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Total Received Papers: 457 | Total Accepted Papers: 93 | Total Rejected Papers: 364 | Acceptance Rate: 20.35%

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Volume-8 Issue-2S, December 2018, ISSN: 2278-3075 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication

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Authors:

D.V.S.Sankara Reddy, K.Kowshik, M.Jugal Kishor, R.Vijaya Durga, V.Pavan Kumar Reddy

Paper Title:

Enhancement of Soil Properties by using Fly Ash and Metakaolin

Abstract: In the presence scenario the economy of a structure is depending upon the type of construction of sub-structure. The load coming from the superstructure is not adequately bear by the soil, it should be strengthened enough by any of soil modification techniques (soil stabilization). In India expansive soil deposits areone of the prime soil deposits in India. The functioning of expansive soils are mainly depends on the existence of Montmorillonite clay mineral, which has an expansive matrix. These types of soil can exhibit high bulging and compressing aspects and have less strength. The problems associated with expansive soil could be revamp by using the admixtures like lime, cement, fly ash, stone dust, quarry dust, rice husk ash etc. So, expansive soils are treated with addition of admixtures is one of the effective soil stabilization methods to strengthen the expansive soils. Numerous researches, all over the earth, are working to develop effective and feasible treatment methods to reduce the problems posed to the construction of paved and unpaved roadson expansive soil sub grade.In this present work laboratory tests were carry out to examine the effectiveness of dissimilar additives are Fly Ash, Metakaolin, Fly Ash + Metakaolin Combinations, in modifying the expansive soil sub grade properties, thereby improving the strength and reducing the swelling and shrinking phenomenon of expansive soil.

Keywords: Expansive Soil; Pavements; Fly Ash; Metakaolin

References:

  1. Gromko, G.J., Review of Expansive soils, Jr. of Geotechnical Engineering Division, ASCE, Vol. 100, No.6, 1974, pp. 667-687.
  2. Wayne, A.C., Mohamed, A.O., and El-Faith, M.A., Construction on Expansive Soils in Sudan, Jr. of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 110, 1984, pp. 359-374.
  3. Mowafy, M. and Yousry, M., Treatmetn of Expansive Soils: A laboratory study, TRR-1032, TRB, Washington, 1985, pp. 34-39.
  4. Kehew, E.A., Geology for Engineers and Environmental Scientists, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 1995, pp. 295-302.
  5. Konstantinos G. Kolovos, Panagiotis G Asteris, Demetrios M. Co... and S. Tsivilis, “Mechanical properties of soilcrete mixtures modified with metakaolin”, Construction and Building Materials 47, 2013, pp. 1026–1036.
  6. Y. Umar, A. U. Elinwa1 and D. S. Matawal, “Hydraulic Conductivity of Compacted Lateritic Soil Partially Replaced with Metakaolin”, Journal of Environment and Earth Science, Vol.5, No.4, 2015.
  7. VenkateswarluDumpa, Rajesh Vipparty, Anjan Kumar Mantripragada, Prasada Raju G. V. R (2016), “Evaluating the strength characteristics of lime and metakaolin stabilized expansive soil”. Indian Geotechnical Conference, IGC2016, pp.1-5.

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Authors:

D.V. SivaSankara Reddy, M. Chittaranjan, C. Ravi Kumar Reddy, K. Kowshik

Paper Title:

Performance Evaluation of Stone Column Installed Soft Ground- A Parametric Study with Numerical Investigation

Abstract: Installation of stone column is one of the effective solutions to improve the engineering properties of the soft ground. This paper investigates the performance of stone column treated ground beneath the embankment by using finite element method (FEM) using PLAXIS 2D. The consolidation effect of soft soil due to inclusions of stone columns has been addressed in this study. Numerical predictions are analyzed in terms of settlements, increments in vertical effective stresses, consolidation time and excess pore pressures. Firstly, the effectiveness of the use of stone column is studied. Afterwards, a parametric study has been performed to study the influence on height of the clay layer, height of the embankment fill, length variation in stone columns and the area replacement ratio. Furthermore, due to the installation of stone columns, improved effective stresses in the influence zone have been plotted.

Keywords: Soft Soil; Stone column; Effective Stress; Settlements; PLAXIS 8.6(2D)

References:

  1. Oliveria, PJ. V., Pinherio, JL.P., Antonio, A. A., and Correia, AA. A. (2011), Numerical analysis of an embankment built on soft soil reinforced with deep mixing columns: Parametric study. Computers and Geotechnics, Elsevier, 38(X): 566-576
  2. Porbaha, A. (2000). State of the Art in Deep Mixing Technology. Part IV: Design Considerations. Ground Improvement, 4(3), 111–125
  3. Porbaha, A. (1998). State of the art in deep mixing technology. Part-I – basic concepts and overview, Ground Improvement. 2: 1-19
  4. Kjellman, W. (1952), Consolidation of clay soil by means of atmospheric pressure. Proc. of Conference on Soil Stabilization, Cambridge, Mass., 1952.pp.258-263
  5. Bergado, D. T., Manivannan, R., Balasubramaniam, A.S. 1996.Proposed criteria for discharge capacity of prefabricated vertical drains. Geotextiles and Geomembranes 14 (1996), 481-505
  6. Indraratna, B., Aljorany, A., and Rujikiatkamjorn, C. (2008). Analytical and numerical modeling of consolidation by sand drains beneath a circular embankment. The international journal of geomechanics, 1-18.
  7. Lee, J.S., and Pande, G.N. (1996). “Analysis of Stone-Column Reinforced Foundations” International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, Vol. 22, pp. 1001-1020.
  8. Greenwood, D.A. (1970). “Mechanical Improvement of Soils Below Ground Surface”, Proc. Conf. on Ground Engineering. Institute of Civil Engineering, London.
  9. Madhav, M.R., and Vitkar, P.P. (1978). “Strip Footing on Weak Clay Stabilized with Granular Trench or Pile”, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 15, No.4.
  10. Datye, K.R. (1980). “Settlement and Bearing Capacity of Foundation System with Stone Column”, Symposium on Recent Developments in Ground Improvement Technics, pp. 85-103.
  11. Indraratna, B., Aljorany, A., and Rujikiatkamjorn, C. (2009). Analytical and numerical modeling of consolidation by sand drains beneath a circular embankment. The international journal of geomechanics, 1-18.
  12. Alexiew, D., Brokemper, D., Lothspeich, S., 2005. Geotextile Encased Columns: Load Capacity, Geotextile Selection and Pre-Design Graphs. Proceedings of the Geo-Frontiers Conference, Austin, Texas, January. Geotechnical Special PublicationNo. 131. ASCE, pp. 497–510.
  13. Huang, M., 2007. Behaviour of a highway embankment on stone columns improved estuarine clay. Proceedings of 16th Southeast Asian Geotechnical Conference, Malaysia, vol. 1, pp. 567–572.
  14. Oh E.Y.N., Balasubramaniam, A.S., Bolton, M., Surarak, C., Bolton, M., Chai, G.W.K.,Potts, D.M., Ganendra, D., 1991. Discussion on Finite element analysis of the collapseof reinforced embankment on soft ground by Hird C.C., Pyrah I.C., RusselD.Geotechnique 41 (4), 627–630.
  15. Malavizhi, Ilamparuthi, 2007. Comparative study on the behavior of encasedstone column and conventional stone column. Soils and Foundations 47 (5),873–885.
  16. Alexiew, D., Brokemper, D., Lothspeich, S., 2005. Geotextile Encased Columns: LoadCapacity, Geotextile Selection and Pre-Design Graphs. Proceedings of the Geo-Frontiers Conference, Austin, Texas, January. Geotechnical Special PublicationNo. 131. ASCE, pp. 497–510.
  17. Barksdale, R.D., Bachus, R.C., 1983. Design and construction of stone columns. FHWAReport No. RD-83/026, 194p.
  18. Wu, C.S., Hong, Y.S., 2009. Laboratory tests on geosynthetic encapsulated sand columns. Geotextiles and Geomembranes 27 (2), 107–120. doi:10.1016/j.geotexmem.2008.09.003.
  19. Murugesan, S., Rajagopal, K., 2006. Geosynthetic-encased stone columns: numerical evaluation. Geotextiles and Geomembranes 24 (6), 349–358.
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  21. Hughes, J.M.O. and Withers, N.J. (1974). Reinforcing of Soft Cohesive Soils with Stone Columns, Ground Engineering, Vol.7, No.3, 42-49.
  22. Hughes, J.M.O., Withers, N.J. and Greenwood, D.A.(1975). A Field Trial of Reinforcing Effect of Stone Column in Soil ,Geotechnique, Vol.25, No.1, 32-44.
  23. Madhav, M.R.(2000).Granular Piles - Recent Contributions.A short term course on Ground Improvement and Deep foundations held at IIT Madras, Dec 2000, MRM1 -MRM38.
  24. Mitchel, J.K. and Huber, T.R. (1985). Performance of a Stone Column Foundation. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, Vol. 111, No. 2, ASCE.

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Authors:

D.V.SivaSankara Reddy, Ch.Gopal Reddy, M.Jugal Kishore, K.Kowshik

Paper Title:

Evaluation of the Behavior of Geo-Synthetic Reinforced Soil Wall with Improved Soil as Backfill

Abstract: By using PLAXIS 8.6 a model had been developed to analyse the behaviour of Geo-synthetic reinforced soil retaining wall constructed with a segmental concrete blocks. The models are used for observing various parameters such as displacement of wall, stress generated along face of wall with respect to height of wall and base conditions. The study describes PLAXIS 8.6 programme utilization in prediction of weak spots or point of failures in a Reinforced wall and helps in avoiding such conditions and also makes the weak soil utilization in construction of such walls with some limitations.

Keywords: GRS wall; nonlinear elastic-plastic model; PLAXIS 8.6; Backfill.

References:

  1. M. and Ehrlich, M. (2014) “Numerical Evaluation of the Behaviour of GRS Walls with Segmental Block Facing under Working Stress Conditions”. 10.1061/ (ASCE) GT.1943 -5606.0001235.© 2014 American Society of Civil Engineers.
  2. KianooshHatami, and Richard J. Bathurst, (2006) “Numerical Model for Reinforced Soil Segmental Walls under Surcharge Loading.” 10.1061/ASCE 1090-0241 (2006)132:6-673.
  3. Hatami and R. J. Bathurst, “Verification of a Numerical Model for Reinforced Soil Segmental Retaining Walls.”Deakinuniversity on 08/09/15.
  4. KianooshHatami and Richard J. Bathurst ,“Development and verification of a numerical model for the analysis of geosynthetic-reinforced soil segmental walls under working stress conditions.”Can. Geotech. J. 42: 1066–1085 (2005)
  5. InancOnur, Mustafa Tuncan, BurakEvirgen, BertanOzdemir and AhmetTuncan, “Behaviour of Soil Reinforcements in Slopes.” Advances in Transportation Geotechnics. The 3rd International Conference on Transportation Geotechnics (ICTG 2016) Volume 143, 2016, Pages 483–489.
  6. H. Mirmoradi , M. Ehrlich, “Evaluation of the effect of toe restraint on GRS walls.”TransportationGeotechnics 8 (2016) 35–44.
  7. Ehrlich, S.H. Mirmoradi, “Evaluation of the effects of facing stiffness and toe resistance on the behaviour of GRS walls.”Geotextiles and Geomembranes 40 (2013) 28-36.
  8. Han, J. Huang, and A. Porbaha, “2D Numerical Modelling of A Constructed Geosynthetic-Reinforced Embankment over Deep Mixed Columns”,GSP 131 Contemporary Issues in Foundation Engineering.
  9. M.B. Helwany, G. Reardon, J.T.H. Wu, “Effects of backfill on the performance of GRS retaining walls.” Geotextiles and Geomembranes 17 (1999) 1-16.
  10. Huabei Liu, Xiangyu Wang , Erxiang Song, “ Long-term behaviour of GRS retaining walls with marginal backfill soils.” Geotextiles and Geomembranes 27 (2009) 295–307.
  11. H. Mirmoradi, M. Ehrlich, “Effects of facing, reinforcement stiffness, toe resistance, and height on reinforced walls.”Geotextiles and Geomembranes xxx (2016) 1-10.
  12. H. Mirmoradi, M. Ehrlich, “Modelling of the compaction-induced stress on reinforced soil wall .” Geotextiles and Geomembranes 43 (2015) 82-88.
  13. H. Mirmoradi, M. Ehrlich, C. Dieguez, “ Evaluation of the combined effect of toe resistance and facing inclination on the behaviour of GRS walls.” Geotextiles and Geomembranes 44 (2016) 287-294.
  14. Mario Riccio, Mauricio Ehrlich, Daniel Dias, “Field monitoring and analyses of the response of a block-faced geogrid wall using fine-grained tropical soils.” Geotextiles and Geomembranes 42 (2014) 127-138.

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Authors:

G. V. Praveen, S. Goverdhan Reddy

Paper Title:

Liquifaction – a Geotechnical Engineering Challenge In Pavement Construction

Abstract: The primary function of subgrade is to provide a stable foundation for over lying layers of flexible pavement. Hence, the long–term performance of flexible pavement structures is considerably affected by the stability of the underlying soil layers. In general, in-situ subgrade soils may not provide the adequate support to attain satisfactory performance under various traffic loading and environmental demands. Pavement performance is merely dependent on properties of screening materials used to fill the voids of aggregate. It is required that at no time soil subgrade is overstressed. Further, it is supposed to be compacted to the desirable density and near the optimum moisture content. The prime reason for their failure was attributed to the use of low quality soils known as marginal soils. Marginal soils have been used at several pavement project sites due to non–availability of select soils. It is also reported that the pavements may be severely affected due the low quality soils are being allowed in the construction in view of the growing scarcity for granular subgrade soils. Unsuitable highway sub grade soil requires stabilization to improve its properties. The strength behavior of sub grade could be improved by stabilization with lime or fly ash. It can potentially lessen ground improvement costs by adopting this method of stabilization. This process is not only cost effective, but it also lessens the demand on non-renewable resources and reduces the environmental footprint of a road construction project. Further, it is reported that, one of the factors of concern is the failure of pavements due to liquefaction. When liquefaction occurs, the strength of the soil decreases and the ability of a soil deposit to supporting pavements, foundations for buildings and bridges are reduced. In this study an attempt is made to modify the properties of the marginal soil that can be improved by adding lime and fly ash. Also, to modify and reduce the plasticity index of the marginal soil; consequently, the workability of the marginal soil is examined, thus making marginal soils more effective under liquefaction.

Keywords: Marginal Soil; Stabilization; Liquefaction; Pavement Construction; Workability.

References:

  1. Adams, M. J., and Rajesh, A. M. (2015). “Soil Stabilization Using Industrial Waste and Lime.” International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET), ISSN 2278 – 0882 Volume 4, Issue 7, pp. 799-805.
  2. Arvind, A. K., Walia, B. S., and Saran, S. (2006). “Design charts for isolated square footings of reinforced layered soil.” Proc. of IGC 2006, Chennai., pp. 443 - 444.
  3. Kaniraj, S. R. and Gayathri, V. (2003). “Geotechnical Behavior of Fly Ash Mixed with Randomly Oriented Fiber Inclusions,” Journal of Geotextile and Geomembranes, 21, 123- 149.
  4. Kowalski, T.E., Starry, D.W., and America, J. W. (2007). “Modern soil stabilization techniques,” Annual conference of the Transportation Association of Canada, pp. 1-16.
  5. Little, D. and S. Nair. (2008). “Report to Support the Development of Stabilization of Sulfate Rich Subgrade Soils and To Support the Revisions of AASHTO Test Method T-290.” NCHRP 20-07.
  6. Marathe, S., Kumar, A., and Avinash. (2015). “Stabilization of Lateritic Soil Subgrade Using Cement, Coconut Coir and Aggregates”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 12, pp. 11907 – 11914.
  7. Nagrale, P. P., Patil, A.P., and Shubham Bhaisare. (2005). “Strength Characteristics of Subgrade Stabilized With Lime, Fly Ash and Fibre.” International Journal of Engineering Research Volume No.5, Issue Special 1, pp. 74-79.
  8. Porbaha, A., Shima, M., Miura, H., and Ishikura, K. (1999). “Dry Jet Mixing Method for Liquefaction Remediation.” The Proceedings of the International Conference on Dry Mix Methods of Deep Soil Stabilization, Stockholm, Rotterdam.
  9. Tewari, Y. C., Renu, C., Saini, R. P., Kapoor, K. J. S., and Rao, P. S. K. M. (2006). “Road surface condition evaluation equipment for pavement management system.” Journal of the Indian Road Congress, Vol. 67 – 1, pp. 115 – 120.
  10. Jones, D., Rahim, A., Saadeh, S., and Harvey, J.T. (2010). “Guidelines for the Stabilization of Subgrade Soils in California” FHWA No: CA122201A (2010).
  11. Negi, A.S., Faizan, M., Siddharth, D.P., and Singh, R. (2013). “Soil Stabilization Using Lime.” International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 2, Issue 2.

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Authors:

S. Nithya, K.R. Aranganayagam, C. Nithesh

Paper Title:

Marginal Soil; Stabilization; Liquefaction; Pavement Construction; Workability

Abstract: The low temperature plasma is used to enhance the surface properties of rayon fabrics. The bulk properties of rayon fabrics are not affected by plasma treatment which is confirmed by XRD and FTIR studies. The investigation on the wettability of the rayon fabrics is the prime purpose of the study. The study includes the outcome of the investigational parameters of the glow discharge such as the pressure of gas, the time taken for the treatment and discharge voltage on the samples wettability.

Keywords: XRD, Plasma, Wettability, Rayon

References:

  1. Bywater, N., 2011. The global viscose fibre industry in the 21st century—the first 10 years. Lenzinger Berichte, 89, pp.22-29.
  2. Subbulakshmi, M.S., 1998. Effect of plasma on fabrics. Ind. Textile J., 10, pp.12-16.
  3. Felix, J., Gatenholm, P. and Schreiber, H.P., 1994. Plasma modification of cellulose fibers: Effects on some polymer composite properties. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 51(2), pp.285-295.
  4. Shishoo, R. ed., 2007. Plasma technologies for textiles. Elsevier.
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  6. physical analysis of cotton fabrics plasma-treated with a low pressure DC glow discharge. Cellulose, 17(2), pp.417-426.
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  8. Haji, A., Mousavi Shoushtari, A. and Mirafshar, M., 2014. Natural dyeing and antibacterial activity of atmospheric‐plasma‐treated nylon 6 fabric. Coloration Technology, 130(1), pp.37-42.
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  11. Wang, C.X., Ren, Y. and Qiu, Y.P., 2007. Penetration depth of atmospheric pressure plasma surface modification into multiple layers of polyester fabrics. Surface and Coatings Technology, 202(1), pp.77-83.
  12. Borcia, G., Anderson, C.A. and Brown, N.M.D., 2006. Surface treatment of natural and synthetic textiles using a dielectric barrier discharge. Surface and Coatings Technology, 201(6), pp.3074-3081.
  13. Ferrero, F., 2003. Wettability measurements on plasma treated synthetic fabrics by capillary rise method. Polymer testing, 22(5), pp.571-578.
  14. Wang, K., Wang, W., Yang, D., Huo, Y. and Wang, D., 2010. Surface modification of polypropylene non-woven fabric using atmospheric nitrogen dielectric barrier discharge plasma. Applied Surface Science, 256(22), pp.6859-6864.13.
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  16. Lam, Y.L., Kan, C.W. and Yuen, C.W.M., 2011. Effect of plasma pretreatment on the wrinkle‐resistance properties of cotton fibers treated with a 1, 2, 3, 4‐butanetetracarboxylic acid–sodium hypophosulfite system with titanium dioxide as a cocatalyst. Journal of applied polymer science, 120(3), pp.1403-1410.
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  18. Prakash, C., Ramakrishnan, G., Chinnadurai, S., Vignesh, S. and Senthilkumar, M., 2013. Effect of plasma treatment on air and water-vapor permeability of bamboo knitted fabric. International Journal of Thermophysics, 34(11), pp.2173-2182.
  19. Šajn Gorjanc, D. and Zupin, Ž., 2017. Responses of fabric from lyocell/natural bamboo yarn to loading. The Journal of The Textile Institute, 108(10), pp.1707-1714.
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Authors:

Saravanan M, Gandhimathi A

Paper Title:

Removal of Heavy Metals from Dyeing Industry Wastewater by Using Eco-Friendly Absorbents

Abstract: Heavy metals are the very toxic materials for the society. The effluents from textile industries into surface water bodies poses a threat to the aquatic organisms and human health, which is a matter of great concern due to their toxic nature and adverse effect. The small scale dyeing industries generate a large amount of pollution load which in many cases is discharged into environment without any pre-treatment. Dyeing industries releases a harmful heavy metals which is three to four times higher than standard values and most toxic pollutants due to its carcinogenic and teratogenic nature. Several methods have been adopted for the removal of heavy metals from dyeing industry wastewater. These methods are include chemical reduction, precipitation, ion exchange, electrolysis etc., but these process contain more expensive so the small scale industries will not used those process for removal of heavy metals. Among the treatment process, absorption technique is very low cost method. In this study heavy metals from dying industry wastewater is removed by charcoal from various eco-friendly natural available absorbent materials of orange peels, Cavendish banana peels and lemon are used. The effect of various parameters such as dosage of absorbents for the removal of heavy metals, pH and effect of contact time, are studied. From this study, the removal of lead heavy metal by lemon was found to highly efficient 99.8 % at pH =6, contact time 35 min, absorbent dose 0.8 g/l. Removal of zinc heavy metal by lemon 94.39 % at pH =6, contact time 50 min, absorbent dose 0.6 g/l slightly better than banana 91.69 %, contact time 50 min, absorbent dose 1.6 g/l.

Keywords: Absorbents, Heavy metals, Various Peels.

