SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE <h2 data-fontsize="18" data-lineheight="27"><strong>SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE</strong></h2> <p><strong>IJOSCIENCE (International Journal Online of Science<em>)</em>&nbsp; is an international peer-reviewed Journal which publishes monthly. IJOSCIENCE has been granted ISSN&nbsp;&nbsp;No 2455-0108 in the year 2015.</strong></p> <h3 class="fusion-page-title-bar fusion-page-title-bar-none fusion-page-title-bar-left">Publication Model</h3> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4><strong>IJOSCIECE is an Open Access journal and we don’t receive any grant by any organization, hence we ask our authors to pay Article Processing Charge (APC). 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This study main objective of the study reduce the overall weight of the chassis with help of FEA method. Increase the overall strength of the chassis. Calculated the stress and deformations at different loading conditions. Proposed the best suitable material for chassis design. This results are the total weight of the chassis reduce up to 37 kg. And total deformation and equivalent stress was 26.285mm and10.441mpa. The FEA Analysis Of Tata Ace Chassis design is built with low density carbon fiber (1298Kg/m3) since it is a less weight and has an excellent strength weight ratio and shows good bending and torsion stiffness comparing with other material hence FEA Analysis Of Tata Ace Chassis with carbon fiber material is a best alternative design for the light weight chassis design.</strong></p> Shiv Kumar Pandit Arun Patel Copyright (c) 2020 2020-06-10 2020-06-10 6 6 1 10 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.289 A Review on Unstructured Data using k-Mean Algorithm <p><strong>Unstructured data are the data without identifiable structure, audio, video and images are few examples. Clustering one of the best techniques in the knowledge extraction process. It is nothing but a grouping of similar data to form a cluster. The distance between the data in one cluster and the other should not be less. Many algorithms are practiced for clustering, in that k-mean clustering is one of the popular terms for cluster analysis. The main aim of the algorithm is to partition the dataset into k clusters based on some computational value. The limitation of k-mean clustering is that it can be applied to either structured or unstructured, not in combination with both. This paper overcomes that limitation by proposing a new k –mean algorithm for extracting hidden knowledge by forming clusters from the combination of unstructured datasets.</strong></p> Akhilesh Sharma Copyright (c) 2020 2020-06-03 2020-06-03 6 6 11 14 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.290 FEA Analysis of Double Tube Heat Exchanger on Variable Baffle Pitch for Optimizing Thermal Efficiency <p><strong>The main objective of this work is to compare different configurations of helical baffles in the cold fluid side of a double tube heat exchanger.</strong> <strong>For this analysis double pipe heat exchangers are divided into three different domains such as two fluid domains hot fluid in the inner tube and cold fluid in the outer pipe and a solid domain as helical baffles on inner tube of hot fluid. The hot water flows inside the heat exchanger tube, while the cold fluid flows in the outer side in the direction of counter flow. Mass flow rate cold fluid was varied from 0.1 kg/s to 0.3 kg/s while the flow rate in the inner tube i.e. hot water was kept constant at 0.1 kg/s. the inlet temperature of hot fluid taken as 40<sup>o</sup>C while Cold fluid inlet temperature taken as 15<sup>o</sup>C. The fluent software is used to calculate the fluid flow and heat transfer in the computational domains. The governing equations are iteratively solved by the finite volume formulation with the SIMPLE algorithm. Results show that that the maximum temperature drop of 10.9 <sup>o</sup>C for hot fluid and the maximum temperature rise of 11.9 <sup>o</sup>C for cold fluid are observed at 0.3 kg/sec mass flow rate for </strong><strong>double pipe heat exchanger with double helical baffles</strong><strong>. It has been also observed that the heat transfer coefficient increasing with the increasing in the mass flow rate of cold fluid. The overall heat transfer coefficients differ significantly by 20.4 % at same mass flow rate, because the considerable difference between heat transfer surface area on the inner and outer side of the tube resulting in a prominent thermal enhancement of the cold fluid.</strong></p> Anil Kumar Rashmi dwivedi Sanjay Chhalotre Copyright (c) 2020 2020-06-03 2020-06-03 6 6 15 28 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.291 Optimized Thermal Efficiency of Rotor and Stator Using CFD <p><strong>The space between rotor and stator plays a very important role in the design and performance of rotating machinery. The thickness of the gap can vary considerably depending on the size and operating conditions for the different types of rotating machines. Analysis the air velocity and temperature distribution over the air flow gap in stator and motor. Changing the design of rotor to develop turbulence in air flow gap. Compare the velocity and temperature distribution of proposed design with previous studies. The simulation results pinpoint also the periodic heat transfer pattern from the rotor surface and this provides useful information for the prediction of the temperature distribution inside the rotating electrical machine. The simulation results of case-1 show about 117°C temperature inside the rotor machine. Then increase the number of slot inside the rotor machine the total temperature of the rotor machine decreases up to 76°C. Due to low temperature total efficiency of the system increases. And also reduces the loss due to heat. The turbulence effect inside the rotor increase in third case. Due to turbulence effect the air cover large amount of area inside the rotor. So total temperature of the rotor casing decreases. In a system where volume is held constant, there is a direct relationship between Pressure and Temperature. For this case, when the pressure increases then the temperature also increases. When the pressure decreases, then the temperature decreases. So pressure in third case decrease upto1.26Pa and temperature 76 °C. </strong></p> Md. Shahwaz Hussain Sujata Pouranik Copyright (c) 2020 2020-06-03 2020-06-03 6 6 29 37 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.292 Coordinated Multipoint Joint Transmission Algorithm with Cognitive Radio Network for Improvement in Advance Cellular Communication <p><strong>Cognitive radio (CR) has been proposed as an innovation to improve the range use effectiveness by giving a sharp access of the unused/underutilized range to unlicensed clients. Then, coordinated multipoint joint transmission (JT) is another promising method to improve the presentation of cognitive radio system. In this paper, we propose a CR framework with coordinated mul-tipoint JT strategy. A logical model is created for the got signal-to-commotion proportion at a CR to decide the vitality recognition limit and the base number of required examples for vitality location based range detecting in a CR organize (CRN) with CoMP JT procedure. The exhibition of vitality identification based range detecting under the created expository model is assessed by recreation and saw as dependable. It is figured an enhancement issue for a CRN with coordinated multipoint JT strategy to design the channel assignment and client planning for expanding the base throughput of the clients. </strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Satyabrat Kumar Prof. Rajdeep Shrivastava Copyright (c) 2020 Satyabrat Kumar, Prof. Rajdeep Shrivastava 2020-06-27 2020-06-27 6 6 38 42 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.301 A Review on Design and optimization of shell and tube heat exchanger by varying parameters <p><strong>In recent years, thermal control systems performance has improved in numerous ways due to developments in control theory and information technology. Efforts have been made to produce more efficient heat exchangers by employing various methods of heat transfer enhancement.&nbsp; An increase in heat exchanger performance can lead to a more economical design of heat exchanger which can help to make energy, material &amp; cost savings related to a heat exchange process. Compact heat exchangers (CHEs) technologies are expected to be one of the solutions for the new generation heat exchanger.&nbsp; In this paper are presented of the compact heat exchanger, Plate-fin heat exchanger, and Printed Circuit Heat Exchanger. And computation fluid dynamic is used which offers an alternative to the quick and inexpensive solution for the design and optimization of compact heat exchangers. </strong></p> Shiv Kumar Dharamveer Singh Copyright (c) 2020 2020-06-13 2020-06-13 6 6 10.24113/ijoscience.v6i6.298