Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research (JSIR)

This oldest journal of NISCAIR (started in1942) carries comprehensive reviews in different fields of science & technology (S&T), including industry, original articles, short communications and case studies, on various facets of industrial development, industrial research, technology management, technology forecasting, instrumentation and analytical techniques, specially of direct relevance to industrial entrepreneurs, debates on key industrial issues, editorials/technical commentaries, reports on S&T conferences, extensive book reviews and various industry related announcements.It covers all facets of industrial development. Impact Factor of JSIR is 0.729 (JCR 2019).

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Vol 80, No 02 (21)

Table of Contents

Rural Development Technology

Design and Evaluation of Portable Compound Cattle Feed Pelleting Machine for Farm-level Feed Production

D J, Shrinivasa ; Mathur, Shailendra Mohan; Khadatkar, Abhijit 105-114

Chemical Technology

Solvent treatment on cloud point for dewaxing in crude oil industries

Dewaxing condition of all type of crude oil controlled by the cloud point temperature; the temperature where dissolved solids are no longer completely soluble, precipitating as a second phase giving the fluid a gloomy appearance. Ultrasound techniques was applied in Indian crude oil to confirm an optimum blended chemical which changes the thermo dynamical equilibrium with a suitable operating environment capable to decrease the cloud point temperature to improve the quality of crude oil analysis. Experiments were conducted on three solvent to crude oil ratios (10: 1, 15: 1 and 20: 1) for temperature range of 10°C to 50°C, with ultrasonically determined blended chemicals for appearance of bright spots on a black background for better separation. The dewaxing process was compared with two different diluents in a common extractant in terms of the efficiency of extraction and microscopic observation for wax appearance in crude oil. The results of dewaxing compared in terms of the efficiency of extraction and microscopic image visualization on crude oil. The data recorded with diluents of low carbon chain was found more suitable as compared to immediate higher carbon chain and discussed in terms of different influencing factors like oil solvent ratio, effect of temperature, settling time and influence of ultrasonic wave.

Nath, Ganeswar 115-121

An Adaptive Tracking for Moving Targets in Shadows and poor Illuminations

Pragadeeswari, C.Karthika ; G, Yamuna 122-128

Computer Science & Information Technology

Non-dominated Sorting Social Group Optimization algorithm for multiobjective optimization

Satapathy, Suresh Chandra; Naik, Anima ; Jena, Junali Jasmine 129-136
Simulation and modelling of hybrid heuristics distribution algorithm on flow shop scheduling problem to optimize makespan in an Indian manufacturing industry PDF
Singh, Harpreet ; Oberoi, Jaspreet Singh; Singh, Doordarshi 137-142

A blank optimization by effective reverse engineering and metal forming analysis


Realization of Autonomous Sensor Networks with AI based Self-reconfiguration and Optimal Data Transmission Algorithms in resource constrained nodes

A New Approach for Movie Recommender System using K-means Clustering and PCA PDF
Yadav, Vikash ; Shukla, Rati ; Tripathi, Aprna ; Maurya, Anamika 159-165

Energy Technology & Management

Impact of Alumina Nanoadditives on Operation and Emission Attributes of Diesel Engine

Sharma, P ; Chauhan, N R; Saraswat, M 166-171

Combination of woody and grass type biomass: waste management, influence of process parameters, yield of bio-oil by pyrolysis and its chromatographic characterization

Sowmya Dhanalakshmi, C ; Madhu, P ; Karthick, A ; Vigneshkumar, R 172-180

Waste Utilization & Management

Utilization of Eureka Lemon Peel for Development of Value Added Product

Gupta, Neeraj 181-185

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