References:

  1. Abdel-Halim, S.H., Shehata, A.M.A. and EI-Shahat, M.F. (2003) Removal of Lead Ion from Industrial Wastewater by Different Types of Natural Materials, Water Research, 37, 1683.
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Authors:

Hafsa, B.Venkateswararao, Gummadi Srinivasa Rao, Ch. Ganesh

Paper Title:

Modelling and Implementation of Single-Phase Z-Source Inverter using Arduino

Abstract: This paper presents a single-phase Z-Source Inverter simulation and hardware implementation using Arduino. Z-Source converter uses single stage conversion topology to provide both voltage boost and buck operations. It activates boost property by using shoot-through state that cannot be found in conventional voltage source and current source inverters. The switches of the same phase leg can be switched on using shoot-through state. This improved Z-source technology utilizes less number of switches and increases efficiency of the inverter with less cost. Simulation is done in MATLAB Simulink. Both simulation and hardware results are compared.

Keywords: Arduino, Current Source Inverter, Voltage Source Inverter and Z-Source Inverter.

References:

  1. PawanKumar J. Aswar and P.H. Zope, “Study and Analysis of Single Phase Z-Source Inverter”, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, Vol. 1, 2013, pp. 281-289.
  2. Florescu, O. Stocklosa et al., “The Advantages, Limitations and Disadvantages of Z-Source Inverter”, 2010, pp. 483-486.
  3. N. Madakwar and Dr. M. R. Ramteke, “Analysis of Single-Phase Z-Source Inverter”, International Journal of Advanced Computing and Electronics Technology (IJACET),Vol. 2, 2015, pp. 54-60.
  4. Fang ZhengPeng, “Z-Source Inverter”, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 39, no.2, March/April 2003, pp. 504-510.
  5. Sattyendrasing A. Seragi, “Review on Z-Source Inverter”, National Conference on Advances in Communication and Computing (NCACC),2014, pp. 18-22.
  6. MeeraMurali, PiyushaBhavsar et al., “Simulation and Fabrication of Single Phase Z-Source Inverter for Resistive Load”, P.B. Sci. Bull., Series C, Vol. 78, 2016, pp. 113-124.
  7. Mrudul A. Mawlikar and Ms. Sreedevi S Nair, “A Comparative analysis of Z source inverter and DC-DC converter fed VSI”, International Conference on Nascent Technologies in the Engineering Field (ICNTE), 2017.

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Authors:

K. Vasu Babu, B. Anuradha, Maram Srinivasa Rao, N. Sivaiah

Paper Title:

Design of Microstrip MIMO antenna for S & C-band Applications

Abstract: In this paper, a compact MIMO with a size of 60 x 40 mm2 is designed for C-band applications. This design make up of maintaining the reflection coefficient ≤ -10 dB and maintained the isolation ≤ -15 dB is achieved. In order to reducing the parameter of isolation consider the spacing between the antenna elements is 3 mm. By properly choosing this distance a large change the parameter of isolation and used in the applications of radar analysis and wireless communication system applications. This type of antenna arrangement producing good radiation patterns, peak gain, VSWR, diversity gain and group delay is observed.

Keywords: Group delay, MIMO antenna, correlation coefficient, diversity gain.

References:

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Authors:

K. Siva Kiran, D.V. Siva Sankara Reddy, H. Teja Kiran Kumar, V. Rajendra Kumar

Paper Title:

Effect of Seismic Zone and Soil Type on Linear Time History Behavior of RC Framed Building

Abstract: In view of structural engineering, the in assessment of seismic vulnerability of structure plays an important role in the analysis and design of structure. A variety of methods are in practice to carry out lateral load analysis on structure due to earthquakes. In this respect, time history analysis is a method to analyze a structure subjected to a specific earthquake ground motion. The seismic response of a structure majorly depends on type of soil and seismicity of location of structure.In this context an attempt is made to study the Linear Time History behavior of a G+5 RC framed building subjected to Bhuj earthquake ground motion considering the effect of soil type and seismic zone factor in accordance with IS-1893-2016 (part-1). A G+5 RC framed residential apartment building is modeled in ETABS 2015 software and analysis is carried out using time history function subjecting to Bhuj earthquake ground motion data for different values of seismic zone factor and soil types. Responses such as base shear storey shear distribution and peak roof displacement are reported for different zone factors and soil type and tabulated the analytical study depicts that, with increase in seismicity of location of the structure, both base shear and peak roof displacement are been increased. Also, with increase in flexibility of soil, both base shear and peak roof displacement are been increased.

Keywords: Seismic zone; Soil type; Time history; Base shear; Roof displacement.

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Authors:

Lavanya Settipalli, Sivaiah Bellamkonda, Ramachandran Vedantham

Paper Title:

Morphology based Tense Aspect Disambiguation for sentences in Telugu to English Translation

Abstract: Tense, aspect and modality identification of one language and translating them to another language is a complex task in machine translation. Gaining the knowledge about tenses of a language requires complete morphology analysis of that particular Language. Native speakers of the language contain inbuilt knowledge of morphology but training the machines with this knowledge needs more effort. In this paper, we are proposing Tense, Aspect Disambiguation for the Telugu language by exploring the frequent co-occurrence of verb inflections with context words. TAD approach is to build Tense dictionary for Telugu based on the hand written rules formed by morphology analysis and then automatically tagged each sentence of test data set with the tense to which it belongs. Tagged sentences then mapped to the grammar dictionary of English while translating. Our approach had performed on text written in WX notation1 by native speakers, which contains verb-included sentences.

Keywords: Morphology Analysis, Verb Inflection, Telugu Tense Rule Dictionary (TTRD), Tense Aspect Disambiguation (TAD).

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Authors:

Kahkashan Tabassum, Hadil Shaiba

Paper Title:

A Multipurpose Mobile Application for Air Cargo Management System for Saudi Airlines

Abstract: Shipping parcels plays a significant role in our lives. It provides us with products that are overseas, the essentials that we lack in our countries no matter whatever the size or quantity. In the shipping system we aim to ship parcels in high speed and high quality by providing several enhancements that demand highly secure systems protecting both the customer’s information and the shipment itself. Thus every shipping company strives to accomplish the shipping in a secure and trusted way, putting the customer in the highest priority. This paper explains an implementation of an android application (Airpress) that will help Saudi Airlines and associated companies in import and export of the items needed. The application allows customers to create cargo easily and quickly. A customer can register and create cargo at any time, and track the cargo by a single click. It’s a multi-purpose mobile application that aim to help companies to make it easier to have an app that is specialized for serving businesses. Examples of other majors tasks that the app can accomplish are : a) Door ro door delivery by registered to make it easier and more convenient for customers – b) Providing more options for customers to find the suitable and preferred way to make their orders.

Keywords: Cargo, Delivery, Packaging, Receiver, Sender, Shipment, Status, Tracking number, Time frame.

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Authors:

Sampath S S, Prasanth Sreekumar, Chithirai Pon Selvan M

Paper Title:

Estimation of Power in High Altitude Freely Suspended Wind Turbine

Abstract: Conventional wind turbines are restricted in its use due to certain limitations and challenges in its position. To use wind turbine efficiently and economically, it is required to overcome space requirements, noise, variation in air current and set up cost. This study attempts to design and fabricate suspended wind turbine to overcome the above stated hurdles. In this current work, the blades and the alternator are placed in the helium balloon housing which is suspended in the air and supported to the ground with tether. A tether made of conductive material is to transmit the generated power from the airborne housing to the ground base. Blades are made of aluminium and it ensures low rotational inertia. The proposed suspended wind mill in this study is able to generate power output which is comparatively cheaper than conventional wind turbines and also work will be able to cater the needs of electric power to remote areas and farms. Entire setup is modelled in 3D software Creo and the simulation is carried out using ANSYS software.

Keywords: Alternator, finite element method, turbine blade, renewable energy, power

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Authors:

ThanesaIyer, Jaya Yadav

Paper Title:

A Meta Analytic Review of Emotional Dissonance - It’s Cause and Impact

Abstract: Today, every organization has values, goals and objectives clearly communicated to employees, however the emotion of the organization is always downplayed and thereby is never accounted anywhere. In an organization, different employees have different emotions, which seldom align to organizations desired emotions. This difference in emotions is what we call emotional dissonance. This paper aims to understand emotional dissonance, its cause and impact on overall productivity of an employee as well as the role of emotional dissonance in improving the overall productivity of organization through employees. The study was carried out by reviewing the literature of past 19yrs from 1999 to 2017.Through the review of literature of past 19yrs the conclusion regarding cause, impact and ways to reduce emotional dissonance were drawn. It was evident through review that all the key organization performance indicators of employee which effect the organization efficiency were influenced by emotional dissonance and display norms of an organization, were found to be the major cause of emotional dissonance. It was also found that the emotional dissonance was not only confined to service sector job as per our preconceived notion, instead influenced the individuals irrespective of their location/sector they are working in. Hence it can be stated that emotions of employee are poorly managed and emotion demand of jobs are not appreciated. Thus, there is a strong need to work on ways to reduce emotional dissonance and to keep a check on it as there is very limited research on experience of emotions at work.

Keywords: Emotion, Emotional Dissonance, Employee Productivity, Organization Efficiency, Performance Indicators, Display Norms.

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Authors:

LiyanaShirin Akbar, Khulood Al-Mutahr, Mohammed Nazeh

Paper Title:

Aligning IS/IT with Business Allows Organizations to Utilize Dark Data

Abstract: Any data that is left unexplored by an organization is an opportunity lost and a potential security risk says Ganesh Moorthy (2018). This paper discusses about the importance of aligning information system and information technology with business and how that helps organizations to utilize dark data efficiently. Moreover, the types of strategic alignment models and how organizations should adapt those models are also briefly described. The concept of dark data, types of dark data and how organizations can make use of it are further explained in this paper. The impact of dark data and tools to extract dark data is also discussed in this paper. The insights and discussions that are stated in this paper would definitely benefit organizations to understand the importance of aligning the business with IS/IT and make good use of darkdata.

Keywords: Information System, Information Technolog Dark Data,Strategic Alignmen tFramework

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Authors:

Kailas Tambe, G. Krishna Mohan

Paper Title:

An Efficient Localization Scheme for Mobile WSN

Abstract: Localization is an extremely important service in wireless sensor network and when nodes are mobile then it is the utmost challenge to keep the information of all nodes in the wireless sensor network. In last many years a good research has been conducted using many localization algorithms to provide solution for accurate positioning of nodes along with minimum energy consumptions by the nodes. But when nodes are moving continuously and positions are changing at every time period t then it might be difficult to localize all nodes at a time but it is achieved using trilateration techniques using cooperative approach among neighboring nodes of the network. In presented algorithm where each node is tracked by its current position after every fixed time interval period ‘t’ which will keep track of nodes current position for time t as well also predicts its position for next period of t i.e. 2t. In proposed algorithm to keep the localization error minimum we have selected two neighboring nodes for each node and every node updates its current and predicted position after every fixed time interval period. The minimum distance can be calculated by performing trilateration among two neighboring nodes with unknown position node. Trilateration is mainly used in range based localization. These coordinate differences between current and predicted positions for time t and 2t time slot give us a localization error. With presented algorithm we have found the efficient time period where average localization error will be minimum with minimum energy consumption. In Future with quality of service parameter as Packet delivery ratio (PDR) and ultimately increased in throughput of the network can be achieved. 

Keywords: Localization, AoA, PDR, TDOA, TOA.

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Authors:

Atul Choudhary, Sanjeev Bansal, Prashant Sharma, Anu Prashaant

Paper Title:

An Impact of Recent Technological Reforms in Indian Railways on its Revenue and Its Influence on the Passenger Satisfaction in Terms of Service

Abstract: An objective of this study is to find an impact of recent technological reforms in Indian Railways on its revenue and its influence on the passenger satisfaction in terms of service. Quality of customer service in Indian Railways has a significant role on the Passengers’ Satisfaction. Railways could draw higher economic benefits from its operations by improving its service quality. Various studies have pronounced many dimensions concerning about the Passengers’ satisfaction of Indian Railways. Below mentioned are the Five dimensions of Service Quality under SERVQUAL model which are taken in this research paper. Reliability, Responsiveness, Tangibility, Assurance and Empathy.

Keywords: Indian Railways, Rail Commuters, Technological Reforms, Revenue generation, Service quality.

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Authors:

Jipson George Thoomkuzhy, Mohammed Nazeh

Paper Title:

Change in the Role and Competencies of Global CIO’s in Cloud and IoT Based Organizations- A Study on it and Business Leaders

Abstract: Cloud computing and IOT has changed the path organizations crosswise over businesses work. This survey paper explored the role of the worldwide CIOs in regards to their key work limits and their fundamental capacities and competencies which are required all together for a CIO to achieve unrivalled various levelled execution without bounds of business condition in cloud and IoT based organizations. The revelations of this survey will offer understanding to five (business strategy, IT strategy, change agent, IT functional leader, Technology advocate) key work areas and the essential competencies which we acknowledge are principal to the role of the worldwide CIO in the present and future business condition. The revelations will furthermore demonstrate that the worldwide CIO role is twisting up logically and is key to driving improvement, various levelled change, and innovative change. Thusly, the worldwide CIO ought to be a visionary fundamental pioneer with famous social capacities and business perception and the ability to collaborate equitably over the focal business limits and with key business accessories. The role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) has ended up being continuously trying and awesome as information correspondences advancement has ended up being basic for general organizations. To date, there has been little research which has precisely investigated the roles and the fundamental competencies of the worldwide CIO. An online outline of CIOs avowed the importance of CIO competencies and featured the essential ones. A course of action of the fundamental competencies of CIOs was broke down in this survey. The key disclosures exhibit that the role of the worldwide CIOs has advanced toward ending up continuously business drew in and crucial in a cloud and IOT based organizations. In the long run, how a CIO leads and manages his/her ICT staff will immensely affect how viable a CIO is in the role. In any case, the CIO still requires the learning of key advancement aptitudes along these lines, singular data or access to extra capacities is likewise basic in their role.

Keywords: Cloud, IoT, CIO, CTO, CEO, CFO, COO

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Authors:

Deepesh Kr Yadav, Jaya Yadav

Paper Title:

Perception of Employees About Changing Paradigm Shift Towards HR Practices In ITES Companies of Noida

Abstract: The present paper aims to investigate the evolution of HR Practices over the span of time as well as the change in the function of HR Practices in 21st century. The paper will also confer about the introduction of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) to the HR Practices in connection with an e-HRM. This paper in turn would help in finding out the paradigm shift and perception of employees in terms of acceptance e-HRM Practices, its simplicity of use and convenience as a HR Practices in ITES companies of Noida.

Keywords: e-HRM, HRM, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Technology Acceptance Model (TAM).

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Authors:

Rajeev Malik, Jaya Yadav, DeepeshYadav

Paper Title:

Role of Spiritual Leadership in Enhancing Employees' Job Performance: A study of Organized Retail Sector in India

Abstract: This study has been undertaken in order to understand the impact of spiritual leadership on the extent of job performance in organized service sector of India. For the purpose of the study, sampled population from three chosen organized retail stores in Delhi, NCR region have been chosen for conducting survey and their feedbacks have been collected by administering close-ended questionnaire among them. While the research findings establish positive correlation between employee job performance and spiritual leadership, it also suggests that this form of leadership is most effective in fostering organizational citizenship behavior and organizational commitment among employees. 

Keywords: Employee Performance, Spiritual Leadership, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Delhi NCR.

References:

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  7. Chin-Yi, C., & Chin-Fang, Y. (2012). The Impact of Spiritual Leadership on Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Multi-Sample Analysis. Journal of Business Ethics, 105(1), 107–114.
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  15. Kaya, A. (2015). The Relationship between Spiritual Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: A Research on School Principals’ Behaviors. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 15(3), 597–606.
  16. Krishnakumar, S., Houghton, J. D., Neck, C. P., & Ellison, C. N. (2015). The “good” and the “bad” of spiritual leadership. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 12(1), 17–37.
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  18. Mansor, N., Ismail, A. H., Alwi, M. A. M., & Anwar, N. (2013). Relationship between Spiritual Leadership and Organizational Commitment in Malaysians’ Oil and Gas Industry. Asian Social Science;, 9(7).
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Authors:

Jennifer Ellah Adaletey, Valliappan Raju, Siew Poh Phung

Paper Title:

Role of Stakeholder in Revenue Mobilization to Alleviate Poverty in Ghana using E-Governance Mechanisms

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of the stakeholder in revenue mobilization at the MMDAs in Ghana as a roadmap to further identifying ways of achieving revenue improvements and poverty reduction by adopting e-governance mechanisms. This study also identifies three main roles of the stakeholders in the MMMDs to be: Compliance, Motivation to comply, Enforcement; and a moderating role to be monitoring and supervisory. It was conducted in selected MMDAs in Ghana and the findings may not apply to all other MMDAs. There is also literature limitation. The practical implication should help understand the importance of adopting e-governance in Ghana’s revenue generation system which will help avoid problems like evasion and improve revenue as a dimension to poverty reduction. The paper identified role of the stakeholder at the local level. Previous studies focused on stakeholder management and regulations that help prevent evasion and other problems, thus this study delves into e-governance integration into Ghana’s revenue system which is an area that has not received much attention in several literature.

Keywords: Stakeholder, MMDAs, Metropolitan, Municipal or District Assemblies, Revenue mobilization, Revenue improvements, Poverty alleviation, E-governance.

References:

  1. Adedeji, T. O. &Oboh, C. S. .., 2012. An Empirical Analysis of Tax Leakages and Economic Growth in Nigeria. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 10(48), pp. 448-458.
  2. Adu-Gyamfi, E., 2014. Effective Revenue Mobilisation by Districts Assemblies: A Case Study of Upper Denkyira East Municipal Assembly of Ghana. Public Policy and Administration Review, 2(1), pp. 97-122.
  3. Akorsu, P. K., 2015. An Evaluation Of The Effectiveness Of Revenue Mobilisation In The Public Sector Of Ghana. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, III(1), pp. 1-16.
  4. Alupungu, E. et al., 2014. Analysing the sources of internally generated funds and its contributions; evidence from Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.Master’sThesis., Kumasi: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi.
  5. Antwi, J., 2013. Stakeholder Analysis Of Roles And Responsibilities In The Implementation Of Fiscal Decentralization Policy Reform In Ghana. Institute Of Local Government Studies, 213(1), pp. 1-117.
  6. Appiah-Agyekum, N., Danquah, N. &Sakyi, E., 2013. Local government finance in Ghana:Disbursement and utilisation of the MP's share of the District Assemblies Common Fund. Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, 12(5), pp. 90-109.
  7. Atta-Mills, J., Alder, J. &Sumaila, U., 2004. The decline of a regional fishing nation: the case of Ghana and West Africa. Natural Resources Forum, Volume 28, pp. 13-21. .
  8. Bhatnagar, S., 2004. E-governace: Conceptual Framework, Delhi: Sage Publications.
  9. Brooks, C., Hillenbrand, C. & Money, K., 2015. What Stakeholders Expect from Corporations When it comes to Paying tax: Corporate Reputation and Optimal Tax Planning. Henley Business School, pp. 1-120.
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  11. Dyreng, S. & Lindsey, B., 2016. Using financial accounting data to examine the effect of foreign operations located in tax havens and other countries on US multimational firms' tax rates. Journal of Accounting Research, 47(5), pp. 1283-316.
  12. Fisher, J. M., 2014. Fairer Shores: Tax Havens, Tax Avoidance, And Corporate Social Responsibility. Boston University Law Review, 94(337), pp. 336-365.
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Authors:

Paul Asif Ali Naqvi, Abdullah Saeed Sulaiman Bagaba, Sara Ravan Ramzani

Paper Title:

The Consumer Price Index as a Measure of Consumer Price Inflation

Abstract: This study examines the relationship between the Consumer Price Index and consumer price inflation within Malaysia. The purpose is to establish whether or not the Consumer Price Index can be used as an accurate measure of consumer price inflation, the paper contrasts and compares historical data in order to establish a relationship between the two variables. Hence, a correlational methodology and approach has been adopted as is it imperative for an accurate comparison to be drawn. The historical data used and compared ranges from 2014 – 2017 however, a brief history was also required in order to gain an accurate understanding of the Consumer Price Index and inflation within the country, along with the factors that influence it; therefore, data from as far as 1973 was utilized within the literature review. Through this comparative study we can also gain an understanding of the type of impact (in terms of figures) that consumer price inflation has on the Consumer Price Index as either a percentage increase or decrease.

Keywords: consumer price index, inflation, Malaysia.

References:

  1. Bank Negara Malaysia, 2015. INFLATION DEVELOPMENTS. Bank Negara Malaysia Annual Report 2014, [Online]. 37, 85. Available at: http://www.bnm.gov.my/files/publication/ar/en/2014/ar2014_book.pdf [Accessed 26 October 2018].
  2. Bank Negara Malaysia, 2016. INFLATION DEVELOPMENTS. Bank Negara Malaysia Annual Report 2015, [Online]. 60, 120. Available at: http://www.bnm.gov.my/files/publication/ar/en/2015/ar2015_book.pdf [Accessed 26 October 2018].
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  4. Bank Negara Malaysia, 2018. INFLATION OUTLOOK. Bank Negara Malaysia Annual Report 2017, [Online]. 85. Available at: http://www.bnm.gov.my/files/publication/ar/en/2017/ar2017_book.pdf [Accessed 26 October 2018].
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  7. Venkadasalam, Saravanan, 2015. The Determinant of Consumer Price Index in Malaysia. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, [Online]. Vol. 3, N/A. Available at: http://www.joebm.com/papers/344-E00003.pdf [Accessed 27 October 2018].

