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  • TECHNICAL ASPECTS, DESIGN AND OPERATION OF BABY SEINE NET OF RATNAGIRI, MAHARASHTRA


Miss. Mayuri U. Dongare, Dr. ASHISH S. MOHITE, Shri. Makarand T. Sharangdhar, Shri. Shrikant T. Shar

Abstract:
The present study encompasses the traditional fishing method of baby seine net practiced in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. Baby seine net was rectangular wall of webbing locally known as Bhusa, held open and dragged with the help of two sticks attached to both sides. Main webbing of the gear was made up of PA monofilament twine of 0.5 to 1.2 mm diameter, similarly PP multifilament twisted twine of 210D×2×3 was used for selvedge construction both at upper and lower side of the net. 20 to 30 mm mesh size was used for main webbing as well as for top and bottom selvedges.


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  • POTENTIAL FOR SOLAR PV ALONG ELECTRIFIED RAILWAY TRACKS IN INDIA


Aseem Kumar Sharma & Professor (Dr.) D P Kothari

Abstract:
The 100GW Solar Power capacity (by year 2022) target set by Govt. of India needs optimum utilisation of available area for deployment of Solar PV panels. Though land & roof tops are considered as focus areas, area along Electrified Railway Tracks also offer significant potential.


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  • DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS AND OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF CAST NET OF WULAR LAKE OF KASHMIR


Miss. Nimat Syed, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite,

Abstract:
Cast net design characteristics, construction aspects and operational techniques were studied of Wular Lake of Kashmir. The netting material found to be used for the construction of Cast net was PA multifilament. Cast net with 3 to 4 panels were found joined together by seaming.


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  • MARINE ENGINES OF WOODEN PURSE SEINERS OPERATING ALONG RATNAGIRI COAST, MAHARASHTRA


Shri. Suhas L. Bhandkoli, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite, Dr. Rahul K. Sadawarte

Abstract:
A total of 123 wooden Purse seiners were in operation from Mirkarwada fishing harbour of Ratnagiri of which 99.18% were wooden purse seiners fitted with Ashok Leyland make diesel engines.


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  • A NEW PROPOSED TECHNIQUE FOR FEATURE EXTRACTION FROM SATELLITE IMAGES


Ms. Alifiya Jahagirdar, Dr. Manisha Patil, Dr. Vrushsen Pawar, Dr. Vilas Kharat

Abstract:
During the last few decades large amount of satellite images have been captured to study different aspects related to agriculture, atmosphere, land use and land cover etc. It increases the demand of analyzing and generating accurate data from the images and provides the results as needed.


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  • AN APPROACH FOR THE CLUSTERING AND CLASSIFICATION OF IMAGES USING ABC-GA AND NAIVE BAYES CLASSIFIER


S. Praveena

Abstract:
This paper presents a hybrid clustering algorithm and Naive Bayes classifier for trees, shade, building and road. It starts with the single step preprocessing procedure to make the image suitable for clustering.


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  • DESIGN , FABRICATION AND FLOW VISUALIZATION OF A BLOW DOWN SUPERSONIC WIND TUNNEL


R.Ajay Kishore, G.M.Deepak Venkataramana, V.Sriram, N.Tamilmani

Abstract:
The report deals with the design, fabrication and visualization of a miniature two dimensional wind tunnel having the minimum possible length for the divergent portion and visualizes the shock patterns using shadowgraph.


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  • DESIGN AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF MALABAR THRYSSA (KATI FISH) GILL NET OF SATPATI, MAHARASHTRA


Shri. Shreyas S. Khatavkar, Dr. Ashish S. Mohite, Shri. Ajay S. Desai

Abstract:
Gill net is one of the popular fishing methods along the west coast of India. However, there are regional variation in the design, construction and operation. The present study deals with design, technical specification and operation of Kati fish gill nets (Thryssa malabaricca) operated off Satpati, Maharashtra. Malabar thryssa (Kati fish) set gill nets were made up of Polyamide monofilament of diameter 0.23 to 0.28 mm with mean of 0.26 mm.


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  • LIGHTNING ACQUISITION AND BASIC TRIGGERING USING KINTEX-7 FPGA


Harshit Devakumar, Ajay Khandare, Prof. Dr. M. S. Panse

Abstract:
In this paper, the basic continuous acquisition of a Lightning signal at the rate of 1 MS/sec has been performed , as well as the time stamping of the acquired signal using the GPS module has been performed on the Lightning Sensor Node.


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  • SERIES COMBINATION OF HYBRID FILTER WITH DISTORTED SOURCE VOLTAGE


S. Dineshkumar

Abstract:
The use of power electronic devices in industry and domestic applications such as adjustable speed drives, inverters, furnaces, computer applications and other electronics devices let to the injection of harmonics and reactive power in the power system.


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  • LDPC CODES FOR ERROR CONTROL IN OPTICAL DISCS


Kumar Khandagle, Anil Durgude, Pradeep Singh, Jayant Darade

Abstract:
Low Density Parity check codes are belong to class of Linear block codes which possesses burst error correction capabilities.[1] LDPC codes are Shannon Channel Capacity approaching codes and more superior as compared to competitive Turbo Codes at High Data rates both due to Low error floor as well manageable decoder complexity.


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  • POWER EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT METHOD FOR A BI-DIRECTIONAL DUAL ACTIVE BRIDGE DC-DC CONVERTER


K. Divya

Abstract:
Bidirectional DC-DC converters, which makes possible the bidirectional transmission of power, have become indispensable in recent years, due to the diversification of the power supply network, including the use of batteries. Of these, the dual active bridge (DAB) DC-DC converter features a simple mechanism and symmetric circuit architecture making possible the equal transmission of power in both directions


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  • EXPERMENTAL STUDY ON FERRO- GEOPOLYMER WALL PANEL


Anju Viswan & Ashok Mathew

Abstract:
Rural development has assumed global attention especially among the developing nations. It has great significance for a country like India where majority of the population, around 65% of the people, live in rural areas and were shortage in housing stock. All these needs lead to affordable shelters with access to developed land, appropriate building material and technology. One of the environmental friendly building material technologies for cost effective housing is ferrocement wall panel. Ferrocement wall panel is used by BMTPC (Building Materials & Technology Promotion Council) to achieve a low cost building construction effectively.


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