International Academic Research Journal of Engineering Sciences (IARJES) - ISSN 2414-6242 (Print)

International Academic Research Journal of Engineering Sciences (IARJES) is Double-blind peer-reviewed newly launched quarterly scientific journal published by Academic Research Publishers, aims at the development of knowledge in the field of engineering, technology, and related sciences. A major aim of the journal is to foster international exchange of ideas and experiences among scholars and practitioners with shared interests all over the world. All innovative, valuable, and useful articles as research or review papers or reports will be regarded. The Journal is devoted to the every direction of application of Engineering Sciences, both theoretical and experimental in nature. The wide areas of thrust include

• Electrical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Architectural Engineering
• Engineering Physics and Mathematics

Vol No. 2 Issue 1 : October 2017
EFFECT OF EPOXY RESIN IN FABRICATED RESIN TRANSFER MOLDING Pages From : 01-14
Author(s) : Boobesh Nathan.V,Joshi James,Jithu K Thampi
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     Polymer composites becomes the most important and versatile theme of research. Production of the same implies the method of compression molding, injection molding, hand lay-up method etc. in this chapter, we specifically deal with resin transfer molding and their important parameters for manufacturing polymer composites. Two pistons with reverse motion mechanism are provided for resin flow process. Whereas, the separate hopper used for hardener flow process. Finally the mixing of resin and hardener is done by pneumatic gun setup.

MODELLING OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY USING CHLORIDE AND TOTAL DISSOLVED PARAMETERS IN NETRAVATHI AND GURPUR RIVER CONFLUENCE, INDIA Pages From : 15-31
Author(s) : K. J. Sylus,H. Ramesh
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     In India the groundwater was depended more for industries, agriculture and domestic uses. Most of the time the groundwater gets contaminated due to Industrial waste and excess pumping in coastal aquifer. To know about contamination or chances of contamination Groundwater quality parameter analysis contributes the major role in identifying the contamination. In this study, the Chloride (Cl) and Total dissolved solids (TDS) chemical parameters are considered for the groundwater quality analysis. This analysis was carried out as per Bureau of Indian standards (2012) and World health organisations (2004). As per the standards the permissible limit of Cl was between 250-1000 mg/l and the permissible limit of TDS are 500–2000 mg/l. Based on the groundwater quality result, the groundwater system was modelled using Groundwater modelling software (GMS) in which the FEMWATER package used for flow and transport. The FEMWATER package works in the principle of finite element method. The base input data of model include elevation, Groundwater head, First bottom and second bottom of the study area. The modelling results of Cl and TDS shows the spatial occurrence of contamination in the study area of Netravathi and Gurpur river confluence at the various time period. Further, the results of the modelling also show that the contamination occurs up to a distance of 519m towards the freshwater zone of the study area.

DIGITAL IMAGE HIDING USING TRANSFORMATION TECHNIQUES Pages From : 32-36
Author(s) : V. Prasathkumar,A. Deepalakshmi
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     This paper presents about image hiding techniques are watermarking, stegnography and curvelet transform. The techniques are used to hide the image Firstly, apply the curvelet transform to original image to change the resolution of the given image; Secondly, apply the histogram technique is for a graphical representation of original image. Transform to the original image and the open image, gaining their curvelet coefficients. Thirdly, interpolate their curvelet coefficients; finally, reconstruct the image by using Inverse curvelet Transform, to get the resultant image. Simulation results show that this approach is easy to use and provides best strategy for image hiding. This technique makes use of curvelet transform which represents the latest research result on multi-resolution analysis. It converts the image into curvelet transform numerical representation and then the vice-versa operation is made to get the original image.

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