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Volume 4 Issue 2 (February 2017)

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Title : A Survey of Middlewares for Multi-Modal Interactions

Authors : Jinseok Seo

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The user interfaces in computing environments are becoming experience - oriented, diversified, and personalized from the WIMP (Widows, Icons, Mouse, and Pointer) interface, and a wide variety of interaction devices are continuously being developed to support these needs.  Therefore, in order to combine these new devices with existing application software, a method for connecting operating systems and the existing software is needed.  Researchers in various fields such as virtual reality, home appliances, and ubiquitous computing have studied middleware to solve this problem.  This paper is a survey of these middlewares.

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Title : Torsional oscillation model in circular shaft

Authors : Ahmet Latifi, Ismet Ibishi, Muharrem Zabeli

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In this paper is analyzed the phenomenon vibration of shaft rotation which in fact creates dynamic problems, has low work efficiency and creates deformation. It should be taken into consideration the equilibrium as well because might be caused large dynamic forces in the shaft and in the rotation element and must be equilibrated the rotating masses which are placed in the shaft and the machine itself should be equilibrated.

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Title : Application of Information and Communication Technology in Engineering for Effective Maintenance Management

Authors : Suleiman Abdulrahman, Saleh U.A., F. I Onuigbo

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This paper proposes an effective computerized maintenance management information system that offers proper maintenance management. It provides the Engineers with the timely information for sound decision making of the maintenance work, its application results in the reduction of response time, better accuracy of information, elimination of paper work, increase safety and centralization of the maintenance work, reduction in the annual maintenance cost, and detailed faults of each unit of the organization. The system was developed using Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Microsoft office Access 2010.

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Title : A Summary on CSR: When social issues become strategic

Authors : Ms. Kusum Joshi, Dr. Varsha Sharma, Ms. Khushbu Dubey, Dr. Pooja Dasgupta

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This articles deals with the challenges faced by the corporate in today’s world in attending to socio political issues surrounding them and inculcating that in the company’s core strategic mission.

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Title : The Vibration effect on the roughness surface of Ck35 steel during the turning operation

Authors : Ahmet Latifi, Astrit Shatri, Arsim Abazi, Ismet Ibishi

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Vibrations in the turning process are an important issue of instability in the metal cutting process. This phenomenon is characterized by violent vibrations, loud sounds, wear of the metal cutting tool and poor quality in the final surface.

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Title : Dust Explosion Hazard And Safety in Pharmaceutical Industries

Authors : Dr.(Ms.) Manju Mittal

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Some of the solid ingredients handled in pharmaceutical industries manufacturing oral solid dosage are combustible and have inherent explosion hazard. This article presents experimental results on explosion parameters- minimum  of some products and excipients- acetyl salicyclic acid, aminophenazone, ascorbic acid, benzoic acid, carboxy methyl cellulose, cellulose, citrus pellets, dextrin, dimethylaminophenazone, 2-Ethoxy-benzamide, glucose, isosorbide dinitrate/lactose(50:50),  L-cystine, lactose, methyl cellulose, paracetamol, polyethylene LDPE, sorbitol, starch-maize and sugar- processed in these facilities measured with CSIR-CBRI 20-L sphere, Hartmann apparatus and Godbert-Greenwald furnace. The data may be used for designing explosion safety measures for explosion-prone units and areas.

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