This paper is concerned with inverse transient thermoelastic problem in which we need to determine the temperature distribution, displacement function and thermal stresses of a semi-infinite hollow cylinder when the boundary conditions are known. Integral transform techniques are used to obtain the solution of the problem.
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- Shalu D BaraiDepartment of Mathematics, Gondwana University, Gadchiroli, (M.S), India.
- M. S. WarbheDepartment of Mathematics, Sarvodaya Mahavidyalaya Sindewahi, (M.S), India.
- N. W. KhobragadeDepartment of Mathematics, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, (M.S), India
. Noda N; Hetnarski R B; Tanigawa Y: Thermal Stresses, second edition Taylor & Francis, New York, 2003. . Khobragade N W: Thermoelastic analysis of a thick annular disc with radiation conditions, Int. J. of Engg. And Innovative Technology, vol. 3, Issue 5, pp. 120-127, 2013. . Khobragade N W: Thermoelastic analysis of a thick circular plate, IJEIT, vol. 3, Issue 5, pp.94-100, 2013. . Khobragade N W; Khalsa L H; Gahane T T and Pathak A C: Transient Thermo elastic Problems of a Circular Plate with Heat Generation, IJEIT vol.3, pp. 361- 367, 2013 . Love A E H: A treatise on the mathematical theory of elasticity, Dover publication, Inc, New York, 1964. . Marchi E and Zgrablich G: Vibration in hollow circular membrane with elastic supports, Bulletin of the Calcutta Mathematical Society, Vol. 22(1), pp. 73-76, 1964. . Nowacki W: The state of stress in thick circular plate due to temperature field. Ball. Sci. Acad. Palon Sci. Tech 5, 1957. . Wankhede P C: On the quasi-static thermal stresses in a circular plate. Indian J. Pure and Application Maths, 13, No. 11, 1273-1277, 1982 . Ganar Ritesh and N. W. Khobragade: Heat transfer and Thermal Stresses of a Thick Circular Plate. IJEIT Volume 4, Issue 8, pp. 203-207, 2015. . Singru, S. S. and Khobragade, N. W: Thermal Stress Analysis of a Thin Rectangular Plate With Internal Heat Source, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, Volume VI, Issue III, pp. 31-33, March 2017 . Singru, S. S and Khobragade, N. W: Thermal Stresses of a Semi-Infinite Rectangular Slab with Internal Heat Generation, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, Volume VI, Issue III, pp. 26-28,March 2017 . Pakade, R. N and Khobragade, N. W: Transient Thermoelastic Problem of Semi- Infinite Circular Beam with Internal Heat Source, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, Volume VI, Issue VI, pp. 47-53, June 2017 . Lamba, N.K, Walde, R. T and Khobragade, N.W: Stress functions in a hollow cylinder under heating and cooling processes, Journal of Statistics and Mathematics. Vol. 3, Issue 3, pp. 118-124, 2012 . Gahane, T. T and Khobragade, N.W: Transient Thermoelastic Problem Of A Semi-infinite Cylinder With Heat Sources, Journal of Statistics and Mathematics, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 87-93, 2012 . Gahane, T. T, Khalsa, L H and Khobragade, N.W (2012): Thermal Stresses in A Thick Circular Plate With Internal Heat Sources, Journal of Statistics and Mathematics, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 94-98, 2012 . Hiranwar Payal C and Khobragade, N.W: Thermoelastic Problem Of A Cylinder With Internal Heat Sources, Journal of Statistics and Mathematics, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 87-93, 2012 . Roy, Himanshu and Khobragade, N.W: Transient Thermoelastic Problem Of An Infinite Rectangular Slab, Int. Journal of Latest Trends in Maths, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 37-43, 2012. . Roy H. S., Bagade S. H. and N. W. Khobragade: Thermal Stresses of a Semi infinite Rectangular Beam, IJEIT vol. 3, Issue 1, pp. 442-445, 2013
Shalu D Barai, M. S. Warbhe and N. W. Khobragade "Inverse Transient Thermoelastic Problem of Semi-Infinite Thick Hollow Cylinder " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.01-06 2017
Electromagnetic aircraft Launch System is integrated system used for launching naval aircraft. To accelerate the aircraft to launch speed; EMALS uses linear motor. At this state, Double sided linear synchronous motor (DSLSM) looks to be a far better as well as an improved alternative owing to higher potency and better power issue, which might plainly scale back the capability of power offer and facilitate the ability electrical converter design. DSLSM is made with long stator coil and short moving permanent magnet rotor. Owing to the specific generation and storage capability supply voltage is restricted to certain limit. This paper describes the basic design of DSLSM using finite Element Method (FEM). .
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- Jagruti Borse Dept. of Electrical, PES Modern College of Engineering, Pune, India
- Neelima Kulkarni Dept. of Electrical, PES Modern College of Engineering, Pune, India
- Arbind Kumar Electrical System Group of R&DE (E), DRDO, Dighi, Pune, India
- Juilee Dhole Dept. of Electrical, PES Modern College of Engineering, Pune, India
. J. Lu, S. Tan, X. Zhang, X. Guan, W. Ma, and S. Song, “Performance analysis of linear induction motor of electromagnetic catapult,” IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 43, no. 6, pp. 2081–2087, 2015. . M. R. Doyle, D. J. Samuel, T. Conway, and R. R. Klimowski, “Electromagnetic aircraft launch system-emals,” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 528–533,1995. . R. R. Bushway, “Electromagnetic aircraft launch system development considerations,” IEEE transactions on magnetics, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 52–54, 2001. . T. Yamaguchi, Y. Kawase, M. Yoshida, Y. Saito, and Y. Ohdachi, “3-d finite element analysis of a linear induction motor,” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 37, no. 5, pp.3668–3671, 2001. . Jacek F. Gieras, Zbigniew J. Piech, Linear Synchronous Motors : transportation andautomation systems, CRC Press, LLC, 2000. . I. Boldea, Linear electric machines, drives, and MAGLEVs handbook. CRC Press, 2013. . A. sawhney and A. Chakrabarti, Course in Electrical Machine Design. Dhanpat Rai, 2010. . N. S. Gokhale, Practical finite element analysis. Finite to infinite, 2008.
