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Optimization for Process Parameter of MIG Welding For Stainless Steel (SS-304) and Mild Steel Using Taguchi and ANOVA Method

[Shalaka A. Mahajan, Er. N. K. Patil] Volume 3: Issue 3, Dec 2016, pp 57-61
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Abstract—Metal inert gas welding (MIG) is a gas welding process used in industries for various purposes. Apart from its application in industry it plays a very crucial role in the production of aerospace and aerodynamic structures. MIG welding is one of the modern and advanced methods used for joining two dissimilar materials. The aim of this research project is to determine the influence of various welding parameters. The two metals stainless steel SS304 and mild steel are join by MIG welding process. The parameters of MIG welding are optimized using Taguchi method. Nine experimental runs (L9) based on an orthogonal array Taguchi method were performed. This project presents the effect of welding parameters like welding speed, welding current and welding voltage. The ultimate tensile strength is calculated on UTM machine. The most significant factor and predicted optimal parameter setting is obtained by applying the ANOVA and signal to noise ratio (S/N ratio). Experiment with optimized parameter setting, is giving valid results. The confirmation test is conducted and found that results are closer to the optimized results. These results showed the successful correlation between experimental and statistical techniques.

Index Terms— MIG welding, optimization, orthogonal array, S/N ratio.
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Performance and Emission Characteristics of Waste Transformer Oil and its diesel blends

[Gaurav V. Bhawde, Devanand R. Tayade, Mukund A. Patil] Volume 3: Issue 3, Dec 2016, pp 52-56
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Abstract—Waste oils pose a very serious environment challenge because of their disposal problems all over the world. Currently, there is renewed interest in obtaining energy from wastes hitherto meant for disposal. These wastes are sources of energy and among the several sources of generating this energy are the waste-to-energy categories with potentials for useable fuel production. The biofuel is produced from the used transformer oil (WTO) by transesterification process using KOH, methanol. Single cylinder computerized research diesel engine made is used for experimental purpose. Experiments were conducted to evaluate the combustion, performance and emission parameters of a single cylinder, four strokes, air cooled, direct injection diesel engine, fueled with used transformer oil (WTO) and three of its diesel blends on varying the WTO concentration operation. There is an increase in thermal efficiency with significant improvement in reduction of smoke for WTO and its diesel blends compared to diesel. NO emission is higher for WTO and its diesel blends than that of diesel.

Index Terms— Waste Transformer Oil, Alternative Fuel, Diesel Engine, Transesterification
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Indium Chloride catalyzed [2+2] Cycloaddition reactions in an environmentally benign solvent system

[Abhijeet Lembhale] Volume 3: Issue 3, Dec 2016, pp 46-51
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ABSTRACT – Chemist have been painstakingly searching for an ideal solvent for organic reactions that possesses the following criteria : good Chemical & thermal stabilities ,low vapor pressure , low toxicity, high fluidity, wide liquid range, good solubility for a wide range of organic and inorganic reagents and ready recyclability. Indium Chloride catalyzes efficiently the cycladdition reactions of aryl imines with vinyl ether under mild reaction conditions to afford corresponding Azetidine in high yields with diastereoselectivity. Cycloaddition reaction is one of the most powerful synthetic routes for constructing nitrogen containing four membered heterocycles. Azetidine derivatives are an important class of compounds in the field of pharmaceuticals and exhibit a wide spectrum of biological activity including psychotropic,antiallergic,anti-inflammatory and estrogenic activity. Generally Lewis Acids [InCl3,Zn(BF4)2,LiBF4] are known to catalyze the cycloaddition reactions to produce Azetidine derivatives.It has contemplated exploring& utility of InCl3 as Lewis acid catalyst in presence of environmentally benign solvent systemto afford a new motifs whichhave potency as biologically active agents.
Keywords- Lewis Acid catalyst-InCl3,Green solvent ,[2+2] cycloaddition Reactions.
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