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Volume 1, Issue 3

International Journal of Advanced Research Methodology in Engineering & Technology

ISSN 2456-6446

Volume 1, Issue 3, May 2017

Online Mobile Application Development using Ionic Framework for Educational Institutions

Rakesh P.K, M.Kannan

We often see education institutions using conventional method to manage school and student related affairs and activities. Events are still managed by sticking news in notice boards and by issuing memos. This at times creates confusion and lot of inconvenience to students, teachers and school management. Thus it becomes difficult to follow-up proceedings. Using technology in the easiest manner is the best solution to manage this effectively. The aim of the project is to develop an Online Build Tool for creating Mobile Application for Educational Institutions. Using the application created events can be managed efficiently. Managing activities of teachers is also one among many functionalities application provides. The online build tools involve options to select functionalities required from a pool of common services usually used by educational Institutions. On proceeding further, templates for the mobile application will be shown. After selecting desired template, by using online build tool apk,ipa files can be generated .The apk,ipa files is of hybrid in nature and works according to Responsive Web Design pattern. Generated apk, ipa files will be uploaded to a portal with download option.

Effect Of TiO2 On Polymer Fiber/Foam Reinforced Nano Composites

A.Thiagarajan, M.Anbarasan, E.Deenadhayalan, P.Senthilkumaran, B.Sivaprakash, K.Velmurugan, V.S.K.Venkatachalapathy

In this work the impact strength of TiO2 Nano polymer composites where investigated. The matrix material used in this work as thermoset polymer of epoxy resin and reinforcement as woven roving mat, chopped strand mat (glass fiber) and synthetic foam. The composite laminates were prepared by hand lay-up method with varying weight percentage of (0, 1, 3) wt. % of nanoparticles TiO2 on epoxy resin. The additional of nanoparticles titanium dioxide (TiO2) improved the impact strength. The dispersion of TiO2 epoxy resin were analyzed using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The impact strength of the laminates was tested using Izod and Charpy methods. The addition of 1 wt. % of TiO2 has increased the impact strength of 27.35% as compared to without nano samples. The fractured surface were analyzed using Scanning Electron Microscope.

Collision Avoidance System in Vehicles

R.Vignesh, L.Karthikeyan, J.Karthik raja, B.Maheshwaran

Nowadays, vehicle accidents in India have increased tremendously. To minimize the accident rate, we have designed and developed a technology called “collision avoidance system in vehicles”. The main objective of the project is to avoid the accident of vehicles. It consists of IR sensors, control unit and pneumatic systems. IR sensors are used to detect any obstacle closer to the vehicles. Control unit controls the pneumatic system and the signal is given to pneumatic system when there is an obstacle near the vehicle. Compressor provides the power to the pneumatic system. The pneumatic system actuates the brake of the vehicle automatically to reduce the speed of vehicle. The bumper will be expanded to minimize the severity of the accident. The accident can be reduced by installing this apparatus in vehicles and severity of accident can be minimized.

Remote Patient Monitoring Using Internet of Things

J.Navarajan, S.Manoj, R.Saravanan, G.K.Sri Nandhala

Most of the time people at rural areas lose their lives due to lack of access to higher end medical treatments and diagnosis. This happens largely because the health care unit at rural areas do not have facilities for higher end treatment. Moreover they are unable to share the patient details to doctors present at other locations for any consultation regarding guidelines to undergo further treatment. This problem can be eradicated by improving the efficiency of healthcare by transferring information from patient at rural health care unit to the doctor at other location through IoT for obtaining guidelines to undergo further treatment based on the patient data. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a device which gathers and share information directly with transmitter and receiver, this enables the doctor to gather record and examine new data streams quicker and more accurately. The IoT technology fetches the data from the sensors attached to patient like heart rate, temperature and patient position.

