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Articles by Mukesh Pandey
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mukesh Pandey
  Anil Kumar , G.N. Tiwari , Subodh Kumar and Mukesh Pandey
  The present study is concerned with the scope of greenhouse technology in agricultural engineering (cultivation, drying and space heating). The greenhouse can provide control environment for high value crops like medicinal plants, flowers etc. crops grown inside a greenhouse are healthy and give better results. The design of a greenhouse depends upon the latitude of the place and the requirement of crop. The main criteria for selection of greenhouse can be its value of solar fraction, which have been discussed in detail in the article. Depending upon the requirement of crops, different heating and cooling arrangements can be made in inside the greenhouse. Drying is a widely used practice in food preservation. Drying of crop/fruit/medicinal plants inside a greenhouse is also very useful technique for reducing postharvest losses, due to undesirable moisture contents. The study also highlights the application of greenhouse for drying under natural as well as forced mode.
  Sanjeev Sharma , N. Bhaskar and Mukesh Pandey
  The wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) are a relatively new field gaining more popularity for various new applications. Although a MANET does not have the infrastructure of base stations. In these networks Dynamic channel assignment protocols are responsible for coordinating the access from active nodes. These protocols are of significant importance since the wireless communication channel is inherently prone to errors and unique problems. We therefore make an attempt to present a comprehensive survey of major schemes, integrating various issues and challenges with a view to providing a big-picture outlook to this vast area. We present a classification of Dynamic channel assignment protocols and their brief description, based on their operation principles and underlying features.
 
 
 
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