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 Integrated Approach to Value Management and S... 
 
Abstract
 This research has investigated the current situation of Value Management (VM) and Sustainable Construction (SC) in the Indian construction industry with respect to various aspects such as client’s attitude towards the subject, barriers posed to implementation, its application in the construction industry, identification of gaps and overcoming the barriers and establishing the amount of knowledge of people about both the subjects, who work in the construction industry. It has also defined the principles of Sustainable Construction in three dimensions: environmental, economic and social.
The research findings have revealed that SC principles are not a major consideration in the Indian construction industry and many people who work in the Indian construction sector have little or no experience in sustainable development. On the contrary, VM has been in practice in the Indian construction industry for more than four decades and its application is mandatory in all governmental projects funded by Indian government. Hence, VM practitioners possess great experience, skills and knowledge. However, there are a number of barriers that could affect the VM performance in the Indian construction industry which are taken into account in t...
 
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Added By - Arpita Ghosh
Subject - Civil and Environmental Enginering
Document Type - MS Thesis
 
 
   
   

 

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 Experimental Study of Compressible Pipe Flow ... 
 
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Anna Ekblom Johan Gullman-Strand's (KTH Sweeden) work on compressible pipe flow with friction and heat addition. The aim of the presented work was to compare existing theoretical analysis with experimental results in the feld of compressible pipe ow in a straight circular pipe with constant cross section area subjected to wall friction and heat addition. The equations describing pipe ow subjected to friction have been rederived. Two different models have been compared. The experiments were conducted on four pipes differing in length and friction factor.Quantities such as total inlet pressure, total inlet temperature, static pressure distribution along the pipe, venturi nozzle pressure difference, power added, outlet dynamic pressure distribution and outlet total temperature have been measured in order to determine the dependence on heat addition and friction. There was no apparent effect of heating on the flow eld though the input power was entirely transfered to the ow. The inuence of friction seems to have the predicted effect, since the achieved outlet Mach numbers were similar for all four pipes for similar input conditions. Inn contrast to the theoretical model of one-dimensional ow, the outlet Ma...
 
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Added By - autocrawler
Subject - Mechanical Engineering
Document Type - MS Thesis
 
 
   
   

 

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 Physical Realization of Chaotic Behavior: A R... 
 
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 The chaotic behavior of uniformly hyperbolic systems is well known. Geodesic flows with negative Gaussian curvature are among the well characterized examples of such systems, as it is proved that a geodesic flow on a compact factor of the hyperbolic plane is an Anosov flow. However, surfaces with constant negative Gaussian curvature cannot be realized as an embedded surfaces in R^3 and hence were thought to be physically unrealizable until recently. On the other hand, it is known that every compact orientable surface of negative Euler characteristics, i.e. with genus more than one, supports a Riemannian metric of constant negative Gaussian curvature and it has been recently proved that for any compact orientable closed surface of genus greater or equal to zero, there exists a mechanical linkage, such that its configuration space is homeomorphic to the surface. To this end, another recent study identified a detailed numerical example of a triple mechanical linkage with a uniformly chaotic attractor. In this paper, this topic of physical realization of uniformly chaotic behavior is studied, understood and reviewed with necessary background materials.
 
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Added By - soumikpsu
Subject - Mathematics
Document Type - MS Thesis
 
 
   
   

 

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 Software issues encountered while modeling co... 
 
Abstract
 This is another excerpt from my master's thesis providing an objective discourse on the issues encountered while doing CFD modeling of continuous phenomena at the micro or nano level.
 
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Added By - Ipshita Chakraborty
Subject - Computer Science
Document Type - MS Thesis
 
 
   
   

 

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 Chemotaxis and morphogenesis-a review 
 
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 This document is the introductory portion of my master's thesis that was about the characterization of a passive/active diffusion microfluidic device. The thesis goes in details over the design as well as analytical and computational modeling of such devices. The introduction reviews the history of development of devices of this class.
 
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Added By - Ipshita Chakraborty
Subject - Biology
Document Type - MS Thesis
 
 
   
   

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