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Publication for Volume-1 Issue-5, April 2016

Title
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Fatigue Analysis of Bearing
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Ms.Shelke A. A., JCOE Kuran Pune 410511; Prof. Galhe D.S. ,JCOE Kuran Pune 410511
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical Engineering
The development of the technology of rolling bearings has as one of its objectives constitute a set of mechanical components that combine mechanical strength and stiffness, designed to support the loads, speeds and life specified for a particular application. This work aims to discuss the application of the finite element method in the analysis of fatigue failure in rolling bearings, evaluating the influence of some construction and operational parameters in the stress distribution, such as geometry of contact surfaces, applied load, rotation, and properties of materials in contact. Specifically, we investigated the relationship between the stress caused by cyclic loading in fatigue life of these bearings. The analysis of the life of rolling bearings was performed using the commercial software, based on the finite element method in a virtual environment. Expected that the results obtained in this study will be useful in developing methods for predicting fatigue failure in rolling bearings.
Keywords : rolling bearings, fatigue, finite element method
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[2] R.K. Upadhyay , L.A. Kumaraswamidhas,” Rolling element bearing failure analysis: A case study”, Failure Analysis 1 (2013) 15–17,2013.
[3] Farshid Sadeghi,” A Review of Rolling Contact Fatigue”, Journal of Tribology, Vol. 131 / 041403-1,oct 2009.
[4] J Halme,” Rolling contact fatigue and wear fundamentals for rolling bearing diagnostics – state of the art”, Rolling contact fatigue and wear fundamentals for rolling bearing diagnostics, IMechE Vol. 224 Part J: J. Engineering Tribology.oct 2009.
[5] Prabhat Singh,” Fatigue Life Analysis of Thrust Ball Bearing”, ISSN: 2277-9655, January, 2014.
Title
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Knee Joint Modeling using Laser Scanner Technique
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Prof. Vijay Parmar, Vadodara Institute of Engineering, Kotambi; Prof. Unnati Parmar ,ITM Vocational university, Waghodia
Country
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India
Research Area
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Reverse engineering
Knee joint is the most important joint in the human body. 3D CAD modelling is the most important part for analysis Reverse engineering is one of the process by which 3D CAD model can be easily generated. Different techniques available for generating CAD models. The paper describes the methodology applied in the development of an anatomically detailed three-dimensional knee model from 3D laser scanner machine. 3D laser scanner machine is used for generating CAD model which requires 3D solid model as a input. It is made of box type and then solid model id kept on platform provided in box. Laser rays are applied on the periphery of the model and return time of the laser is calculated by which the model is generated on monitor screen.
Keywords : 3D Cad Model, Laser Scanner
[1]	Yan-Ping Lin, Cheng-Tao Wang, Ke-Rong Dai, “Reverse engineering in CAD model reconstruction of customized artificial joint”, 2003; 189-193.
[2]	Tamas Varady, Ralph R. Martin, Jordan Cox, “Reverse Engineering of Geometric Models – An Introduction”, 1996; 1-28.
[3]	Dr. B. Ravi, Sandip Anasane, “Total Knee Prosthesis: Design, Manufacture, and Testing”, 2007; 1-7.
[4]	K. Subburaj, Dr. B. Ravi, Manish Agarwal, “Automated identification of anatomical landmarks on 3D bone models reconstructed from CT scan images”, 2009; 359–368.
[5]	Scott Sibole, Craig Bennetts, Bhushan Borotikar, Steve Maas, Ahmet Erdemir, “Open Knee: A 3d Finite Element Representation of the Knee Joint”, 2008; 1058-1059.
[6]	Gloria Batista, Mario Ibarra, Johanna Ortiz, Melvia Villegas, “engineering biomechanics of knee replacement”, 2007; 453-465.
[7]	C.T.C Arsene1, M.A.Strickland, P.J. Laz, M. Taylor, “comparison of two probabilistic methods for finite element analysis of total knee replacement”, 2008; 212-218.
[8]	Marjan Bahraminasab, B.B. Sahari, Mohd Roshdi Hassan, Manohar Arumugam,Mahmoud Shamsborhan, “Finite Element Analysis of the Effect of Shape Memory Alloy on the Stress Distribution and Contact Pressure in Total Knee Replacement”, 2011;95-100.
