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Articles by R. Rajendr Prasad
Total Records ( 3 ) for R. Rajendr Prasad
  R. Rajendr Prasad
  As the transformerless sunlight based inverters have been pushed to a noteworthy 99% effectiveness in private and little business applications (under 20 kW), high effectiveness medium and vast business scale (50-250 kW) transformerless sunlight based inverters are increasing to an ever increasing extent considerations. In any case because of the distinctions of inverter power evaluations, framework voltages and standard prerequisites, there are new difficulties and issues for the business scale photovoltaic framework to take out the disconnection transformers and accomplish the aggressive proficiency. The transformerless inverter topologies are less cost design. The objective of this study is to address the new difficulties of moving transformerless sun oriented inverters into the business scale PV framework with 99% productivity.
  R. Rajendr Prasad and K.R. Chidambaram
  In today’s world, most of the goods are traded only with the help of containers. Containers plays a vital role in trade practices. At the same time, transport of empty containers which arises from the need to reposition containers is an expensive business. This holds in particular for shipping lines which are usually responsible for container repositioning and have to bear these container management costs. Shipping lines are known to follow various strategies to reduce the costs of empty transport. A rather unfamiliar but interesting option to save costs is the possibility to fold empty containers. This could save transport costs but also transshipment and storage costs. The primary objective of this study, to analyze the cost analysis of foldable containers in Maritime and logistics sector and secondary objective is to find out some benefits by using foldable containers. This study investigates employees/container operators of Chennai Port Trust and CFS in Chennai Region. Using this data, we have found the costs analysis involved in using foldable container on CFS and port in Chennai Region and also some economic and environmental benefits by using foldable containers.
  R. Rajendr Prasad
  Oil spill has turned out to be major problems in nations particularly that have oceans or seas like Iraq, Malaysia and others. This circumstance creates harm to earth and also, contaminate the water. To minimize the effect of harm and to secure life in water, plants and soil so close to this affected zone definitely a study and examination has to be made. The causes and variables that prompt the calamity of oil slick should be contemplated or researched. Global information system and remote sensing can be utilized to dissect this issue. The point of review is to apply Geographical Information System (GIS) and remote sensing methods to decide the area and to guide oil slick territory utilizing Radarsat information.
 
 
 
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