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Authors:

S. Kaliappan

Paper Title:

Embedded System Based Secured Car Parking System

Abstract: Due to increase in both population and in the usage of cars the city experiences traffic congestion and air pollution. In a way of overcoming these issues, a scheduled parking system must be deployed. As the population increases, number of persons roaming around the city in searching for parking slots also increases. Though many solutions have been proposed, those solutions were not scalable. But this paper proposes a scalable and cost-effective solution for car parking and pre-booking. This can be implement educing sensors and processors .Ultrasonic sensors are placed in each slot for finding the presence of cars and the data of ultrasonic sensor is fed to the Arduino Mega for processing. The processed data is transmitted to the cloud server using Node MCU and that information can be accessible by a user through a mobile application or webpage and mechanical system is added for security purposes.

Keywords: Sensors, Processor, Arduino Mega, Node MCU, Ultrasonic sensor, Cloud server, Mobile application and Webpage.

References:

  1. Pampa Sadhu khan,”AnIoT-based E-Parking System for Smart Cities,” Researchgate.net publication, September 2017.
  2. ArulbelBenela and Dr.K.Jamuna, “Design of Charing Unit for Electric Vehicles Using Solar Power”, IEEE, 29 April 2013.
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  7. XinWang, Member ,IEEE, and Henning Schulzrinne, Senior Member, IEEE “Pricing Network Resources for Adap-tive Applications” IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, June2006.
  8. JatupornChinrungruengUdompornSunantachaikul Sa-tienTriamlumlerd,”Smart Parking: an Application of optical wireless Sensor Network”. Proceeding of the 2007 International Symposiumon Applications and the Internet Workshops 2007
  9. RongxingLu, XiaodongLin, HaojinZhu, and Xuemin(Sherman) Shen ”SPARK: A New VANET-based Smart Parking Scheme for Large Parking Lots” IEEE Communications Society subject matter experts for publication in the IEEE INFOCOM2009.
  10. YanlinPeng, ZakhiaAbicharand J. Morris Chang”Roadside-Aided Routing (RAR) in vehicular networks” IEEE Communications Society subject matter experts for publication in the IEEEICC2006
  11. YanfengGeng, Student Member, IEEE, and Christos G. Cassandras, Fellow, IEEE “A New―Smart Parking” System Based on Resource Allocation and Reservations”IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation systems 2013
  12. Jihoon Yang, Jorge Portilla and Teresa Riesgo”Smart Parking Service based on Wireless Sensor Networks” IEEE, 2012.
  13. L, Kaliappan.S, Ramkumar.R
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  16. L, Kaliappan.S, Ramkumar.R "IOT Based Vegetable Production and Distribution through Big Data Application" IJSART - Volume 3 Issue 2 –FEBRUARY 2017 ISSN [ONLINE]:2395-1052
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  18. Karuppusamy, C. Velmurugan, S. Saran, K. SukanthanBabu,” Investigation On The Microstructure And Wear Characteristics Of Heat Treated Hybrid Aluminium Composites”, Journal Of Advanced Research In Dynamical And Control Systems, Vol. 9,Sp– 6, 2017,Pp.1895-1912.
  19. Mohanraj And G.Anushree,” Design Of Upqc Based On Modular Multilevel Matrix Converter For Mitigation Of Voltage Sag And Current Harmonics”, International Journal Of Pure And Applied Mathematics, Vol.116, No. 11, 2017, Pp.131-139

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Authors:

Tamilarasu Viswanathan, P Maithili

Paper Title:

A Novel Improved Resonant LLC Converter with Minimal Components

Abstract: This paper presented a novel improved resonant LLC converter with minimal components compared with existing design. Conventional Full H-Bridge in converter replace with differential boost for improving the overall gain of the circuit and also able to operated buck, boost and buck-boost. As a result, the component size is significantly reduced and enhance the size and cost of the converter. Different modes of operations presented for understanding the new converter in terms of switching frequency and gain. An Experimental and simulation result confirms the effectiveness of the proposed inverter.

Keywords: Resonant tank, DC-DC converter, buck, boost, buck-boost, switching frequency, inverter, overall gain.

References:

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  3. Sharmitha. andP. Maithili. ”Solar Powered Intelligent Street Lighting System for Highway Application.” International journal of pure and applied mathematics,vol116no11 2017,151-160.
  4. Infineon Technologies: ICE2HS01G datasheet, High Performance Res- onant Mode Controller, V1.1, August 2011.
  5. Malarvizhi, R. Vijayakumar and S. Divyapriya, ”Electrical Demand Response Using Electric Vehicle and Renewable Energy Sources”,International journal of pure and applied mathematics, vol116no11,2017,191-199.
  6. Malarvizhi, R.Kiruba,” A Novel Method Of Supervision And Control Of First Order Level Process Using Internet Of Things” ,Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems,vol9No6,2017,1876-1894.
  7. F. Xiao, K. Lan, L. Zhang, A Quasi-Unipolar SPWM Full-Bridge Transformer less PV Grid-Connected Inverter with Constant Common- ModeVoltage,IEEETrans.PowerElectron.,vol.30,no.6,pp.3122-3132, Jun.2015.
  8. Wang, S. Dusmez, A. Khaligh, Maximum Efficiency Point Tracking Technique for LLC-Based PEV Chargers Through Variable DC Link Control, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron, vol.61, no.11, pp.6041-6049, Nov. 2014.
  9. Beiranvand, B. Rashidian, M. R. Zolghadri, S. M. H. Alavi, A Design Procedure for Optimizing the LLC Resonant Converterasa Wide Output Range Voltage Source,,IEEETrans.PowerElectron.,B.W.-K. Ling, J. Lam,  Computer-vol.27, vol.27, no.7, pp.3243-3256, July 2012.
  10. Lee, S. Cho, G. Moon, Three-Level Resonant Converter with Double Resonant Tanks for High-Input-Voltage Applications, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron, vol.59, no.9, pp.3450-3463, Sept.
  11. Zong, H. Luo, W. Li, X. He, C. Xia, Theoretical Evaluation of Stability Improvement Brought by Resonant Current Loop for Paralleled LLC Converters, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron, vol. 62, no. 7, pp. 4170- 4180, July 2015.
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Authors:

P. Thirumoorthi, Nandini K

Paper Title:

Implementation of Hybrid Controller Based PMSM Drive for Improved Dynamic Response

Abstract: This paper provides a closed loop Field Oriented Control technique incorporating Fuzzy Logic Controller for torque ripple minimization and speed control of permanent magnet synchronous motor drive. The execution of the proposed FLC technique is compared with that of the conventional Proportional Integral controller. The ability of the proposed controller is analyzed in simulation for various operating conditions. The results show that FLC based PMACSM drive provides improved speed and torque response compared to conventional PI controller. The proposed technique is implemented in MATLAB/Simulink.

Keywords: Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor (PMACSM), Field Oriented Control (FOC), Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM), Vector control, Proportional Integral (PI) controller and Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC).

References:

  1. M NasirUddin, JamshidKhastoo, “Fuzzy Logic Based Efficiency Optimization and High Dynamic Performance of IPMSM Drive System in Both Transient and Steady –State Conditions”, IEEE Trans. on Ind.Appl,vol.50,No.6,2014.
  2. Zhenhua Deng, XiaohongNian, “Robust Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors”, IEEE/CAA Journal of AutomaticaSinica, vol.2, No.2, April 2015.
  3. Jiaqi Liu, Chengde Tong, Zengfeng Jin, GuangyuanQiao, Ping Zheng, “Research on System Control and Energy Management Strategy of Flux-Modulated Compound- Structure Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine”,CES Trans. on Electrical Machines and Systems, vol.1, No.2, June 2017.
  4. M Nasir Uddin, “An Adaptive –Filter-Based Torque –Ripple Minimization of a Fuzzy –Logic Controller for Speed Control of IPM Motor Drives”, IEEE Trans. on Ind.Appl.vol.47, No.1, Jan/Feb 2011.
  5. M NasirUddin,MdMuminul Islam Chy, “A Novel Fuzzy Logic Controller Based Torque and Flux Controls of IPM Synchronous Motor”,IEEETrans.on Ind.Appl.vol.46, No.3, May/June 2010.
  6. ShoebHussain, Mohammad AbidBazaz, “Comparative Analysis of Speed Control Strategies for Vector Controlled PMSM Drive”, International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation, 2016.
  7. M NasirUddin, M AzizurRahman, “High Speed Control of IPMACSM Drives Using Improved Fuzzy Logic Algorithms”, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, vol.54, No.1, Feb 2007.
  8. M NasirUddin, Tawfik S Radwan, M AzizurRahman, “Fuzzy Logic Controller Based Cost Effective Four Switch Three Phase Inverter Fed IPM Synchronous Motor Drive System”, IEEE Trans.on Ind.Appl.vol.42, No.1, Jan/Feb 2006.
  9. Thirumoorthi P, and Yadaiah N, “Control of Shunt Active Power Filter using Soft Computing Techniques”, Journal of Vibration and Control, Vol. 20(5), 2014, pp. 713–723
  10. Premalatha, S. Vasantharathna, P.Thirumoorthi and N.Yadaiah, “Harmonic Current Compensation In Self Excited Induction Generator Using Active Filter”, Istanbul University Journal of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Vol. 15 (1), 2015, pp. 1873-1881.nic

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Authors:

P. Thirumoorthi, Raheni T D

Paper Title:

Artificial Neural Network Controlled Shunt Active Power Filter for Minimization of Current Harmonics in Industrial Drives

Abstract: In this paper development of three phase voltage controlled shunt active power filter is designed to compensate the harmonic current present in nonlinear load. The designed system overcomes the limitations of passive filter because of its resonance and bulky size. Voltage controlled shunt active power filter is the effective method for compensating harmonic elements caused by rectifier with RLE (nonlinear) load. In the proposed system classical PI controller is implemented and minimizes the ripple voltage of the DC capacitor voltage. The techniques used to control algorithm deals with the concept of instantaneous power of P-Q theory and a combination of neural network based intelligent technique to calculate three phase reference compensating current. The results ofPI based instantaneous power of P-Q theory and intelligent technique such as artificial neural network based back propagation algorithm is implemented and simulation are carried out in MATLAB/ Simulink environment.

Keywords: PI controller, Voltage Controlled Shunt Active Power Filter (VCSAPF), Artificial Neural Network (ANN), Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)

References:

  1. Tey,L.H,Chu,Y.C “Improvement of power quality using adaptive shunt active filter” ,IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery,vol. 20, April 2005.
  2. Akagi .H, “Modern active filters and traditional passive filters”, Bulletin of the polish academy of technical sciences, vol. 54, no. 3, pp.255-269, 2006.
  3. Ahmed M. Mohammed, “Analysis and simulation of shunt active power filter for harmonic cancellation of nonlinear loads”, Eng& Tech. Journal, vol.28, no.16, 2010.
  4. Thirumoorthi P, N.Shanmugam, Yadaiah N, “Power quality improvement in induction furnance through harmonic current compensation”, International Conference in Green Computing Communication and Electrical Engineering(ICGCCEE),IEEE,DOI-10.1109/ICGCCEE.2014.6922383, 6-8 March 2014.
  5. Anju Jacob, Babitha T Abraham, NishaPrakash and Riya Philip, “ A review of active power filters in power system applications”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering(IJAEREEIE), vol.3, issue:6, June 2014.
  6. Rahmani, A. Hamadi, K. Al-Haddad, and L.A. Dessaint, “A combination of shunt hybrid power filter and thyristor-controlled reactor for power quality”, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 2152–2164, May 2014.
  7. PapanDey and SaadMekhlief, “Current harmonics compensation with three phase four – wire shunt hybrid active power filter based on modified D-Q theory”, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Power Electronics ,vol.8, issue:11, pp. 2265-2280, 2015.
  8. Jarupulasomlal, VenuGopalaRao.Mannam,Narishma Rao.vutlapalli,“Power quality improvement in distribution system using ANN based shunt active power filter”, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 2152–2164, Apr 2015.
  9. Mangaiyarkarasi, P M Balasubramaniam, “Implementation of artificial neural network controlled shunt active power filter for current harmonics compensation”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering ,vol . 4, issue: 5, May 2015.
  10. AbderrahmenBenyamina, Samir Moulahoum, IlhamiColak and RamazanBayindir, “Hybrid fuzzy logic artificial neural network controller for shunt active power filters”, International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications, Nov 2016.
  11. Badoni, Bhim Singh and Alka Singh, “Implementation of echo – state network based control for power quality improvement”, IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics, 2016.
  12. Tah, AnupK.Panda and BibhuP.Panigrahi, “ Shunt active power filter based on radial basis function neural network and p-q power theory”, International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive System (IJPEDS) , vol. 8, no.2, pp – 667-676, June 2017.

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Authors:

Ram Prabu J, Pavithra R, Aswini N, Francis Brindha A

Paper Title:

Wireless Smart Biometric Attendance System

Abstract: The most generally utilized techniques for taking participation in the classroom is by calling the learners to physically sign the participation sheet which is ordinarily passed around the study room while the educator is driving the lecture. In past, the records are taken physically and maintained the student’s records. It was an inconvenient job for the teachers. To overcome these issues, we develop a smart biometric attendance system which takes participation of understudy and keeping up its presence in a scholastic establishment. With the assistance of a unique mark sensor module and every student presence are saved on a PC. Through wireless transfer system reports are saved on the computer system.

Keywords: Arduino UNO, Fingerprint sensor, Zigbee and GSM Modules

References:

  1. MurizahKassim, HasbullahMazlan, NorlizaZaini, Muhammad KhidhirSalleh “Web-based Student Attendance System using RFID Technology” 2012 IEEE.
  2. Rasagna, Prof. C. Rajendra “SSCM: A Smart System for College Maintenance” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & technology, may 2012.
  3. LI Jian-po, ZHU Xu-ning, LI Xue, ZHANG Zhi-ming “Wireless Fingerprint Attendance System Based on ZigBee Technology” 2010 IEEE.
  4. Shoewu, O.A. Idowu “Development of Attendance Management System using Biometrics” The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, May 2012.
  5. Rajasekar, S. Vivek “Wireless Fingerprint Attendance System using ZigBee Technology” International Journal of Power Control Signal and Computation (IJPCSC), Vol3. No1. Jan-Mar 2012.
  6. ZatinSinghal, Rajneesh Kumar Gujral “Anytime Anywhere- Remote Monitoring of Attendance System based on RFID using GSM Network” International Journal of Com-puter Applications, February 2012
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  9. J Ramprabu, K nandini ” Tamper-proofing of Embedded System Software”, International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT), Volume 3, Issue 4, October 2013.
  10. Nethaji Kumar D, L.Bharathi, R Mahadevan,” Polynomial Time Routing Algorithm To Identify Shortest Path In A Distributed Wireless Networks”, International Journal Of Innovations In Scientific Andnal Of Innovations In Scientific And Engineering Research, Vol .4, Iss. 10,2017, Pp. 204-208.
  11. Vijayanandh R , Senthil Kumar M, Vasantharaj C , Raj Kumar G, Soundarya S ,” Numerical Study On Structural Health Monitoring For Unmanned Aerial Vehicle”, Journal Of Advanced Research In Dynamical And Control Systems, Vol. 9, Sp– 6 , 2017, Pp. 1937-1958.
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Authors:

Tamilarasu Viswanathan, R Rajesh

Paper Title:

Minimax Optimization of PV Panel Specifications for Different Temperatures

Abstract: Mini-max optimization scheme used for identify the PV Panel parameters for different temperatures is presented. PV panel parameters such as output current and voltage with temperatures ideal data taken into account for optimization.Analysis done for both normal and abnormal temperatures.Initially, the data sheet parameters use for setting default values for settingthe optimizationriteria. This values are developed from Short circuit current and corresponding resistances. After the optimization,the value minimize the maximum values responsible for deviation in the optimization produce improved results. Error in the optimization produce improved results. Error calculation done or showing the accuracy of the proposed method and optimization curve match with presented data.

Keywords: PV panel specification, Mini-max Optimization, Temperature variation, Data Extraction

References:

  1. SureshkumarandP.Maithili,“ThreePhaseLoadBalancingandEnergy Loss Reduction in Distributio
    Network Using Labview”, International journal of pure & applied mathematics, vol116no11,2017,181-189.
  2. Jiang, LianLian, Douglas L. Maskell, and Jagdish C. Patra. ”Parameter estimation of solar cells and modules using an improved adaptive differential evolution algorithm.” Applied Energy 112 (2013): 185-193.
  3. Malarvizhi, R. Vijayakumar and S. Divyapriya, “Electrical Demand Response Using Electric Vehicle and Renewable Energy Sources”, International journal of pure & applied mathematics 116.11 (2017):191-199.
  4. ManikandaPrasath K, Balaji M,” A Green Supply Chain Agility Index For E- Commerce Business: An Indian Perspective Using Interpretive Structural Modeling”Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems,Vol9no6, 2017, pp1913-1925.
  5. Xu, Shuhui, and Yong Wang. ”Parameter estimation of photovoltaic modules using a hybrid flower pollinationalgorithm.” Energy Conver- sion and Manage ment 144 (2017): 53-68.

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Authors:

Tamilarasu Viswanathan, S Suryaprakash, P Abinesh

Paper Title:

Spread Spectrum Modulation for Multi-Input DC-DC Converter

Abstract: This project develops spread spectrum modulation for multi-input buck DC-DC converter, with a low number of components. At the same time, independent power transfer capability is provided for input sources. With the use of a battery without any additional switches the power flow capability has been provided. It is best suited for hybrid energy systems or hybrid electric vehicle / electric vehicle applications. Various functional methods of the proposed topology were provided. Subsequently, a common relationship proposed to be proposed to calculate the critical stimulus calculation of the proposed n-input pug topology. Furthermore, a simple proportional control output is used to regulate the voltage and assign a portion of the power to supply each internal source. The tentry edition was modeled on modeling and simulation modeling in the proteus software to ensure the authenticity of the proposed topology and theoretical concepts.

Keywords: This project develops spread spectrum modulation for multi-input buck DC-DC converter, with a low number of components. At the same time, independent power transfer capability is provided for input sources. With the use of a battery without any additional switches the power flow capability has been provided. It is best suited for hybrid energy systems or hybrid electric vehicle / electric vehicle applications. Various functional methods of the proposed topology were provided. Subsequently, a common relationship proposed to be proposed to calculate the critical stimulus calculation of the proposed n-input pug topology. Furthermore, a simple proportional control output is used to regulate the voltage and assign a portion of the power to supply each internal source. The tentry edition was modeled on modeling and simulation modeling in the proteus software to ensure the authenticity of the proposed topology and theoretical concepts.

References:

  1. Premalatha and P. Thirumoorthi, ”Fuzzy Logic Based Direct Torque Control of Three Phase Induction Motor”. IJPAM 116.11 (2017): 171- 179.
  2. Cui; V. Adrian; B. H. Gwee; J. S. Chang, ”A Noise-Shaped Ran- domized Modulation for Switched-Mode DC-DC Converters,” in IEEETransactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers , vol.PP, no.99, pp.1-12.
  3. R Kavitha and Rani Thottungal, ”Design and Stability Analysis of Buck- Boost Converter for Harnessing Energy From Bicycle Pedaling.” IJPAM 116.11 (2017): 161-169.
  4. Keerthana, B.G. Geetha, 3 P. Kanmani,” Crustose Using Shape Features And Color Histogram With KnearestNeighbour Classifiers”, International Journal Of Innovations In Scientific And Engineering Research, Vol. 4, Iss. 9,2017,Pp. 199-203.
  5. Malarvizhi, R.Kiruba,” A Novel Method Of Supervision And Control Of First Order Level Process Using Internet Of Things”, Journal Of Advanced Research In Dynamical And Control Systems, Vol. 9, Sp– 6 , 2017, Pp. 1876-1894.
  6. L, Suriya.P And Sindhuja.V.P,” Automating The Irrigation System”, International Journal Of Pure And Applied Mathematics, Vol.116, No. 11,2017, Pp. 211-219.

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Authors:

R. Kavitha, Niranjana C, M. Nirmala, S. Surya Prakash

Paper Title:

Intelligent Transport and Safety Assisting System

Abstract: The novel concept Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) has been framed in this paper that provides accident detection system, seat belt monitoring, vehicle pollution monitoring and density based dynamic traffic control. Accident Detection system provides the information about the accident cases occurred in a place through GPS and GSM where the vibration of the vehicles after a certain limit is indicated using vibration sensor. In pollution monitoring system if the quality of emission of gas from the vehicle is not at standard rates it is detected by gas detection sensor and high emission is indicated by an alarm. When the seat belt is locked the motor gets triggered and starts the vehicle else the motor remains non- triggered. The traffic can be controlled dynamically using sensors and it sends data to the controller based on the density at each intersection of the junction. All these information assist the user to enhance the efficiency and accuracy.

Keywords: ITS, Density control, Safety assistant.

