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Publication for Volume-1 Issue-6, May 2016

Title
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Workability & Rheological Parameter of Concrete
Article Type
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Short Communication
Author Name(s)
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Ashok Doiphode, MGMCET, KAMOTHE, NAVI MUMBAI; Prof. P.J. Salunke ,Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s, Kamothe, Navi Mumbai
Country
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India
Research Area
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CONCRETE
 The present methods available for determining these properties of fresh concrete are operator sensitive and thus, the properties for same mix of concrete made under same conditions will vary depending upon the workmanship. Even the IS code suggests different methods for different workability and different placing condition. Thus, more judicious methods for determining the physical properties of fresh concrete are required. This seminar consists of such methods for determining the physical properties of concrete viz. shear stress and viscosity. In addition to this the research carried out by various researchers in the field of rheology of concrete has been studied such as the comparison of various types of rheometers, the use of rheometers and workability boxes, rheological properties of self-compacting concrete, rheological properties of ultra high performance concrete and the various types of rheogarphs has been studied.
Keywords : concrete, shear stress, rheology, rheometer, rheograph, workability
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Title
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Outrigger and Belt Truss System for Tall Building to Control Deflection: A Review
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Akshay Khanorkar, Yeshwantrao Chavan Collage of Engineering, Nagpur; Shruti Sukhdeve ,Yeshwantrao Chavan Collage of Engineering, Nagpur; S. V. Denge ,JSSL, Mumbai; S. P. Raut ,Yeshwantrao Chavan Collage of Engineering, Nagpur
Country
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India
Research Area
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structural engineering
Accumulation of growing population especially in developing countries has resulted in an increased height of buildings, this need creating impact on structural development of tall building. As building increases in height there is effect of wind and earthquake forces, to increase stiffness of building against lateral load additional structural system such as belt truss and outriggers is required. This paper presents the review of various techniques and methods used to investigate uses of belt truss and outrigger system in a tall building. The various parameters like lateral displacement, storey drift, core moment and optimum position related to outrigger and belt truss are reviewed. The reviewed approach for the design and development of tall building using outrigger and belt truss is useful to provide a potential solution. The study in turn is useful for various research persons involved in design the tall buildings by using outrigger and belt truss system.
Keywords : Tall Building, Outrigger, Belt Truss, Optimum Position, Lateral Displacement, Storey Drift
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[14]	S. Fawzia and T. Fatima (2010) Deflection control in composite building by using belt truss and outriggers systems, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 4, 12-22.
[15]	Po Seng Kian, Frits Torang Siahaan (2001) The use of outrigger and belt truss system for high-rise concrete buildings, Dimensi Teknik Sipil, Volume 3, No. 1, 36-41.
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[20]	Mohd Irfan Moinuddin, MohdAfroz Khan (2010) Structural design of reinforced concrete tall buildings, International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering, Volume 2, No.1, 628 – 633.
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[22]	Krunal Z. Mistry, Proff. Dhruti J. Dhyani (2015) Optimum outrigger location in outrigger structural system for high rise building, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development, Volume 2, Issue 5, 266-275.
[23]	Roslida Abd. Samat, Nasly Mohd. Ali, Abdul Kadir Marsono (2008) The optimum location of outrigger in reducing the along-wind and across-wind responses of tall buildings, Malaysian Journal of Civil Engineering, 20(2), 223 – 241.
[24]	Abbas Haghollahi, Mohsen Besharat Ferdous, Mehdi Kasiri (2012) Optimization of outrigger locations in steel tall buildings subjected to earthquake loads, The 15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Lisboa.
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[26]	RaduHulea, Bianca Parv, Monica Nicoreac, Bogdan Petrina (2014) Optimum design of outrigger and belt truss systems using genetic algorithm, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Volume 8, No. 6, 709-715.
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[30]	J.C.D. Hoenderkamp (2011) Preliminary design of high-rise shear wall with outriggers and basement fin walls on non-rigid foundation, 36th Conference on Our World in Concrete & Structures, Singapore.
