Monthly Archives: November 2013

PHOTODEGRADATION-ADSORPTION METHOD: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

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Characterization of the photocatalyst The crystallinity of the catalyst was examined by XRD technique. The diffraction lines at 29=25 corresponded to TiO2 is observed in TiO2-clinoptilolite but with lower intensity, (Nikazar et al. 2006). Compared to the XRD pattern of clinoptilolite, no major changes was observed in the line intensity and position of TiO2-clinoptilolite indicating […]

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PHOTODEGRADATION-ADSORPTION METHOD: EXPERIMENTAL

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Materials and Methods All chemicals, benzothiophene (Merck), n-hexane (Merck) and titanium isopropoxide (Merck) are in analytical grade. FTIR spectra were taken using a Perkin Elmer 65 Model infrared spectrophotometer. XRD patterns were taken by Bruker, D8Advance X-ray diffractometer using CuKa radiation. Benzothiophene concentration was measured by HPLC (Agilent 1200 model) with column of Zorbax, Eclipse […]

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PHOTODEGRADATION-ADSORPTION METHOD: INTRODUCTION

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The presence of sulfur compounds in fuels is a major source of atmospheric pollution (Juan et al. 2010). Recently, many attentions have been focused on decreasing the sulfur content of gas oil used in diesel engines (Matsuzawa et al. 2002). Hydrogenation desulfurization is the predominant clean-fuel technique and contributes to the removal of thiols, thioethers, […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: CONCLUSIONS

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It is for sure that knowledge is the most precious resource for any and every organization and human beings are the sole custodian of this resource and this combination creates sustainable competitive advantage for the organization on long term basis. The concept of quality circle as implemented in Production/operations management has been focused in order […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: OPERATIONAL KNOWLEDGE CIRCLE

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Operational departments (as some of them captioned in Figure 1) are a mix of Man and Machine and the output is purely machine based (processes) and knowledge exists in these departments is more of explicit in nature and encompasses the technology based matters with in its cross fold. The knowledge obsolescence and re-generation depends upon […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: TRAINING

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A knowledge worker is an individual who generate new ideas and/or principally involved in dissemination/communicating knowledge or uses knowledge as the core resource (Kumar, 2004) to perform the task and they need extensive training all the way around to keep themselves update regarding any new/upcoming changes being brought in the organization. When we talk of […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: DOCUMENTATION

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In order to initiate the process to establish knowledge circle, we need to start with a set of documents that not only comprehend the whole process but even helpful in defining the role of every circle member, circle boundaries, records, references etc. The best available structure of documents provided by ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: REVIEW OF RELTED LITERATURE

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The conventional division (structure) of an organization provides ample opportunities to establish standard performance measures and highlights the role of individual in different decision making processes (Jacobides, 2007) and the intrinsic resource that moves across whole organization is knowledge.The knowledge based view (KBV) of the firm maintains that the knowledge is the most significant resource […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE FLOW: INTRODUCTION

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Knowledge sharing is a continuous process with the help of which organizational knowledge travels across whole organization. This fact has already been well recognized by the organizations round the globe that in order to create sustainable competitive advantage, knowledge is the core intangible asset needed for this very purpose (Miller & Shamsie, 1996). There are […]

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SERVICE STANDARDS AT NATIONALIZED BANKS: SCOPE

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The research was under gone to review/identify the customer perception level on service standards offered by the Nationalized Banks. The study would enable the Nationalized Banks to know about the satisfaction level of the customers & also helps to improve their Services to make the Customer Delight. Various parameters were taken such as Counter Services, […]

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