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BMEF – Infrastructure for students & their studies

Confused?   Which course to choose? Career choices are life choices. Take them seriously. Come, join BMEF and do it correctly. “Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it”. Education is a journey not a race. Be a part of this beautiful journey of life with BMEF. Find out perfect course for you at BMEF, where you learn and leave behind legacy that people will follow. Bhagwan Mahavir Education Foundation (BMEF) is a well known Trust established in 2002 .It’s main objective is to provide Quality Education to the students of Gujarat and undertake all the activities for upliftment and job oriented education. The foundation was registered on 24 Jan 2002 at SURAT. Under BMEF trust they have 3 engineering colleges. BMCET – Bhagwan Mahavir College of Engineering And Technology MSCET – Mahavir Swami College Of Engineering And Technology BAIT – Bhagwan Arihant Institute and Technology All colleges teach various courses like Engineering & Tec

Use of YAG (Yttrium Aluminum Garnet)

Use of YAG (Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) Use in Medical Treatment: A cataract is much like a smartie or M&M. It has an outer coating (capsule) and an inner nucleus (the chocolate in the smartie). When an eye surgeon performs cataract/lens surgery the surgeon makes a circular opening in the front facing capsule of the lens and then removes the inner nucleus. The remaining capsular envelope supports the new artificial lens which is typically injected in through the opening in the capsule. Over time the capsule shrinks and wraps around the new lens much like shrink wrap or cling film. As the capsule contains live cells some capsule can develop a layer of new cells that form a frosting on the back surface of the lens. This is called posterior capsular opacification (PCO) or an after-cataract and can occur in up to 10% of patients after lens/cataract surgery. The frosted layer is much like the frosting on a window which can blur the view through the window and similarly through t

One step towards renewable energy

The world is taking a stab at power and numerous parts of the world are not getting power supply on standard premise and for better way of life and development this isn't worthy. Tesla, Inc maker of electric contraptions and autos concocted excellent thought of sun oriented rooftop and dividers. Powerwall can detect an outage, disconnect from the grid, and automatically restore power to your home in a fraction of a second. You will not even notice that the power went out. Your lights and appliances will continue to run without interruption. If you have solar and Powerwall, then solar energy will continue to power your home and recharge Powerwall. Without Powerwall, solar will shut down during an outage 7+ Days. Powerwall is a completely automated system that installs easily and requires no maintenance. Solar Roof complements home’s architecture while turning sunlight into electricity. With an integrated Powerwall battery, energy collected during the day is sto


Pick and Place Robots: What Are They Used For and How Do They Benefit Manufacturers? Figure-1: Composite-control-architecture-for-an-intelligent-autonomous-mobile-robot Pick and place robots have become commonplace in today’s manufacturing environment. Typically relegated to simple, repetitive and monotonous tasks that robots naturally excel at, pick and place robots bring a number of benefits for manufacturers. What are Pick and Place Robots Used For? Pick and place robots are used in many ways, depending on the product being handled and the manufacturer’s need for automation. There are four main ways that pick and place robots are used: 1.       Assembly:  pick and place robots, during assembly processes, grab an incoming part from a conveyor belt and then place this part onto another work piece, which is then typically carried away by another conveyor belt. 2.       Packaging:  similar to assembly processes, a pick and place robot grabs a part on an incoming co


CURRENT ENVIRONMENT PROBLEMS THAT OUR WORLD IS FACING. The  world environment  is going too much worst condition day by day as we use our natural recourses indiscriminately and fail to manage our waste. Our total environmental condition deteriorate in everyday life but we yet not concern ourselves for save us from different types of natural calamities and extinction of several types of animals spaces groups, it is true that only human are responsible for polluting environment, but if we have a little bit concern than it will make us positive thinker to save our environment. Population explosion: The first and foremost emerging problem in the world is  population explosion  that directly impact in our environment and every vital element of our environment such like water tree ,air,&  many other things . It causes poverty inflation of money, high price rate of daily commodities and creates thousands of problems which are too hard to solve us. Increase of CFC’s in


The 80/20 rule is one of the most helpful concepts for life and time management. According to this principle: 20 percent of your activities will account for 80 percent of your results. It can change the way you set goals forever. The 80/20 rule is also called the “Pareto Principle” named after it’s founder, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto from 1895. He noticed that people in society seemed to divide naturally into what he called the “vital few,” or the top 20 percent in terms of money and influence, and the “trivial many,” or the bottom 80 percent. Later, he discovered that virtually all economic activity was subject to this principle, in that 80 percent of the wealth of Italy during that time was controlled by 20 percent of the population. We can take Pareto’s 80/20 rule and apply it to almost any situation. In particular, we can apply it to goal setting and productivity. How to apply 80/20 rule to Goal Setting First, take a piece of paper and write down ten goals

3D Printing

Introduction 3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. Additive manufacturing            refers to a process by which digital 3d design data is used to build up a component in layers by adding materials. The term “3D printing” is increasingly used nowadays as a synonym of additive manufacturing. 3D printing is the opposite of subtractive manufacturing which is cutting out a piece of metal or plastic with for example a milling machine. History Chuck Hull invented the first 3D printing process called ‘stereolithography’ in 1983. In a patent, he defined stereolithography as ‘a method and apparatus for making solid objects by successively “printing” thin layers of the ultraviolet curable material one on top of the other’.   SLA-1, the first 3D printer invented by Chuck Hull in 1983, How Does 3D Printing Work?     ·