[31]	Mohd Abdus Sattar, Sanjeev Rao, Madan Mohan, Dr. Sreenatha Reddy (2014) Deflection control in high rise building using belt truss and outrigger systems, International Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Management, Volume 03, No. 06, 44 – 53.
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Title
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Human Powered Machine A Case Study
Article Type
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Case Study
Author Name(s)
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Sachin Moghe, JDIET, Yavatmal; Amit Bhagat ,JDIET, Yavatmal; R.K.Waghchore, JDIET, Yavatmal; Ashish N. Mahure, JDIET, Yavatmal
Country
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India
Research Area
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
In the present investigation, in the recent past human powered flywheel motor concept has been used for chaff cutter, bricks making, wood turning, cloth washing, turmeric polishing. The machine uses bicycle technology, with speed increasing gearing and a flywheel, which drive the process unit through a spiral jaw clutch and torque increasing gearing. The operator uses the pedal power to operate the machine and transmit this power through crank chain to free wheel to the working unit. This human powered flywheel motor concept (HPFM) provide new era in the human powered agriculture processing, harvesting, post harvested operations equipment’s. Considering social, cultural and environmental factor as well as in many rural operations utilizing unskilled worker and in Vidharbha rejoin there is more problem of electricity so this kind of HPFM concept is helpful in driving various rural machines. The machine is economically viable, can be adopted for human powered process units which could have intermitted operation without affecting the end product. 
Keywords : Human power machine, turmeric polishing.
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[5]	Centre of Science for Villages (CSV), Centre of Science for Villages, Wardha ,Dattapur, Post Box Number 21, Wardha, Maharashtra PIN-442001 Phone- 07152-249542/250570 (office) Mobile--09890434003 EmailId-soham.ced@gmail.com
Title
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Microcontroller Based MPPT Buck-Boost Converter
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Anagha Mudki, RGCER; Geraldine Mathew ,RGCER
Country
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India
Research Area
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Renewable energy
The demand of solar energy has increased rapidly in this decade. This is due to the advantages of the energy compared to other form of sources. The solar energy conversion system is very interesting alternative on supplement the electric system generation, due to the persistent cost reduction of the overall system and cleaner power generation. To obtain a stable voltage from an input supply (PV cells) that is higher and lower than the output, a high efficiency and minimum ripple DC-DC converter required in the system for residential power. Buck-boost converters make it possible to efficiently convert a DC voltage to either a lower or higher voltage. Buck-boost converters are especially useful for PV maximum power tracking purposes, where the objective is to draw maximum possible power from solar panels at all times, regardless of the load
Keywords : MPPT, Solar tracking, Microcontroller, Timer 555, DC-DC converter
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Title
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E-Notice Board With Handmade LED Board
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Saurabh P. Pandey, Sandip foundation; Vishal P. Jagtap ,Sandip foundation; Saurabh S. Patil ,Sandip foundation; Krishna S. Sharma ,Sandip foundation; Aarti D. More ,Sandip foundation
Country
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India
Research Area
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embedded
Now a days the 'technology in embedded system' is rapidly change with advance feature which makes human life very convenient. Then system is developed using PIC18f2550 with LED handmade board which display notice on board by using hypertext terminal with cost effective method of advertising and convenient to display notice. One of most obvious is the drastic effect of LED display to capture attention to cause impulse reaction. Which gives good impression in front of people and crowd.
Applications are developed with their real time application along with domestic application such as smart phones, smart televisions, smart refrigerators, so why not displays smart boards for advertisements and notices. So this project is developed with PIC18f2550 micro-controller. The micro-controller provides all the functionality to display notices. The display of led matrix is design using zero PCB on which 8x8 matrix is developed. A text message from a PC or keyboard is sent via serial cable to the micro-controller which is at receiving end. The message which is stored in EEPROM is than displayed on the LED dot matrix display board. This hardware uses 5V, 500mA power supply.