References:

  1. Qi, Liang, MengChu Zhou, and WenJing Luan. "A two-level traffic light control strategy for preventing incident-based urban traffic congestion." IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems   19, Issue: 1, pp. 13 – 24, Jan. 2018.
  2. -S. Huang, Y.-S. Weng, and M. C. Zhou, “Modular design of urban traffic-light control systems based on synchronized timed Petri nets,” IEEE Trans. Intell. Transp. Syst., vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 530–539, Apr. 2013.
  3. Qi, M. C. Zhou, and W. J. Luan, “Emergency traffic-light control system design for intersections subject to accidents,” IEEE Trans. Intell. Transp. Syst., vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 170–183, Jan. 2016.
  4. Li, Zhiyi, et al. "A hierarchical framework for intelligent traffic management in smart cities." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, Early Access ,pp. 1 - 1 (2017).
  5. Sathya, D., and Ganesh Kumar. "Secured data aggregation in wireless sensor networks." Sensor Review3 (2018): 369-375.
  6. Sabitha, B., Akila, K., Krishna Kumar, S., Mohan, D., Nisanth, P. “Open CV based autonomous RC car ”, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems 2017.
  7. Osorio and K. Nanduri, “Energy-efficient urban traffic management: A microscopic simulation-based approach,” Transp. Sci., vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 637–651, 2015.
  8. Jahangiri, Arash, Vincent J. Berardi, and SaharGhanipoorMachiani. "Application of Real Field Connected Vehicle Data for Aggressive Driving Identification on Horizontal Curves." IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation SystemsEarly Access,pp. 1 – 9,  (2017).
  9. McGurrin, “Vehicle information exchange needs for mobility applications exchange: Version 2.0,” U.S. Dept. Transp., Res. Innov. Technol. Admin., Washington, DC, USA, Tech. Rep. FHWA-JPO-12-021, Aug. 2012.
  10. Meyer, M.; Milot, D.: Lightweight and compact braking system for fast deceleration. In: ATZworldwide 119 (2017), No. 4, pp. 26–29
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Authors:

Arulananth TS, Praveen Sagar S, Anusha B

Paper Title:

VLSI Design of An Area & Time Efficient Design of Overloaded CDMA Architecture Using Han Carlson Adder

Abstract: On-chip interconnects are the performance bottleneck in modern system-on-chips. Code-division multiple accesses (CDMA) have been proposed to implement on-chip crossbars due to its fixed latency, reduced arbitration overhead, and higher bandwidth. In this paper, we advance overloaded CDMA interconnect (OCI) to enhance the capacity of CDMA network-on-chip (NoC) crossbars by increasing the number of usable spreading codes. Serial-OCI and P-OCI architecture variants are presented to adhere to different area, delay, and power requirements. Compared with the conventional CDMA crossbar, on a Xilinx Spartan-3E FPGA kit, the serial OCI crossbar achieves 100% higher bandwidth, 31% less resource utilization, and 45% power saving, while the parallel OCI crossbar achieves N times higher bandwidth compared with the serial OCI crossbar at the expense of increased area and power consumption. Further to increase the speed of OCI crossbar we are implementing Han Carlson adder in place of parallel adder architecture The use of Han-Carlson adder gives better performance than the existing system by 38% area reduced and 49% speed increased.

Keywords: Code-division multiple access (CDMA) interconnect, CDMA router, network-on-chip (NoC), NoC physical layer, overloaded CDMA crossbar, Carry Select Adder, Han Carlson adder.

References:

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Authors:

Nekkanti Haripavan, Nandyala Sivakishan

Paper Title:

Identification of Development Dynamics in the Krishna Eastern Delta and Its Future Impacts on Water Availability and Quality with Focus on Soil Productivity and Its Degradation

Abstract: Water is a precious resource for life to exist on planet Earth. Already the water demand exceeds supply in many parts of the world. The water resources are finite and currently under tremendous pressure due to vagaries of nature and population growth. The over-exploitation and mismanagement of this resource is exerting detrimental impact both in the catchment and command areas. The Water Use in the Krishna District is likely to increase at least by 50% due to rapid population growth, industrialization and agriculture in the next 20 years. The current emphasis is more on economic development and not on environmental safety and sustainability. Many river basins are becoming closed in South India, in which additional water is conserved at various upstream points affects the people using the water at downstream side and brings in large conflicts between upstream and downstream users. It is evident that the closure of Krishna basin and the resulting drastic shortfall of irrigation water to the Krishna river delta and land use dynamics had their serious impacts on crop, land, soil and environment on a decadal scale. We have already witnessed how the Kolleru fresh water lake ecosystem has deteriorated in a short span of two to three decades. Mismanagement of water resources is causing salt water intrusion in the coastal regions of maritime states. Ingress of sea water deep in to inland aquifers, soil salinity due to use of chemical agricultural inputs and brackish water aquaculture are leading to land degradation. In this view, timely and reliable data of the extent, spatial patterns, and nature temporal behaviour is a pre-requisite. In the light of above, an updated digital spatial database of Krishna district has been generated on lithology, structure, geomorphology and hydrology by adopting geospatial technologies coupled with traditional or conventional data sets for identifying ground water potential zones in Krishna district. This paper aims at highlighting some insights into the groundwater and surface water dynamics of the the Krishna Eastern Delta and the Inter-deltaic plain of Kolleru Lake system.

Keywords: GIS, CRDA, NBSS

References:

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Authors:

P. Pradeep, S. Harish, D. Ravikanth, Malathi Narra

Paper Title:

Performance Based Congestion Control using Video Graphic Volume Count for an Uncontrolled Intersections in Vijayawada City – A Case Study

Abstract: The rapid changing in environment of traffic has impacted and led to the problem of traffic congestion. Vijayawada has been mentioned as a city that is developing rapidly which has caused changes in social structure extensively. The expansion area of the city has been expanded fragmentally based on basic infrastructure, the transportation infrastructure can’t support the growth of economy and rapid increase in population. Due to traffic congestion many huge problems are occurring like wastage of time, accidents, wastage of money, pollution etc. To overcome all these problems congestion control measures should be adopted and we selected a corridor in Vijayawada city having uncontrolled intersections are evaluated using video graphic technique.

Keywords: traffic, pollution, video graphic technique

References:

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Authors:

P. Sai Mahesh Reddy, D.V. Siva Sankara Reddy, M. Jugal Kishore, K. Siva Kiran

Paper Title:

Analyzing Strength Characteristics of Self Compacting Concrete by using Hair Fibre as a Partial Replacement of Cement

Abstract: In a field of construction, eco-friendly, cost and time are the three key factors which every civil engineer have to satisfies, For that purpose we use human hair which is going as a waste in our experimental study and determining the positive effect in the properties of concrete as fibre reinforced concrete. Annually 40 tones of hair is available throughout the world causing problems in degradation, by using hair as a fragmentary replacement of cement in concrete can reduce environmental problems. Though hair is a typical bio-degradable matter available in abundance at cheaper cost so that we can also reduce some cement content and cost factor. On the other hand a new technology named self-compacting concrete which is developed by the skilled work man ship is used. Using SCC can shorten the time and decrease the cost of building process. SCC has good elastic property in fresh state and have high resistance to segregation, it can spread under gravity due to its self weight without any vibration or compaction. The incorporation of randomly distributed hair fibre in SCC enhances its tensile property (i.e. human hair is strong in tension), and effective in delaying micro cracks and also hope combination of these two made a new technology views saving environment and making a construction with ease come reducing cost and saving the time of project. Experiments were conducted on concrete cubes of standard sizes (0.15m3) with addition of different proportions of human hair fibres (i.e. 0%, 0.25%, 0.5%, 0.75%, and 1%) by weight of cement. In this work, fly ash is used as mineral admixture and PCE based super plasticizer as chemical admixture for achieving fluidity nature. For each percentage of hair fibre added in concrete, the 7 days, 14 days and 28 days compressive strength of cubes are obtained by crushing in compression testing machine.

Keywords: Self compacting concrete; Fibre reinforced concrete; Human air fibre; Fly ash; Compression testing

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Authors:

J. Maha Kavya Sri, Narendra VG, VidyaPai

Paper Title:

Implementing and Testing of IoT Technology in Agriculture

Abstract: Agriculture involves various physical quantities that need to be monitored and controlled. IoT have several capabilities which are suitable for implementing Precise Agriculture. IoT architecture involves sensors, nodes and computing which can be edge, fog and cloud computing. In IoT there has been a need of communication between nodes, nodes and gateway and gateways to cloud. Different protocols are used at different layers of IoT architecture for communication. Those must be analysed for selecting appropriate protocol for an application. As IoT uses low power devices resources must be utilized properly. There has been a need of low bandwidth, low power communication protocols both in application and network layers to support heavy traffic in power constrained devices. In this paper detailed comparison is made between application layer protocols used in IoT namely MQTT and HTTP for their suitability in IoT applications.  

Keywords: IOT, HTTP, MQTT.

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Authors:

Amjan Shaik, B. Madhurima, M. Neelakantappa

Paper Title:

An Approach to Zero Knowledge Proof for Secure Data Sharing in Cloud Storage: New Direction

Abstract: Now a days, Cloud computing (CC) is seriously growing because of it’s strengths like elastic, flexible, on-demand storage and fast computing services for users. In cloud based storage concept, data owner does not have full control over own data because data controlled by the third party called cloud service providers (CSP). The most challenging issue in data security arises when the owner of the data shares to other through cloud. This issue is very common as data is shared in the cloud computing environment. This issue is addressed by few researchers through encryption techniques of cryptography to provide secure data-sharing on the cloud. In this paper, we propose a model to provide security of shared data on cloud in terms of access control and data confidentiality. This system eliminates the need of key management and file encryptions and descriptions by the users. It also supports dynamic changes of user permissions (Read,Write), there by removes the need of owner to be always online during user accessing of data from cloud. In this system, we extended the notion of zero-knowledge proofs of the membership (that reveals 1 bit of information) to zero-knowledge proofs of the knowledge(that reveals no information at all). The common weakness of conventional communication protocols is they are vulnerable to the impersonation attacks. Each time this type of protocol is executed, the system degrades due to the threat of an eavas-dropper listening the communication. The main objective of this designed system is that it makes possible for a prover for convincing a verifier of his knowledge of a certain secret without revealing any information apart from validity of his claim.

Keywords: Cloud computing, cloud storage, Data security, cloud service provider, secure sharing, cryptography.

References:

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Authors:

T. Prasad P. Chinna Srinivasa Rao , B. Vijay Kiran

Paper Title:

Study on Mechanical Behaviour of Hybrid Composites

Abstract: Composite containing more than one type of fiber is known as hybrid composites. Natural fibers and artificial fibers can be used for fabrication of Hybrid composites. Hybrid composites will give mechanical properties than fiber reinforced composites. The element of fibers in Hybrid composite, the elements of fibers can be changed in different ways leading to variation in its properties. For preparing the hybrid composites using different fibres reinforced with matrix. Hybrid composite has wider applications across industries such as aerospace, automobiles, Marine etc. In this paper, fabrication of hybrid composites is done manually using hand layup method. It is then subjected to a compressive load for thorough distribution of resin in respective lamina. The fabricated composite is tested for its flexural and tensile properties. The result obtained are further analyzed for the study of the material fabricated.

Keywords: Hybrid composites, Natural fibers, fabrication, Tensile, Flexural

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Authors:

P R Anisha, B Vijaya Babu

Paper Title:

EBPS: Effective Method for Early Breast Cancer Prediction using Wisconsin Breast Cancer Dataset

Abstract: Machine considering is a branch of computerized reasoning that contain a dissemination of factual, probabilistic and enhancement systems that enable PCs to "examine" from past illustrations and to run over hard to recognized examples from vast , loud or muddled data units. These abilities are exceptionally pleasantly alluring to logical bundles, principally those that rely on confounded proteomic and genomic estimations. In this paper, we dissected the bosom Cancer actualities to be had from the Wisconsin dataset from UCI gadget learning with the reason for creating exact expectation rendition for bosom growth and proposed Effective Breast Cancer Prediction System. The proposed variant is in examination with introducing approaches in expressions of exactness, specificity and missteps cost.

Keywords: UCI gadget learning

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Authors:

G. Balram , D. Gurvinder Singh

Paper Title:

IoT-Health Check-Up using Arduino Microcontroller 

Abstract: Health, an important biological system for the human where the sickness rises or fall according to the immune system are clubbed with the technologies of IoT to form a scenario of Health Monitoring. Though they're meant to assist folks, the response and attitude to apply such new gadgets by methods for the oldsters can be amazing, especially among the more established. A fall event is one in all the most factors that impact the physical buddy degreed mental wellness of a more seasoned character. mishaps related with falls include physical harms like coronary heart attacks, bone breaks, and general creature tissue sores. A fall has furthermore sensational mental impacts since it fundamentally lessens the sureness and autonomy of influenced people. valuable asset time exploitation wi-fi sensors has achieved a high level of development and responsibleness and thus those gadgets are as of now being conveyed in homes/nursing homes to be utilized for managing people's wellbeing. in this task, friend certificate expanded fall location contraption is anticipated more seasoned individual comment that is upheld down to earth sensors worn at the body and in activity through customer home systems.The sensible devices contain the temperature sensor, blood pressure, and heartbeat device, these device values are measured by a microcontroller unit (MCU) and it transmits to the computer through the cloud (Wi-Fi). It’ll receive the device values and store into the info base. If any device price exceeds the limit it'll indicate the corresponding person.

Keywords: Arduino, health observance, IOT.

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Authors:

K.Vinay kumar

Paper Title:

High Efficient Three Phase Harmonics Elimination System for Induction Motor

Abstract: Symphonious relief may be a key issue in mechanical and conjointly business drive applications. The wide utilization of non-direct hundreds causes vital power quality debasement up to the mark dissemination systems. The planned strategy is made to agitate sounds in grid connected (GC) mode, and within the islanded or freelance (SA) methodology of task, wherever the elemental target is to expel the harmonic from the framework current and also the point of common coupling (PCC) voltage. The arranged position of the agreeable decline unit deals with the work of a novel controller structure that utilizes the sounds measure inside the d-q reference outline. Inside the arranged administration figuring, the predetermined live of change for consonant is made plans to fulfill the blend amicable curving. a total amusement indicate is made with a chose complete objective to watch the execution of the arranged consonant compensator. The arranged methodology is also existent by interfacing acceptance machine to the yield and execution of the engine is analyzed using Matlab/Simulink programming.

Keywords: Total harmonic Distortion, Point of Common Coupling, Induction Motor Drive, Grid Connected Mod

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Authors:

Moinuddin K Syed. K. Raghuveer

Paper Title:

A Novel Research on Improving the Overall Efficiency Among Hard Switching and Soft Switching Circuits using Optimization Techniques

Abstract: In recent years, Photovoltaic (PV) renewable energies are considered as an essential source of non-polluting and cost-free energy. be that as it may, the execution of the predominant enhance converter is diminished because of hard and smooth exchanging which makes misfortunes while the switches are moved toward becoming ON/OFF. so as to beat those inconveniences, this paper proposed novel investigations for boosting the effectiveness of delicate exchanging enhance converter the use of advancement method. in this, the delicate exchanging raise converter with R-load and RL-stack are propelled the utilization of a Simple Auxiliary Resonant Circuit (SARC) which includes the switch, diode, capacitor, and inductor. This circuit is used to operate the main switch with Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) and Zero Current Switching (ZCS). In addition, Cat Swarm Optimization (CSO) algorithm is used to improve the performance of PI controller by upgrading the controller gain. The exam and approval of the proposed delicate changing help converter making use of CSO calculation were reenacted in MATLAB Simulink programming. The endeavor results reveal that the sensitive changing assist converter utilising R-stack accomplishes faded variances and replacing misfortunes than utilising RL-stack. also, the outcomes exhibit that the talent of the proposed delicate replacing assist converter is upgraded with the aid of approximately 4.five% utilizing cat swarm optimization (CSO) than the hard switching boost converter.

Keywords: Photovoltaic (PV) cell; Soft switching boost converter; hard switching boot converter; Cat Swarm Optimization (CSO); Simple Auxiliary Resonant Circuit (SARC).

References:

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Authors:

J. Shiva Prashanth, Shaik. Gousiya Begum

Paper Title:

Congestion Control in Spatial Networks During Disasters

Abstract: Extensive quantities of algorithms have been proposed to solve shortest path inquiry issues for static or time dependent spatial networks; be that as it may, these algorithms don't perform well to discover the nearest shelter with fastest paths in a disaster circumstances. In a disasters, path figured through existing algorithms and saved as the fastest may end up harmed. ONSC approach provides optimal path in a disaster circumstance however doesn’t manage with congestion control. To tackle this issue, this paper proposes a strategy to diminish the travelling time with an existing dynamic network :display, which is called an Event dependent network, to represent a spatial network in a disaster which assist the general population with choose the optimal path by giving weight-factor(in percentage) of the congestion in the road network.

Keywords: Congestion control, Event dependent network, Path planning and Disaster management.

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Authors:

Sundilla Ravi, D. Krishna

Paper Title:

Improvement of Dynamic Performance of Induction Motor Drives by using FLC Based MPFC

Abstract: This project proposes a model predictive flux control (MPFC) system based SVM for IM drive supplied by a three-level - neutral-point -clamped (3L-NPC) inverter with fuzzy logic controller. MPTC is a sort of effective control strategy for high operation of IM drives, which manages one of a kind momentary powerful reaction. be that as it may, MPTC experiences dull and time extreme alignment work for the weighting components, which is an obstacle for its utility, especially in the staggered converters. To fathom this inconvenience, it proposes MPFC machine principally dependent on SVM for IM drive. by methods for interpreting references of torque and stator motion size into an equivalent new stator motion vector reference, MPFC disposes of the utilization for weighting components. Fundamentally based at the FLC the pristine stator transition vector is the transpose to a voltage vector reference. that is then incorporated by means of a SVM square. The power of the proposed controller is confirmed by method for utilizing Matlab/Simulink in expressions nation and dynamic reactions.

Keywords: Induction motor drive, MPFC, SVM, Fuzzy logic controller and Matlab/Simulink.

References:

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Authors:

Wendrila Biswas, Debarun Chakraborty

Paper Title:

Effect of HRM practices in implementation and adoption of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) in some selected manufacturing industries of Midnapore district of West Bengal – an empirical analysis

Abstract: Managing the workforce of the manufacturing companies has always been a challenging and onerous task with the Human Resource (HR) department. In this platform, the department plays a strategic role in creating an employee oriented and productive workplace; advancing a positive work environment. The department maintains its efficacy through solid information system infrastructure which easily aligns with that of the business objectives. Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is a key tool that strengthens the functioning of the different HR practices in the organization and brings decisive results. The system enhances applications such as human resource planning, career- planning, training projections, monitoring employee performance, analyzing data regarding the human resource thereby making strategic reports. The growing need of reinforcing and corroborating human resource management functionalities, HRIS has been well accepted in organizations today. For the survey, primary data was collected based on convenience sample. The feedback was taken from the different HR staffs and officials of the selected manufacturing companies. Response rate turned to 92 %. Multiple regression Analysis was conducted on the proposed research model and was found that the Training and Development practices have the most significant influence in adoption of HRIS in organizations. 

Keywords: Human Resource (HR) department, Human Resource Information System, efficacy, strategic reports

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Authors:

V. Thrimurthulu, N S Murti Sarma

Paper Title:

Interference Mitigation Techniques for Advanced Cellular Communications using MIMO Based Smart Antenna Beam forming

Abstract:  Wireless Communication Technology has developed many folds over the past few years. One of the most reliable techniques to enhance the data rates is called Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) wherein severa gathering mechanical assemblies are used each on the transmitter and the authority. various signs are transmitted from differing radio wires on the transmitter utilizing an equivalent repeat and segregated in space. restrictive channel estimation techniques are connected so as to condemn at the substantial effects of the medium blessing. in this paper, we look at and realize particular estimation structures for MIMO OFDM Systems such as Least Squares (LS), Minimum Mean Square Error (MMSE), Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA) and linear Pre-coding. These techniques are therefore compared to effectively estimate the channel in MIMO OFDM Systems.There are a few versatile beam forming strategies like LMS (slightest mean square) calculation beam forming, RLS (recursive minimum square) computation beam forming methodology. They are especially convincing procedures to relieve the obstruction

Keywords: MIMO, LMS, RLS, OFDM

References:

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Authors:

S. Sasikala, M. Bharathi, B. R. Sowmiya

Paper Title:

Lung Cancer Detection and Classification Using Deep CNN

Abstract: Lung cancer is one of the most killerdiseases in the developing countries and the detection of the cancer at the early stage is a challenge. Analysis and cure of lung malignancy have been one of the greatest difficulties faced by humans over the most recent couple of decades. Early identification of tumor would facilitate in sparing a huge number of lives over the globe consistently. This paper presents an approach which utilizes a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to classify the tumors found in lung as malignant or benign. The accuracy obtained by means of CNN is 96%, which is more efficient when compared to accuracy obtained by the traditional neural network systems.

Keywords: Lung cancer, Computed Tomography, Chest CT image, Neural Network, Deep Learning, Convolutional Neural Network

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Authors:

Pavan Kumar K, S.V.N Srinivasu

Paper Title:

An Approach for Extracting Viewpoint Patterns using Geometric Directions

Abstract: Vast improvement in technology significantly increases in the collection of images in a huge quantity. Most of the technologies like IoT, sensors, scanners, point of sales, internet, etc. are gathering the data in the form of images. Image processing researchers introduces many algorithms to process the images and tried to extract information from the images. Due to the drastic development in data mining research give you an idea about the way for extracting the value from the data which helps to improve the business and image database is not an exception for this. Many researchers are trying to present the algorithm in the image mining area for extracting the value from the image data databases. Recently Wynne Hsu, Jing Dai, and Mong Li Lee introduced new type of patterns called viewpoint patterns which exhibit the invariant relationship between the objects. But the algorithm suffers from costly operation of building the object table at every level. We design a new algorithm for extracting the viewpoint patterns which builds the object table only once and uses this information at every level and our algorithm is based on the relationship between the objects only.

Keywords: Image mining, viewpoint patterns, data mining, invariant relationship

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Authors:

Y. Suresh, S. V. N Srinivasu

Paper Title:

Image mining, viewpoint patterns, data mining, invariant relationship

Abstract: The use of biometrics has increased drastically with the evolution in hardware and software technology. Matching of finger prints are used for two types of system is used for two types of applications; one is finger print verification and another one is finger print identification. The fingerprint identification is computationally expensive one. In this paper we are proposing a approach for fingerprint classification and our main contribution in this paper is we consider the cost of minimums spanning tree constructed using the set of points represents the ridge bifurcation of ridge endings of the fingerprint and also we considered the special points which are participating in more than s triangles in Delaunay triangulation.

