An image segmentation is the process of partitioning a digital image into multiple segments that share similar attributes like color, to simplify the representation and making it more useful for the analysis and interpretations. Image segmentation is an important image processing step, and it is used everywhere if we want to analyze what is inside the image. Image segmentation, basically provide the meaningful objects of the image. This paper represents the various image segmentation techniques that could be used in the segmentation algorithm. Whenever we work with the image in any application, initial step is to segment the image in order to solve its complexity. The segmentation of images is the basic thing for understanding the images. It is used in the Image processing applications, Computer vision, etc. In this paper, we are emphasizing Edge and Region based segmentation and Watershed transform which further includes their respective techniques.
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- Anuj KumarDepartment of Computer Science & Engineering/Roorkee College of Engineering, Uttarakhand, India
- Dr. Umesh ChandraDepartment of Computer Science & Engineering/Banda University of Agriculture & Technology, Uttar Pradesh, India
. R.Yogamangalam, B.Karthikeyan, Segmentation Techniques Comparison in Image Processing, International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET) . Dilpreet Kaur, Yadwinder Kaur, Various Image Segmentation Techniques: A Review, International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing, Vol.3 Issue.5, May- 2014, pg. 809-814 . Krishna Kant Singh, Akansha Singh, A Study Of Image Segmentation Algorithms For Different Types Of Images, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Vol. 7, Issue 5,September 2010 . Sujata Saini, Komal Arora, A Study Analysis on the Different Image Segmentation Techniques, International Journal of Information & Computation Technology, ISSN 0974-2239 Volume 4, Number 14 (2014), pp. 1445-1452 . Canny, J. F. (1986). A computation approach to edge detectors. IEEETransactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 8,34–43. . RA Al-Zahrani, A El-Zaart ,”SAR Images Segmentation Using Edge Information”,in Computer Engineering and Technology (ICCET),Vol :4,pp: V4-496 - V4-499 on 2010 . HG Kaganami, Z Beiji , “Region based segmentation versus edge detection”,Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing, pp. 1217 - 1221 , 2009 . Y. B. Chen and O. T. -C. Chen, “Image segmentation methodusing thresholds automatically determined from picture contents,”EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing, Article ID140492, 2009, doi:10.1155/2009/140492. . H. G. Kaganami, Z. Beij, “Region Based Detection versus Edge Detection”, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent information hiding and multimedia signal processing, pp. 1217-1221, 2009. . K. K. Singh, A. Singh, “A Study of Image Segmentation Algorithms for Different Types of Images”, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Vol. 7, Issue 5, 2010. . Nikita Sharma, Mahendra Mishra, Manish Shrivastava, “ COLOUR IMAGE SEGMENTATION TECHNIQUES AND ISSUES: AN APPROACH”, International . W. X. Kang, Q. Q. Yang, R. R. Liang, “The Comparative Research on Image Segmentation Algorithms”, IEEE Conference on ETCS, pp. 703-707, 2009 . Y. Chang, X. Li, “Adaptive Image Region Growing”, IEEE Trans. On Image Processing, Vol. 3, No. 6, 1994. . Kongkham Gobindchandra, Santhosh Kumar K.L, Analysis of Image Segmentation Techniques, International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 6, Volume 2 (June 2015)
Anuj Kumar, Dr. Umesh Chandra "Comparative Analysis of Image Segmentation using Edge-Region Based Technique and Watershed Transform" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.01-04 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/01-04.pdf
Automation is a need of era. Today in this present era, automation serves us to preserve time, expense as well as manpower. It is significant to have smooth and effective system for sustain the vehicles cleanliness. Our report concentrates on car washer system using PLC. Our car washer system has three capital processes namely wash, cleansing and drying, Hence the external of the car will be washed by detecting the car on conveyor belt and further controlled by PLC. This project serves us to usage a conveyor belt on which patron stops the car. After that, inductive proximity sensor is used for detected the car, then the conveyor belt begin running. Sensor plays essential role on conveyor belt for car detection. As early as car is sensed functioning of conveyor assembly invokes. After mention delay for all activities to accomplish conveyor get suspend. The main goal of this project is perform external car wash automatically using Programmable Logic Controller. Car washer technique is assembly of different things as scatter solution of detergent, cleansing with water and brushes, & then completing work with forced air-drying fans. Along with PLC we will be accomplish one more technique i.e. IIOT (industrial internet of things). This technology serves us to produce web pages and check the whole system through those webpages. Mainly timers and counters can be controlled through them. We can increase or decrease the delay with the help of these webpages. .
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- Antara Deshmukh U.G. Students, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, RMD Sinhgad School of Engineering,Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Kumari Shikha U.G. Students, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, RMD Sinhgad School of Engineering,Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Tanya Jha U.G. Students, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, RMD Sinhgad School of Engineering,Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Prof. A.R.More Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, RMD Sinhgad School of Engineering,Pune, Maharashtra, India
. “Research on hand washing vs carmatic washing” by International Carwash Association with University of Texas at Arlington, Texas. . Amir Hossein Daei Sorkhabi, Bika Khazini, “Manufacturing of Full Carmatic Carwash Using With Intelligent Control Algorithms” IEEE Vol:7 No:3,2013 . John W. Webb and Ronald A. Reis,” Carmating Manufacturing Systems with PLCs,Hugh Jack Publishing year: 2008 Hardware platform: Allen Bradley . Muhammadali.V.V, Programmable Controller, Principles and Applications”. “Seminar on Carmatic Car Washing System”. . Introduction to PLC controllers Author: Nebojsa Matic Publisher: . Mikroelektronika Publishing year: 2007 . Author: Group of authors, Edited by Luiz Affonso Guedes Programmable Logic Controller Publisher: In the Publishing year: 2010 Hardware platform: Universal . www.wicon.com . www.ieee.com . www.kkeindia.com . www.rockwellcarmation.com . www.indiamart.com/3-brush-programmed car wash-system.html . www.youtube.com/programmed car wash . .Liping Guo, " Design Projects in a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Course in Electrical Engineering Technology", The Technology Interface Journal/Fall 2009
Antara Deshmukh, Kumari Shikha, Tanya Jha, Prof. A.R.More "PLC Based Car Washing System" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.05-08 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/05-08.pdf
CMDS is extensively used in the mechanical and structural design of an aircraft. Material plays a significant role in CMDS in re-distributing stress and there by effecting fatigue life. In the current thesis CMDS with aluminium and carbon fibre material is considered. It is well know that the combination of aluminium and carbon fibre which makes the composite material helps to reduce the weight of the CMDS compared with aluminium or metals. For the considered composite material, the maximum stress distribution of CMDS with the applied various loads (pressure, point load, uniformly distribute load, bending load.) is determined by using mechanical test.The maximum stress at the edges of CMDS which helps to determine stress concentration, fretting damage, crack initiation, crack growth life.
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- Date of Publication: 19 May 2018
- P. NeelimaDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
- B. Meghashyam RajuDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
- MonishaDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
- Arshitha T.CDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
- Likhithkumar.TDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
- Kashinatha.VDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangalore, Karnataka, India
. Generic Model of Aircraft Susceptibility to Radar under Conditions of Electronic Counter Measures, Haifang Song, Mingqing Xiao, Lei Zhang, Jiyang Xiao, Delong Feng, Air Force Engineering University, Xi’an, China. . Radar Electronic Counter-Countermeasures, STEPHEN L. JOHNSTON, Senior Member, IEEE U.S. Army Missile Research and Development Command. . Airborne AESA Radar’s ECCM and Self-defence Jamming Analysis , Zou Shun, Jin Xueming, Li Lu, East China Research Institute of Electronic Engineering Anhui, Hefei, China, 230088 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. . Design of Electric Systems in Jet Fighter Aircraft, G. W. GODFREY. . Carbon Fibre Reinforced Platform For Automotive Electronics, Yuki Uchida, Kiyokazu Yasuda Division of Materials and Manufacturing Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University Osaka, Japan. . Aircraft Detection And Tracking With High Frequency Radar, Rafaat H. Khan',' and Desmond Power' 'Centre for Cold Ocean Resources Engineering 'Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John's, Newfoundland, A1B 3x5, CANADA Tel (709) 737-8354, FAX (709) 737-4706, email email@example.com. . Comparison of artificial neural networks with response surface models in characterizing the impact damage resistance of sandwich airframe structures, Jian Li, Xiuhua Chen and Hai Wang School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Shanghai Jiaotong University Shanghai 200240 China. . Design and Analysis of Honey Comb Structures with Different Cases, Shaik.NazeerShaikAllabakshu, Post Graduate Student andAssistant Professor Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, Nimra Institute of Science & Technology,Vijayawada-521456. . Aircraft Detection and Tracking Using Intelligent Cameras, K. Dimitropoulos, N. Grammalidis, D. Simitopoulos, N. Pavlidou and M. Strintzis, Informatics and Telematics Institute Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Thessaloniki, Greece firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
P. Neelima, B. Meghashyam Raju, Monisha, Arshitha T.C, Likhithkumar.T, Kashinatha.V "Effect of Composite CMDS Structure on Aircraft" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.09-16 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/09-16.pdf
The project is focused towards enhancement of a Compact Submarine for finding submerged bodies. The need of this submarine was that the traditional method of finding the corpse was too time consuming and required more man power for searching thoroughly by diving into the water body.The targeted segments are lakes, ponds, rivers, that are found in areas where the project is suitable for its use. There is a considerable increase in death by drowning and cases of not able to recover the bodies. The project basically aims towards such problem and eases the procedure for finding the corpse.The project aims on using different methods for locating dead bodies. Usage of camera, sonars, actuators, etc. is encouraged for improving the chances of locating the corpse. These components are placed to a constructed ROUV (Remote Operated Underwater Vehicle) for better movement under the water body.
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- Date of Publication: 20 May 2018
- Abin C AbrahamScholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai College of Engineering, Mumbai University, New Panvel, Maharashtra, India
- Anuraj NambiarScholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai College of Engineering, Mumbai University, New Panvel, Maharashtra, India
- Rohit RajanScholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai College of Engineering, Mumbai University, New Panvel, Maharashtra, India
- Samidha SawantScholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Pillai College of Engineering, Mumbai University, New Panvel, Maharashtra, India
- Dr. Gajendra V. PatilAssistant Professor, Pillai College of Engineering, New Panvel, Maharashtra, India
. Krishna Vij, Forensic medicine and Toxicology, Fifth Edition, 612 pages . David J Williams / Anthony J Ansford, Forensic Pathology, published on1996 . [ROV manual, Robert D Christ, Second edition, published on 2007 . Rescue 116: Irish Times - Wed, Mar 22, 2017, 20:47-https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/rescue-116-main-wreckage-identified-in-waters-close-to-blackrock-island-1.3019947 . Daily Mail Online - 11:07 BST, 17 September 2012-https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2204423/Incredible-story-couple-helped-recover-80-BODIES-drowning-victims-using-advanced-sonar-technology.html . Subsea World News - March 13, 2018-https://subseaworldnews.com/2018/03/13/seamor-rolls-out-new-rov/ . Instructables, Building a ROV-https://subseaworldnews.com/2018/03/13/seamor-rolls-out-new-rov/ . Home Build ROV, Converting pump to Motor, copyright © 1998-2009 by Stephen Thone-https://www.homebuiltrovs.com/howtobilgeconversion.html . Utah Underwater Robotics, Consrtuction of ROVhttps://utahrov.org/how-to-build-a-rov/ . Rov Journal, Explore the sea, Issue 01/2014, the magazine of choice and construction of ROV-https://www.rovplanet.com/userfiles/magazin/565ec5b5050af5_59363736.pdf . Seapearch Instruction Manual, Version 2011-12, AUVSI foundation-https://www.rovplanet.com/userfiles/magazin/565ec5b5050af5_59363736.pdf . The ROV manual, 1st edition, published on 9th July 2007-https://www.rovplanet.com/userfiles/magazin/565ec5b5050af5_59363736.pdf
Abin C Abraham, Anuraj Nambiar, Rohit Rajan, Samidha Sawant, Dr. Gajendra V. Patil "Design and Fabrication of Corpse Locating Submarine in Muddy Water" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.17-25 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/17-25.pdf
The speed control of induction motor can be varied by varying input voltage or frequency or both. These variable voltage and frequency are obtained from VSI. A number of PWM techniques are there to obtain variable frequency and voltage but among them Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation is mostly preferable. Major advantage of SVPWM technique is the degree of freedom of space vector placement in a switching cycle which reduces the harmonic contents in voltage and smooth’s the control of induction motor. This paper presents the speed control of VSI fed three phase induction motor by using space vector pulse width modulation technique. For utilization of renewable energy sources, modeling of three-phase inverter is completed by using Space Vector based PWM (SVPWM). The experimental results have Attained THD less than 3% which is within tolerable range. The MATLAB and SIMULINK software is used for simulation and analyses purposes.
