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Publication for Volume-2 Issue-4, March 2017

Title
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Ergonomical Comparison of Different VDT Workstations for Physically Disabled Wheelchair Users
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Md Shadab Sarwar, Integral University, Lucknow; Er Shara Khursheed ,Integral University, Lucknow; Mahmood Alam ,Integral University, Lucknow; Hoomam Ahamad ,Integral University, Lucknow
Country
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India
Research Area
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Ergonomics
This study presents a comparison between different workstations for physically disabled wheel chair users and their reach from wheel chairs based on anthropometric data and reach dimensions and clearance dimensions on the basis of various parameters such as stature, eye height, shoulder height, popliteal height, etc. Three workstations of VDT (Visual Display Terminal) workstations are considered to determine whether they are appropriate for use by wheelchair users. The study finds that presently available computer desks have difficulties, in terms of both design and reachability of peripheral devices, to wheelchair users. Some VDT tasks result in awkward body postures in virtual subjects. New VDT workstations are designed and recommended to solve the shortcomings found. The aim of the workstation analysis was to obtain maximum postural efficiency, bearing in mind environmental, manufacturing and marketing constraints
Keywords : VDT, Wheelchair Users, Anthropometric Data, Postural Analysis
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Title
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Comparison of Feature Detection and Matching Approaches: SIFT and SURF
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Darshana Mistry, EInfochips Training and Research Academy; Asim Banerjee ,Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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Image Processing
Feature detection and matching are used in image registration, object tracking, object retrieval etc. There are number of approaches used to detect and matching of features as SIFT(Scale Invariant Feature Transform), SURF(Speeded Up Robust Feature), FAST, ORB etc. SIFT and SURF are most useful approaches to detect and matching of features because of it is invariant to scale, rotate, translation, illumination, and blur. In this paper, there is comparison between SIFT and SURF approaches are discussed. SURF is better than SIFT in rotation invariant, blur and warp transform. SIFT is better than SURF in different scale images. SURF is 3 times faster than SIFT because using of integral image and box filter. SIFT and SURF are good in illumination changes images. 
Keywords : SIFT (Scale Invariant Feature Transform), SURF (Speeded Up Robust Feature), invariant, integral image, box filter
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Title
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Brain Tumor Extraction From MRI Images Using Segmentation Techniques: A Review
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Ankita kapil, Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur; Dr. Shailja Shukla ,Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur
Country
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India
Research Area
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Digital Image Processing
Medical image processing has dramatically revolutionized the health care sector by helping clinicians towards early and accurate diagnosis of the disease. MRI is one of the most versatile and widely used imaging modality. Brain tumours are the abnormal growth of tissues and this can be benign and malign subject to the tumour location and size, which are often difficult to visually diagnose from MRI film. Therefore, several image processing techniques have been developed and in use for accurate and early detection. Image Segmentation typically applied to detect a specific region in an image and is often used in biomedical field. One of the most challenging implementation of this technique is in brain tumour recognition. This paper presents a comparative study of different segmentation techniques for extraction of tumour from MRI images.
Keywords : Image processing, brain tumour, Image segmentation, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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Title
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Fly Ash Tiles and Its Resistance to Wear
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Chitra Shijagurumayum, KIIT University; Saransa Sahoo ,KIIT University; Anushree Khare ,KIIT University
Country
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India
Research Area
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Concrete Technology
As fly ash consist of more fine particles and amorphous in nature, it shows pozzolanic behavior and sometimes also self-cementitious character. Depending on the proportion of its porosity and its chemical constitutes, its density ranges between 1.3g/cm3 and 4.8g/cm3. To-date cement and concrete industry uses around half of fly ash. Concrete tiles can be another substitution to the costly traditional tiles. Traditional tiles also have low operating life. Here full size tiles for different compositions of fly ash are picked for the abrasion resistance test. The test samples were of size 70.6mm×70.6mm i.e. their surface area is 5000mm2. 