Jagruti Borse, Neelima Kulkarni, Arbind Kumar, Juilee Dhole "3D Modeling of Double Sided Linear Synchronous Motor for EMALS" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.07-10 2017
A power plant is used to generate and transmit electricity. There are various kinds of power plants depending on their input. NSPCL is a thermal power plant of Durgapur Steel plant situated in West Bengal. It is a joint venture of NTPC and SAIL, with a capacity of 120MW (2 units of 60MW capacity each.) The plant supplies its entire power to the Durgapur Steel Plant. Being a thermal power plant it uses coal as a major fuel. The heat rate of a power plant is the amount required to produce 1KWHr of power. This value indicates the efficiency of the power plant. It is done by controlling the fuel, in this case coal and the GCV of coal. The higher the heat rate of the power plant the less efficient it is.
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- Arundhatee DebAmity School of Engineering, Amity University, Sector-125, Noida, UP, India
- Tridip DebNSPCL, Durgapur, Bardhhaman, West Bengal, India
. A.Ashokkumar (2012), Improvement of Boiler Efficiency in Thermal Power Plants, Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 12 (12): 1675-1677 . . Aditya Sindhu, Aashish Bhaskar, Arbind Singh (2014), An Analysis of Different Methods for Major Energy Saving In Thermal Power Plant, IJAREEIE www.ijareeie.com . Samir Ansari, Vikash Kumar and Arindam Ghosal(2014), A Review on Power Generation in Thermal Power Plant for Maximum Efficiency, International Journal of Advanced Mechanical Engineering. 4(1): 1-8
Arundhatee Deb and Tridip Deb "A Case Study on Heat Rate of Boiler and Turbine in NSPCL Durgapur" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.11-20 2017
Tuberculosis is the ancient and global disease, which is found worldwide. TB is the infectious bacterial disease which affect both humans and animals due to growth of nodules in the tissues (mainly Lungs).Big data analytics in healthcare is evolving into a promising field for providing insight from very large data sets and improving outcomes while reducing costs..The paper highlights the potential of bigdata to identify contiguous infection and to hypothesize a Data application engine that not only provides mapping between the spread of animal-human tuberculosis but some of the neglected reason about the spread of the disease.
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- Spurthi G S CSE BNM Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Spurthi G S "Big Data Analytics in Bioinformatics" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.21-25 2017
The present work refers to an investigation of the rheological behavior of the pure honey mixed with different percentages of Jaggery. Through this rheological study, it is possible to differentiate pure honey and Jaggery adulterated honey. In this work curves such stress induces with shear rate applied, Flow of samples was examined, all samples shows Newtonian fluid behavior. Due to adulteration moisture content increase and shelf life of honey decreases. This rheological study can be helpful in prediction of adulteration in honey and determination its shelf life. The experiments were accomplished in a PAR PHYSICA MCR Rheometer, with geometry, Cone-Plate and Double Gap Cylinder sensor system.
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- Vishal RohillaUSIC, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India
- Gambheer Singh KathaitUSIC, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India
- Prashant ThapliyalUSIC, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India
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Vishal Rohilla, Gambheer Singh Kathait, Prashant Thapliyal "Use of Rheometeric Instrument for Analysis of Pure Honey and Jaggery Mixture" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.26-27 2017
The WHO committee broadly estimated that about 10% of the world population is disabled. India is now been a home to the world’s largest number of blind people. In an entire world there are 37 million people across the globe who are blind over 15 million are from India. In order to help blind people, Nowadays as our modern technology is developing people use a huge number of data to accomplish their work through wire or wireless network. In order to make easy transmission of data a new technology, Li-Fi has been evolved, where it transmits a data through LED lights in such a way that it is undetectable to human eyes. Li-Fi is a unique technology which is used in progression with WIFI (wireless fidelity) technology.
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- JyothiResearch Scholar, VIT Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India
- Dr. PonnambalamAssociate Professor, VIT Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India
- Praveen Kumar.CStudent, AIET Moodbidri, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
 Gupta Sinku U ” Research on Li-Fi Technology& Comparison of Li-Fi/Wi-Fi” ISSN: 2277 128X ,Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2015.  Jacqueline J.George, Mohammed Hayder Mustafa, Nada Mahjoub Osman, Nuha Hashim Ahmed, Da’ad Mohammed Hamed,” A Survey on Visible Light Communication” Volume 3 Issue 2, February 2014 Page No. 3805-3808.  Nivrutti Dhakane Vikas Nimbalkar , Ravi Ramchandra,” Light-Fidelity: A Reconnaissance of Future Technology” ISSN: 2277 128X, Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2013.  Sarkar Anurag, Dr Nath Asoke,Prof,Agarwal shalabh,” Li-Fi Technology: Data Transmission through Visible Light” ISSN: 2321-7782, Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2015.  R.Karthika, S.Balakrishnan,” Wireless Communication using Li-Fi Technology” SSRG International Journal of Electronics and  Communication Engineering (SSRG-IJECE) ,volume 2 Issue 3 March 2015.  Shetty Ashmita,” A Comparative Study and Analysis on Li-Fi and Wi-Fi” International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887”, Volume 150 – No.6, September 2016.  Syeda Mahin1, Srikanth Kumar V2, Amith Kumar.R3, Sumera Banu.M4, Sukumar.Sv5, International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology ISSN: 2278-9359 (Volume-5, Issue-5)
Jyothi, Dr.Ponnambalam, Praveen Kumar.C "A VLC Enabled Indoor Navigation System for Visually Impaired People" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.28-32 2017
A fuzzy logic controller (FLC)  with fast reference watts generation to correct and regulate unbalance watts in three-phase system is proposed in . We designed an efficient algorithm to regulate the unbalance watts in three-phase system under different conditions of the utility supply. In our simulation test, the Fuzzy Logic control shows consistent excellence under various operating conditions such as different initial control gains, different load levels, and change of transmission network and consecutive disturbances. As a result we theoretically reduce the electricity bill to minimise the watts and voltage usage.