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- Date of Publication: 20 May 2018
- Katta.Sarath BhushanElectrical & Electronics Engineering, KKR&KSR Institute of Technology and Science, Andhra Pradesh, India
- G.Raga DivyaElectrical & Electronics Engineering, KKR&KSR Institute of Technology and Science, Andhra Pradesh, India
- J.SupriyaElectrical & Electronics Engineering, KKR&KSR Institute of Technology and Science, Andhra Pradesh, India
- T.ManivyasElectrical & Electronics Engineering, KKR&KSR Institute of Technology and Science, Andhra Pradesh, India
- R. RajeshElectrical & Electronics Engineering, KKR&KSR Institute of Technology and Science, Andhra Pradesh, India
 Kim.J.S., Sul. S.K. “A novel voltage modulation technique of the space vector PWM,” Conf. Proc. IPEC, 1995, pp. 742–747.  Mr. Sandeep N Panchal, Mr. Vishal S Sheth, Mr. Akshay A Pandya “Simulation Analysis of SVPWM Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drives” International Journal of Emerging Trends in Electrical and Electronics (IJETEE) Vol. 2, Issue. 4, April-2013. pp. 18-22 .  Haoran Shi, Wei Xu, Chenghua Fu and Yao Yang. “Research on Three- phase Voltage Type PWM Rectifier System Based on SVPWM Control” Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 5(12): 3364-3371, 2013. pp. 3364-3371.  K. Mounika, B. KiranBabu, “Sinusoidal and Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation for Inverter” International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) - Volume4Issue4- April 2013. pp.1012-1017.  K. Vinoth Kumar, Prawin Angel Michael, Joseph P. John and Dr. S. Suresh Kumar. “Simulation And Comparison Of Spwm And Svpwm Control For Three Phase Inverter” ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences VOL. 5, NO. 7,Inverter” ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences VOL. 5, NO. 7, JULY 2010. pp. 61-74.  Keliang Zhou and Danwei Wang, Member, IEEE “Relationship Between Space-Vector Modulation and Three-Phase Carrier-Based PWM: A Comprehensive Analysis” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, VOL. 49, NO. 1, FEBRUARY 2002.pp. 186-196.
Katta Sarath Bhushan, G.Raga Divya, J.Supriya, T.Manivyas, R. Rajesh "PV Based SVPWM Generator for Three Phase Inverter" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.26-29 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/26-29.pdf
Compact high gain Asymmetric fractal boundary Suspended microstrip antenna is proposed for circular polarization (CP). By replacing the sides of a square patch with asymmetrical poly & circle curves, two orthogonal modes are excited for CP operation. Simulated results show that an good CP is achieved with a single probe feed and fractal edge boundary antenna miniaturization techniques has been used to reduce the size of antenna. Higher Gain and bandwidth is achieved by air suspended techniques with adding parasitic element to edge of radiating patch. The Air gap of suspended asymmetric fractal boundary antenna is optimized to design wideband CP antenna. The antenna has been getting axial ratio bandwidth (< 3 dB) of 10.11%. The proposed antenna exhibits a much wider impedance bandwidth(2.31-2.61GHz) of about 12.5% (S11 < −10 dB) and also yields return loss better than −15 dB in the useful range of circular polarization. It has been found that this antenna offers higher gain & bandwidth with good radiation properties required for Wireless applications. The proposed antenna possesses a high gain of 7.1 dB with the overall size is 74mm*74mm. The experimental and simulated results are good matching except some slight variation
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- Kiran R. Sapkal Electronics and Telecommunication Department, SVERI COE, Pandharpur, Solapur University, Maharashtra, India
- Prof. Mahesh S Mathpati Electronics and Telecommunication Department, SVERI COE, Pandharpur, Solapur University, Maharashtra, India
. Balanis, C. A., Antenna Theory, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2004. . Sharma, P. C., and K. C. Gupta, ‘‘Analysis and Optimized Design of Single Feed Circularly Polarized Microstrip Antennas,’’ IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagation,Vol. AP-31, 1983, pp. 949–955. . C. Wen-Shyang, K.-L. Chum-Kum, and Wong, “Novel compact circularly polarized square microstrip antenna,” IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 340–342, Mar. 2001. . K.-F. Tong and T.-P. Wong, “Circularly polarized U-slot antenna,”IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., vol. 55, no. 8, pp. 2382–2385, Aug. 2007. . A. Ghobadi and M. Dehmollaian, “A printed circularly polarized Y-shaped monopole antenna,” IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett.,Vlog. 11, pp. 22–25, 2012. . J. Anguera, C. Puente, C. Borja, and J. Soler, “Fractal-shaped antennas: A review,” Encycl. RF Microw. Eng., vol. 2, pp. 1620–1635, 2005
Kiran R. Sapkal, Prof. Mahesh S Mathpati "Design & Analysis of Compact High Gain & Wideband Circularly Polarized Microstrip Antenna for WLAN Applications" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.30-34 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/30-34.pdf
Internal marketing is found as a marketing approach internally. Several researchers has been done on internal marketing and found that internal marketing is a solution to provide better service quality by satisfying internal customers marketing mix means organizational policies that satisfy and motivate the internal customers to get success in internal marketing implementation. There are four marketing mix in the traditional marketing are: product, price, place and promotion. Due to importance of services in marketing there is three more marketing mix which are physical evidence, process and participants. These marketing mix are already explained in the traditional marketing literature. Internal marketing is the rising topic and it need to understand with all aspects of marketing. In the internal marketing jobs are treated as products and organization as a market. Various researchers used internal marketing concept and mix in their own way this leads to different process of internal marketing implementation. Marketing is the process of exchange for mutual benefits. External marketing is the exchange between organization and external customers where as internal marketing is the exchange between organization and internal customers. Thus, in the internal marketing mix also we can use same elements of traditional marketing mix. But the difference is in the process of it. Thus, in this research paper all the elements of the internal marketing mix are explained by the usage of conventional marketing mix. This paper gives better understanding of the internal marketing mix and their elements.
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- Dr. Teena MishraAsst. Professor, Patel College of Science and Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Dr. Teena Mishra "Internal Marketing Mix Is Reality Or Myth?" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.35-38 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/35-38.pdf
I. INTRODUCTION Sustainable chemistry is a philosophy of chemical research and engineering that encourages the design of products and processes that minimize the use and generation of hazardous substances. The synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and urea has currently attracted much attention from the angle of sustainable chemistry. The synthetic glycerol carbonate from glycerol and urea has several advantages [1-4]: (a) It utilizes and reduces the undesired CO2 emitted from various sources. (b) The by product glycerol produced during the manufacture of biodiesels is well utilized here. (c) The synthesis produces a value added organic product of glycerol carbonate which has many practical applications. (d) It replaces the current method for production of glycerol carbonate using highly toxic compound such as phosgene. The synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and Urea is one of indirect chemical transformations of CO2 into organic compounds as the urea can be produced from CO2 and ammonia. Scientists have investigated the direct and indirect utilization of CO2 as a feedstock which also includes chemical reactions with urea. Various types of base catalysts have been tested for the synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and urea. This includes inorganic salts such as ZnSO4 and MgSO4 [4-7].These are effective homogeneous catalysts. Heterogeneous catalysts may be more useful for post reaction procedures like easy recovery and reuse of catalysts when compared to homogeneous ones. One of the important glycerol conversions is synthesis of glycerol carbonate. Glycerol carbonate (4–hydroxymethyl–1,3–dioxolan–2–one) is one of the most promising chemical due to its ideal physico chemical properties such as high stability, low toxicity, good biodegradability, high boiling point and low in flammability. Glycerol carbonate has many applications as a solvent in cosmetics, medicine, an intermediate in organic synthesis, in the synthesis of polycarbonates, polyurethanes, glycerol–based polymers, surfactant, production of resins, plastics and pharmaceuticals [8-11].
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- Date of Publication: 22 May 2018
- Reshma Sarode-DolasAISSMS College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
. J. R. O. Gomeza, O. G. J. Aberasturi, B. M. Madurga, A. P. Rodrıguez, C. R. Lopez, L. L. Ibarreta, J. T. Soria, M. C. V. Velasco, Synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate by transesterification: Catalyst screening and reaction optimization, Applied Catalysis A: General, 366 (2009) 315–324. . J. Li, T. Wang, Coupling reaction and azeotropic distillation for the synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate, Chemical Engineering and Processing, 49 (2010) 530–535. . P. J. Seong, B. W. Jeon, M. Lee, D. H. Cho, D. K. Kim, K. S. Jung, S. W. Kim, S. O. Han, Y. H. Kim, C. Park, Enzymatic coproduction of biodiesel and glycerol carbonate from soybean oil and dimethyl carbonate, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 48 (2011) 505–509. . M. Tudorache, A. Negoia, B. Tudora, V. I. Parvulescu, Environmental friendly strategy for biocatalytic conversion of waste glycerol to glycerol carbonate, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 146 (2014) 274– 278. . Z. Ilham, S. Saka, Optimization of supercritical dimethyl carbonate method for biodiesel production, Fuel, 97 (2012) 670–677. . M. Tudorache, A. Negoi, L. Protesescu, V. I. Parvulescu, Biocatalytic alternative for bio-glycerol conversion with alkyl carbonates via a lipase-linked magnetic nano-particles assisted process, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 145 (2014) 120– 125. . J. George, Y. Patel, S. M. Pillai, P. Munshi, Methanol assisted selective formation of 1,2-glycerol carbonate from glyceroland carbon dioxide using nBu2SnO as a catalyst, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 304 (2009) 1–7. . H. Jung, Y. Lee, D. Kim, S. O. Han, S. W. Kim, J. Lee, Y. H. Kim, C. Park, Enzymatic production of glycerol carbonate from by-product after biodiesel manufacturing process, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 51 (2012) 143– 147. . F. S. H. Simanjuntak, T. K. Kim, S. D. Lee, B. S. Ahn, H. S. Kim, H. Lee, CaO-catalyzed synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate: Isolation and characterization of an active Ca species, Applied Catalysis A: General, 401 (2011) 220–225. . L. Zhang, S. Sun, Z. Xin, B. Sheng, Q. Liu, Synthesis and component confirmation of biodiesel from palm oil and dimethyl carbonate catalyzed by immobilized-lipase in solvent-free system, Fuel, 89 (2010) 3960–3965. . P. Lu, H. Wang, K. Hu, Synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate over the extruded CaO-based catalyst, Chemical Engineering Journal, 228 (2013) 147–154. . K. Lanjekar, V. K. Rathod, Utilization of glycerol for the production of glycerol carbonate through greener route, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 1(2013) 1231-1236. . M. Tudorache, A. Negoia, B. Tudora, V. I. Parvulescu, Environmental-friendly strategy for biocatalytic conversion of waste glycerol to glycerol carbonate, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 146 (2014) 274-278. . H. Jung, Y. Lee, D. Kim, S. O. Han, S. W. Kim, J. Lee, Y. H. Kim, C. Park, Enzymatic production of glycerol carbonate from by-product after biodiesel manufacturing process, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 51 (2012) 143– 147 . M. G. Alvareza, A. M. Segarra, S. Contreras, J. E. Sueiras, F. Medina, F. Figueras, Enhanced use of renewable resources: Transesterification of glycerol catalyzed by hydrotalcite-like compounds, Chemical Engineering Journal,161 (2010) 340–345. . S. M. Gade, M. K. Munshi, B. M. Chherawalla, V. H. Rane, A. A. Kelkar, Synthesis of glycidol from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate using ionic liquid as a catalyst, Catalysis Communications, 27 (2012) 184–188. . S. M. Gade, M. K. Munshi, B. M. Chherawalla, V. H. Rane, A. A. Kelkar, Synthesis of glycidol from glycerol and dimethyl carbonate using ionic liquid as a catalyst, Catalysis Communications, 27 (2012) 184–188. . R. Bai, H. Zhang, F. Mei, S. Wang, T. Li, Y. Gu, G. 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Reshma Sarode-Dolas "Manufacturing of Glycerol Carbonate in Aspen Plus" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.39-61 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/39-61.pdf
The prices of building materials are increasing day by day. The main ingredient of concrete is coarse aggregate. Nowadays, many of the researches are researching the material which can reduce the cost of construction as well as increase the cost. In developing countries, the possibility of using some agricultural wastes as well as industrial by-products from different industries as construction materials will be highly desirable and has found to have several practical advantages. It was observed that the coconut shells has a great potential as a partial replacement of the aggregate in the concrete. A large amount of waste coconut shell is generated in India from temples and industries of coconut product and its disposal need to be addressed Researchers have proposed to utilize it as ingredient of concrete. This experimental investigation was aimed to quantify the effects of replacing partially the conventional coarse aggregate by coconut shell to produce concrete. The research work was aimed to observe the effect of such replacement on compressive strength and density of concrete. In this work we determine the strength of concrete by replacing coarse aggregate in 0%, 20%, 30% and 40%.In this investigation mainly we have to promote the green construction.