Keywords : Embedded systems, PIC18f2550, LED matrix, Serial Cable
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Title
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Better Authentication Methods For Mobile Computing
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Amit Waghmare, Bharti Vidyapeeth, Lavale; Avinash Ingole ,Bharti Vidyapeeth, Lavale; Onkar Salaskar ,Bharti Vidyapeeth, Lavale
Country
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India
Research Area
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Security
Today’s many application rely on small devices that can interact with each other through communication network. In this project we are proposing two new methods for authenticating encrypted message that are directed to assemble the requirements of mobile application. In this applications, the integrity and confidentiality of communicated messages are required. To getting benefit of that fact that the messages to be authenticated must also be encrypted, we propose provably methods for safe authentication codes that are more efficient than any message authentication code. The key idea behind the proposed techniques is to exert the security that the encryption algorithm can provide to design more efficient authentication mechanisms, as opposed to using single authentication primitives.
Keywords : Authentication, unconditional security, computational security, universal hash-function families, pervasive computing.
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[2]	IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MOBILE COMPUTING VOL:13 NO:3 YEAR 2014 Efficient Authentication for Mobile and Pervasive Computing Basel Alomair, Member, IEEE and Radha Poovendran, Senior Member, IEEE.
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Title
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Implementation of Distance Relay for Standalone System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Abhay Dalal, RGCER, Nagpur; Pranay Shete ,YCCE,Nagpur; Manish Kurwale ,RGCER, Nagpur; Parag Shewane ,DBACER, Nagpur; Pratik Bhele ,RGCER, Nagpur
Country
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India
Research Area
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Power system protection
Key role of this paper is to modulate and simulate distance relays using MATLAB. Relays are utilized to protect electric power systems against trouble and power blackouts as well as to regulate and control the generation and distribution of power. The primary function of the protective relay is to sense the fault in the system ,is to protect standalone system from islanding ,such that the trip coil of the circuit-breaker is energized and the faulty section of the system is disconnected from the rest of the system 
Keywords : Fault, Distance relay, islanding, arc resistance, reach
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Title
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Analysis of Penetration Testing and Vulnerability in Computer Networks
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Abid Khan, AL-FALAH UNIVERSITY ; Ruchi Parashar ,AL-FALAH UNIVERSITY ; Neha ,AL-FALAH UNIVERSITY
Country
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India
Research Area
:
computer science engineering
Vulnerability scanners are information security tools able to detect security weaknesses on hosts in a network. Secure hosts in a proactive manner. A proactive approach is considered to be better than reactive approaches followed by, for example, intrusion detection systems, because prevention is better than cure. There are many problems and disadvantages of currently available VSs, such as hampering system resources while conducting scans. This paper introduces a conceptual model for vulnerability forecasting. The model uses intelligent techniques to improve on the efficiency of currently available. The model aims to do vulnerability forecasting specifically by predicting the number of known vulnerabilities that will occur in the near future by using intelligent techniques and vulnerability history data. The model is tested by means of a prototype and an evaluation of the model's results is also provided in the paper. 
Keywords : Hacking, Hacker, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, Information Security.
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Title
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Comparison of Various Classifiers over Type I and Type II Diabetic Food Recognition System
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Anusha B, Regional Center Of Anna University, Tirunelveli.; Ashin Leo ,Regional Center Of Anna University, Tirunelveli.
Country
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India
Research Area
:
Image processing and pattern recognition
The inability to control the infection of diabetic people, computer-aided automatic food detection system has wedged more attention now days. The food image processing is the most gifted tool is used for food identification. The key point extraction’s Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) algorithm is used to extract the key points from food image, which is used for building visual dictionary of visual words based on color using k-means clustering algorithm. Features can be grouped into separate classes, namely class I and class II using multi-label Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifiers such as SVMlinear, SVMrbf, SVMexp, PARZEN WINDOW and K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN) to identify the input image belongs to which class. Class I have diabetic patient’s eatable food images and Class II have diabetic patient’s not eatable food images. GLCM use contrast, correlation, energy and homogeneity parameters to measure various calories from food image for diabetic patients. Finally measure and compare the recognition accuracy for various classifiers. The recognition accuracy for various classifiers is used to prove the feasibility of the approach in a very huge food image dataset. This project is about consciousness on food particularly for diabetic patients.
