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International Journal of Advanced Production and Industrial Engineering (IJAPIE) Volume 5 Issue 3  


Predicting Production Cycle Time in a real Disposable Medical Device Manufacturing System using Semi-Supervised Deep Learning

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title:Predicting Production Cycle Time in a real Disposable Medical Device Manufacturing System using Semi-Supervised Deep Learning

Authors: HimanshChandani, MayankTyagi, Rajiv Chaudhary, Ranganath M Singari

Abstract: The post-consumer plastics become an issue to the environment due to their stable and non-biodegradable nature. Their management is essential today and starts from the source of utility through segregation to the place where a proper care can be taken place that includes landfills or energy recovery areas or place of recycling. The present work is a step towards the development of environmentally friendly and sustainable depolymerization method of bisphenol A based polycarbonate. The chemical recycling has come up with various advantages in comparison to the traditional recycling methods for plastics. The reaction has been performed with environmentally friendly green solvents and also with green reagents like alumina and montmorillonite clays

Chemical Depolymerization and Value Addition Study of Post-Consumer Polycarbonate Waste

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Chemical Depolymerization and Value Addition Study of Post-Consumer Polycarbonate Waste

Authors: Surybala Shahi, Geetanjali, Ram Singh

Abstract: The post-consumer plastics become an issue to the environment due to their stable and non-biodegradable nature. Their management is essential today and starts from the source of utility through segregation to the place where a proper care can be taken place that includes landfills or energy recovery areas or place of recycling. The present work is a step towards the development of environmentally friendly and sustainable depolymerization method of bisphenol A based polycarbonate. The chemical recycling has come up with various advantages in comparison to the traditional recycling methods for plastics. The reaction has been performed with environmentally friendly green solvents and also with green reagents like alumina and montmorillonite clays.

Design and Development of Ultra Violet Curing Based 3-D Printer

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Design and Development of Ultra Violet Curing Based 3-D Printer

Authors: Pradeep Kumar Yadav, Kamal Singh, Jitendra Bhaskar

Abstract: UV light technology based 3D printer is commonly known as Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer. Photopolymers in liquid form are cured under beam of UV light to form layer by layer 3D model. Beam of light is pointed that cures a limited area and takes long time to 3D print a part. An effort has been made in this work to design and fabricate a mask and UV light based 3D printer for printing 3D model from liquid photopolymer resin. Samples were also printed to evaluate the performance of this printer. Performance test were very positive to make this model as a commercial machine for printing models for medical applications.

Utilisation of fly ash as a potential reinforcement material for better mechanical properties of Aluminium

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Utilisation of fly ash as a potential reinforcement material for better mechanical properties of Aluminium

Authors: Akshat Jain, Md. Tarique, Mayank Saxena, Md. Rafi, Mukul Ananad, Sumit Joshi, Vipin Kumar Sharma

Abstract: The remarkable strength and durability characteristics found in light-weight alloys-based Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) assisted in enhancing their widespread use in automobile, aircraft and marine sectors. The present study consists of utilising conventional stir casting setup for fabricating Aluminium-based MMCs having fly ash as reinforcement. The fly ash was reinforced with aluminium matrix in proportions: 2, 4, and 6 % to get three different homogeneous samples of MMCs. The prepared samples were examined for microstructure and mechanical characterization. The MMCs samples exhibited successful incorporation and homogeneous dispersion of fly ash particles. The fly ash addition assisted in enhancing the hardness and decrease in strength of aluminium MMCs..

Synthesis & Characterization of Sintered Magnetic Abrasives Used in Advance Finishing Processes Through Powder Metallurgy Route

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Synthesis & Characterization of Sintered Magnetic Abrasives Used in Advance Finishing Processes Through Powder Metallurgy Route

AuthorsAnkit Bansal, Ravi Butola, M S Niranjan, Qasim Murtaza, Umang Soni

Abstract: The magnetic field assisted surface finishing process needs a sintered magnetic abrasive powder which could be a mixture of SiC and CIP particles. Tube furnaces have been used to develop SiC based sintered magnetic abrasives. The focus of this article is to investigate the anticipated results and to carry out the fabrication set up of sintered magnetic abrasive for the super-finishing of composite materials and its coating. The article depicts significant effect on the mechanical properties such as micro hardness and compressive strength and analyzes SiC and CIP composite based microstructure. The synthesis of the powder involves four major processes like blending; compaction and sintering. Characterization of sintered magnetic abrasives has been done using SEM, EDS, XRD to study the morphology, chemical composition, crystallography and magnetic properties. The results have been compared with the un-bonded magnetic abrasives. This paper also presents a brief literature review of the state of art technology of high performance surface finishing processes used in manufacturing industries. Finally, the downside and stray aspects of the related literature are spotlighted and a list of prospective issues for future research directions is recommended.

