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Vol. 3 Issue 12

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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 3 Issue 12      Submission Start Date: Dec 01, 2022      Acceptence Notification Start: Dec 10, 2022      Submission End: Dec 25, 2022      Final MenuScript Due: Dec 31, 2022      Publication Date: Dec 31, 2022




Volume III Issue V

Author Name
Prateeksha Pateriya, Anshul Sarawagi
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 5
Abstract
Agriculture has a significant effect on our lives. Agriculture is the primary economic sector in our country. Appropriate management results in a profit when it comes to agricultural goods. Farmers lack knowledge in leaf disease, resulting in decreased productivity. Detecting plant leaf diseases is critical since profit and loss are directly related to productivity. CNN is the answer for detecting and classifying leaf diseases. The primary objective of this research is to identify leaf diseases in apple, grape, maize, potato, and tomato plants. Plant leaf illnesses are monitored throughout broad fields of crops for disease detection, and therefore automatically detect certain characteristics of diseases for which medical treatment is available. Detection of plant leaf disease has a wide range of applications in a variety of sectors, including biological research and agriculture institutes. Plant leaf disease detection is a critical area of research because it has the potential to benef
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1716

Author Name
Anil Agarwal, Sujit Patel
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 5
Abstract
Banach Contraction principle is a fundamental result in metric fixed point theory. It is very popular and power full tool in solving the existence problems in pure and applied sciences. In this paper Banach contraction principle and various application of this famous principle, including G metric space, D-metric space. A huge Literature of fixed point theory in this space has developed that is impossible to summarize in this paper
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1717

Author Name
Shaloo Pandole, Avinash Pattaiya, K.G.Kirar, Alok Kumar Mishra
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 5
Abstract
Development of SCC has been considered as the turning point in the construction industry as it overcomes the inadequacies of normal concrete and also avoids the problem associated with it. SCC is emerging as a growing trend in the world construction scenario. Given its advantages and durability factors, SCC is particularly suitable for difficult working conditions such as structures with congested reinforcements and in places not accessible for normal concreting operations. Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) has various advantages due to its field performance and ease of application. However, it is felt that more careful study is required at the stage of mix proportioning. In order to produce SCC, a more voluminous but also a more viscous matrix is needed compared to concrete of normal workability. The objective may be achieved by using different fillers with pozzolanic or inert in nature. The main focus of the present work is to suggest the optimum mix proportion for utilizing the fly a
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1718

Author Name
Habibur Rehman, Dhananjay Yadav, Sachin Baraskar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 5
Abstract
The major energy demand is in the form of electrical energy for domestic as well as industrial sectors, a large part of which are the heating and cooling requirements. Appropriate utilization of thermal energy storage can effectively aid in reducing the electrical demand by storage and release of this thermal energy during peak hours. Thermal Energy Storage using Phase Change Materials (PCMs) is an attractive method of energy storage, with a wide variety of potential applications. Several configurations have been tested by researchers to develop energy storage devices with PCMs. The cycling of melting and solidification of PCMs results in storage and release of heat at a relatively small temperature difference. Design and deployment of these storage systems have certain challenges and considerations associated to them for instance, when used in buildings; PCMs should be non-toxic, non-corrosive, and others.
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1721