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Publication for Volume-2 Issue-1, December 2016

Title
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Simulation of Photovoltaic Burp Charge System on Energy Saving by Smart Charge Management
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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S. Ravikanth, DVR & Dr.HS MIC College of Technology; K. Saiteja ,DVR & Dr.HS MIC College of Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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non conventional
To accomplish beat charge utilizing direct photovoltaic (PV) vitality, it is important to keep the vitality supply from PV module constant and ideal, particularly to keep vitality supply from hindering amid the beat break period. To play out the said thought, a PV burp charge framework (PV-BCS) proposed is to make PV vitality pump constant with ideal most extreme power point following (MPPT), which builds the PV use, and to dispatch the rest of the PV vitality for further stockpiling in the beat break period. A brilliant charging administration (CM) presents three sorts of charge statuses, a burp beat (BP) charge and two heartbeat charges, which charges three batteries, Bm, B1, and B2 con-as of now and exclusively. The two heartbeat charges gave are to going with the BP charge so as to keep the PV vitality supply ceaseless and esteem the rest of the vitality for further stockpiling. The BP charge for Bm is made out of a positive heartbeat (PP) charge in a positive burp beat (PBP) period and negative heartbeat (NP) charge in non-PBP period. The other two batteries B1 and B2 are dependably with PP charge in the non-PBP period, in which B1 charges the rest of the PV vitality to keep the PV vitality supply consistent, understanding the vitality loving idea; B2 charges the release sum from Bm by seriously releasing, which to be sure is proportional to the NP charge, accomplishing the vitality recuperation idea. A lab model, 250-W PV-BCS, with explained reenactment and investigation exhibits the proposed simultaneous charging thought, which is practical for considering a vitality sparing idea, particularly relevant in an extensive scale vitality administration for, for example, battery trade station to electric vehicle benefit. Furthermore, the PV-BCS can be further as a mixture charger for renewable vitality application if extra renewable vitality is blended with the PV vitality, for example, wind vitality.
Keywords : PV-BCS, MPPT, Multi Level Inverter
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Title
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Art Quest
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Jayasheela Kallaganiger, KLEIT, HUBBALLI; Jayasheela D K ,KLEIT, HUBBALLI; Anupama S N ,KLEIT, HUBBALLI; Ananthraj A ,KLEIT, HUBBALLI; Ishwari V G ,KLEIT, HUBBALLI
Country
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India
Research Area
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Computer Applications
The “Art Quest” is a web application through which paint art object meet the audience safely. The exhibition is universally understood to be for temporary period. This web application is an online paint art exhibition where art picture will be uploaded and displayed for auction. The application helps artist and non-artist (painters) to exhibit and sell their paint arts. The application assures to get good price for the arts as auction facility is available. The paint arts are exhibited online, avoids the burden of carrying art from one place to another. Artist thus need not worry about transport damages to the arts.
Keywords : Exhibition, Bids on arts, Commercial Exhibition, Auction, Revolution 
[1]	R.Priyah1, Viji Vinod2”Digital Online Shopping Using 3D in Augmented Reality” International Journal of Web Technology ISSN: 2278-2389
[2]	Upasana Kanchan1 , Naveen Kumar2 and Abhishek Gupta “A STUDY OF ONLINE PURCHASE BEHAVIOUR OF CUSTOMERS IN INDIA”, http://ictactjournals.in/paper/IJMS_paper_4_pp_136_142.pdf
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Title
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A Comparative Analysis: DuckDuckGo Vs. Google Search Engine
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Dr. Vaishali S Parsania, AITS; Foram Kalyani ,AITS; Dr. Krunal Kamani ,AAU
Country
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India
Research Area
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Search Engine
Search engines are like power houses of the World Wide Web, returning number of responses to number of queries every day satisfying people. Search Engine has been the key utility of internet. There exists many search engines in the world like Google search engine, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Baidu, Soso, Naver, Yandex, Seznam etc. Number of search engines in the world kept on linearly increasing at one instant, but the only search engine that went through bricks and succeeded in being highly used today is - Google Search Engine. To get compete many search engine tried to incorporate flexibility and facilities along with security, but Google search engine turned to be at top in terms of all. DuckDuckGo’s unique features like Zero-click information, category pages, ambiguous keyword detection, simpler links, less spam and many others have made it popular among users. Nowadays most of the Linux based system is using DuckDuckGo as default search Engine. It was also introduced in hardware such as ' Raspberry pi' as default. It work more efficiently on Raspbian( A raspberry pi Operating System ). In this paper features of both search engines are analyzed. And based on that comparative analysis of both search engines is being done in this paper.Nowadays most of the Linux based system is using DuckDuckGo as default search Engine. It was also introduced in hardware such as ' Raspberry pi' as default. It work more efficiently on Raspbian( A raspberry pi Operating System ). In this paper features of both search engines are analyzed. And based on that comparative analysis of both search engines is being done in this paper.
