2. Momin Muhammad Zia Muhammad Idris “ Optimization of crankshaft using strength analysis”, International Journal of Engineering Reasearch and applications, Vol-3, Issue-3, ISSN:2248- 9622, Pages: 252-258, MayJun-2013. 3.Abhishek choubey, Jamin Brahmbhatt, “Design and Analysis of Crankshaft for single cylinder 4-stroke engine”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Reaserch and studies, vol-1, issue-4, ISSN:2249-8974, pages: 88-90, July-sept 2012. Table 1 Comparison between Forged steel and Ti-6Al-4V+12% TIC using ANSYS Material Forged steel Ti-6Al-4V+12% TIC MIN MAX Min Max Total deformation (m) 0 7.749E-6 0 1.54E-8 Equivalent Elastic Strain(m/m) 2.38E-12 0.0006146 1.05E-14 1.18E-6 Equivalent stress (Pa) 0.4561 1.1E8 1.02 1.09E8 Life(cycles) 394.74 1E6 364.82 1E6 Damage 1000 3.753E7 1000 3.68E7 Page 6 of 7 Page 7 of 7 4. BDNS Murthy “ Modeling analysis and optimization of crankshaft”, vol-2, Issue- 9, ISSN: 2278-0181, Pages: 749-753, September-2013.
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In this study with sampling period during 2010-2015. So the observations made is to use time series data and cross section. Types and Data Sources The data used in this research is quantitative data, ie data that can be measured by numbers. The type of data used is secondary data that has been processed from the previous party from the primary data collectors and in the form of research journals required and financial statements of manufacturing companies 2010-2015 period published from the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Data analysis technique The First Altman Z-Score Analysis (1968) According to Altman (1968) in The Journal of Finance, Z-Score Altman model is a model by predicting or classifying companies to determine the level of health based on the value of Z obtained.
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Abstract This study aims to analyze the best model to expected volatility of Indonesia’s coffee price using ARCH/GARCH model and to measure the coffee price volatility spillover of International market to Indonesia’s coffee price using EGARCH model. These models use different conditional variance specifications to catch up the asymmetry. The empirical results show that GARCH (1.1) model seems to better describe the Indonesia’s coffee price volatility. From the EGARCH analysis known that International coffee price has an asymmetric effect to Indonesia’s return coffee price and indicate that domestic coffee market is not efficient. Keywords: Indonesian, coffee, price, volatility,spillover, ARCH/GARCH, EGARCH 1.
The increasing trend of car ownership and use of vehicles have contributed significantly to this environmental problem. “Increased environmental and social costs of vehicle use, especially private car use, such as congestion, noise, air pollution, and depletion of energy are likely future consequences of the worldwide increasing trend in car ownership and use.” (Goodwin, 1996; Sperling, 1995). In cities like Beijing and Delhi, this issue had already become a huge problem which needed to
(Malaysian Investment Development Authority, 2015) 2.3 PEST Analysis Theory PEST is stand for political, economic, social and technological factors. Company usually use PEST analysis to analyse the market environment that they want to enter (James, 2015). Figure 2.1 PEST Analysis Source: (James,
Cars emanate greenhouse gasses, such as carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming. Fossil fuels such as gasoline, methane and propane contain mostly carbon. Once these fuels are burned, they react with oxygen and create carbon dioxide. The environmental effect of land transport is significant because it uses huge amounts of energy, and burns the majority of the world's petroleum. Thus creating air pollution, which includes nitrous oxide and particulars, and thus contributing to global warming through emission of carbon dioxide for which transport is the fastest-growing emission segment thus road transport is the largest contributor to global