Red mud is a solid residue Produced during the alumina production by the bayer process from bauxite. The red mud generated by this process is highly alkaline with pH usually ranging from 10 to 13. Due to its hazardous corrosive nature its posing a very serious and alarming environmental problem. Globally there are approximately 90 million tonnes of red mud being produced every year. More than 4 million tons of red mud is generated annually in India only. The amount of the red mud generated per ton of the alumina processed, varies greatly with the type of the bauxite ore used. Due to its hazardous nature it is a great challange to researcher to develop new methods for the application of red mud. Various research work going on for the storage, disposal and utilization of the red mud in all over the world. This paper reviews the current status and future trend of the red mud characterization, disposal, various neutralization methods and utilization in world as well as in Indian context.
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- Sucharita PatelPh.D Research Scholar, Mining Engineering Department, NIT Rourkela, Orissa
- B.K. PalProfessor in Mining Engineering Department, NIT Rourkela, Orissa
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Auto drivers play an important role in towns and cities in India. They complement the public transportation facilities to a very great extent. Many people get into this profession with hope of earning a decent income for the benefit of themselves and their families. However, the lives of auto drivers is one of financial struggle with low earnings and savings. The current paper attempts to know the reasons for choosing to drive auto rickshaw. It also delves into finding the relationship between education and different aspects of financial well-being.
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Anitha Ramachander, Chaya Bagrecha, Sumangala Talur "Financial Well-being of Auto Drivers in Bangalore – A Study Conducted under Research Promotion Scheme of AICTE" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.17-22 2015
A design of small sized, low profile patch antenna is proposed for BLUETOOTH applications at 2.4GHz frequency with inset feeding technique. The patch is design with different parameters like return loss, VSWR, directivity along two directions, radiation pattern in 2-D and 3-D, smith cart , impedance matching are simulated using CST Microwave Studio simulation software. Designed antenna is simulated on FR4 substrate with loss tangent tanδ=0.02. The proposed antenna based on co-axial feed configuration has the maximum achievable bandwidth obtained about 818 MHz (2.35-2.44 GHz) at -10 dB reflection coefficient which corresponds to Bluetooth 2.4 GHz frequency band and the maximum achievable directivity is 6.32 dBi. Simulation and measurement results are compared and discussed.
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- Tejal B. Tandel Electronics and Communication Department, Madhuben and Bhanu bhai Patel Institute Of Engineering, For Studies And Research In Computer And Communication Technology, New V.V. Nagar, Anand, India.
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Tejal B. Tandel , Nikunj Shingala "Design and Simulation of Microstrip Rectangular Patch Antenna for Bluetooth Application " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.23-27 2015
It is necessary to verify the fault tolerance capabilities of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) in the object tracking environment before deployment. In the distributed environment, densely collected tiny sensor nodes are equipped with a variety of sensors. These sensors are able to sense events, compute and communicate with end users. They are sometimes required to track moving objects. Such a tracking task has many constraints. Battery power of nodes, link failure, eavesdropping and sinkhole attacks are some of the challenges that the network has to overcome. Tracking a moving object requires regular updating of sensor nodes and therefore may be very power consuming. Finding the shortest paths between the moving object and the sink may be saving energy but may not be reliable. We propose a energy computing model that is designed to detect the moving objects optimally and can also detect a node which may cause a sinkhole attack in the network. The work proposed here addresses the aspects related to energy efficient object tracking and builds a fault tolerant network with sink hole detection.