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- Arul Jeya ShaliniPG Department of Mathematics, Women’s Christian College, Chennai– 600 006, India
- C. KarthikaPG Department of Mathematics, Women’s Christian College, Chennai– 600 006, India
. A. Ansari and D. M. Deshpande, “Investigation of performance of 3-phase asnchronous machine under voltage unbalance,” Journal of Theoretical and applied information Technology, Vol. 16, no.1, pp. 21-26. . de Silvia, Intelligent control-fuzzy logic applications, CRC press 1995. . Hadad Kevork and Geza Joos, “A fast algorithm for voltage unbalance compensation and regulation in faulted distribution systems,” Proceeding of the IEEE Conference on Applied Power Electronics and Exposition, pp. 963-969, 1998. . L. Moran, P. Werlinger, J. Dixon and R. Wallace, “A series active power filter which compensates current harmonics and voltage unbalance simultaneously,” Proceeding of the IEEE Conference on Power Electronics Specialists, pp. 222-227, 1995. . Von Jouanne and B. Banerjee, “Assessment of voltage unbalance,” IEEE Trans. Vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 782-790, 2001.
Arul Jeya Shalini, C. Karthika "A Study on Voltage Regulation using Fuzzy Analysis" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.33-35 2017
Health insurance is the emerging service sector in India. India is a growing economy, people in urban and rural areas are now days more educated, health conscious, rise in their living standard and need of quality healthcare leads to need of health Insurance. Health insurance in India are provided by government sector as well as private sector players. After deregulation many private sector Insurance companies entered in the insurance market and offer a wide range of innovative products to the consumers. Liberalization also opened the doors for foreign player to enter in health insurance sector. As a result the scope of Health insurance sector is getting wider. Government of India is also focusing on the improvement of health care and health insurance services .Recent government envisioned health insurance for each citizen. It has planned to cover the medical treatments of the entire population like free drugs, insurance for serious ailments under Universal Health Insurance called National Health Assurance Mission. Growing middle class, educated youth, awareness of need for protection against lifestyle disease, tax benefits are the factors which are giving growth opportunities to health insurance sector to become fastest growing non-life insurance segment. These opportunities are facilitating market players to expand their business and competitiveness in the market. Companies are becoming more customer centric, drive down cost, using new technology etc which are helping them to grow. But there are some structural problems faced by the companies like high claim ratios, less understanding of product, changing need of customers etc. which emphasize companies to innovate products on all fronts. This paper is an attempt to study the present health Insurance scenario, opportunities and challenges of Health Insurance Companies in India.
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- BinnyResearch Scholar, Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana, Ambala, Haryana, India
- Dr. Meenu Gupta Associate Professor, Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana, Haryana, India
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Binny, Dr. Meenu Gupta "Health Insurance in India – Opportunities and Challenges" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.36-43 2017
The coplanar waveguide (CPW) fractal antennas have been given importance in recent days at lower frequencies by considering its advantage of obtaining wider bandwidth. Presently, RF domain is mainly concentrating on design of circularly polarized (CP) antennas for RFID applications as the reader can access the tag information regardless of its polarization. This mainly improves the reading capabilities of RFID reader, which is a major design constraint in whole RFID domain. This project presents the design of a coplanar waveguide (CPW) circularly polarized antenna for the central frequency 900 MHz, it comes in handy for radio frequency identification(RFID) short-range reading applications within the band of 902–928 MHz where the axial ratio of proposed antenna model is less than 3 dB. The proposed design has an axial-ratio bandwidth of 36 MHz (4%) and impedance bandwidth of 256 MHz (28.5%). The proposed design includes monopole a CPW structure concept to provide larger bandwidth at lower frequency 900 MHz, which comes to be an enormous increment typically from 4% to 5% for a general square patch (FR-4) substrate antenna to greater than 20% for CPW monopole structure. It includes fractal antenna concepts to achieve compactness as well as circular polarization.
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- Dr. P.R. Jasmine Jeni Professor,Peri Institute of Technology, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
- T. Janarthan Assistant Professor ,Peri Institute of Technology, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
- K. Kannadasan Assistant Professor,Peri Institute of Technology, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
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Dr. P.R. Jasmine Jeni, T. Janarthan and K. Kannadasan "Design of a Fractal-Based Circularly Polarized UHF RFID Reader Antenna" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.44-48 2017
An attempt has been made in this research work to develop the geopolymer concrete composite using the industrial by-products such as fly ash class-C, GGBFS, PS sand and sintered fly ash aggregates to achieve the required strength. The different combination of fly ash and GGBFS as binding materials were studied in this work. The ambient cured geopolymer concrete was developed to mitigate the carbon footprint in building construction. The density of concrete was in the range of 1740Kg/m3 to 1840Kg/m3. The higher the GGBFS content higher the density. The strength developed in geopolymer concrete after 28 days of curing is in the range of 25 Mpa to 45 Mpa. Hence this Light Weight Geopolymer concrete can be used as structural concrete for buildings.
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- Pradeep H RResearch Scholar, Jain University and Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, AMC Engineering College, Bengaluru - 83, India
- Shashishankar AProfessor and Head, Department of Civil Engineering, AMC Engineering College, Bengaluru - 83, India
- B R NiranjanProfessor, Department of Civil Engineering, UVCE, Bangalore University, Bengaluru - 56, India
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Pradeep H R, Shashishankar A, B R Niranjan "Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using Industrial By-products" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.49-52 2017
The main objective of the research work was to investigate the effect of major drill parameters on the main factors such as delamination factor, thrust force and torque on the quality of drilled hole in GFRP composites. Master plan was generated using Design of Experiments and the graph was plotted to view the response obtained after conducting experimental trails based on the statistical model built by taguchi technique. It was clearly revealed by the graphs that, parameters such as drill diameter and feed rate majorly affect the drilling responses.
