Journal of Automation and Automobile Engineering

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EISSN : 2582-3159
Total articles ≅ 3

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Kamal Darlami, Aditya Amatya, Bikash Kunwar, Sanjeeb Poudel, Ujwal Dhakal
Journal of Automation and Automobile Engineering, Volume 5, pp 12-30;

S. Veera Kumar, B. Dhanakumar, J. Balamurugan, M. Balanayagam
Journal of Automation and Automobile Engineering, Volume 5, pp 16-23;

In the automobile vehicles, the car air conditioning system cannot be used if the engine is not running. Since the device is operated by the car engine, it draws energy from its operation, which can affect the output of the engine. We proposed a new air conditioning circuit system which produce cooling air without engine power when vehicle is in idle state and minimize the usage of petrol/diesel, which achieve zero emission control. This experiment is performed to examine the difference between the fuel consumption and air-conditioning capacity of the automotive air-conditioning system between the conventional compressor and the electric compressor. The battery powers the electric compressor. The options for reducing the AC load on the engine include reducing the thermal load by using advanced glaze window and parked car ventilation, using seat-based temperature control, recirculating air and using alternative cabin cooling systems.
Hanumesha Pujar, Prashant D Banakar, S C Sajjan Sajjan
Journal of Automation and Automobile Engineering, Volume 5, pp 7-15;

Work has been carried out to design and fabricate a multipurpose agricultural vehicle, to perform agricultural operations like goods carrying, pesticide spraying, inter‐cultivating, ploughing. These operations are carried out in sandy loam deep soil. Some modifications were done which includes fabricating a compact vehicle which can be moved easily in the fields. Use of hand tools for cultivation is still leading in India because tractors need resources which many farmers cannot afford. The need for improvisation in agriculture is very much essential, it is important to fill the gap between farmers and technology implementation. The improvement and sustainability of the crops mainly depends on the adoption of improved resource conserving cropping systems. But most of the necessary components already exist, the information about the availability and performance of equipment is very poor between farmers and agricultural research and development departments. From the recent years the input to the farms increased such as fertilizer, insecticide, pesticides, HYV seeds, farm labor cost etc. Increase in the cost makes small land holding farmers at a risk. Due to this lack of information suicide rate is increasing yearly, we need to identify the common factor for this. Because of commercialization of agriculture the suicide rate is increasing. But the crisis remained untouched. Commercialization of the landscape along with large reduction in investment in agriculture was the beginning of the decline.
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