Volume 6 Issue 3 (Special Issue)

Volume 6 Issue 3 (Special Issue)


Proceedings of ‘Global Meet on Advances in Design, Materials & Thermal Engineering [GMADMT-2018]’, 11th& 12th January 2018. Organized by Saraswati College of Engineering, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, MS, India

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Sr. No. Title Author’s Name(s) Abstract Page Nos. Article
1. Comparative Phytochemical Analysis of Ampelocissus latifolia Roots
Using Various Solvents
Deepika Patil, Sindhu Tayade & Sunita Pal In our country many plants are known for their medicinal properties and are widely used for the treatment of various diseases. Ampelocissus latifolia is one of the ethanomedicinal plants belonging to vitaceae family. It is large herbaceous climber with circular, broad leaves and tuberous roots. Ampelocissus latifolia is commonly known as wild grapes and widely used by local communities to cure number of health problems. These therapeutic uses are due to presence of biologically active compounds present in plants which are termed as phytochemicals or phyto constituents.Click Here To Read More 01-03 DOWNLOAD PDF
2. Synthesis and Biotic Examination of 5-Arylidene- 4-Thiazolidinone Derivatives S. V. Kathale and S. E. Bhandarkar Various substituted 5-arylidene-4-thiazolidinones offshoot were coalescence in superb output by the reaction of Knoevenagel condensation. Skeleton of currently synthesised compounds were set up on the basis of their elementary conclusive test Infra red and 1H NMR spectral reports. The coalescence were examine for their antibacterial action versus Gram +Ve ( S. Aureus and B. Subtilis ) and Gram –Ve (P. aeruginosa and E. coli) microbes.Click Here To Read More 04-07 DOWNLOAD PDF
3. Synthesis, Characterization and Examination of Antimicrobial Action of
2-Azetidinone Derivatives
S. V. Kathale, S. S. Mamidwar, S. E. Bhandarkar B. P. Khobragade In our resent study the Schiff bases are undergo cyclization accompanying chloroacetylchloride in triethylamine to produce the corresponding 2-azetidinones. Structures of the recently blended 2-azetidinone derivatives fixed on the basis of spectral details (IR, 1H NMR). Further, all compounds examine for antimicrobial action such as Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, gram negative bacteria and Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, gram positive bacteria. These titles compounds show potent activity.Click Here To Read More 08-10 DOWNLOAD PDF
4. Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Activity of 3,7-substituted-1[(5-aryl-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl)methyl]pyrazin-2-(1H)-one and quinoxalin-2-(1H)-one Derivatives S. S. Dhok, S. E. Bhandarkar, S. S. Mamidwar 3,7-Substituted-1[(5-aryl-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl)methyl]-pyrazin-2-(1H) one and quinoxalin-2-(1H)-one derivatives were synthesized from ethyl(3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrazin 1(2H)-yl)-acetohydrazide and quinoxalin-1- (2H)-yl)-acetohydrazide with substituted aromatic carboxylic acid &phosphorous oxychloride ,which was refluxed for 8 hr. The product was then poured to ice cold water, neutralized with sodium bicarbonate. The compounds thus synthesized have been characterized by chemical, physical and spectral data.Click Here To Read More 11-13 DOWNLOAD PDF
5. Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation of 3,7 substituted-1[(5-sulfanyl-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl)methyl]pyrido[2,3-b]pyrazin-2(1H)-onederivatives S. S. Dhok & S. E. Bhandarkar Ethyl-(3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrido-[2,3-b]-pyrazin-1-(2H)-yl)acetate were synthesized from 3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrido-[2,3-b]-pyrazin-1-(2H)-yl on condensation with ethyl chloroacetate.Ethyl(3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrido-[2,3-b]-pyrazin-1-(2H)-yl)-acetohydrazide were synthesised from the reaction ofethyl(3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrido-[2,3-b]-pyrazin-1-(2H)-yl) acetatewith hydrazine hydrate. The compounds of 3,7-substituted-1-[(5-sulfanyl-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl) methyl]-pyrido-[2,3-b]-pyrazin-2-(1H)-one were synthesised from ethyl(3,7-substituted-2-oxo-pyrido [2,3-b]-pyrazin-1-(2H)-yl)-acetohydrazideon cyclisation with carbon disulphide in methanolic potassium hydroxide.Click Here To Read More 14-16 DOWNLOAD PDF
6. Problem of Pure Potable Water in the Rural Areas of District Jaunpur of
Uttar Pradesh
Poonam Pandey & Ankita Sharma Jaunpur district was carved out of Allahabad and lies between 25022’30’’ and26010’00” north latitude and 82006’00” and 83000’00” east longitude in survey of India toposheet 63K and 63J. Total geographical area of the district is 4038 sq. km. District head quarter is at Jaunpur having 06 number of tehsils and 21 number of blocks. Agriculture is the main source of economy of the district. Both surface and ground water are used for irrigation. The net irrigated area is 243519 Ha and the net area sown is 278527 Ha, which shows that.Click Here To Read More 17-19 DOWNLOAD PDF
7. Sustainable Manufacturing: Performance Evalution of a Nonconventional