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- Veeresh Chandra M S Mechanical Engineering Department SJCIT Chickballapur, India
- Dr. N Chikkanna Department of APT VIAT, Muddenahali Chickballapur, India
. H P Chen, “Transverse shear effects on buckling and post buckling of laminated and delaminated plates”, AIAA Journal, Vol.31   pp. 163-169. . L Torre, J M Kenny and A G Mamalis, “Energy adsorbing behaviour of composites sandwich panels for civil transportation”, In: Proceedings of the 20th Jubilee International SAMPE Europe Conference, 1997 April 13-15; Paris p.457. . C Hwu and J S Hu, “Buckling and Post buckling of Delaminated Composites Sandwich Beams”, AIAA Journal, Vol.30 (7) 1992, pp.1901-1909. . W C Kim, and C K H Dharan, “Facesheet Debonding Criteria for Composite Sandwich Panels under In-Plane Compression”, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol.42 (4) (1992) pp.642-652. . R S Thomson, M Z Shah Khan and A P Mouritz, “Shear properties of a sandwich composites containing defects”, Composite Structures, Vol.42 (1998) pp.107-118. . Abrao A M, Faria P E et al. (2007),. “Drilling of fibre reinforced plastics”, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. 186(1–3), 1–7. . G L Farley, “Crash energy absorbing sub-floor beam structures” Journal of the American Helicopter Society, Vol.32 (4) (1987) pp.28-32. . S Engin, Y Altintas et al. (2000),” Mechanics of routing medium density fibreboard”, Forest Production Journal, Vol. 50(9), 65–69. . D Hull, T W Clyne, 1996, “An Introduction to composite materials”, Second Edition, Cambridge University Press. König.W Ch. Wulf, P. Graß and H. Willerscheid, 1985 A theory of machining of fibre reinforced plastics. CIRP Annals-Manufacturing Technology, Vol. 34, pp 537-548. . K Palanikumar, L Karunamoothy, and R Karthikeyan, 2004, “Optimization of machining parameters for minimum surface roughness in turning of GFRP composites using design of experiment”, Journal of. Material Science Technology, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 373-378.
Veeresh Chandra M S, Dr. N Chikkanna "Study on the Effects of Drill Parameters on the Quality of Drilled Hole in GFRP Composites" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.53-55 2017
Urban environment and its quality are majorly determined by the types and quantity of effective, inclusive and accessible urban open spaces available for its inhabitants. Character of urban open space, offers numerous opportunities as well as benefits while conditioning everyday discourse, public life and civic culture. Rapid and unregulated urbanization is leading to the consumption of public open spaces. Appropriate, relaxing and enjoyable open spaces are required for physical and emotional well-being of inhabitants of an urban area. The paper attempts to draw the focus on the significance and relevance of different types of open spaces affecting urban dwellers' lives. Further, paper deliberates on the development and improvement strategies and design solutions with reference to two case studies.
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- Ar. Triveni AmaranathAssociate Professor, B M S College of Architecture, BMSCE Campus, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Dr. Rama R Subrahmanian Director & Professor, Dayananda Sagar School of Architecture, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Ar. Triveni Amaranath, Dr. Rama R Subrahmanian "Reciprocal Relation between Urban Open Spaces and Urban Community" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.56-62 2017
In emergent Smart Wireless Sensor topologies, transmission range between different nodes is one of the major concerns ensuing clustering to be solution which diminish the power depletion of network. Grouping of sensor nodes is done for, not transferring information with greater power levels to the destination increasing network life time. Obligation of Cluster Heads is in resending information to Base Station and aggregation of entire set of data packet, resulting in solving problem of nearing nodes to Base Station which devours large amount of power for being active for large-some of time to retransmit data to end sink node. In this paper, proposal of the Remaining energy cluster head selection algorithm grounded on ratio of residual energy of every individual node to its original energy along with minimum distance between cluster head and sink node. In order not to decode collided packets at head node, SINR value calculated for every node is compared with a threshold ensuing redeemable of wastage of power in unnecessary decoding. The performance of proposed protocol is compared with one of the popular routing protocol LEACH, in terms of Packet delivery ratio, Energy depletion and Packet drop in reference with time. Network simulator NS2 is used for simulation and plotting.
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- Lavanya. J M.Tech Scholar, Department of Electronics & Communication, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Chandrashekarappa. KAssociate Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
. “Energy conservation in wireless sensor networks: A survey.” Ad Hoc Networks by Giuseppe A, Marco C, Mario D F, Andrea P, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 537-568, May 2009. . “A survey on routing protocols for wireless sensor networks,” Ad Hoc Networks, vol. 3, by K. Akkaya and M. Younis, November 2003. . "Energy-efficient communication protocol for wireless micro sensor networks," W. R. Heinzelman, A. Chandrakasan and H. Balakrishnan, System Sciences, 2000. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference, pp. 10 pp, 2000. . F. Alassery, W. K. M. Ahmed, M. Sarraf and V. Lawrence, "A novel scheme for power saving in wireless sensor networks with packet collision," Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON), 2014 IEEE 15th Annual, Tampa, FL, 2014, pp. 1-4. . I.F. Akyildiz, W.Su,Y.Sankarasubramaniam, E.Cayirci, “Wireless Sensor Network:a Survey,” Computer Networks, December 2000. . Songtao Guo, Cong Wang, Yuanyuan Yang, "Joint Mobile Data Gathering and Energy Provisioning in Wireless Rechargeable Sensor Networks," Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on , vol.13, Dec. 2014. . Jamal N. Al-karaki and Ahmed E. Kamal. “Routing techniques in wireless sensor networks: A survey”. IEEE Wireless Communications, December 2004. . Y. Geng, C. Hong-bing and H. Su-jun, “NHRPA: a novel hierarchical routing protocol algorithm for wireless sensor networks,”. China Universities of Posts and Telecommunications, September 2008. . “An Energy Efficient Level Based Clustering Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks.”, by Meenakshi Diwakar and Sushil Kumar, School of Computer and System Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University, India, April 2012. . “Energy-Efficient Transmission, Reception and Effective Clustering Techniques for Optimal Design of Wireless Sensor Networks,” by Fawaz Alassery, IAENG, October 2016. . “Optimized Routing and Cluster Head Selection Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks,” by V.Manohar Reddy, K.Vijayan, Department of Telecommunication, SRM university. . “A review paper on Energy Efficient secure Routing In Wireless Sensor Network,” by Manoj mehra, Poonam dabas, Department of CE, UIET,KUK, 2015 . “Energy Efficient cluster based routing protocol for wireless sensor networks,” by Sonam palden barfunga, prativa rai, International conference on computer and communication engineering, July 2012. . “Energy-efficient clustering algorithm based on energy variance for wireless sensor networks,” by Rivo S. A. Randriatsiferana, Richard lorion, University of La Reunion, Re union France.