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- Madhav. K. V Department of Civil Engineering, DMSSVH College of Engineering, Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
- Ramalingachari. P Department of Civil Engineering, DMSSVH College of Engineering, Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
- Abhilash. N Department of Civil Engineering,DMSSVH College of Engineering, Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Madhav. K. V, Ramalingachari. P, Abhilash. N "Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Coconut Shells" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.62-64 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/62-64.pdf
The fast rising digital economy is demanding the importance of existing marketing practices, and an essential revamp of the marketing prospectus consistent with the promising result and business requirements of the 21st century. Companies are crocked with innovative, opportunities and challenges inside this digital era. Digital has become important part of everyday life. All the sectors have been adopting digital marketing at a very faster rate. However other than the website, the pharma industry has not quite been able to adopt digital marketing. Some organizations are trying to understand the true value of digital while others are integrating it into the wider marketing strategy. There are numerous e-commerce websites which are utilizing digital marketing to sell pharmaceutical and healthcare products online in India such as Netmeds.com,1mg.com, Medidart.com, Medplusmart.com and Apollo Pharmacy.in. The paper analyses the impact of Digital Marketing on Online Medicines and Healthcare products sale and to know what influences people to buy medicines and healthcare products online despite the presence of retail pharmacies. This study reveals that Digital marketing has a great future in the present market and Digital direct marketing, Discounts/Offer influences customers to buy medicines and healthcare products online.
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- Date of Publication: 23 May 2018
- Richa MishraAssistant Professor, STEP-HBTI, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh, India
- Gaurav Tripathi PGDM – 2nd STEP-HBTI, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
. Sivasankaran S. “Digital Marketing and Its Impact on Buying Behaviour of Youth” International Journal of Research in Management & Business Studies (IJRMBS 2017) page 35. . Chaffey D, E-business & e-Commerce Management- Strategy, Implementation and Practice Pearson Education, Paris, 2009,page 16. . Deekshith .D* and Kinslin D “A Study on digital marketing and its impact”, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. . Parekh Dhara, Kapupara Pankaj, Shah Ketan ”Digital Pharmaceutical Marketing : A Review” URL. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/297726227_Digital_Pharmaceutical_Marketing_A_Review
Richa Mishra, Gaurav Tripathi "A Study on Impact of Digital Marketing on Online Medicine and Healthcare Products Sales in Uttar Pradesh, India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.65-69 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/65-69.pdf
In designing ALUs, many techniques have been followed. The functional units of an ALU has been realized using conventional transistors and pass transistor gates. In this paper, the design of a 2 bit ALU is done using CMOS technology. The ALU can perform arithmetic operations and logical operations. The design is implemented using 3:8 decoder to select any one of the 8 operations. Designing an ALU which performs addition, subtraction, Logical operations like and, nand , or,nor, xor & xnor and shift operations like left shift and right shift and 2bit multiplier operation using CMOS technology.
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- Sharana Basavaraj BElectronics and Communication, RYMEC, Cantonment Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Renuka SElectronics and Communication, RYMEC, Cantonment Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Kavitha KElectronics and Communication, RYMEC, Cantonment Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Krishna PElectronics and Communication, RYMEC, Cantonment Ballari, Karnataka, India
. Arvind Kumar ,Dept. of Electronics & Communication, UIET, Punjab University, Chandigarh, UT, India march 2012. . Douglas A. Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian, “Basic VLSI Design” PHI 3rd Edition (original Edition – 1994), 2005. . MICROWIND & DSCH V3.1 - LITE USER'S MANUAL by Etienne Sicard,august 2006
Sharana Basavaraj B, Renuka S, Kavitha K, Krishna P "ALU Implementation Using CMOS Technology" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.70-72 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/70-72.pdf
The relationship between the values of local currencies in terms of foreign currencies and export competitiveness of any country is very complex. This relationship will become more complex if there is the heavy dependence on imported resources in the exported products. During last five years Indian rupee has weakened many times and reached to a level of 65.1806 for a dollar in March 2018. Since April 2013, the local currency lost around 18% to the US currency. Indian economy which as of now experienced vast financial and current account deficiency unfavorably influenced by exchange rate pressure. This paper endeavors to investigate the impacts of exchange rate movement in India and its effect on the Indian economy. The conditions which have been made for the economy because of the devaluation of rupee against dollar uncovers that there has been a solid and critical negative effect of this money unpredictability on numerous sectors.
- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- Suhrud S NeurgaonkarHead Academics, MIT School of Telecom Management, Pune, India.
- Dr. Milind S PandeProject Director, MIT School of Telecom Management, Pune, India.
. Ayush Singh, Vinaytosh Mishra, Akhilendra. B.Singh (2016), Impact of Rupee- Dollar Fluctuations on Indian Economy, ResearchGate, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32831.92323. . Anshu Grewal (2013) “Impact of Rupee- Dollar Fluctuations on Indian Economy: Challenges for RBI & Indian Government”, International Journal of Computer Science and Management Studies Vol. 13, Issue 06, August 2013 ISSN: 2231-5268. . Sumanjeet (2007), “Appreciation of the Indian Currency: Implications for the Indian Economy”, World Affairs: The Journal of International Issues, Vol 11, No. 4, winter, pp 52-69. . Coric, B., Pugh, G. (2010). “The Effect of Exchange Rate Variability on International Trade: A Meta-Regression Analysis”, Applied Economics, 42(20), pp. 2631- 2644. . Rakesh D., Dr. J K Raju and Basavangowda K. G. (2016), An Impact of Currency Fluctuations on Indian Stock Market, International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering& Management (IJAIEM), Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2016 [ISSN 2319 - 4847]. . Indian Rupee against US Dollar: Trend for Last five years. Source: www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=USD&to=INR&view=5Y. . The Effects of Currency Fluctuations on The Economy by Investopedia, available at https://www.investopedia.com/articles/forex/080613/effects-currency-fluctuations-economy.asp#ixzz5B8G8FVR5. . Bagella, M., L. Becchetti, and I. Hasan, 2006, “Real Effective Exchange Rate Volatility and Growth: A Framework to Measure Advantages of Flexibility vs. Costs of Volatility,” Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 30. . Exchange Rates - Macroeconomic Effects of Currency Fluctuations available at https://www.tutor2u.net/economics/reference/exchange-rates-macroeconomic-effects-of-currency-fluctuations. . Macroeconomic Effects of Currency Fluctuations available at https://opentextbc.ca/principlesofeconomics/chapter/29-3-macroeconomic-effects-of-exchange-rates/.
Suhrud S Neurgaonkar, Dr. Milind S Pande "The Macroeconomic Effects of Exchange Rate Movement in India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.73-76 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/73-76.pdf
The intent of the paper is to control the pest. Now a day pest control becomes a serious issue because it provides harm not only to crop but also to human. At farm level it is continuously check by a human operator for adhesive traps, disseminated through the field, where insects remain stuck when attracted. This is a time-taking activity, and it would be of great advantage for farmers to have an affordable system doing this task automatically. This paper illustrates a system based on a wireless sensor network that is able to automatically with the help of induction motor and high tension (HT) mesh.
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- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- Dhammadip WasnikP.G. Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur, India
- Hari Kumar NaiduHOD, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur, India
- Pratik GhutkeGuide, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur, India
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Dhammadip Wasnik, Hari Kumar Naidu, Pratik Ghutke "Research Study on Pest Control System" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.77-79 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/77-79.pdf
Agriculture plays important job within the change of horticultural u. s. I India almost 70% of public is dependent upon agriculture and one tertian of one's nation’s money comes beginning at breeding. Issues bearing on culture happen to be at all times hindering the situation of your united states. The handiest way to this person issue is active culture by modernizing the present regular methods of husbandry. Hence the propose aims at designing cultivation quick the use of mechanization and IoT technologies. The delineate face of this person forecast includes crafty GPS primarily based far off regulateled mechanical person to carry out tasks want tear, spraying, precipitation sensing, fowl and critter scaring, harmony vigil, etc. Secondly it includes crafty flooding upon quick keep an eye on and imaginative guilty in keeping with strict actual time handle testimony. Thirdly, resourceful store oversight which incorporates condition care, moisture preservation and break-in exposure inside the store. Controlling of a lot of these operations would be straight any far flung resourceful method or PC connected to Internet and the operations would be carry outed by fuse sensors, Wi-Fi or ZigBee detail, camcorder and actuators upon micro-keep an eye onler and razz pi.
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- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- Harisha M MDept. of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, India
- Rohini S BDept. of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, India
- Sushmitha EDept. of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, India
- Tejas M RDept. of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, India
- Abhilash C NAssociate Professor, Dept. of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, India
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Harisha M M, Rohini S B, Sushmitha E, Tejas M R, Abhilash C N "IoT Based Smart Agriculture" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.80-86 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/80-86.pdf
The environmental conditions monitoring and control’s ability is crucial and demands a good level of research in fields ranging from the change in climatic conditions in agriculture and zoology. According to world’s agricultural produce survey, chicken is among the most favorite produce, since it is a nutrient rich food providing high protein, low fat, low cholesterol, and low energy than other kinds of poultries. From last few years worldwide, there has been an increased level of awareness regarding the safety of food products like chickens and there has been a high demand for good quality and quantity chicken food. This research focuses on the integration of wireless sensors and mobile network with a well known sensors integration platform using remote sensing. System initiates the action automatically to control the environmental parameters such as humidity, temperature, ammonia gas (NH3) then, the control will be based on the set threshold value when there is a sudden change in climate. The proposed solution will decrease the environmental diseases affecting chicken and increase the productivity and eliminate a lot of manpower who can make some human errors. The method can care also about the data analysis.
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- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- Eric HitimanaPhD Student ACEIoT, Department of Computer and Software Engineering,University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
- Gaurav Bajpai Department of Computer and Software Engineering,University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
- Richard Musabe Department of Computer and Software Engineering,University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
- Louis Sibomana Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
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Eric Hitimana, Gaurav Bajpai, Richard Musabe, Louis Sibomana "Remote Monitoring and Control of Poultry Farm using IoT Techniques " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.87-90 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/87-90.pdf
A mobile agent is an independent software entity that acts on behalf of its owner or user with the ability of moving from one node to another. They are goal oriented i.e they work autonomously towards a goal and can suspend their action on one platform and they can resume it on another platform. But when they roam from one platform to other they have face some major security threats. In this paper I mainly review the security objectives, threats and some approaches by which we can achieve security in mobile agent’s paradigm.