[9]	M. Soncini, l. Vandini, a. Redaelli, “Finite element analysis of a knee joint replacement during a gait cycle”, 2004, 45-54.
[10]	Habiba Bougherara, Ziauddin Mahboob, Milan Miric, Mohamad Youssef, “Finite Element Investigation of Hybrid and Conventional Knee Implants”, 2009; 167-177.
[11]	G Mallesh, Sanjay .S.J, “Finite Element Modeling and Analysis of Prosthetic Knee Joint” International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering”, 2012; 534-540.
[12]	Piotr Borkowski, Tomasz Sowinski, Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Konstanty Skalski, “Geometrical Modeling of Knee Joint Including Anatomic Properties”, 2009
[13]	M. Chizari, B. Wang, “3D Numerical Analysis of an ACL Reconstructed Knee”, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB24 7QW, UK.
[14]	Thor f. Besier, garry e. Gold, Gary s. Beaupre, Scott Delp, “A Modeling Framework to Estimate Patellofemoral Joint Cartilage Stress in Vivo” 2011; 1924-1930
[15]	Denis Spahic, Zenica,Fakultetska, Zenica,Bosnia, Herzegovina, “Using Magnetic Resonance Images To Create 3d Models Of Bones For Subsequent Numerical Analysis”,2009; 16-21.
[16]	Umesh navgare, “modeling and finite element analysis of knee prosthesis with and without implant”, 55-66, 2013.
[17]	Peppas, N.A., Langer, R. ‘‘New Challenges in Biomaterials’’, Science: 263 (1994), pp. 1715–1720.
[18]	B.ravi. “Static and dynamic analysis of tumour knee prosthesis” 2008.
[19]	B. Calvo, M.A. Martı´nez, D. Palanca, “Finite element analysis of the effect of meniscal tears and meniscectomies on human knee biomechanics”, (2005); 498–507
[20]	Nitesh R Patel, Piyush Gohil, Vijay chaudhary, “A Review on Biomaterials: Scope, Applications & Human Anatomy Significance”, ISSN 2250-2459, Volume 2, Issue 4, April 2012
[21]	Amrita Francis, Virendra Kumar, “Computational Modeling of Human Femur using CT Data for Finite Element Analysis”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology ,Vol.1 Issue 6,August-2012
[22]	Annette Romero, “biomaterials for orthopedics”, May 2004 Applications of Engineering Mechanics in Medicine, GED – University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
[23]	A.E. Yusuf, M.Y. Aziz. “Biomechanical Analysis of the human femur bone during normal walking and standing up” IOSR Journal of Engineering (IOSRJEN) ISSN: 2250-3021 Volume 2, Issue 8 (August 2012), PP 13-19.
[24]	Ashutosh Kharb, Vipin Saini, Y.K Jain, Surender Dhiman,“A review of gait cycle and its parameters” IJCEM International Journal of Computational Engineering & Management, Vol. 13, July 2011
[25]	M.O. Heller, G. Bergmann, G. Deuretzbacher, L. D. urselen, M. Pohl, L. Claes, N.P. Haas, G.N. Dura, “Muscular-skeletal loading conditions at the hip during walking and stair climbing”, Journal of Biomechanics” 34 (2001) 883–893.
[26]	Rupesh Ghyar, B.Ravi, “static and dynamic analysis of tumour knee prosthesis”, ISO 14243; 2008.
[27]	junfen shi, “finite element analysis of total knee replacement considering gait cycle load and misalignment”, 2012. 
Title
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Projection Based HCI System using Image Processing
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Pankaj Pandharinath Dhome, PVPIT; Sagar Dhakane ,PVPIT; Amol funde ,PVPIT; Abhijit Jagtap ,PVPIT
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electronic and computer interaction
We use camera attach to the projector to locate a frame shape marker embedded in the large image. Interactive public displays give access as an innovative media to promote enhanced communication between people and information. In this project, we proposed idea to implement contents with interaction elements for vision-based digital public display. Virtual object, laser point detection and projection installation are applied for attracting attention from user. Preliminary study showed positive feedback of interactive content designing towards the public display. This project enables an effective low cost touch interface utilizing only a single camera and a projector. It embeds a small shape in the image generated by the user application (e.g. a touch screen menu with icons) and detects touch by measuring the geometrical distortion in the camera captured image.
Keywords : Human computer interaction
[1]	J. Nielsen, Usability Engineering, Morgan Kaufman, San Francisco (2004).