Lavanya. J, Chandrashekarappa. K "Remaining Energy Cluster Head Selection and Leach Analysis of Smart Wireless Sensor Network" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.63-68 2017
The design, synthesis and characterization of suitable mixed ligand around a metal center is important task for effective reaction. A number of mixed ligand complexes of alkali metal salt of o-nitro phenol, 1-nitroso-2-naphthol, 8-hydroxy quinolone and salicylic acid has been synthesized and characterized .IR studies indicate the presence of hydrogen bonding. Ease of complexation as well as the yield has been found to increase with the increase in radius of alkali metal cations. Low value of molar conductivities suggests that the mixed ligand complexes are covalent in nature. The complexes have stimulated intense interest because of their unique molecular architecture and biological properties.
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- RanveerkumarDeptt of Applied Chemistry, CIT, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
- Kalyan SinghDepartment of Chemistry, B.S. College, Lohardaga, Ranchi University-835302, Jharkhand, India
- Bijay S. SinghDeptt of Applied Chemistry, CIT, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
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Ranveerkumar, Kalyan Singh and Bijay S. Singh "Study, Synthesis and Characterisation of Mixed Ligand Complexes of Alkali Metal Salt of Some Organic Acids with 3-Nitro-1,5-O-Tolyl Formazanes" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.69-71 2017
Hadoop is a free software framework utilized for appropriated storage and circulated handling of the exceptionally tremendous measure of information. HDFS is a Hadoop Distributed File System which gives various key components like adaptable, capable and dependable. It gives the information duplication highlight to keep away from the single purpose of disappointment. The MapReduce system is utilized to handle the information and this information will be partition into blocks these blocks will be prepared parallel and each block will be repeated inside the cluster to maintain a strategic distance from the disappointment. The MD5 encryption is used to store the data in encrypted format. These methods are used to upload/download the PHR data.
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- Pratibha SajjadComputer Science and Engineering, CMR Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Manoj ChallaHOD & Associate Professor, Information Science and Engineering, CMR Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Pratibha Sajjad, Manoj Challa "Secure Access to Personal Health Record Data Using Hadoop Framework" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.72-74 2017
Designing the effectual shape of microstrip patch antenna for UHF band and C band is meant in this paper. Artificial neural network is used for optimizing the resonating frequencies of circular microstrip patch antenna. Levengberg-Marquardt(LM) and Quasi-Newton BFG are used in this paper to achieve the different resonating frequencies. Development and implementation of ANN algorithm is finished in matlab. Which convert parameters containing dielectric constant, height of the substrate, radius of the circle to achieve resonating frequencies of antenna. The error and validity analysis of neural network results are execute in matlab. Good accord is their amoung the results available in literature and the results calculated through these algorithms.
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- Gurvinder SinghElectronics and Communication Engineering, Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landra, India
- Rinkesh MittalElectronics and Communication Engineering, Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landra, India
. S. Gao and S.S. Zhong, “Analysis and design of dual polarizedmicrostrip array”,International Journal of RF and Microwave CAE, 9,1999, pp. 42-48. . Umut Ozkayaa, L.S. (2015). “Dimensions Optimization of Micristrip Patch Antenna in X/Ku Band via Artificial Neural Network”. Elsevier, 2520-2526. . A. Shrilakshmi,N.K. (2011). “X Band Printed Microstrip Compact Antenna with Slots in Ground Plane and Patch”. IEEE, Trivandrum . D.Prabhakar, D.P. (2016). “Design and Performance Analysis of Microstrip Antenna using different Ground Plane Techniques for WLAN Application”. MECS, 48-58. . Balani, C. Antenna, Theory and Analysis.(Hoboken: John Wiley & sons, Inc.2005). . Hayat Errifi, A.B. (2015).“Radiation Characteristics Enhancement of Microstrip Triangular Patch Antenna using Several Array Structures”. MECS, 1-17. . Roy, Chandan Sinha, “Design of Slotted Microstrip Patch Antenna with Enhanced Bandwidth in C-Band Applications”, IEEE Electrical, Computer and Communication Technologies Conference Proceedings, 2015. . M.Kotol, A.Prokes, “Estimation the Transmission between Antennas Using Artificial Neural Networks in the UWB Band”, in 2016 Progress In Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), Shanghai, China, 8-11 August. . Chandra, A., A. Prokes, T. Mikulasek, J. Blumenstein, P. Kukolev, T. Zemen, and C.F. Meck-lenbrauker, “Frequency-domain in-vehicle UWB channel modeling”, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, No. 99, 2016. . Amit A. Deshmukh, “Artificial Neural Network Model for Suspended Equilateral Triangular Microstrip Antennas”, 2015 International Conference on Communication, Information & Computing Technology (ICCICT), Mumbai. . Taimoor Khan, A.D.(2015, april 14). “Modeling of Microstrip Antennas Using Neural Networks Techniques” : A Review. Wiley Periodicals, pp. 1-11
Gurvinder Singh, Rinkesh Mittal "Artificial Neural Network Based analysis of Circular Multiband Antenna" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.75-79 2017
Offshore Construction is the installation of the structures and facilities on a marine environment, usually for the production and transmission of electricity, oil, gas and other resources. Offshore structures are being challenged to counteract the depletion of oil resources with the new set of discoveries. By 2010, the increase in drilling platforms induced the demand for offshore structures in deep sea. Hence, the quest on the research and development of the deep-water structures has resulted in the recent advancement and thrust in this area. In the design of buildings onshore, it is influenced mainly by the permanent and operating loads, whereas the design of offshore structures is dominated by environmental loads, especially waves and winds, and the loads arising in the various stages of construction and installation. In this paper, the focus is on wind load, introduction to wind load, its effect on offshore structures, analysis procedure and the design considerations of wind load for offshore structures. A case study of Hurricane Andrew has also been studied.
