Notice Board: Call for Paper Vol. 8 Issue 10      Submission Start Date: September 30, 2021      Acceptence Notification Start: October 12, 2021      Submission End: October 18, 2021      Final MenuScript Due: October 22, 2021      Publication Date: October 31, 2021






Volume 3 Issue 12

Author Name
Alok Jain
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 12
Abstract
In this chapter we review the state-of-the-art in non-visual accessibility of mathematics. Making mathematics accessible is a significant challenge, due to its 2-dimensional, spatial nature and the inherently linear nature of speech and Braille displays. The relative arrangement of various mathematical symbols in the 2-dimensional print space is extensively exploited by standard mathematical notations to succinctly convey information to the sighted reader (e.g., square roots, exponentiations, fractions). The spatial layout implicitly encodes semantic information which is essential to the understanding of mathematical constructs, however, it poses a hurdle in making mathematics accessible in the two most traditional media adopted by visually impaired students, i.e., Braille and aural rendering. In both approaches, the information implicit in the spatial arrangements has to be made explicit, making accessing and understanding of mathematics by the visually impaired cumbersome. In this ch
PaperID
2016/03/IJMERT/12/134

Author Name
ARVIND SINGH TOMAR
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 12
Abstract
This paper is basically a fault detection of rolling element bearing by diagnosis of rolling element bearing for this we made a mechanical machine called machine fault simulator (MFS). As we know bearing failure is the main failure factor of Rotary machine. Generally for this failure machine will stop to avoid catastrophic damages. But, if the machine stop due to the failure of bearing this results economics losses and increase manufacturing time. Therefore it is more important to monitor the defect of bearings and take necessary action to avoid catastrophic damages. The various techniques are used to analyze the progressive defects in bearing and gives early information about it. In this paper we are using frequency domain analysis for detecting and diagnosis the type of defect in the bearing.
PaperID
2016/03/IJMERT/12/64



Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 8 Issue 10

Submission Start Date:
September 30, 2021

Acceptence Notification Start:
October 12, 2021

Submission End:
October 18, 2021

Final MenuScript Due:
October 22, 2021

Publication Date:
October 31, 2021