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IJERD : Volume 13 - Issue 3

Version - 1 (March 2017)


M. H. Gulzar, A. W. Manzoor

A Ring-Shaped Region Containing All or A Specific Number of The Zeros of A Polynomial
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According to a Cauchy's classical result all the zeros of a polynomial .......
Polynomial, Region, Zeros.

[1]. Ahlfors L. V. ,Complex Analysis, 3rd edition, Mc-Grawhill.
[2]. Govil N. K., Rahman Q. I and Schmeisser G.,On the derivative of a polynomial, Illinois Math. Jour. 23, 319-329(1979).
[3]. Gulzar M. H. ,Manzoor A. W. ,A Ring-shaped Region for the Zeros of a Polynomial,Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Vol.4, No.2(March 2016), 177-182.
[4]. Marden M., Geometry of Polynomials, Mathematical Surveys Number 3, Amer. Math.. Soc. Providence, RI, (1966).
[5]. Mohammad Q. G., On the Zeros of a Polynomial, Amer. Math. Monthly, 72, 631-633 (1966).

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M. H. Gulzar, A. W. Manzoor "A Ring-Shaped Region Containing All or A Specific Number of The Zeros of A Polynomial" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0001. India
Page 01-08
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AdilJamil Zaru

Converting Any Website to Wordpress

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We are having different problems with a static website, such as management and content update. To explain these problems, one alternate method is to use Content Management System (CMS), such as WordPress. This paper explains the process of converting a static website to WordPress.. In This paper some solutions are given to resolve problems, such as the conflict with Internet Explorer (IE) and WordPress security issues. The outcome of this paper allows the users to use WordPress to manage the website, to publish automatically new content into online social networking services, to provide customized information to registered users as well as to allow web syndication.
Content Management System, Solution Stack, Static and dynamic website, WordPress
[1]. S.Willison, "Static content generation," 2003. [Online]. Available:
http://simonwillison.net/2003/dec/13/staticcontentgeneration/.
[2]. M. Rouse, "What is Web application (Web app)? - Definition from Whatis.com," 2011.[Online]. Available: http://searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com/definition/Web-application-Web-app.
[3]. M. S. Mimoso, "Red Hat: Linux served at vertical data center dinner tables," 2003. [Online]. Available: http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/news/880604/Red-Hat-Linux-served-at-vertical-data-centerdinner- tables.
[4]. P. W. Staff, "Server Operating Systems - PC World Australia," 2012.[Online]. Available: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/151491/server_operating_systems/.
[5]. A. Vijay, "A Comparison of two major dynamic web platforms - LAMP vs. WISA."[Online]. Available: http://kidoos.net/content/LAMPWISA.aspx
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AdilJamil Zaru "Converting Any Website to Wordpress" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0002. Saudi Arabia
Page 09-17
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Mr. S. Dhinakaran, Dr. J. Thirumaran

An Investigation on Scalable and Efficient Privacy Preserving Challenges for Big Data Security

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Big data is a relative term describing a situation where the volume, velocity and variety of data exceed an organization's storage or compute capacity for accurate and timely decision making. Big data refers to huge amount of digital information collected from multiple and different sources. With the development of application of Internet/Mobile Internet, social networks, Internet of Things, big data has become the hot topic of research across the world, at the same time; big data faces security risks and privacy protection during collecting, storing, analyzing and utilizing. Since a key point of big data is to access data from multiple and different domains security and privacy will play an important role in big data research and technology.............
Big Data, Security, Challenges, Issues, Privacy.
[1]. http://www.internetlivestats.com/twitter-statistics/
[2]. http://www.internetlivestats.com/google-search-statistics/
[3]. Grand Challenge: Applying Regulatory Science and Big Data to Improve Medical Device Innovation,
Arthur G. Erdman∗, Daniel F. Keefe, Senior Member, IEEE, and Randall Schiestl, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOL. 60, NO. 3, MARCH 2013
[4]. http://lsst.org/lsst/google
[5]. http://www.economist.com/node/15557443
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Mr. S. Dhinakaran, Dr. J. Thirumaran "An Investigation on Scalable and Efficient Privacy Preserving Challenges for Big Data Security" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0003. India
Page 18-24
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J.Mahalakshmi, Pg Student, G.Shanthakumari