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- Madhuri Rao Department of Computer Science & Information Technology Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Jagamara, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India 751030
- Satya Sovana Patnaik, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Jagamara, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar, Odisha , India 751030
- K.Vinod Kumar Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Jagamara, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India 751030
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Madhuri Rao, Satya Sovana Patnaik, K.Vinod Kumar"Fault Tolerant Mobile Object Tracking with Sink Hole Detection in Wireless Sensor Network " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.28-32 2015
Energy is the prime factor in ascertaining real, fast paced and effective development. Electricity is one of the most crucial forms of energy. This paper discusses the generation of energy using agricultural residues as biomass feed to biomass based power plants. India is an agrarian country which has a tremendous potential to utilize this mode of electricity generation. The major breakthrough through this process would be the energizing and empowering of rural India. The paper discusses all the technical, economic as well as socio-economic aspects of implementing this mode of energy production. The three major utilizations of agricultural residues for generation of energy involve: Ethanol, Pyrolysis Oil and Electricity. These agricultural residues can be used as biomass feed to two different kinds of biomass based power plants viz. combustion plants and gasification plants. This paper discusses the various trade-offs of these processes and the usage of agricultural residues as feed to them. The technical as well as economic aspects of these processes are discussed especially referring to India. Finally, analyzing India’s potential and shortcomings we have suggested a general outline of employing this modus operandi of generating energy in terms of electricity and economically empowering rural India.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Hitanshu SachaniaDepartment of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Technology, Nirma University Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India - 382481
- Aditya Patel Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Technology, Nirma University Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India - 382481
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Hitanshu Sachania, Aditya Patel "Empowering Rural India: Energy from Agricultural Residues" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.33-38 2015
Aging is a continuous, complex, and dynamic process that begins with birth and ends with death. And unless we die in our early years, each of us will grow old and experience the effects of the aging process. Elderly people are vulnerable to psychological and social crisis and to a typical presentation of illness common to the aged. The most common old age problems are economic dependency, loneliness, insecurity, diminished self-concept, physical illness, perceptual and cognitive problems like diminished vision, hearing and memory. Morbidity increases with advancement of age. However in recent years, the issues or problems of old people in society have increasingly become prominent. There are 81million older people in India-11 lakh in Delhi. Material &Methods :- study was conducted among 200 aged people with a simple random technique from 10-09-2014 to 14-01-2015to assess the physiological and psychological problems of aged and identify the support system available to them in selected urban community of Jaipur Results: The data revealed that Majority (72%) reported to have moderatePhysiological and Psychological problems and (28%) had only mild problems. Majority of were getting support from their relatives and 53 percent enjoy moderate support from friends where as 47 percent have poor support from friends. Interestingly, there was no correlation physiological and psychological problems and support system available to the aged in the community. Conclusion: Physiological And psychological problem of the aged are very common and Social support available for the aged in the society is inadequate and governmental and non-governmental agencies have to take serious steps to improvise in this direction.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Jogendra SharmaResearch Scholar, IIS University, Jaipur (Raj)
- Dr. S.C. SharmaResearch Guide, IIS University, Jaipur (Raj)
- Dr. Mahipal SinghResearch Guide, Faculty of Nursing IIS University, Jaipur (Raj)
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Jogendra Sharma, Dr. S.C. Sharma, Dr. Mahipal Singh "Physiological and Psychological Problems of Aged and Identify The Support System Available to Them in Selected Urban Community of Jaipur with A View to Develop and Test A Guideline for The Management of Problem." International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.29-33 2015
Today, the Indian economy is growing at a scorching pace and the real estate sector is growing even faster. Eventually, more and more money is chasing a limited quantity of high-quality property. This makes real estate potentially one of the best investment opportunities out there. However high prices and transactions costs make it a difficult investment for an average investor to take bets on this fast-growing sector. Fortunately, a new investment product called real estate mutual fund is being developed which will make it easier for the average investor to invest his or her hard-earned money in real estate. According to survey, real estate mutual funds "tend to focus their investment strategy on real estate investment trusts (REITS) and real estate companies." real estate investment trusts are companies that buy and manage real estate with funds collected from investors. This study provides an overview of the concept REMF, its working process and certain conditions of investment in REMF.
