Series - 1 [July - 2020]

Paper Title :: Basic classification and processing of electrical steels
Author Name :: Vladimír Rohaľ || Emil Spišák || Peter Mulidrán || Janka Majerníková
Page Number :: 01-06
:: 10.9790/1813-0907010106   

Electrical steels are used across applications such as small relays, solenoids, electric motors, generators, and many other electromagnetic devices. It is used mainly in electrical power distribution systems and in automotive industry. Electrical steel is also referred to as silicon steel, transformer steel, or lamination steel. In this study is described the basic classification of electrical steels. In addition, main properties of electrical steels and the production process of these steels is described.

Keywords - Electrical steel, goss texture, grain – oriented electrical steel, non – oriented electrical steel, cutting gap

@article{key:article,
author = {Vladimír Rohaľ || Emil Spišák || Peter Mulidrán || Janka Majerníková},
title = {Basic classification and processing of electrical steels},
journal = {The International Journal of Engineering and Science},
year = {2020},
volume = {09},
number = {07},
pages = {01-06},
month = {July}
}
Paper Title :: Traffic signs detection and identification using NN and CNN
Author Name :: E. Kolberg
Page Number :: 07-19
:: 10.9790/1813-0907010719   

In recent years we face a substantial research efforts towards realization of autonomous cars [1]. The regulation in various countries has strict demands that the autonomous car will be safe at least as a car driven by a common driver is [2]. One stratum is developing an algorithm that gathers data from the environment and cause the car to act accordingly. Among various data types, the detection and identification of traffic signs is of major importance [3]. Since traffic signs enables proper driving, avoiding accidents, alert the driver of dangers along the route, etc., it is critical regarding car control.

@article{key:article,
author = {E. Kolberg},
title = {Traffic signs detection and identification using NN and CNN},
journal = {The International Journal of Engineering and Science},
year = {2020},
volume = {09},
number = {07},
pages = {07-19},
month = {July}
}
Paper Title :: Reliability centered maintenance for distribution system infrastructure in Nigeria
Author Name :: Chinweike Okoli || Roland Uhunmwangho || Ezugwu Kingsley
Page Number :: 20-30
:: 10.9790/1813-0907012030   

The study deals with the development of optimal maintenance model for distribution system infrastructure. The main objective is to minimize the total maintenance cost while maximizing the index of reliability of the whole system. In the proposed model, the limits of the indices, such as SAIDI and SAIFI, are considered as constraints of the maintenance programs. The RCM method has used the power interruption statistical data in analyzing the reliability indices of the distribution system. The result of the maintenance strategy has helped in deciding the appropriate maintenance selection to improve the system reliability, and minimize the interruption in the distribution system.

Keywords - Power System Reliability, Reliability-Centered Asset Maintenance (RCAM), Power System Maintenance, Preventive maintenance, Corrective Maintenance

@article{key:article,
author = {Chinweike Okoli || Roland Uhunmwangho || Ezugwu Kingsley},
title = {Reliability centered maintenance for distribution system infrastructure in Nigeria},
journal = {The International Journal of Engineering and Science},
year = {2020},
volume = {09},
number = {07},
pages = {20-30},
month = {July}
}
Paper Title :: Effect of Extrusion Technique on Microbiological Quality Assessment of Composite Flour Ready to Eat (RTE) Foods
Author Name :: Harini Venugopal || Jayaprakasha, H.M || Arun kumar, H
Page Number :: 31-35
:: 10.9790/1813-0907013135   

Composite flour based RTE food was formulated with Nutricereals (Finger millet, Foxtail millet, Little Millet) along with some of the functional ingredients such as whey protein concentrate and horse gram along with added sugar and other herbal ingredients. Composite flour: Corn-wheat (75: 25), 20 per cent sugar, 10 per cent horse gram and 8.0 per cent WPC comprised sweetened composite flour RTE food and 5% spice mix replacing sugar comprised spiced based composite flour RTE food respectively. Extruded products such as snack foods and breakfast cereals are considered microbiologically safe to eat because the raw materials are subjected to high temperatures (higher than 130°C) and the water activity of the product is between 0.1 and 0.4 because the product is dried to a moisture content of less than five per cent.........

Keywords - Minor millet, Finger millet, Foxtail millet, Little Millet, Horse gram, WPC, Composite flour, RTE food

@article{key:article,
author = {Harini Venugopal || Jayaprakasha, H.M || Arun kumar, H},
title = {Effect of Extrusion Technique on Microbiological Quality Assessment of Composite Flour Ready to Eat (RTE) Foods},
journal = {The International Journal of Engineering and Science},
year = {2020},
volume = {09},
number = {07},
pages = {31-35},
month = {July}
}