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- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- Shilpi GuptaMeerut Institute of Technology, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India
. Time Limited Blackbox Security: Protecting MobileAgents From Malicious Hosts1Fritz HohlInstitute of Parallel and Distributed High-Performance Systems (IPVR),University of Stuttgart, Germany . Cryptography Based Hybrid Security Architecture for Mobile Multi Agents . Dadhich, P., Dutta, K., Govil, M. C. (2010) 'Security Issues in Mobile Agents', International Journal of Computer Applications, 11(4), pp. 1-7. . Ahmed, T.M. (2013) 'Protect Mobile Agent Against Malicious Host Using Partial-Mobility Mechanism', International Journal in Foundations of Computer Science & Technology (IJFCST), 3(6), pp. 41-52. . Singh, D., Thakur, A., Gupta, D. (2015) 'A Review of Mobile Agent Security', International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, 5(2), pp. 188-190. . Priyanka Dadhich, Dr. Kamlesh Dutta, Prof. (Dr.) M.C.Govil, Security Issues in Mobile Agents, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887), Volume 11– No.4, December 2010 . Wayne Jansen,Tom Karygiannis, NIST Special publication 800-19 – Mobile agent security . D’Agents: Applications and Performance of a Mobile-Agent System Robert S. Gray, George Cybenko, David Kotz, Ronald A. Peterson and Daniela Rus Thayer School of Engineering / Department of Computer Science Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 . Agent Tcl: Aexible and secure mobile-agent system Hanover, New Hampshire 30 June 1997 . G. Cabri, L. Leonardi, F. Zambonelli, Mobile agent technology: Current trends and perspectivesG. Cabri, L. Leonardi, F. Zambonelli1 . J. E. White, “Telescript Technology: the foundation for the electronic marketplace”, White Paper, General Magic, Inc, 1994. . General Magic Odissey Page, https://www.genmagic.com/agents/odyssey.html . Varsha Kumari, Preeti Rajput, Sandhya Pundir, M. Q. Rafiq, Web crawler based on secure mobile agent, Research Journal of Computer Systems Engineering RJCSE, Vol 03,Issue 03; July 2012
Shilpi Gupta "Need of Securing Mobile Agents" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.91-93 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/91-93.pdf
Pellet samples of sodium-potassium tantalate (Na1-xKxTaO3) mixed system (for x = 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.5, 1) compositions were prepared using solid state reaction method. Samples were prepared by pressing the calcined mixture at +0.2 MPa and sintered in a tube furnace opened at both ends. Prepared samples were characterized by x-ray diffraction (XRD) and energy dispersive x-ray analysis (EDAX) method. In the XRD patterns, shifting of most intense peaks, to lower angle was observed with increasing x value in the prepared compositions; except for x = 0.5, where a break in the peak shifting pattern was observed. Lattice parameters and crystallite size for different compositions were calculated from the XRD data. EDAX results show marked sodium escaping from the prepared samples. Frequency and x dependence of dielectric constant, loss tangent and dielectric conductivity have been studied in the frequency range from 0.01 MHz to 10 MHz, at room temperature. With increasing frequency dielectric constant and loss tangent were found decreasing, which indicate relaxational behaviour of this system. Dielectric constant was observed decreased for the compositions with x = 0.2 and 0.5 with respect to their nearby x, showing morphotropic phase transitions in these regions; however, loss tangent and dielectric conductivity were observed decreased only for x = 0.5 composition.
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- Date of Publication: 25 May 2018
- V. Lingwal Department of Physics, Pt. L.M.S. Government PG College Rishikesh, Dehradun, India
- A. S. Kandari Department of Physics, Government PG College New Tehri, India
- N. S. PanwarUniversity Science Instrumentation Center, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal), India
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V. Lingwal, A. S. Kandari, N. S. Panwar "Dielectric Properties of Potassium Doped Sodium Tantalate Ceramic" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.94-99 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/94-99.pdf
Breast Cancer is one of the deadly cancer types in our life. The early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer increase the chance of successful medical intervention. There is a number of breast cancer screening methods, with each having its own pros and cons. Thermography breast cancer screening is characterized by its painless, non-ionizing, non-invasiveness and non-contact application, which make it a potential target for research and development. Thermography has recently gained an increased interest due to emerged image processing and classification technology. Thus, this paper presents a review of the recent trends or advances in thermography for breast cancer detection.
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- Date of Publication: 26 May 2018
- Hushang JawzalSoftware Engineering Department, College of Technology, Fırat University, Elazığ, Turkey
- Sami EkiciEnergy Systems Engineering Department College of Technology, Fırat University, Elazığ, Turkey
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Hushang Jawzal, Sami Ekici "Trends in Breast Cancer Screening Using Thermography: A Review" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.100-104 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/100-104.pdf
Knowledge management is an emerging discipline that promises to capitalize on organizations’ intellectual capital. This systematic review identifies empirical studies of knowledge management initiatives in software project management. If we apply KM in nutshell of SPM, create a knowledge repository which can be used at different level in the organization. It also shows most of the knowledge repositories are tangible. Tangible knowledge repositories can be easily and effectively managed by organization. This Tangible knowledge repository becomes intellectual capital to the organization. A software organization’s main asset is its intellectual capital. The Model of frame work would help business managers to effectively use this knowledge repository to achieve business goals, to speed up business process and to avoid risk in the business.
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- Date of Publication: 26 May 2018
- Kavita DhakadAssistant Professor, Indira College of Commerce and Science, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Dr. Rashmi Hebalkar Research Guide, TMV, Pune, Maharashtra, India
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Kavita Dhakad, Dr. Rashmi Hebalkar "Knowledge Repository Framework: Organisational Learning Accumulated in the Software Project Management" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.105-108 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/105-108.pdf
In recent years, many researches may be done work to make superior quality composite material with different types of natural fiber and other synthetic fibers. All countries have challenges like pollution, global warming, limited energy resources, easy recycles and other etc. Various processing methods and conditions; compression moulding process, injection moulding and extrusion methods are used in composite productions. Characterization challenges associated with agro waste plastic composites productions were also examined. Then finding the research review can be used as a data base into the agro waste plastic composites to development in this sector (Abba et al. 2013). The wheat straw/ polyester composites were made as per the hand layup procedure. Four weight fractions of wheat straw 2%, 4%, 6% and 8% chosen. The specimens are then tested in three point bend configuration in accordance with ASTMD 790-07 at a span of depth ratio of 16.When voids exist, flexural modulus decreases with the addition of straw fiber then finding better processing techniques to reduce voids are needed.
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- Date of Publication: 26 May 2018
- Er. Vikas KumarM.TECH, Mechanical Department, Continental Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalvehra, Punjab, India
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Er. Vikas Kumar "To Analyse the Mechanical Properties of Split Wheat Straw with Fresh/ Recycled High Density Polyethylene Based Polymer Composites" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.109-112 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/109-112.pdf
Retaining the talented workforce is the great challenge faced by the corporate today. Employees are available with plenty of opportunities and they are ready to quit the organization even for a small reason. However finding a right person and making him fit to the organization is a cost consuming issue to the organization. So they want to retain the talented force by all means. This study is explains that emotional intelligence of employee can be used a way to retaining them. This examines the relationship between emotional intelligence and the frequency of changing the organization.
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- Date of Publication: 26 May 2018
- Dr. B. N. SivakumarProfessor, Adhiyamaan Engineering College, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India
- A. ChitraResearch Scholar, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
. Beadles, N. A. II, Lowery, C. M., Petty, M. M., & Ezell, H. (2000) “An Examination of the Relationships between Turnover Functionality, Turnover Frequency, and Organizational Performance”, Journal of Business and Psychology, No.15, pp.331–387. . Cascio W F (2003), Managing Human Resources, McGraw-Hill, New York . Cho, S., Woods, R., Jang, S. and Erdem, M. (2006), “Measuring the impact of human resource management practices on hospitality firms’ performances”, International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 262-77. . Goleman, D. (1995). Emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books . Goleman, D. (1998). Working with Emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books . Gonul Kaya Ozba, Gokçe Çiçek Ceyhun (2013) Does Job Satisfaction Mediate The Relationship Between WorkFamily Conflict And Turnover? A Study of Turkish Marine Pilots, Procedia - Social and 41. Harkins, P. J. (1998). Why employees stay – or go. Workforce, 77(10), 74-78. . Herzberg, F. (1966). Work and the nature of man. New York: World Publishing. . Jess Scott (2014) "How to Let Go of Negative Thoughts and Emotions,” Preston C. . Jordan, Peter J. and Troth, Ashlea (2011) “Emotional intelligence and leader member exchange: The relationship with employee turnover intentions and job satisfaction”, Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Vol. 32 No. 3, pp. 260-280. . K.S. Law, C.Wong, & L.J. Song, “The construct and criterion validity of emotional intelligence and its potential utility for management studies,” Journal of Applied Psychology, vol.89, pp.483–496, 2004. . Lee, J., & Ok, C. (2012). Reducing burnout and enhancing job satisfaction: Critical role of hotel employees’ emotional intelligence and emotional labor. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 31, 1101–1112. . Mendonsa, R.(1998). Keeping who you want to keep: Retaining the best people. Supervision, 59, 10-12. . Middlebrook, J.F.(1999). brain drain: How to lock in talent. Human Resource Focus,76 (3), 9-10. . Ni.P.30-34Behavioral Sciences 140 ( 2014 ) 643 – 649. . Olivier Serrat, "Understanding and Developing Emotional Intelligence," Knowledge Solutions, pp. 49-58, June 2009. . P.E. Spector, S. Fox, P.T. Van Katwyk, “The role of negative affectivity in employee reactions to jobs: Nuisance effect or substantive effect?” Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 72, pp.205–218, 1999. . R.P. Tett, J.P. Meyer, “Job satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intention, and turnover: Path analyses based on meta-analytic findings,” Personnel Psychology, 46, pp. 259–293, 1993. . Salovey, P. and Mayer, J. D. (1990) “Emotional intelligence. Imagination”, Cognitions and Personality, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 185-211 . Smith, P. C., Kendall, L. M., &Hulin, C. L. (1969). The measurement of satisfaction in work and retirement. Chicago: Rand McNally
Dr. B. N. Sivakumar, A. Chitra "Emotional Intelligence and Employee Retention- A Relationship Study on Employee’s of SAIL Refractory Ltd." International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.113-115 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/113-115.pdf
The major aspect of the study is to find out the consumer behavior towards organized & unorganized retail sector .The tool used to collect the data from respondents is questionnaire method. The study show the weak factor for organized are the fast service, home delivery, location and relationship factors also meat quality is not good as per the respondents. These factors are to be taken care of for the growth in business. The strong factors for organized sector are discounted price, offers, variety, one stop solution, service ,ambience and parking .these factors are attracting the customers also making huge preference and the store cleanliness is very good, very good regular prices, quality of product, bakery products ,milk products are also of very good quality.
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- Date of Publication: 26 May 2018
- Amol V NarayaneAssistant Professor, MBA Department, DMIETR, RTMNU, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
. Ms.R.Lavanya,Jan-Feb 2016,A study on “consumer behaviour in organized and unorganized retail outlet” at theni district- a comparative analysis ,Journal of Commerce,Business and Management (IJCBM), ISSN: 2319–2828 Vol. 5, No.1 . Prof. Kalpana Singh,April 2014,Retail Sector in India: Present Scenario, Emerging Opportunities and Challenges,IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM)Volume 16, Issue 4,e-ISSN: 2278-487X, p-ISSN: 2319-7668 . ShaileshPandey, Dr. Vipin Chand Rai,April-2014, Consumer Behavior towards Retail Outlets in India.Journal of Engineering and Management Research ,Volume-4, Issue-2 ISSN No.: 2250-0758 . Dr. Rajesh c. Jampala,Mr. M.Dhaduryanaik,July 2016,Astudy on retail service quality in orgnised retailing.international journal of multidisciplinary advanced research trends,ISSN : 2349-7408 volume II, issue 2(1) . Meena Rajesh,Challenges and Opportunities Faced by Organized Retail Players in Nagpur City.Twelfth AIMS International Conference on Management ,ISBN: 978-81-924713-8-9 Books: . Philip Kotler Kevin Lane Keller Abraham Koshhy, Mithileser Jha (2011),“Marketing Management”, 13th edn, Anorak publication, New Delhi
Amol V Narayane "Comparative Study of Organized & Unorganized Retail Sector of Nagpur Region" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.116-120 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/116-120.pdf
Outside those doors - professionals, doctors, engineers, business man, politicians - all poor, rich and powerful who are distinguished in the world are uncomfortable with the international pressure and problem satisfaction not delivered? Why? Aiming at the material and mental satisfaction in one’s life, the man’s who are distinguished above exhibit similar and dissimilar patterns of behavior. They have their own set of needs, drives, goals and experiences. Huge money packs, job anxiety, queues for promotion, stock market, finances, family and other incentives are the main concerns that today men and women for not being satisfied? Then how do we gauge our level of satisfaction? Hence the article throws light on why our body rings alarm bells whenever something is not right. This is because Satisfaction not delivered?
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- Date of Publication: 28 May 2018
- Shyam B RAssociate Professor, DOS in Business Administration, Maharaja Institute of Technology Mysore, Karnataka, India
- Dr. N K Ramachandra GowdaRt. Professor, Karnataka, India
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Shyam B R, Dr. N K Ramachandra Gowda "Satisfaction Not Delivered: Need vs Greed….! Why? With Reference to Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.121-123 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/121-123.pdf
Searching is one of the major task in today’s internet. Many Search Engines are designed to enable this searching process. The search results are based on the word or phrase given for searching. The results have the content matching the pattern or phrases of the search input. But, today the world demands for a better search results, which is given by the new searching mechanism called the Wildcard Searching Technique. The Wildcard search is a technique which matches the entire character rather than only a normal string. The Wildcard Searchable Encryption Technique provides confidentiality and privacy of data. At present Paillier Homomorphic encryption has been used for wildcard search. Some disadvantages have been analyzed in its performance level like key size and its encrypted file size. In this paper, we proposed to implement RSA Algorithm, so as to increase the efficiency and performance of wildcard search.