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- Mitali PalitDepartment of Commerce & Management, Srushti Degree College, Bangalore, India
. Chaturvedi, Murari, “Twenty One Year of Real Estate”, Accommodation Times Publications. . Gordon, Mark , “The Complete Guide to Investing in REITs, Real Estate Investment Trusts: How to Earn High Rates of Return Safely”, Atlantic Publishing Company, 2008. . Greer, Gaylon E. and Kolbe, Phillip T., “Investment Analysis for Real Estate Decisions”, Volume 1, Investment Analysis for Real Estate Decisions, Phillip T. Kolbe,Kaplan Financial Series, Dearborn Real Estate, 2003. . Janik, Carolyn, “Making Money in Real Estate: How to Start Out on the Road to Financial Independence with Residential and Commercial Property”, Volume 7, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Kiplinger's Series, Kaplan Publishing, 2005. . Khan, M. Y. , “Financial Services”, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2013. . Pathak, Bharati V. and Bharati V., Pathak, “The Indian Financial System: Markets, Institutions and Services”, Pearson Education India, 2011. . The Gazette Of India, Extraordinary, Part –Iii, Section 4 ,Published By Authority, New Delhi, April 16, 2008, Securities And Exchange Board Of India Notification, Mumbai, The 16th April, 2008, Securities And Exchange Board Of India, (Mutual Funds) (Amendment) Regulations, 2008.
Mitali Palit "Real Estate Mutual Fund- Broadening India’s Capital Market" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.46-50 2015
As CO is extremely dangerous its detection and monitoring is highly essential. In this work 0.1 wt% indium doped ZnO thin films are grown by sol-gel method. Structural and micro structural characteristics of the grown films are investigated from XRD pattern and FESEM micrographs respectively. Gas sensing properties of these films are studied in presence of CO gas by varying the operating temperature and gas concentration. It is observed that these indium doped ZnO thin films can detect the presence of a very low concentration of CO (~ 2 ppm) and exhibit a stable sensing performance. The gas sensing mechanism of these films is discussed.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Sumati PatiVikram Dev (A) College, Jeypore, India
. Yoon, D.H. and Choi, G.M. (1997), Microstructure and CO gas sensing properties of porous ZnO produced by starch addition, Sensors and Actuators B, Vol. 45, pp.251–257. . Horrillo, M.C., Serventi, A., Rickerby, D. and Gueierrez, J. (1999), Influence of tin oxide microstructure on the sensitivity to reductor gases, Sensors and Actuators B, Vol. 58, pp. 474–477. . Seiyama, T. and Kagawa, S. (1966), Study on a detector for gaseous components using semi conductive thin films, Analitical Chemistry, Vol. 38, pp. 1069–1073. . Pati, S., Majumder, S. B. and Banerji P. (2014), MOCVD grown ZnO ultra thin film gas sensors: Influence of microstructure, Sensors and Actuators A, Vol. 213, pp. 52–58. . Benelmadjat, H., Boudine, B., Halimi, O.and Sebais, M. (2009), Fabrication and characterization of pure and Sn/Sb-doped ZnO thin films deposited by sol–gel method, Optics & Laser Technology, Vol. 41, pp. 630–633. . Elmas, S. and Korkmaz, S. (2013), Deposition of Al Doped ZnO Thin Films on the Different Substrates with Radio Frequency Magnetron Sputtering, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 359, pp. 69–72. . Majumdar, S. and Banerji, P. (2009), Growth and Characterization of Urea Doped p-type ZnO Thin Film Grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition, Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 67, pp. 127-130. . Pati, S., Majumder, S. B. and Banerji, P. (2012), Role of Oxygen Vacancy in Optical and Gas Sensing Characteristics of ZnO Thin Films, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 541, pp. 376–379. . Mukherjee, K. and Majumder, S.B. (2009), Analyses of response and recovery kinetics of zinc ferrite as hydrogen gas sensor, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 106, pp. 064912 . Bao, D., Gu, H. and Kuang, A. (1998), Sol–gel-derived c-axis oriented ZnO thin films, Thin Solid Films, Vol. 312, pp. 37–39. . B.D. Cullity, Elements of X-ray Diffraction, 3rd ed., Prentice Hall, New York, 2001. . Chang, J.F., Kuo, H.H., Leu, I.C. and Hon, M.H. (2002), The effects of thickness and operation temperature on ZnO:Al thin film CO gas sensor, Sensors and Actuators B, Vol. 84, pp. 258–264.
