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Publication for Volume-3 Issue-6, May 2018

Title
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Study the Effect of Single Segmental Baffle cut on Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Er. Satvirpal Singh, North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India; Er. Kulwinder Singh Brar ,North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India; Er. Didar Singh ,Anand College of Engg. And Mgmt., Kapurthala; Er. Karanjeet Singh ,North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical
To figure out the best baffle cut to obtain the maximum overall heat transfer coefficient for the better performance of shell and tube heat exchanger. Methods: To identify the best relation between the baffle cut and overall heat transfer coefficient, six different baffle cut varies from 15% to 40% were taken at the same mass of fluid. To analyze thermal design and overall heat transfer coefficient HTRI was used. To find out the relation between the baffle cut to overall heat transfer coefficient, we generated 2d profile corresponding to length and 3d profile for local heat transfer coefficient. We compared all six design variations to analyze the variation in overall heat transfer coefficient. After comparison of all six variations we figured out optimum relationship between Baffle cut and Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient. Result shows that at a particular cut the rate of heat transfer is the maximum. We found that 25% baffle cut is the optimum cut for single segmental baffle, this provides best combination of shell side velocity and B stream and generate enough turbulence for better heat transfer coefficient. It is also demonstrating good distribution of heat transfer in all localities of heat exchanger. If we decrease the baffle cut, it may increase turbulence but leads to decrease the shell side velocity and B stream, this results the less heat transfer coefficient. Similarly, by increasing the baffle cut there is increase in shell side velocity and B stream, but due to less turbulence less heat transferred. So there is less heat transfer coefficient. Thus for beat the performance of heat exchanger and optimum heat transfer coefficient, there should be best combination of all effective variables
Keywords : Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger, Baffle, Segmental Baffle, Helical Baffle, Overall Performance
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Title
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Emergency Pulse Rate Monitoring and Detecting the Location of Handicapped People using an Embedded System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Shraddha Fagare, Sinhgad Institute of Technology,Lonavala; Aishwarya Bhise ,Sinhgad Institute of Technology,Lonavala; Smita Andhale ,Sinhgad Institute of Technology,Lonavala; Rutuja Ghadge ,Sinhgad Institute of Technology,Lonavala; Dr. S. D. Babar ,Sinhgad Institute of Technology,Lonavala
Country
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India
Research Area
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Android Aplication
The wearable devices have long been used for various factors like for personal security purpose, for detecting multiple health parameters such as sleep apnea, blood pressure etc. Smartphones have become one of the necessary gadgets of our daily routine. So we can use its potential to make our lives more efficient and advanced. This project is specially built considering the handicapped peoples’ needs which describes the Android Application that will continuously monitor the pulse rate of the user & collect the data. The user just needs to press the power button on the smartphone for the predefined time to send this data to the nearest people whenever he/she will feel insecure or weak. The location of the user will be sent through the text message in an emergency situation and also alarm will generate. This message includes the pulse rate details, contact number and changes in the location of handicapped people so that further emergency actions will be taken. The GPS system and KNN algorithm are be used to finding out the nearest people of the user.
Keywords : (K Nearest Neighbors) KNN, (Global Positioning System) GPS, heart rate, Arduino, photoplethysmography (PPG)
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Title
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Design, Analysis and Optimization of Non Standard Weld Neck Body Flange in Small Pressure Vessel
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Er. Karanjeet Singh, North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India; Er. Satvirpal Singh ,North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India; Er. Ramandeep Singh Dhaliwal ,North-West Institute of Engg. And Tech., Dhudike, Moga, Punjab, India; Er. Didar Singh ,Anand College of Engg. And Mgmt., Kapurthala Punjab, India
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical
Pressure vessels are leak proof containers, as the name implies, their main purpose is to contain a given medium under pressure and temperature. Pressure vessels are commonly used in industry to carry both liquid and gases under required pressure and temperature limit. This pressure and temperature comes from an external source or by the application of heat from a direct or indirect source or any combination of them. After the review of many research papers, we find out that basically the most of the pressure vessels diameter was taken was from 300 mm to 2000 mm. Initially, we designed three non-standard body flanged pressure vessels different diameters. Pressure and material of vessels were selected as per practical conditions. We took SA 516 as flange material. After the designing of all cases we figure out the various stresses, loads and deformation using ANSYS and Pv-Elite. After that we redesigned Pressure vessels using standard flanges and figure out the same parameters using Pv-Elite and ANSYS. To optimize the non-standard flange we compared results of both flanges. We found that at almost same operating bolt load in non-standard flange with diameter 500mm has considerable deformation and stress intensity. Whereas in standard flange, in the same case, there is less deformation and stress intensity. The value of deformation and maximum stress intensity in 500mm diameter non-standard flange was 0.044043mm and 107.8 Mpa respectively and in standard flange value of deformation and maximum stress intensity was merely 0.014641mm and 16.548 Mpa respectively. In other two cases, in both standard and non-standard flanges, there is very small difference in deformation and stress intensity. The operating bolt load is slightly higher in standard flange due to greater bolt circle diameter, which results as the slightly higher deformation and stress intensity in both 1000mm and 1500mm diameter flange. In non-standard flange we required more thickness as compared to standard flange. But if we compare the weight of standard and non-standard flange, we found standard flange is almost double in weight.