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- Date of Publication: 28 May 2018
- S.Thanga RevathiAssistant Professor, Dept of IT, MNMJEC, Chennai, India
- A.Kowsalya Student, Dept of IT, MNMJEC, Chennai, India
- R.Ramya Student, Dept of IT, MNMJEC, Chennai, India
- R.Revathi Student, Dept of IT, MNMJEC, Chennai, India
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S.Thanga Revathi, A.Kowsalya, R.Ramya, R.Revathi "Wildcard Encryption System Using RSA Algorithm with K2C" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.124-129 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/124-129.pdf
To understand the health of rotating machineries one of the method used is vibration analysis. Perfectly balanced rotating machineries do not vibrate when running. They vibrate when they are not well-balanced. A breakdown may also occur when they are unbalanced. Hence vibration monitoring and gathering the data can give vital information on the health of the machine. Real-time monitoring of the vibration signal is required to prevent the machine from any kind of breakdown. This kind of analysis requires prior knowledge and data of the machine or the parts under consideration. This paper explains how breakdowns can be predicted using only the vibration data of a machine, whose structural data or parameters are not available. Proposed here is a complete system including hardware with a vibration sensor, to acquire data and a software that not only visualises the vibration in real time, but also can predict the crash and takes action like switching off the machine or alerting the user about it. Here, frequency analysis and simple time domain analysis of the vibration data of a recorded breakdown event is used to predict further breakdowns.
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- Date of Publication: 28 May 2018
- Vikram B BaligaDepartment of ECE, MIT, Mysore, Karnataka, India
- Mahesh RaoDepartment of ECE, MIT, Mysore, Karnataka, India
. An Overview on Vibration Analysis Techniques for the Diagnosis of Rolling Element Bearing Faults, ShyamPatidar, Pradeep Kumar Soni, IJETT, May 2013 . Faults Detection and Failures Prediction Using Vibration Analysis Tristan Plante, AshkanNejadpak, and Cai Xia Yang, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. . Automatic Bearing Fault Pattern Recognition using Vibration Signal Analysis, E. Mendel, et al, Federal University of Esp´ırito Santo. . Statistical analysis of vibration signals for condition monitoring of defects in rolling element bearings, Almeida, Fabiano Ribeiro do Vale, International Congress of Mechanical Engineering, 2005. . Fault detection and prediction with application to rotating machinery Gary R. Halligan, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2009. . Wavelet based compression and feature selection for vibration analysis, W. J. Stazewski, Journal of Sound and Vibration ,1998. . Wavelet Packet Feature Extraction for Vibration Monitoring Gary G. Yen, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, 2000. . Vibration based fault diagnosis of monoblock centrifugal pump using decision tree N.R. Sakthivel , V. Sugumaran , S. Babudevasenapati 13 . Centrifugal Pump Impeller Crack Detection Using Vibration Analysis Waleed Abdulkarem, RajakannuAmuthakkannan, and Khalid F. Al-Raheem, International Conference on Research in Science, Engineering and Technology,2014. . Fault detection in a centrifugal pump using vibration and motor current signature analysis, Kumar Pradhan, Prasanta, International Journal of Automation and Control,2012. . Vibration Signature Analysis for Rotor Broken Bar Diagnosis in Double Cage Induction Motor Drives, Y. Gritli, A. O. Di Tommaso.International Conference on Power Engineering, Energy and Electrical Drives,2013. . Damage diagnosis using time series analysis of vibration signals, Hoon Sohn and Charles R Farrar, INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING,2001 . Vibration-based damage detection using time series analysis t. Kuroiwa 1 and h. Iemura, World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, 2008, . Analysis of the Response of a Strongly Nonlinear Damped System using a Differential Transformation Technique, Ming-Jyi Jang, National Cheng-Kung University Tainan, Taiwan. . Application of the differential transformation method to vibration analysis of pipes conveying fluid, Q. Ni, Z.L. Zhang , L. WanG, Applied Mathematics and Computation, SeienceDirect,2011. . Application of differential transformation technique to free vibration analysis of a centrifugally stiffened beam C. Mei, ELSEVIER, Computers and structures, 2008. . Vibration Signature analysis of Centrifugal Pump through Pattern Recognition System, Biruduganti Rahul. IJERIT, 2014. . DENFIS: Dynamic Evolving Neural-Fuzzy Inference System and Its Application for Time-Series Prediction Nikola K. Kasabov, Senior Member, IEEE, and Qun Song, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS,2002. . Feature extraction based on morlet wavelet and its application for mechanical fault diagnosis, Jing Lin and Liang sheng Qu, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2000. . Non-linear system vibration analysis using Hilbert transform, Michael Feldman, Mechanical Systems and signal processing, Israel Institute of Technology, 1994. . Residual Life Predictions From Vibration-Based Degradation Signals: A Neural Network Approach, NagiGebraeel, Mark Lawley, Member, IEEE, R. Liu, and Vijay Parmeshwaran, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, VOL. 51, NO. 3, JUNE 2004. . Vibration-Based Signal Analysis for Shearer Cutting Status Recognition Based on Local Mean Decomposition and Fuzzy C-Means Clustering, Lei Si, Zhongbin Wang, Chao Tan, and Xinhua Liu, Applied Sciences, MDPI, 2017. . Vibration Based Condition Monitoring: A Review E. Peter Carden and Paul Fanning, Structural Health Monitoring, Sage Publications, Vol 3(4): 0355–377, 2004. . Vibration-Based Condition Monitoring, Y. Wu et al., Vibration of Hydraulic Machinery, Mechanisms and Machine Science 11, Springer Science Business Media Dordrecht, 2013. . VIBRATION OF CRACKED STRUCTURES: A STATE OF THE ART REVIEW ANDREW D. DIMAROGONAS, Engineering Fracture Mechanics Vol. 55, No. 5, pp. 831-857, Elsevier Science, 1996.
Vikram B Baliga, Mahesh Rao "Vibration Based Breakdown Prediction for High Speed Centrifuge Systems" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.130-135 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/130-135.pdf
In 5G networks where Internet of Things (IoT) is a key player, low cost security is inevitable. Physical Layer Security (PLS) stems as an important and effective solution.PLS signifies the attempt to achieve information-theoretic security in digital communication system by exploiting the randomness in the transmission media. Investigate the inherent high secrecy capacity of UDN which plays a key role in providing highly secured connectivity. Provides a guaranteed average secrecy rate in the case of active eavesdropping while in the case of passive eavesdropping it provides statistical characterization of the performance of secrecy communication in UDN. Specifically, one can gain insights of how the secrecy performance in UDN scales with the density of various network nodes, namely the legitimate user, the eavesdropper and the BSs.
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- Date of Publication: 28 May 2018
- J. Roselin SuganthiME, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, K. Ramakrishnan College of Engineering, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India
. M. Kamel, W. Hamouda, and A. Youssef, “Ultra-dense networks: A survey,”IEEE Commun. Surveys Tuts., vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 2522–2545, 4thQuart., 2016. . A. Mukherjee, S. A. A. Fakoorian, J. Huang, and A. L. Swindlehurst, “Principles of physical layer security in multiuser wireless networks: A survey,” IEEE Commun. Surveys Tuts., vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 1550–1573,3rd Quart., 2014. . J. Barros and M. R. D. Rodrigues, “Secrecy capacity of wireless channels, ”in Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. Inf. Theory, Seattle, WA, USA, Jul. 2006, pp. 356–360. . N. Yang et al., “Safeguarding 5G wireless communication networks using physical layer security,” IEEE Commun. Mag., vol. 53, no. 4 pp. 20–27, Apr. 2015. . H.-M. Wang, T.-X. Zheng, J. Yuan, D. Towsley, and M. H. Lee, “Physical layer security in heterogeneous cellular networks,” IEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 64, no. 3, pp. 1204–1219, Mar. 2016. . H. Wu, X. Tao, N. Li, and J. Xu, “Secrecy outage probability in multi-RAT heterogeneous networks,” IEEE Commun. Lett., vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 53–56, Jan. 2016. . Y. J. Tolossa, S. Vuppala, and G. Abreu, “Secrecy-rate analysis in multi tier heterogeneous networks under generalized fading model,” IEEE Internet Things J., vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 101–110, Feb. 2017. . J. Wang, J. Lee, and T. Q. S. Quek, “Optimal cooperative range of distributed transmitters for communications secrecy,” in Proc. IEEE 17th Int. Workshop Signal Process. Adv. Wireless Commun. (SPAWC), Edinburgh, U.K., Jul. 2016, pp. 1–5. . L. Wang, “Physical layer security in wireless networks: Design and enhancement,” Ph.D. dissertation, Dept. Electron. Eng., Queen Mary Univ. at London, London, U.K., 2015. . M. D. Renzo, A. Guidotti, and G. E. Corazza, “Average rate of downlink heterogeneous cellular networks over generalized fading channels: A stochastic geometry approach,” IEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 61, no. 7, pp. 3050–3071, Jul. 2013. . K. A. Hamdi, “A useful lemma for capacity analysis of fading interference channels,” IEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 411–416, Feb. 2010.
J. Roselin Suganthi "Efficient Channel Utilisation in Ultra Dense Networks " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.136-138 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/136-138.pdf
Optimization is a process or a methodology of making something a fully functional, perfect, effective as possible. In product design optimization of the design is the most economical and creating efficient design. By using product models either by hand or through several different software programs optimal product can be done. In this paper a Direct Laser Deposition (DLD) method is applied to create shot sleeve prototype. A laser beam is used to fuse metal powder onto a substrate in the form of many layers and the part is gradually fabricated to near net-shape. The shot sleeves used in aluminium die casting produced by laser deposition method is optimized. Shot sleeves are critical elements for aluminium die casting through which the molten medium is transferred into the die. H13 Tool steel is used as the deposit material and the 316L stainless steel as the substrate material. The micro structural properties like the knoop hardness, dendrite size, secondary dendrite arm spacing (SDAS) ASTM grain size, the build rate and the porosity are used as the evaluation criteria. The experiment is conducted in random order and the analysis are obtained by minitab software.
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- Date of Publication: 31 May 2018
- Bibin Babu PG Research Scholar Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India
- M. Muthukumaran Supervisor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India
. El Cheikh, H.; Courant, B.; Hascoet, J.; Guillen, R., (2012) Prediction and analytical description of the single laser track geometry in direct laser fabrication from process parameters and energy balance reasoning, Journal of Materials Process Technology, 212, 1832–1839. . Gao, R.; Wang, L.; Teti, R.; Dornfeld, D.; Kumara, S.; Mori, M.; Helu, M. (2015) Cloud-enabled Prognosis for Manufacturing, CIRP Ann. Manufacturing Technology, 64, 749–772. . Riveiro, A.; Mejías, A.; Lusquiños, F.; del Val, J.; Comesaña, R.; Pardo, J.; Pou, J, (2014) Laser cladding of aluminium on AlSi 304 stainless steel with high-power diode lasers, Surface Coating Technology, 253, 214–220. . Ocylok, S.; Alexeev, E.; Mann, S.; Weisheit, A.; Wissenbach, K.; Kelbassa, I, (2014) Correlations of Melt Pool Geometry and Process Parameters during Laser Metal Deposition by Coaxial Process Monitoring, Physics Procedia, 56, 228–238. . Attar, H.; Ehtemam-Haghighi, S.; Kent, D.; Wu, X.; Dargusch, M.S, (2017) Comparative study of commercially pure titanium produced by laser engineered net shaping, selective laser melting and casting processes, Material Science Engineering, 705, 385–393. . Angelastro, A.; Campanelli, S.L.; Casalino, G, (2017) Statistical analysis and optimization of direct metal laser deposition of 227-F Colmonoy nickel alloy, Optical Laser Technology, 94, 138–145 . Dutta, B., Palaniswamy, S., Choi, J., Song, L.J., Mazumder, J., (2011) Additive manufacturing by direct metal deposition, Advanced Materials & Processing, Vol.169 (5). Pp. 33–36 . Leyens, C., Beyer, E., (2015) Innovations in laser cladding and direct laser metal deposition. Laser Surface Engineering, Pp. 181-192. . Li, S., Wei, Q., Shi, Y., Zhu, Z., Zhang,D.,(2015) Microstructure Characteristics of Inconel 625 Superalloy Manufactured by Selective Laser Melting, Journal of Materials Science & Technology, Vol.31, Iss. 9, Pp.946-952. . Wilson, J.M., Piya, C., Shin, Y.C., Zhao, F., Ramani, K.,(2014) Remanufacturing of turbine blades by laser direct deposition with its energy and environmental impact analysis, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 80, 1 Pp. 170-178. . Fearon, E. and Watkins, K. (2004) Optimization of Layer Height Control in Direct Laser Deposition, 23rd International Congress on Applications of Laser & Electro-optics paper No. 1708. . Peng, L., Taiping, Y., Sheng, L., Dongsheng, L. Qianwu, H., Weihao, X., and Xiaoyan, Z. (2005) Direct Laser Fabrication of Nickel Alloy Samples Internaitonal Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture” 45:1288-1294 . Prakash .S (2004) Optimization of laser aided manufacturing process using the design of experiments approach-Taguchi way,Thesis”, ,University of Missouri-Rolla 8431.