Keywords : GLCM; SIFT; visual dictionary; SVM; PARZEN WINDOW, ANN. 
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Title
:
Biomass Gasification: A Modern Approach for Renewable Energy Utilization
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
:
Dilip V. Dhanak , L.D. College of Engineering, Ahmedabad; Vimal R. Patel ,L.D. College of Engineering, Ahmedabad
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
biomass gasification
The World is facing crucial time for energy due to consumption of fossil fuels (natural gas, coal, and oil), rise in fuel price, and unacceptable environmental effect in recent years. Biomass is a renewable potential energy source which can reduces dependency on fossil fuels. Biomass is available in various forms throughout year in India. It accumulates solar energy by photosynthesis method from sunlight. Gasification is a chemical process that converts carbonaceous material such as biomass and coal into gaseous fuel or chemical feedstock. This gaseous fuel is known as producer gas or syngas which contains CO2, H2, CO, H2O, CH4 and N2 compounds. An attempt has been made to give basic idea about gasification, gasification mechanism, types of gasifier and characteristics of different biomass in this paper.
Keywords : Gasification, biomass, gasification mechanism, gasifier
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Title
:
Authorized Public Auditing of Dynamic Storage on Cloud with Efficient Verifiable Fine-Grained Updates with MHT
Article Type
:
Research Article
Author Name(s)
:
Mayur Lokhande, JSPM's ICOER; Supriya Kapse ,JSPM's ICOER; Sonali Darekar ,JSPM's ICOER; Mahesh Sonawane ,JSPM's ICOER
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
cloud computing
One of the top technology concept is Cloud Computing. Cloud storage servers plays an important role in the technology buzz – cloud computing where clients can store their data at cloud servers and can access this data from anywhere and anytime. This opens up the threat on the data which client is storing on the cloud as it has to stored and accessed via Internet from any device. Here we came up with data Security which opens up lot of areas like authentication of clients, data integrity check and data privacy preserving. In our proposed work we are going to focus on data integrity area which is concerned about data security. When we consider about data security data auditing is concept of frequently auditing the integrity of the data to make sure that the data is not tampered and it is secured. Most of the times clients offload the auditing process of their data to Third Party Auditors (TPA) who are able to check the validity of the data without actually accessing the data on cloud. When the verification is done by a trusted third party called data auditing in which third party is called an auditor. There are several drawbacks of these techniques. One of the issue arises here is a necessary authentication process is missing between the auditor and cloud service provider it means that anyone can challenge the cloud service provider for a proof of integrity of certain file which puts auditing service at risk. In our work, we provide a legal Study for possible types of fine-grained data updates and suggest a scheme that can fully support authorized auditing and fine-grained update request.
Keywords : Cloud computing, Data security, authorized public auditing, fine-grained updates.
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Title
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Welding of Plastics through Hot Gas Technique: A Review
Article Type
:
Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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MD SHAKIBUL HAQUE, INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY LUCKNOW; Hoomam Ahamad ,Integral University, Lucknow; Mahmood Alam ,Integral University, Lucknow; Shyam Narayan Pandey ,Integral University, Lucknow; Mohd. Amanuddin ,Integral University, Lucknow
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Production technology
The goal of this paper is to provide the basic fundamentals of hot gas plastic welding technique. Use of polymers in industries is increasing in order to reduce overall weight of products. Polymers are generally joined by mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding and welding. This article shows that welding of polymers is still a growing research and development area particularly hot gas welding technique because of increasing aspiration for environment friendly technologies and light weight material. This review will be beneficial for young researchers working in this area and this technique opens the door for further investigation for improving weld quality.
Keywords : P.V.C., Hot gas welding, Plastic, Temperature, Joining.
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Title
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Wheelchair for Physically Disabled People with VOICE & EYE Control
Article Type
:
Other
Author Name(s)
:
Akshay Satpe, PARVATIBAI GENBA MOZE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, WAGHOLI, PUNE.; Tapan Singha ,PARVATIBAI GENBA MOZE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, WAGHOLI, PUNE.; Kajal Patil ,PARVATIBAI GENBA MOZE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, WAGHOLI, PUNE.; Prof.Miss Pranita Bhosale ,PARVATIBAI GENBA MOZE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, WAGHOLI, PUNE.
