Design of SRR and its impact on Effective permeability due to change in dimensions S.K.Sahu,C.S.Mishra,G.Palai Electronics and Communication Engineering Gandhi Institute for Technological Advancement Bhubaneswar, India email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org Sudhakar Sahu School Electronics engineering KIIT University Bhubaneswar, India Abstract—The effect of effective permeability on split ring resonator (SRR) due to the change of configuration is reported in this research. The uniqueness of proposed SRR is that it can be magnetically coupled to a transmission medium. On suitable shunting to CPW or micro strip technique, it is possible to resonate at different frequency. The shunt strip creates a medium that exhibits negative effective permeability. Here we tried to show the kind of shift in effective permeability due to change in dimension like split gap, radius and size of the ring.
Its working principle was also thoroughly analyzed. Capacitive level instruments operate on the basic principle of variation of the electrical capacity (or capacitance) of a capacitor formed by the sensor, vessel wall, and dielectric material. A capacitor is made up of two conductive plates which are separated from each other by a dielectric. The storage capability of a capacitor defined by the capacitance is directly dependent on the plate areas, their distance apart, and the dielectric constant of the material between the two plates. Capacitive sensors consist of an inner rod with an outer shell immersed in the liquid, whose level is being measured.
The energy absorption capacity of hybrid fiber reinforced high strength concrete non –seismic detailing specimens increased with increase in fiber volume fractions. HYBC2.1 specimen - energy absorption capacity was 257.96kN-mm. It was 23.65 percent more than the energy absorption capacity of HSBC1 specimen. The term Ductility  is defined as the ability of structure to undergo large amount of deformations without reduction of its strength. Deflection ductility was calculated by using peak load deflection curves.
Viscoelastic relaxation modulus: Viscoelasticity behavior of a polymer depends on the following factor Time Temperature Relaxation modulus is given by Er (t) =σ/ eo In this modus operandi originally the stress is useful hastily in tension to a set and relatively low strain level. Strain is precise as a task of time while temperature is seized constant. In this test the stress is found to be diminishing with time due to molecular relaxation which takes place in polymer. Its key features are 1) Magnitude of Er (t) decrease with time. 2) Curves are displaced to lower Er(t) level with increasing temperature.
As there are practically no dense substances in nature, the density index of most of the building materials is less than unity. 5) Frost resistance: - The ability of a water saturated material to resist repeated freezing and thawing without considerable decrease of mechanical strength or visible signs of failure is known as the frost resistance. The frost resistance of a material depends upon the density of material and its degree of saturation with water. 6) Hygroscopicity: - The property of a material to absorb water vapors from air is known as the hygroscopicity and it is governed by the nature of substance involved number of pores, air temperature, relative humidity,
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We will study the difference in mechanical properties when we use unmodified rice starch and chemically modified rice starch as reinforcing filler in NR. 2.3 CHEMICAL MODIFICATION ON STARCH VIA GRAFTING POLYMERISATION As one of the objectives of this study, we need to modify the starches chemically to observe on the improvement on the natural rubber properties. Starch needed to be modified as mentioned above as their interaction with the matrix needed to be increased to get a better blending of NR/starch. There are so many study on modification of starch have been reported. According to (Katarzyna et al., 2007), the longer the hydrocarbon of alkyl chain acted on starches, the better the improvement on the properties of starches hence the hydrophobicity also
 concluded that interface friction resulted in tremendous plastic deformation, which was beneficial for joint formation. Ni and Ye  found that very fine grain (～4.2 μm) distribution at the weld interface. However, the mechanism of ultrasonic welding is not clear due to the weld process was complicated dynamic process, and the influence of ultrasonic soften of materials on temperature rise and materials plastic deformation are not comprehensively understood by experiments study alone. Finite element method (FEM) can be used in simulate the physic phenomenon in the dynamic process, and was widely used in recent study. In the earlier simulations, the ultrasonic softening of materials is not considered in their models.
This medium can damage the rubber if the temperature is rise. These changes are caused by two mechanism The elastomer absorbs a medium. Plasticizers and other components of the compound are dissolved and extracted or leached out by the media. Therefore there is need of careful selection of base polymer which must compatible with the fluid but also must heat resistance. Two materials are selected which have good compatibility as well as heat resistance.