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Volume 04 - Issue 08 (August 2019)


Title:
Case Report Study on Importance and Challenges of Enterprise Systems in an Indian Companies: Tata
Authors:
Gopi Battineni
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 01 - 05, Vol 04 - No. 08, 2019
Abstract:
The success of any organization mainly depends on effective communication and mutual data exchange between the departments associated with third party members like customers, vendors, and outsourcers. However, it is not easy to exchange data between the departments with no time elapse. Sometimes it is hard to maintain active data exchange between departments located in different areas around the globe. To overcome problems like effective communication and improved working efficiency in the company, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) makes controlling all parts of the business with a single software. This report presents opportunities and challenges of the implementation of the ERP System in multinational companies of Indian economies.
Keywords:
ERP, Organization Planning, Resource Management, TATA Company
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Title:
Bioactive coatings on the Ti-6Al-4V alloy for biomedical application: a brief review
Authors:
Robert Saraiva Matos and Erveton Pinheiro Pinto
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 06 - 15, Vol 04 - No. 08, 2019
Abstract:
In order to obtain bioactivity in bone implants many biomaterials have been tested and often many of them have shown excellent results. In this regard, it is important that the biomaterial be considered safe and carry mechanical and biological properties that can make them functional. Among the most used bioactive materials for a better integration of the implant with the bone stands out Hydroxyapatite and Chitosan which are widely used biomaterials. This paper presents a review of the most commonly used bioactive coatings on Ti-6Al-4V alloy, which has been the most recommended alloy for implants today. Theoretical aspects addressed in various studies conducted in recent years were taken into consideration. The results show that this alloy has functioned as a promising substrate for implant development, with the improvement of important characteristics such as surface adhesion, corrosion and bioactivity.
Keywords:
Biomaterial; Ti-6Al-4V; Hydroxyapatite; Chitosan; Adhesion; Corrosion; Bioactivity
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