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Pages: 1 – 11 A.Arunagiri, Suresh K,   B.Venkatesh,  R.Ramesh Kumar and Mustajab Ahmed Khan Abstract: Radial Distribution Systems (RDS) require special load flow methods to solve power flow equations owing to their high R/X ratio. Increasing use of power electronic devices and effect of magnetic saturation cause harmonics in RDS. This paper reports a multi-layer feed

Pages: 12 – 25 Tee Tiong Tay and Kiong Wong Abstract: This paper discusses the completed work in designing a master-slave haptic gripper system aiming to recreate the relative hardness feeling of different real test objects at the slave gripper to the user at the master gripper. The main contribution of this paper is to prove

Pages: 26 – 42 Rahim K.  Jassim, Galal M.  Zaki and Majed M.  Alhazmy Abstract: Gas turbine (GT) power plants operating in arid climates suffer a decrease in output power during the hot summer months because of insufficient cooling. Cooling the air intake to the compressor has been widely used to mitigate this shortcoming. An energy

Pages: 43 – 51 Nadim A. Emira Abstract: The present study is concerned with evaluating the pin-on-disk test rig usage and the measurements conducted to recognize the occurrence of the stick-slip phenomenon. The test rig consists of two separate blocks to ensure that the vibration of the elastic disk and emitted noise are completely adverted

Pages: 52 – 58 Gamal Hafez Abstract: An interpolation procedure for unsteady inviscid flow (i.e. Euler) solvers is developed. The proposed linear interpolation is first order accurate in time (Dt). The flow properties at each non-mesh point are interpolated in a physical manner as a summation of the values at its surrounding eight mesh points

Pages: 59- 67 Krishna Prasad Rajan, N. R. Veena,  Preeti Singh and G. B. Nando Abstract: Blending of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) with poly dimethyl siloxane rubber (PDMS) is an attractive approach, where one can combine the strength, toughness and biocompatibility of TPU with flexibility, inertness, high temperature resistance, low temperature flexibility and biocompatibility of PDMS. But

Pages: 68 – 74 Chand Pasha and B. Narayana Abstract: A facile spectrophotometric method for the determination of mosapride is described.  This method is based on the reaction of mosapride with nitrite in acid medium to form diazonium ion, which is coupled with acetylacetone or ethyl acetoacetate in basic medium to form azo dyes, which shows

Pages: 75 – 86 N. El – Qada’ and N. M. Haimour Abstract: The main aim of this paper is to investigate the ability of hollow fiber ultrafiltration membrane of MWCO of 5 KD made of polysulfone to remove reactive dyes from wastewater.  Two reactive dyes, violet 5R and C.I red 222.1, were studied under

TITLE: INFLUENCE OF THE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS ON THE REMOVAL OF DYES FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS USING ULTRAFILTRATION

TITLE A SIMPLE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF MOSAPRIDE BY DIAZOTIZATION METHOD AUTHORS: CHAND PASHA B. NARAYANA

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