Keywords : Pressure Vessel, ANSYS, PVElite Software, PRO-E,Mechanical Stresses, ABAQUS
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Title
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IoT Based Agriculture and Transportation Surveillance
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Angad H. Singh, Sandip institute of Engineering and Management; Dr. D. P. Patil ,Sandip institute of Engineering and Management; Shashank R. Thombare ,Sandip institute of Engineering and Management; Suraj R. Jadhav ,Sandip institute of Engineering and Management
Country
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India
Research Area
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Engineering
This paper gives details about monitoring the different parameters of a greenhouse farming namely temperature, soil moisture & humidity and it also describes how transportation surveillance is important for a proper business through internet of things (IOT). Majority farmers can not accurately detect the level of temperature, humidity, light and water level of the field. The monitoring is observed through the website. The proposed system is an embedded system which is used for microclimatic parameters of a greenhouse which helps in improving of quality of crops or specific plant species results maximum production over crop growth. It also diminishes the difficulties involved in the system by reducing human interrupt to the best possible level. The sensor like DHT11 sense the changing parameters and sends it to the digital pin of the Arduino microcontroller. From the Arduino the sensed parameters such as humidity and temperature values are uploaded to the website at regular interval of time through ESP8266 Wi-Fi module. The sensed parameters can be graphically or virtually made available to monitor by the website which results in becoming the system user friendly, fast in speed, reliable and low cost which eliminates existing setup drawbacks. The transport surveillance system uses GPS & GSM modules which enables the farmer to know the exact location of the vehicle carrying produce from the farm.
Keywords : IoT, Arduino, DHT11, ESP8266, GPS, GSM
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Title
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Structural Analysis of Ladder Type Suv Chassis Frame (Diagonal Cross Bracing) using ANSYS 14.0
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Jagamohan Jena, Department of Automobile Engineering RJIT, BSF Academy Tekanpur,India; Prof. Abhishek Chakraborty ,Department of Automobile Engineering RJIT, BSF Academy Tekanpur,India; Prof. Vandana Jain ,Department of Automobile Engineering RJIT, BSF Academy Tekanpur,India
Country
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India
Research Area
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Automobile engineering
The vehicle chassis frame is an important part of an automobile. The chassis frame is the main structure of any vehicle. The main function of chassis frame is to support the body, different parts of an automobile and two longitudinal side members placed on it. The chassis frame has to withstand the stresses as well as deformation occurs in it and to withstand the shock, twist vibration and other stresses. The function is to carry the maximum load for all designed and operating conditions safely and it exists within a limit. On the chassis frame has maximum shear stress and deflection under maximum load. In this project, have calculated the stress (von mises) and shear stress, for the chassis frame also safety factor for safe design and the validation of design for martial, section of frame and shape on life periods will be calculated by fatigue life. Finite element analysis has been done for validation of the chassis frame model. We have taken material as Mild sheet steel for “C” Channel section, with varying the section of rectangular hollow box, “I” Section, and “O” Section to design chassis frame of an SUV. For Analysis using ANSYS 14.0. Software used in this project:-Solid work for design purpose and ANSYS 14 is used for analysis.