Keywords : Abrasion Test, Concrete Tiles, Fly Ash, Pozollana, Thermal Power Plant
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Title
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Optimization of Tig Welding Parameters for Hardness and Study the Effect on Microstructure of Titanium Alloy
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Mirza Muneer Baig, Lords Institute of Engineering & Tech, Hyderabad; Asfan Mohiuddin ,Institute of Engineering & Tech, Hyderabad; Mohd Akram ,Institute of Engineering & Tech, Hyderabad; Md Saif Khan ,Institute of Engineering & Tech, Hyderabad; Md Shadab Alam ,Institute of Engineering & Tech, Hyderabad
Country
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India
Research Area
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Titanium Alloys are Used Extensively in Aerospace Applications
Titanium alloys are used extensively in aerospace applications such as components in aero- engines and space shuttles, mainly due to their superior strength to weight ratio. The need to weld the alloy for certain engine components can expose the alloy locally to non-optimum thermal cycles and it is therefore of important to study the effect of process parameters on weld quality. To improve the welding quality of Titanium (Ti) plate an automated TIG welding system has been developed, by which welding speed can be control during welding process. Welding of Titanium has been performed in 9 phases with different set of parameters using L9 orthogonal array. Effect of welding current, welding speed and gas flow rate on hardness of welded portion has been investigated. Taguchi Orthogonal array, signal to noise (S/N) ratio and analysis of variance (ANOVA) are employed to investigate the welding characteristics of titanium, optimize the welding parameters and calculate contribution of each parameter. Optical microscopic analysis has been done on the weld zone to evaluate the effect of welding parameters on welding quality.Effect of welding current, welding speed and gas flow rate on hardness of welded portion has been investigated. Taguchi Orthogonal array, signal to noise (S/N) ratio and analysis of variance (ANOVA) are employed to investigate the welding characteristics of titanium, optimize the welding parameters and calculate contribution of each parameter. Optical microscopic analysis has been done on the weld zone to evaluate the effect of welding parameters on welding quality.
Keywords : Automated TIG Welding System, Orthogonal Array, Signal to Noise (S/N) Ratio, ANOVA.
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Title
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Positioning of Conveyor Belt and Loadcell Measurement
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Senthil kumar K, Saranathan college of engineering; Muhammed Juwaini J ,Saranathan College of Engineering; Mohammed Ansar R ,Saranathan College of Engineering; Sivasankara Narayanan R ,Saranathan College of Engineering; Aravind P, Saranathan College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Industrial Automation
Most of the conveyor applications are run at constant speed or at variable speed. It can be achieved by three various methods. They are pulse control, velocity control and network control. The position of a belt will be change when it is rotated in dangerous speed. To prevent from these certain parameters are should be followed. They are side of flow direction, motor position and motor terminal box. The input voltage given to the conveyor may be a DC/AC supply. In industries they are mostly preferred AC voltage motors. In case of single direction rotating the motor, it consumes maximum 1W to 200 W. By the depending on motors connected its power consumption will be varied.
Keywords : AC Motor, Arduino, Loadcell, Encoder and Alarming Unit
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Title
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Image Compression using DPCM
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Reenu Sharma, SRCEM; Sweta Agrawal ,SRCEM
Country
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India
Research Area
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Image Processing
The Differential pulse code modulation (DPCM) [1, 2] may be used to remove the unused bit in the image for image compression. In this paper we compare the compressed image for 1 and 3 bit/pixel using DPCM and also compare the estimation error. We decrease the compressed image distortion and the estimation error. The PMSE in 3bit/pixel DPCM less 9-10 dB compare to 1bit/pixel DPCM. 
