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 Business Plan for Online Money Transfer  
 
Abstract    

This is a detailed business plan proposing an online money transfer system, very similar to what PayPal is today, that we proposed to a panel of Indian VCs in 2001 but was not funded on assumptions that Reserve Bank of India will not allow such radically different money transfer methods to be implemented. The plan, proposed at the same time when PayPal was also just getting started, allowed online transfer of money, virtual cash and micro payments, .

 
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Added By - A Ghosh
Subject - Business and Management
Document Type - Patents and Inventions
 
   
   

 

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 Tunable Thermal Conductivity  
 
Abstract    

This paper lists methods for tuning and enhancing thermal conductivity. Heat transfer applications have a lot of challenges such as, raise the thermal conductivity, control thermal conductivity to be changeable within the same application, and working in very accurate applications like micro combustors and electronic etc. All these requirements couldn’t be achieved by the traditional methods of heat transfer. Therefore, a lot of techniques which are related mainly to the nanotechnology are working on these issues. In this paper we will subjected to some of the methods of tuning thermal conductivity in order to control the heat transfer process.

 
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Added By - ajayvs
Subject - Mechanical Engineering
Document Type - Term Paper
 
   
   

 

Title          
 The Combustion of Aluminum in Solid Rocket Pr...  
 
Abstract    

The trophy piece of technology in any modern rocket system is without question the liquid bi-propellant engine. Despite their sophistication, power, and precision the workhorse responsible for launching men and machines into space is based on solid rocket technology more than 700 years old. The earliest historical use of gunpowder dates back to the 300 B.C where in modern day China bamboo tubes filed with gunpowder were thrown into fires during celebrations, the noise warding away evil spirits. 500 years later in 1232 A.D at the battle of Kai-fung-fu the Chinese military used the first recorded rockets against the invading Mongol Horde. As the Mongols moved through china, they took emerging technologies with them and by 1241 A.D, the rocket had made it to the battlefields of Europe. By 1300 A.D, arsenals around Europe had some rocket technology, based entirely on the use of gunpowder for propulsive motive. A lack of control over rocket trajectories hindered much development by western militaries, who also found the tendency of a misguided missile to start a fire counterproductive. In the Eighteenth century, work had begun on developing a more powerful propellant, and although some progress had been made the independent work of Rob...

 
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Added By - ajayvs
Subject - Aeronautics and Astronautics
Document Type - Term Paper
 
   
   

 

Title          
 Metro Station Complex- A Public Realm  
 
Abstract    

Light Rail Transit System for India-Bangalore.
The beneficial aspects of the metro rail development are listed below

1. Reduced traffic density on roads
2. Reduced Travel time and safety
3. Reduced in overall fuel consumption in the city
4. Reduction in urban air pollution
5. Reduction in noise levels
6. Reduction in road accidents
7. Improvement in city road conditions
8. Employment opportunities and improvement in rural economy
9. Benefits in the form of transfer of technology
10. Enhanced rural economy
11. Saving in productive man-hours due to rapid mode of transport
12. Reduction in green house gases emission
13. Reduced need for expansion of roads, laying new roads, flyovers etc
14. Better environmental landscape, aesthetics
15. Boost to industry, trade, commerce, communication and culture

 
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Added By - Arpita Ghosh
Subject - Architecture
Document Type - UG Research
 
   
   

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