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Proposed work basically depend on two systems
By Eye control :This is a method to guide and control the wheelchair for disabled people based on movement of eye. This concept can be used for people with loco-motor disabilities. The proposed system involvesthree stages: image detection, image processing and sending of control signals to wheelchair. The eye movement is detected using a head mounted camera. The corresponding output signals are then send to the motor driving circuit which will control the motor actions.
By Voice control : Electronic system configuration, a sensor system, a dependent-user recognition voice system has been plannedin this wheelchair. In this way we have obtained a wheelchair which can be driven with using voice commands and with the possibility of avoiding obstacles and downstairs or hole detection. The wheelchair has also been developed to allow autonomous driving (for example, following walls). nical model, control (low level control, control by voice commands), voice recognition and autonomous control are considered.
Keywords : Eye Controlling Section,Voice Controlling Section,Obstacle Detector,Arm Controller,IR Pair,Eye Sensor,Voice Recognisation Unit
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Title
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Multisource Energy Harvesting System
Article Type
:
Other
Author Name(s)
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Mr. Aditya Dhanvijay, Rajiv Gandhi College of Engg & Research, Nagpur.
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Embedded System, Energy Harvesting
The harvesting of ambient energy to power small electronic components has received tremendous attention over the last decade. The research goal in this field is to enable self-powered electronic components for use particularly in wireless sensing and measurement. Thermal energy due to temperature gradients, solar energy and ambient vibrations constitute some of the major sources of energy that can be harvested. The process of extracting energy from the surrounding environment is termed as energy harvesting. There are various forms of energy that can be scavenged, like thermal, mechanical, solar, acoustic, wind, and RF-wave
Keywords : Photovoltaic cells, piezo electric, peltier cells, boost converter, Thermo-Electric Generator 
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Title
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Analysis of Regenerative Energy Potential in More Electric Aircraft (MEA)
Article Type
:
Research Article
Author Name(s)
:
Shrey Shrikant Naik, Goa College of Engineering,Farmagudi,Goa; Nilesh Shenvi Borkar ,Goa College of Engineering,Farmagudi,Goa; Raghavendra Naik ,Goa College of Engineering,Farmagudi,Goa
Country
:
India
Research Area
:
Electrical Engineering
Optimum utilization of Electrical Energy on board an aircraft is a major concern because the aircraft technology is advancing more towards an electrically optimized aircraft. The major objective of More Electric Aircraft is that it basically uses Electrical Energy instead of conventional mechanical, pneumatic or hydraulic energy. This improves the response time of the systems on aircraft to a considerable extent and also reduces weight of the aircraft.
This Paper shows how Regenerative Energy on a MEA can be used in an efficient manner rather than wasting it as Heat on damping resistors which is a norm today. Control surfaces like Flaps, Ailerons, Rudder etc of the aircraft are potential regenerative energy areas which can be exploited to utilize this energy in a more energy efficient manner.
In MEA Electromechanical (EMA) or Electro-hydraulic (EHA) actuators are used to actuate these control surfaces which allow bidirectional flow of power and hence giving an opportunity to harvest regenerative energy. In this paper an EMA is used which consists of dc-dc H bridge Converter, DC Motor, Rotational to Translational Interface and Aileron to show how regenerative power can be utilized with the help of Energy Storage Systems ESS.The simulation is carried out in MATLAB/Simulink and the results are presented.