Cutting Fluid
Rahul Katna, Vimal Katiyar and Sunita Pal Conventional cutting fluids pose serious risk to the environment. The carcinogenic additives in the cutting fluids have a negative health effect on the workers as well. These can infiltrate inside through nasal passage fumes and through contact and thereby causing various types of skin and respiratory diseases. Skin irritation is commonly reported by workers working in such environments where such cutting fluids are used.Click Here To Read More 20-24 DOWNLOAD PDF
8. Effective Methods of Scheduling Sayali C. and Ritu K. Scheduling is a term which we used in our day to day life. It is a plan prepared for smooth conduction of any activity. Schedule gives us the answer of the question ‘when’. In industries scheduling plays an important role for getting maximum output using available resources and raw material. One of the important tasks is designing model to understand the schedule and finding the solution for the problem. There are several methods of machine scheduling which are often used in production. A model may be of single machine or multiple machine models. Depending on number of machines the optimization techniques are developed and used.Click Here To Read More 25-28 DOWNLOAD PDF
9. Study of Some Prominent Fractional Type of Derivatives and Integrals, and Solution by Sumudu Transform Method to Ordinary Differential Equations of Fractional Order Seema V. Lathkar There are various numerical and analytical methods available for solving the fractional type ordinary differential equations. Applying the Sumudu integral transform, these equations can be solved with more accuracy. This method can be applied to solve differential equations of fractional and non-fractional,homogeneous and nonhomogeneous type.Click Here To Read More 29-31 DOWNLOAD PDF
10. Introduction of Some Integral Transfroms Zarana Ghiya This paper is defined the types of Integral Transforms. The generalized finite Mellin Integral Transforms in [0,a], which is mentioned in the paper by Derek Naylor and Lokenath Debnath. In this paper I also introduce Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform. The number method is used to find the time domain function from its frequency domain equivalent.Click Here To Read More 32-34 DOWNLOAD PDF
11. Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Study of Hydantoin Derivatives S. E. Bhandarkar Various hydantoin derivatives were synthesized in moderate to excellent yield. Aurone derivatives and urea dissolved in ethanol then 10% KOH was added, shake well & reflux for 3 hrs. Allow the reaction mixture to cool. It was then decomposed in acedified dil HCl with constant stirring, solid thus obtained was washed with NaHCO3 dried and recrystalised from ethanol to get hydantoin derivative. To check purity of compound Thin Layer Chromatography was used.Click Here To Read More 35-37 DOWNLOAD PDF
12. Synthesis and Spectroscopic Studies of Some Lanthanon Complexes of N, O Donor Schiff’s Bases (2, 6-Diacetylpyridine-2-Furoyl Salicyldihydrazone) Shobh Nath Pandey & S. P. Tripathi The 2,6-diacetyl pyridine-2-furoyl salicyldihydrazone Schiff’s base synthesized and reacted with LnCl3,the molecular formula [Ln(H2dapfhsh)Cl(H2O)2]Cl has been established for the complexes from analytical molar conductance data. Based on the results and discussion given below,it is concluded that the complexes have 1:1 metal- ligand stoichiometry. The hydrazone is bonded to the metal ions in tetradentate fashion through the carbonyl oxygen, azomethine nitrogens and pyridine nitrogen.Click Here To Read More 38-41 DOWNLOAD PDF
13. Medicinal Properties of Natural Colourants/Dyes from Plants Sindhu V. Tayade, Deepika Patil, Sunita Pal & Sandeep singh Gaur Now a days worldwide demand for natural dyes has increased due to the awareness and beneficial properties of natural dyes. The medicinal plants are widely used for curing various types of diseases .The natural dyes from these plants having several applications in textiles, cosmetics, inks, pharmaceutical paper industries etc. The natural dyes existing different shades of colours depends on metabolic functional groups. The present review, describes the information regarding the basic chemistry of plant pigments in relation to medicinal properties which may useful to further development of pharmaceutical formulations.Click Here To Read More 42-48 DOWNLOAD PDF
14. A Review on Aquasilencer-A Controller to Reduce the Noise Pollution Chaitali. D. Sonawane, S. P. Waghmare, Nandini. N. Raul, Vijayalakshmi. K. Kamaraj & Ankita. T. Sabale In this modern era we are facing various problems. But as the technology is going on increasing day by day various industries, chemical factories have been raised up. Due to this our India is facing a major problem which is “Air Pollution”. There are many types of Pollution but apart from this air pollution has been going on increasing day by day. The causes of air pollution is due to various harmful gases released from the height of chimneys, also due to vehicles etc.Click Here To Read More 49-51 DOWNLOAD PDF
