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Volume 1, Issue 4 September 2013

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Vibration analysis of carbon nanotube (CNT) bolstered
Author: Sachin Agrawal
Abstract: In this paper, free vibration analysis of carbon nanotube (CNT) bolstered laminated composite panels is conferred. Three styles of panels like flat, concavo-convex and planoconvex ar thought of for study. Numerical simulation is dispensed victimisation commercially available finite part analysis computer code ANSYS. Numerical homogenization is used to calculate the effective elastic properties of indiscriminately distributed nanotube bolstered composites. To verify the accuracy of the finite part methodology, comparisons are created with existing results accessible within the literature for typical laminated composite panels and smart agreements are obtained. The results of the CNT bolstered composite materials are compared with typical composite materials beneath completely different boundary conditions.
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The degradation effects square measure attributable to the reduction in friction torsion
Author: Rohit kumar
Abstract: Experiments and simulations performed within the framework of accelerated-life tests of wet friction clutches reveal that with the progression of degradation of clutches, the transmitted power decreases in conjunction with a amendment within the energy flow behavior, chiefly within the pre-lockup section. additionally, the engagement period will increase and also the relative rate fluctuation in post-lockup section changes. These degradation effects square measure attributable to the reduction in friction torsion and also the amendment in the relative rate profile caused by the ever-changing friction characteristics of the clutch friction material with degradation.
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Examines the influence of things accountable for work stress among the staff
Author: Hemant Garg
Abstract: This study examines the influence of things accountable for work stress among the staff within the chemical industries in Kerala, India. The sample size of the themes elect for the study consists of seventy five Engineers, a hundred and ten Supervisors and 675 staff within the elect chemical industries in kerala, India. Seven factors were known with the prevailing literatures, and in consultation with safety specialists for the analysis of labor stress. The instrument developed by mistreatment these factors had validity, unidimensionality and dependableness. The response rate was 54.3%. It’s ascertained that existence the factors accountable for work stress among all the classes of staff in these industries.
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