Investigation on tensile strength of silicon carbide epoxy polymer nanocomposite

A.Thiagarajan, E.Melvin Joe, S.Sugandhan, N.Sundaravaradan, L.Sundaravelu, K.Velmurugan, V.S.K.Venkatachalapathy

In this work, the tensile properties of silicon carbide nano composites were reported. The matrix material used in this work is thermoset polymer of epoxy resin. The reinforcement is glass fiber of Woven Roving Mat (WRM) and Chopped Strand Mat (CSM). The Nano composite laminates are prepared by hand layup method, by varying the nanoparticles Silicon carbide (Sic) 0, 1, 2 and 3 Wt. % respectively. The dispersion of Silicon carbide in resin was studied using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The addition of silicon carbide improved the tensile strength of composites.

Crime analysis through newspaper articles with crawler intelligence and data mining integration

Ashwini B. Bais, Jayant Adhikari, G.Rajesh Babu 

Crime analysis is one of the most important activities of the majority of the intelligent and law enforcement organizations all over the world. Thus, it seems necessary to study reasons, factors and relations between occurrence of different crimes and finding the most appropriate ways to control and avoid more crimes. A major challenge faced by most of the law enforcement and intelligence organizations is efficiently and accurately analyzing the growing volumes of crime related data. The vast geographical diversity and the complexity of crime patterns have made the analyzing and recording of crime data more difficult. This paper presents an intelligent crime analysis system which is designed to overcome the above mentioned problems. Data mining is used extensively in terms of analysis, investigation and discovery of patterns for occurrence of different crimes. The proposed system is a web-based system which performs crime analysis through news articles. In this paper we use a clustering/ classification based model to automatically group the retrieved documents into a list of meaningful categories. The data mining techniques are used to analyze the web data.

Investigation of surface roughness on fiber reinforced composite using abrasive water jet machining

A.Thiagarajan, G.Padmapriyaa, R.Raveena, K.Velmurugan, V.S.K.Venkatachalapathy

The main objective of this work is to investigate the surface roughness on fiber reinforced silicon carbide nano composite using abrasive water jet machining. Epoxy resin, glass fibres and silicon carbide (nano particles) in varying percentage is used to fabricate the composite laminates. Obtaining different composites of varying nano particle, it is machined through abrasive water jet machining, to check the surface roughness in the machined edges and sides. Using surface roughness tester surface roughness value has been calculated.The surface were analyzed using scanning electron microscope (SEM).

Audit for Data Sharing & Retrieval from Revoked Users with Proof Verify

R.Sowmya, R.Sindhuja, S.Lillysheeba, S.Indumathi

Many new security threats are found in the outsourcing of data to the cloud. The powerful machines and strong security mechanisms were provided by the Cloud Service Provider(CSP) in early stage.Data auditing scheme enables the cloud users to check the integrity of the stored data without downloading them,they are known as block-less verification.Auditing schemes help the user to interact with the CSP to check the correctness of their outsourced data.The current scheme, achieves a efficient handling of dynamic data.So, we extend the existing threat model by adopting signature exchange idea, so that possible dispute will settle fairly .We enhanced our schema is secure and performance evaluation. Perform evaluation will say about the evaluation of the overhead of data dynamics.We differentiate block indices,tag indices and devise an index switcher to avoid tag recomputation caused by blockup data operation. In existing, the client and the CSP potentially misbehave while auditing and data update. So we extended to provide fair arbitration for solving disputes between clients and the CSP and promotion ofauditing schemes in the cloud environment.

Modelling and analysis of multilevel inverter for photovoltaic system

G.Akalya, K.Aswini, K.Nandhini, S.R.Nandhini, M.Valan Rajkumar, B.Rajeshkumar

Multilevel inverter is a power electronic device and that is become more or more popularize over the years in high-voltage high-power applications. Multilevel inverters have unique structure which makes it possible to reach high voltages with less harmonic content and lower EMI. The harmonic content of the output voltage waveform decreases as the number of output voltage increases. This paper presents a 21-level multi-level inverter with Asymmetrical cascaded MLI topology. This proposed multilevel inverter topology here is implemented in single-phase with different pulse width modulation (PWM) techniques, which requires less number of components, and gate drive circuit as compared to other multilevel inverters. A multicarrier PWM technique is used for multilevel inverter topology to generate 21-level output phase voltage. Finally simulation results of a 21-level multi-level inverter topology are carried out using MATLAB/Simulink R2014a software version.