[2]	D. Te’eni, “Designs that fit: an overview of fit conceptualization in HCI”, in P. Zhang and D. Galletta (eds), Human-Computer Interaction and Management Information Systems: Foundations, M.E. Sharpe, Armonk (2006).
[3]	A. Chapanis, Man Machine Engineering, Wadsworth, Belmont (2009).
[4]	D. Norman, “Cognitive Engineering”, in D. Norman and S. Draper (eds), User Centered Design: New Perspective on Human-Computer Interaction, Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale (2011).
[5]	S. Brewster, “Non speech auditory output”, in J.A. Jacko and A. Sears (eds), The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Application, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah (2003).
[6]	G. Robles-De-La-Torre, “The Importance of the sense of touch in virtual and real environments”, IEEE Multimedia 13(3), Special issue on Haptic User Interfaces for Multimedia Systems, pp 24-30 (2006).
[7]	J.S. Greenstein, “Pointing devices”, in M.G. Helander, T.K. Landauer and P. Prabhu (eds), Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam sept (2013).
Title
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Design and Cost Analysis of Rural and Urban Toilet
Article Type
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Case Study
Author Name(s)
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Shyam Doshi, Civil Engineering Department, Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology; Keshav Phophalia ,Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology; Tarun Lakhotia ,Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology; Hetal Patel ,Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology; Tejas Gaikwad ,Chhotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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CIVIL ENGINEERING + RURAL AND URBAN TOILETS IN SURA CITY
Providing sanitation is India remains a huge challenge. This study explores the difficult that occur due to sanitation in rural and urban India through the approach of conducting a field survey in the areas. The survey results are analyses and solution of the problem is provided. The solution involves providing an ecological sanitation (ECOSAN) TOILET. AutoCAD drawing of the designed toilet are provided for better understanding. The response of public on the design toilet suggested was studied with help of another survey to know the preference of the people. Along with design the cost of conventional toilet posed a great challenge for successful sanitation in rural areas. This study aims to reduce the cost of toilet construction by removing pit system as well as changing the superstructure material. The cost comparison of various toilet and those with different superstructure material is presented. The initial cost of EcoSan toilets, which is about Rs. 10520, is slightly higher than ordinary pit latrines or offset double pit latrines, EcoSan toilets provide benefits in terms of fertilizer. A financial analysis of cost and benefits of EcoSan toilets indicates that the pay-back period for an EcoSan toilet is 6 years, Benefit To Cost Ratio of 1.17( At I=10%) and the Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR) is 14.527 percent. However social acceptability of our designed toilet remains uncertain. In a Comparison matrix, which includes four different latrine designs, the designed ECOSAN receive the highest scores (21 out of 27) for a given set of design and evaluation criteria. Potential areas for cost reductions and design improvements are identified.
Keywords : Rural, Urban, Toilet, ECOSAN.Design, Costing, Survey
[1]	Jonathan Lau , “Designing Sanitation Projects in Rural Ghana”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology , USA, May 2011
[2]	Pradnya Thakur, D. B. Panse “Success Stories of Sustainable Sanitation Initiatives in India by ESF”, Ecosan Services Foundation
Book References
[3]	Technology Review of Urine-diverting dry toilets
[4]	Assessment of urine-diverting EcoSan toilets in Nepal
[5]	ECOSAN review ,GTZ-EU
[6]	NCEES supply reference handbook, 8th edition, 2nd revision
Website References
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Title
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Diethyl Ether as Additive and Its Effect on Diesel Engine Performance – A Review
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Sandip S. Jawre, Jawaharlal Darda Institute of Engineering and Trcdhnology Yavatmal, MH, India,; Amit Bhagat ,; Sachin M. Moghe ,; Vikram A. Pakhale ,
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mechanical Engineering
Increasing demand of fuel day by day its consumption and hazards cause serious intensive attention is required for this problem. Also an Improvement of fuel properties are essential for suppression of pollutant and optimization of engine performance. One way is use of additives. Oxygenated additives were conventionally recommended for gasoline. But now day’s oxygenated additives are widely considered for diesel fuel. This additives can also be used in combination with biodiesel. There are number of additives are available for diesel fuel. On the basis of different experimental investigations by the researchers ,this paper reviews about Di-ethyl Ether (DEE) as oxygenated additives mixed with diesel- biodiesel blends and compares its effect on performance and exhaust gas emission of compression ignition engine. 
