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S.No. Article Title & Authors (Volume 12, Issue 6, December - 2019) Page Nos. Status
1. Battery Design: Natural Materials For Energy Microgeneration
Dalarosa, Regiane Fernandes, Carolina Fernandes and Candido, Luis Henrique Alves
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 12 Issue 6, pp. 80-88, December 2019.
Technological advances in portable electronic devices and their consumption pattern has stimulated the demand for smaller-sized, more efficient batteries. However, the tradeoff of the materials components of the batteries are heavy metals and present high toxicity, which brings about safety of use and disposal concerns. One of the components of the batteries involving important environmental and safety impacts are the electrolytes; for example, sulfuric acid, highly reactive and corrosive to metals and skin, present in lead-acid batteries widely employed in automobile industry. As an alternative electrolyte, this work presents the physical-chemical and electrochemical characterization of just-extracted orange juice as battery electrolyte, considering its renewable source, high availability and easiness of disposal. Juice has been studied from three fruit Citrus sinensis species: "ValĂȘncia", "Navelina" and "Ceu". The best performance corresponded to "ValĂȘncia", whose pH was the lowest (3.37) and conductivity the highest (4.16 mS); in addition, this electrolyte developed the highest potential difference between Cu and Zn (0.9 V).
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2. Industry Concepts 4.0 Associated With the Dynamic Capacity Approach in the Manufacture of Medical and Hospital Products for Radioprotection Applied to Nuclear Medicine
Adriano Machado Becker, Andresa Schneider, Joao S. Finamor
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 12 Issue 6, pp. 89-98, December 2019.
The research presents the implementation of concepts of the industry 4.0 under the approach of the dynamic capacity in the economy of the industrialization of products and equipment for the radioprotection applied in nuclear medicine. The use of dynamic capacity makes it a direct link channel and enables the identification of strengths and opportunities within the company. The impacts of the fourth industrial revolution have brought about profound productive changes in companies and all the technology applied in them is involved in creating a new working environment. In a decentralized and highly connected manner, Industry 4.0 develops strategies to more efficiently leverage the information generated in industries, bringing new opportunities and incentives to innovate and compete globally. The strategy of manufacturing new products through the new industrial revolution allows the company to be independent of third parties, reducing the cost of production, increasing profits, having more autonomy and dominating its own technology.
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3. Entrepreneurship Opportunities Innovations and Ecosystem
Kshitij Shinghal, Amit Saxena
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 12 Issue 6, pp. 99-103, December 2019.
With recent developments and efforts by the government everyone is aware and has understood the importance of including study of entrepreneurship in curriculum. That is why there is a shift of entrepreneurship course from elective course or a single chapter in subject to a full-fledged course. This paper focuses on identifying entrepreneurship opportunities innovations and ecosystem for engineering students specially taking into consideration Moradabad city. Moradabad is famous for exporting brass and other metal handicraft items. It is also known as brass city of India.
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