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IJERD : Volume 16 - Issue 6

(June - 2020)


Dr. Megala

Drinking Water Activated By Plasma
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In this paper Plasma injection in water offers one of the chance to non-thermally inject advanced oxidation technologies in the liquid water, this includes purification by chemical processing. Nowadays generation needs to probably revolutionize the purification of water that will be fit for drinking, also contemporary techniques for the chemical processing by eradication of the catalysts(physical). As such, this area represents a rising and energetic region of research. Limitations of traditional plasma injection strategies include constrained through-put ability, electrode erosion, and decreased system volume, high concentration of regulated and unregulated contaminants, and sometimes more harmful chemicals are produced. This project consist of direct plasma injection with the help of a slayer exciter circuit for the purification of water
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[1]. UN General Assembly Resolution Number GA/10967.
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[5]. Organic compounds Assessed in Chattahoochee River Water Used for Public Supply near Atlanta, Georgia, 2004-05, U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 2011-3062, Jun. 2011.

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Dr. Megala "Drinking Water Activated By Plasma" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 16, Issue 6 (June 2020)
MID 1606.067X.0001. India
Page 01-09
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Ansari Sana Fatima, Shruti Pimple

Movie Success Prediction Using Machine Learning
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Cinemas in today's world are the most popular means of entertainment. Millions of people watch movies all over the world not only for the means of entertainment but also to get stress free and escape from the anxiety and troubles of life. Usually in the movie Industry there is a lot of investment therefore making predictions is on the map. What makes a movie successful? What different criteria can let a movie enter into the list of the top grossing films? These different alternative questions to a mind before making our investment on any film. Thus prior knowledge is required for such predictions whether they will be hit or failure. In this project our aim is to develop a model that predicts the success rate of the movies whether it is a hit, flop or super hit depending on different parameters, whereas budget is an important parameter. Depending on these parameters the success rate of the movie is predicted. Taking different factors into consideration the success level is being vaccinated. These factors in our project can be considered by the movie maker to decide their financial roadmap and also evaluate their comfort zone on taking risk.
Machine Learning, Bollywood, Movies, Revenue, Prediction-Model

[1]. Nahid Quader, Md Osman Gani, Dipankar Chaki, Md Haider Ali " A machine learning approach to predict movie box-office success"2017 20th International Conference of Computer and Information Technology (ICCIT)
[2]. Javaria Ahmad, Prakash Duraisamy, Amr Yousef,Bill Buckles "Movie Success Prediction Using Data Mining" 2017 8th International Conference On Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT)
[3]. Kyuhan Lee,Jinsoo Park,Ijoo Kim, Youngseok Choi "Predicting Movie Success with Machine Learning Techniques: ways to improve accuracy"
[4]. Sameer Ranjan Jaiswal, Divyansh Sharma " Predicting Success Of Bollywood Movies Using Machine Learning" Proceedings of the 10th Annual ACM India Computer Conference [5]. Ting Liu, Xiao Ding , Yiheng Chen, Haochen Chen, Haochen Chen, Maosheng Guo " Predicting movie Box-office revenues by exploiting large-scale social mediacontent"
[6]. Anand Bhave, Himanshu Kulkarni, Vinay Biramane, Pranali Kosamkar " Role of different factors in predicting movie success" 2015 International Conference On Pervasive Computing(ICPC)

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Ansari Sana Fatima, Shruti Pimple "Movie Success Prediction Using Machine Learning" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 16, Issue 6 (June 2020)
MID 1606.067X.0002. India
Page 10-14
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Abdel Moktader A. El Sayed, Samy Zayed, Amir M. S. Lala, Nahla A. El Sayed, Ahmed Salah

Petrophysical Properties and Permeability Prediction for the Abu Madi Formation, Baltim North Gas Field, Nile Delta, Egypt
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Drilling, coring, and geophysical logging were performed with a seafloor drilling rig to investigate a potentially gas occurrences of the Nile deep sea fan, in Baltim North Gas Field, Nile Delta, Egypt. Different sites within stream-mouth bar genetic deltaic units were investigated. Geophysical log data of electrical resistivity, Neutron, Density, NMR and spectral gamma ray are combined with core-derived physical properties of porosity, permeability, electrical resistivity, MICP and bulk density. Core- and log physical property data are used to define NMR-T2 conversion by empirical modeling, which is then used to interpret the permeability data in non-cored wells.
The mercury injection capillary pressure (MICP) measurements for some selected samples have been used to evaluate both reservoir micro and macro porosity cut off values. Three reservoir flow units which have been detected based on the integration of pore throat............
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[1]. Aagaard, P., Jahren, J., 2010. Special issue introduction: compaction processes –porosity, permeability and rock properties evolution in sedimentary basins.Mar. Petrol. Geol. 27, 1681–1683.
[2]. Al Khalifa,H., P.W.J. Glover, P. Lorinczi, 2020: Permeability prediction and diagenesis in tight carbonates using machine learning techniques. Marine and Petroleum Geology 112 (2020) 104096.
[3]. Akkurt, R., Seifert, D., Al-Harbi, A., Al-Beaiji, T. M., Kruspe, T., Thern, H., and Kroken, A. 2008: Real-Time Detection of Tar in Carbonates Using LWD Triple Combo, NMR and Formation Tester in Highly-Deviated Wells. Proceeding of 49th Annual Logging Symposium, Austin, Texas, 25-28.
[4]. Chen, J.-H., Althaus, S. M., Delshad, M., Zhang, J., Almalki, F., Sun, Q., and Shawaf, A., 2017: Optimization of NMR Permeability Transform and Application to Middle East Tight Sands. SPAWLA-58th.
[5]. Cheng, Y., Chen, S., Eid, M., Hursan, G., and Ma, S., 2017: Determination of Permeability From NMR T1/T2 Ratio in Carbonates. SPAWLA -58th.