Keywords : DIETHYL ETHER, Brake Thermal Efficiency, DEE
[1]	Brent Bailey, Jimell Erwin “Di ethyl Ether as renewable diesel fuel” National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
[2] M. Pugazhvadivu and S. Rajagopan “Investigations on a diesel engine fuelled with biodiesel blends and diethyl ether as an additive” Indian Journal of Science and Technology (May 2009) Vol.2 No 5.
[3] S.K. Mahla, Som Kumar, Harshdeep Shergill “Study The Performance Characteristics Of Acetylene Gas In Dual Fuel Engine With Diethyl Ether Blends” International Journal on Emerging Technologies(2012) vol. 3 no.1
[4]	Saravanan D. , Vijayakumar T. and Thamaraikannan M , “Experimental analysis of Combustion and Emissions characteristics of CI Engine Powered with Diethyl Ether blended Diesel as Fuel”, Research Journal of Engineering Sciences (2012); Vol. 1(4), 41-47.
[5]	Y. V. V. SATYANARAYANAMURTHY, “experimental investigations of real time secondary co-injection of water – diethyl ether solution in di-diesel engine fuelled with palm kernel methyl ester” Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (2012) Vol. 7, No. 6 711 – 721
[6]	Akshatha D. , Manavendra. , S.Kumarappa Performance evaluation of neem biodiesel on ci engine with diethyl ether as additive International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2013; Vol. 2(8) , 2319-8753.
[7]	M.V.Mallikarjun, Venkata Ramesh Mamilla, G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao “NOX emission control techniques when CI engine is fuelled with blends of mahua methyle esters and diesel” International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies, 2013. Volume 4, Issue 2, pp: 96-104.
[8]	Obed M. Ali, Rizalman Mamat, “Effects of Diethyl Ether Additives on Palm Biodiesel Fuel Characteristics and Low Temperature Flow Properties”, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology (2013); Vol. 52.
[9]	Prasad. U.S.V., Madhu Murthy. K., And Amba Prasad Rao. G. , “Effect of Oxygenated Additives on Control of Emissions in a DI Diesel Engine using Biodiesel-Diesel Blends” International Conference on Mechanical, Automobile and Robotics Engineering (2012).
[10]	Masoud Iranmanesh, “Experimental Investigations about the Effect of New Combination of Biofuels on Simultaneous Reduction Of NOx and Smoke Emissions in DI-Diesel Engine”, International Journal of Automotive Engineering (2013); Vol. 3, No. 2
[11]	D. D .Nagdeote, M. M. Deshmukh, “Experimental Study of Diethyl Ether and Ethanol Additives with Biodiesel-Diesel Blended Fuel Engine”, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2012; Volume 2(3), 2250-2459.
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[13]	P. Ramesh Babu, Dr. V. Rambabu, S. Ravi Babu “Performance and combustion characteristics of di-diesel engine using neat MME with DEE” 2013 Volume 3,Issue 3, pages 153-159. 
Title
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Novel Protection Scheme for Low Voltage DC Micro-Grid System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Jenopaul P., St thomas College of Engineering and Technology; Sreehari B. ,Stthomascolllege of engg; Sreedevi M. ,Stthomas college of engg
Country
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India
Research Area
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eee
 This paper presents a method for detection and isolation of fault in DC-bus microgrid system. The protection of DC system has been challenging when compared to the traditional AC system. The DC-bus microgrid system consists of a source, storage and load. The protection scheme isolates only faulty section from the DC grid. Healthy sections are operated without any disturbance and supply continuity is maintained in a loop type system. The current sensor placed at both ends of distribution line continuously monitors the current. Because of fault, current difference occurs in two ends of line. Controller detects this current difference and opens the power switches. To meet the requirement of fast interrupting time and high shortcircuit current withstanding capability, IGBTs are used as power switches. The protection scheme concept has been verified by MATLAB/SIMULINK
Keywords : DC-microgrid, faults, distribution systems, solid-state switch.