Keywords : Regenerative Power
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Title
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Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust and Fly Ash with Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregates and Cement in Concrete
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Arfat Saiyad, A.D. Patel Institute of Technology; Krunal Prajapati ,A.D. Patel Institute of Technology; Daxesh Chaudhari ,A.D. Patel Institute of Technology; Tausif Kauswala ,A.D. Patel Institute of Technology
Country
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India
Research Area
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Concrete
Present era is the era of concrete because it is highly demanded material today. The basic raw materials for concrete are cement, sand and coarse aggregate. Due to depletion of natural rivers it is required to use other material than sand being used as fine aggregates. In this experimental study an attempt will be made to find the effect of partial replacement of Fine aggregate by Quarry Dust and Cement by Flyash. The innovative use of Quarry Dust in concrete formulations as a fine aggregate replacement in the range of 0%, 15%, 30% & 45% by weight for M-40 grade cement (PPC). Fly ash is also used as partial replacement of cement in the same proportion. The specimen is produced and tested as an alternative to traditional concrete in terms of strength and durability aspects. The experimental investigation is concern to know the behavior, mechanical properties and durability aspects of concrete
Keywords : Concrete, Quarry dust, Fly ash, Compressive strength, Acid Attack test, Sodium chloride test.
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Title
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Experimental Investigation on Effect of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) on Biofuel-Diesel Fuelled HCCI Engine using External Fuel Vaporizer
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Nejal N. Patel, L.D. college of engineering, Ahmedabad; Prof. Shyam K.Dabhi ,L.D. college of engineering, Ahmedabad; Pawan Kishore Jha ,L.D. college of engineering, Ahmedabad; Prof. Vivek G. Trived ,L.D. college of engineering, Ahmedabad
Country
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India
Research Area
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i c engine
Homogeneous charge compression ignition is new combustion concept, which is used to reduce the emissions and improve the engine performance parameters. HCCI combustion technology reduces the NOx emissions significantly in the diesel engine. Homogeneous mixture inside the combustion chamber helps to reduce exhaust gas temperature and NOx emissions. Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) is also one of the well-known technique used in diesel engine to reduce the NOx emissions. In EGR some amount of exhaust gas in recirculated in the engine cylinder after passing through the EGR cooler. This experiment’s objective is to analyze the working of a single cylinder diesel engine under HCCI combustion mode with Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) using bio fuels, widely available from the agricultural wastes. The engine is run at its conventional mode and at HCCI mode with both Diesel-Bio fuel HCCI. The HCCI mode of engine operation involves different percentage of HCCI as 10%, 30%, 50%, 70% and observations carried out. Partially cooled exhaust gas is introduced with different rate as 10%, 15% and 20%. Combination of these two technologies reduces the emissions and improve the engine performance parameters significantly. Finally study is carried out on effect of EGR on HCCI engine using bio fuel. The optimum emissions are obtained at 20% EGR and 30% HCCI. The efficiency tends to be higher for HCCI engine compared to conventional diesel engine.
Keywords : Diesel HCCI, EGR, Diesel vaporizer, Diesel Engine, Performance and Exhaust Emission ANALYSE
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Title
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Improving Performance of Routing Protocol in VANET - A Technical Research
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Anu Thomas, IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMAJ; Prof. Pooja M. Bhatt ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMAJ; Divya Sharma ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMAJ; Krishna Suthar ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMAJ
Country
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India
Research Area
:
network
Wireless networking is an emerging technology that will allow users toaccess information and services regardless of their geographicposition. In contrast to infrastructure based networks, in wirelessad hoc networks, all nodes are mobile and can be connected dynamicallyin an arbitrary manner. All nodes of these networks behave as routersand take part in discovery and maintenance of routes to other nodes inthe network. This feature presents a great challenge to the design ofa routing scheme since link bandwidth is very limited and the networktopology changes as users roam. This thesis investigates the behaviour of existing traditional routing algorithms and proposes a new routingapproach for ad hoc wireless networks. Proposed algorithm uses multiand alternate path concept on the basis of transmission and receivingpower
Keywords : VANET, ROUTING PROTOCOLS 
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[2]	Ms. Bhagyashri Pete,” Continuous Connectivity Aware Routing in VANET Using Hybrid Protocol” IEEE sponsored 2ND international conference on electronics and communication system (ICECS 2015).
[3]	Qing Yang and Alvin Lim,” Connectivity Aware Routing in Vehicular Networks”, WCNC 2008 proceedings.