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- Torna Patil Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon(Bk.), India
- Pratibha Alandkar Professor, Sinhgad College of Engineering,Vadgoan(Bk.), Pune, India
. Kareem A. and Kijewsky T., Analysis and Performance of Offshore Platforms in Hurricanes, Wind Structures, 1999, Vol. 2, pp. 1-23 . Gomathinayagam S., Vendhan C.P., Shanmugasundaram J., Dynamic effects of wind loads on offshore deck structures - A critical evaluation of provisions and practices, J. Wind Eng. Ind. Aerodyn., 2000, pp. 345-367 . API Standard RP-2A, Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing and Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms—Working Stress Design, American Petroleum Institute, Twenty-first Edition, December 2000 . DNV-OS-C101, Design Of Offshore Steel Structures General (LRFD Method), Offshore Standard, Det Norske Veritas, October 2008 . GL-2007 IV-Part 6, Rules for Classification and Construction, Industrial Services, Offshore Technology. . NORSOK Standard N-003e2, Action and Action effects, Norwegian Petroleum Institute, Edition 2, September 2007 . Subrata K. Chakrabarti, Handbook of Offshore Engineering, Offshore Structure Analysis, Inc., . Nallayarasu S., Offshore Structures- Analysis and Design, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
Torna Patil, Pratibha Alandkar "Dynamic Response of Offshore Structures – An Overview" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.80-84 2017
Biodiesel, an alternative diesel fuel derived from vegetable oil, animal fat, or waste vegetable oil (WVO). In this studies animal fat (dead pupae) can be used an alternative fuels for CI engines. The present study was therefore designed to convert the oil in the waste pupae to methyl ester and to evaluate its potential as biodiesel. In this view the properties measurement of biofuels and its blends with diesel were carried. Biofuel selected for the properties measurement is pupae oil. It is added in proportions with pure diesel so as to biodiesel form. The blends of the biodiesel are formed in volume proportions of 10, 15, 17, 20, 23, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 % with commercial diesel. The various physical and the chemical properties of these biodiesel and its blends with diesel were measured. From the measured properties of biodiesel were plotted on volume ratio. Also comparative studies of these properties of the blends are discussed in terms of its suitability as fuel in the CI engine. The main objective of this study is to find the suitability of these biodiesel and its blends as alternative fuel for CI Engine. .
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- Pradeep N RDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davangere, Karnataka, India
- S KumarappaDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davangere, Karnataka, India
- B M KulkarniDepartment of Chemical Engineering, Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davangere, Karnataka, India
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Pradeep N R, S Kumarappa, B M Kulkarni "Characterization and Evaluation of Fuel Properties of Pupae Biodiesel-Diesel Blends" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.85-90 2017
Indian Pharmaceutical industry is the most important industry of the Indian economy. In this paper, cost of capital has been found out using NI approach of capital structure and based on that Economic value added by the firm is found. Impact of EVA and overall cost of capital was found on the share prices of the sample and it was found that firm’s absorption capacity of cost of capital has significant impact on the share prices.
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- Mantrark Mehta Assistant Professor at Shri Chimanbhai Patel Institute of Management and Research, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
. Jawade, A. (2014). Capital Structure and its impact on the profitability:- An empirical study for the Pharmaceutical companies with special reference to their market capitalisation. Abhinav National Monthly Refereed Journal of Research in, 3(6). . Khan.M.Y, J. (n.d.). Fiancial Management ,text,problems and cases. (7th ed.). McGraw hill education (India) Private Ltd. . Kumar S, A. B. (2012). COST ANALYSIS OF FINANCING DECISIONS: A STUDY OF. ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 1(1). . Pandey.I.M. (2010). Financial Management (10th ed.). Vikas Publishing house. . Sharma, P. (2015). CREATING AND MEASURING SHAREHOLDERS’VALUE IN INDIAN COMPANIES. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 13(1). . Annual Reports of all the companies.
Mantrark Mehta "A Study on Impact of EVA, Value of Firm and Cost of Capital as Per NI Approach on the Share Price of Pharmaceutical Industry" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.91-97 2017
Biomass characterization is the primary step to make use them as feedstock in energy conversion technologies. The empty fruits and seeds of Sterculia Foetida tree drop down as waste. Hence, these samples were characterized for proximate content, elemental composition, heating value, thermal behavior and functional groups. Thermogravimetric analysis showed that the active pyrolysis of empty fruit and seed occurred with a mass loss of 59.821% and 51.315% respectively. The empty fruit decomposed in the oxidation atmosphere with a mass loss of 80.20%. Spectroscopic analysis exposed the presence of several organic compounds in the biomass samples. Empty fruit and seed were found to be excellent sources for thermal energy conversion.