Keywords: Biometrics, Finger prin, WFMT, Delaunay Triangle

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Authors:

S.V.G. Reddy, K. Thammi Reddy, V. Valli Kumari

Paper Title:

Optimization of Deep Learning using Various Optimizers, Loss Functions and Dropout

Abstract: Deep Learning is gaining lot of prominence due to its break through results in various fields like Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Time Series Analysis, Health Care etc. Earlier, the Deep Learning was implemented using the batch and stochastic gradient descent algorithms and some optimizers which lead to very less performance of the models. But today, lot of work is going on for the enhancement of the performance of Deep Learning using various optimization techniques. So, in this context, It is proposed to build a Deep Learning model using various Optimizers (Adagrad, RmsProp, Adam), Loss functions (mean squared error, binary cross entropy) and Dropout concept for the Convolutional neural networks and Recurrent neural networks and verify the performance such as Accuracy and Loss of the model. The proposed model has achieved maximum Accuracy when Adam optimizer and mean squared error loss function are applied on convolutional neural networks and the model is run with minimum Loss when the same Adam optimizer and mean squared error loss function are applied on Recurrent neural networks. While performing the Regularization of the model, the maximum Accuracy is achieved when the Dropout with a minimum fraction ‘p’ of nodes is applied on convolutional neural networks and the model has run with minimum Loss when the same dropout value is applied on Recurrent neural networks. 

Keywords: Deep Learning, Convolutional Neural Networks, CNN, Recurrent Neural Networks, RNN, Computer Vision, Natural language processing, Time Series Analysis. 

References:

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Authors:

A. Raveendra, K. Sri Noothan Reddy

Paper Title:

Infinitely Variable Valve Lifting

Abstract: A new mechanism of Inlet Camshaft with valve lift varying infinitely for Internal Combustion engines is presented. In this, the valve opening and closing is done by a three-dimensional cam or camoid with a translating spherical follower. And the camoid is actuated by a Governor which rotates about a horizontal axis. Also, the design procedure for spring and analytical expressions for Governor are generated. And the design of camoid profile is defended by employing the theory of envelope. A numerical example is given to explain the application of the approach.  

Keywords: Camoid, Governor,Variable Valve Lifting.

References:

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Authors:

A. Raveendra, Mohammed Abdul Mubashir

Paper Title:

Design and Analysis of Leaf Spring for Heavy Weight Vehicles using Composite Materials

Abstract: At present, we can find numerous leaf springs made up of steel which are utilized for the purpose of suspension of light weight to heavy weight vehicles. It is discovered that the conventional leaf springs and unsprung weight to the vehicle and diminishes its fuel efficiency. Since the composite materials are the advanced materials with higher strength to weight ration and higher corrosion resistance, they are found as the potential substitutes for these traditional metallic leaf springs. In this paper composite materials like E-Glass epoxy, S-glass epoxy, carbon fibre reinforced polymer and kelvar are used against the conventional steel for heavy weight vehicles with the objective to minimize the weight of the vehicle. Modelling of the spring is done in CATIA and analysis is carried out in ANSYS.

Keywords: E-Glass epoxy, S-Glass Epoxy, Carbon fiber reinforced polymer, kelvar, steel leaf spring, catia and ansys

References:

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Authors:

K. Shimola

Paper Title:

A Study on Soil Stabilization using Sugarcane Bagasse Ash

Abstract: Soil is the base of a structure which helps in equally distributing the load and supports the super structure and foundation. If the soil stability is not adequate then failure of structure takes place in form of settlement,cracks. Black cotton soil are also called as expansive soils which is is responsible for such situations and is due to presence of mineral called montmorillonite in it, which experience shrinkage and swelling. To overcome this properties of soil are improved by mechanical and chemical process known as soil stabilisation. Many research has been conducted for stabilisation of soil by using cementing, chemical materials like flyash,calcium chloride, sodium chloride etc. In India, limited techniques are followed in agricultural waste disposal. India is second largest country in the production of sugarcane with 341,400 thousand metric annual tones(TMT) produce.Western Maharastra is pioneer in production of sugarcane in large quantities sugar cane factories produce waste after extraction of sugarcane juice in machines and that waste after burning produce ash known as bagasse ash. It is made up of fibrous material having silica and puzzolonic in nature which improves the physical properties of black cotton soil. Experiments are conducted on black cotton soil by partially replacing bagasse ash (4%,8%,12%,16%,20%). Black cotton soil properties of are increased at 16 % by replacing of bagasse ash not including any chemicals.

Keywords: Soil Stabilisation, Black Cotton Soil, Bagasse Ash, Unconfined Compression Test, Maximum Dry Density )

References:

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  2. Gandhi, K.S. (2012) “Expansive Soil Stabilization using Bagasse Ash,” International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, 1(5), 1-3.
  3. Manikandan, A. & Moganraj, M. 2014, 'Consolidation and Rebound Characteristics of Expansive Soil by Using Lime and Bagasse Ash', International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, vol. 03, no. 04, pp. 403-11.
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Authors:

M. Swami Das, A. Govardhan, D. Vijaya Lakshmi

Paper Title:

An Approach for Minimizing the Response Time and Improving Availability of Web Services

Abstract: The worldwide use of the Web-based application is increasing rapidly in various domains like E-commerce, banking etc. The Web users use mobiles, smart devices, laptops and PC. The devices use communication protocols with the Internet based web application. Web services are APIs, design application use of SOA Architecture, SOAP, UDDI and WSDL specifications. In this paper, we have discussed the basic elements, the applications to require high-quality parameters related to computer networking, operating system, software related parameters, response time and availability. The minimum response time to invoke operations with use of Optimized Multi-level Shortest Remaining Time CPU scheduling algorithm to minimize the waiting time to achieve high availability of services even in failure of the system the recovery procedures by providing backup, elastic and Fault-tolerant services. We have used the QWS dataset, Dream set and Grid dataset for experiments. The experiments on this dataset improved performance minimizing response time (RT) and increased availability

Keywords: Web service, QoS, Response Time, availability, operating systems, FTS, Performance, software

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Authors:

Aaron Carl T. Fernandez, Ken Jon M. Tarnate, Madhavi Devaraj

Paper Title:

Deep Rapping: Character Level Neural Models for Automated Rap Lyrics Composition

Abstract: “Dope”, “Twerk”, “YOLO”, these are just some of the words that originated from rap music which made into the Oxford dictionary. Rap lyrics break the traditional structure of English, making use of shorten and invented words to create rhythmic lines and inject informality, humor, and attitude in the music. In this paper, we attack this domain on a computational perspective, by implementing deep learning models that could forge rap lyrics through unsupervised character prediction. Our work employed novel recurrent neural networks for the task at hand and showed that these can emulate human creativity in rap lyrics composition based on qualitative analysis, rhyme density score, and Turing test performed on computer science students.

Keywords: Gated Recurrent Unit; Long Short-Term Memory; Natural Language Generation; Recurrent Neural Networks.

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Authors:

A.S. Balaganesh, R. Sengodan, R. Ranjithkumar, B. Chandarshekar

Paper Title:

Synthesis and Characterization of Porous Calcium Oxide Nanoparticles (CaO NPS)

Abstract: Calcium oxide nanoparticles (CaO NPs) gain great value in the areas of energy storage and drug delivery systems. Due to good porosity it finds its part in storage systems and its biocompatibility earns it a good value in drug delivery and gene transfection. In this present work, calcium oxide nanoparticles are prepared by means of simple precipitation method. Thus prepared particles are subjected to morphological, size and structural analyses. The X-ray diffraction studies revealed the polycrystalline nature of CaO nanoparticles. The SAED pattern confirms the polycrystalline nature. Transmission electron microscope shows that the size of the particles varies between 80 nm to 190 nm which is in good agreement with particle size analysis results.

Keywords: CaO NPs, Precipitation, XRD, TEM

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  9. Assabumrungrat, P. Sonthisanga, W. Kiatkittipong, N. Laosiripojana, A. Arpornwichanop, A. Soottitantawat, W. Wiyaratn, P. Praserthdam, Thermodynamic analysis of calcium oxide assisted hydrogen production from bio-gas, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 16 (2010) 785–789.
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  15. Sengodan, R. Ranjithkumar, K. Selvam, B. Chandarshekar, Antibacterial Activity of Silver Nanoparticles coated Intravasular Catheters (AgNPs-IVC) against Biofilm Producing Pathogens. Rasayan J. Chem. 11, (2018), 63-68.
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  20. .M. MosharofHossain, Shah Newaz, JannatulFerdausi, Md. Abdul Alim,” Materials And Fibers In Smart Textiles Development”, International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Science & Technology(IRJMRS), Vol01,no04 ,pp211-217, (2016).
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Authors:

Kalaiselvi, Vasuki

Paper Title:

Adaptive Filter Architecture for FPGA Implementations

Abstract: Adaptive filters play a Significant role in digital signal processing but their implementation in real time consumes high area and power. Several architectures have been proposed for their real time implementation such as Distributed Arithmetic, CORDIC, Systolic, etc. which reduces the area and improves the speed. All these architectures are multiplier less and among these, the CORDIC structure is simple and gives reduction in area at the cost of speed. To overcome this drawback, it is modified by implementing it along with Karatsuba algorithm (KA). The combination of KA algorithm and CORDIC structure gives better performance in terms of area and speed. The proposed work is implemented using Xilinx system generator. The structure is tested for different bit representations and the results show that the proposed structure has better performance compared to the existing structures. The proposed structure can be used in applications such as RADAR, Channel Equalizers and Noise Cancellers.

Keywords: Adaptive filter, FPGA, CORDIC,KA algorithm

References:

  1. K. Meher, J. Valls, T.-B.Juang, K. Sridharan, and K. Maharatna, “50 years of CORDIC: Algorithms, architectures, and applications,” IEEE Trans. Circuits Syst. I, Reg. Papers, vol. 56, no. 9, pp. 1893–1907, Sep. 2009.
  2. Chung-Hsin Liu, Chiou-Yng Lee and Pramod Kumar Meher, “Efficient Digital-serial based KA based multiplier over binary Extensions field using block recombination approach,” IEEE Trans. on circuits          Syst:Reg.  papers,Vol.62,No.8, Aug 2015
  3. Reid M. Hewlitt, “Canonical Signed Digit Representation for Fir Digital Filters”, IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems, 2000,pp. 416426.
  4. AmritakarMandal, BrajeshKumarKaushik, Brijesh Kumar, R.P. Agarwal “Implementation of Adaptive FIR Filter for pulse Doppler   Radar,”  proceedings of the IEEE,  978-1-4244-9190-2
  5. Albicococo, G.C. Cardarllic, Pontarelli, “Karatsuba implementation of   FIR filter,”  Int. J. on VLSI Signal Processing, 978-1-4673-5050-1
  6. Swapna Reddy, V. Rama Krishna, “Implementation of Adaptive Filter  Based on LMS Algorithm,” Int. J. of Engineering Research &  Technology   (IJERT) Vol. 2 Issue 10, Oct – 2013
  7. Takagi, T. Asada and S. Yajiima, “Redundant CORDIC method with  a constant scale factor for Sine and Cosine computation,” IEEE  Trans. On   comput., Vol-C-40, No, 9, pp.  989-995,1991
  8. D. Meyer  and  P.  Agarwal, “A modular pipelined implementation  of  a  delayed LMS traversal adaptive filter,” in IEEE int. symposium on  ircuitsSyst,, May 1990,pp. 1943-1946.
  9. Ying He, Hong He, Li Li, Yi Wu, Hongyan pan, “The Applications and Simulation of Adaptive Filter in Noise Canceling,” in Int. Conf. on Science and Software Engineering, Vol: 4 year: 2008.
  10. E. Volder, “The Birth of CORDIC,” Int.J.on VLSI signal processing, Vol.30, pp. 25-101, 2000.
  11. C-Y.Lee and P.K.Meher, “Efficient bit-parallel multipliers over finite fields GF,” comput.Elect.Eng, vol.36 no.5, pp.955-968,2010
  12. Vanitha, N. Venkatesh Kumar, “Design Implement and Simulation of adaptive FIR Filter using CORDIC structures for Radar applications,” Int.J. of Engineering Science and Innovative Technology (IJESIT), Vol. 2,  Issue 4,  Jul 2013
  13. Chung-Hsin Liu, Chiou-Yng Lee and Pramod Kumar Meher, “Efficient Digital-serial based KA based multiplier over binary Extensions field using block recombination approach,” IEEE Trans. on circuits Syst:Reg. papers,Vol.62,No.8, Aug 2015
  14. Lavanya, M., &Kalaiselvi, A. (2016, March). High speed FIR adaptive filter for RADAR applications. In Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Networking (WiSPNET), International Conference on (pp. 2118-2122). IEEE.
  15. Sureshkumar N, K.Paramasivam, “Bypassing-Based Multiplier Design: A Tutorial and Research Survey”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.29 (2015) pp:22606-22613.
  16. Vinisha, P.Ramamoorthy, “Performance Analysis Of Enhanced Adaptive Scheduling Scheme In Wireless Sensor Networks” International Journal of Innovations in Scientific and Engineering Research (IJISER), Vol 1 Issue 4 APR 2014, pp258-263.
  17. Pradeep Mohan Kumar,M.Saravanan and M.Aramuthan, “Hybrid Network Intrusion Detection System Based on GANNModels”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 116 No. 11 2017, 31-39.
  18. Latha, K.Gayathri Devi, “ A New Approach To         Image Retrieval Based On Sketches using Chamfer    Distance” Journal   of Advanced  Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol. 9- Sp– 6 / 2017,pp1959-1968

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Authors:

Abishek P, Karthikeyan G

Paper Title:

Study on Steel Beam Column Joint with Different Types of Connections

Abstract: A wide theoretical and experimental study was made on different types (welded and bolted) of beam-to-column connections has been made using Reduced Beam Section (RBS) concept. The beam is reduced on the flange with specified radii on both sides of the section. Totally 6 different models have been analysed ANSYS. Single and Double stiffeners are additionally provided in order to increase the time taken for deformation thereby avoiding sudden collapse in the structure. Total deformation is the main parameter considered in the study. Comparing the results from the ANSYS software and thereby choosing the critical section. Then the critical section is developed into a 3 storey frame for which push over analysis is performed using E-TABS. Performance of the building is observed at different stages of hinge formation and push over curve is plotted.

Keywords: Reduced Beam Section, Stiffener, Bolted Connection, Welded Connection, Notch.

References:

  1. A Study of Reduced Beam Section Profiles using Finite Element Analysis Kulkarni Swati Ajay, VesmawalaGaurang - IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684 ,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 6, Issue 4 (May. - Jun. 2013), PP 01-06.
  2. Experimental study of cross stiffened steel plate shear walls with semi-rigid connected frame HongChaoGuo, YanLong Li, Gang Liang, YunHe Liu - Journal of Constructional Steel Research 135 (2017) 69–82.
  3. Cyclic behaviour of beam-to-column joints with cast steel connectors, LeweiTong ,Yingzhi Chen, Yiyi Chen, Cheng Fang- Journal of Constructional Steel Research 116 (2016) 114–130.
  4. Panel Zone Shear Behavior of Through-Flange Connections for Steel Beams to Circular Concrete-Filled Steel Tubular Columns,Yu-Chen Ou, Ngoc-Minh Tran, Cheng-Cheng Chen and Hung-Jen Lee - J. Struct. Eng., 2015, 141(9).
  5. Experimental and FEM analysis of reduced beam section moment endplate connections under cyclic loading, C.E. Sofias, C.N. Kalfas, D.T. Pachoumis - Engineering Structures 59 (2014) 320–329.
  6. Rotation capacities of reduced beam section with bolted web (RBS-B) connections, Sang Whan Han, Ki-Hoon Moon, Seong-Hoon Hwang, BozidarStojadinovic - Journal of Constructional Steel Research 70 (2012) 256–263.
  7. Cyclic performance of steel moment-resisting connections with reduced beam sections experimental analysis and finiteelement model simulation,D.T. Pachoumis, E.G. Galoussis, C.N. Kalfas, I.Z. Efthimiou - Engineering Structures 32 (2010) 2683_2692.
  8. The reduced beam section moment connection without continuity plates, Scott M. Adan, Lawrence D. Reaveley - 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering Vancouver, B.C., Canada, August 1-6, 2004, Paper No. 1504.

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Authors:

J. Premalatha , N. Lakshmipriya

Paper Title:

Seismic Retrofitting of Beam-Column Joints in RCC Buildings Using Jacketing Techniques Along With Cross Bars

Abstract: An analytical study on seismic retrofitting of a reinforced concrete Beam-column joint was performed using FEM modeling . The main objective of this study is to increase the shear capacity and load carrying capacity of the structures using retrofitting techniques. In this study, the retrofitting was done by jacketing methods like carbon fibre reinforced polymer sheets (CFRP), Glass fibre reinforced polymer mesh, Sisal fibres along with crossed bars are carried out using the ANSYS Workbench. The wrapping of beam column joint was done by single, double, triple layer of CFRP, GFRP and Sisal fibres with different thickness. During the analysis one end of the column were fixed. Cyclic loading was applied at the free end of the cantilever beam in Beam-column joint and Fixed load was applied at the top of the column. The load is applied up to the ultimate load to obtain the fatigue failure. This report discusses about the performance of the retrofitted beam column joint; and was compared with the conventional specimen.

Keywords: Beam-column joint, CFRP, GFRP, Sisal fibres, Jacketing techniques

References:

  1. Leon, R. T., Shear Strength and Hysteretic behaviour of Interior Beam-Column Joints, ACI Structural Journal, 87(1), pp. 3-11, Jan.-Feb. 1990.
  2. N , Design of reinforced concrete structures(2008).
  3. IS:13920-1993, “Indian Standard code of practice for ductile detailing of concrete structures subjected to seismic forces,BIS, New Delhi, 1993.
  4. Ghobarah, A. and Said, A. (2001) "Seismic rehabilitation of beam-column joints using FRP laminates", Earthquake Engineering, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 113-129.
  5. Antonopoulos, C. P., and Triantafillou, T. C., “Analysis of FRP Strengthened RC Beam-Column Joints,” Journal of Composites for Construction, ASCE, V. 6, No. 1, Feb. 2002, pp. 41-51.
  6. Varindersingh, prem pal bansal, S.K.Kaushik, ManeekKumar , ”Experimental studies on strength & ductility of CFRP jacketed reinforced concrete beam-column joints”,194-201,Feb. 2014
  7. IS:456-2000, “Indian Standard code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete,” Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
  8. ASCE 7-10; “Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures”, American Society of Civil Engineers, VI, USA

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Authors:

J. Premalatha, M. Palanisamy

Paper Title:

Performance Evaluation of a Multistorey Steel Frame with Viscous Fluid Dampers in Lower Toggle Configuration

Abstract: The performance evaluation of a 20-Storey steel moment resisting frame [1] incorporated with viscous fluid dampers in lower toggle configuration under earthquake loads was carried out using SAP 2000 software. The time history analysis was carried out with El Centro, Kobe, Northridge and S_Monica earthquake time histories. The peak ground acceleration (PGAs) for the model building is assumed as 0.35g. The Time history analysis for bare frame and the frame with dampers placed in six different configurations were done to find their optimum placing to perform better under earthquake forces. The absolute acceleration (a), displacements (d), inter-storey drifts (dr) produced in all six different model frames with different configurations of lower toggle mechanisms due to earthquake forces are found out. The optimum damper configuration was arrived from the analytical results. The peak average response reduction values for the optimum Lower toggle configuration of viscous dampers in the model frame are found out as 69.0, 59.1 and 68.6 for absolute acceleration, maximum displacements and inter story drifts respectively.

Keywords: Time history analysis, inter-storey drifts, lower toggle, energy dissipation devices.

References:

  1. Ohtori, R. E. Christenson, B. F. Spencer, S. J. Dyke (2004) Bench mark control problems for seismically excited non linear buildings”, jornal of Engineering mechanics, volume 130 Issue 4 April 2004 pp.366-385.
  2. Khaled, M H., and Magdy, A T., “Comparative Study of The Effects of Wind and Earthquake Loads on High-rise Buildings”, Concrete research letters (www.crl.issres.net), Vol. 3(1), March 2012.
  3. Constantinou MC, Tsopelas P, Hammel W and Sigaher AN. Toggle-Brace-Damper Seismic Energy Dissipation Systems, Journal of Structural Engineering ASCE 2001; Vol.127, No.2, pp. 105-111.
  4. Wakchaure M.R, Ped S. P, Earthquake Analysis of High Rise Building with and Without In filled Walls, http://ijeit.com/vol%202/Issue%202/IJEIT1412201208_19.pdf.
  5. Patil G.R. et al., (2014), “Seismic Energy Dissipation of a Building Using Friction Damper”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), Volume-3, Issue-10, March 2014.
  6. IS 1893 (Part 1):2002, “Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures”, Bureau of Indian standards, New Delhi, 2002.
  7. IS 875 (Part 1):1987, “Code of practice for design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and structures”, Part 1, Dead loads, Bureau of Indian standards, New Delhi, 1989.
  8. Premalatha, M.Mrinalini, M.Palanisamy, “, Study on the Seismic Response of a Steel Building with Viscous Fluid Dampers – Chevron Configuration”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Volume 5 , Issue 5 , 2018, pp. 2980-2987.
  9. Premalath, R.Manju, V.Senthilkumar , “Seismic response of multistoried steel frame with viscous fluid –scissor jack dampers, , International Journal of Civil Engineering &Technology , July 201

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Authors:

Nishaant Ha, Swethaa.B, Chris Anto.L

Paper Title:

Concreting For Construction- Quality Control by Six Sigma Approach

Abstract: A quality intensive approach towards construction concreting for the commercial industry is gaining immense importance and it has become the prime duty of every engineer to contribute towards ensuring durability and serviceability of the offered concrete. In this paper, a discussion is presented on a possible way of assuring quality of concrete by implementing six sigma principle to reduce the variability in characteristics among various batches. The methodology of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyse-Improve-Control) is applied to the concreting process, considering the Compressive Strength as the Critical to Quality (CTQ) factor. The concrete samples obtained from an RMC were tested for compressive strength at 3, 7 and 28 days, tabulated and analysed for variations. Also, different types of cements used are considered. Sigma levels are identified and suggestions for improving the levels are recommended, which in turn tend to reduce variations and thus streamline the strength values within narrow limits. Control charts as guidelines for further concreting are established.