Sumati Pati "Indium doped ZnO Thin Films as CO Gas Sensor" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.51-53 2015
There is a big challenge in front of doctors in current days is accurate and correct identification of disease. The medical image processing is playing most important role for help of doctors. One of the most dangerous diseases nowadays is cancer. The doctors identify it by observing brain MR image. In this paper, brain MR image is converted into new form which gives easy way of separating all three matters in an image using BBHE. The equalized image is then segmented and white matter is extracted automatically. The tumor present in it also extracted using region based segmentation and area is also calculated automatically. This work will be useful for doctors and will act as supporting tool only.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Pratik Vinayak Oak Department of E&TC Engineering, Gharda Institute of Technology, Lavel, Maharashtra, India
. Ahmed Kharatt, Karim Gasmi, Mohammed Ben Messaqod, Nacera Benamrane and Mohamed Abid, ―A Hybrid Approach for Automatic Classification of Brain MRI Using Genetic Algorithm and Support Vector Machine‖ ,30 December 2010. . Rafael C.Gonzalis,Woods,”,Digital image processing”,Edition wesley.an imprint of pearson education, 1st edition, 2000. . Jorge D. Mendiola-Santibaneza, Ivan R. Terol-Villalobosb,Gilberto Herrera-Ruiza, Antonio Fernandez-Bouzasc,‖ Morphological contrast measure and contrast enhancement: One application to the segmentation of brain MRI‖,Sciencedirect Signal Processing 87 (2007) 2125–2150. . M. C. Clark, L. O. Hall, D. B. Goldgof, L. P. Clarke, R. P. Velthuizen, and M. S. Silbiger, ―MRI Segmentation using Fuzzy Clustering Techniques‖, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, pp. 730-742, 1994. . S.-D. Chen and A. R. Ramli, ―Minimum mean brightness error bi-histogram equalization in contrast enhancement‖, IEEE Trans. Consumer Electron., vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 1310-1319, Nov. 2003. . S.-D. Chen, and A. R. Ramli, ―Contrast enhancement using recursive mean-separate histogram equalization for scalable brightness preservation,‖ IEEE Trans. Consumer Electron., vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 1301-1309, Nov. 2003. . Evangelia I. Zacharaki, Stathis Kanterakis, R. Nick Bryan, and Christos Davatzikos,‖Measuring Brain Lesion Progression with a Supervised Tissue Classification System‖, D. Metaxas et al. (Eds.):@ springer, MICCAI 2008, Part I, LNCS 5241, pp. 620–627, 2008. . YEONG-TAEGI KIM ,”Contrast Enhancement Using Brightness Preserving Bi-Histogram Equalization” IEEE Trans. on Consumer Electronics, Vol.43, No.1, pp.1-8, Feb. 1997. . Manoj K Kowar and Sourabh Yadav,‖ Brain Tumor Detection & Segmentation Using Histogram Threholding‖, International Journal of Engg. And Advanced Tech., ISSN:2249-8958, Volume-1, Issue-4, April 2012.
Pratik Vinayak Oak "Automatic Tumor Detection and Area Calculation from Brain MR Image Using Image Processing" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.54-57 2015
Electronic travel aid, which convert visual environmental cues into another sensory modality, have proved to help blind people with a great degree of physiological comfort and independence. The main problem of blind people is to detect and avoid obstacles both during outdoor navigation and indoor navigation. Designing an obstacle detector for blind is a challenging task. Although there are many mobility aids available, there are very few which can detect dangerous obstacles. A comparative study of mobility aid for outdoor and indoor navigation purpose is presented in this paper. Computer vision based approach to design a travel aid for blind is discussed. The aim of the design is to develop a FPGA based travel aid that can be used for both outdoor and indoor navigation.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Shrugal VardePhD. Scholar, Electronics Department, VJTI, Matunga, Mumbai-400019,India
- Prof. M.S. PanseProfessor and Dean Faculty, Electronics Department, VJTI, Matunga, Mumbai-400019, India
