1 Sustainable Product Design: A Review, Neelam Chaudhary, Tanvir Singh, Amit Kumar
With the increasing demand of product it become essential to consider sustainability aspects of product design The integration of sustainability into all aspects of product design cycle provides an opportunity to reduce a product’s negative impact on society, environment and economy. There are three issues on which sustainability works that is society, environment and economy. We must integrate the idea of sustainable design into the process of product design in order to achieve sustainable development of environment, society and economy. The main objective of sustainable product design is to reduce or minimise the use of conventional or non-renewable resources.Hence, this paper gives an overview of the concept of Sustainable Product Design.
2 A Comprehensive Study of Antenna Terminology Using HFSS, Vasishath Kaushal, Tanvir Singh, Vinay Kumar, Amit Kumar, Dr. Dilip Kumar
Antenna is very important component of communication systems. By definition, an antenna is a device used to transform an RF signal, traveling on a conductor, into an electromagnetic wave in free space. Antennas demonstrate a property known as reciprocity, which means that an antenna will maintain the same characteristics regardless if it is transmitting or receiving. Antennas need to be optimized for specific applications like mobile phone, AM/FM, TV etc. And for that purpose the various properties like Size, Gain, Directivity, etc. are modified to get the best results. So, in this paper, we had presented a comprehensive study of antenna terminology by taking an example in HFSS (High Frequency Structured Simulator).
3 Su¬ciency Economy: A Pathway to Sustainable Development, Amit Kumar, Dr. Yunfei Liu, Tanvir Singh, Dr.Sawtantar Singh Khurmi
Globalization and economic integration are giving more consumers access to more products and services. Local and national boundaries are breaking down in the setting of social standards and aspirations in consumption. Also, Rapid urbanization, population explosion and increase in income and consumption inevitably lead to mass generation of waste. Traditional environment management pursues reactive policies with monitoring, legal regimes to reduce pollution, which is not sustainable. In order to achieve sustainable development, a paradigm shift is needed from reactive policies towards more preventive policies. In this paper we have addressed the Philosophy of “Sufficiency Economy” which takes a middle path approach towards sustainable development and is based on the foundations of moderation, reasonableness and resilience. The philosophy is underpinned by knowledge and morality.