Bibin Babu, M. Muthukumaran "Optimization of Direct Laser Deposition Process for Shot Sleeves Used in Aluminium Diecasting " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.139-144 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/139-144.pdf
This paper introduces an autonomous car that drives itself built using Raspberry Pi. It is trained using an artificial neural network to drive like the trainer and follows Google Map directions along with V2V for blind spot detection.
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- Khyati Mehta UG Student Dept. of ECE, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Mehzabeen NajmiUG Student Dept. of ECE, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Deepthi. V UG Student Dept. of ECE, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- K.N. Hemalatha Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Khyati Mehta, Mehzabeen Najmi, Deepthi. V, K.N. Hemalatha "Self-driving Autonomous Car Implementing Maps and V2V" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.145-148 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/145-148.pdf
With the globalisation of world economy the barriers of business boundaries are being erased. Hence there is a also a need for a cohesive effort at global level to synergise the efforts of each country’s regulators. This Article talks about the concept of insurance and the need for its regulation it also insists the need for functional autonomy of the regulatory bodies and talks about various levels of regulation, their roles and finally the need for a global level coordination amongst the insurance supervisors for best supervision.
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- Date of Publication: 03 June 2018
- Dr. G. Srinivasa RaoM.Sc., MBA, M.Phil., Ph.D., PGDCA Professor, Aditya Educational Institutions, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Dr. G. Srinivasa Rao "Insurance Sector Regulations - Manoeuvring the Monitoring" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.149-152 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/149-152.pdf
Regardless of whether and how B-schools can utilize relative rankings in Search engine results to discrete their brands from competitors remains a basic, mysterious issue for researchers. By integrating important writing from subjective branding intellectuals, SEO experts and researchers, this study distinguishes key relevant variables that are favorable for brand building on the web through Search Engine Optimization (SEO). In investigations, the researcher build up that when MBA aspirants’ verifiable convictions about the significance of the resulting page of search engine are initiated or uplifted through component preparing, they will have better review of an obscure brand that is shown before the notable brands in search engine results page (SERP). The students with less internet searching techniques have a tendency to assess the unidentified brand all the more positively along the specific brand trait that enacts the web crawler positioning pattern. This study has both conjectural and rational inferences for accepting the viability of SEO dimensions.
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- Nitin G ZadpeHead IT, MIT School of Telecom Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Dr. Milind S PandeProject Director, MIT School of Telecom Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India
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Nitin G Zadpe, Dr. Milind S Pande "Impact of Search Engine Optimization Dimensions in B-School Brand Building: An Empirical Study " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.153-157 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/153-157.pdf
Microbial fuel cell is the device which converts energy present in the chemical bond of a substrate into electrical energy with the help of catalytic activity of microorganism. The electricity can be generated by breaking down the organic matters present in the Wastewater. The organic matter acts as a substrate for microorganism which intern convert it into electricity. There are many sources for Wastewater which can be utilized for this purpose. Microbial fuel cell technology can be used to reduce the energy crisis and treat the waste simultaneously. There are many microorganisms which can break down the organic matter under the aerobic or anaerobic condition and generate electrons. These electrons can be entrapped and utilized as an energy source. Coulombic efficiency and power output of MFC are depends on microbe used in the anodic chamber, operating condition of MFC, design, and configuration of MFC and many other factors. Commercial application of MFC is limited because of its low power density and bulk design. Extensive effects are made to reduce the cost, improvise design, increase compactness, durability and the efficiency of MFCs. This review emphasis on the types of MSC configuration and different Wastewater source used in MFCs for electricity generation and provide the basic information about the operation of MFCs. Basic information about MFC technology such as MFC design, microorganisms involved, substrate source and mediators is clearly depicted in this review.
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- Gajendra Prasad JDepartment of Chemical Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bull Temple Rd, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru, 560019, Karnataka, India
- Soumen PandaDepartment of Chemical Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bull Temple Rd, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru, 560019, Karnataka, India
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Logan, “Electricity generation from swine wastewater using microbial fuel cells,” Water Res., vol. 39, no. 20, pp. 4961–4968, 2005.  A. Luo, J. Zhu, and P. M. Ndegwa, “Removal of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in pig manure by continuous and intermittent aeration at low redox potentials,” Biosyst. Eng., vol. 82, no. 2, pp. 209–215, 2002.  P. W. Westerman, J. R. Bicudo, and a Kantardjie, “Up ¯ ow biological aerated ® lters for the treatment of ¯ ushed swine manure,” Science (80-. )., vol. 74, 2000.  C. . Ra, K. . Lo, J. . Shin, J. . Oh, and B. . Hong, “Biological nutrient removal with an internal organic carbon source in piggery wastewater treatment,” Water Res., vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 965–973, 2000.  J. Sevrin-Reyssac, “Biotreatment of swine manure by production of aquatic valuable biomasses,” Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 177–186, 1998.  B. E. Logan, “Peer Reviewed: Extracting Hydrogen and Electricity from Renewable Resources,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 38, no. 9, p. 160A–167A, 2004.  D. Pant, G. Van Bogaert, L. Diels, and K. Vanbroekhoven, “A review of the substrates used in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) for sustainable energy production,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 101, no. 6, pp. 1533–1543, 2010.  S. Cheng, H. Liu, and B. E. Logan, “Increased performance of single-chamber microbial fuel cells using an improved cathode structure,” Electrochem. commun., vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 489–494, 2006.  H. Liu, H. Liu, R. Ramnarayanan, R. Ramnarayanan, B. E. Logan, and B. E. Logan, “Production of electricity during wastewater treatment using a single chamber microbial fuel cell.,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 38, no. 7, pp. 2281–5, 2004.  H. Liu and B. E. Logan, “Electricity generation using an air-cathode single chamber microbial fuel cell in the presence and absence of a proton exchange membrane,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 38, no. 14, pp. 4040–4046, 2004.  C. Santoro et al., “Double-Chamber Microbial Fuel Cell with a Non-Platinum-Group Metal Fe-N-C Cathode Catalyst,” ChemSusChem, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 828–834, 2015.  L. Liu, O. Tsyganova, D. J. Lee, J. S. Chang, A. Wang, and N. Ren, “Double-chamber microbial fuel cells started up under room and low temperatures,” Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, vol. 38, no. 35, pp. 15574–15579, 2013.  S. E. Oh and B. E. Logan, “Proton exchange membrane and electrode surface areas as factors that affect power generation in microbial fuel cells,” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., vol. 70, no. 2, pp. 162–169, 2006.  G. Hernández-Flores, H. M. Poggi-Varaldo, and O. Solorza-Feria, “Comparison of alternative membranes to replace high cost Nafion ones in microbial fuel cells,” Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, vol. 41, no. 48, pp. 23354–23362, 2016.  I. Ieropoulos, C. Melhuish, J. Greenman, and I. Horsfield, “EcoBot-II: An artificial agent with a natural metabolism,” Int. J. Adv. Robot. Syst., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 295–300, 2005.  D. H. Park and J. G. Zeikus, “Electricity Generation in Microbial Fuel Cells Using Neutral Red as an Electronophore Electricity Generation in Microbial Fuel Cells Using Neutral Red as an Electronophore,” vol. 66, no. 4, pp. 1292–1297, 2000.  S. K. Chaudhuri and D. R. Lovley, “Electricity generation by direct oxidation of glucose in mediatorless microbial fuel cells,” Nat. Biotechnol., vol. 21, no. 10, pp. 1229–1232, 2003.  H. J. Kim, H. S. Park, M. S. Hyun, I. S. Chang, M. Kim, and B. H. Kim, “A mediator-less microbial fuel cell using a metal reducing bacterium, Shewanella putrefaciens,” Enzyme Microb. Technol., vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 145–152, 2002.  D. R. Bond and D. R. Lovley, “Electricity Production by Geobacter sulfurreducens Attached to Electrodes Electricity Production by Geobacter sulfurreducens Attached to Electrodes,” Appl. Environ. Microbiol., vol. 69, no. 3, pp. 1548–1555, 2003.  C. A. Pham et al., “A novel electrochemically active and Fe(III)-reducing bacterium phylogenetically related to Aeromonas hydrophila, isolated from a microbial fuel cell,” FEMS Microbiol. Lett., vol. 223, no. 1, pp. 129–134, 2003.  G. Antonopoulou, K. Stamatelatou, S. Bebelis, and G. Lyberatos, “Electricity generation from synthetic substrates and cheese whey using a two chamber microbial fuel cell,” Biochem. Eng. J., vol. 50, no. 1–2, pp. 10–15, 2010.  A. Tremouli, G. Antonopoulou, S. Bebelis, and G. Lyberatos, “Operation and characterization of a microbial fuel cell fed with pretreated cheese whey at different organic loads,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 131, pp. 380–389, 2013.  B. Min and B. E. Logan, “Continuous Electricity Generation from Domestic Wastewater and Organic Substrates in a Flat Plate Microbial Fuel Cell,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 38, no. 21, pp. 5809–5814, 2004.  J. J. Fornero, M. Rosenbaum, and L. T. Angenent, “Electric power generation from municipal, food, and animal wastewaters using microbial fuel cells,” Electroanalysis, vol. 22, no. 7–8, pp. 832–843, 2010.  B. Logan, S. Cheng, V. Watson, and G. Estadt, “Graphite Fiber Brush Anodes for Increased Power Production in Air-Cathode Microbial Fuel Cells,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 41, no. 9, pp. 3341–3346, 2007.  B. E. Logan, Microbial Fuel Cells, vol. 39, no. 1. 2008.  B. E. Logan, C. Murano, K. Scott, N. D. Gray, and I. M. Head, “Electricity generation from cysteine in a microbial fuel cell,” Water Res., vol. 39, no. 5, pp. 942–952, 2005.  D. H. Park and J. G. Zeikus, “Improved fuel cell and electrode designs for producing electricity from microbial degradation,” Biotechnol. Bioeng., vol. 81, no. 3, pp. 348–355, 2003.  J. K. Jang et al., “Construction and operation of a novel mediator- and membrane-less microbial fuel cell,” Process Biochem., vol. 39, no. 8, pp. 1007–1012, 2004.  P. Aelterman, K. Rabaey, H. Pham, N. . Boon, and W. Verstraete, “Continuous electricitygeneration at high voltages and currents using stacked microbial fuel cells.,” Env. Sci Technol, vol. 40, no. 10, p. 3388–3394., 2006.  S. H. Lee, J. Y. Ban, C. H. Oh, H. K. Park, and S. Choi, “A solvent-free microbial-activated air cathode battery paper platform made with pencil-traced graphite electrodes,” Sci. Rep., vol. 6, no. June, pp. 1–10, 2016.  B. E. Logan, “Exoelectrogenic bacteria that power microbial fuel cells,” Nat. Rev. Microbiol., vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 375–381, 2009.  K. Rabaey, P. Clauwaert, P. Aelterman, and W. Verstraete, “Tubular microbial fuel cells for efficient electricity generation.,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 39, no. 20, pp. 8077–82, 2005.  a Rhoads, H. Beyenal, and Z. Lewandowski, “Microbial fuel cell using anaerobic respiration as an anodic reaction and biomineralied manganese as a cathodic reactant,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 39, no. 12, pp. 4666–4671, 2005.  I. A. Ieropoulos, J. Greenman, C. Melhuish, and J. Hart, “Comparative study of three types of microbial fuel cell,” Enzyme Microb. Technol., vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 238–245, 2005.  D. R. Bond, D. E. Holmes, L. M. Tender, and D. R. Lovley, “Electrode-reducing microorganisms that harvest energy from marine sediments,” Science (80-. )., vol. 295, no. 5554, pp. 483–485, 2002.  H. Liu, S. Cheng, and B. E. Logan, “Production of electricity from acetate or butyrate using a single-chamber microbial fuel cell,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 658–662, 2005.  K. J. Chae, M. J. Choi, J. W. Lee, K. Y. Kim, and I. S. Kim, “Effect of different substrates on the performance, bacterial diversity, and bacterial viability in microbial fuel cells,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 100, no. 14, pp. 3518–3525, 2009.  N. Kim, Y. Choi, S. Jung, and S. Kim, “Effect of initial carbon sources on the performance of microbial fuel cells containing Proteus vulgaris.,” Biotechnol. Bioeng., vol. 70, no. 1, pp. 109–114, 2000.  T. Catal, K. Li, H. Bermek, and H. Liu, “Electricity production from twelve monosaccharides using microbial fuel cells,” J. Power Sources, vol. 175, no. 1, pp. 196–200, 2008.  F. Rezaei, D. Xing, R. Wagner, J. M. Regan, T. L. Richard, and B. E. Logan, “Simultaneous cellulose degradation and electricity production by Enterobacter cloacae in a microbial fuel cell,” Appl. Environ. Microbiol., vol. 75, no. 11, pp. 3673–3678, 2009.  L. B. E, “Electricity Production from Steam Exploded Corn Stover Biomass,” Energy Fuels, vol. 20, no. 12, p. 1716, 2006.  