Keywords : Search Engine, Google, DuckDuckGo, Raspberry pi, Raspbian, Baidu, Naver, Yandex, Seznam, Googlebot
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Title
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Overview of Industrial Inverters for Photovoltaic Applications
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Mr. Nathgosavi Kiran M., Rajrambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar
Country
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India
Research Area
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Power System
As the growth of India is goes on increases rapidly power demand is also increases. To meet this power demand it is not good to only depend on the available power sources such as dam cola power plant etc. On the other hand there is huge development in renewable energy sources has been done. So one solution to fulfill power demand is to interconnect renewable energy sources with grid. To interconnect renewable sources with grid power converter plays an important role. This paper presents the overview of industrial inverters for photovoltaic application. What are the conventional topologies are present that introduce in section II and advance inverter topologies such as ac-dc and dc-dc are introduced in section III.
Keywords : String Inverter, Multistring Inverter, Central Topology, AC modular Topology, PV system. 
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Title
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Energy Efficient Collaborative Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Mr.S.Esakki Rajavel, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tamilnadu,,India; Mr.B.Pradheep T Rajan ,Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tamilnadu,,India; E.Edinda Christy ,Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tamilnadu,,India
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electronics and Communication Engineering
Depending on trust management, an energy efficient collaborative spectrum sensing (EE-CSS) protocol is put forward. In contrast to the traditional collaborative spectrum sensing (T-CSS), here we are attaining energy efficiency by limiting the overall count of sensing reports exchanged between the honest secondary users (HSUs) and the secondary user base station (SUBs). In EE-CSS, it is concluded that the least total count of sensing reports needed to fulfill a target global false alarm (FA) and missed detection (MD) probabilities in T-CSS is more. We are calculating steady-state average SU trust value and total count of SU sensing reports transmitted in both T-CSS and EE-CSS. Derivations are made for the global FA and detection probabilities Qf and Qd for a data fusion method. The effect of link outages on Qf and Qd are also examined. The output tells that the energy consumption in T-CSS is comparatively higher than in EE-CSS for long range communications where the transit energy is dominant.
Keywords : EE-CSS Protocol T-CSS, Data Fusion Techniques
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Title
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Design and Fabrication of Mechanical Lift for Transportation
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Miss. Aishwarya B. Shinde, NBN Sinhgad COE, Ambegaon, Pune; Miss. Pranita B. Daphal ,NBN Sinhgad COE, Ambegaon, Pune; Miss. Pratiksha S. Nilange ,NBN Sinhgad COE, Ambegaon, Pune; Miss. Vrushali H. Dongre ,NBN Sinhgad COE, Ambegaon, Pune; Prof. R. K. Nanwatkar ,NBN Sinhgad COE, Ambegaon, Pune
Country
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India
Research Area
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Design Engineering
Lift is a simple mechanical device used to raise element or object from ground level to a certain height to perform a specific work with maximum load and minimum efforts. This project describes the design as well as analysis of a mechanical scissor lift which works on the principle of screw jack. The design will be developed keeping in mind that the lift can be operated by mechanical means so that the overall cost of the scissor lift is reduced. Also such design can make the lift more compact and much suitable for medium scale work. Conventionally a scissor lift or jack is used for lifting a vehicle to change a tire, to gain access to go to the underside of the vehicle, to lift the body to appreciable height, and many other applications. But in this case along with lifting a vehicle we are also going to make an effort to move the vehicle to a short distance by incorporating roller mechanism. Finally, the analysis will be carried out in order to check the compatibility of the design values.
Keywords : Scissor Lift, Screw Jack, Hydraulic Lift, Pneumatic Lift, Mechanical Lift
[1]	Balkeshwar Singh, Anil Kumar Mishra, “Analysis and Fabrication of Remote Control Lifting Jack”. International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science (IJSEAS) ‐ Volume‐1, Issue‐3, June 2015 ISSN: 2395‐3470.