Keywords : Ladder Chassis Frame, Mild Steel, C Channel Section, Rectangular Box (Hollow), I Type and Tubular Type Cross Section
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Title
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Smart Waste Sorter Machine
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Tushaar Anthal, Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu; Rakesh Sharma ,Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu; Gulshan Singh ,Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu; Manzoor Ahmad ,Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu; Sanjeev Gupta ,Government College of Engineering and Technology, Jammu
Country
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India
Research Area
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Waste Management
Waste management and its disposal is one of the greatest challenges faced by the world today. It is of vital concern to manage the municipal waste. By effective handling of waste material and by proper recycling, a country can progress in the right direction. In this work, a smart waste sorting machine is developed. It can sort out a variety of waste materials like metal, glass, etc. by using an electro-mechanical system. Conventional sensors are used for sorting out metal and glass and for paper and plastic, LASER and LDR is used. A weight sensor and counter is used to find out the amount of waste sorted. By using this sorting procedure and with proper recycling, the problem of waste management will be solved to some extent. This smart system will, thus help to properly dispose waste and avoids any environmental problems.
Keywords : Microcontroller, Operational Amplifier, Sensor, Waste management, LDR
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Title
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Comparision of Proactive and Reactive Multicasting Routing Protocols in the Wireless Mesh Networks
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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A. Ramakrishna, MLRITM; Dr. K. Subba Rao ,BVRIT-Narsapur
Country
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India
Research Area
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Wireless Networks
Wireless mesh network is one of the most promising technologies in near future. WMN comes under the category of mobile ad-hoc networks to communicate with the internet through a single gateway or more than one gate way. It provides self-configuring, self-healing, and self-organized wires networks. In order to provide a multi-point communication within the wireless mesh networks, a multicast routing protocol is required. Multicast routing is a key technology for modern communication networks. Multicast Routing becomes a prominent technology for wireless communication networks various multicast routing protocols are developed for internet and ad-hoc communications this paper gives the overview of some of the existing proactive, reactive and hybrid multicast routing protocols over WMNs with its strengths and weaknesses. The following multicast routing protocols are selected for their performance comparison; they are On Demand Multicast Routing Protocol(ODMRP), Multicast Ad hoc On Demand distance Vector (MAODV) Protocol, Multicast Open Shortest Path First (MOSPF), Ad hoc Multicasting Routing Protocol(AM Route) Among them, MOSPF and AM Route is a proactive routing protocol.
Keywords : AM Route, MAODV, MOSPF, ODMRP, OPHMR
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Title
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User Authentication using Keystroke Dynamics
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Jyotsna Gaikwad, MET Institute of Engineering, Nashik; Bhagyashree Kulkarni ,MET Institute of Engineering, Nashik; Nikita Phadol ,MET Institute of Engineering, Nashik; Sneha Sarukte ,MET Institute of Engineering, Nashik
Country
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India
Research Area
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Cyber Security
There is need to secure sensitive data and computer systems from intruders while allowing ease of access for authenticating the user is one of the main problems in computer security. Traditionally, passwords have been the usual method for controlling access to computer systems but this approach has many inherent flaws. Keystroke dynamics is a biometric technique to recognize and an analysis of his/her typing patterns. In the experiment, we measure mean, standard deviation and median values of keystroke features such as latency, duration, digraph and their combinations and compare their performance. The latest trend in authenticating users is by using the potentiality of biometrics. Keystroke dynamics is a behavioral biometrics which captures the typing rhythms of users and then authenticates them based on the dynamics captured. In this paper, a detailed study on the evaluation of keystroke dynamics as a measure of authentication is carried out. This paper gives an insight from the infancy stage to the current work done on this domain which can be used by researchers working on this topic.
Keywords : Biometric, Digraph, Infancy, Keystroke Dynamics, Neurons
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Title
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Comparative Analysis of Stepped Impedance with Open and Short Circuited Stub Microstrip Low Pass Fractal Filter
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Pankaj Singh Tomar, Maharana Pratap College of Technology, Gwalior; Ranjeet Kumar ,Maharana Pratap College of Technology, Gwalior
Country
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India
Research Area
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Microstrip Filter
This paper proposed a comparison of stepped impedance fractal low pass filters at 1 GHz with open stub and short-circuited stub. Sierpinski carpet fractals used to reduce filter size and develop low profile filters. Fractal elements or arrays are designed with the concept of self-similarity to achieve sharper cut off point. 1 GHz low pass filter is used for long range communication and smart phone communication for IOT application.
