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Volume-2 Issue-10, September 2014, ISSN: 2319-9598 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. 

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N. Sujatha, D. V. L. Prasanna

Paper Title:

Finite Buffer Bulk Service Queue with Multiple Vacations

Abstract: In this paper, it is studied about finite buffer bulk service queue M/G(a,b)/1 with multiple vacations and some analytical results, relations among queue length distributions, computations of state probabilities at various epochs are included.

Bulk service queue, finite buffer, multiple vacations, probability generating function, probability density function.


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3.        Gupta, U.C., and Sikdar, K. [3], “The finite buffer M/G/1 queue with general bulk service rule and single vacation”, Perf. Eval.,57, 199-219.

4.        Gupta, U.C., and Sikdar, K. [4], “On the finite buffer bulk service M/G/1 queue with multiple vacations”, J.Prob.and Stat. Sci., 3(2), 175-189.

5.        Levy, Y., and Yechiali, U. [5], “Utilization of idle time in an M/G/1 queueing  system”, Manage. Sci., 22, 202-211.

6.        Sujatha, N., M.Srikanth and M. Srinivasu [6],”Infinite buffer bulk service queue with multiple vacations”, Intern. J. of Mathematical Archive., 5(4), 330-338.






S. Mahmoud Hashemi Nejad, Hani Fekri

Paper Title:

Switching Permanent Magnet Generator for Small Wind Turbine

Abstract: This paper introduces a novel axial field flux switching permanent magnet generator for small scale wind turbine application. A 3-phase 12/10-pole machine designed and 3D finite element (FE) analysis used to investigation the back-EMF, open circuit flux linkage, winding inductance, cogging torque etc. results show good performance of proposed structure. Moreover the proposed structure is very suitable for the new manufacturing approaches such as soft magnetic composite (SMC) deployment, which is underway by the authors for the proposed generator in this paper.

Axial field (AF), energy, flux switching (FS) finite element method (FEM), permanent magnet generator (PMG).


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3.        Yu-Seop Park , Seok-Myeong Jang , Ji-Hwan Choi , Jang-Young Choi , and Dae-Joon You, “Characteristic Analysis on Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator Considering Wind Turbine Characteristics According to Wind Speed for Small-Scale Power Application”, IEEE Trans on magnetics, vol 48, no 11, pp 2937-2940, November 2012

4.        T. F. Chan, Weimin Wang, and L. L. Lai,” Magnetic Field in a Transverse- and Axial-Flux Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator From 3-D FEA”, IEEE Trans on magnetics, vol 48, no 2, pp 1055-1058, February 2012

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8.        So-Young Sung , Jae-Hoon Jeong , Yu-Seop Park , Jang-Young Choi , and Seok-Myeong Jang, ”Improved Analytical Modeling of Axial Flux Machine With a Double-Sided Permanent Magnet Rotor and Slotless Stator Based on an Analytical Method ”,IEEE Trans on magnetics, vol 48, no 11, pp 2945-2948, November 2012

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11.     Wei Xu, Jianguo Zhu, Yong chang Zhang, Youguang Guo, and Gang Lei,” New Axial Laminated-Structure Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Machine With 6/7 Poles ”,IEEE Trans on magnetics, vol 47, no 10, pp 2823-2826, October 2011

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15.     M. Lin, L. Hao, X. Li, X. Zhao, and Z. Q. Zhu, “A novel axial field flux-switching permanent magnet wind power generator,” IEEE Trans. Magn., vol. 47, no. 10, pp. 4457–4460, Oct. 2011.

16.     Li Hao ,  Mingyao Lin , Xuming Zhao , Xinghe Fu , Z.Q. Zhu , and Ping Jin, ”Static Characteristics Analysis and Experimental Study of a Novel Axial Field Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Generator, ” IEEE Trans on magnetics, vol 48, no 11, pp 4212-4215, November 2012

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Anand Mohan Sinha, Kumar Mukesh, Uma Shankar

Paper Title:

The Simplex Algorithm of Dantzig

Abstract: In this chapter, we put the theory developed in the last to practice. We develop the simplex method algorithm for LP problems given in feasible canonical form and standard form.

Pivot operation, Feasible Canonical Form and Feasible standard Form. AMS Subject Classification 2010: 90C05.


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