Keywords : Nyquist Sampling, Quantization, Pridiction Error, DPCM, PMSE
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Title
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Medical Image Analysis and Achieving Compression using Hybrid Lossless and Lossy Compression Technique
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Jay Kumar Soni, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus (SSTC), SSGI (FET), Junwani Bhilai C.G; Mr. Chandrashekhar Kamargaonkar, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus (SSTC), SSGI (FET), Junwani Bhilai C.G; Dr. Monisha Sharma, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus (SSTC), SSGI (FET), Junwani Bhilai C.G
Country
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India
Research Area
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Image Processing
Medical images like X-ray, CT or MRI produces visual representation of inner body structure. To recognize and name the exact character of a disease or a problem of human health condition, medical imaging is best method for them. For storage & transmission purpose there exist a need for compression of these images. Current compression schemes provide a very high compression rate with a considerable loss of quality. In medical imaging, it is a prime requirement to maintain high image quality in region of interest i.e diagnostically important regions. This work analyse a hybrid model of lossless compression in region of interest with high compression rate and lossy compression in other region. In this paper medical image is separated into two region, one is called NROI and other is called ROI. Region of interest part is compressed with ASPIHT algorithm and NROI part is compressed with the help of Block Truncation Coding algorithm. Our algorithm provide better PSNR and CR for medical images.
Keywords : Image compression, WT (wavelet transform), db(Daubechies wavelet), BTC(Block Truncation Coding) SPIHT(Set Partitioning In Hierarchical Tree), ASPIHT(SPIHT using adaptive coding order), PSNR (Peak signal to noise ratio), Compression Ratio(CR), MSE(mean squ
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Title
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A Literature Review on Structural Properties of Different Types of Robots
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Rushabh S. Mole, Suman Ramesh Tusiyani Technical Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Khamshet, Pune-410405; Akash M. Rode ,Suman Ramesh Tusiyani Technical Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Khamshet, Pune-410405; Ketan N. Phadtare ,Suman Ramesh Tusiyani Technical Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Khamshet, Pune-410405; Pavan D. Patil ,Suman Ramesh Tusiyani Technical Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Khamshet, Pune-410405; Jitendra B. Satpute ,Suman Ramesh Tusiyani Technical Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Khamshet, Pune-410405
Country
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India
Research Area
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Automization
Nowadays Robots are playing a vital role in all the activities in human life including industrial needs. In modern industrial manufacturing process consists of precise and fastest proceedings. Human operations are needed to perform a various tasks in a robotic system such as set-up, programming, trouble shooting, maintenance and error handling activities. Hazardous conditions exist when human operators interfere into the robotic work zones. Human perception, decision making, and action strategies need to be studied to prevent robot-related accidents. System designers and technology managers they are required to consider the limitations of operator perceptual process in design and layout of robotic system. The ultimate object is to save human lives to increasing productivity and quality of high technology work environments. Effective safety training programs for work with industrial robots should be developed. One of the major areas of Research & Development (R&D) that has made a radical improvement in Computer Science and electronics is “Automation” and “Artificial Intelligence”. Autonomous Systems are self-governed and does not require any manual interventions. The objective of the paper is to study the all types of robots and sate its properties, advantages disadvantages and applications.
Keywords : Types of Robots, DOF, Properties, End effector, Configuration;
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Title
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Fatigue Failure of Pan Mixer Shaft
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Samir Hatwar, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering.; Rahul A. Jibhakate ,G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering.
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical
The primary aim of the present study was to find out the cause of failure of concrete pan mixer shaft. This shaft under various loading may failed like, overloading, bending, fatigue, vibration, etc. By this study, the main cause of Failure of shaft is fatigue. “Fatigue failure is defined as the tendency of material to fracture by means of progressive brittle cracking under repeated altering or cyclic stresses”. This paper only describes the investigation of fatigue failure of pan mixer shaft on the basis of literature survey and extensive study of the existing pan mixer. In this paper we will see the cause of failure of shaft by using various methodologies and various literature papers which are added in this review paper.
