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Created at: Tuesday 16th of October 2012 10:15:10 AM
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RUBBERISED BITUMEN FOR ROAD WORKS full report


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Created at: Sunday 07th of February 2010 08:28:26 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Wednesday 25th of January 2012 10:31:18 PM
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Penetration test
Softening point (0C)
Ductility (cms)
Loss on heating (%)
Viscosity
Stripping value test

ADVANTAGES OF NRMB

For superiority in quality to ordinary bitumen in terms of penetration, softening point and elastic recovery.
Less affected by changes in temperature. The effect of rubber is to increase the resistance to flow at high temperature and at the same time improve the resistance to brittle fracture at low temperature.
More retention of aggregates and elimination of bleeding.
Reduces environmental pollution by less consumption of bitumen.
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temple architecture full report


Posted by: project report tiger
Created at: Sunday 07th of February 2010 07:58:38 AM
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is in half moon shape
Places which have three, five, six sides
When we dig got borns, hair, worms etc
Places where bad smell comes out

SIGHTING

The concept of place of worship being taller than all other

buildings. So they were in the shape of a pyramid in the case of square temples and

conical in the case of round temples. The main factor of selecting the shapes as

conical or pyramids are;
Conical shapes are stable against wind.
They are stable against seismic effects.
Rain water would drain out quickly and there would be no leakage.

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bioinformatics projects


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Created at: Thursday 28th of January 2010 07:05:06 AM
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c) Molecular Docking Study Of Styrylquinoline With HIV-Integrase
d) High Throughput Virtual Screening Using CDK-2
e) Molecular Docking Study Of 1H-Pyrazole Derivative With COX-2
f) High Throughput Screening Of Anticancer Targets Using Hsp90
g) Molecular Docking Study Of Naphthyl Benzisoxazole Derivative With Estrogen Receptor-Beta
h) Molecular Docking Study Of Anticancer Drugs With HDAC
i) Molecular Docking Study Of Thiourea Derivative With Neuraminidase
j) Medicnal Plant Database
k) Homology modeling of target proteins / enzymes using Modeller9v4
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Growth pattern of Small Scale Units of Women Entrepreneurs


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Created at: Saturday 13th of June 2009 10:55:22 PM
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the
units were running on profit. Only 3 percent of them were
making loss. One of the units manufacturing rubber bands and
gloves was making profit until the last year. A high level of»
stock of raw materials was procured at a higher price and
subsequently rubber price fell. Because of this the firm was
unable to sell the finished products at reduced market prices.
Another unit making loss was manufacturing food products,
which almost stopped production owing to technical problems
and intervention of authorities.
One entrepreneur was not able to manufacture and market
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Buying Behaviour and Promotion in Textile Retailing in Kerala


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Created at: Saturday 13th of June 2009 10:52:15 PM
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ed margin on goods, the retailers' profits
are affected. So the cash discount is an advantage to them.
Mode of payment i'/^;' '
Cash payment is,made if the owner does the purchasing. Credit purchase is preferred to avoid cheating
when salesmen make purchases.
Sales turnover and transportation
Retailers whp,have turnover of more than Rs.3 million per year depend mostly on logistics providers. This
saves them from dealing with 4he sales tax officers and cost also is minimized. Retailers with less turnover use own
vehicles or taxis to procure their stock thus economizing the operations.
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Tourism Development Initiatives and Challenges of Kerala


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Created at: Saturday 13th of June 2009 10:21:01 PM
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tourism agen-
cies are getting revived. Annual events
in the state like tourism week celebra-
tion and tourism festivals can also sus-
tain many cultural forms. Many
traditional buildings which were
neglected or discarded, with the inter-
est shown by the tourism industry are
being identified and put to use. Hand-
icrafts industry and the artisan skills are
also preserved due to tourism. Still, the
negative impact due to tourism growth
on the culture and traditional art forms
are also concerns increasingly raised.
Environmental impact
In terms of environmental impact,
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Solar Energy Materials Solar Cells 89 2005 85


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Created at: Saturday 13th of June 2009 03:33:05 PM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 13th of June 2009 03:33:05 PM
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ctrical and photoelectrical properties of b-In
2
S
3
films has been
investigated. Highly oriented single-phase b-In
2
S
3
films were grown by the sulfurization
technique. The morphology and composition of films have been characterized. The optical
band gap of b-In
2
S
3
is found to vary from 1.9 to 2.5 eV when the sulfurization temperature is
varied from 300 to 6001C or by increasing the sulfurization time. The electrical properties of
the thin films have also been studied; they have n-type electrical conductivity. The
photoelectrical properties of the b-In
2
S
3
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