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Title
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STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE WITH REPLACEMENT OF FEVICOL
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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S.SOUTHAMIRAJAN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,KSR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; R.SANJEEV KUMAR ,KSR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; S.BUVANESWARI ,KSR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; S.PREMKUMAR ,KSR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; K.S.RAJ KUMAR ,KSR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Country
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India
Research Area
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Concrete Technology
The aim of the experiments to increase the strength of the concrete and performance of the concrete. In this experiment the study on strength characteristics of M15 grade concrete using Fevicol as a replacement of cement is conducted. Mix design for fevicrete is done by calculating the specific gravity of the manufactured Fevicol and cement. Cubes, beams and cylinders were casted based on adding Fevicol with 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%. The strength parameters such as compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength of the casted cubes, beams and cylinders were tested respectively. 
Keywords : Fevicol, compressive strength, flexural strength, tensile strength.
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Title
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Improved Night Cooling System for Home
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Jenopaul. P, St thomas College of Engineering and Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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applied science
Abstract: This paper proposes a new approach of cooling system for home. The main advantages of this cooling system are it consumes very low power, no emission of harmful gas and support for health. The basic principle of the system is free cooling is taking place when the external ambient air entropy is less than the indoor air enthalpy and the cool external air is transferred to the building room directly. The efficiency of the external cool air system in the past years is very low due to external air velocity .Due to this drawback this system is not popular. But this paper a new model is proposed to increase the efficiency of cooling. In this paper free cooling is achieved by in conjunction with air collector systems and rotary fan systems. The proposed Air conditioning systems either provide supply 100%fresh air using outside air. So this can be use in the cases of hospitals, densely occupied areas such as theatres etc. This system is only effective when the outer temperature is less than inside temperature.
Keywords : Air conditioning systems, cooling system, external air.
[1]	Chiriac, V., Chiriac, F. “An overview and comparison of various refrigeration methods for microelectronics cooling” 11th Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermo mechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems, pp 618 – 625, 2008.
[2]	Xiaotong Du, Wenjian Cai , Lei Jia “Air-conditioning system energy efficiency and energy consumption evaluation” 8th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, pp 1908 – 1913,2010.
[3]	Wang Jiangjiang , Jing Youyin , Zhang Chunfa , Shi Guohua “Control system design in constant-temperature and constant-humidity air-conditioning system” 27th Chinese Control Conference, pp 632 - 636, 2008.
[4]	Jungsoo Kim, Ruggiero. M., Atienza, D. “Free cooling-aware dynamic power management for green datacenters” International Conference on High Performance Computing and Simulation, pp 140 – 146, 2012.
[5]	Dianguang Zhang , Xing Gao “Application of the cooling tower free cooling system in the field of building energy efficiency” International Conference on Electric Technology and Civil Engineering, pp 2945 – 2949), 2011.
[6]	Christy Sujatha, D., Abimannan, S. “Energy Efficient Free Cooling System for Data Centers”, IEEE Third International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, pp 646 – 651201, 2011.
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Title
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Street Light Energy Conservation System using PIR Sensor
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Nagnath Savant, Karmayogi Engineering College Shelve Pandharpur; Dr.S.P.Patil ,Karmayogi Engineering College Shelve Pandharpur
Country
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India
Research Area
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Electronics and telecommunications
This paper proposes energy efficient automatic street lighting system based on low cost microcontroller. The main objective is to design energy efficient based controller for controlling the Light Emitting Diode (LED) based street lamp via appropriate lighting levels control. This system consists of a microcontroller, light sensor, PIR sensor and a set of the LED module. The controlling and managing of the system is based on the density of traffic and five different level of street light brightness has been used for lighting up street proportional to the density of traffic. The system was programmed to automatically turn off during the night. Several numbers of tests have been conducted to test and validate the proposed prototype in the different environment. As conclusion, around 77%-85% reduction in power consumption can be achieved through this proposed automatic street lighting system for energy efficiency system design.