[2]	Dr. Ramachandra C G, Krishna Pavana, Shivraj Shet and Venugopal Reddy, “Design and fabrication of automotive hydraulic jack system for vehicles”.International Journal of Advances in Engineering Research (IJAER) 2013, Vol. No. 6, Issue No. VI, Dec.
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[6]	Jaydeep M. Bhatt, Milan J. Pandya, “Design And analysis of an aerial scissor lift” Journal of information knowledge and research in Mechanical Engineering, Volume – 02, Issue – 02, P.N.452-455, Nov 12 To Oct 13.
[7]	Ivan Sunit Rout, Dipti Ranjan Patra, Sidhartha Sankar Padhi, Jitendra Narayan Biswal, Tushar Kanti Panda” Design and fabrication of motorized automated object lifting jack” IOSR journal of engineering (IOSRJEN) ISSN (e): 2250-3021, ISSN (p): 2278-8719 Vol. 04, Issue 05 (may. 2014), ||V5|| pp 06-12.
[8]	Rahul J.Kolekar, S.S. Gawade “Design and development of lift for an automatic car parking system” published by India.
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[11]	Osman Adil Osman, Ehab Murtada El-Tijane” A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of B.Sc. in mechanical engineering” university of khartoum faculty of engineering mechanical engineering department August 2015.
[12]	Divyesh Prafulla Ubale, Alan Francy, N.P Sherje “Design, analysis and development of multiutility home equipment using scissor lift mechanism”International Journal of scientific research and management (IJSRM)||Volume||3||Issue||3||Pages||2405-2408||2015||. 
Title
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A Survey of Information Extraction Using Different Databases
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Miss. Aparna M. Bagde, KJCOE, Pisoli, Pune; Prof. D. C. Mehetre ,KJCOE, Pisoli, Pune
Country
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India
Research Area
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Computer Networks
Information extraction is one time process for extraction of a particular kind of relationships of interest from a document collection. Information Extraction is the task of automatically extracting structured information from unstructured or semi-structured machine readable documents. A pipeline of special-purpose processing modules is implemented by Information extraction systems. And a pipeline of special-purpose processing modules targeting the extraction of a particular kind of information. But this kind of extraction of information is not enough because there is some disadvantages occurs i.e. when the information have to be modified or improved, here only small part of the corpus might be affected. In this seminar we proposed the new extraction technique in which extraction needs are expressed in the form of database queries, which are evaluated and optimized by database systems. Furthermore, our approach provides automated query generation components so that casual users do not have to learn the query language in order to perform extraction. “Efficiency and quality of extraction “are the two things in which we highlighted in the information extraction system. In this, we propose a new paradigm for information extraction. In this extraction framework, intermediate output of each text processing component is stored so that only the improved component has to be deployed to the entire corpus. Extraction is then performed on both the previously processed data from the unchanged components as well as the updated data generated by the improved component. Performing such kind of incremental extraction can result in a tremendous reduction of processing time. To realize this new information extraction framework, we propose to choose database management systems over file-based storage systems to address the dynamic extraction needs. Our proposed information extraction is composed of two phase’s i.e. initial phase and extraction phase. Here we use different types of DBMS and its comparison with conclusion that, which database is efficient for incremental information extraction.
Keywords : Information extraction, DBMS, file-based storage systems, extraction framework, Efficiency of extraction.
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Title
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Implementation of a General Purpose Sorter on FPGA
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Mr.Kamel AliKhan Siddiqui, Deccan College of Engineering and Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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Soc- VLSI and FPGA
The objective of the paper is to implement a general purpose sorting algorithm. The paper should offer a sorting network that can be deployed in various applications in impulsive noise reduction filters for image processing and other signal processing applications. The algorithm and sorting network should offer less hardware complexity and better memory usage options. It involves design, simulation and FPGA implementation of a general purpose sorter processor. The paper describes a detailed survey of sorting algorithms that are acquiescent to FPGA implementation, homing in on the most suitable one that may be deployed in digital signal and image processing applications. The work extends by demonstrating the potential of the implemented sorter in noise reduction filters.
Keywords : Digital Algorithm Model & FPGA Implementation, using Xilinx, Finite State Machine for Controller and Design of the Data Path Structure of the Filter
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Title
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Fabrication and Analysis of Waste Heat Recovery System from Automobile Vehicle for Refrigeration Effect
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Mr. Akshay Taru, NBN sinhgad school of engg.; Mr.Akshay Karande ,NBN sinhgad school of engg.; Mr. Akshay Painjane ,NBN sinhgad school of engg.; Mr. Vishal Sutar ,NBN sinhgad school of engg.; Prof. R. K. Nanwatkar ,NBN sinhgad school of engg.