Yaw Controller and Independent Braking System

Y.Saibernard, B.Nilesh Kumar, V.Sudarsan

This paper deals with the innovation of an add on device which enhances the performance of an automobile. The add on device which is used consists of the use of electronically operated solenoid valve. The valve is placed between the flowline of brake hose and it is manually controlled by the driver. So when the switch is operated any of the flowlines in the brake can be connected and disconnected based on this. This operation is made use in the braking of any of the four wheels while the vehicle is still in acceleration. This method can be used as an alternate for traction control system in a cheaper way. This can also be used in racing events like FSAE or SUPRA and NASCAR racing or in off road cars which is used in Baja. This also reduces the understeer and oversteer problems which is faced by most of the racing cars while cornering. Any failure in design of roll center can be compensated by this. Another main advantage of this system is that, the yawing motion which is occurs in sports car and race cars due to crosswinds and vehicle instability can be controlled by this system by getting input from yaw motion sensor and controlling the straight ahead motion of the vehicle by braking independent wheels.

An overview of viable use of bacterial concrete for crack healing

Jeya Prabakar.J, Jeya Shajan Singh.J, Somasundaram.T, Kalaimani.T, Aiswarya.S

It is very common for concrete to develop cracks. There are many causes for crack development in concrete. Some of the major causes are, temperature variations, chemical reactions, weathering, shrinkage, error in design/construction, etc. Cracks in concrete will deteriorate the strength of the structure. Use of bacterial concrete is one of the eco friendly techniques for crack healing. This technique uses the calcium precipitate produced by bacterial metabolic activities to heal cracks. Bacterial concrete shows greater strength and durability than normal concrete. This paper presents a review of recent works done in bacterial concrete and the process involved in crack healing. An exhaustive literature study about the experimental studies on strength and durability properties of bacterial concrete is also presented here. From the existing works it is found that bacterial concentration of 105 cells/ml is identified as optimum concentration. Use of wheat bran is found as an alternative substrate to bacterial growth to minimize the cost.

IOT Based Wearable Health Monitoring System for Pregnant Ladies Using CC3200

V.Santhi, K.Ramya, APJ.Tarana, G.Vinitha

The world mortality rate has decreased but many women are still dying every day from pregnancy complications. Various technic resources are being used in an integrated manner in order to minimize even more the death of both mothers and babies. Pregnant women from rural areas can’t do their regular checkups at the early stage of pregnancy. But routine checkup can avoid birth of physically challenged infant in this system. Some vital parameters of pregnant women like pressure, temperature, heartbeat rate are monitored and measured. This project provides a wearable device which will continuously monitor the vital parameters to be monitored for a patient and do data logging continuously. If any critical situation arises for a patient, this unit rise an alarm and communicates to the web app using WIFI which is in-built in CC3200.It will collect and transfer the information to the doctor at the earliest because of IoT and the product is compact and wearable.Also in this proposed system IoT has been implemented and its related technology plays a dynamic rolein pregnant women. IoT ensures the effective and efficient care of pregnant women in any environment .The usage of these advanced technologies in pregnant women care environment, absolutely eradicates the pregnancy complications and harmful incidents.