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Abdel Moktader A. El Sayed, Samy Zayed, Amir M. S. Lala, Nahla A. El Sayed, Ahmed Salah "Petrophysical Properties and Permeability Prediction for the Abu Madi Formation, Baltim North Gas Field, Nile Delta, Egypt" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 16, Issue 6 (June 2020)
MID 1606.067X.0003. Egypt
Page 15-36
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Dr. Tarek M. Attia

A Survey and an Outlook of Requirements, Challenges and Technologies for Development and Deployment of the 5G Networks
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The huge and rapid increase in the number of mobile devices, massive volume of data, and higher data rate are stimulating to rethink thecurrent generation of the cellular mobile communication. The next generation (5G) cellular networks are expectedto meet top-level requirements. Four unique features broadly characterize the 5G networks: ubiquitous connectivity,extremely low latency, network energy efficiency and very high-speed data transfer. The 5G networks would provide novel architectures and technologiesbeyond state-of-the-art architectures and technologies. In this paper, theobjective is to investigate and discuss critical limitations of the fourth generation (4G) cellular networks andcorresponding new features of 5G networks. We identify challenges in 5G networks, new technologies for 5G networks, andpresent a comparative study of the proposed architectures that can be classified on the basis of energy-efficiency, networkhierarchy, and network types. Interestingly, the implementation issues, e.g., interference, QoS, load balancing, densification, handoff, cloud base communication, security-privacy,channel access and energy harvestingare hugely effect the realization of 5G networks.
5G, Cloud radio access networks; cognitive radio networks; D2D communication; energy efficiency; heterogeneous network; privacy; security; IOT; latency; Massive MIMO.

[1]. D. M. West, "How 5G technology enables the health internet of things", Center for technology innovations at Brookings, July 2016, pp.1-19, 2016.
[2]. IMT Vision Framework and Over- All Objectives of the Future Development of IMT for 2020 and Beyond, document Rec. ITU-R M.2083-0, Sep. 2015.
[3]. G. Kyriazis, A. Rouskas, "Design and operation of energy efficient heterogeneous mobile networks", Wireless Netw (2016) 22, pp. 2013–2028, 2016.
[4]. The next generation of communication networks and services, the 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership(5GPPP), European Commission, 2015. Available at: http://5g-ppp.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/5G-Vision-Brochure-v1.pdf.
[5]. X. Ge, H. Cheng, M. Guizani, and T. Han, "5G wireless backhaul networks: challenges and research advances", IEEE Network, 28(6), p. 6–11, 2014.

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Dr. Tarek M. Attia "A Survey and an Outlook of Requirements, Challenges and Technologies for Development and Deployment of the 5G Networks" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 16, Issue 6 (June 2020)
MID 1606.067X.0004. Egypt
Page 37-55
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Prasanya. D, G. Rajasekar, S. Gopinath

Study on Corrosion Resistant In Geopolymer Concrete by Incorporating Various Admixtures
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Cement is a material which has grown recently in years. Due to increase in the infrastructure projects the demand for concrete as a construction material has increased. Concrete is comprised of cement, aggregates, water and admixtures. Concrete is the most expended development material. It is viewed as progressively versatile, intense and reliable. Concrete is the second most expended material after water which requires bigger amounts of Portland concrete. The creation of the OPC makes dangers the earth because of emanation of CO2 too mining additionally brings about unrecoverable loss of nature. By considering all these factors Geopolymer concrete was introduced. Geopolymer concrete may be a creative development material which is able to be delivered by the synthetic activity of inorganic atoms. Right now the fundamental impediment of fly debris based Geopolymer concrete are moderate setting of cement at encompassing.............
Geo polymer concrete, Fly ash, GGBS, Compressive strength, tensile strength

[1]. Sreevidya.V, Anuradha.R, Venkatasubramai.R and Rangan.B.V., "Relationship between compressive and splitting tensile strength of geopolymer concrete", The Indian Concrete Journal, 85(11), November 2011, pp. 18- 24.
[2]. SujayChetanNanavati., "A Review on Fly Ash based Geopolymer Concrete", IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Volume 14, Issue 4 Ver. VII (Jul. - Aug. 2017), pp 12-16, also available in urlhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/319393131
[3]. J.Davidovits, B.VijayaRangan., Proceedings of the International Workshop on Geopolymer Cement and Concrete, Allied Publishers Private Limited, Mumbai, India, December 2010, pp 68-106.
[4]. Vijai K, Kumutha R and Vishnuram B.G, (2012). "Experimental Investigations on mechanical properties of Geopolymer Concrete composites", Asian journal of Civil Engineering (building and housing).
[5]. Zhu P, Sanjayan J. G, and Rangan B.V. (2009), "An Investigation of the Mechanisms for Strength Gain or Loss of Geopolymer Mortar after Exposure to Elevated Temperature", Journal of Material Science.

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Prasanya. D, G. Rajasekar, S. Gopinath "Study on Corrosion Resistant In Geopolymer Concrete by Incorporating Various Admixtures" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 16, Issue 6 (June 2020)
MID 1606.067X.0005. India
Page 56-62
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