B. Goswami

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The process of estimation of precipitation from satellite images begins with the detection and identification of convective clouds. Clustering of the satellite infrared images is required in order to estimate the cloud cover area. In this paper a neuro-fuzzy technique in the form of unsupervised fuzzy minmax clustering neural (FMMCN) network has been(More)
A new theory is presented to predict the tensile behavior of spun-bonded nonwoven fabrics from the knowledge of stress-strain behavior of its constituent bers, orientation angle distribution, fabric Poisson's ratio and shear strains. A comparison of predicted stress-strain curves and experimental results of two commercially available fabrics is made in two(More)
Currently, the process sequence for short staple yarn manufacturing involves about ten individual steps. To develop more efficient machines and novel processes that can significantly shorten the processing line, we are currently conducting research in the following two interrelated areas: (1) To analyze the motion dynamics of fiber clumps and particles in(More)
Currently, the process sequence for short staple yarn manufacturing involves about ten individual steps. To develop more efficient machines and novel processes that can significantly shorten the processing line, we are currently conducting research in the following two interrelated areas: (1) To analyze the motion dynamics of fiber clumps and particles in(More)
During the last year of this project, our interdisciplinary, international group of researchers developed new models for several complex yarn manufacturing processes and new, modelverifying experiments. At North Carolina State University Subhash Batra, Tushar Ghosh, Bill Oxenham, and their students refined models for the unwinding process and conducted(More)
Progress to date in further developing the shuttle plate braiding process is described. Accomplishments lie principally in three areas, software development, hardware expansion to permit the production of complex structures, and hardware modifications required to demonstrate the inherent modularity of the machine. Software is now running that permits(More)
During the second year, this interdisciplinary, international research group developed and experimentally validated computer models for ring spinning, twisting, and unwinding. New models for unwinding near the package ends and with conical packages were developed. Several ring-spinning experiments were completed that demonstrate the applicability of low(More)