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|Analysis and Simulation of Main Second Order Effects in CNTFETs
Roberto Marani and Anna Gina Perri
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 11 Issue 2, pp. 46-57, April 2018.
In this paper we present at first an exhaustive description of the basic types of CNTFETs, with particular reference to the principle of operation. Then we analyze the main second order effects, discussing the simulation results in order to design CNTFETs having optimal technological characteristics.
|Development of Contingency Plan for Ceramic Industry
Vilson Menegon Bristot, Cleiton Correa da Rosa, Leopoldo Pedro Guimarães Filho, Simone Milioli da Luz and Vilmar Menegon Bristot
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 11 Issue 2, pp. 58-66, April 2018.
All production steps involving the manufacture of ceramic tiles can create a risk of large-scale accidents, which can affect the operation of the production unit, its employees, and the lives of the neighboring population. This work aims to establish a contingency plan that proposes actions to betaken in case of accidents. After the implementation of the plan, it is expected that the company is prepared for any occurrence of large companies and therefore, its consequences can be minimized to the maximum. For construction of the analysis of the contingency plan of each stage of the process, as well as the plant of the company seeking to evaluate the most critical points and that can generate greater accidents, after analysis of risk and severity, being possible the actions to be taken and the responsibilities in case of any occurrence of this kind.
|A Comprehensive Overview on Anaerobic Digestion of Solid Waste Comprising of Food Waste
Nupur Kesharwani, Dr. Samir Bajpai
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 11 Issue 2, pp. 67-77, April 2018.
Increase in human population, urbanisation, improvement and changes in life style have led to an exponential growth in food waste generation. Apart from environmental pollution due to excessive organic loading on the receiving natural systems, emissions of Green House Gases, scarcity of land and rising cost of waste disposal, increase in food wastage and its accumulation are becoming a critical challenge. While, life style corrections and better management practices are required to reduce the generation of food waste; proper collection, treatment and disposal is also a must to reduce the burden on the already overstretched natural resources. A review of different techniques with particular reference to the traits of nutrient production, eco-friendliness and fulfilment of energy requirements, are discussed. Conversion of food waste to biogas through anaerobic digestion provides a sustainable high calorific value energy source in the form of methane and also nutrient rich compost for soil and plants. Methane, being a non-conventional form of energy, reduces the green house emission potential by twelve times when used as a fuel. The anaerobic bio-digestion of the food waste with review of the important parameters and various techniques affecting the digestion performance has been presented.