Keywords : Fractal, Chebyshev Response, Stepped Impedance Low Pass Filter, Open Circuited Stub, Short Circuited Stub
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Title
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Design & Analysis of Exhaust Heat Recovery System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Hardik Jamwal, Government College of Engineering and Technology Jammu; Shivam Sharma ,Government College of Engineering and Technology Jammu; Sourab Gupta ,Government College of Engineering and Technology Jammu; Sanjeev Gupta ,Government College of Engineering and Technology Jammu; Siddhant Jandial ,Government College of Engineering and Technology Jamm
Country
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India
Research Area
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Exhaust Heat Recovery
The exhaust gases from the IC Engine caries away about 30% of heat of combustion. The energy available in the exit stream goes as waste, if not utilized properly. The major technical constraint that prevents implementation of ways to heat recovery system is due to its intermittent and time mismatched demand and availability of energy. In the present work, a storage container is integrated with IC engine setup to extract heat from the exhaust gases using a copper plate being heated by forced convection. The performance parameters pertaining to the heat recovery such as amount of heat covered, temperature achieved at every RPM, velocity of exhaust gases and flow curves will be evaluated, analyzed and reported. The feasibility, advantages and disadvantages of the project have also been discussed
Keywords : Exhaust, Silencer, Copper Plate, Convection, Conduction
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Title
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Design of MPPT for Wind Power System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Hitarth Satishbhai Patel, Gujarat Technological University; Harsh Amitkumar Patel ,Gujarat Technological University
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electrical Power System
Wind energy, even though abundant, varies continually as wind velocity varies in magnitude and direction over a time period. As the wind turbine’s rotation depends upon the availability of wind force and if the wind turbine axis is not completely aligned with the wind velocity a significant amount of wind energy is left un-extracted. Our idea is to implement the object sensor in windmill which would sense the wind’s direction and align the turbine axis with it. At present they are using anemometer for controlling the direction of the windmill. Compared to that our system would be more effective for controlling the direction, while the anemometer is replaced by object sensor. The microcontroller directly communicates with the object sensor and it is programmed in such a way that it can trace out where the wind flow is occurring. And on the basis of that, the microcontroller would rotate the wind turbine hub using servomotor or stepper motor.
Keywords : MPPT, Wind Power System
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Title
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Design Development of Bearing Failure Project Set Up
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Prof. N. D. Patil, PVPIT, Budhgaon (Sangli) Maharashtra; Prof. P. P. Awate ,PVPIT Budhgaon
Country
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India
Research Area
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Design
Rolling bearings are well precision, few cost but large amount used in all kinds of rotary machine. It takes long time for the human being to develop the bearing from the initial idea to the modern rolling bearing. The reason why bearing is used is that first it can transfer moment or force. Secondly and maybe more important is that it can be interchanged easily and conveniently when it’s broken. In today’s world maintenance of any machinery is very important in view of downtime of machinery. The bearing sector is one of the examples without which no single rotating machinery work. Production of bearing industries are of high value which leads to the aspects of bearing life & application in more demanding situations.
Keywords : Bearing Failures, Vibrations, Stresses
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Title
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Identification of Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Celin Nesh R, Scad college of engineering and technology; Asirvatham M ,Scad college of engineering and technology
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Digital image processing
Branch retinal artery occlusion (BRAO) is retinal vascular disorder in which one of the branches of the central retinal artery is obstructed which could lead to blindness. The analysis of BRAO region in the retina is necessary for assessment of the severity of retinal ischemia and anoxia. In this paper, a fully automatic framework was proposed to segment BRAO regions based on 3D spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) images. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first automatic 3D BRAO segmentation framework which provide an important contribution to retina clinic. First, the input 3D image is automatically classified into BRAO of acute phase, BRAO of chronic phase or normal retina using AdaBoost classifier based on combining local structural, intensity, textural features with our new feature distribution analyzing strategy. The new feature distribution analysis can be applied in identifying another retinal diseases. The proposed method was tested on SD-OCT images of 36 patients (12 BRAO acute phase, 11 BRAO chronic phase and 13 normal eyes) using leave-one-out strategy.