Automated Crop Inspection and Pest Control Using Image Processing

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Agriculture is the backbone of our country. India is an agricultural country where the most of the population depends on agriculture. Research in agriculture is aimed towards increasing productivity and profit. There are several automated systems available in literature, which are developed for irrigation control and environmental monitoring in the field. However, it is essential to monitor the plant growth stage by stage and take decisions accordingly. In addition to monitoring the environmental parameters such as pH, moisture content and temperature, it is inevitable to identify the onset of plant diseases too. It is the key to prevent the losses in yield and quantity of agricultural product............
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[1]. Ajinkya Paikekari, Vrushali Ghule, Rani Meshram, V.B. Raskar, "Weed Detection using Image processing", International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2016, pp 1220-1222.
[2]. Jayamala.K.Patit, Rajkumar,"Advances in Image Processing for detection of plant diseases", Journal of Advanced Bio Informatics Applications and Research, 2011, pp 135-141.
[3]. Mrs. Latha, A Poojith, B V Amarnath Reddy, G Vittal Kumar, " Image Processing in Agriculture", International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, 2014, pp 1562-1565.
[4]. J.S.Saijis, R.Rastogi, V.K.Chadda, "Application of Image processing in BiologyandAgriculture".BARC Newsletter, 2014
[5]. P.Usha,V.Maheswari, Dr.V.Nandagopal, "Design and Implementation of Seeding Agricultural Robot", Journal of Innovative Research and Solutions, 2015, 138-143.
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J.Mahalakshmi, Pg Student, G.Shanthakumari "Automated Crop Inspection and Pest Control Using Image Processing" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0004. India
Page 25-35
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S. K. Elwan, T. A. Elasayed, W. Refaat, A. M. Lotfy

Experimental Behavior of RC Beams Strengthened by Externally Bonded CFRP with Lap Splice

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Carbon fiber-reinforced polymers (CFRP) laminates, or plates, offer very high-strength potential; however, handling of long pieces of these flexible plates can present challenges under field conditions. The development of methods for splicing CFRP plates will enhance the versatility and Practicality of using these materials in field applications. This paper studies the efficiency of CFRP lap splice in externally bonded CFRP flexural strengthened reinforced concrete beams. Seven half-scale beams with different conditions were tested in two-point bending until failure.....................
Carbon Fiber-Reinforced polymer (CFRP); CFRP Sheets; Debonding Failure; Externally- bonded; Flexure strengthening; Lap Splice; RC Beams.
[1]. Meier, U. and Kaiser, H. (1991). "Strengthening structures with CFRP laminates." Proc., Advanced Composite Materials in Civil Engineering Structures., ASCE, New York, 224–232.
[2]. Tamuzs, V., and Tepfers, R (2004), "Strengthening of concrete structures with advanced composite materials: Prospects and problems", J. Mater. Civ. Eng, 16(5), pp 391–397.
[3]. El-Badry, M (1996), "Advanced composite materials in bridges and structures", Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Montreal.
[4]. Triantafllou, T. C. (1998). "Shear Strengthening of reinforced concrete beams using epoxy-bonded FRP composites." ACI Structures J., 95(2), 107–115.
[5]. Saadatmanesh, K., Ehsani, M.R (1991), "R/C Beam Strengthened with GFRP Plates 1: Experimental Study", Journal of Structural Engineering, pp 3434-3455.
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S. K. Elwan, T. A. Elasayed, W. Refaat, A. M. Lotfy "Experimental Behavior of RC Beams Strengthened by Externally Bonded CFRP with Lap Splice" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0005. Egypt
Page 36-47
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K Rajasekhar, B Leela Tejaswi

Study on Strength Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Copper Slag

