Vinayak Fasake

Vinayak Fasake
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | IIT Delhi · Centre for Rural Development and Technology

Master of Technology

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Introduction
Vinayak Fasake is a research scholar at Centre for Rural Development and Technology, IIT Delhi, India. Vinayak does research in the field of Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural food process engineering, and animal waste dung materials. His current research work is Developing non-wood paper and optimizing for rural scale packaging.
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July 2017 - present
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Position
  • Researcher
July 2014 - June 2016
Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology
Position
  • Master's Student

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In this study, the raw dung fibers (RDF) separated from fresh cow dung and digested dung fibers (DDF) were collected from an anaerobically digested bottled biogas plant. The entire study was planned to characterize and analyze both RDF and DDF samples. The results showed that the cellulose and hemicellulose content were in the range of 36–38% and 2...
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The study focuses on development of modified atmosphere packaging for fresh-cut minimally processed cauliflower to increase its shelf-life and enhancing the on-farm value addition by utilizing perforated packaging films along with pretreatments with ozonated water and antimicrobials. The samples were treated with ozonated water, oregano essential o...
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A large part of the vegetation on the earth is unsuitable for human consumption but is fairly consumed by grazing and herbivorous animals. Cattle convert straw and stover in their rumen and the excreted waste from their body like dung and urine are subsidiary. Proper management, processing and valorisation of cow dung and cow urine into energy, man...
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The modern-day paper industry is highly capital-intensive industries in the core sector. Though there are several uses of paper for currency, packaging, education, information, communication, trade and hygiene, the flip side of this industry is the impact on the forest resources and other ecosystems which leads to increasing pollution in water and...
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Nanotechnology proved as a boon to this era and is widely applied in many areas of science and technology. Agriculture is the backbone of industrial raw material and it is very important to have technologies supporting high yield, better crop production and protection in a cost effective, ecofriendly and sustainable way. Globally, there is a lot of...
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To meetthechallengesoffoodsecurityinasustainable way,technological intervention inagricultureis ofprime importance. With the existing conventional technologies supporting high yield, better crop production and protection, the emphasis is now on use of nanotechnology. Exploring new applications of nanotechnology has gained momentum in recent years a...
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Center for Rural Development and Technology@ IIT Delhi is conducting a short term course on Agri business planning and project appraisal techniques from 03rd to 08th December, 2018
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The present study was undertaken to investigate engineering properties (viz. mass, density, volume, porosity, surface area, specific surface area, coefficient of friction, angle of repose, mechanical properties and colour) and chemical characteristics (moisture, oil and protein content) of Karanj (Pongamia pinnata) seeds and kernels. The length (l)...
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World demand for paper has increased at an average annual rate of 4.7% over the past 40 years. Wood fiber makes longer-term impacts of forest harvesting. It is, therefore, necessary to consider alternative fiber sources for papermaking. Non-wood fibers are alternate fibers presence non-woody cellulosic plant materials from which papermaking fibers...

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