[4]	W.N. Wahidah Hashim,” A New Hop-Count and Node-Degree Based Routing Protocol for Vehicular ad-Hoc Networks(VANETs)”2013 IEEE 11th Malaysia International Conference on Communications,26th-28th November 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
[5]	Yufeng Chen,”An Adaptive Cross-Layer Multi-Path Routing Protocol for Urban VANET”, Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Automation and Logistics August 16-20 2010, Hong Kong and Macau
[6]	Omar Sami Oubbati, "IRTIV: Intelligent Routing protocol using real time Traffic Information in urban Vehicular environment," 2014 IEEE. 
Title
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A NEW SHORTEST ROUTING PATH ALGORITHM USING SPANNING TREES – A TECHNICAL RESEARCH
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Divya Sharma, IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMAJ; Krishna Suthar ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMA; Prof. Pooja M. Bhatt ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMA; Anu Thomas ,IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DHARMA
Country
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India
Research Area
:
NETWORKING
In the contemporary systems of communication, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have become one of the most up-and-coming trends. In the design of WSNs, routing is of utmost importance. Several commonly used routing metrics include the minimum hop, minimum energy consumed per packet, ,maximum energy capacity, maximum minimum energy capacity, maximum time required to partition the network, minimum variance in the power level of the node, the quality of service(QoS) and the robustness.
Keywords : SHORTEST PATH ROUTING, SENSOR NODE 
[1]	Pritam Khan, Gargi Konar, Niladri Chakraborty, “Modification of Floyd-Warshall’s Algorithm for Shortest Path Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks,”, In the proceedings of IEEE 2014 Annual IEEE India Conference (INDICON)
[2]	Sami Alwakeel, Agung Prasetijo, and Najla Alnabhan, “An Adaptive Energy-Saving Routing Algorithm for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks”, In the proceedings of IEEE 1st International Conference on Electrical and Information Technologies ICEIT’2015
[3]	Nandkumar Kulkarni, Neeli Rashrni Prasad, Ramjee Prasad, “G-MOHRA: Green Multi-Objective Hybrid Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks”, 2014 IEEE
[4]	Zhi Hu 1,2, Ying-you Wen 1,2, Hong Zhao 1,2, “A Secure Routing Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks”, In the proceedings of IEEE Workshop on Advanced Research and Technology in Industry Applications (WARTIA) 2014
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Title
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Image Completion using Criminisi Algorithm
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Aryadarsh S, Marian Engineering College; Dhanya Mathew ,Marian Engineering College; Neevan R ,IHRD Engineering College
Country
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India
Research Area
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Digital Image processing
 Image completion means, Restoring the lost part of an image by using available information from the remaining parts of the image itself, it is otherwise called as Image inpainting. There are a number of applications for inpainting, they varies from the restoration of damaged paintings and photographs to the removal/replacement of selected objects. In this paper, we present an algorithm that enhances and extends a previously proposed algorithm and it provides faster inpainting. Using our approach, one can use this to inpaint large regions (e.g. to remove an object etc.) as well as it is used to recover small portions (e.g. restore a photograph by removing cracks etc.). The inpainting method is based on the exemplar based approach. The basic idea behind this approach is to find exemplars (i.e. patches) from the image and replace the lost data with it. This technique can be used for the restoration of damaged photographs or damaged film. In contrast with previous approaches, the technique here introduced has an advantage. That is, it does not require the user to specify where the novel information comes from. This is automatically done (and in a fast way), thereby it allows the system to simultaneously fill-in numerous regions which contain completely different structures and surrounding backgrounds. This paper looks forward to improve the algorithm so that the computational complexity is further improved while retaining the quality of inpainting. Here the inpainting algorithm presented here is not meant to be used for inpainting images, but for videos also. We are also investing methods to improve this algorithm to make it more robust so that it can be used with videos in this paper itself. 
