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Geospatial Techniques for Paddy Crop Acreage and Yield Estimation

Krishna Desai, N. L. Rajesh, U. K. Shanwad, N. Ananda, B. G. Koppalkar, B. K. Desai, V. Rajesh, Kirana Kumara, . Chandralekha
2020 Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology  
G. Raju Kardakal 46.80 67.80 0.40 1637.27 16 Sh. Shankargouda Kardakal 46.92 67.07 0.41 17 Smt. Shankaramma Jainapur 41.00 64.00 0.39 394.18 18 Sh.  ... 
doi:10.9734/cjast/2020/v39i1430704 fatcat:cfauxjrveze5fah4m6v5omuzge

Moored buoy observations in Arabian Sea warm pool

2022 Mausam  
Time series observations from four moored data buoys in the south eastern Arabian Sea for a period of four months (March - June 2003) are utilized to study the characteristics of warm pool. The moored buoy observations show fair weather conditions in the pre-monsoon period with weak variable winds and calm sea conditions. High SST has been observed during the pre-monsoon warming phase. Surface met observation shows comparatively low-pressure in the region for a period of two weeks starting from
more » ... the last week of April 2003. Increased wind speed and wave height with a clockwise rotation in wind direction and occasional rains are reported during that period. An interesting observation is the cooling of SST in response to the May 2003 cyclone in Bay of Bengal. Another feature during the warming phase is an oscillation of the order of 14 days observed in SST. Time series observations of salinity in the month of March show the presence of low saline water in the warm pool. A sudden drop of 0.4 psu in surface salinity was observed on 2nd April, which may be due to the advection of low saline plumes in the warm pool region and/or the local pre-monsoon showers. The onset of southwest monsoon and the associated monsoon currents dissipated the warm pool and thereafter the monsoon conditions with high winds, rough sea and frequent rains prevailed in the region.
doi:10.54302/mausam.v56i1.890 fatcat:75emyjho4jb2fdbdofl4gdey7y

Integration of Haptics in Agricultural Robotics

Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, M M Sreekanth, Vinu Sivanantham, K Sai Kumar, Sriharsha Ghanta, P Surya Teja, Rajesh G Reddy
2017 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Robots can differentiate with open loop system and closed loop system robots. We face many problems when we do not have a feedback from robots. In this research paper, we are discussing all possibilities to achieve complete closed loop system for Multiple-DOF Robotic Arm, which is used in a coconut tree climbing and cutting robot by introducing a Haptic device. We are working on various sensors like tactile, vibration, force and proximity sensors for getting feedback. For monitoring the robotic
more » ... arm achieved by graphical user interference software which simulates the working of the robotic arm, send the feedback of all the real time analog values which are produced by various sensors and provide real-time graphs for estimate the efficiency of the Robot.
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/225/1/012203 fatcat:vjmhh65yvbhevfucghwam62avi

The Launch Dynamics of Supersonic Projectiles [article]

C. K. Muthukumaran, G. Rajesh, H. D. Kim
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The turbulence is modeled using standard k- model along with the viscosity. Projectile-flow field interaction.  ...  A computational study on the projectile overtaking a blast wave was performed by Rajesh et al 4 .  ... 
arXiv:1204.3395v2 fatcat:hlxuemgn65aa5jgmht6pmgbplm

Analysis of Bifurcations in a Power System Model with Excitation Limits [article]

Rajesh G. Kavasseri, K. R. Padiyar
2004 arXiv   pre-print
The resulting equations are, E ′ q = −E ′ q + (x d − x ′ d )i d + E f d T ′ do (4) E ′ d = −E ′ d − (x q − x ′ q )i q T ′ qo (5) The power delivered by the generator P g can be expressed as P g = E ′ q  ...  System Modeling The system as considered in Rajesh & Padiyar [1999] is shown in Fig. 1 .  ... 
arXiv:nlin/0411045v1 fatcat:rdm3w23yobgdvnmynah6wjukzq

Form–content dichotomy in psychopathology

G. Rajesh, K. S. Jacob
2004 British Journal of Psychiatry  
G. Rajesh, K. S. Jacob G. Rajesh, K. S.  ...  Bouras, N. & Holt, G. (2004) Bouras, N. & Holt, G. (2004) Mental health services Mental health services for adults with learning disabilities. for adults with learning disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjp.185.6.520-b pmid:15599991 fatcat:n4qhxqtqpbgqrmmqi5mnkanvoi

Abrasive Wear Behaviour of Heat Treated En31 Steel

Abin Baburaj, K. B. Shishupal Singh Chaudhary, Rajesh K. Khatirkar, Sanjay G. Sapate
2013 ISIJ International  
The bulk hardness decreased with increase in tempering temperature from 423 K to 848 K. The precipitation of Cr7C3 after 598 K tempering did not cause an appreciable increase in the hardness.  ...  At higher tempering temperatures (848 K), the martensite decomposed to give ferrite and cementite. The abrasive wear tests were carried out on hardened and tempered specimens.  ...  The effect of load on mass loss (g) of En31 steel was studied for all the heat treated conditions at a constant velocity (1.885 m/s) for two different loads (10 N & 20 N) .  ... 
doi:10.2355/isijinternational.53.1471 fatcat:rnxdo3r5vzdmtg77kuctu2apha

Classification of Leukemia Image Using Genetic Based K-Nearest Neighbor (G-KNN)

M. Bennet Rajesh, S. Sathiamoorthy
2018 Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
The proposed combination of techniques with G-KNN framework outperforms the existing techniques. IV.  ...  For clustering process they incorporated k-means algorithm.  ... 
doi:10.51983/ajcst-2018.7.2.1869 fatcat:am3groq545d4zatwaw7jqkltma