Keywords : Street light , Low power consumption ,LDR,PIR sensor,Microcontroller
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Title
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Data Product: Analysis, Visualization and Prediction
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Tejal Agrawal, Atharva College of Engineering; Akshen Doke ,Atharva college of engineering; Ashish Gaikwad ,Atharva college of engineering; Prof. Mahendra Patil ,Atharva college of engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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data mining
Today information technology is developing rapidly and adopting application of IT has created a significant revolution in many fields including business. One of the emerging and promising technology that provide efficient means to access various types of data and information all over the world is Data mining which also helps in decision making. The Objective of this paper is to provide a cross platform for data cleaning, analysis and visualization. This tool helps data scientist to come up with a solution to big data related issues by analyzing the output and predicting the trends. This tool will run on all major platforms which will enable the user to analyze data at one’s ease
Keywords : Data Mining; Data cleaning; data analysis; data visualization; acquisition; serialization
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Title
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Handwritten Devnagri Character Recognition
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Prof. Shraddha V. Shelke, K. K. Wagh Institute of engineering Education and Research Nashik, Maharashtra; Dr. Prof. Dinesh M. Chandwadkar ,K. K. Wagh Institute of engineering Education and Research Nashik, Maharashtra
Country
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India
Research Area
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Image Processing
Recognition of handwritten characters has been a popular research area for many years. Devnagari script is a major script of India and is widely used for various languages. In this paper we propose a system to recognize devnagri handwritten characters. Total 60 devnagri characters (50 letters and 10 digits) are taken in to consideration. 60 samples of each character i.e. total 3600 samples are used for features extraction. Classification is done by four different classifiers which are Multilayer perceptron, K-Nearest Neighbour, Naive Bayes classifier and Classification tree. Performance of different classifiers is compared.98.9 % accuracy is obtained by Multilayer perceptron. 
Keywords : Devnagri Characters, Multilayer perceptron, K-Nearest Neighbour, Naive Bayes 
[1]	Jayadevan, R., Satish R. Kolhe, Pradeep M. Patil and Umapada Pal, 2011. "Offline Recognition of Devanagari Script: A Survey", IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part C, 41(6): 782-796
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Title
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E2RPQ- Enhanced Energy Receiver Priority queuing Algorithm for VoIP (QOS) Over Manet
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Karthikeyan A, GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; J.Rakesh ,GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Country
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India
Research Area
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NETWORKING
Energy Efficient in the VoIP broadcast is the main criterion and issue to be maintaining the small package and data as dispensation VoIP (QoS) over Manet environment. Mobile Adhoc network (MANETs) presents a good stage for the fast use of VoIP services in many request scenarios. The energy competence in handset mechanism for the data small package of say in the queue scheme has not been intense which actually consume the more power as in the queue buffer organization. Manet give a substantial difficulty that makes the broadcast of real-time applications like VoIP a great confront due to inadequate energy for small package transmission. In this investigate a new algorithm is future which enhance the presentation of energy in manet transport VoIP traffic. Through a simulation and arithmetical look we analyze and assess QoS indicators such as Distance, power, Bandwidth. Several voice codec are studied to determine their effect of inadequate power. Hence a QoS based Intelligent Enhanced Energy Receiver Priority queuing Algorithm for VoIP (QOS) Over Manet. The main objective of this paper is to segregate the distance using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) energy altitude as per detachment the bandwidth is assign by using our E2RPQ signal barrier algorithm in manet surroundings. In huge and lively networks, central algorithms are not suitable due to the lack of responsiveness. The bandwidth allocation is done by E2RPQ signal buffer algorithm.
Keywords : WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKING (MANET)
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Title
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Quadcopter for Video surveillance
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Anmol Jadhav, Pvpit,pune; Abhishek Khapre ,Pvpit,pune; Jitesh Khadse ,Pvpit,pune, R. S. Nipanikar, Pvpit,pune
Country
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India
Research Area
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quadcopter
This paper presents an approach for a self-navigating quad copter. It can greatly reduce the labour in commercial purpose. The UAV is capable of sustained without a human operator on board which can be controlled by autonomously. The main purpose of the project is to reduce the traffic in mostly rushed areas and in festival places (ganpati ralleys ),where human cannot interfere or unable to watch on traffic situations so UAV will help to reduce the traffic by keeping eyes on it through video surveillance.
Keywords : Self Navigation, Return to Origin, Barometer based Altitude hold, GPS, Wireless, raspberry pi
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Title
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One Architecture Fits All – IBM Mainframe
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
:
Manish Bhatnagar, S.V. Subharti University; Jayant Shekhar ,S.V. Subharti University; Sunil Kumar ,IIMT Engg. College
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Mainframe
IBM running the z/OS workhorse with the huge majority of financial, insurance, health care, government, retail and utility companies today to run their enterprises solution. Today, mainframe computers play a central role in the daily operations of most of the world’s largest corporations, including many Fortune 1000 companies. While other forms of computing are used extensively in various business capacities, the mainframe occupies a coveted place in today’s e-business environment. In banking, finance, health care, insurance, public utilities, government, and a multitude of other public and private enterprises, the mainframe computer continues to form the foundation of modern business. Today’s mainframe has taken on an additional critical role as an energy efficient system. As energy costs are increasing at a rate of 2.8% per year, energy costs to power equipment often exceed the purchase cost of the hardware itself.