Keywords: CTQ, DMAIC, DPMO, Sigma Level

References:

  1. D. Lade, A. S. Nair , P. G. Chaudhary, N. R. Gupta : DOI: 10.9790/1684-12210104 www.iosrjournals.org 1 | Page Implementing Six Sigma Approach for Quality Evaluation of a RMC Plant at Mumbai, India” IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 12, Issue 2 Ver. I (Mar - Apr. 2015), PP 01-04
  2. Adan Valles, Jaime Sanchez, Salvador Noriega, and Berenice Gómez Nuñez “Implementation of Six Sigma in a Manufacturing Process: A Case Study” International Journal of Industrial Engineering, 16(3), 171-181, 2009.
  3. Kenneth T. Sullivan, Ph.D, A.M.ASCE, , “Quality Management Programs in the Construction Industry: Best Value Compared with Other Methodologies” Journal of Management in Engineering, Vol. 27, No. 4, October 1, 2011
  4. Kuo-Liang Lee, and Yang Su (Taiwan) “Applying Six Sigma to Quality Improvement in Construction”, American Society of Civil Engineers.(2013)
  5. Low Sui Pheng and Mok Sze Hui “Implementing and Applying Six Sigma in Construction” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 130, No. 4, August 1, 2004
  6. Mehmet Tolga Taner “Critical Success Factors for Six Sigma Implementation in Large-scale Turkish Construction Companies” International Review of Management and Marketing Vol. 3, No. 4, 2013, pp.212-225
  7. PANDE, P., NEUMAN, R. P. & CAVANAGH, R. R. (2000) The six sigma way: how Ge, Motora and other top companies are honing their performance. Recherche, 67,02.
  8. Seung Heon Han, M.ASCE; Myung Jin Chae, Ph.D., P.E.; Keon Soon Im, P.E.; and Ho Dong Ryu “Six Sigma-Based Approach to Improve Performance in Construction Operations” Journal of Management in Engineering, Vol. 24, No. 1
  9. SUNIL V. DESALE , DR. S. V. DEODHAR , “LEAN SIX SIGMA PRINCIPAL IN CONSTRUCTION: A LITERATURE REVIEW RELATED TO ABSTRACT”, JOURNAL OF INFORMATION, KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
  10. Sunil V. Desale1, Dr. S. V. Deodhar 2. “ Lean Six Sigma Principal in Construction: A Literature Review Related to Conclusions “International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2013)
  11. http://www.krishisanskriti.org/vol_image/11Jun201610065547%20%20%20%20%20Swethaa%20B%20%20%20%20%20%20%20436-439.pdf
  12. http://www.exinfm.com/project_files/3.03.1%20Simple%20Six%20Sigma%20Calculator.xls

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Authors:

Sylviya B, P. Eswaramoorthi

Paper Title:

Analysis of RCC Building with Shear Walls at Various Locations and In Different Seismic Zones

Abstract: Shear walls are the structural systems which counteracts the effect of lateral loads such as wind and earthquake loads acting on a structure. They are usually provided as an encasement for the elevator cores, stairwells etc., thereby resisting the horizontal and vertical forces effectively. In the present study, analysis of RCC building has been carried out by changing the locations of shear walls in the building. Also, the effect of variations in seismic zones as per IS codes has been presented. The seismic analysis performed is linear dynamic response spectrum analysis using the well known analysis and design software ETABS16.2.0. Seismic performance of the building has been investigated based on parameters such as storey drift, base shear and storey displacements.

Keywords: ETABS, Asymmetric building, Shear walls, Response spectrum, seismic zones.

References:

  1. IS: 1893(part 1) : 2016, “ Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures, part 1, general provisions and buildings “,Bureau of Indian Standards.
  2. "Solution of shear wall in multi-storey building”, Anshuman , DipenduBhunia, BhavinRamjiyani, International journal of civil and structural engineering, Volume 2, no.2, 2011.
  3. “Effect of change in shear wall location on storey drift of multi-storey residential building subjected to lateral load”, Ashish S.Agrawal and S. D. Charkha, International journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Volume 2, Issue 3,may-june 2012, pp.1786-1793.
  4. S.Mishra, V.Kushwaha, S.Kumar , " A Comparative Study of Different Configuration of Shear Wall Location in Soft Story Building Subjected to Seismic Load"  International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology Volume: 02 Issue: 07 | Oct-2015
  5. "Design of Multistoried R.C.C. Buildings with and without Shear Walls"  S. Aainawala 1 , Dr. P. S. Pajgade International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology[498-510]
  6. "Seismic Behaviour of RC Shear Walls" Mahdi Hosseini1 , Ahmed Najm Abdullah Al-Askari2 , Prof, N.V. Ramana Rao3 International Journal On Scientific Research And Technology Research.

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Authors:

V.G. Kalpana, Aravind B, P. Eswaramoorthi

Paper Title:

Use of Kadappa Waste as a Resource Material for Building Construction

Abstract: The burnt clay brick is a longstanding building material for house construction. The raw material for the production of burnt clay is top soil which is removed from agricultural land and natural landscapes. This process paves way for the depletion of the soil nutrient content and moisture content as well as destabilizes the soil. Also the emission of greenhouse gases during burning of bricks affects the environment. To evade these problems, researchers attempted to establish an alternative green material named Fly ash bricks which utilizes the waste from thermal plants for its production. In addition to the innovation of fly ash bricks, an attempt has been made to utilize the kadappa stone waste as an ingredient in fly ash bricks for construction works. This study focuses on the effect on utilization of kadappa waste as an ingredient for manufacturing a building material. Experimental work is carried out on kadappa fly-ash bricks comprised of different proportions of kadappa stone waste, fly-ash and lime and the comparative study is made to fine the optimum mix proportion.

Keywords: Kadappa waste; Fly Ash; Lime; Kadappa Fly - ash bricks.

References:

  1. Nitin S. Naik, B.M.Bahadure, & C.L.Jejurkar, “Strength and Durability of Fly Ash, Cement and Gypsum Bricks”, International Journal of Computational Engineering Research, Vol, 04, Issue 5, May 2014,pp.1-3.
  2. Kayali, “High Performance Bricks from Fly Ash”, Proceedings of world of coal ash (WOCA), , Kentucky, USA, April 2005, pp.1-13.
  3. Dhanapandian,S, Gnanavel,B, & Ramkumar,T “Utilization of granite and marble sawing powder wastes as brick materials”, Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences, October 2009, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 147 -160.
  4. Gamage, K. Liyanage, S. Fragomeni, & S. Setunge, “Overview of different type of fly ash and their use as a building and construction material” Proceedings of International Conference of Structural Engineering, Construction and Management, At Kandy, Sri Lanka, December 2011, pp.1-8.
  5. Venkata Ramana , C.Sashidhar , S.Subba Reddy , S.Vinay Babu, “A technical feasibility approach to utilize the stone waste for construction works”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 8, August 2013, pp. 3758 – 3761.
  6. M. C. Nataraja and Lelin Das, “A study on the strength properties of paver blocks made from unconventional materials”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), May 2014, pp 1- 5.

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Authors:

Gowri Shankar M, Nagarajan V, Eswaramoorthi P, Karthik Prabhu T

Paper Title:

Performance Assessment and Cost Effectiveness in Replacement of Aggregates with Construction and Demolition Waste in Concrete

Abstract: The demand for Fine Aggregate and Coarse Aggregate is huge owing to infrastructure developments and also a scarcity of natural resources. On the other spectrum, the quantum of a huge quantity of Construction & Demolition Waste (C & D Waste) generated is increasing every year. Disposing of this C & D waste is a posing a very serious problem as it requires a large amount of space, it affects groundwater and also it is not cost effective in case of dumping (Land Filling). So recycling of such waste by means of Segregation Process and utilizing those materials as Recycled Aggregate (RA) for construction projects is a sustainable alternative that helps in the reduction of overutilization of natural resources. This paper is an experimental investigation by means of Compaction Factor, Compressive Strength, Water Absorption and Workability of Recycled Aggregate Concrete (RAC) and also analyzing the cost to evaluate the effect of replacement of Fine Aggregate and Coarse Aggregate by C & D Waste. The research has been conducted for M25 mix. The optimum mix 20% of Recycled Fine Aggregate (RFA) and 30% of Recycled Coarse Aggregate (RCA) was chosen as the optimum mix among the 4 different mixes depending on its promising results. As a result of cost analysis, the optimum mix is cost-effective when compared with Natural Aggregate Concrete (NAC).

Keywords: Recycled Fine Aggregate (RFA), Recycled Coarse Aggregate (RCA), Natural Aggregate Concrete (NAC), Recycled Aggregate Concrete (RAC), Cost Analysis.

References:

  1. Kavitha and M. Lenin Sundar “Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Ceramic Tile Wastes and Cement with Glass Powder” International Journal of ChemTech Research Vol.10 No.8, pp 74-80, 2017 CODEN (USA): IJCRGG, ISSN: 0974-4290, ISSN(Online):2455-9555
  2. Mohd Monish, Vikas Srivastava et.al “Demolished Waste As Coarse Aggregate In Concrete” J. Acad. Indus. Res. Vol. 1(9) February 2013 ISSN: 2278-5213
  3. V. Prasada Rao and P.L. Sindhu Desai “ Experimental Investigations Of Coarse Aggregate Recycled Concrete” International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology, Nov., 2014. ISSN: 22311963
  4. Mrunalini Deshmukh “REUCRETE: Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Demolished Waste Concrete” International Conference On Emanations in Modern Technology and Engineering (ICEMTE-2017) ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 5 Issue: 3 46 – 52
  5. V.M, R.Harish et.al “Replacement Of Aggregate By C&D Concrete” Research • July 2015 DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4358.8964
  6. K Radhika and A Bramhini “Construction And Demolision Waste As A Replacement Of Fine Aggregate In Concrete” International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR) Volume 6, Issue 6, June 2017, ISSN: 2278 -7798
  7. Shruthi. H. G, Prof. Gowtham Prasad. M. E et.al “Reuse of Ceramic Waste as Aggregate in Concrete” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 Volume: 03 Issue: 07 | July-2016 p-ISSN: 2395-0072
  8. Prakash Somani, Brahmtosh Dubey et.al “Use Of Demolished Concrete Waste In Partial Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete” SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering (SSRG-IJCE) – volume 3 Issue 5 – May 2016
  9. Vikas Srivastava, Mohd Monish et.al “Demolition Waste in concrete” Article • January 2015
  10. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/278300168
  11. D. Oikonomou “Recycled concrete aggregates” Cement & Concrete Composites 27 (2005) 315–318
  12. Mats D. Skevik Hole “Used Concrete Recycled as Aggregate for New Concrete” 14/06/2013
  13. Farid Debieb and Said Kenai “The Use Of Coarse And Fine Crushed Bricks As Aggregate In Concrete” Construction and Building Materials 22 (2008) 886–893
  14. C.Limbachiya, T.Leelawat et.al “Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate in High-Strength Concrete” Materials and Structure/Matériaux et Constructions, Vol.33, November 2000, pp 574-580
  15. Shi-cong Kou, Chi-sun Poon et.al “Comparisons of natural and recycled aggregate concretes prepared with the addition of different mineral admixtures” Cement & Concrete Composites 33 (2011) 788–795
  16. Prabakaran P. A, Premalatha J and Satheesh Kumar KRP “Experimental Investigation on Flexural Behavior of Geopolymer Concrete (2017), International Journal of Civil Engineering & Technology, Vol. 8, Issue 8, August 2017, pp. 1692-1706.
  17. Vishnu A, Mohana v and Manasi S, “Use of Polyethylene Terephtahalate in Concrete – a brief review (2017)”, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technolgy, Vol. 8, Issue 7, July 2017, pp. 1171-1176.
  18. IS 456:2000 “Plain and Reinforced Concrete – Code of Practice”
  19. IS 10262:2009 “ Guideline for Concrete Mix Design Proportioning”

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Authors:

S.Rajalakshmi, Kezia Jobel Selvakumar, J.Sathya Kirubaa, T.R.Lakshmi

Paper Title:

A Comparative Study On CompressiveStrength of Ordinary Concrete and Concrete Replaced With Ceramic Tiles and Eco Sand

Abstract: Concrete is an essential component in determining the growth of country’s infrastructure. It is a composite material comprising fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and cement. Due to the increasing demands for both fine and coarse aggregate, finding a replacement is essential. Eco sand which is the bi product of cement manufacturing industries is found to be a worthy replacement for fine aggregate. During tile manufacturing process, about 30% of the material are transformed into waste. This waste can be reused by replacing a certain quantity of coarse aggregate in concrete. In this paper, the compressive strength test results of conventional concrete and concrete replaced with M sand, Eco sand and ceramic tiles were compared. It has been identified that the latter is more efficient and leads to sustainable development. In brief, the concrete of M20 grade with replacement is found to attain higher strength than the conventional concrete.

Keywords: ceramic tiles, M sand, Eco sand, compressive strength 

References:

  1. IS 10262: 2009 Indian standard -Concrete mix proportioning - guidelines, Bureau of Indian standard, 2009, New Delhi.
  2. IS 456:2000 Indian standard -Plain and reinforced concrete – Code of Practice, Bureau of Indian standard, 2000, New Delhi.
  3. P.Ravikumar, ‘Partial replacement of aggregate with ceramic tile in concrete’
  4. Susmitha, ‘An Experimental Study on Eco Sand as Partial Replacement for Fine Aggregate in Cement Concrete’
  5. Aruna D, RajendraPrabhu, Subhash C Yaragal, KattaVenkataramanaIJRET:eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308.
  6. BatritiMonhun R. Marwein, M. Sneha, I. Bharathidasan International Journal of Scientific Engineering Research, Volume 7, Issue 4, April-2016 ISSN 2229-5518
  7. Benito Mas, AntoniCladera, Teodoro del Olmo and Francisco Pitarch, ‘Influence of the amount of mixed recycled aggregate on the properties of concrete for non-structural use’, Construction and Building Material, issue l27, pp.612-622, 2012.
  8. K.Chinnaraju1,V.R.Ramkumar,K.Lineesh, S.Nithya, V.Sathish, ‘Study on concrete using steel slag as coarse aggregate replacement and ecosand as fine aggregate replacement’ , JREAT International Journal of Research in Engineering & Advanced Technology, Volume 1, Issue 3, June-July, 2013.

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Authors:

K. Ramadevi, P. Muthaiyan

Paper Title:

Seismic Analysis of Vertical Irregularity RC Building By Extended N2 Method

Abstract: For the seismic evaluation and design of structures, N2 method of analysis of nonlinear static simplified procedure is adopted. The advancement of N2 procedure is known as extended N2 method and it is made easier to seismic evaluation of irregular structures. A common vertical irregularity found in multi-storied building frames is Asymmetric setback. The present study is made for the G+5 framed Reinforced Cement Concrete vertical setbacks irregularity building in the seismic zone IV. Analysis of the structure was done by extended N2 method. The seismic parameters in terms of displacements and storey drifts was obtained for the G+5 framed building by the extended N2 method. In addition to that same structure is analysed by the Non-linear Time History Analysis. The results obtained from extended N2 method and that from non-linear Time History analysis were compared. A model was created using SAP2000 package and analysis of the structure is done.

Keywords: method, Asymmetric setback

References:

  1. Bhatt C et.al ,"Assessing the seismic response of existing RC buildings using the extended N2 method", Bull Earthquake Eng., Vol. 9,pp. 1183 – 1201.
  2. Cimellaro et.al, "Bidirectional Pushover Analysis of Irregular Structures", American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 4, pp. 1 – 13
  3. Dini Devassy Menachery et.al, "Application of extended N2 method to reinforced concrete frames with asymmetric setback", International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, pp. 143 – 154.
  4. Rehan A. Khan et.al, "Performance Based Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Building",International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3, pp. 13495 – 13506.
  5. Govind M et.al "Non-linear static pushover analysis of irregular space frame structure with and without T shaped columns", Vol. 3, pp. 663 – 667.
  6. Ramadevi, D. L. Venkatesh Babu & R. Venkatasubramani, “Behaviour of Hybrid Fibre Reinforced Concrete Frames with infills against lateral reversed loads”, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, ISSN NO:1319-8025, 2014, Springer Heidelberg, Vol. 1, pp. 1 – 18.
  7. IS 456-2000, Code of Practice for Reinforced Concrete.IS 1893 (Part 1):2002, Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures.

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Authors:

S K Shivaranjani , S.Uma Sankari

Paper Title:

Efficiency of Polyethene Non-Woven Fibre Filter for Treating Institutional Waste Water by Membrane Bio Reactor Process

Abstract: Treatment of waste water involves a variety of Advanced Oxidation Process. The most advanced one is Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR). The unique features of MBR are higher order MLSS in the range of 12,000 mg/l and reduces the sludge production. This process is efficient in removing Total Solids in waste water. Due to the fact that the membrane being too costly, an alternative approach was taken which featured Polyethylene Non-woven Fibre Filter that gave promising results. A laboratory scale Membrane reactor is fabricated for treatment of Institutional Waste water. A small scale reactor is formed by scaling with the treatment plant of capacity 3MLD in the ratio 1:4000. The process involves combination of activated sludge process and membrane filtration. The waste water is pumped to the aeration tank by peristaltic pump from the collection tank. The water is filled in the tank by leaving the freeboard space. The air is supplied by reverse process of peristaltic pump for 2.5 hrs (HRT). After the aeration process, the water is passed over the membrane for filtration. The organic impurities which are present in the membrane after treatment are returned to the aeration tank for the next process (3hrs HRT).The process is continued until the maximum removal efficiency is achieved by varying the run time. The BOD and Turbidity is tested for the treated water at various runtime The Hydraulic Retention Time (HRT) is varied in the range 2.5 - 6 hrs . The maximum BOD removal efficiency obtained was 98% and turbidity removal efficiency was 97% in the 6 hrs HRT. The MBR system offers many benefits, such as higher MLSS rate, exclusion of sedimentation unit, less sludge production compared to Activated Sludge Process. Various studies of MBR technology has compared with conventional activated Sludge process in terms of removal of pollutants from waste water. The drawback of MBR process is high installation and operation cost. Thus an alternative approach of replacing the membrane by Polyethylene non woven fibre membrane is used which gave the promising results.

Keywords: Membrane Bio Reactor, Polyethylene Non-woven Fibre Filter, HRT.

References:

  1. Saima Fazal, Beiping Zhang (2014),” Treatment of Industrial Waste Water by MBR”, Pollution Research Paper, 33(03):499-503.
  2. Franca Zanetli, Giovanna Re Luca (2012),”Full Scale MBR treatment on Municipal waste water”, International Journal on Chemical, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Research, 3:52-57.
  3. Melini, B. Jefferson (2012),” Treatment of water and reuse by MBR”, Journal of Saudi Chemical Society.
  4. Jia Ju Tian, Hing Liang (2012),”Submerged Ultrafiltration MBR”, Journal of Experimental Sciences, 3(9):21-26.
  5. Bharat Gupta, Patrick Paulier(2010),”Pilot MBR for sewage plant”, Journal of hazardous materials, 177(1):70-80.
  6. Andrea Achilli, Tzahi Y Cath(2006),”Forward Osmosis MBR Technology”, Bioresource Technology, 97(9):1061-1085.
  7. L.Sathyamoorthy (2017), “ A Novel Approach to treat Sago Industrial Wastewater using Anaerobic Hybrid Reactor (AHR)”, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET),  Volume 8, Issue 7, July 2017.
  8. Gandhimathi (2017) , “An Experimental Study On Behaviour Of Modified Bitumen Using Recycled Plant” , International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET),  Volume 8, Issue 8, August 2017.

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Authors:

P. SachinPrabhu, Ha. Nishaant, T. Anand

Paper Title:

Behaviour of Self-Compacting Concrete with Cement Replacement Materials

Abstract: Self-compacting concrete is a type of special concrete which do not require vibration for compaction. The self-compacting concrete has a major disadvantage of its cost due to additional usage of chemical admixtures and Portland Cement .The cost of self-compacting concrete can be reduced by replacement of cement by cement replacement materials .In this paper fly ash, wood ash and their combinations are used as cement replacement materials. Fly ash is an mineral admixture that can be used in concrete. The Wood ash containing less Calcium oxide and significant quantity of Silicon dioxide may be used for replacement of cement. The incorporation of these replacement materials reduces the need for viscosity modifying agents. Higher durability and greater mechanical integrity can be achieved by lowering the water content in the concrete. Experimental investigations such as split tensile strength ,compressive strength , flexural strength of self-compacting concrete containing cement replacement materials are conducted to determine their Mechanical properties. Workability tests (slump,L-box, V-funnel) on the corresponding mix are also used to study the characteristics.The methodology adopted here is the cement replacement materials are replaced 10% and 20% by weight of ordinary Portland cement and the performance is measured. To improve the workability of the concrete 1.5 % of superplasticizer (glenium B233) by weight of the cement is used as chemical admixture. Guidelines given by EFNARC are followed to design the mix. From this investigation it is observed that the optimum replacement of 10% of wood ash and fly ash in self- compacting concrete increases the compressive strength of the of the concrete mixture.

Keywords: Replacement of cement, EFNARC are followed

References:.