Experimental Investigation and Fibre Loading On Mechanical Properties of CFF/Wood Dust Reinforced Polyester Composite

V.Hariganesh, H.Jegan Rao, V.Harish, B.A.Gopinath

Growth in the field of Natural and biomaterial composites have directed in the enlargement of various innovative materials and products which are eco-friendly as well as biodegradable. Many researchers used natural plant fibers like bamboo, coir, jute, sisal, cotton, wheat straw and wood etc. Here we found the CFF based composites and it is treated with rose water for the purification and bleaching. After that the processed feather have been mixed up with musafibre and wood dust to show cast the performance of combination. Testing specimens have been made with the compression moulding technique, various tests have been conducted to identify the unique property .By using the waste of poultry industry and to enhance the use of livestock waste in a sustainable growth of the earth and healthy environment.

Smart CCTV Image Enhancement with Multiple Filtering Techniques

K.E.Ganesh, A.Suresh Kumar, R.Venkadesh, K.S.Manojee

Automated means of video surveillance for public safety enhancement have existed for quite some time but have gained significant popularity only in recent years. Enhanced awareness for public safety is leading to innovative research by making use of multimedia information and telecommunications for disaster and crime prevention and management of secure environments. However, often the image quality in the video surveillance systems is low and do not fulfill the application requirements. There is a need for smart CCTV surveillance system, where the system is intelligent enough to detect the changes in the live video stream using Image Comparison technique and segregates only the motion detected image. The motion detected images are of low quality due to sunlight exposure and outside noise. To enhance the quality of the image using the Image Filtering techniques to make them more suitable for further processing. In our proposed system, the Comparison is done using covariance Tracking and quality of the image will be improved using Median Filter and Homomorphic Filter, the median filter is a nonlinear digital filtering technique, often used to remove noise. Such noise reduction is a typical pre-processing step to improve the results of later processing. Median filtering is very widely used in digital image processing because, under certain conditions, it preserves edges while removing noise. The Homomorphic Filter is used to improve appearance of an image by simultaneous brightness range compression and contrast enhancement. This system, will provide a complete security and smart image processing system saves only the detected images and reduces the overhead of saving the entire video in hard disk. The image filters improve the image quality by removing noise and correcting brightness and contrast parameters.

Energy metering and monitoring of distribution transformer using PLC

Prathibha.V, Keerthana.D, Rekha.N, Saranya.P, Madhanraj.R

The main objective of this paper is healthy monitoring of household appliances and distribution transformers. Discussing the later, the distribution transformers are one of the most expensive equipments in power system. Even a small fault may lead to a very big loss. In order to overcome these faults, monitoring of distribution transformers is very essential. The problems in the former are difficulties in billing and determining the energy usage. The proposed system uses power line carrier communication (PLCC) based system for the continuous monitoring and recording of energy consumption thus helping in energy auditing. The recorded data is sent continuously for every interval of time using the PLCC technique and the data are stored in the database in the EB substation. In addition to this, in the distribution side, various parameters like current, voltage, temperature, power etc., of the distribution transformer are monitored and the data is sent to the database in the sub-station. The collected data are sent to the microcontroller where there is a preset value. The changes in the parameters are sensed and recorded in the microcontroller. Based on the protocol, information is sent to the sub-station and other sequence of operation is performed for the protection of the distribution transformers.

Social set analysis for big data

S.Nandhini, T.Karthikeyan, T.Rubika

In Computational Social Science, the analytical approaches can be defined by four paradigms namely social network analysis (theory of graph), social simulations (agent-based modeling and cellular automation), text analysis (extracting and classifying the information) and social complexity analysis (analysis complex systems). However for societal and organizational analysis, for analyzing big social data, there exists no approach to model, conceptualize, analyze, predict and explain social media interactions. To overcome this limitation, this paper undergoes another comprehensive approach to big social data analytics called Social Set Analysis. It comprises of theory of social data, philosophies of computational work, formal and conceptual models of social data and generative framework for combining the big social data with the societal and organizational data sets. It also undergoes four case studies covering the range of descriptive, predictive, prescriptive and visual analytical methods for analyzing the big social data sets. Current drawbacks of set-theoretical approach and the future implementations are discussed in this paper.