Keywords : Distributed System, Enterprise system, Mainframe ar-chitecture. 
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Title
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High Speed and Resource Efficient Systolic Architecture for Matrix Multiplication using FPGA
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Anitha, Kalpataru Institute of Technology, Tiptur; Pradeep Kumar S K ,Kalpataru Institute of Technology, Tiptur
Country
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India
Research Area
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VLSI Design and Embedded System
Grid increase is the piece operation utilized as a part of numerous picture and flag handling applications. This work exhibits a viable configuration for the Matrix Multiplication utilizing Systolic Architecture. This design expands the registering speed by utilizing the idea of parallel handling and pipelining into a solitary idea. The chose stage is a FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) gadget since, in systolic registering, FPGAs can be utilized as committed PCs as a part of request to perform certain calculations at high frequencies. The paper exhibits a systolic design for framework duplication calculation utilizing FPGA. Approach utilizes four preparing components that minimizes area, lessens the range and enhances calculation time.
Keywords : FPGA, Systolic Architecture, Processing Element
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Title
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A Review on Additional Power Generation from Exhaust Gas of Diesel Engine using Parallel Flow Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Pooja Baburao Surwase, Government College of Engineering, Amravati; H. S. Farkade ,Government College of Engineering, Amravati
Country
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India
Research Area
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waste heat recovery system, ic engine, heat transfer
The increasingly worldwide problem regarding rapid economy development and a relative shortage of energy, the internal combustion engine exhaust waste heat and environmental pollution has been more emphasized heavily recently. Out of the total heat supplied to the engine in the form of fuel, approximately, 30 to 40% is converted into useful mechanical work; the remaining heat is expelled to the environment through exhaust gases and engine cooling systems, resulting in to entropy rise and serious environmental pollution, so it is required to utilized waste heat into useful work. The study shows the high temperature diesel engine exhaust gas can be an important source of heat to operate a bottoming Rankine cycle to produce additional power using a shell and tube heat exchanger at exhaust system of a diesel engine; therefore the main objective of this paper is to assess this waste heat recovery technology based on current developments, research trends and its future in an automotive application. As a result the article drew the conclusion that waste heat recovery and its utilization will remain a good prospect in future automotive engine application. 
Keywords :  waste heat recovery, diesel engine, Rankine cycle, shell and tube heat exchanger, Exhaust gas energy recovery.
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Title
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Footstep Power Generation
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Nikhil R. Matey, J.D. College of Engineering & Management; Dinesh G. Koche ,J.D. College of Engineering & Management; Nikhil S. Kolte ,J.D. College of Engineering & Management; Shubham W. Nagrale ,J.D. College of Engineering & Management; Swapnil P. Bhoyar ,J.D. College of Engineering & Management
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Non-Conventional Energy
Global environmental issues and shortage of fossil fuel available are major concerned in today’s world. Due to this focus has been turned to renewable energy sources like wind energy solar energy & tidal energy. They are becoming more and more popular all over the world due to many advantages associated with them. Our project concentrates on generation of electricity through a very cheap source i.e. air by a sophisticated mechanism. The objective of this project is to convert potential energy of human footsteps into electrical energy. The project consists of a setup consisting of mechanism to compressed air in foot pumps through human footsteps energy thus converting it into compressed air. This compressed air is then stored in the air tank of sufficient pressure, then this compressed air gets impacted on turbine coupled with D.C. generator through a high pressure nozzle. The D.C. generator generates D.C. voltage which gets stored in battery. This D.C. voltage gets converted into A.C. voltage by an inverter circuit.
Keywords : Battery, Compressed air, D.C. generator, Footsteps, Foot pumps.
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[2]	Ramesh Raja R, Sherin Mathew, “Power Generation from Staircase (Steps)”, ICETS-2014.