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- Vaishnavi NDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry, India-605014
- Pugazhvadivu MDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry, India-605014
. Bhattacharyaa, S. C., Abdul Salama, P., Phama, H. L., Ravindranath, N. H. 2003. Sustainablebiomass production for energy in selected Asian countries. Biomass and bioenergy 25: 471-482. . Elaine Virmond, Rennio, F. De Sena, Waldir Albrecht, Christine, A., Althoff , Regina, F. P. M.Moreira and Humberto, J. José. 2012. Characterization of agroindustrial solid residues asbiofuels and potential application in thermochemical processes. Waste Management 32:1952–1961. . Pimenidou, M., Dupont, V. 2012. Characterisation of palm empty fruit bunch (PEFB) and pinewood bio-oils and kinetics of their thermal degradation. Bioresource Technology109: 198–205. . Siu Hua Chang, 2014. An overview of empty fruit bunch from oil palm as feedstock for bio-oil production. Biomass and Bioenergy 62: 174-181. . Krushna Prasad Shadangi, Kaustubha Mohanty, 2014. Comparison of yield and fuel properties ofthermal and catalytic Mahua seed pyrolytic oil. Fuel, 117: 372-380. . Ong, H. C., Silitonga, A. S., Masjuki, H. H., Mahlia T. M. I., Chong, W. T., Boosroh, M. H.2013. Production and comparative fuel properties of biodiesel from non-edible oils:Jatropha curcas, Sterculia foetida and Ceiba pentandra. Energy Conversion and Management 73: 245–255. . Silitonga, A.S., Ong, H.C., Masjuki, H.H., Mahlia , T.M.I., Chong, Talal, Yusaf, W.T. F. 2013.Production of biodiesel from Sterculia foetida and its process optimization. Fuel 111: 478–484. . Channiwala,S. A., Parikh,P. P., 2002. A unified correlation for estimating HHV of solid, liquid, gaseous fuels. Fuel 81: 1051-1063. . Shuping, Z., Yulong, W., Mingde, Y., Chun, L., Junmao, T., 2010. Pyrolyisis characteristics and kinetics of the marine microalgae Dunaliella tertiolecta using thermogravimetric analyzer, Bioresour. Technol. 101: 359-365. . Jianbiao Chen, Xiaotian Fan, Bo Jiang, Lin Mub, Pikai Yao and Hongchao Yin Xigeng Song,2015. Pyrolysis of oil-plant wastes in a TGA and a fixed-bed reactor: Thermochemical behaviors, kinetics, and products characterization. Bioresource Technology 192: 592–602. . Yang, H., Yan, R., Chen, H., Lee, D.H., Zheng, C., 2007. Characteristics of hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin pyrolysis. Fuel 86: 1781–1788. . Thanasit Wongsiriamnuay, Nakorn Tippayawong , 2010. Thermogravimetric analysis of giantsensitive plants under air atmosphere. Bioresour Technol. 101: 9314–9320. . Mustafa Versan Kok and Emre Özgür, 2013. Thermal analysis and kineticsofbiomasssample.FuelProcessingTechnology 06: 739–743.
Vaishnavi N, Pugazhvadivu M "Studies on the Fuel Characteristics of Empty Fruit and Seed of Sterculia Foetida" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.98-101 2017
This dissertation work focuses on performing vibration analysis to find dynamic stress and defection of the fluidization reactor. Reactor consists of many vertical and horizontal stacks, ladder, platforms etc. It is constitutes complex dynamic system. While design reactor of petrochemical refineries. It is very important to consider vibration characteristics into account. Fluidization systems running at high temperature and pressure close to the natural frequency of the system results in excessive deformation and large stress which leads to catastrophic failure of the system. With a view to this, an effort has been made in carrying out a feasibility study of dynamic behavior like dynamic stresses and displacement of the structure to determine with well-established theoretical method and performing the FEA (Finite Element Analysis. FEA performing when the reactor is operating condition and non-operating condition and conclusion is drawn based on the validation both theoretical and FEA results of dynamic analysis of the reactor.
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- Swetal Patel Mechanical Department,Institute of Technology, Nirma University, S.G Highway, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
- Reena R. TrivediMechanical Department,Institute of Technology, Nirma University, S.G Highway, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
- Bhadresh Jariwala CAD HOUSE 101, Prasam Apt. (H3 Hospital Bldg.) Nr. Ashok Pan House, City Light Rd, Surat, Gujarat 39500, India.
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Swetal Patel, Reena R. Trivedi, Bhadresh Jariwala "Random Vibration and Stress Analysis of Fluidization Reactor System" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.102-111 2017
The gears are used to transmit the motion and power from one shaft to another shaft by physical contact between gear teeth. The bevel gear is used to transmit motion and power between the axis of intersection and the non-intersecting axis. Gears are generally subjected to loads due to these loads, tooth bending stress and contact stress will be developed on the gear tooth. Much research on the action of the gear has confirmed that contact stresses also influence the formation of pits on the surface of the tooth. Gear tooth is the most important element in a gear system and has been focused on the current study. An analysis has been carried out for the three different types of materials used to make the bevel gear. The failure of gears due to contact stress is high compared to bending stress. Stress analysis has been a key area of research to minimize failure of the gear and optimize the design. The study of contact stress developed between the mating gears are very important for the gear design. The current goal is that the finite element analysis of the bevel gear is performed to determine the maximum contact stress by ABAQUS as the solver and also the theoretical maximum contact stress is calculated by the Hertz equation. In this study finite element analysis results were validated with theoretical results. .
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- Praveen Kulkarni PG Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bengaluru, 560103 Karnataka, India
- Hanamant Yaragudri Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bengaluru, 560103 Karnataka, India
- Umar Farooq M A Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bearys Institute of Technology, Manguluru, 574153 Karnataka, India
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Praveen Kulkarni, Hanamant Yaragudri, Umar Farooq M A "Contact Stress Analysis and Optimization of Bevel Gear Pairs by Theoretical and FEA" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.112-121 2017
Mutation Testing is a white-box, unit testing technique widely used for the software quality assurance. This technique athough powerful, but is computationally expensive and this expense has barred mutation testing from becoming a popular software testing technique. However the recent engineering advancements have provided us with a number of ways for reducing the cost of mutation testing. There are a number of factors that are making mutation testing an expensive technique, one is high computational cost involved due to execution of large number of generated mutants, second being the huge amount of human effort involved for checking the output of mutant program with original one and for manually detecting the equivalent mutants. In this paper we have tried to closely review and analyze nature propelled meta-heuristic available techniques like ABC, PSO, PeSO for reducing the cost of mutation testing so that we can come up with a feasible and efficient cost reduction technique in mutation testing.