Keywords : Adaboost Classifier, Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion, Graph Search-Graph Cut Method, Segmentation
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Title
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Detection of Potholes, Humps and Measuring Distance between Two Vehicles using Ultrasonic Sensor and Accelerometer
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Khan Aabid Abdul Aziz, KJ COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH; Rahimraja Shaikh ,Kj college of engineering and management research; Patil Pallavi S ,Kj college of engineering and management research; Saraf Priyanka S ,Kj college of engineering and management research
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Electronics and telecommunications
The most common problem that is faced in India is the maintenance of roads. The maintenance of roads mostly focusses on improper roads which are due to potholes, humps etc. Our project mainly aims at detection of potholes and humps to avoid accidents & at the same time damage to the vehicle. We have used ultrasonic sensors for measuring the depth & height of the road surface. The data which are sensed by the sensors include the depth of the potholes & height of the hump & geographic location which is to be already stored in the database. This information serves as a valuable source to the government authorities i.e PWD office and vehicle drivers via GSM.
Keywords : Accelerometer, Ultrasonic Sensor, LCD, GSM, GPS.
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Title
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Workplace Health and Safety Parameters and Their Relations: A Systematic Review
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Er. Ravinder Kumar, Lala Lajpat Rai Institute Of Engineering and Technology; Dr. Vivek Aggarwal ,I.K.G.P.T.U Main Campus; Dr. G. S Sidhu ,Lala Lajpat Rai Institute Of Engineering and Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical
The objective of this paper to review some important case studies to figure out the relationship between the safety of an organization and the safety climate. Safety climate of an organization always demonstrate the level of safety of an organization. Improvement the safety level is indispensable for the proper growth of an organization. Safety level can improve by reducing the risk taking behavior of an employee, by the improvement in safety performance of employees, by the proper registration of injuries and by developing the positive safety climate. Positive safety climate proves as the panacea for the improvement of safety level of an organization.
Keywords : Work environment, worker’s health and safety, safety training, small and large scale industries, management, safety behavior
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Title
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Design and Fabrication of Multistage Sand Separator and Filter
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Prof. Mrs. V. M. Magar, Shivajirao S.jondhale College of Engineering Mumbai,India.; Bhosale Santosh Vilas ,Shivajirao S.jondhale College of Engineering Mumbai,India.; Dhadve Sameer Subhash ,Shivajirao S.jondhale College of Engineering Mumbai,India.; Gawali Kunal Sajan ,Shivajirao S.jondhale College of Engineering Mumbai,India.; Zore Shankar Dhondiba ,Shivajirao S.jondhale College of Engineering Mumbai,India.
Country
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India
Research Area
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Design and fabrication
In daily life sand is used for the construction, and manufacturing for building’s constructions. For this construction we needed more sand filtered and different sizes for different construction process like Column/Beam construction, Plaster, Flooring etc. The conventional sand separation methods required more time and labor, it increase the separation time and labor cost. It is very slow process hence decrease production rate hence Conventional method are not suitable for large production. That’s why we decide to design and fabricate the Multi stage sand separator and filter for a future used. Our designed machine is used for the three different sizes of sand. We used three different sizes of filter and three different compartment to get sand separately This machine works on single slider crank mechanism The AC motor coupled with pulley and V-belt mounted on it. The motor started then belt drive through power and motion transmitted to the next stepped pulley this is attached to the separator and this separator will vibrate and sand will goes down and remaining sand will goes to the next filter This filter will vibrate with first separator steeped pulley through belt drive in this separator the sand will separate and remaining will goes to the third filter it’s also get power from second separator and sand will get separated in three compartment and remaining big Stones, Coal, Wood etc will get outside of machine.
Keywords : Motor, Pulley, Shaft, Belt, Separator, Sand.
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Title
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Combined Traditional & Green Supplier Selection Criteria used in Indian Chemical Industries
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Pushkar Morye, SVKMs NMIMS MPSTME; Raj Shinde ,SVKMs NMIMS MPSTME; Ameya Uparkar ,SVKMs NMIMS MPSTME; Dr. Ashish Deshmukh ,SVKMs NMIMS MPSTME
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Industrial engineering
Supply chain is a network of supplier, manufacturing, assembly, distribution and logistics facilities that perform the functions of procurement of materials, transformation of these materials into intermediate and finished products, and the distribution of these products to customers. With increasing concern towards environmental protection, industries in western countries have already started considering green factors unlike the Indian chemical industries which are still very much reliable on traditional factors than green factors in supply chain management. The objective of this study is to identify the traditional and green supplier evaluation criteria taken together, which are considered very important across the Chemical Industries in India. This paper also highlights the main important criteria for supplier selection by combining traditional and green criteria in supply chain management.
Keywords : Supply Chain Management, Green Supply chain, Traditional Supply Chain, Indian Chemical Industries, SPSS.
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