Multiobjective Optimization of Steam Reformer Performance Using Genetic Algorithm

J. K. Rajesh, Santosh K. Gupta, G. P. Rangaiah, Ajay K. Ray
2000 Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research  
D p G µ ) 1/3 ( C p µ K g ) 1/3 + 0.094 ( D p G µ ) 0.8 ( C p µ K g ) 0.4 } (A24) η k ) ∫ v)0 v) Correlations for C p , µ, and K g were obtained from HYSYS, while those given in ref 5 for ∆H i , k i ,  ...  t (A t,o + A ref ) g + A t,o (1 -g ) t (T g 4 -T w,o 4 ) + σ N b A f f t (1 -g ) A t,o T f 4 (A21) q cond ) 2K w (T w,o -T w,i ) ln(d o /d i ) (A22) q conv ) U(T w,i -T) (A23) U ) 0.4 K g D p { 2.58 (  ... 
doi:10.1021/ie9905409 fatcat:dm4qgcph7nh6dgzgbjxzpmr7wy

Some Recent Developments in Higher-Order Cycloaddition Reactions

1998 Zenodo  
Organic Chemistry Division,Regional Research Laboratory (CSIR), Trivandrum-695 019 Manuscript received 7 August 1998 Higher-order cycloaddition reactions provide an easy entry into medium sized ring systems which are often found in a number of important biologically active natural products. In this connection, our investigations on 2H-cylohepta[b]furan-2-one, an 8πtcross-conju-gated system, have exposed some novel reactivity patterns including a higher-order cyeloadition profile. The
more » ... on reactions of this electron-deficient heptafulvene system proceeded in an [8+2] fashion with 1,3-dienes, whereas an exclusive [4+2] pathway prevailed with aralkenes. The reactions with cyclic cross-conjugated systems such as pentafulvenes afforded [8+2] and [4+2] adducts, the ratio being controlled by the substitution on the exocyclic double bond of the fulvene. The observed reactivity has been rationalized by theoretical calculations.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5916307 fatcat:36mjhzekafbz5ea5aqtqwr35tq

Photoacoustic Thermal Characterization of Porous Rare-Earth Phosphate Ceramics

Sajan D. George, Rajesh Komban, K. G. K. Warrier, P. Radhakrishnan, V. P. N. Nampoori, C. P. G. Vallabhan
2007 International journal of thermophysics  
c (p) = K 0 (1 − p) .  ...  The thermal contact resistance (R T ) at the interface is related to the macroscopic thermal conductivity K c and to the grain conductivity K through the relation L K c = L K + R T , where L is the grain  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10765-007-0153-7 fatcat:4xdquoq6vbentm3icbvhthtoa4


Joshisree K. P., Rajesh G., Siddarama R.
2018 International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences  
AUTHORS CONTRIBUTIONS K P Joshisree-Followed the case, wrote the case study G Rajesh-Took a detailed history of the patient R Siddarama-helped in structuring the paper CONFLICT OF INTERESTS Declared  ... 
doi:10.22159/ijpps.2018v10i1.22212 fatcat:sau4yunwfrh57jksj3xh7dv3dq

Left atrial appendage myxoma: 'the elephant's trunk'!

K T Sajeer, G Rajesh, M N Krishnan
2013 Heart Asia  
A 72-year-old lady presented with history of recurrent episodes of syncope. Examination revealed a mid-diastolic murmur at apex. Electrocardiogram showed left atrial enlargement. Chest X-ray was normal. Transthoracic echocardiography showed a mobile left atrial mass of mixed echogenicity (see online supplementary video 1). Transoesophageal echocardiography confirmed a 60×30 mm, broad-based, pedunculated mass arising from left atrial appendage, resembling an 'elephant's trunk' prolapsing through
more » ... the mitral valve to the left ventricle during each diastole (figure 1, see online supplementary video 2). The mass was surgically excised. Histopathology was consistent with cardiac myxoma.
doi:10.1136/heartasia-2013-010334 pmid:27326087 pmcid:PMC4832681 fatcat:2k42s77ravbgvftnvlojmv3zuq

Earthquake Monitoring in India

Rajesh Prakash, G Suresh, V K Gahalaut
2020 Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy  
Earthquake monitoring for seismological research and in India started as early as 1898 with the installation of the first seismological observatory at Alipore, Kolkata. Since then, with the worldwide development of earthquake monitoring seismographs, the Indian national seismological network has expanded, and currently, there are 115 observatories, excluding several observatories installed by other research and academic institutes for their specific research programs. These state of the art
more » ... rvatories are equipped with real-time data connectivity which feeds data to auto-location software at the headquarter of the National Center for Seismology, New Delhi. The earthquake information is disseminated to the public, and all stakeholders in real-time and the data are supplied to all scientists for their research purposes. Under a digitization program, all the old analog records of historical earthquakes have been digitized and are archived.
doi:10.16943/ptinsa/2020/49819 fatcat:vj2phivj75dehnilpda7ewofee

DC-SIGN Family of Receptors [chapter]

Rajesh K. Gupta, G. S. Gupta
2012 Animal Lectins: Form, Function and Clinical Applications  
Among Caucasians patients suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, DC-SIGN revealed no significant differences in loci -336A/G and -871A/G with controls.  ...  Wichukchinda et al. (2007) genotyped two SNPs in DC-SIGN promoter (-139A/G and 336A/G), a repeat number of 69 bp in Exon 4 of DC-SIGN and DC-SIGNR, and one SNP in Exon 5 of DC-SIGNR and showed that the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-1065-2_36 fatcat:x44bjmhhd5grdems6fgn26fgra
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