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- Date of Publication: 01 August 2017
- Jyoti ChaudharyResearch Scholar, UIET, MDU and A.P. TIT&S, Bhiwani, Haryana, India.
- Dr. Mukesh KumarAssociate Professor, TIT&S, Bhiwani, Haryana, India .
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Jyoti Chaudhary, Dr. Mukesh Kumar "Comparing Nature Propelled Meta-Heuristic Mutation Testing Techniques" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.122-128 2017
Iterative decoder implementation for turbo codes is an demanding assignment. Several algorithms have been projected to facilitate the implementation of iterative decoder for turbo codes. This paper examines the implementation of an iterative decoder for turbo codes using the MAX−LOG−MAP algorithm and Fully parallel turbo decoding algorithm (FPTD). Despite the fact that the MAX-LOG-MAP practices turbo encoded bits in a serial forward-backward style, the proposed algorithm functions in a fully-parallel behaviour, processing all bits in both components of the turbo code at the same time. The FPTD algorithm is attuned with all turbo codes, including those of the LTE and WiMAX standards. BER performance among these two algorithms is envisaged.
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- Ashritha.R.ShettyPG Student [DEC], Dept. of ECE, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- C.Y. GopinathAssociate Professor, Dept. of ECE, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India2
- Dr Hemanth Kumar .A.RProfessor, Dept. of ECE, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Ashritha.R.Shetty, C.Y. Gopinath, Dr Hemanth Kumar .A.R "Performance Comparison for Iterative Decoder using Max-Log-Map and Fully Parallel Turbo Decoding Algorithm" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.129-133 2017
In this paper we derive the generating function for the number of ith over Ga partitions when the parts are in AP. we also obtain a formula for the number of the smallest parts of partitions of n.
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- Hanuma Reddy .KDepartment of Mathematics, Hindu College, Guntur, 52202 –A.P, India
- K. JanakammaDepartment of Mathematics, 8th Main, AECS Layout, B, BLOCK, Singsandra, Bangalore, 560114 India
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Hanuma Reddy .K, K. Janakamma "Generating Function for Partitions with Parts in A.P" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.134-139 2017
In the recent development of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, it has made all objects interconnected. We can say that IoT has been recognized as the next technical revolution. To quote few of the applications of Internet of Things, smart parking, smart home, smart city, smart environment in the industrial places and in the irrigation and health monitoring process. One among these applications is the healthcare sector in which the patient health parameters are monitored. Internet of Things can make the medical equipments more efficient by allowing the real time monitoring of patient health, where the specific sensors used, acquire data of the patient. Since this technology sense and transmit the patient health data digitally, so it reduces the manual intervention and thus human errors. In Internet of Things patient's parameters get transmitted through medical devices via a gateway, where it is stored and analyzed. The significant challenges in the implementation of Internet of Things for healthcare applications are monitoring all patients from various places. Thus Internet of Things in the medical field brings out the solution for an effective patient monitoring at lower cost and also reduces the trade-off between patient outcome and disease management. In this paper, emphasized on the design of the system for monitoring patient's heart pulse rate, heart sound count and blood pressure using Raspberry Pi.
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- Anand KubalDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- Chandrashekarappa KDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
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Preliminary assessment can be executed using Rapid Visual Screening i.e. by visual observation notes with standard format sheets having dimensions, physical changes visually seen, photo and basic input to decide for in depth survey using appropriate NDT scheme. Basic environmental features which can affect health of structure should be recorded in addition to other inputs e.g. repair history, reasons for distressed condition if known by interaction with local people. New technologies option in rehabilitation is based on the assessment of the respective structure. Nondestructive testing was performed to evaluate the integrity of damaged concrete structures. Rebound hammer can be used to find hardness of the concrete structure surface, and its strength is related using inbuilt calibration curve in the instrument. The range of properties that can be assessed using non-destructive tests and partially destructive tests is quite large and includes such fundamental parameters as density, elastic modulus and strength as well as surface hardness and surface absorption, and reinforcement location, size and distance from the surface. In some cases it is also possible to check the quality of workmanship and structural integrity by the ability to detect voids, cracking and delamination. For new structures, the principal applications are likely to be for quality control or the resolution of doubts about the quality of materials or construction. The testing of existing structures is usually related to an assessment of structural integrity or adequacy.
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- Mahipal Burdak PhD Scholar, Department of Structural Engineering, MBM Engineering College, JNV University Jodhpur, India
- A K Gupta Professor & Head Department of Structural Engineering, MBM Engineering College, JNV University Jodhpur, India
- S S Sankhla Associate Professor Department of Structural Engineering, MBM Engineering College, JNV University Jodhpur, India
- D K Singhal Project Director, RSRDC Ltd Bikaner, India
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Mahipal Burdak, A K Gupta, S S Sankhla, D K Singhal "Reliability Study of RCC Elements of Sugar Mill" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.145-150 2017
Day by day, our existing fossil fuels are depleting. There is an urgent need to focus and find out the alternative and renewable sources for sustainable environment, which can substitute the petroleum derived fuels. In the past few years, biodiesel has come up as a potential alternative source of energy. Biodiesel feedstocks derived from microalgae have emerged as one of the most promising alternative sources of lipid for use in biodiesel production in India. Second generation microalgal systems have the advantage that they can produce different algal species with different potential for the production of biodiesel, bioethanol, biomethane and biohydrogen. The present paper gives an overview of the potential of microalgae biodiesel in India. The paper discussed about fundamental aspects of various algal species that have been found to have high oil (or lipid) content. In this regard, we have examined the chemical composition and suitability of microalgal oil for synthesis of biodiesel by transesterification reaction. Finally the review research paper covers the approach for making algal biodiesel more economically and competitive with petrodiesel.
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- Puja SinghPh.D., Amity University Haryana, Gurgaon-122001, INDIA
- Alka SinghPh.D. GCRG Group of Institutions, Bakshi Ka Talab, Lucknow-221005, INDIA
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Puja Singh and Alka Singh "A Review Paper: Potential of Microalgae as Source of Biofuel in India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 8, pp.151-156 2017