Keywords : Image Inpainting, Isophotes, Priority term, Source Region, Target Region, Video Inpainting
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[2]	Neevan R, Anil Kumar A, Image completion: An Exemplar Based Method, Dept. of computer science, College of Engineering Karunagappally
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Title
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Wavelet Feature Based Fault Detection and Classification Technique for Transmission line Protection
Article Type
:
Case Study
Author Name(s)
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Manish Kurre, PG scholar ,DIMAT raipur,CG,India; Shailesh M. Deshmukh ,Asst.Prof & Head of Department DIMAT raipur,CG,India
Country
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India
Research Area
:
power system
In the present scenario, the efficiency of a power system depends on how a fault is accurately detected and classified, so that quick restoration and maintenance of power is accomplished. Fault detection, fault classification, needs to be performed using a fast and responsive algorithm at different levels of a power system. Effect of factors such as fault impedance, fault inception angle (FIA), and fault distance, which cause disturbances in power line can be analyzed by Wavelet based multi resolution analysis (MRA). This paper proposed, a fault detection and classification technique using MRA based on wavelet transform. The present paper also deals with the exploration of advantages and problems related with the proposed fault detection and classification technique. The method of fault detection and classification proposed in this work is based on the three-phase current and voltage waveforms measured during the occurrence of fault in the power transmission-line. The technique proposed in this paper, is verified using MATLAB/Simulink software and the obtained results shows that the wavelet based MRA is a good tool for detection and classification of faults. However it is also shown that the most critical problem related to this technique is the selection of appropriate threshold values for all the three phases. It has been also shown that this technique requires expert hands and knowledge of the system for the selection of proper threshold value.
Keywords : Transmission line, fault detection and classification, wavelet feature, multi-resolution analysis.
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Title
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Face to Face Proximity Estimation Using Bluetooth on Smartphone
Article Type
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Reveiw Article
Author Name(s)
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Heena Jain, KLE College of and Technology,Chikodi ; Prof.Satish Bhojannavar ,KLE College of and Technology,Chikodi; Pooja Patil ,KLE College of and Technology,Chikodi; Nagpooja Shah ,KLE College of and Technology,Chikodi; Swati Nikam ,KLE College of and Technology,Chikodi
Country
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India
Research Area
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Mobile computing
 The communication of always–on has tremendous implications with people to interact socially. In particular sociologists are interested in the question if such pervasive access increases or decreases face-to-face interaction. As face-to-face communication happens when people are close enough to have conversation in a convenient way. Existing approaches used such as GPS and Wi-Fi triangulation are more complicated to find accurate proximity location and it insufficient to meet the requirements of flexibility and accuracy. Nowadays the Bluetooth which is commonly available on most modern Smartphone provides a compelling alternative for proximity estimation. In this paper, through experimental studies we demonstrate the efficiency of Bluetooth for this exact purpose. We propose a proximity estimation model to determine the distance based on the RSSI values of Bluetooth and light sensor data in different environments. We present several real world scenarios and explore Bluetooth proximity estimation on Android with respect to accuracy and power consumption.
Keywords : Bluetooth,RSSI,proximity estimation model
[1]	Shu Liu, Yingxin Jiang, and Aaron Striegel, “Face-to-Face Proximity Estimation Using Bluetooth On Smartphones” IEEE Transactions On Mobile Computing, Vol. 13, No. 4, April 2014.
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Title
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Study of Non Isolated High Voltage Gain Dc -Dc Converter with 3SSC & 5VMC's
Article Type
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Other
Author Name(s)
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Geraldine Mathew, Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering & Research; Anagha Mudki ,Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering & Research
Country
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India
Research Area
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power electronics
This work proposes a non- isolated high voltage gain DC-DC converter based on three state switching cell and voltage multiplier cell. The no of multiplier cell implemented in this proposed circuit is 5.As the value of the voltage gain obtained can be varied by changing the no of multiplier cells & duty cycle a Non –isolated DC-DC converter based on 3SSC and 3VMC is simulated which precedes the simulation of 3SSC and 5VMC. The simulation is carried out using MATLAB software. To validate the work carried out using Matlab Simulink a hardware prototype of the converter is also presented in this work. The behavior of the converter is analyzed through an extensive theoretical and practical analysis. The analyzed converter can be applied in varied applications requiring a high gain boost stage with cascaded inverters in renewable energy systems.
Keywords : Boost Converters, Dc – Dc Converters, High Voltage Gain, voltage Multiplier Cells (VMCS) 3ssc- Three State Switching Cell
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