Keywords : Concrete Pan Mixer, Shaft, Fatigue Failure
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Title
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Solar Power Optimizer for DC Distribution System
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Leander J. Ataide, Goa College of Engineering; Aditi A. Desai, Goa College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electrical Engineering
Solar Power Optimizer(SPO) for DC Distribution System comprises of a high step-up solar power optimizer (SPO) which efficiently harvests maximum energy from a photovoltaic (PV) panel, energy is output to a dc-micro grid. It integrates coupled inductor and switched capacitor technologies to realize high step-up voltage gain. The leakage inductance energy of the coupled inductor can be recycled to reduce power losses and voltage stress. A low low-conduction resistance and voltage rating switch improves system efficiency by employing the fuzzy logic method for the (MPPT) maximum power point tracking algorithm. It has high tracking accuracy, hence the method is widely used to harvest energy of PV systems. The reduction in power caused by the existing shadow effect on PV panels is an unavoidable problem in a centralized PV system. The use of a micro inverter or ac module has recently been proposed for individual PV panels.
Keywords : PV, SPO, BOOST
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Title
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Automation of Electrical Isolators/ Disconnector using Electrical Motor and Gearbox
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Yash Abhang, NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering; Anuj Kadam ,NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering; Anas Qureshi ,NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering; Swapnil Kale ,NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering; Digvijay Mahajan ,NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical Engineering- Machine Design
Electrical Isolators have been used primarily before circuit breakers in a power transmission substation. Circuit Breakers are used to isolate the circuit. The break points cannot be viewed externally as they lie within the circuit breaker. Electrical Isolators are therefore physical switches that are in place to ensure that the complete connection or disconnection to the whole circuit is made. It is very essential safety switch. These Electrical Isolators used in substations are manually handled, to open or close the Electrical Isolator/ Disconnector switch. This process is hazardous for the person operating the Isolators/ Disconnectors. Therefore, to automate the operation an electric motor can be used. This motor can be used to operate the Electrical Isolator/Disconnector switch remotely. A gear box needs to be designed to give necessary output speed needed to operate the electrical Isolator/Disconnector switch mechanism. Hence, in this project a speed reducer gearbox has been designed for two electrical motors with powers: 0.5 HP and 1 HP. The gearbox uses spur gear pair and worm gear pair to get the necessary output speed. 
Keywords : Electrical Isolator/Disconnector, Switch, Automation, Gearbox, Electric Motor
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Title
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Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Horizontal Heated Plate for Natural Convection
Article Type
:
Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Aneesh k Johny, Mar Athanasius College of Engineering; Gokul Raj C R ,Mar Athanasius College of Engineering; Nandhu Krishna ,Mar athanasius College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Free or natural convection heat transfer is predominant in many engineering applications such as cooling of electronic equipment, pollution, materials processing, energy systems, and safety in thermal processes and geophysical flows. The present work discusses about the result of a computational fluid dynamics study of Steady, Laminar, Free convection heat transfer in a horizontal plate facing upwards in which two walls are adiabatic and other two ends are open to the ambient .The aim is to simulate the flow using appropriate CFD tools and compare the results with available experimental data. The CFD tool used here is ANSYS-FLUENT
Keywords : ANSYS Fluent, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Heat Transfer, Natural Convection, Plate
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Title
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AC-DC Flyback Converter for Outdoor LED Lighting
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Swati Kunkolkar, Goa college of Engineering; Dr. V.N Shet ,Goa college of Engineering
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Power and Energy Engineering
 An AC-DC flyback converter for outdoor LED lighting is proposed. In the proposed converter is designed to be operated in the discontinuous-conduction mode (DCM) to achieve a high power factor. A DC-DC flyback module is designed to provide input-output electrical isolation. This improves safety. In addition to this, a low-voltage-rating capacitor can be used as the DC-bus. PSIM based simulations are carried out. This paper addresses a novel approach for designing and modeling of the isolated flyback converter. A detailed analysis and simulation are conferred for flyback converter in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM).
