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Volume 1, Issue 1, January 2013


International Journal of Advance Research in Mechanical Engineering (IJOARME)
 
 

Bar Casting By Thermo- Mechanical Modeling Process[ ]


Cast bar production through circle-belt uninterrupted casting process is a complex procedure Where molten metal solidified within a circulating wheel mould. To improve fundamental understanding of casting process a two dimensional, transient and coupled thermo-mechanical model has been developed based on FEM analysis. Metal shrinkage and mould deformation during coagulation of the bar has been numerically simulated. The temperature of bar predicted by the model has been verified by actual temperature measurement during casting at different operating conditions. Thermo mechanical calculations and experimental characterizations of the casting surfaces were compared through metallagraphic analysis. The control of casting speed and pouring temperature of metal is also calculated in order to understand in detail about the factors controlling heat transfer.

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Post-consumer Plastic Solid Waste By Recycling And Recovery Process[ ]


The diminishing of waste plastics has become a major worldwide environmental problem. The ASIA, Europe and Japan generate annually about 60 million tons of post-consumer plastic wastage, previously surface filled, are generally considered as a un-prolonged and environmentally questionable alternative. Filled sites and their limitations are, moreover, diminishing rapidly, and legislation is rigid . Several European directives and Asian legislation concern plastic wastes and the concerned management. They are shortly discussed in this paper. New methods have emerged, i. e., foremost mechanical recycling of plastic waste as virgin or second grade plastic feedstock, and thermal curing to recycle the waste as maiden monomer, as synthetic gas, or as heat source . These processes avoid land filling, where the non-environmental plastics remain a unending environmental pressure. The paper analyze these alternative options through mostly thermal processing. Additional research is, however, still needed to confirm the ability on pilot and commercial scale.

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Supply Chain Management in Reversal Perspective[ ]


Environmental and economic problems have vital impacts on reverse offer chain management and thought to create one among the biological process cornerstones of sustainable offer chains. Perusal of the literature shows that a broad frame of reference for reverse offer chain management is not adequately developed. Recent, although restricted, analysis has begun to identify that these sustainable offer chain practices, that include the reverse provision factors, cause additional integrated offer chains, that ultimately can cause improved economic performance. The objectives of this paper is to: report and review numerous views on style and development of reverse Supply Chain

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Common Fixed Point Theorems For Multivalued Compatible Maps In Ifms[ ]


The aim of this paper is to obtain the notion of multivalued weakly compatible (owc) maps and prove common fixed point theorems for single and multi valued maps by using a contractive condition of integral type in intuitionistic fuzzy metric spaces. Mathematics Subject Classification: 47H10, 54H25

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