. Global data on visually impaired, World health organization,2010. . Larisa Dunai, Ismael Lengua,Ignacio Tortajada,Fernando Simon, "Obstacle detectors for visually impaired people", International Conference on Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (OPTIM),2014,pp.809-816. . Dimitrios Dakopoulos, Nikolaos Bourbakis," Wearable Obstacle Avoidance Electronic Travel Aids for Blind: A Survey", IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews,vol.40,no.1,pp.25-35,Jan.2010. . Shraga Shoval ,Johann Borenstein ,Yoram Koren, "Mobile robot obstacle avoidance in a computerized travel aid for the blind", IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1994 Proceedings.,,1994,pp.2023-2028. . Johann Borenstein, Iwan Ulrich, "The GuideCane-a computerized travel aid for the active guidance of blind pedestrians", IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1997. Proceedings.,1997,pp.1283-1288. . Peter B.L Meijer ," An experimental system for auditory image representations", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol.39,no.2,pp.112-121,Feb1992. . Bhatlawande S. , Mahadevappa M. , Mukherjee J. , Biswas M. , Das D. ,Gupta S.," Design, Development, and Clinical Evaluation of the Electronic Mobility Cane for Vision Rehabilitation", IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, ,vol.22,no.6,pp.1148-1159,Nov.2014. . S Cadin,D. Thalmann,F. Vexo," A wearable system for mobility improvement of visually impaired people", Visual computer wearable systems,vol.23,no.2,pp.109-118,Jan2007. . Dunai L. , Fajarnes G.P. ,Praderas V.S. , Garcia B.D. , Lengua I.L., "Real-time assistance prototype - A new navigation aid for blind people", IECON 2010 - 36th IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Annual Conference ,2010,pp.1173-1178. . da Silva Cascalheira M. , Pinho P. , Teixeira D. ,de Carvalho N.B.," Indoor guidance system for the blind and the visually impaired", Microwaves, Antennas Propagation, IET,vol.6,no.10,pp.1149-1157,July2012. . Dhruv Jain, "Path-guided Indoor Navigation for the Visually Impaired Using Minimal Building Retrofitting", Proceedings of the 16th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility,2014,pp.225-232.
Shrugal Varde, Prof. M.S. Panse "Computer Vision Based Travel Aid for Blind" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.58-63 2015
In this paper design of the Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) and Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) for Quarter car semi active suspension system has been done. Current automobile suspension systems use passive components only by utilizing spring and damping coefficient with fixed rates. The vehicle suspension systems are typically rated by its ability to provide good road handling and improve passenger comfort. In order to improve comfort and ride quality of a vehicle, four parameters are needed to be acknowledged. Those four parameters are sprung mass acceleration, sprung mass displacement, unsprung displacement and suspension deflection. This paper uses a new approach in designing the suspension system which is semi-active suspension. Here, the hydraulic damper is replaced by a magneto-rheological damper and a controller is developed for controlling the damping force of the suspension system. The semi-active suspension with controllers reduces the sprung mass acceleration and displacement hence improving the passengers comfort.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- K. Dhananjay RaoAssistant Professor, Department of EEE, Centurion University, Paralakhemundi, Odisha
- K. PavaniTeaching Associate, Department of Instrumentation, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
. Kurczyk, Sebastian, and Marek Pawełczyk., Fuzzy Control for Semi-Active Vehicle Suspension, Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration and Active Control 32.3217-226. ,2013. . Zuo, Lei, and Pei-Sheng Zhang.,:Energy harvesting, ride comfort, and road handling of regenerative vehicle suspensions, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 135.1 011002,2013. . Dharan ,Asha , Silje Helene Olsen Storhaug, and Hamid Reza Karimi., :LQG Control of a Semi-active Suspension System equipped with MR rotary brake, Proceedings of the 11th WSEAS international conference on Instrumentation, Measurement, Circuits and Systems, and Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS international conference on Robotics, Control and Manufacturing Technology, and Proceedings of the 12th WSEAS international conference on Multimedia Systems & Signal Processing. World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS),2012. . A. F. Jahromi, A. Zabihollah and Linear Quadratic Regulator and fuzzy controller application in full-car model of suspen- sion system with magnetorheological shock