Title
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An Efficient and Dynamic Search on Encrypted Data
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Sushmitha, JNANAVIKAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(JVIT); Ramya N ,JVIT; Supreeth ,JVIT; Sagar Koirala ,JVIT, Bidadi; Sowjanya C M ,JVIT
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
cloud computing
A secure outsourcing of computation to an untrusted (cloud) service provider is becoming more and more important. To protect data privacy, the sensitive data should be encrypted by data owner before outsourcing, which makes the search sequence useless. In this paper, we present an efficient, secure and parallel dynamic search scheme on encrypted cloud data which concurrently supports dynamic update operation like deletion and insertion of documents. The most important shortcoming that is addressed by OTPs is that, in contrast to static passwords, they are not vulnerable to replay attacks. The AES algorithm is use to encrypt and decrypt the message with efficient multi-keyword Boolean search. We show that our approach is highly efficient and ready to be deployed in the real
world cloud storage systems.
Keywords : Multi-keyword Boolean search, OTP, AES algorithm, dynamic update, encrypted cloud data.
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Title
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Enhanced Key Expansion Algorithm for Advanced Encryption Standard using Different S- Box Implementation on FPGA
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Amrutha T V, KALPATARU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY , TIPTUR; N R Prashanth ,Associate professor,KALPATARU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY , TIPTUR
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
VLSI
Abstract: The main aim of this paper is encrypt the data using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm. In AES algorithm cryptography technique is used. Security is most important in data communication so to increase the security key expansion algorithm is used .In this paper we considering different sizes of S-box to reduce the area and the LUTs. To reduce LUTs here considering the affine transformation method is used. The round key expansion is proposed to improve security against attacks. Encrypted data is decrypted using inverse AES algorithm method .In AES algorithm numbers of round performed during execution will be depended upon the Key length. Here AES -128 bit key are used, so number of round performed during execution will be 10. This algorithm is simulated using Xilinx software and implemented on FPGA.
Keywords : FPGA;Sub word; Rotword;Rconst
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[3]	International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp.25-31, 2013.
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[6]	H. Mestiri, N. Benhadjyoussef, M. Machhout and R. Tourki, “A Comparative Study of Power Consumption Models for CPA Attack,” International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security,Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 25-31, 2013.
Title
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Emergency Vehicle Priority System For Smart Cities
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
:
Leena Rajendra More, Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center ; Kumudini S. More ,Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center ; Nasreen K. Mujawar ,Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center ; Afreen K. Mujawar ,Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center ; Prof.Mr.Sanjay S. Chopade ,Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center
Country
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India
Research Area
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Emergency Vehicle Priority System For Smart Cities
A steady increase in metro-city population, the number of automobiles and cars increases rapidly and metro traffic is growing crowded which leads to the traffic jam problem. This proposed system will have effective role to avoid the traffic jam.
When the traffic lane waits until the green light, time setting is almost same and fixed. A-road was always crowded with vehicles and go-ahead time is short. So, “ambulance” can’t pass through in the time allowed. But sub lane has few vehicles and go-ahead time is relatively long. In the concept which we have design that “Emergency Vehicle Priority System for Smart Cities” has given the priority to the Ambulance.
Keywords : Ardiuno, RF Module (HT12E & HT12D), Beacon
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Title
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Security Model for Federated Database Systems
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Kavitha Juliet, RYMEC,Bellary
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Federated database systems
One of the new emerging technologies for data management today is represented by federate systems. Security enforcement at the federation level must take into consideration the protection requirements and protection policies of each participating site. This task can be further complicated by the heterogeneity of the constituent systems, which may enforce protection policies either difficult to combine or inconsistent with each other. The need to share data in the federation on one side and to maintain site autonomy on the other side raises several protection requirements which traditional security models do not address. So this paper proposes the security model for federated database systems.
Keywords : Federated,access control,authirization
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Title
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A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HEALTH CARE PROMOTIONAL PROGRAMMES BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FOR WOMEN IN RURAL COIMBATORE
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
:
R.SARANYA, PSGR KRISHNAMMAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, M. Venkatesh Prabu, PSGR KRISHNAMMAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Dr. P. Sadhasivam, PSGR KRISHNAMMAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
MARKETING
Women are playing vital role in the developing world. They are the most valuable asset especially in India. In India many of the women are living in rural area. Nowadays rural women’s are affected by lot of health issues. So the central government introduced many health care schemes. In this study we will discuss about the health issues of rural women and the government interventions to overcome these issues and the review of literature. Based on the review of literature we find some findings and the recommendations to the central government to improve the promotional programs regarding rural women’s health.
Keywords : Promotional Programmes, rural Women, central government schemes, Health issues
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