Keywords : LED (light emitting diode), interleaved flyback, PFC (power factor correction), THD (Total harmonic distortion), Design, Analysis and result
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Title
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Energy Efficient Business Card Recognition and Translation Over Cloud Computing using Google Vision
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Ashwini A. Shinde, LoGMIEER, Nashik; Malini D. Tungar ,LoGMIEER, Nashik; Pooja S. Khairnar ,LoGMIEER, Nashik; Jyoti S. Gunjkar ,LoGMIEER, Nashik
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mobile Application
Developments in cloud computing and smart phone technology have opened the door for many unique applications to be created. In a world that is interminable becoming more globalize, there are more interactions between different languages. One of such applications is the ability to allow users to use computer vision with a camera on their phone to translate foreign language into their native language. However, early adopters of this. Technologies are far from optimal when it comes to features and robustness of their apps. Exploring options for optimizing allocation of resources and maximizing features of these apps can greatly improve the technology for users and distributors alike. In this project we introduce a scalable and energy efficient computer vision protocol for the text translation using Google Vision and reduce power consumption by uploading the translation computation on server, improving the data usage, and accuracy of translation. Our proposed idea is based on a camera driven process algorithm and an energy-efficient model to improve energy efficiency and provide the scalability support for foreign language translation. To validate the proposed idea, a Java based platform is developed. Our results demonstrate that compared the existing application with our application energy efficient and scalable application showed much better performance than existing applications including Google App.
Keywords : Cloud Computing, Computer Vision, Energy Efficient, Google Vision, Mobile App, Power Consumption.
[1]	Yasuhiko Watanabe Kazuya Sono Kazuya Yokomizo.” TRANSLATION CAMERA ON MOBILE PHONE”, Dept. of Electronics and Informatics, Ryukoku University, Seta, Otsu, Shiga, Japan, 2002.
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Title
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Design of Active Voltage Regulator for Voltage Sag Mitigation
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Casey Zyron Noronha, Goa College of Engineering; S.B. Karapurkar ,Goa College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electrical Engineering
 Power Quality (PQ) problems have obtained increasing attentions as they can affect lots of sensitive end-users. Studies indicate that voltage sags, transients and momentary interruptions constitute 92% of all the PQ problems occurring in the distribution power system. Typical sag can be a drop between 10% and 90% of the rated rms voltage and has the duration time of 0.5 cycles to 1 min. According to the data presented, majority of the sags recorded are of depth no less than 50%, but deeper sags with long duration time obviously cannot be ignored as they are more intolerable than shallow and short-duration sags to the sensitive electrical consumers. The most studied voltage regulator topologies can be generally categorized into two groups the inverter-based regulator and direct AC–AC converters. Series-connected Devices (SD) are voltage-source inverter-based regulators and an SD compensate for voltage sags by injecting a missing voltage in series with the grid. A new design is proposed in order to compensate the voltage levels. High operation efficiency is obtained by this method of controlling due to application of the DC link voltage adaptive control method. Additionally, the proposed active voltage quality regulator is a cost effective solution for long duration sags that are lower than 50% of the nominal voltage as it is transformer less compared with the traditional dynamic voltage restorer.
Keywords : Voltage sag, series connected device, DVR
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[2]	M. F. McGranaghan, D. R. Mueller, and M. J. Samotyj, “Voltage sags in industrial systems,” IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl., vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 397–403, Mar./Apr. 1993.
[3]	A. Bendre, D. Divan, W. Kranz, and W. Brumsickle, “Equipment failures caused by power quality disturbances,” in Proc. IEEE IAS Conf. Record, 2004, pp. 482–489.
[4]	M. F. Alves and T. N. Ribeiro, “Voltage sag: an overview of IEC and IEEE standards and application criteria,” in Proc. IEEE Transmiss. Distrib. Conf., 1999, vol. 2, pp. 585–589.
