Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Earn Money Unlimited at home.

Yes, so today after some long time.
I came up with this blog post to make money at home.


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Just start making money in the conventional form and you'll make a lot of the money.


Sunday, 31 December 2017

Happy New Year 2018

Wishing all of the people
a very happy new year
2018.
May all your dreams for
which you work, gets
fullfilled.

Inner self

We cannot differentiate each
and everyone. Because in one
short line I'll say from deep 
Inner self we all are same.
We all are child of almighty,
commuting varying degrees 
of mistakes. But God gives us
a chance every time.
So believe in the Almighty and
that's the one and only. 💚




Sunday, 13 November 2016

Actual living

We tend to choose the path of what
we are forced by the world to work
on.
But, you all know that we should opt
for later time the work that suits us.

Time changes everything or you may
say that everything changes with time
nothing remains as it is.

Now coming on the living beings, we
humans have got the most intellectual
brain, and this intellectuality, upon large
amount worldly concerns leads humans
to do work which is not actually suited
to them.


So, now to finalize what i am saying is
that leave everything any kind of burden,
mental pressure.
Just think of that one, self creating force,
that non existent entity, yet the one which
is controlling all, beyond time.


You may feel that no one is there, but the
force is listening you with each passing
time.

Saturday, 1 October 2016

Simple body fat detection via thermal technique!

Ever wondered how to know that exactly which of your body region is having high fat content? 
Then there is one way by which you can know about this and i guarantee that this is 99.9% correct way to know about this and that to without using any device. 

The best method to detect fat affected region is just simply by touching that region and the temperature of that region will be lower than the surrounding region. 

Because the fatty regions is always colder; lower temperature, than the other region; region with regular body muscle content. 

SolidWorks: True vs Projected Dimensions

A really important part to be known by all designers on True Dimension and Projected Dimension.


Thursday, 18 August 2016

Sunshine, seaweed help to break down dye waste

Sunshine, seaweed help to break down dye waste:


The researchers developed a photocatalyst using titanium dioxide doped with red seaweed polymer carrageenan to degrade the dyes.
Scientists at the Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSMCRI), Bhavanagar, Gujarat have been able to completely degrade three industrial dyes — methyl orange, methylene blue and reactive black-5 — in the presence of sunlight.
The researchers developed a photocatalyst using titanium dioxide doped with red seaweed polymer carrageenan to degrade the dyes. The results were published recently in the journal RSC Advances.
Despite stringent environmental regulations, a comprehensive method of treating industrial dye is not available. The methods available are expensive and do not completely break down the dye molecules to non-toxic constituents but merely concentrate the contaminants.
“Annually, more than 500 tonnes of non-degradable textile colour wastes are being disposed of in natural streams without adequate treatments,” the paper says.
Titanium dioxide has conventionally been used for photocatalytic degradation of industrial dyes, but it takes a long time to degrade dyes. So the researchers doped titanium dioxide nanoparticles with sulphur and carbon by treating it with carrageenan.
The nanocomposite was found to behave as an excellent photocatalyst that helped degrade industrial dyes quickly in a single-step process.
“The energy required to activate the catalyst is less when it is doped and this makes the dye degradation faster,” says Dr. Ramavatar Meena, the senior author of the paper from CSMCRI.
Solar concentrator used
Unlike a commercial titanium-dioxide-based catalyst that did not clear the dye solutions, the photocatalyst prepared in the lab was found to degrade the dyes when exposed to direct sunlight between noon and 2 pm during May-July.
“The Titanium-dioxide-doped photocatalyst degraded reactive black-5 and methylene blue in about one-and-half hours and 60 per cent of methyl orange in two hours,” says Dr. Meena. “Visible light is mainly responsible for degradation; ultraviolet radiation intensity was just 3 per cent.”
When a solar concentrator was used, the degradation process was hastened. “Reactive black-5 and methylene blue degraded within five minutes and methyl orange degraded completely in 20 minutes,” says Dr. Meena. There was no significant colour change in the case of control titanium dioxide sample that was not doped.
“When a solar concentrator is used the intensity of visible light is more and this plays an important role in the degradation process,” says Jai Prakash Chaudhary, the first author of the paper from CSMCRI.
The researchers are planning to conduct studies during winter to assess the photocatalyst’s ability to break down the dyes when bright sunlight is not available.
The nanocomposites are thermally stable and can be reused up to six times with the degradation efficiency remaining at over 97 per cent.
The nanocomposite photocatalyst can safely and completely treat harmful dyes in an eco-friendly and cost-effective manner, the study said.