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  • Numerical Optimization of basic and finned Counter-Flow Dehumidifier with adiabatic and convective boundary conditions coupled with Thermo-Electric Cooler (TEC)


Adem H. Ibrahim

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A counter-flow dehumidifier with and without uniform rectangular fins was connected to a generic thermoelectric cooler to optimize for optimum water extraction and air dehumidification. To qualitatively analyze the humidifier’s performance, adiabatic and convective boundary conditions on the fins’ tips were implemented. Temperature of the cold face of the thermo couple was kept lower than that of ambient temperature of air so that temperature gradient is formed on the cold side. In this way the incoming air saturates and condenses on the cold surface of the thermoelectric cooler. The heat (Q_L) at temperature T_SC, accumulated on the cold side is pumped to the hot side at temperature T_SH. The heat, Q_H, on the hot side must be continuously expelled by the electric power provide by the thermoelectric couple through Peltier effect. To accomplish this, a counter flow cool air is fed to the hot face of the thermoelectric cell


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Praveen Kumar Uppadhya and Dr. Tarun Yadav

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The study of histology of Lepidoptera has been a fact of great Charm for the insect lovers. The interest in insects started from behavioral (um-ecological approach, but the need to try understanding that the insects were doing and how they were doing it extended to histology.


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  • PECTIC ENZYEMES AND EFFECT OF PECTIC ENZYMES ON VARIOUS PECTIC SUBSTANCES


B.P.S.Chauhan and Komalchanchal

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The pectic substances are carbohydrates or more exalty carbohydrates derivatives of polyuronide compounds mostly of anhydrogalacturonic acids. The carboxyl groups in pecticpolygalacturonides are either free or parallelly esterified with methyl alcohol or form salts with various cations.


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  • TO ANALYSE THEORGANOLEPTICPROPERTIES, DENSITY AND ASH VALUES INTHE SELECTED MADECINAL PLANTS


Jagmeet Kour1, Dr. Neel Kamal Mishra2

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India has extensive traditional knowledge regarding the still-valuable uses of medicinal plants. The utilisation of local flora for medical purposes is referred to as traditional knowledge of medicine. Every community has a distinctive set of information that is peculiar to that community. Most societies lack documentation of their knowledge of therapeutic plants. A circumstance where forgetting this information is possible has been produced by a drastic shift in society and the effect of modern treatment with relatively speedy cure. This encourages the gathering and recording of such data. By completing these tasks, science will learn at least some new population-related knowledge. The result of ethnobotanical studies is this. Additionally, this is crucial for the preservation and sustainable exploitation of medicinal plant natural


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