[5]	S. Subramanian and M. K. Mishra, “Inter phase AC–AC topology for voltage sag supporter,”IEEE Trans. Power Electron., vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 514– 518, Feb. 2010.
[6]	M. H. J. Bollen, Understanding Power Quality Problems, Voltage Sags and Interruptions. Piscataway, NJ, USA: IEEE Press, 2002.
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[8]	S. M. Hietpas and M. Naden, “Automatic voltage regulator using an AC voltage-voltage converter, ”IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl., vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 33– 38, Jan./Feb. 2000.
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Title
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Design Optimization using Crowdsourcing
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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N.Bhaskar, KCG College of Technology; Kalpana.K ,KCG College of Technology; Divya.M ,KCG College of Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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Data Mining
Crowdsourcing is the disperse problem solving model in the domain of Data mining that has emerged in recent years. Crowdsourcing is designed to relieve the user from the burden dealing with the crowd. The Motivation of the project is the registered users or any group of audience from social media who are registered can rate the designs from Number of designs provided by the designers and filter by the admin based on different contexts and the filtered rated designs are displayed to the end users or customers. The project is mainly for the particular boutique shop. The project is based on query optimization: cost-based and latency based query optimization.
Keywords : Crowdsourcing, Data Mining, Query Optimization, Cost and Latency
[1]	A. D. Sharma, A. Parameswaran, H. Garcia-Molina, and A. Halevy, "Crowd-powered find algorithms," in Proc. IEEE 30th Int. Conf. Dta Eng., 2014, pp. 964–975.
[2]	A. G. Parameswaran, H. Garcia-Molina, H. Park, N. Polyzotis,A. Ramesh, and J. Widom. Crowdscreen: algorithms for filtering data with humans. In SIGMOD Conference, pages 361–372, 2012.
[3]	Ju Fan, Meihui Zhang, Stanley Kok, Meiyu Lu, and Beng Chin Ooi. CrowdOp: Query Optimization for Declarative Crowdsourcing Systems, in knowledge and data engineering, vol. 27, no.8, august 2015.
[4]	S. B. Davidson, S. Khanna, T. Milo, and S. Roy. Using the crowd for top-k and group-by queries inProc. 16th Int. Conf. DatabaseTheory, 2013, 225–236.
[5]	A. G. Parameswaran, H. Park, H. Garcia-Molina, N. Polyzotis, and J. Widom. Deco: declarative crowdsourcing. In CIKM, pages 1203 – 1212, 2012.
[6]	M. J. Franklin, D. Kossmann, T. Kraska, S. Ramesh, and R. Xin. Crowddb: answering queries with crowdsourcing. In SIGMOD Conference, pages 61–72, 2011.
[7]	A. Marcus, E. Wu, S. Madden, and R. C. Miller. Crowdsourced databases: Query processing with people. In CIDR, pages 211–214, 2011
Title
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Design, Fabrication and Calibration of a Five Hole Pressure Probe for Measurement of Three Dimensional Flows
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Rojo Kurian Daniels, Mar Athanasius College of Engineering , Kothamangalam, Kerala Pin: 686666; Nikhil Babu P ,Mar Athanasius College of Engineering; Bobin Jacob ,Mar Athanasius College of Engineering; Jeoju M Issac ,Mar Athanasius College of Engineering; Ernest Markose Mathew ,Mar Athanasius College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Fluid Mechanics
The accuracy in measurement of flow rate of liquids and gases is an essential requirement for maintaining the quality of industrial processes and the industrial control loops are used to control the rate of flow of incoming liquids or gases so as to achieve the control objective. Different types of flow measuring techniques are being used in various industries. The common types of flowmeters used in industrial applications are : (a) Obstruction type (differential pressure or variable area) (b) Inferential (turbine type), (c) Electromagnetic, (d) Positive displacement (integrating), (e) fluid dynamic (vortex shedding), (f) Anemometer, (g) ultrasonic and (h) Mass flowmeter (Coriolis). Pressure probe is one of the common instruments used to measure the stagnation pressure, the