B. Jin, H. J. Van Leeuwen, B. Patel, and Q. Yu, “Utilisation of starch processing wastewater for production of microbial biomass protein and fungal α-amylase by Aspergillus oryzae,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 66, no. 3, pp. 201–206, 1998.  B. H. Kim et al., “Enrichment of microbial community generating electricity using a fuel-cell-type electrochemical cell,” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., vol. 63, no. 6, pp. 672–681, 2004.  Y. Feng, X. Wang, B. E. Logan, and H. Lee, “Brewery wastewater treatment using air-cathode microbial fuel cells,” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., vol. 78, no. 5, pp. 873–880, 2008.  K. Vijayaraghavan, P. Ahmad, and R. Lesa, “Electrolytic treatment of beer brewery wastewater,” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., vol. 45, no. 20, pp. 6854–6859, 2006.  C. Ogugbue, E. Ebode, and S. Leera, “Electricity Generation From Swine Wastewater Using Microbial Fuel Cell,” J. Ecol. Eng., vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 26–33, 2015.  S. A. Patil et al., “Electricity generation using chocolate industry wastewater and its treatment in activated sludge based microbial fuel cell and analysis of developed microbial community in the anode chamber,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 100, no. 21, pp. 5132–5139, 2009.  J. Heilmann and B. E. Logan, “Production of Electricity from Proteins Using a Microbial Fuel Cell,” Water Environ. Res., vol. 78, no. 5, pp. 531–537, 2006.  Y. Feng, W. He, J. Liu, X. Wang, Y. Qu, and N. Ren, “A horizontal plug flow and stackable pilot microbial fuel cell for municipal wastewater treatment,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 156, pp. 132–138, 2014.  Q. Wen, Y. Wu, D. Cao, L. Zhao, and Q. Sun, “Electricity generation and modeling of microbial fuel cell from continuous beer brewery wastewater,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 100, no. 18, pp. 4171–4175, 2009.  A. Aldrovandi, E. Marsili, L. Stante, P. Paganin, S. Tabacchioni, and A. Giordano, “Enrico MARSILI,” High. Educ., pp. 1–5, 2009.  M. A. Rodrigo, P. Cañizares, H. García, J. J. Linares, and J. Lobato, “Study of the acclimation stage and of the effect of the biodegradability on the performance of a microbial fuel cell,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 100, no. 20, pp. 4704–4710, 2009.  L. Huang and B. E. Logan, “Electricity generation and treatment of paper recycling wastewater using a microbial fuel cell,” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., vol. 80, no. 2, pp. 349–355, 2008.  D. Pant et al., “Effect of carbon and nitrogen source amendment on synthetic dyes decolourizing efficiency of white-rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium,” Habitat, vol. 29, no. January, pp. 79–84, 2008.  J. Sun, Y. you Hu, Z. Bi, and Y. qing Cao, “Simultaneous decolorization of azo dye and bioelectricity generation using a microfiltration membrane air-cathode single-chamber microbial fuel cell,” Bioresour. Technol., vol. 100, no. 13, pp. 3185–3192, 2009.  B. E. Liu, H., Grot, S. and Logan, H. Liu, S. Grot, and B. E. Logan, “E lectrochemically assisted microbial production of hydrogen from acetate,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 39, no. 11, pp. 4317–4320, 2005.  R. C. Wagner, J. M. Regan, S. E. Oh, Y. Zuo, and B. E. Logan, “Hydrogen and methane production from swine wastewater using microbial electrolysis cells,” Water Res., vol. 43, no. 5, pp. 1480–1488, 2009.  X. Wang, S. Cheng, Y. Feng, M. D. Merrill, T. Saito, and B. E. Logan, “Use of carbon mesh anodes and the effect of different pretreatment methods on power production in microbial fuel cells,” Environ. Sci. Technol., vol. 43, no. 17, pp. 6870–6874, 2009.  W. Habermann and E. H. Pommer, “Biological fuel cells with sulphide storage capacity,” Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 128–133, 1991.
Gajendra Prasad J, Soumen Panda "Microbial Fuel Cells: Types of MFC and Different Source of Substrate" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.158-165 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/158-165.pdf
An advanced footstep power generation system proposed here uses the piezo electric sensors to generate power through footsteps as a source of renewable energy that we can obtain while walking on a certain arrangement like stepping foot on a piezo tiles. This project describes the use of piezoelectric materials in order to harvest energy from people walking vibration for generating and accumulating the energy. The basic working principle of “footstep power generation system” is based on piezo electric sensors. When the flooring is engineered with piezo electric technology, the electrical energy produced by the pressure is captured by floor sensors and converted to an electrical charge by piezo-electric transducer. These sensors are placed in such a way that it generates maximum output voltage. This output is provided to our monitoring circuitry which is microcontroller based circuit that allows user to monitor the voltage and charges a battery, and this power source has many applications. Our project model is cost effective and easy to implement.
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- Santosh MugaliAssistant Professor, Department of E & CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Bindu GUG Student, Department of E & CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Subbalakshm ChilukuriUG Student, Department of E & CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Deepthi GUG Student, Department of E & CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Kavya BUG Student, Department of E & CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
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Santosh Mugali, Bindu G, Subbalakshm Chilukuri, Deepthi G, Kavya B "Footstep Power Generation Using Piezo Electric Transducers" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.166-169 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/166-169.pdf
The need for a higher degree of accuracy with respect to real estate guidance provided by agents is constantly growing with the growth of the real estate industry. However, human real estate agents, when making suggestions related to buying or selling of property, may be subjected to bias or a decrease in accuracy resulting from limited computational potential. Several attempts have been made to replace human agents with computers for a higher degree of accuracy but such attempts fail to replace human agents completely in the sense that such attempts do not perform all tasks performed by real estate agents. We propose a system that behaves like a human real estate agent in that it attempts to perform every task a human agent performs with a higher degree of accuracy without any room for bias.
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- Date of Publication: 04 June 2018
- Vishwal Pejakkala KakrannayaDepartment of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Vivek KumarDepartment of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- SangmeshDepartment of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Vishal JaiswalDepartment of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
- Sridevi G MDepartment of ISE, SJBIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Vishwal Pejakkala Kakrannaya, Vivek Kumar, Sangmesh, Vishal Jaiswal, Sridevi G M "Psagent- A Machine Learning Approach to Real Estate" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.170-172 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/170-172.pdf
In this paper, Mahgoub transform is used for solving linear Volterra integro-differential equations of second kind. The technique is described and illustrated with some numerical applications. The results assert that this scheme give the exact results using very less computational work.
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- Date of Publication: 04 June 2018
- Sudhanshu AggarwalAssistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, National P.G. College Barhalganj, Gorakhpur-273402, U.P., India
- Nidhi SharmaAssistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Noida Institute of Engineering & Technology, Greater Noida-201306, U.P., India
- Raman ChauhanAssistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Noida Institute of Engineering & Technology, Greater Noida-201306, U.P., India
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Sudhanshu Aggarwal, Nidhi Sharma, Raman Chauhan "Solution of Linear Volterra Integro-Differential Equations of Second Kind Using Mahgoub Transform " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.173-176 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/173-176.pdf
Childhood psychology is a specialized branch of traditional psychology that focuses on psychological pedagogy processes of children’s from birth to adolescence. The academic stress and mental health of children’s have become a major concern in India. Everyday 6.23 students commit suicide due to peer pressure and pressure from education system. There must be something wrong that we do not understand. The system of education is creating lot of pressure among parents for better academic performance of their progeny’s. The degree of pressure has greatly impacted on child’s psychological development. This theoretical paper tries to examine academic stress and education system in five sections. Pedagogical practices in Indian education System in section I, problems of present pedagogical teaching practices of education system in India section II, significance of pedagogy of values and child’s psychology in section III, role of educational sector towards overcoming academic related stress among children’s in section VI and A Mind Map on future of pedagogy in Indian Education in section V.
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- Date of Publication: 04 June 2018
- Srikanth.KAssistant Professor, Department of Commerce and Management, Ramaiah Institute of Business Studies, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Srikanth.K "A Critical Analysis on Pedagogical Education System and Child’s Psychology: A Theoretical Framework" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.177-181 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/177-181.pdf
Slag is considered as one of the waste materials which can have a promising future in construction industry as partial or full substitute of conventional sand. For each ton of steel production, about 2.2 tonnes of slag is generated. In this paper, Slag is used as a partial replacement to fine aggregate with 30,40 and 50% respectively. Cubes and Cylinders were casted and compressive and tensile testing were noted after 7 and 28 days testing. The Cylinders casted has more tensile strength such that it has wide application in RCC work as steel requirement will be less due to good strength of slag sand used in cement. For this project, Steel Slag was used whish was available from Kalika Steel, Jalna, Maharashtra. This Project was successfully completed under the guidance of CSK RMC Plant, PUNE.
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- Date of Publication: 05 June 2018
- Prof. Shilpi BhuniyanGuide, Civil Department, AISSMS COE, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
- Chetan BhutadaStudent, Civil Department, AISSMS COE, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
- Shreyas GundechaStudent, Civil Department, AISSMS COE, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
- Viraj AgrawalStudent, Civil Department, AISSMS COE, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
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Prof. Shilpi Bhuniyan, Chetan Bhutada, Shreyas Gundecha, Viraj Agrawal "Comparative Analysis of Slag Sand with Partial Replacement to Fine Aggregate" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.182-184 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/182-184.pdf
Single Image HIGH resolution is an lively and classic image processing problem, which aims to reconstruct a high resolution (HR) single image from a low resolution input image. Due to the several use of profile dictionary under-determined nature of this type of problem, an successful image prior is necessary to make the problem solvable, and to improve the quality of reconstruct super resolute image. In this paper image super resolution algorithm is proposed based on gradient profile sharpness. Gradient Profile Sharpness is an edge sharpness matrix which is extracted from two gradient description models, i.e. a Gaussian mixture model for the description of different kind of gradient profile. The proposed approach will generate superior HR image with better visual quality, lower reconstruction error than the input image. To improve the HR image pixel quality, we will be use some TOOLS. And compare the PSNR values to the input image.
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- Date of Publication: 09 June 2018
- Satish V. ReveAll Saints College of Technology, Gandhinagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Prof. Zuber FarooquiAll Saints College of Technology, Gandhinagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Satish V. Reve, Prof. Zuber Farooqui "High Resolution Rebuilding of Image Gradient Profile Sharpness" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.185-187 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/185-187.pdf
Radio isotopes are having significant importance in various fields which includes several life processes. Sustainable maintain of nutrient supply to the plants is so vital in growth of the plant kingdom. Several methods are under practice for the supplement of nutrients and the corresponding activity during crop maintaining period. Traditional methods of studying nutrient uptake and absorption by agricultural plants and their translocation in various parts of the plant and root system at different soil depths, were replaced by the sophisticated method of application of radio isotopes by which the activity at any subsequent process or location can be identified and determined. The mechanism of foliar application of the tagged (ratio active) nutrients involve by spraying the same on the leaves, stems, fruits and its translocation to different plant parts will be traced by the path way of the nutrients to various plant parts. The rates of absorption and transport of nutrients in sprays and their contribution in plant metabolism are well discussed.
