B. Ramakrishnan

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Vehicular Adhoc Network (VANET) is a special type of Intelligent Transport System (ITS), where the mobile nodes are cars, two wheelers, trucks, buses etc., that move on well organized and predefined roads in both direction at very high speed. Following traffic rules, the vehicles provide communication with each other directly (Inter Vehicle(More)
VANET is the special type of MANET (Mobile Ad Hoc Networks) where the mobile nodes are vehicles that move on roads at very high speed following traffic rules; they provide communication between vehicle and vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle and Road side infrastructural unit (V 2 I). This paper explores the possibility of using VANET in inter vehicular(More)
The effects of addition of inorganic redox substances (species of NO3-, Mn4+, Fe3+, and SO4(2-)) on methane production and oxidation in anoxic rice (Oryza sativa L.) soil samples were examined. Sulfate was the most inhibitory for methane production followed by Fe3+, NO3-, and Mn4+, in that order. Addition of rice straw at a rate of 1% (w/w) as a carbon(More)