An intelligent secure and automation system for railway

P.Nivethitha, Nivetha, K.Logeshwari, C.Keerthana

The length of metro lines with driverless train operation (DTO) systems is increasing globally and is predicted to triple in the next 10 years. This paper gives the history and future trend of the DTO systems. The opportunities provided by the DTO systems, such as lower operation costs, increased capacity, and energy efficiency, are explained and the relevant research are reviewed. Furthermore, the challenges faced by the DTO systems are analyzed, such as safety issues, train control technology, and emergency situations.

Smart trash can using internet of things

D.Balaji, S.Meera, F.Arshya Banu, M.Priya, C.ShinySherlin, K.Sathyapriya

The aim of the project is to control the waste management system of Municipal by using Internet. Internet of Things (IoT) is the concept of basically connecting any device with an, on and off switch to the internet. This project connects the trashcan to the internet. It will update the status of the trashcan to the Municipal so that the garbage will be cleaned earlier to the overflow stage. This smart trashcan has three Infrared sensors which are used to find the level of the garbage in the trashcan. If the level reaches the threshold value, Raspberry pi model will send message to a mobile application as well as to an IoT cloud. In addition, the trashcan will have separate section for degradable and non-degradable wastes. The wastes which are thrown to the trashcan will fall on a plate. A capacitive is used to detect the degradable and non- degradable wastes. Initially the trashcan for non-degradable wastes is placed under the plate. If the public put the degradable wastes, a motor will rotate the trashcan for degradable waste under the plate. Then the waste will fall on the correct section. This project will help to improve the waste management system and it will help to change the city as smart city.

Student Information Management System(SIMS)

S.Murali, J.Lavanya, P.Vijayasree, T.Pavithra

In this project,student details are maintained.The personal details of student are stored in a separate table.The personal details includes Name,Age,Gender,Contact details,Department,Year,Section etc.This then is stored in a separate table in a database.Then other table which contains the academic details of the students.This is proposed for the use of staffs in colleges for maintaining the records of students with ease.So, the table contains academic details of all students.The academic details of whole class will b stored.The marks of students are obtained from the staff for the respective student in a table form.The staff logs in with userid and password.Then for entering the academic marks staff has to give the respective Class,Section and Batch(Year) and then a secret key to get logged in.Then respective students name,rollnumber and the subjects will be retrieved in that table and text boxes are given to enter the marks.then on submiting the academic marks get stored.Then reports are generated based on the academic marks for that particular class.Then chart is generated for the class by observing the overall performance of the students.The academic details includes the Cycle-Test1, Cycle-Test2, Cycle-Test3,Model exam,University results.In university results the credit points are given based on that the results are stored.Chart is generated in classwise,departmentwise and batchwise.The barchart will give the overall percentage of respective class in a simple way.Barchart is used to represent the details in a easy way of understanding.The academic details are consolidated and presented in the chart.

Comparative study on seismic performance of steel frame structure with visco elastic dampers at different positions


Dampers are energy dissipating devices widely used for new and existing structures in earthquake prone areas to control the effect of earthquake on buildings. A new steel frame for seismic energy dissipation and performance is studied. Dissipation of energy is provided for with the use of visco-elastic material that works in shear and of elasto-plastic steel plates that acts in bending. In this study visco-elastic dampers are utilised to improve the seismic performance of the 5 storey steel frame structure. The modelling of frame and the evaluation of the seismic performance of steel frame with dampers in different positions are studied by static equilibrium analysis which is carried out by ETABS software.

Optimized design of coastal observatory for Indian gulf conditions

N.Preetham Rajan, Satya Kiran Raju, Vijay Raj

The design of offshore structure are mainly governed by environmental conditions at proposed location and also meta-ocean parameter like waves, water level, currents, wind etc.., which are need to be collected for longer duration by deploying instruments. These instruments are support by floating system in deep waters and fixed platform in shallower waters. The present study aims at identifying optimum three legged and four legged jacket configuration for coastal observatories in shallower waters. Different configuration of jacket platform with varied batter angle are modelled using finite element method subjected to suitable environment loading in water depth of 20m. All structural member of each configuration are sized considering a utilization factor of 0.75 and its structural weights are estimated. It is observed that the optimum structural configuration with minimal weight for 3legged jacket is 10.5 tonnes and 4legged jacket is 11.25 tonnes. Thus the paper concludes in providing optimized design methodology for jacket platform using Finite element methods.