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- Suryanarayana Raju SivangiDepartment of Chemistry, GIET Engineering College, Andhra Pradesh, India
- Sreerama Murthy ChalumuriDepartment of Chemistry, GIET Engineering College, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Suryanarayana Raju Sivangi, Sreerama Murthy Chalumuri "Significant Role of Radio Chemistry in Agricultural Development" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.188-200 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/188-200.pdf
Epoxidized sunflower oil (ESO) has been used to toughen epoxy resin GELR 128 cured with an ambient temperature hardener (diethylenetriamine – DETA). The ESO was mixed with epoxy resin to obtain modified networks having various concentrations of ESO by one-stage and two-stage process. All the modified networks were characterized for their morphological structure, mechanical and thermal properties, and compared to the parent epoxy network. The two-stage process was considered to be more advantageous than the one-stage process. The optimum properties were obtained at 15 parts per hundred grams of epoxy resin (phr) of ESO. The best tensile strength, flexural strength and decomposition temperature are 44.81 MPa, 22.189kJ/m2, 375.05oC respectively.
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- Date of Publication: 09 June 2018
- Bach Trong PhucPolymer Centre, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
- Vu Huu HungPolymer Centre, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
- Nguyen Thanh LiemMinistry of Public Security
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Bach Trong Phuc, Vu Huu Hung, Nguyen Thanh Liem "Influence of Epoxidized Sunflower Oil on the Properties of the Polymer Composite Materials Based on Epoxy Resin GELR 128 Cured by Diethylenetriamine" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.201-204 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/201-204.pdf
The world of environment protection and conservation of fossil fuel are growing day by day .the development of electric vehicle (EV) and Hybrid electric vehicles will Enhance the movement of conserving fossil fuel by the use of electric vehicle we can save the environment of the earth. When fossil fuel burn the produce a lot of harmful gases which are responsible for the global warming .fossil fuels are the main source of power generation in vehicles that’s why use fossil fuels in vehicles .Instead of using fossil fuel as a power generator in vehicles we can use power generated through electricity that is battery instead of fuels . By using batteries we can generate power invehicles. And we can conserve fossil fuels for our next generation.
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- Deepanshu VaishnavScholar, B. Tech 2nd Year Student, Department of ME, Amrapali Institute of Technology, Haldwani, Uttarakhand, India
- Vinay SatiAssistant Professor, ME Department, Amrapali Institute of Technology, Haldwani, Uttarakhand, India
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Deepanshu Vaishnav and Vinay Sati "A Comprehensive Review on Electric Vehicles Developments" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.205-207 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/205-207.pdf
Collaborative computing has set a new technology trend in recent years. It involves a large number of entities and shared resources, which are distributed, dynamic and heterogeneous. The range of collaborative computing is wide and expanding. Through collaboration number of services can be offered such as hospitality, tour and travel, health care etc. to name a few. In this work we have proposed a multi-party collaborative information retrieval service (CIRS). CIRS supports a long-range of queries involving text and multimedia data. The idea of CIRS is extended to a more generalized information service called collaborative information service (CIS). In CIS the collaborators share their data for serving complex and critical information need of organization or individuals. CIS provides consolidated information to the user collecting data from different data owners. In addition, different data owners are allowed to access as well as update other data owners’ data in a collaborative scenario such as online stores like Amazon and Flipkart who connect different manufactures, vendors, transporter, and courier services etc. We have classified CIS in three different categories - basic, application and business. CIS can be considered to model any collaborative computing system where different partners collaborate for any joint activity by exchanging information among them.
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- Subrata BoseDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, Neotia Institute of Technology, Management and Science, Jhinga, Diamond Harbour Road, South 24 Parganas, WB, India – 743368
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Subrata Bose "Collaborative Computing: Application to Information Services" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.208-217 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/208-217.pdf
This paper presents operation and control for improving the efficiency and size of a photovoltaic generation system using a current-source inverter. This system is directly connected utility grid to a solar cell without using a boosting converter. In proposed grid connected PV system the single phase CSI converter used with a double tuned resonant filter circuit. The system uses transformer-less single-stage transformation for tracking the most extreme power point and interfacing the photovoltaic array to the grid. The greatest power point is kept up with a fuzzy logic controller. A proportional-resonant controller is used to control the current injected into the grid. A modified carrier based modulation technique for the current source inverter is proposed to magnetize the dc-link inductor by shorting one of the bridge converter legs after every active switching cycle.
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- Date of Publication: 09 June 2018
- Swati N. WankhedeElectrical Engineering, SSGBCOE, Bhusaval, Maharashtra, India
- Girish K.MahajanElectrical Engineering, SSGBCOE, Bhusaval, Maharashtra, India
- Ajit P.ChaudhariElectrical Engineering, SSGBCOE, Bhusaval, Maharashtra, India
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Swati N. Wankhede, Girish K.Mahajan and Ajit P.Chaudhari "Photovoltaic System with Single Stage Conversion and Control" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.218-221 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/218-221.pdf
It has been found that employees have experienced an uncomfortable feeling of being marginalized, that is an unmistakable feeling of being devalued, may be because they were not acknowledged or were subjected to a hallway joke. This is an example of micro behavior, a workplace phenomenon that has attracted the interest of many organizations seeking to improve employee engagement and performance. Micro behavior consists of micro messages, those small, semi-conscious messages people send and receive during interaction. It becomes micro inequities when subtle, semi-conscious devaluing messages directed at a particular person and happens repeatedly. As a result, micro inequities discourage and impair performance which leads to damaged self-esteem and withdrawal and loss of productivity and most importantly it affects the commitment towards one’s workplace. Micro inequities based on gender - prejudicial slights, are quite common in most of the organizations. It has seen from literature survey that various studies have been conducted on micro inequity and in all of them an overview of micro inequity has been provided. organizational commitment is the individual's psychological attachment to the organization, where the employee experiences a 'sense of oneness' with their organization This study aims at focusing on the Indian perspective of micro inequity, to identify the perception of micro inequity by employed women in their organization and its’ relationship with employee commitment. It is designed to collect primary data through structured close ended questionnaire survey among the randomly selected women employees from IT sector in Kolkata. The Results of this study show that the levels of discrimination were indeed related to gender and organizational commitment outcomes.
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- Date of Publication: 11 June 2018
- Sonia SiddhantaResearch Scholar, Mewar University, Rajasthan, India
- Dr Rita BasuAssociate Professor, Institute of Business Management (Affiliated to Jadavpur University), The National Council of Education, Bengal, India
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Sonia Siddhanta, Dr Rita Basu "Identification of the Perception of Micro Inequity and Its’ Relationship with Employee Commitment by Employed Women in the IT Sector of Kolkata" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.222-229 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/222-229.pdf
Smart navigation tool is a better alternative that one can develop a system which will automatically sense such traffic signs automatically and accordingly inform the drives and also assist him in controlling the vehicle voluntarily or forcibly. All in all resulting in a very effective and fail proof system to provide traffic regulation, safety and convenience of the people. The data is transmitted through an RF. The basic purpose of this system is to provide a means to control vehicle and guide the vehicle by sending alert messages to the vehicle continuously when vehicle enters school zones or hospital zone. Nowadays, it is hard enough to identify traffic zones where they are and what speed to maintain. This become easy by smart navigation tool and it continuously monitor surrounding environment by RF sensors and it guide, control the vehicle as per the limits of the zone. For anticollision, we make use of IR sensors to indicate the obstacle and stop the vehicle based on distance of the obstacle.
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- Manjunath.KMAssistant Professor, Department of E&CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Dinesh.KUG Student, Department of E&CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Ganne Manoj KumarUG Student, Department of E&CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Harish RUG Student, Department of E&CE, Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
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Manjunath.KM, Dinesh.K, Ganne Manoj Kumar, Harish R "Smart Navigation Tool for Vehicles" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.230-232 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/230-232.pdf
Web mining is a heavily researched area in the field of data mining and web mining with wide range of applications. This paper contains the three different categories of web mining – web content mining, web structure mining and web usage mining. Some specific tools are available for extracting useful knowledge from web. Further a brief description on web mining with region extraction algorithms and hidden web retrieval seen as future research area for hidden web mining.
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- Sonali K. ShelkeDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering, Deogiri Institute of Engineering & Management Studies, Aurangabad (Maharashtra), India
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Sonali K. Shelke "Content Acquisition Using Hidden Web Mining" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.233-235 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/233-235.pdf
India is world’s second largest producer of cement. Its installed capacity as on December 2015 was 390 MTPA. Approximately 5% of total global man-made CO2 emissions are caused due to cement production. As the demand for cement is forecasted to continue increasing worldwide, particularly in emerging economy like India where housing and infrastructure is booming. In terms of environment sustainability, cement production requires water for cooling heavy machinery and exhaust gases, as cement plants are often located in remote areas; they draw water from community sources which can create potential conflict with the communities. The cement industry has a huge impact on the environment as compare to other industries due its high energy intensity leading to GHG emissions. As on today cement as binding material in construction activities has no substitution, it will instrumental in terms of urban development in future. Product innovation and operational efficiency measures leading to reduced resource consumption of water and energy and reducing GHG emissions are the best ways forward. Key factors for sustainability in cement industry are: energy and water consumption, material and resource management, reduction in GHG emissions and waste management. The viable solutions are green power generation, reducing reliance on depleting fossil fuels and using alternative fuels and raw materials, Enabling water conservation, Energy efficiency, transparent CSR reporting, Membership of global sustainability initiative such as Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI), Environment Biodiversity protection, Negating impact of GHG emissions and setting Targets of sustainability for future. Indian cement industry is most energy efficient in the world .Some cement companies have demonstrated that by replacing water cooled condenser by Air cooled Condensers, water can be conserved. Cement companies have started publishing their sustainability reports based on GRI G4 guidelines. The transparency in CSR reporting in cement industry is increasing. CDM projects of cement companies registered in India resulted in annual Co2 emission reduction of 21 lac tones. The cement industry needs an environment that incentivises companies to adapt mature sustainability strategies and facilitate transition of cement companies towards becoming architects of sustainable business solutions, such as fiscal incentives for investment in low carbon technologies and products, amending policies for trans-boundary movement of industrial waste etc. This study aims to do critical evaluation of Indian cement industry using action research based methodology in context of environmental sustainability aspect as part of their corporate strategy and CSR commitments.
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- Sandeep KudtarkarAssistant Professor, Aruna Manharlal Shah Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Sandeep Kudtarkar "Indian Cement Industry on Path of Environment Sustainability through Innovation and Resource Optimization " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.236-244 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/236-244.pdf
I. INTRODUCTION Recreation is defined as a recreation and restoration of emotional state. This paper presents the need of recreational facilities in development of any urban or developing areas. It is very important for any person to spend some quality time with family and self, so that we are ready to take on the hectic schedule of our work life. The recreational facilities not only provide some great escape for people to enjoy the family time but it also encourages people to choose localities around these recreational facilities to settle and work.Recreational facilities help as stress buster also these recreational facilities also create some jobs for locals adding to per capita income of these local people
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- Shubhangi Sandeep Tambe Research Scholar, JJT University. B.A. (Finance), Millennium Institute of Management, Aurangabad, MH, India.
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Shubhangi Sandeep Tambe "Need of Recreational Facilities in Development of Any Urban Area" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.245-247 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/245-247.pdf
IOT use things to things connection to access the internet of things, allow data to store and access services. Services over internet of things development according to need of person to person and thing to person, machine to machine interaction without human interaction. As there is limited non-renewable resources are present in our daily life, Electricity is one of them which utilized in every country that results abundant losses due to electricity larceny. Power theft is going to be the key challenges. A smart energy meter is used to minimize the electricity larceny. Basically energy meter is a device that calculates the cost of electricity consumed by homes, business, or an electrical device. It reduces the theft of electricity. In this paper a government person can find the dishonest user by showing the status of energy meter at the back end of electricity office. To attain this, energy meter communicate with raspberry pi through GPIO pins. GPIO pins fetch the effective data from energy meter and it send effective data to the raspberry pi and connect raspberry pi with the internet. At the backend, government person can see the status of energy meter in the form of graphs.
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- Vani.HAssistant Professor, Department of E&CE, RaoBahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- S. M. Varun KumarUG Student, Department of E&CE, RaoBahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Chetan SastryUG Student, Department of E&CE, RaoBahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- Shrinidhi.WUG Student, Department of E&CE, RaoBahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
- ManjunathUG Student, Department of E&CE, RaoBahadur Y Mahabaleshwarappa Engineering College, Ballari, Karnataka, India
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Vani.H, S. M. Varun Kumar, Chetan Sastry, Shrinidhi.W, Manjunath "Minimizing Electricity Theft by Internet of Things" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.7 issue 5, May 2018, pp.248-250 URL: www.ijltemas.in/DigitalLibrary/Vol.7Issue5/248-250.pdf