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Volume 01 Issue 08 (October-2016) | IJERAS

Title: Community Empowerment Through the Kalahi-Cidss Project of the Philippine Government

Authors: Bernadette M. Gavino-Gumba, PhD, CPA

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KALAHI-CIDSS is an initiative of the Philippine government’s Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). It seeks to reduce poverty and vulnerabilities to poverty by addressing a lack of capacity and resources at the local level and limited responsiveness of local governments to community priorities. This study was an evaluation of the KALAHI-CIDSS project from the perspective of the direct beneficiaries in two provinces of the country. It hoped to provide qualitative feedback from the direct beneficiaries, both individuals and groups. The feedback focused on four key aspects, namely: (a) transparency of the project implementation process; (b) participation of direct beneficiaries; (c) impact being felt and expectations being met; and (d) sense of ownership of communities (MCA-P, 2013). The barangay assemblies served as effective structures to establish and maintain transparency. Residents were well informed of the sub-project details. The establishment of working teams ascertained the direct and active participation of barangay residents in all stages of project planning, implementation, and sustenance. The barangay assemblies and teams were mechanisms that developed a sense of community empowerment to the ordinary constituents. As a disinterested party, the researcher concludes that the KALAHI has strengthened community empowerment and established participatory decision-making in the barangays covered by the study. KALAHI incorporated some unique features of community-driven and sustainable development that were not witnessed and experienced by barangay residents in most government projects before. At least in the few hours spent with the barangay residents, the researcher found it was very evident that the people had a sense of "owning" in their quest for development.

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Title: A reasoner for uncertain and vague big data

Authors: Mariya Savova Evtimova, Ivan Momtchilov Momtchev

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It is proposed a hybrid reasoner for uncertain and vague information that is appropriate to work with big data. The reasoner implement case based technologies, rule based technologies, fuzzy and probability theory. It is shown the implementation of the reasoner into reasoning system and the results from the system are provided.

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Title: Sensorless Control of Induction Motor: A Review

Authors: Kartar Singh, Shimi S.L, Ashutosh Dixit

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This paper confers the analytic survey of literature mainly focused on Field Oriented Control (FOC), Direct Torque Control(DTC),  Sensorless Control and state observers such as EKF, UKF and MRAS. The Merits and demerits of various speed control method are outlined. The discussion has been done on basis of modern motor speed control trend and defined importunacy of DSP based control drive. This work is a piece of research work that intends to build up a sensorless vector control of 3 phase induction

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Title: Implementation of Quality Function Deployment in Pump Industry

Authors: M. Avinash and V. Jayakumar

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These days, a number of firms are expanding their type of generation and this technique, all in all, makes a horrendously skilled environment. Catching a sensible piece of the overall industry in such surroundings needs more than actualizing plain creation systems in a viable methodology. The important stride to prompt ahead amid this opposition is arranging new stock to shape contrast and meeting the customer needs. Addressing customer needs has conjointly coordinate association with style quality. There are different studies on subjective methodologies in modern style and creation issues. Our concentrate essentially concentrates on the quality work arrangement method to be utilized as a part of mechanical style applications. The most arrangement of value capacity planning methodology is building a style procedure over the voice of the customer.

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Title: A Study on Solving the Fractal Model of Shale Gas

Authors: ChaoChao Zhao, Shunchu Li , Jin Zeng, Qinmin Gui

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Shale gas, as an unconventional gas reservoir, has very low permeability and porosity, so the seepage passage is more complex than the conventional gas reservoir. Most of the traditional double medium model is based on Euclidean geometry, which is not accurate to describe the actual flow of shale gas reservoirs and the solving ability is very limited. Therefore, in order to improve the accuracy of the model, based on fractal theory and combined with four kinds of micro migration process (desorption, diffusion, slippage, percolation) to establish a fractal model of shale gas fractal. On the basis of this, by employing the pseudo pressure and dimensionless variables seepage differential equations are transformed to pseudo pressure in the form of dimensionless equation and further combining the Laplace transformation with the similarity structure theory to solve the bottom of the pseudo pressure under different boundary conditions. Stehfest numerical inversion method is used to get the bottom-hole pseudo pressure in real space, and based on this, the characteristic curve of bottom-hole pseudo pressure and its derivative are drawn, and the sensitivity analysis is carried out for some main control parameters(well-bore storage, skin factor, outer boundary distance). Studies show that when using the similarity theory to construct characteristic curves which were drawn under different boundary conditions only need to change the kernel functions, so as to achieve the effect of get twice the result with half the effort. This for well test analysis software research and development provides a new idea.

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