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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 5 Issue 5      Submission Start Date: May 01, 2024      Acceptence Notification Start: May 10, 2024      Submission End: May 25, 2024      Final MenuScript Due: May 31, 2024      Publication Date: May 31, 2024




Volume III Issue VII

Author Name
Daya Shankar Kumar, Priyanka Jhavar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 7
Abstract
This work is concerned with a two-dimensional numerical study done to predict the influence of transverse rectangular cross-sectioned ribs on a solar air heater’s convective heat transfer properties. Solar air heater is a useful device that can be utilized to augment the temperature of air by extracting heat from solar energy. It is a rectangular duct consisting of an absorber plate on its top and heat falls only on the top of absorber plate. When ribs/baffles are introduced just beneath the absorber plate, there is a considerable alteration in the thermal performance of air flowing through the rectangular duct. A comparison was made between the results of thin (high aspect ratio) and square ribs arranged in three patterns, namely, single wall arrangement, staggered arrangement and in-line arrangement on two opposite walls. The Nusselt number variation with Reynolds number range 5000-24000 was checked at a fixed rib pitch (p) and height (e) values. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) si
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1734

Author Name
Karishma Agarwal, Vijay Kumar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 7
Abstract
Urbanization is a global phenomenon with profound implications for socioeconomic development, environmental sustainability, and quality of life. Ajmer, a historical city in Rajasthan, India, has experienced rapid urban growth in recent decades, leading to significant changes in its demographic, economic, and social landscape. This research paper aims to explore the patterns of urbanization in Ajmer city and examine their socioeconomic consequences. Using a combination of quantitative data analysis, spatial mapping techniques, and qualitative research methods, the study investigates the drivers of urbanization, the spatial distribution of urban areas, and the impacts of urban growth on various aspects of socioeconomic development, including income inequality, access to basic services, and environmental degradation. The findings of this study can inform policy interventions and urban planning strategies to promote sustainable urban development and enhance the well-being of residents in A
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1734a

Author Name
Rohit Kumar, Avinash Patidar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 7
Abstract
Modeling and analysis work was done on vapor compressor refrigeration systems for improve energy efficiency. The systems which were modeled in detail compressors have energy usage 6 to 9% lower than the units with horizontal scroll compressors and Air-cooled condensers have energy consumption 11% and secondary loop systems have energy consumption 15%. In response to the environmental concern of global warming, efforts have been made in supermarket [5] refrigeration industry to design or develop refrigeration systems that operate with less refrigerant charge and energy consumption. The “advanced” systems that have been used or developed and have much less refrigerant charge than the parallel and low-cost installation, flexibility in time to order and remodeling. However, the self-contained system has some inherent disadvantages including high equipment cost and low efficiency due to heat transfer.
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1735

Author Name
Afroz Alam, Vijay Kumar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 7
Abstract
This research paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the impact of climate change on coastal geomorphology in the Western Ghats region. Employing a multi-methodological approach, the study investigates changes in the coastal landscape over the past three decades through satellite imagery analysis, field surveys, and statistical modeling. Building upon previous research, the study integrates novel data sources such as sea level rise measurements, coastal vegetation analysis, and human population dynamics to provide a holistic understanding of the evolving coastal environment. The findings reveal the dynamic interactions between climate change drivers and coastal geomorphological responses. Accelerated erosion rates, shifts in sediment deposition patterns, and changes in coastal vegetation distribution are observed, reflecting the influence of rising temperatures, altered precipitation patterns, and sea level rise. These findings underscore the complexity of coastal systems and highl
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1735a