Wheeled Mobile Robot Trajectory Planning using Evolutionary Techniques

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Wheeled Mobile Robot Trajectory Planning using Evolutionary Techniques

Authors: S.Ramabalan, V. Sathiya, M. Chinnadurai

Abstract: This paper proposes two multi-objective trajectory planning optimization algorithms namely Multi Objective Differential Evolution (MODE) and Elitist Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA-II). They are applied for a differential drive wheels mobile robot (WMR). A cubic NURBS curve is used to constitute the mobile robot’s path. The objective functions considered are travel time, traveled length and actuators efforts.  All objective functions are to be minimized. The constraints considered are mobile robot’s kinematic limits, obstacle avoidance and dynamic limits. Two Stationary and five moving obstacles are present around the robot.  Experimental and numerical simulations results are examined and compared.

Solid Waste Management:Design and Dynamic Analysis of Waste Particle Inside the Trommel Screen Supporting Belt Conveyer Mechanism

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Solid Waste Management: Design and Dynamic Analysis of Waste Particle Inside the Trommel Screen Supporting Belt Conveyer Mechanism

Authors: Rajiv Chaudhary , Priyanshu Verma, Pranay  Bansal, Nikhar Sachdeva

Abstract: The purpose of the paper is toanalayse a daily waste generation of 5 tonfrom a municipality which includesdynamic analysis of the waste particle inside the trammel screen, to obtain the design values of the waste segregator machine (trommel screen), design the beltconveyer carrying the waste, residencetime of particle inside the trommel and departure angle. All analysis have been studied theoretically which involves

quantitative studies as well. The results obtained are useful for developing aminiature solid waste management plan for a local municipality. Solid waste management is a crucial step to avoidunnecessary littering and contaminationand thus this study could prove to bebeneficial. There has been a significantresearch in the particular domain but wehave focussed in the design prospect ofthe segregation machinery(trammel screen) which is necessary to carry outthe operation. Although the research has been summarised briefly ,it aims to coverall the substantial qualitative andquantitative aspects for the study.

A review on development of soft gripper using 4D printing

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: A review on development of soft gripper using 4D printing

Authors: Ashutosh Singh, Ravi Butola, Jitendra Bhaskar

Abstract: Improvements in soft robotics, materials, and flexible gripper technology made it possible for soft gripper to advance rapidly. A brief analysis of soft robotic grippers featuring various material collections, physical rules and system architectures is provided here. Soft gripping is divided into three technologies, enabling gripping with: a) actuation, b) material used, and c) Use of 3D printing in fabricating grippers. An informative analysis is provided of every form. Similar to stiff grippers, flexible and elastic end-effectors may also grab or control a broader variety of objects. The inherent versatility of the materials is increasingly being used to study advanced materials and the soft structures, particularly silicone elastomers, shape memory materials, active polymers and gels, in the development of compact, simple and more versatile grippers. For future work, enhanced structures, techniques and sensing play a prominent part

Effect of irregularities on seismic performance of buildings– A review

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Effect of irregularities on seismic performance of buildings– A review

Authors: Ishita Verma, Shobha Ram ,  M. K. Bhardwaj ,  Nirendra DevAbstract: Building structures are subjected to vibrations due to an earthquake activity. There are many characteristics which induce irregularities in buildings. Apart from other reasons, these irregularities may be; many times; due to non-uniform distribution of mass, stiffness or strength in the buildings structure. Due to such irregularities; buildings are subjected to some undesirable effects which make them weaker compared to regular buildings. Indian Standard code of practice IS 1893 – (Part 1): 2016 [1] details guidelines to be followed so that buildings are less and less irregular. Many times such guidelines may be the result of past studies of actual performances of buildings in seismic events. It is the intended purpose of this paper to bring a review of standard guidelines which are important for irregular buildings for preventing various typical damages to occur in them in seismic conditions. Typical examples of past damages have been provided to draw lesson

Performance of Infill Framed structures During Earthquake: A State-of-the-Art Review

Posted      :  25  July  2020 4:00 PM PST

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Title: Performance of Infill Framed Structures During Earthquake: A State-of-the-Art Review

Authors: Priyanka , Shobha Ram , Alok Verma

Abstract: Masonry infill walls are widely known to increase lateral stiffness of the structure andfor this reason it is accepted all over the world. This paper presents a review work onperformance of infill framed structures that were damaged during several earthquakes.Study of behaviour of damaged building during different earthquakes in world has beencarried out. The mentioned earthquakes substantially caused damaged to the RCbuildings. The RC buildings were damaged primarily because of improper design andreinforcement detailing at the design phase and improper workmanship and quality control at the construction phase. The main objective of this paper is to describe and analyze the failure patterns observed in reinforced concrete frame buildings withmasonry infill walls and without masonry infill walls all over the world.