absorber, IEEE/ASME International Conference on Mechanical and Embedded Systems and Applications (2010) 522-5 . Al-Younes, Younes M., Mohammed A. Al-Jarrah, and Ali A. Jhemi.,: Linear vs. nonlinear control techniques for a quadrotor vehicle, Mechatronics and its Applications (ISMA), 2010 7th International Symposium on IEEE ,2010. . Biglarbegian,M., Melek,W., and Golnaraghi,F.,:Intelligent Control of Vehicle Semi-Active Suspension Systems for improved Ride Comfort and Road handling, Proc. Fuzzy Information on The North American Annual meeting, pp. 1924,June ,2006. . Paulides,J.J.H., Encica,L., Lomonova,E.A., and Vandenput,A.J.A., :Design Considerations for a Semi-Active Electromagnetic Suspension System, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 42(10),2006. . Y. Md. Sam and J. H. S. B. Osman, Modeling and control of the active suspension system using proportional integral sliding mode approach, Asian Journal of Control, 7 (2) ,2005. . Haiping, D., Kam, Y.S. and James, L., Semi-active H infinity control of Vehicle suspension with Magneto-rheological dampers, Journals of Sound and Vibration, 283,981-996. ,2005 . Han-Shue Tan and T. Bradshaw, “Model Identification of an Automotive Hydraulic Active Suspension System,” Proc. Of American Control Conference, New Mexico, vol. 5, pp. 290-924, 1997. . HueiPeng., Strathearn,R., and Ulsoy,A.G.,:A Novel Active Suspension Design Technique Simulation and Experimental Results,”Proc. of AACC,1997. . Smith,M.C.,:Achievable Dynamic Response for Automotive Active Suspension,Vehicle System Dynamics, vol. 1, pp. 134,1995.
K. Dhananjay Rao, K. Pavani "Modelling and Vibration Control of Suspension System for Automobiles using LQR and PID Controllers " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.64-68 2015
Whether you’re using wireless internet in a coffee shop, stealing it from the guy next door, or competing for bandwidth that a conference, you have probably gotten frustrated at the slow speeds you face when more than one device is tapped into the network. As more and more people and their many devices access wireless internet, clogged airwaves are going to make it. One germen phycist. Harald Haas has come up with a solution he calls “data through illumination” –taking the fibber out of fiber optic by sending data through an LED light bulb that varies in intensity faster than the human eye can follow. It’s the same idea band behind infrared remote controls but far more powerful. Haas says his invention, which he calls DLIGHT,can produce data rates faster than 10 megabits per second, which is speedier than your average broadband connection. He envisions a future where data for laptops, smart phones, and tablets is transmitted through the light in a room. And security would be snap – if you can’t see the light, you can’t access the data.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Sharad A.BhadAssistant Professor, E&TC Depart. SIT, Lonavala, Pune
- Vikram M Chavan Assistant Professor, E&TC Depart. SIT, Lonavala, Pune
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Sharad A.Bhad, Vikram M Chavan "Li-Fi (Light Fidelity)-The Future Technology in Wireless Communication" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.69-72 2015
Health care organizations now a day’s made a strategic decision to turn huge medical data coming from various sources into competitive advantage. This will help the health care organizations to monitor any abnormal measurements which require immediate reaction. Apache Hadoop has emerged as a software framework for distributed processing of large datasets across large clusters of computers. Hadoop is based on simple programming model called MapReduce. Hive is a data warehousing framework built on top of hadoop. Hive is designed to enable easy data summarization, ad-hoc querying and analysis of large volume of data. As health care and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) are generating huge data, it is necessary to store, extract and load such big data using a framework which support distributed processing. Cloud computing model provides efficient resources to store and process the data. In this paper we propose a MapReduce programming for Hadoop which can analyze the EMR on cloud. Hive is used to analyze large data of healthcare and medical records. Sqoop is used for easy data import and export of data from structured data stores such as relational databases, enterprise datawarehouses and NoSQL systems.