static pressure, and the flow angle within a fluid stream. When we are designing a pneumatic probe for flow measurements, the effects of blockage, frequency response, pressure hole size and geometry, the local Mach and Reynolds numbers and the relative scale of the phenomena under study must be addressed. Five-hole probes are a newer type after the development of two-hole Conrad and three-hole Cobra probes which are used to measure the pitch and yaw angles of the flow, the stagnation pressure and dynamic or static pressure. Here, five hole probe is fabricated and then calibrated by using continuous wind tunnel. It can be extensively used for three dimensional flow measurements. It is a good alternative to costly techniques of flow measurement.be volumetric or mass flow rate, the medium could be gas or liquid, the measurement could be intrusive or non intrusive, and so on. Hence, different types of flow measuring techniques are being used in various industries. The common types of flowmeters used in industrial applications are : (a) Obstruction type (differential pressure or variable area) (b) Inferential (turbine type), (c) Electromagnetic, (d) Positive displacement (integrating), (e) fluid dynamic (vortex shedding), (f) Anemometer, (g) ultrasonic and (h) Mass flow meter (Coriolis). Pressure probe is one of the common instruments used to measure the stagnation pressure, the static pressure, and the flow angle within a fluid stream. When we are designing a pneumatic probe for flow measurements, the effects of blockage, frequency response, pressure hole size and geometry, the local Mach and Reynolds numbers and the relative scale of the phenomena under study must be addressed. In general, better accuracy is obtainable if smaller probes and transducers are used though this usually means that the response times are longer and that there are greater problems with contamination in dirty environments. Five-hole probes are a newer type after the development of two-hole Conrad and three-hole Cobra probes. They are used to measure the pitch and yaw angles of the flow, the stagnation pressure and dynamic or static pressure. As a result, they provide sufficient information to fully specify the velocity components and pressure fields providing that the stagnation temperature and so, the density, is known. Here, five hole probe is fabricated and then calibrated
by using continuous wind tunnel. The probe is faced with known flow velocity for calibration. The velocity of the air stream is kept at 35 m/sec and it is calibrated for different yaw and pitch angle. The graphs for the calibration are compared. From these graphs, it had been found that suitable range for yaw and pitch angle is - 30º and +30º. It can be extensively used for three dimensional flow measurements. It is a good alternative to costly techniques of flow measurement.
Keywords : Multi-Hole Pressure Probe, Five-Hole Probe, Calibration, Cp PITCH, CpYAW, Three-Dimensional Flow, Araldite Cladex Solution, Stagnation Pressure, Micro Manometer
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[5]	Demetri Telionis, Yihong Yang , “Recent Developments in Multi-Hole Probe (MHP) Technology” , 20th International Congress of Mechanical Engineering November 15-20, 2009, Gramado.
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[7]	.B. O. Johnson, “A Multi-Holed Pressure Probe Accuracy Analysis” Thesis report, University Of Florida, 2012.
[8]	A.J. Pisasale, N.A. Ahmed , “A novel method for extending the calibration range of five-hole probe for highly three-dimensional flows”, Journal of Flow Measurement and Instrumentation Vol. 13, p 23–30, 2002.
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[10]	C. Ostowari, W. H. Wentz , “Modified Calibration Technique of a Five-Hole Probe for High Flow Angles” Technical notes Experiments in Fluids, 1983.
[11]	T. Jason, C. Cengiz , “Sub-Miniature Five-Hole Probe Calibration Using A Time Efficient Pitch And Yaw Mechanism And Accuracy Improvements”, Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo Turbine Technical Conference IGTI, Vancouver, Canada, June 6-10, 2011.
[12]	T. Yasa, G. Paniagua, “Robust procedure for multi-hole probe data processing”, Journal of Flow Measurement and Instrumentation, Vol. 26, p46–54, 2012.
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