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One of the major challenges in our present society is the protection of environment. Some of the important elements in this respect are the reduction in the consumption of energy and natural raw materials and consumption of waste materials must be increased. This experimental study is to investigate the effect of using copper slag as a replacement of fine aggregate on the strength properties. The common management options for copper slag are recycling, recovering of metal, production of value added products such as abrasive tools, roofing granules, cutting tools, abrasive tiles, glass, rail road ballast, asphalt pavements. Despite increasing reusing of copper slag, the huge amounts of its annual production is disposed in dumps or stockpiles...................
Compressive Strength, Copper Slag, Fine Aggregate, Flexural Strength, Reusing Copper Slag, Environmental Friendly, Split Tensile Strength
[1] Al-Jabri, K.S. Abdullah, Al-Saidy and Ramzi Taha. "Effect of copper slag as a fine aggregate on the properties of cementmortars and concrete", Construction and building materials, Vol. 25, pp. 933-938, 2011
[2] Amena.I Tamboli and Dr. S.B. Shinde, "Partial replacement of cement with unprocessed steel slag in concrete" International Journal of Civil Engineering & Technology, Volume 4, Issue 5, 2013, pp.55-60, ISSN Print: 0976-6308, ISSN online: 0976-6316
[3] Arino, A.M and Mobasher B, "Effect of copper slag on the strength and toughness of cementitious mixtures", ACI Materials journal, Vol. 96,No.1 pp. 68-75, 1999
[4] Ayano Toshiki, Kuramoto Osamu, and Sataka kenji, " Concrete with copper slag fine aggregate", Society of Material Science, vol.49, pp. 1097-1102, 2000
[5] Bipra Gorai, Jana R.K and Premchand, "Charactersistics and utilisation of copper slag - a review", Resources, conversation and recycling, vol.39, No.4, pp. 299-313, 2002
Citation
K Rajasekhar, B Leela Tejaswi "Study on Strength Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Copper Slag" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0006. India
Page 48-56
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Qiang-Sheng WANG, Koichi HIROSE, Takashi FUKUE

Basic Study on Solid-Liquid Phase Change Problem of Ice around Heat Transfer Tubes

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Phase change heat transfer around heat transfer tubes is one of the basic problem of an ice heat storage exchanger. It can lead to decrease of thermal storage efficiency and damage of heat transfer tubes if continued freezing further after the ice has bridged because of the generated ice thermal resistance and volume expansion. In this study, we focused on freezing phenomena of phase change material (PCM) between two heat transfer tubes, which can simulate an inside structure of ice heat storage exchangers. Bridging time between two heat transfer tubes was studied numerically..............
Freezing phenomena, Natural convection, Bridging time, Temperature distribution, Numerical prediction
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[2]. K. Sasaguchi, K. Kusano and H. Kitagawa, "Solid-Liquid Phase Change Heat Transfer around Two Horizontal,
Vertically Spaced Cylinders. An Experimental Study on the Effect of Density Inversion of Water, (in Japanese)" The
Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 61, No. 581, pp.208-214, 1995.
[3]. K. Sasaguchi, K. Kusano, et al., "Transient Natural Convection of Water around a Cylinder in a Rectangular Cavity (Effect of the Density Inversion Cooling of Water), (in Japanese)" The Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 96, No. 1321, pp.258-263, 1997.
[4]. J. Vogel, M. Johnson, M. Eck and D. Laing, "Numerical analysis of natural convection in a latent heat thermal energy storage system containing rectangular enclosures," Eurotherm Seminar. #99 Advances in Thermal Energy Storage, pp. 1-10, 2014.
[5]. K. Torigoe, Y. Nakazawa and K. Kinoshita, "An Experimental Study on Formation and Melting of Ice around
Horizontal Tubes. Influence of Tube Array on Ice Formation and Melting Characteristics, (in Japanese)" roceeding
of the Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 68, pp.245-247, 1991.
Citation
Qiang-Sheng WANG, Koichi HIROSE, Takashi FUKUE "Basic Study on Solid-Liquid Phase Change Problem of Ice around Heat Transfer Tubes" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 3 (March 2017)
MID 1303.067X.0007. Japan
Page 57-68
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