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Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

 

 


Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Research Article  open access
Antibacterial Activites and Anti Inflamatatory of Bougainvillea glabra- An Review
P. M. RAVI KUMAR, HEMALATHA MODUGAPALEM, GEETHARATHAN THAYYURU
India    Download Certificate
Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering & Science , Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Abstract

The Nyctaginaceae family includes the climbing plant known as Bougainvillaea, or Bougainvillaea glabra, which is native to South America. Because of the colour of its bracts, which are often referred to as "flowers" and are composed of bracts, which are the striking parts, and the true flowers, which are small and white, the Bougainvillaea is widely acknowledged for its significance in horticulture. In traditional medicine, Bougainvillaea is commonly used to treat gastrointestinal disorders, respiratory conditions like bronchitis, asthma, and cough, as well as insecticidal and antibacterial properties. Information regarding the botanical description, ecological significance, phytochemistry, antimicrobial toxicology, and traditional uses of B. glabra are compiled in this review.

Keywords: Bracts, traditional medicine, antimicrobial, Phytochemistry.


Research Article  open access
Institutional Facility Model in Statistical Approach
ONEMAYIN KOLAWOLE JOSEPH, ROTIPIN ADEMOLA JOSEPH
Nigeria    Download Certificate
Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering & Science , Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Abstract

This study aimed to carry out institutional facilities model in statistical approach to know if there is a significant relationship between the institutional facilities and students' performance in Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti in Ekiti State. A descriptive survey research design was adopted by the study as questionnaire was administered to 1,200 students in the polytechnic, where 1,000 was retrieved back. The instrument for data collection was a structured 27-items statement questionnaire developed by the researchers after an extensive literature reviewed sectioned A & B with rating scales of Strongly Agree (SA), Agree (A), Neutral (N), Disagree (D) and Strongly Disagree (SD) assigned the numerical values of 5, 4, 3, 2 & 1 respectively. With the test using chi square as the statistical tool, it was deduced that, the tested variables are not significant in educational performance.


Research Article  open access
Medical Evidence for the Investigation of Unnatural Death: A REVIEW
Dr. Debasish Satpathy, Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Kumar Goswami
India    Download Certificate
Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering & Science , Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Abstract

Medical evidence means and indicates the opinions of medical experts presented in court. A medical expert's testimony supported by scientific knowledge, ability, expertise, and personal experience is referred to as "medical evidence. previously unsolvable cases are now solved easily with the development of the field of medical jurisprudence. It covers in its ambit the provision of evidence for a wide range and scope of cases. Medical certificates are crucial pieces of documentary.....
Keywords: Forensic science; Medical Jurisprudence; Medical Certificates; Documentary Evidence; Expert opinion


Research Article  open access
The effect of ethanol-gasoline blends on exhaust emissions and fuel consumption of a 125 cc four-stroke single cylinder engine
I Made Mara, I Made Nuarsa
Indonesia    Download Certificate
Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering & Science , Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Abstract

In line with population growth, technological developments and the increase of vehicles, the need for fuel is increased. Therefore, many people try to find an alternative fuel such as ethanol as an alternative fuel. This study aims to determine the effect of a mixture of gasoline and 95% ethanol on exhaust gas emissions and fuel consumption. In this study, gasoline was blended with alcohol ranging from 10% to 40% by volume (E0, E10, E20, E30 and E40). Next, the exhaust gas emission levels were observed using an exhaust gas analyzer. The results show that the lowest CO emissions occur with E20 fuel at 0.88% or a 9.28% reduction in CO emission levels when compared to the highest CO emissions of 0.97% when using E0 fuel. The lowest hydrocarbon or HC emissions were 532.00 ppm or a 33.61% reduction in HC emission levels using E40 fuel when compared to the highest HC emissions of 801.33 ppm when using E0 fuel. Fuel consumption also decreases with the addition of ethanol to the fuel.
Keywords: Gasoline, ethanol, exhaust emission, fuel consumption.


Research Article  open access
Sustainable Development Goals Implementation and Technology Adoption: A Research Agenda in Vietnam
Nguyen Thi Thu Den
Vietnam    Download Certificate
Research Inventy: International Journal of Engineering & Science , Volume 14 ~ Issue 6

Abstract

The call of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promotes action by governments and business organizations towards sustainable development. Indeed, the role of business is intertwined with various sectors of the economy, society, and environment because its activities span production, manufacturing, marketing, advertising, transportation, consumption, and recycling. Technology has significantly changed and expanded business operations globally. In particular, innovation has been affirmed as crucial to achieving the SDGs. This paper presents a literature review and the experiences of many countries and organizations. It discusses and examines the impacts of innovation and technology on sustainable development. To contribute to research in this field, the paper aims to identify positive results from innovation in achieving the SDGs in Vietnam. Implications for authorities and businesses are also mentioned.
Keywords: Technology, SDGs, Sustainable development, Vietnam.