International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies <p>International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies is an open access peer reviewed journal that provides bi-monthly publication of articles in all areas of Engineering, Technologies and Science. It is an international refereed e-journal. IJOEST have the aim to propagate innovative research and eminence in knowledge. IJOEST Journals has become a prominent contributor for the research communities and societies. IJOEST Journal is making the bridge between research and developments.</p> <p>Editor-in-chief:<br>Dr. Mohammad Arif Kamal (Associate Professor, Architecture Section, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh - 202002, India)</p> <p>Managing Editor:<br>Dr. Tina Porwal (PhD, Maharani Laxmibai Girls P.G. College, Indore, India)</p> Granthaalayah Publications and Printers en-US International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies 2456-8651 IDENTIFICATION AND CODING OF ELLIOT WAVE PATTERN <p>Prediction of stock price and modelling of market pattern are quite difficult and complex to understand itself. There are hidden factors of market like effect of news, sentiment of crowd etc. which play an important role of modelling the market pattern. The modelling of market patterns was primarily developed by R.N. Elliott. The Elliott Wave theory was described subjectively in literature and wave patterns cannot be identify easily. In this work, we mainly focus on identification of wave pattern through Fractal indicators and Awesome Oscillator using R programming.</p> Vaidehi Vaghela Ravi Gor Copyright (c) 2022 Vaidehi Vaghela, Ravi Gor 2022-05-06 2022-05-06 6 3 1 11 10.29121/ijoest.v6.i3.2022.325 WASTE-TO-ENERGY: A PROMISING MARITIME TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY <p>Everything in the world, including the shipping industry, is powered by energy. There are numerous advanced energy-generation strategies, but it would be greatly valued if energy could be consistently derived from ship waste. Waste disposal is a difficult task in the shipping industry, so many studies are being conducted to find better ways to dispose of waste. According to regulatory agencies, India has a large source of both industrial and urban organic waste. The shipping industry, like any other, necessitates massive amounts of energy. On a daily basis, a massive amount of waste is generated, ranging from small crafts to ultra-large vessels (aerobic as well as anaerobic). So, there is a significant opportunity for capturing the energy from these waste, and both the difficulty of waste disposal and the depletion of conventional energy sources can be effectively addressed concurrently. This paper examines various means of generating energy from waste. Furthermore, the current state of Waste-to-Energy (WTE) in our country and around the world is discussed.</p> <p><strong>Motivation/Background: </strong>There is a perennial need for energy in all industry. This energy is pivotal in marine sector. There is huge amount of waste disposal into sea and IMO is keen on pollution control and de-carbonization. So, converting the waste serves two purposes viz. pollution control and green energy generation.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> Various techniques for generating energy from waste had been discussed.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> Waste-To-Energy is still a relatively unexplored technology in the shipping industry. Large cruise ships generate massive quantities of waste. This in and of itself represents a large avenue for WTE as a source of renewable energy on board ships. There are very few manufacturers venturing into the WTE segment to create power from ship waste. Scanship, a Norwegian ship waste management system manufacturer, has established a system that uses microwave-assisted pyrolysis to transform carbon-based waste generated on ships into biofuels.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions:</strong> WTE is also a relatively new concept in the shipping industry. Countries such as Norway, which is successfully operating WTE plants on land, are progressively migrating the technology and paving the way for others. More initiatives like these can radically decrease the amount of waste that ships discharge into the sea, resulting in a more comprehensive ecosystem for all life forms.</p> Thangalakshmi S Sivasami K. Copyright (c) 2022 Dr. S. Thangalakshmi, Dr. K. Sivasami 2022-05-21 2022-05-21 6 3 12 19 10.29121/ijoest.v6.i3.2022.327 STABILITY-INDICATING HPLC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF RELATED SUBSTANCES IN LANSOPRAZOLE INTERMEDIATE <p>A novel, reversed-phase liquid chromatographic method was developed and validated for the determination of related substances in lansoprazole intermediate. Symmetric peak shape was on a C18 stationary phase with the dimensions of 250 mm column length, 4.6 mm as internal diameter, 5 microns particles with an economical and straightforward mass-compatible mobile phase combination of formic acid/triethylamine and acetonitrile delivered in gradient mode at a flow rate of 1.0 mL/min at 260 nm. The resolution between lansoprazole intermediate (LAN20) and its impurities (LAN20-I &amp; LAN20-II) in the developed method was more than 2.0, indicating a significant separation. Regression analysis shows a correlation coefficient greater than 0.999 for lansoprazole intermediate and its related substances. The detection and quantitation limits of lansoprazole intermediate and its impurities are 0.01% and 0.005%. This method indicates that the recovery at different levels is 90 to 110% accurate. The test solution was stable in the diluent for 48 h and subjected to stress conditions. The mass balance was close to 99.5%.</p> Balaji Nagarajan Gunasekar Manoharan Copyright (c) 2022 Dr. Balaji Nagarajan, Dr. Gunasekar Manoharan 2022-05-23 2022-05-23 6 3 20 27 10.29121/ijoest.v6.i3.2022.329