Country
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India
Research Area
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Thermal
The principle of this project is to recovering waste heat from automobile vehicle and utilizes it for refrigeration affection. The waste heat from engine is recovered by using a copper tube wound around exhaust pipe of engine which contains water, which absorbs heat from flue gasses and supplies it to ammonia container through tubes. The ammonia container contains liquefied ammonia under pressure. The tubes containing hot water supplies heat to liquefied ammonia which evaporates and evaporated ammonia is supplied to chiller box. And hence refrigeration is created by vaporized ammonia in chiller box. Waste heat is heat, which is generated in a process by way of fuel combustion or chemical reaction, and then “dumped” into the environment even though it could still be reused for some useful and economic purpose. The essential quality of heat is not the amount but rather its “value”. The strategy of how to recover this heat depends in part on the temperature of the waste heat gases and the economics involved. Large quantity of hot flue gases is generated from Boilers, Kilns, Ovens and Furnaces. If some of this waste heat could be recovered, a considerable amount of primary fuel could be saved. The energy lost in waste gases cannot be fully recovered. However, much of the heat could be recovered and loss minimized by adopting following measures as outlined in this chapter. A waste heat recovery is an energy recovery system which recovers heat from hot streams containing high potential energy, such as hot flue gases from a diesel generator or steam from cooling towers or even waste water from different cooling processes such as in steel cooling or automobiles.
Keywords : Waste heat recovery, Exhaust pipe, Copper tube, Ammonia, Chiller box
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Title
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Some Properties of Bipolar Fuzzy Normal HX Subgroup and its Normal Level Sub HX Groups
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Manikandan, PSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH., DINDIGUL; R. Muthuraj ,H.H. THE RAJAHS' COLLEGE, PUDUKOTTAI; M. Sridharan ,PSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH., DINDIGUL
Country
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India
Research Area
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FUZZY ALGEBRA
In this paper, the notion of the normal level sub HX group is introduced. We discuss the properties of normal level sub HX groups of a bipolar fuzzy normal HX subgroup of a HX group under homomorphism and anti-homomorphism. AMS Subject Classification (2000): 20N25, 03E72, 03F055, 06F35, 03G25.
Keywords : fuzzy set, bipolar fuzzy set , bipolar fuzzy HX subgroup, bipolar fuzzy normal HX subgroup, level sub HX group, normal level sub HX group, 
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Title
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Techniques for Privacy Preservation
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Aswini Prasad, Mount Zion College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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cryptography
A form of biometrics, also called Biometric Encryption or BioCryptics, in which the proves is protected against the misuse of template data by a dishonest verifier. Biometric identification requires that a verifier searches for matches in a data base that contains data about the entire population. This introduces the security and privacy threat that the verifier who steals biometric templates from some (or even all) persons in the data base can perform impersonation attacks. When a private verification system is used on a large scale, the reference data base has to be made available to many different verifiers, who, in general, cannot be trusted. Information stolen from a data base can be misused to construct artificial biometrics to impersonate people. Creation of artificial biometrics is possible even if only part of the template is available. To develop an insight in the security aspects of biometrics, one can distinguish between verification and private verification. In a typical verification situation, access to the reference template allows a malicious verifier to artificially construct measurement data that will pass the verification test, even if the prover has never exposed herself to a biometric measurement after the enrollment. In private verification, the reference data should not leak relevant information to allow the verifier to (effectively) construct valid measurement data. Such protection is common practice for storage of computer passwords. When a computer verifies a password, it does not compare the password typed by the user with a stored reference copy. Instead, the password is processed by a cryptographic one-way function F and the outcome is compared against a locally stored reference string F(y ). So y is only temporarily available on the system hardware, and no stored data allows calculation of y. This prevents attacks from the inside by stealing unencrypted or decrypt able secrets. Biometric verification is defined as the verification of a individual based on the physical, chemical or behavioural attributes of the person. To protect the biometric data containing privacy information, a number of privacy-preserving biometric schemes (PPBSs).These PPBSs can be classified into Biometric encryption based schemes, Cancel able biometric based schemes, Multi-modal and hybrid based schemes, secure computation (SC) based schemes. There is a comparative study of PPBS and select the best one .On the bases of comparisons select the best PPBS is Biometric encryption based schemes.
Keywords : biometric encryption ,cancelable biometric, hybrid based, multimode, secure computation.
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