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- Date of Publication: August 2015
- Sreekanth RallapalliResearch Scholar, R&D Center, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
- Gondkar RRProfessor, Department of IT, AIT, Bangalore
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Sreekanth Rallapalli, Gondkar RR "Map Reduce Programming for Electronic Medical Records Data Analysis on Cloud using Apache Hadoop, Hive and Sqoop" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.73-76 2015
The Government of India defines a P3 as "a partnership between a public sector entity and a private sector entity (a legal entity in which 51% or more of equity is with the private partner/s) for the creation and/or management of infrastructure for public purpose for a specified period of time (concession period) on commercial terms and in which the private partner has been procured through a transparent and open procurement system. The major infrastructure development projects in the Indian state of Maharashtra (more than 50%) are based on the P3 model, other states such Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu also adopted this model. Sector-wise, the road projects account for about 53.4% of the total projects in numbers, and 46% in terms of value. The Eleventh Five Year Plan has estimated that in order to sustain the envisaged high annual growth rate, the investments in the infrastructure sector.
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- Dipali Anil LokhandeCivil Engineering. Department, SSGB COE&T, Bhusawal
- Prof.P.P.BhangaleHOD Civil Engineering. Department, SSGB COE&T, Bhusawal
. M.SathanaPriya, Assistant professor, Department of Commerce, Sri Nehru MahaVidyalaya College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.P.Jesintha, Assistant professor, Department of Commerce, VLB Janakiammal College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. "public private partnership in india" Journal of Management and Science Vol.1, No.1 (Sep’2011) ISSN: 2249-1260 . TharunShastry L Term-I PGDM Student, IFIM B School, Bengaluru" A Study on Public-Private Partnerships with Reference to Indian Infrastructural Projects"International Journal of Business and Management Invention ISSN (Online): 2319 – 8028, ISSN (Print): 2319 – 801X www.ijbmi.org Volume 3 Issue 10 ǁ October. 2014 ǁ PP.56-62 . Anil Kumar Gupta, Dr. M.K. Trivedi and Dr. R. KansalDepartment of Civil Engineering, MITS, GolakaMandir, Gwalior (MP)-474005" risk variation assessment of indian road ppp projects" International Journal of Science, Environment ,ISSN 2278-3687 (O) Email: email@example.com . https://www.pppindiadatabase.com . "National Highway Development Project (NHDP)"(https://www.nhai.org/WHATITIS.asp). NHAI, Ministry of Roads Transport, Govt of India. January 2012. . "Statewise distribution of National highway” (https://www.nhai.org/statewise1.asp). NHAI, MoRTH India. 2011. . "National Highway Development Project NHDP)" (https://www.nhai.org/WHATITIS.asp). NHAI, Ministry ofRoads Transport, Govt of India. January 2012. . "An Overview: Road Network of India" (https://morth.nic.in/showfile.asp?lid=364). Ministry of RoadTransport, Government of India. 2010. . "National Highways Development Project: An Overview" (https://188.8.131.52/intranet/NHDP.pdf) (PDF).Government of India. p. 12.Retrieved 7 June 2014. . www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_road_network . Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Basic Road Statistics of India, 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11, August 2012, p. vii
Dipali Anil Lokhande, Prof.P.P.Bhangale "Public Private Partnership of Road Development in India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.77-80 2015
Big Data is the new buzz word in the IT industry, and rightly so. All industries today are facing issues with increasing volumes of data and consequently increasing difficulty in handling and using it for benefit of the business etc. Data mining techniques such as neural networks come to the rescue. These artificial neural networks are unique in their approach, analogous to the human nervous system and information processing. These, aid in discovering hidden information that has proved to benefit the company or organisation using them in their data handling and analysis tools. This paper is a brief into the big data era, the use of data mining using neural networks and a glimpse of the real world application and its results.
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- Aishwarya Kaul Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India
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Aishwarya Kaul "Neural Network Optimization Revolutionizing Big Data Analytics" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.81-83 2015
Began in the mid-nineteenth century, Rails are the lifeline of our nation. They serve a broad class of our society, especially the middle class people. But with the passage they are posing as a threat for the general public at large while travelling, being the instances of crimes rising fourfold in rails.From the figures of 10672 in year 2000, theft of passengers belongings in railways in India raised to about 18037 in 2013, as reported by Indian railways on its official website, with the instances of robbery rising from 362 to the figure of 1096 for the years above respectively.Likewise, Cases of Drugging under the IPC Offences Reported over Indian Railways has been raised from in the year 2000 to 800 in year 2011. Rails were the lifeline of our nation, they are the lifeline and they will be the lifeline, depending on their usability and condensability, but in order to drive a long term advantage and sustainability, these anomalies needs to be tackled with efficient strength and utmost planning at grass root level. Flowingly, this paper tends to comment upon the same phenomenon while analyzing such instances and the effect extended thereupon of such abuses. It is also been afforded out to suggest out the ways to make the rail tourism comparatively more safer and wishful adding to the strengths of India.