  1. Bonen, D. and Shah, S. P. (2005). “Fresh and hardened properties of self-consolidating concrete construction.” Progress in Structural Engineering Materials, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 14-26.
  2. Chee Ban Cheah ,MahyuddinRamli (2011),“Strength, durability and drying shrinkage of structural mortar containing HCWA as partial replacement of cement” School of Housing, Building and Planning, UniversitiSains Malaysia, 11800 Penang, Malaysia.
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  6. Uysal, M. and Sumer, M. (2011). “Performance of self-compacting concrete containing different mineral admixtures.” Construction andBuilding materials, Vol. 25, No. 11, pp. 4112-4120.
  7. Abinaya, J. JaccilinSanthya, A. Jerina, P. Srinidhi, J.T. Walter, D. Brandon(2017)“Experimental Investigation on Self Compacting Concrete using Light Weight Aggregates.”International Journal of ChemTech Research,Vol.10, No.8, pp 517-525.
  8. Barathan ,B.Gopinath(2013),“Evaluation of wood ash as a partial replacement of cement.”International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research,Vol.2, Issue 10, ISSN: 2278 – 7798.
  9. Ramanathan ,I.Baskar , P.Muthupriya , R.Venkatasubramani(March,2013.).“Performance of Self- Compacting Concrete containing different Mineral admixtures” KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering,Vol.17,No.2,pp.465-472.

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Authors:

Venkateshwaran.A, Nandhini.K, Ponmalar.V

Paper Title:

Performance of Self Compacting Concrete Containing Micro-Silica and Steel Fibre

Abstract: Self-compacting concrete (SCC) originated in the late 1980’s by Japense in order to compensate the shortage of labour. The SCC is a special type of labour-friendly concrete that possess the ability to flow and compact by its self-weight. When properly designed, it could save time, eliminates the need for vibration, better compaction is produced compared to the conventional control mix. SCC contains more of binder content consisting of higher cement content. This cement was replaced by micro-silica at varying percentage and also steel fibres were used to improve the ductile nature. In addition to this, micro-silica have been used to improve the strength and durability of concrete. Addition of silica to a concrete mix alters the cement paste structure. Then the resulting paste contains more of the calcium-silicate hydrates and less of the weak and easily soluble calcium hydroxides. Due to its smaller particle size distribution, they disperse among and separate the cement particles. In the present study, the different mix ratio using steel fibres, micro-silica has been prepared and the fresh and hardened properties of SCC has been studied.

Keywords: Micro-silica, Steel fibre, SCC, Water absorption.

References:

  1. Ashtiani, Rajesh Dhakal and Allan Scott, “Seismic performance of high-strength self-compacting concrete in reinforced concrete beam-column joints”, J. Struct. Eng., 2014, 140(5): 04014002.
  2. EFNARC Specification & Guidelines for self-compacting concrete. English ed. Norfolk (UK):European Federation for Specialist Construction Chemicals and Concrete Systems.
  3. Ganesan, Bharati Raj and Shashikala, “Behaviour of Self-Consolidating Rubberized Concrete Beam-Column Joints”, ACI Materials Journal/November-December 2013.
  4. Geethanjali C, MuthuPriya and Venkatasubramani, “Behaviour of HFRC exterior beam column joints under cyclic loading”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research, Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 1568-1571.
  5. Heidari, Ghaffari and Ahmadvand, “Properties of Self-compacting concrete incorporating alginate and nano silica”, Asian Journal of Civil Engineering (BHRC) VOL. 16, NO. 1, 2015.
  6. Jeevetha ,S.Krishnamoorthi and G.S.Rampradheep, “Study on strength properties of self-compacting concrete with micro silica”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2319-8753, Vol. 3, Issue 4, April 2014.
  7. A.A, M. Maghsoudi, and M. Noori, “ Effect of Nano Particles on SCC”, Second International Conference on Sustainable Construction materials and technologies, ISBN 978-1-4507-1488-4, June 2010
  8. Manjunatha K, Nambiyanna B, R.Prabhakara, “Ductility Behaviour of External SFRSC Beam Column Joint- An Experimental Study”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, ISSN(Online) : 2319-8753,ISSN (Print) : 2347-6710, Vol. 5, Issue 11, November 2016.

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Authors:

Ramprakash K

Paper Title:

Design, Analysis and Fabrication of a Microstrip Slot Antenna

Abstract: Antenna technology has come a long way in modern day electronics and communication world: from being a wire to printed technology. Most of the communication advancement is due to the rapid advancement in the field of antenna. High frequency electromagnetic signals are being used for communication and telemetry purposes. In this paper a antenna is designed for working in microwave frequencies The objective of this work is to design and simulate modern day advanced antenna and to obtain a better insight towards the working of an antenna and its characteristics .To keep design minimalistic and fabrication easy,a microstrip slot antenna is chosen.It is low profile simple to design and fabricate. Since microwave frequencies are being used nowadays,it would be apt to learn and analyse how an antenna works in those frequencies .Hence the idea is to design a mcirostrip slot antenna of resonant frequency 2.4 GHz,on a glass/FR4 substrate of 100mm,having a slot length 43mm and a slot width 1mm,with a microstrip line feed and stub matching,analyse and study about its characteristics,fabricate the design and test to see its conformance.

Keywords: Microstrip antenna, slot antenna, complementary antenna,patch antenna

References:

  1. Balanis, Antenna Theory Analysis and Design, 2nd ed, Wiley India (p.) Ltd. 2007.
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  8. Ram prakash,pavithraP,”Design simulation and fabrication Of modified sierpenski Gasket Fractal antenna for wide band   Application”journal of advanced research in dynamical and  Control systems.vol.9 Sp-16/2017 ,pp.1116-1125
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Authors:

Ramprakash K, Loshni T, Aparna A P

Paper Title:

Design, Simulate Analyze the Performance of Parallel Coupled Micro Strip Band Pass Filter at
1.5 GHz for GPS Applications

Abstract: In this trending generation, world is mainly focusing on system miniaturization, without affecting the performance. GPS(Global Positioning System ) is a satellite navigation system, used to determine the ground position. Radio Frequency (RF) filters used in this GPS receiver should be in compact size. One of the RF transmission line structure is micro strip line structure, and it is the most preferable one because of its low cost, compact size, less weight etc. In this work , a small sized parallel coupled microstrip band pass filter was designed with the frequency of 1.5GHz lies in the L band and 200MHz frequency band. The simulation was carried out by using the software, Advanced Design System 2016 (ADS). Easily available and cost effective Fire Retardant 4 substrate with the dielectric constant of 4.4 was used to design the filter. The designed filter meets the required insertion and return loss values.

Keywords: Parallel coupled microstrip line structure, Band pass filter, GPS, FR4, ADS 2010.

References:

  1. W. Liu, Z. C. Zhang, S. Wang, L. Zhu, X. H. Guan, J. S. Lim, and D. Ahn, “Compact dual-band bandpass filter using defected microstrip structure for GPS and WLAN applications,” Electron. Lett., vol. 46, no. 21, p. 1444, 2010.
  2. S. Zhang, H. W. Deng, L. Zhang, Y. J. Zhao, and L. Qiang, “Compact dual-band BPF for GPS and WLAN with two dual-mode stepped impedance resonators,” 2010 IEEE Glob. Mob.Congr.GMC’2010, vol. 5, pp. 6–8, 2010.
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  5. Kumar and M. Kumar, “Closely Spacified Wide Dual-Band Microstrip Band Pass Filter Using Coupled Stepped-Impedace Resonators,” IEEE Sponsered 2’nd Int. Conf. Electron.Commun.Syst. (ICECS ’2015), pp. 865–867, 2015.
  6. K. Singh, A. K. Tiwary, and N. Gupta, “Design of Radial Microstrip Band Pass Filter with Wide Stop-Band Characteristics for GPS Application,” Prog. Electromagn.Res., vol. 59, no.September, pp. 127–134, 2015.
  7. S. Gao, H. L. Liu, J. L. Li, and W. Wu, “A Compact Dual-Mode Bandpass Filter for GPS , Compass ( Beidou ) and GLONASS,” Millimeter-Waves, IEEE 10th Glob. Symp.2017, pp. 28–30, 2017
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  17. Ram prakash,pavithraP,”Design simulation and fabrication Of modified sierpenski Gasket Fractal antenna for wide band Application ”journal of advanced research in dynamical and Control systems,vol.9, Sp.16,2017 ,pp.1116-1125.
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Authors:

Aparna.A.P, Loshni.T, K.Ramprakash

Paper Title:

Interdigital Bandpass Filter for 2.5 GHz LTE Application: Design and Performance Analysis

Abstract: Microwave filter is an indispensable component in all types of communication systems. The most desired features for filters thus designed are accuracy and satisfying degree of performance. The objective of this paper is to design an Interdigitalbandpass filter operating at a frequency of 2.5 GHz. This filter is therefore, suitable for LTE(Long Term Evolution) systems. The implementation of the filter is done using FR4 substrate and the simulation of the filter is done using Keysight ADS (Advanced Design System) software. Parameters such as insertion loss, returnloss and 3-dB bandwidth are measured for analyzing the performance of thefilter.

Keywords: LTE, Keysight ADS, Interdigital, Microwave filter.

References:

  1. The analysis of the designed filter is done and the measured insertion loss and return loss are represented in the Fig. 3. The graph is plotted with Gain on the Y-axis in dB while frequency is represented on the X-axis in GHz. The S-parameter S21 is used for representing insertion loss whereas, S11 is for depicting return loss.
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Authors:

S. Arun Kumar, S. Sasikala

Paper Title:

Towards Enhancing the Performance of a Stress Detection System

Abstract: Stress has now become a ubiquitous part of the fast-moving life, due to which many people are affected. Stress, is identified by physical signs of tension, like irritation, anger, nervousness and sadness at an exceeding level. A stressed indi- vidual has an abnormal heart rate, blood pressure and breathing. This may cause major variations in mood, productive lifestyle, and quality of life. This work concentrates on detecting the stress of a person by using the time series analysis of Electromyogram (EMG) , Galvanic Skin Response (GSR hand and foot), Electro- cardiogram (ECG) levels collected from physionet database. The obtained data is analysed and a dataset with healthy and stressed population is prepared. This work concentrates on improving the performance of a stress detection system using Support Vector Machine classifier. The Performance of the proposed system is measured using metrics like accuracy, sensitivity and specificity. A significant improvement in the metrics of the proposed system claims that this method will aid in diagnosing the stress rate of a person and aftermath necessary steps required to reduce the stress of thebeing.

Keywords: Stress,Physiological signals, time-series analysis, feature transformation, feature reduction,intelligent system, wear- ables

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Authors:

M.Bharathi, A.Amsaveni, B. Manikandan

Paper Title:

Speed Breaker Detection Using GLCM Features

Abstract: Road accidents are increasing worldwide, that leads to death, injuries and vehicle damages. Most of the accidents happen due to the improper warning sign and unnoticeable speed breakers on the road especially during night. Identification and notification of road signs and speed breakers to the driver at proper time is very important to avoid accidents. In this paper, speed breaker identification using Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM) features is proposed. This method has three stages namely pre-processing, feature extraction and classification. Noise removal, Resizing the image and gray scale conversion has been done as a part of pre-processing. In the feature extraction step, the spatial relationship between the pixels is obtained. GLCM features are the second order statistical features of the image. These features includes correlation, Angular Second Moment, Entropy, Homogeneity and contrast. In this paper, features are consider as the shape, texture and feature statistics. Neural Network based classifier is used in the third stage to identify the presence of speed breaker. The performance of the classifier is evaluated by calculating the confusion matrix.

Keywords: speed breaker, image processing, GLCM, feature extraction.

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Authors:

Udhaya Kumar R, Kavitha K

Paper Title:

Canoe Tool for Ecu Automated Communication Testing

Abstract: This paper presents an automated testing of Brake ECU (Electronic Control Unit) – ESP (Electronic Stability Program) communication using canoe tool. Today the number of ECU’s in a car is getting more and more. Besides inner ECU to ECU communication, vehicle to vehicle communication is necessary for the efficient way of vehicular communication. The vehicular communication must be highly responsive and accurate. So ECU testing is compulsory to ensure the efficiency and safety of a vehicle. Testing of an ECU in all aspects like mapping and monitoring of the inputs and outputs with other ECU’s is important. During testing the simulation of all loads and sensors associated with that ECU must be ensured perfectly. Manual testing of these ECU with all these necessary condition is a time consuming process. Vector Tool (VT) help in this need of automated communication testing of an ECU. ECU inputs and outputs for functionality related testing with CANoe is done through the VT. Other ECUs in a car can be simulated using CANoe while testing ECU is compatible for all development stages, due to its high scalability and flexibility. CANoe testing provides high accuracy, reusability and easy way of testing. This total environment is called as Office Test Bench (OTB) where all these vector CANoe box, power supply, ECU, application container (software build), continuous Test framework, master PC (where CANoe software is installed) all are embedded. This setup makes user to test ECU’s very easily and effectively. Basic tests like validation of diagnostic services can be generated automatically in the test configuration tool while complex testing requires manual generation of test cases using script. The test environment is then run on the ECU and a test report is generated for analysis. The test environment is then delivered to a Continuous testing (CT) server and executed on a Continuous test bench (CTB) for every software build. Test reports are stored back in CT server and can be customized to trigger mail at test failure.

Keywords: ECU (Electronic Control Unit), CANoe, OTB (Office Test Bench), AUTOSAR (Automated Open System Architecture), CTB (Continuous Test Bench), CT (Continuous Test)

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Authors:

K. Thilagavathi, S.G.Gayatri, M.N.AayishaRumaana, V.Abhirami

Paper Title:

Smart Glove to Monitor Parkinson’s Patients

Abstract: The smart glove to monitor the Parkinson's patients is an efficient system to monitor the tremors and harshness levels of that patient. Parkinson disease (PD) patients hurt from a resting tremor, severity, bodykinesia, gait difficulty and postural instability. Commonmethod of evaluatingthe symptoms however, confide thickly on patient self-accessing, which frequentlyfall to contribute the essential details. Wearable accelerometer is a major tool which can identify and justly definethe movement anomaliesin patient's atmosphere as well as in the clinical setting. This model is unified into a smart glove where these accelerometers are embedded to record the movements and tremors to estimate the cardinal motor symptoms of PD (tremor and rigidity of hand and arm). The gloves are relatedto smart phones, which proceeds the information and transfer it to the neurologists in their offices. Moreover, the system helps the doctors to control the treatment plan of the patient every day, assuring that medication is working perfectly and eradicating the obligationfor patients to make stressful clinical visits regularly.

Keywords: smart glove, parkinson disease, symptoms, wearable accelerometers, Tremor level detection.

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Authors:

Amsaveni, M. Bharathi, P.J.Phavithra

Paper Title:

Gain Enhancement of a Square Patch Antenna using EBG Structure

Abstract: In this research work, the gain of a square shaped microstrip antenna has been enhanced using an electromagnetic bandgap (EBG). The dimension of the proposed antenna is 57x57x1.6 mm3. The proposed square patch antenna is simulated using commercially available FR4 substrate whose dielectric constant is about 4.7. The proposed antenna resonates at ISM band of 2.45 GHz. The antenna is powered by 50Ω transmission line using the microstrip feedline structure. The gain of this antenna is improved by 3.5 dBi from that of a conventional antenna. The antenna parameters such as radiation pattern, return loss, VSWR and gain have been evaluated. The antenna is designed and simulated on Computer Simulation Technology (CST) microwave studio.  

Keywords: Square patch, Electromagnetic Bandgap, microstrip feedline, Gain.  

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Authors:

R.S.Sandhya Devi, Vijaykumar VR , M.Muthumeena

Paper Title:

Waste Segregation using Deep Learning Algorithm

Abstract: In 2017, India is in 177th position of the Green ranking in World Economic Forum. Due to poor handling of air pollution and waste management, India has moved from 141st position to 177th position. With the emerging smart city development across the cities in India, Smart Garbage Management system is the need of the hour. It is estimated that the generated waste is more than 2.0 billion tones. The existing way of garbage management system in India involves waste collection from homes and industries and dumping into dump yards. The segregation of solid waste is completely done by manual laborers which is less efficient, time-consuming and not completely feasible due to large amount of waste. This paper proposes an automated waste classification system using Convolution Neural Network (CNN) algorithm, a Deep Learning based image classification model used to classify objects into bio and non-biodegradable, based on the object recognition accuracy in real-time. This algorithm is suitable for a large amount of waste segregation process. Python index package of spyder is used to identify and classify the waste material in real-time through webcam. In this paper, the first phase of the waste segregation process is carried out where initially the system is able to detect the object provides the relative match percentage of each object. Open source software libraries such as Tensor flow and Spyder is used for this process

Keywords: Convolution Neural Network, Tensorflow, waste segregation

References:

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  11. Latha, K.Gayathri Devi,”A New Approach To Image Retrieval Based On Sketchesusing Chamfer Distance”, Journal Of Advanced Research In Dynamical And Control Systems, Vol. 9. Sp– 6 / 2017, Pp.1959-1968.
  12. Pradeep Mohankumar,M.Saravanan, Andm.Aramuthan,” Hybrid Network Intrusion Detection System Based On Gann Models”, International Journal Of Pure And Applied Mathematics, Vol.116 ,No. 11 ,2017, pp.31-39
  13. Tharani Priya, v.Karthikeyan,” Detect The Incredible Action In Eventful Environments Using Swarm Interlligence”, International Journal Of Innovations In Scientific And Engineering Research , Vol.4, Issue.1, 2017, Pp.36-39.

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Authors:

Dinesh Kumar K, Karunamoorthy, RaniThottungal

Paper Title:

Real Time Monitoring System: Implementation of Face Detection and Recognition Algorithm

Abstract: Face detection and recognition is used in biometric applications to identify the faces in real time. It is compare with the stored database. The objective of this paper is to develop a simulation model. To create a real time hardware monitoring system. It also based on an FPGA platform. The canny edge detection algorithm is used to detect the face edges in real time. The MATLAB used for simulation. The hardware platform can be developed based on altera DE1-SoC development board. An Personal computer monitor and 5 mega pixel TRDB-D5M CMOS camera also used for hardware setup. Verilog HDL used for the programming. The hardware implementation was also based on the Quartus Prime Lite Edison. The canny edge detection algorithm also used here. The alarm system depends on end result of the system.

Keywords: Quartus Prime, FPGA, edge detection, image processing, Open Computer Vision, TRDB-D5M camera and DE1- SoC board.

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Authors:

Karunamoorthy B, Ramprabu J

Paper Title:

A Novel Method Of real Time Cloth Size Measurement Algorithm Based On Fpga Platform

Abstract: Measurements are the very important parameter in all fields like automobile, textile, farming, construction, etc... This paper present a technique of involuntarily measuring sizes of a garment from a particular picture. The main objective of this paper is to develop real time hardware measurement system based on Field Programmable Gate Array for high accuracy and simulation method using edge and contour detection technique. The simulation can be done by using OPEN CV and hardware platform is based on Xilinx PYNQ-Z1 board which has a combination of ARM Cortex A9 dual processor with an FPGA logic blocks and Logitech C270 USB camera. In this study, we positioned a camera to capture images of tiled cloths of any color and style. Image recognition technique used to propose an automatic cloth measurement. A pattern is introduced to identify the garment along with its size measurements. The pattern can be chosen depending upon the contour area of given cloths. The system provides an effective tool to measure the cloth size. Using this tool we can provide the best performance outcome to the apparel industry.

Keywords: Image Processing, contour detection, Open Computer Vision, Python, FPGA, Xilinx PYNQ-Z1 board, Logitech C270 USB camera, cloth measurement, PC monitor.

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  8. Raja,Ramakrishnan,”Public key based Third party auditing for privacy preservation in Cloud Environment”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol116,No11,2017,pp 1-9.
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  12. Raja,Ramakrishnan,”Public key based Third party auditing for privacy preservation in Cloud Environment”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol116,No11,2017,pp 1-9.
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Authors:

R. Kavitha, Niranjana C

Paper Title:

Smart Health Care Monitoring System

Abstract: Health care sensor plays a vital role in hospitals to monitor the patient’s health with the progress in technology. In the proposed technology temperature sensor, heartbeat sensor, blood pressure sensor and glucose sensor are integrated in single module to monitor the patient’s health constantly. This also eliminates the manual procedure of thermometers and other devices for monitoring the health condition. This project deals with the microcontroller based monitoring system for heart rate, body temperature, sugar level, blood pressure and communication of monitored parameters through BLUETOOTH. The threshold value for the project is 20 to 120 pulses per minute for heartbeat, 18°C to 38°C for monitoring temperature, 120/80 for blood pressure and 70/120 for glucose. The Heart Rate, Body Temperature, sugar level and pressure level is transferred wirelessly to the doctor through GSM technique. The sensors monitor the parameters and transfer it through GSM Modem on the similar frequency at which cell phones work.

Keywords: IRD, GSM, Threshold value

References:

  1. Sathya, D., & Kumar, P. G. “Secured remote health monitoring system. Healthcare technology letters”, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 228-232, 2017.
  2. Adivarekar, JaieeSitaram, et al. "Patient Monitoring System Using GSM Technology.", International Journal of Mathematics And Computer Research 1.2, vol. 1, no. 2, pp.73-78, March 2013.
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  5. Margolis, Karen L., et al. "Effect of home blood pressure telemonitoring and pharmacist management on blood pressure control: a cluster randomized clinical trial." Jama,no.1 pp. 46-56, 2013.
  6. Amin, MdSyedul, JubayerJalil, and M. B. I. Reaz. "Accident detection and reporting system using GPS, GPRS and GSM technology." International Conference on Informatics, Electronics & Vision (ICIEV), IEEE, 2012.
  7. Latha, N. Anju, B. Rama Murthy, and U. Sunitha. "Design and development of A microcontroller based system for the measurement of blood glucose." Measurement vol. 2,no. 5 2012.
  8. Parekh, Dhvani. "Designing heart rate, Blood pressure and body temperature sensors for mobile On-call system." Thesis, 2010.
  9. Fezari, Mohamed, MounirBousbia-Salah, and MouldiBedda. "Microcontroller Based Heart Rate Monitor." International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT) vol. 5, no.4 ,2008.Ibrahim, Dogan, and KadriBuruncuk. "Heart rate measurement from the finger using a low-cost microcontroller." Near East University, Faculty of Engineering, 2005.
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  11. SaravananM,K .PradeepMohanKumar and Aramudhan, Broker Based Trust Management Model forRanking the Cloud Providers in Federated Architecture, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol116 (11), 2017, 21-29
  12. Sathya, D., and Ganesh Kumar. "Secured data aggregation in wireless sensor networks." Sensor Review vol. 38, no..3,2015.

