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Volume 05 - Issue 07 (July 2020)


Title:
Human Resource Management read as Human Resource Eight, Nine, Ten – New Concept
Authors:
Prof. (Dr.) Koppula Rajanath
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 01 - 07, Vol 05 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract:
Human Resource Management (HRM) is one of the most important functions of an enterprise and is concerned with selection of right personnel for the right positions and deeply involves in the activities such as Planning, Organizing, Directing and Controlling. HRM is all pervasive in an organization and in this context, the process is also concerned with the productivity of human resource in any function of the enterprise. Productivity of an employee is the result of Training and Development that one undergoes and with this back ground, the employee is expected to contribute his best to the organization for its survival in a given competitive environment where in the competition ever grows and never decreases. Under such circumstances, the employee is expected to contribute his “best of the best” i.e. “Dantotsu”, a Japanese word, which means “Better than the Best” or the “Best of the Bests”. The new concept explains as to how the entire process of Training and Development results in to Productivity taking in to account the ingredients of inputs for implementing training and the parameters for measuring productivity.
Keywords:
Human Resource Management, Process, Training, Development, Productivity.
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Title:
Examining the Market Trends, Applications, and Innovations of the Wearable Technology Sector
Authors:
E. Daniel Kirby, Ravindra Thamma, An Nguyen, Pavan Patel
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 08 - 10, Vol 05 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract:
With this sector’s rapid technological advancements and market success,weare abletechnologycontinuestodominatetheelectronic industry. With applications ranging from fitness and healthcare to military use, these factors are used to help drive its ongoing success. Nevertheless, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the global market and the wellbeing of all those who are affected, companies have turned to wearable technology in hopes of developing devices that aid in self-monitoring health and wellbeing of both healthcare workers andpatients.
Keywords:
Wearable Technology, Market Innovations, Applications, COVID-19
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Title:
A comparative study for the organic Rankine cycle coupled with low-temperature grade waste energy source
Authors:
Ali H. Tarrad
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 11 - 26, Vol 05 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract:
The present work presents an evaluation comparison between a regenerative organic Rankine cycle (RORC) and a simple organic Rankine cycle (SORC) at two low evaporator temperature levels. The low-temperature waste heat source is to be available from an industrial sector at a temperature range of (160-200) °C. R-123, R-1233zd-E, R-245fa and R600a were studied as candidate working fluids at a boiling temperature of (130) °C superheated by (5-15) °C and condensed at (45) °C sub-cooled by (5) °C. A hypothetical organic Rankine cycle of nominal heat recovery of (10) kW was implemented for the evaluation of the cycle performance. The results indicated that all of the examined fluids gave close values of the expander power output and waste energy extraction. The R-600a and R-245fa exhibited the highest and lowest values of extracted waste energy and expander power output respectively. R-600a absorbed higher energy and produced a power output of (3) % higher than the values of R-245fa at (15) °C superheat degree. The regenerative organic Rankine cycle (RORC) showed higher thermal efficiency than that of the simple one by the range of (8-15) % for the test fluids and operating conditions. The attained maximum and minimum cycle thermal efficiencies were (12) % and (10.7) % for R-600a and R-1233zd-E respectively at (15) °C superheat degree. Increasing of the expander volumetric efficiency by (10) % has improved the thermal efficiency by the range of (10-11) % for the test fluids, it was as high as (13.5) %. The net cycle thermal efficiency of (SORC) showed an augmentation by (34-40) % when the evaporation temperature of the test fluids was increased from (90) °C to (130) °C at fixed superheat and subcooled degree conditions.
Keywords:
Organic Rankine Cycle, Regenerative, Hydrocarbons, Thermal Analysis
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Title:
The Future of Programmable Logic Controllers
Authors:
E. Daniel Kirby, Ravindra Thamma, Aqibjaved Bakawala, William Clark, Ryan Fazzino
Source:
International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications, pp 27 - 29, Vol 05 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract:
The effective operation of a Programmable Logic controller (PLC) in a process for robotics or manufacturing is integral to the proper operation of a process. The future of these systems is brighter than ever, as they become more compact, robust, and able to support evolving requirements for automation.
Keywords:
Automation, Human Machine Interface, Ladder Logic, Programmable Automation Controllers, Programmable Logic Controllers
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