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- Rohit KandaResearch Scholar, Faculty of Management Studies, Pacific Academy of Higher Education & Research University, Udaipur, Rajasthan (INDIA).
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Rohit Kanda "Railways in India: A Study on the Day by Day Increasing Crimes in Railways Effecting The Prospects of Railway Tourism in India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.84-89 2015
The parameters necessary to establish similitude of sediment are Particle Reynolds number and Shields parameter .Sediment is scaled so that it can move in a corresponding manner both in the proto and model. Similarity between model and proto implies that Shield’s parameter must be same in prototype and in the model. In addition Reynolds number should be equal in the model and the prototype. The accuracy of model study would depend upon realistic simulation of the distribution of suspended sediment on a vertical which is given by equation developed by Rouse. In free surface flow, gravity effects are predominant. Model – proto similarity is performed usually with Froude solitude. In modeling hydraulic structures, river Froude simulation is used.
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- Dattatray Kisan RajmaneLecturer, Sou. Venutai Chavan Polytechnic College, Pune
Dattatray Kisan Rajmane "Simulation from Proto to Model" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.90-94 2015
Standalone Photovoltaic (PV) system requires a proper battery charge controller. In this paper an efficient battery charge controller using Buck-Boost regulator with Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) is presented. The voltage command is determined by both the PV panel maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control loop and the battery charging loop. Here the controller is designed so as to balance the power flow from PV panel to the battery and load such that the PV power is utilized effectively. The design and simulation using MATLAB is presented in this work.
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- Mrutyunjay DasResearch Scholar, School of Electrical Engineering, KIIT University
- Dr. C. K. PanigrahiProfessor & Dean, School of Electrical Engineering, KIIT University
- Dr. M. K. MoharanaAssociate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, KIIT University
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Mrutyunjay Das, Dr. C. K. Panigrahi, Dr. M. K. Moharana "Design Aspects and Different Control Strategy of Stand-Alone PV System by MPPT Technology" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.95-103 2015
Paints are composed of an extensive variety of hazardous elements, such as carbon-based solvents and dense metals. The application of paint on a variety of fields that present in medical hazards. The repetitive work position involved in the paint shop leads to ergonomically problematic. The main objective of this study is to examine the ergonomically problems & exposure of organic solvents during paint spraying. In this various hazard credentials tools were involved in the process of hazard identification and designing safe working environment for stress free work.
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- R.Navaneetha krishnan UG Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam, Salem 637 504
- B.SathieshkumarUG Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam, Salem 637 504
- Ardhanari UG Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam, Salem 637 504
- S.Sundaresan Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam, Salem 637 504.
- N.Nagarajan Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam, Salem 637 504.
. Jin-a kim,sumin kim,hyun- joong kim , yong-shik kim “evauation of faormadehyde and vocs emission factors from paints in sma chamber: the effects of preconditioning time and coating weight.”187(2011)52-57. . Joonas auvinen, leif wirtanen “The influence of photocatalyst intereior paints on indore air quality”42(2008)4101-4112. . Shi-Nian Uang, Tung-Sheng Shih,Chun-huei chang, “Exposure assessment of organic solvents for aircraft paint stripping and spraying workers” 356(2006)38-44. . Olufunsho awodele , Temidayo D.Popoola, Bawo S. Ogbudu, Akin akinyede, Herbert A.B. coker, Alade Akintonwa.”Occupational hazards and safety measures amongst the paint factory workers in agos, Nigeria.”5(2014)106-111.
R.Navaneetha krishnan, B.Sathieshkumar, Ardhanari, S.Sundaresan, N.Nagarajan "Hazard Credentials & Safe Operational System in Paint Shop" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.104-110 2015