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Authors:

K. Premalatha , J. J. Nandhini

Paper Title:

Safeguarding Two Wheeler User’s Lives Using Smart Helmet

Abstract: This paper proposes smart helmet for two wheeler riders. The smart helmet consists of two modules one is the helmet module and other one is engine module. The helmet module has inbuilt alcohol sensor, vibration sensor, a limit switch. These sensors communicate wirelessly with the two wheeler module of the two wheeler through RF transmitter. GPS and GSM system are kept closer to the engine. The engine module receives the information from helmet module through RF receiver. The spark plug is shorted to ground with the help of relay, which is connected to the controller. The relay senses and releases the spark plug from ground unless the signal comes from the controller. The proposed smart helmet doesn’t allow the vehicle to start unless the rider wears his/ her helmet. The proposed smart helmet also detects accidents and inform to the ambulance service through Global Positioning System (GPS) and Global System for Mobile communication (GSM). The smart helmet is developed and tested for various conditions such as two wheeler key not detected, Helmet not wore by the driver, alcohol is detected from the driver and when an accident occurs.

Keywords: Smart Helmet, PIC, Accident Prevention

References:

  1. K.Premalatha, Ms.J..J.Nandhini, “IoT based accident prevention and Emergency services”, Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 8 , Issue:  4  , 2017
  2. Manjesh N, Prof. Sudarshan raju C H, Safety measures for “Two wheelers by Smart Helmet and Four wheelers by vehicular Communication” ECEDSCE, JNTUA, Hindupur.
  3. Krishna Chaitanya, K.Praveen Kumar, “Smart helmet using arduino”, Hyderabad, 2013.
  4. Drunken driving protection system International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, December-2011.
  5. “Vehicle accident alert and locator” International Journal of Electrical & Computer Sciences IJECS-IJENS, Vol.11,
  6. Wang Wei, Fan Hanbo― “Traffic Accident Automatic Detection and Remote Alarm Device”
  7. Malarvizhi, R.Kiruba,” A Novel Method Of Supervision And Control Of First Order Level Process Using Internet OfThings”,Journal of Advanced Researchin Dynamical and Control Systems, vol9,No6,2017,1876-1894
  8. JebaSanthiya, D.Murugan,” Soft Computing Basedclassification Of electrogastrogram Signals” International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol116 No11,2017, 51-58

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Authors:

Md Taqiuddin, S. Lakshmi Shireen Banu

Paper Title:

Efficiency of Lateral System in Tall RC Building

Abstract: Shear walls have the important properties of lateral resistance in high rise building for earthquake and wind load forces. The sway developed by the lateral forces causes damage to the life and property. Thus, shear walls are initiated in the building to achieve necessary resistance to the lateral forces. Double core shear wall or box section shear wall is important to ensure adequate stiffness, strength and durability. The study has been done to analyze the affect of perimeter frames for structural systems in lateral performance of an irregular shape 30 storey ‘L-shape’ building for the subsequent cases 1: 125mm flat slab with drop, 2: 150mm flat slab without drop, 3: increase in diaphragm’s rigidity with 250mm at regular intervals, 4: outrigger + increase in diaphragm’s rigidity with 250mm at regular intervals.

Keywords: stiffness, strength and durability

References:

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  2. M.Lam, ‘et-al.’ “Dynamic wind loading of H-Shaped Tall buildings” – for 7th APCWE, November 8-12, 2009, Taipel, Taiwan.
  3. PankajAgarwal& Manish Shrikhande (2009) “Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures”.
  4. Alpha Sheth, “Effect of perimeter frames in seismic performance of tall concrete buildings with shear wall core and flat slab system” – for 14 WACEE on 12-10-2008 Beijing, China.
  5. Bayatil, ‘et-al.’ “Optimized use of Multi-outrigger System to stiffen Tall Buildings” – for 14 WCEE on 12-10-2008, Beijing, China.
  6. Chopa A.K (2005):- “Dynamics of structures theory and applications to Earthquake Engineering”, second edition.
  7. King-Le Chang and Chun-Chung Chen, “Outrigger System Study for Tall Building with Central Core and Square Floor Plate” – for CTBUH 2004 October 10-13, Seoul, Korea.
  8. Dong-Gyen Lee, ‘et-al’ “Use of Super Elements for an efficient analysis of high- rise building structures” – for CTBUH 2004 October 10-13, Seoul, Korea.
  9. Young S.Cho, ‘et-al.’ “A study of Flat Plate Slab – Column connections with Shear Plate in Tall concrete building using Experimental and Numerical Analysis” – for CTBUH 2004 October 10-13, Seoul, Korea.
  10. M.Reynuouard and J.F.Georgin, “Non linear response and modeling of RC walls subjected to seismic loading”, -paper no: 415, vol. 39, march-june2002 of ISET journal of EQ technology.
  11. F.Cruz and S.Cominetti, “Influence of Irregularities in Height and Different Design criteria on the inelastic response of building models” –Paper No: 631 for 11th WCEE, 1996.
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  13. H.Varyani “Structural Design of multi-storied buildings”, second edition.

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Authors:

S. Dhanalakshmi, B. G. Obula Reddy, K. Yogitha Lakshmi

Paper Title:

Building a Blockchain Approach with Hyperledger Transaction Flow and Distributed Consensus Algorithms

Abstract: Blockchain is an important, emerging technology and specifying lot of possibilities, its very much trending topic in recent years. Bitcon is well known implementation of block chain technology, Bitcoin in cryptocurrency has turned the recognition of the universe towards a unique technology. Its benefit as decentralization, persistency and consistency of sharing the informations, blockchain is a distributed ledger that can record transactions efficiently verifiable and permanent way between two parties. Blockchain technologies focus on various applications perspectives and discuss the new technological challenges in confidentiality, integrity, authentication, internet of things and smart contract etc. it can be used to record the peer to peer network with public or private key pair of transactions, authors signed the transactions to be verified with key pair, save the transactions in blockchain network, once the transaction verified it cannot be altered subsequently. This paper present and focus on various techniques of hyperledger fabric systems architecture, transaction flow, membership and identity management, then understanding of hyperledger fabric with consensus algorithms. Hyperledger is one of the fastest growing open-source blockchain, it can dozens of company working together, building a blockchain fabric that can support the framework to test the interaction between application and secure blockchain networks, that require every peer to execute every transaction maintain a ledger and run consensus, does not support private blockchain and confidentiality. The first block chain systems is hyperledger fabric run on distributed applications with multiple programming language. 

Keywords: Blockchain, Peer-to-Peer Network, Private-Public Key Pair, Hyperledger Fabric, Consensus Agorithms, Blockchain, Smart Contract

References:

  1. High-Performance Consensus Mechanisms for Blockchains Signe Rüsch TU Braunschweig, Germany ruesch@ibr.cs.tu-bs.de, EuroDW’18, April 23, 2018, Porto, Portugal 2018, PP 1-3, http://conferences.inf.ed.ac.uk/EuroDW2018/papers/eurodw18-Rusch.pdf
  2. Ambili, KN., and Sindhu, M., and Sethumadhavan, M., On Federated and Proof Of Validation Based Consensus Algorithm In Blockchain. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 2017
  3. Atzei, N., Bartoletti, M., and Cimoli, T., A survey of attacks on ethereum smart contracts (sok). In International Conference on Principles of Security and Trust (2017), Springer, pp. 164-186.
  4. Baliga, A., Understanding blockchain consensus models. Tech. rep., Persistent Systems Ltd, 2017.
  5. Cachin, C., Architecture of the hyperledger blockchain fabric. In Workshop on Distributed Cryptocurrencies and Consensus Ledgers, (2016).
  6. Imran Bashir, Mastering Blockchain, Distributed ledgers, decentralization and smart contracts explained, (2017)
  7. KPMG, Consensus immutable agreement for internet of values, https://assets.kpmg.com/content/dam/kpmg/pdf/2016/06/kpmgblockchain-consensus-mechanism.pdf
  8. Mattila, J., The blockchain phenomenon. (Berkeley Roundtable of the International Economy, 2016, edn.), (2016).
  9. Nakamoto, S., Bitcoin: A peer-to-peer electronic cash system, 2008.
  10. Sankar, L. S., Sindhu, M., and Sethumadhavan, M., Survey of consensus protocols on blockchain applications. In Advanced Computing and Communication Systems(ICACCS), 2017 4th International Conference on (2017), IEEE, pp. 1-5. [10] Wood, G., Ethereum: A secure decentralized generalized transaction ledger. Ethereum Project Yellow Paper (2014).
  11. Application of blockchain technology to banking and financial sector in India, 2017.
  12. Survey on blockchain technologies and related services, Japans Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI), 2016.
  13. Blockchains & distributed ledger technologies, https://blockchainhub.net/blockchains-and-distributed-ledgertechnologies-in-general/.
  14. https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.10228 hyperledger fabric: a distributed operating system for permissioned blockchains”, research paper in eurosys 2018.
  15. https://blog.acolyer.org/2018/06/04/hyperledger-fabric-a-distributed-operating-system-for-permissioned-blockchains/
  16. https://hyperledger-fabric.readthedocs.io/en/release-1.2/blockchain.html
  17. https://blockgeeks.com/guides/blockchain-consensus/

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Authors:

Sanjeeva Polepaka, R. P. Ram Kumar

Paper Title:

A Study on Performance Analysis of Multi-Level Feedback Queue Scheduling Approach

Abstract: In CPU scheduling, various algorithms are used to schedule the processes. Few of them are First come first serve (FCFS), Shortest Job First (SJF), Shortest Remaining Time First (SRTF), Priority Scheduling, Round Robin (RR), Multi-Level Queue (MLQ), Multi-Level Feedback Queue (MLFQ) scheduling approaches. This scheduling is used to process the scheduling of operating systems, which is responsible for assigning the CPU time to available processes. To get user interactivity, throughput, real-time responsiveness, and more. The objective of the paper is to present an idea that keeps the CPU in maximum utilization until the process is requesting for an event. When the process is waiting for an event to occur, the CPU is switched between the processes for better utilization by consuming CPU cycles. The paper also addresses the four different approaches and their average waiting time in processing the jobs.

Keywords: CPU Scheduling, Process Scheduling, First come first Serve (FCFS), Shortest Job First (SJF), Shortest Remaining Time First (SRTF), Round Robin(RR), Multilevel Feedback Queue (MLFQ), Waiting Time.

References:

  1. Malhar Thombare, Rajiv Sukhwani, Priyam Shah"Efficient implementation of Multilevel Feedback Queue Scheduling”, International Conference on Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Networking (WiSPNET), September 2016.
  2. Silberchatz, Galvin, and Gagne, operating systems concepts, 8th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, 2009.
  3. Deepali Maste, Leena Ragha, Nilesh Marathe, "Intelligent Dynamic Time Quantum Allocation IMLFQ Scheduling" in International Journal of Information and Computation Technology, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 311-322, 2013, International Research Publications House, ISBN 0974-2239.
  4. S. Tanenbaum, “Modern Operating Systems” Prentice Hall Publications, 2009.

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Authors:

T. Ramachandran S. Murugapoopathi, D. Vasudevan

Paper Title:

RSM based Empirical Model for the Performance and Emission Characteristics of ROME Biodiesel

Abstract: In the current scenario, the production of biodiesel for IC engine plays important role due to the undesirable pollution and cost hike of the conventional fuels. In India, milk from the rubber tree (HeveaBrasiliensis) is used for the production of elastic materials which are most widely used in engineering applications. But the seed from the rubber tree is kept wasted without any further usage and hence in this research the oil produced from the rubber seed is suggested for effective biodiesel production. The rubber seed oil (RSO) is converted in to usable rubber seed oil methyl ester (ROME) biodiesel using trans-esterification and tested for the characteristics of performance and emission through variable compression ratio (VCR) engine. The detailed set of experiments are conducted in the VCR engine with different biodiesel-diesel ratios to evaluate the BTE, SFC, CO, CO2 and NOx levels of the blends. A mathematical model also developed using Response Surface Method (RSM) for these parameters such that the compression ratio, fuel blend, engine load, and injection pressure are the design variables, The experimental results are used in the RSM to create the mathematical models and the models are checked for the ANOVA and p-test. Finally the models are tested with the new sets of experimental results. 

Keywords: ROME, VCR engine, RSM, Emission, biodiesel

References:

  1. Wilson, V. H. (2012). Optimization of diesel engine parameters using Taguchi method and design of evolution. Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering34(4), 423-428.
  2. Muralidharan, K., &Vasudevan, D. (2015). Applications of artificial neural networks in prediction of performance, emission and combustion characteristics of variable compression ratio engine fuelled with waste cooking oil biodiesel. Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering37(3), 915-928.
  3. Wong, P. K., Wong, K. I., Vong, C. M., & Cheung, C. S. (2015). Modeling and optimization of biodiesel engine performance using kernel-based extreme learning machine and cuckoo search. Renewable Energy74, 640-647.
  4. Hassan, N. M. S., Rasul, M. G., &Harch, C. A. (2015). Modelling and experimental investigation of engine performance and emissions fuelled with biodiesel produced from Australian Beauty Leaf Tree. Fuel150, 625-635.
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Authors:

Vishwanath B J, Rex

Paper Title:

Use of Steel Slag as Coarse and Fine Aggregate in Porous Concrete Pavements

Abstract: Due to increasing demand of raw materials for construction of roads, the environmental eco system is getting imbalanced. Hence there is a need to preserve natural resources by using eco friendly alternative materials. Steel slag is one such alternative material, which is an industrial by product that can be used as an alternative to aggregates in partial replacement in road construction. Slag may be used as both coarse and fine aggregates in cement concrete. Hence in the present study mix design for conventional porous concrete was carried out for different proportion of fine and coarse aggregate (0:100, 10:90, 15:85, 20:80, and 30:70). The optimum dosage of FA:CA for the conventional porous concrete mix, giving high strength with acceptable permeability was fixed i.e 20:80 Then the mix design for porous concrete was carried out for partial replacement coarse and fine aggregates with steel slag in 20:80 mix. i.e Replacing only the coarse aggregate in FA:CA (20:80) mix with the air cooled LD slag in three different proportions such as 10%, 30% and 50% .i.e keeping FA-20% constant and replacing coarse aggregate by slag in 80% of CA and Replacing only the fine aggregate in FA:CA (20:80) with the granulated LD slag in three different proportions such as 30%, 60% and 90% .i.e keeping CA 80% constant and replacing fine aggregate by slag in 20% FA. Finally the mix design properties in terms of strength and permeability are evaluated for the porous concrete prepared with coarse and fine slag. 

Keywords: Porous concrete; Air cooled LD slag; Granulated LD slag; Coarse aggregate

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Authors:

B. Kishore , V. Vijaya Kumar

Paper Title:

Local Texton Centre Symmetric Pattern Matrix (Ltcspm) On Wavelet Domain for Texture Classification

Abstract: This paper proposes a novel local descriptor, local texton center symmetric texture matrix (LTCSTM) for texture classification on wavelet domain. The proposed LTCSTM extracts i) structural features from texton representation ii) Local texton center symmetric pattern (LTCSP) code iii) integrates the above two features with gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) features. The texture classification is performed using machine learning classifiers. Initially the raw image is transformed in to wavelet based image. The LL-1 image is sub divided in to local regions of size 2 x 2 and each region is replaced with texton index. The LTCSP is derived on texton index image. The LTCSP code replaces the center pixel of the 3x3 window. The derivation of co-occurrence matrix on this LTCSP coded image derives the proposed LTCSTM. The GLCM features on LTCSTM are used for texture classification. The proposed LTCSTM is compared with state-of-art of texton based methods and local descriptors of LBP on five popular databases. The experimental evidence clearly indicates the efficiency of the proposed method over the rest of the state-of-art methods.

Keywords: Local binary pattern, GLCM features, classifiers, integrated features, wavelet domain.

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Authors:

Nara Sreekanth ,Munaga HM Krishna Prasad

Paper Title:

Age Classification Based On Appearance Model Using Local Ternary Direction Pattern Approach

Abstract: The appearance model play a vital role in many applications related to facial images. This paper derives a new approach of appearance model using local ternary derivative patterns on human facial images for effective age groups classification. In the literature direction patterns are derived with respect to central pixel of the neighborhood. This paper derives ternary direction patters (TDP) between sampling points of the neighborhood with a strong assumption that the relationship between adjacent pixels derive rich information. This paper divides the neighborhood into vertical and horizontal units and derives the TDP and based on the relative frequencies of horizontal and vertical TDP, this paper derives horizontal vertical direction unit matrix (HVDUM). The gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) features are derived on HVDUM for age classification and the experimental results are compared with the existing methods and the results indicate the efficiency of the proposed method over the existing methods. 

Keywords: neighborhood; vertical-horizontal units; GLCM features; sampling points

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Authors:

J.Srinivas, Ahmed Abdul Moiz Qyser, B. Eswara Reddy

Paper Title:

Texture Classification Based On Fuzzy Similarity Texton Co-Occurrence Matrix

Abstract: In the existing texton based methods a texton is derived in a grid by a collection of pixels exhibiting exactly the similar grey level values/color/attributes. The disadvantage of this approach is they fail in recognizing textons, whenever a small random noise changes the pixels intensity values slightly. This paper addresses this by deriving a fuzzy similarity ‘S’ in identification of texton patterns. The proposed Fuzzy similarity Texton Co-occurrence Matrix (FSTCM) framework considers the pixels whose gray level value falls within the fuzzy similarity index value as texton pattern. The FSTCM divides initially the texture image into micro regions of size 2x2, identifies the textons and transforms the texture image into a fuzzy texton image. This paper derives gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) features on FSTCM and the proposed method is tested on five popular texture image databases. The experimental investigation reveals the high performance of the proposed method over the state of art local based and texton based methods. 

Keywords: texton, similarity; micro region; GLCM features; random noise.

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Authors:

Tamilarasu Viswanathan, P Maithili

Paper Title:

A Novel Improved Resonant LLC Converter with Minimal Components

Abstract: This paper presented a novel improved resonant LLC converter with minimal components compared with existing design. Conventional Full H-Bridge in converter replace with differential boost for improving the overall gain of the circuit and also able to operated buck, boost and buck-boost. As a result, the component size is significantly reduced and enhance the size and cost of the converter. Different modes of operations presented for understanding the new converter in terms of switching frequency and gain. An Experimental and simulation result confirms the effectiveness of the proposed inverter.

Keywords: Resonant tank, DC-DC converter, buck, boost, buck-boost, switching frequency, inverter, overall gain.

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Authors:

S. Kaliappan, A. Ezhilarasi, S. AbhianayaPriya, N. J. Nivetha

Paper Title:

Embedded System Based Home Security Surveillance using Raspberry PI

Abstract: This paper is based on home based security system. In modern world people are instructed on home automation, but don’t care about home security. Security is much more important than automation of home because it can save life and commodity of the people. This paper proposes two main important aspects. One of the processes is automatic sending of message to home owner with help of GSM when door is open by unauthorized user using PIC microcontroller and next one is surveillance camera usage for home security by raspberrypi-3Raspberrypiis used for image processing, image processing can be done only if user can enter wrong password it will indicate to raspberry pi for image processing for finding out the unauthorized person.

Keywords: Home automation, camera, GSM, PIC-microcontroller

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Authors:

T. Kameswara Rao, M. Rajyalakshmi, T. V. Prasad, V. KoteswaraRao

Paper Title:

Handling Complete-Verbs of Telugu in Machine Translation

Abstract: Verbs can be divided into two types, transitive and intransitive. A verb can be derived into many forms like complete, incomplete, reflexive, causative, interrogative, passive, negative, etc. in Telugu. Transitive verbs need an object to perform action on it, while intransitive verbs do not need. Between the complete and incomplete verbs, only complete verbs can convey fulfilled or complete meaning of the sentence, while incomplete verbs cannot. Reflexive verbs convey that the action performed is for self. Causative verbs convey that the action is made done. Interrogative verbs are used for inquiry. Passive verbs are object oriented, which emphasize action rather than actor. A verb can be derived into its negative and positive forms. Verbs can again be grouped into regular and irregular type based on the way how they form. Various types of complete-verb derivatives of regular and irregular verbs, based on tense/ mood, number, and gender are discussed in detail in this paper. Only complete verbs of Telugu were considered for handling their conjugations in Machine Translation (MT) in this paper. 

Keywords: Telugu Conjugations, Conjugation Handling, Machine Translation, Morphological Analysis.

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Authors:

S. Geetha, L. Prasika

Paper Title:

Ground Level Ozone Prediction for Delhi using LSTM-RNN

Abstract: Outdoor air pollutants are bringing adverse effects on the living being health. Air quality is deteriorating due to multi-pollutants such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Nitrogen oxide (NOx), Ozone (O3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5), Particulate Matter 10 (PM10), etc. Out of these multi-pollutants, ground level Ozone is creating major health issues in lungs, heart, etc. Ground level Ozone is formed due to reactions between Nitrogen, vehicle emissions, Industrial emissions, and gasoline with the presence of sunlight. Recently, Deep Learning Techniques are applied in all prediction problems. Here, we proposed the Recurrent Neural Network based LSTM prediction model to predict the ground level ozone. The model is created with the historical data collected from various stations in and around Delhi. The model is providing more accuracy to predict the ground level ozone than the stare-of-art techniques. The model is evaluated with normalized mean square error and mean absolute error. 

Keywords: Sulfur dioxide (SO2), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Nitrogen oxide (NOx), Ozone (O3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5),

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