Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Performance Analysis

Presentation study of Four Stroke Single Cylinder CI Engine by means of Karanja Biodiesel-Diesel Blends

Ravindra Pratap Singh; Vikas Kumar Sharma; Risabh Chaturvedi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 325-332

In different researches many different types of alternative fuels are utilized. In view of expositive expression review, it will be inferred that to c's i engine, Bio-diesel will be those most guaranteeing elective fuel. In this venture meets expectations prospects and chances from claiming using 100% immaculate Karanja biodiesel And expanding Karanja biodiesel-diesel mix proportion Similarly as a attempting fuel clinched alongside diesel motor will be setting off on make contemplated by evolving motor loads. Additionally dependent upon experimentation practically ideal mix Also motor parameters are will be prescribed for getting better execution. Karanja biodiesel displays a guaranteeing situation from claiming attempting Likewise elective fills on fossil diesel fuel. Those properties about Karanja biodiesel could make compared satisfactorily with the aspects needed to i c's motor fills uncommonly c i motor. Examinations will be performed to five motor loads, i. E. 1,3,5,7 Also 9 kg utilizing immaculate diesel fuel And blends o Karanja biodiesel-diesel i. E. K10, K20, K40, K60, K80, immaculate Karanja biodiesel with steady speed of diesel motor. Those parameters which will examine On execution need aid brake warm efficiency, shown warm efficiency, particular fuel consumption, mechanical effectiveness and fuel utilization. The consequences of experiments observed with biodiesel blends arecompared with that of baseline pure diesel. In the consequences its being found that the K20 Biodiesel blend has more promising results having lesser fuel consumption.

Multi-Attribute Performance Analysis Model For Collaborative Cloud Environment Using TCP

VelMurugeshKumar. N; R. Nedunchelian

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 73-90

The problem of collaborative computing in the cloud environment has been well studied. Several approaches available to handle the issue of collaborative computing and still suffer to achieve higher performance in different QoS parameters. The performance of various simulation models has been analyzed for different parameters in this paper. To improve performance an efficient multi-attribute performance analysis model has been presented. The method first presents a collaborative content sharing strategy (CCSS) which maintains a dual copy of any resource in the cloud which has been accessed by different users. The method enforces an attribute-based update restriction (ABUR) algorithm which uses different keys to restrict malicious updating from different users. The public auditing has been enforced with ABUR and CCSS algorithms. The multi-attribute performance analysis model estimates various QoS parameters like throughput, completion, and public auditing on various simulation models of the cloud environment. A testbed is generated to simulate the performance of different cloud computing tools in a collaborative environment. The performance of simulation models has been measured and compared with the results of other models in detail

Tactical Performance Analysis of Malaysian Youth Karate Exponents

Aida AZMI; Nor Fazila Abd MALEK; Jeffrey F.L. LOW

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5857-5862

The aim of this study was to analyse the tactical performance of youth karate exponents during the Malaysia Games, 2018. A total of 104 kumite matches, consisted of 52 men and 52 women were recorded during the games and analysed the frequency of attacking and defending using Longomatch® software. Non parametric Kruskal Wallis statistical analysis was used to compare the effectiveness of attacking and defensive by gender and performance of successful and unsuccessful athletes. The findings of this study showed that the male athletes were more effective in attacking than females. However, no differences by gender in the effectiveness of defending. This study also found that successful exponents were more effective in attacking for male and defending for both gender compared to unsuccessful athletes.