15. Effects of Mercury Chloride on Oxygen Consumption & Behaviourl Changes to Freshwater Fish, Cyprinus carpios Vijay D. Suryawanshi, Padmakar. B. Deshmukh & Sandeep R. Gaur The rate of oxygen consumption was measured in mercury chloride treated freshwater fish, cyprinus carpio for 96h and compared to control group. The present investigation showed that average oxygen rate was decreased in all treated animal as compared to controlled group. Behavioural changes was also recorded in both concentration. The behavioural alterations observed like surfacing, erratic movement, increased mucous secretion, decreased opercular movement and loss of balance. The present study revealed that, mortality rate increased with increases in concentration.Click Here To Read More 52-54 DOWNLOAD PDF
16. Review on Chemical Bath Deposition Technique Sunita Pal, Deepika patil and SindhuTayade In recent year demands of semiconductor devices to use solar energy in different work has lead to study on chemical bath deposition method. As it is the simplest method to deposit uniform, stable and reproducible thin films and nanomaterials. This paper is a short review which tells us the scope of this technique in the field of photovoltaics.The growth of thin film depends mainly upon the time, temperature, and concentration of metal ion and the nature of the substrate used for study.Click Here To Read More 55-57 DOWNLOAD PDF
17. Optimization of Gating System in Jewelry Investment Casting: A Review Jyotsna Sinha, Nilesh Ghongade & Madhukar Sorte Investment casting is a foundry process specially applied to jewelry and for complex metallic shapes to be produced in volume. As the metal and materials used in this process are very precious so getting defects after casting is huge loss to the company. Raw metal and materials used are usually gold, diamond and platinum. This paper deals with to control the casting defects by controlling the parameters applied to the jewelry investment casting. There are many defects like shrinkage porosity, gas porosity, inclusion, nonfills and cracks occurred during casting.Click Here To Read More 58-60 DOWNLOAD PDF
18. The Light Pollution Definition, Causes and Recommendations to Moderate
Light Pollution
Rekha Jawale, Prakhash Bhadane, Suhas Sabnis Pollution causes many behavioral, health and mental issues. The objective of this paper is mainly to study concept of light pollution and their recommendations that can be implemented to reduce the light pollution and make the life of people full of gaiety. The main cradles of light pollution are presence of glare, clutters etc. the study reveals that the light pollution affects animal’s sleep, their behavior and also affects the growth of plants which is of major concern. It is also believed that lights on street, house lights attract to insects towards it.Click Here To Read More 61-63 DOWNLOAD PDF
19. Hydrothermally Derived Cu2ZnSnS4 Nanocomposite for Photovoltaic Applications Jitendra P. Sawant & Rohidas B. Kale Cu2ZnSnS4 nanocomposites were synthesized via facile hydrothermal method. The structural, compositional and morphological properties were investigated. The X-ray diffraction study revealed that the Cu2ZnSnS4 synthesized exhibit, kesterite phase Cu2ZnSnS4. The field emission scanning electron microscope images showed the highly compact microsphere morphology.Click Here To Read More 64-67 DOWNLOAD PDF
20. Effect of Metal Doping on Bandgap of Titanium Dioxide Anatase Nanoparticles Manasi M. Karkare/td>

In this study, nanoparticles of undoped titanium dioxide were prepared using precursor Titanium tertbutoxide via Sol gel technique. Using a single process, Co, Cu, Fe, Ni and Zn doped TiO2 nanoparticles were prepared by simply changing the precursor dopant metal salt. The nanostructures were characterised by a Scanning Electron Microscope, XRD, and Ultraviolet visible Spectroscopy. SEM confirmed the size of nanoparticles nearly 9 to 20 nm. XRD analysis proved that the position of peaks was not affected by doping.Click Here To Read More 68-72 DOWNLOAD PDF
21. Thermally Activated Flux Flow and Upper Critical Field of SmFeAsO0.8F0.2 Pnictide Superconductor Poonam Rani, A. K. Hafiz and V. P. S. Awana In this article, we report the superconducting property of SmFeAsO0.8F0.2 sample. The compound of interest is crystallized in tetragonal having P4/nmm space group and lattice parameters are a = 3.925(1) Å and c = 8.463(3) Å. From R-T measurement the superconducting transition is found at around 50.9 K. The upper critical field Hc2(0) being determined from ρ(T)H measurements with 90% criteria of normalised resistivity, is ∼959 Tesla.Click Here To Read More 73-76 DOWNLOAD PDF
22. A Review of Different Measurement Techniques of Dielectric properties
and Subsequent Applications
Suhas Sabnis, Prakash A. Bhadane & K. S. Kanse In the current paper attempt is made towards introduction of some dielectric material properties. Introduction to different dielectric principals as well as dielectric properties with relevance to Agricultural products by use of Measurement techniques with frequencies in the range from (Radio to Microwaves) low to high are also discussed. Identified reference to these properties and possible applications in different research works carried so far are also summarized in this paper.Click Here To Read More 77-80 DOWNLOAD PDF