheb Borse

ABSTRACT