Down The Hole (DTH) Drilling with Rotary Air Percussion Technique

Holes are required beneath the earth surface for various applications in geology, hydrology, agriculture, civil engineering, mineral exploration etc.  The most common application of down hole drilling is bore well as water source. Water storage under the earth surface is a pure source of water.   Earth crust is consisting of layers with variety of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks. Drilling the hole through these hard rocky layers is not an easy task. A controlled and powerful drilling mechanism is needed to drill the holes. Rotary air percussion is the one type of method most common and effectively applied for…

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MOVING CASHLESS, YOUR MONEY MIGHT BE AT RISK, MONEY FRAUD METHODS AND PREVENTION

India is a big nation moving towards a cashless economy, cashless economy need awareness among people to prevent themselves from money fraudsters. Number of money fraud are reported in last few years through cards and internet baking. Till now the cashless transaction was done at very low rate before demonetization announced by PM of India on 8th of November 2016.  Afterwards the cashless transaction increased dramatically in the country. Government of India is also promoting the plastic money (Debit/Credit Cards)  and online transaction. Providing various discounts to promote cashless transaction through credit – debit cards, internet banking, e-wallet etc. Information…

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COMMON CURVES USED IN ENGINEERING PRACTICE

In engineering practice we see many objects having curved surfaces or edges. Every curve has a name and property which defines it. Point is the basic identity in a drawing. All curves are obtained by the path traced by a point while moving in a constrained motion. Most commonly used curves in engineering practice are 1.    Conic Sections: – These are the curves obtained on having sections of a right circular cone by a plane from different positions relative to the axis of cone. Circle, Ellipse, Parabola and Hyperbola are the curves defined by conic sections. 2.    Cycloidal Curves :-…

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RAINWATER HARVESTING FOR BORE WELL RECHARGING

Water is an essential for all living organism. In fact no life is possible without water. Bore wells are the common source for water in rural as well as urban areas. In summers the water level decreases and at some water deficient areas, the bore wells give-up the supply and get dry. In our ecosystem the water cycle or hydrological cycle in which water carried out from lakes, oceans, rivers, ponds etc in the form of water vapors. These vapors forms cloud and again these clouds turn into rain and supply water. Thus rain water is the natural source of…

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HEALTH BENEFITS OF CONSUMING GREEN TEA

Green tea is not a new term in beverages. Green tea is mainly recognized worldwide due to its antioxidant nature and many other health benefits. Although green tea is not a new drink consumed by mankind worldwide. Its existence is recorded in south west China more than 3000 years ago. In early 90s this green tonic got worldwide reorganization. In ancient time the tea leaves are used by the people for chewing and eating. Later its used for cooking and boiling with water to add flavor. Green tea is made of green herb leaves called Camellia Sinensis. The leaves are…

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NEURAL REPAIR : NEW HOPES AND ACHIEVEMENTS

In the past fifty years, medicine made impressive progress in the repair of nerves of the PNS. However, no achievement so far could restore damages in the CNS. Recent discoveries may change this scenario and shed new light on the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases and injuries in the spinal cord. Human Nervous System The human nervous system is composed of a Central Nervous System (CNS) and a Peripheral Nervous System (PNS). The spinal cord and brain compose the CNS, whereas the PNS is basically consisting of nerves. Nerves are similar to an electrical wiring that transmits information between the brain…

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SCIENTISTS ACCIDENTALLY INVENTED A NEW BATTERY THAT COULD LAST FOREVER WITH NANO WIRES

Batteries are the essential part of our everyday life equipments, gadgets, vehicles etc. All mobile and immobile equipments which relies on a energy storage packs eat up batteries after a specific cycle life. Efficiency and cycle life are the two major factors and subjects of continuous research and development. Nobody wants to plug a device for charging too frequently, and for long time. Even no researcher is willing to face accidents in laboratory while performing an experiment, unless it leads to a new Invention. Mya Le Thai a PhD candidate at University of California, Irvine. While performing an experiment, She…

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HOW TO LOSE POUNDS WITH FUN : EFFECTIVE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMS ONLINE

Busy and Improper lifestyle, improper food intake making people of all age groups to gain weight so frequently. After gaining weight it seems very difficult to get rid of it. Although it’s not a big task as people physiologically feel it. It’s not too hard to get in shape again. Proper technique and a positive mindset can make a big difference in a while. Most people get tense and feel it too hard to come back in shape. We all know that a healthy mind lives in a healthy body. Fit, slim and healthy body is a boon for every…

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AFFORDABLE & HIGH PERFORMANCE 3D PRINTER KITS FROM 3D STUFFMAKER

3D printing technology is attracting every science and technology enthusiast whether it is a mechanical, civil, architecture, electrical, manufacturing or medical application. Everybody is interested in creating models, prototype using 3D printing Technology. We already have a post on 3d printing technology explaining brief on 3D Printing Technology.  It’s not a technology but a 3D printing evolution. Aviation, automotive, healthcare and architecture are the ultimate beneficiaries of the additive manufacturing. Rapid prototyping has revolutionized the automotive and aviation industry where 3D modeling helps both in analysis and production of new systems. Healthcare department is utilizing 3D implants and prosthetics which…

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INTELLIGENCE IN PLANTS

Do you remember the Scarecrow from the story Wizard of Oz? He was clever without a brain, and so are plants. Plants are modular organisms, capable of learning, remembering, and making decisions. In their own pace of life, plants take the most of their environment to make intelligent choices. A not-so-quiet life Historically, people used to see plants as passive automatons. The term ‘vegetative’ used to address humans with cerebral death is a vivid example of this mindset. Indeed, plants are sessile organisms. In their evolutionary path, they adopted survival strategies slower and more economical than those adopted by animals.…

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