Multifunctional Hydrophobic Antifouling Coating for Marine Applications

P.Sumalatha Devi, S.Sreeja Kumari, T.Bharathi Dasan, A.Elango

Non-toxic, economical and eco-friendly Antifouling coating for ship hull with multifunctional properties was successfully developed with silicone acrylic resin, Nano silica and other pigments like Titanium dioxide possessing functional properties. The physical and chemical properties of the coated film surface was characterized by SEM, FTIR, Contact angle measurement and Salt spray test. Moreover the antifouling property also was evaluated through field immersion studies in sea water. Hydrophobicity of the coating is substantiated from the water contact angle above 130˚. The anticorrosive property of the coating was predominant even after continuous exposure for several hours in the salt spray chamber. The antifouling behavior evaluated for a duration of 60 days of immersion in sea water confirms sustained antifouling protection without the use of biocides and toxic volatile compounds.

Optimizing Fault Tolerance Using Montage Method

Sindhuja.S, Kayalvili.S

Process science workflows are with success run on ancient HPC systems like clusters and Grids for several years. Today, users have an interest to execute their progress applications within the Cloud to take advantage of the economic and technical advantages of this new rising technology. The readying and management of workflows over these existing heterogeneous and not nevertheless practical Cloud suppliers, however, remains a difficult task for the progress developers. This represents a broker-based framework for running workflows in a very multi-Cloud setting. The Pointer Gossip Content available Network picture Framework permits Associate in Nursing automatic choice of the target Clouds, a regular access to the Clouds, and progress knowledge management with relevancy user Service Level Agreement (SLA) necessities. Following a simulation approach, the Pointer Gossip is evolved Content available Network picture Framework with a true scientific progress application in numerous readying situations. The results show that our Pointer Gossip Content available Network picture Framework offers advantages to users by death penalty workflows with the expected performance and repair quality at lowest price.

Student faculty relationship application (For VCET)

A.W.Rebecca Shirley Cynthiya, V.Logalakshmi

This project is based on student and faculty interaction. It manages the student information and interaction of the student and faculty online, work can be reduced and faculty can sanction all documents online. It keeps tracks of all the student records regarding assignments.

Administration automation system

P.N.Karthikayan, G.Venkateshbabu, T.Ramkumar, G.S.Karthick

Employee are the backbone of any college therefore their management plays a major role in deciding the success of an organization [1].employee management software makes it easy for employer to keep track of all records. This software makes it easy for the employee to keep track of all records. This software allows the administrator to edit employees, add new employees, transfer/promote/terminate employees. Each employees in the database is associated with a position can be added and edited when need arises. Employee can be transferred between positions easily without having to retype back their information in the database. You can check to see if there are duplicate positions/employees in the database. Most of all the employer can assign tasks to employees and assess their progress in order to keep track of employee performance. The purpose of developing this software project is to fully automate the administrative process of managing the employee details of an organization. In this project we mainly concentrate on atomizing the employee details such as personal academics, and salary processing. In addition the provide IT calculation process where employee can calculate there IT statement and submit online. Keyword of this project is employee data atomization, online tax calculation.

Energy audit of split air conditioners and pumps at government medical college trivandrum

Prasanth, P.R,K.Muniasamy, B.Subathra

Energy audit is the crucial element in ascertaining the efficiency of energy management process. This paper presents a detailed energy audit of split air conditioners and pumps at Government medical college, Trivandrum. The medical college at Trivandrum is the first and biggest medical college in public sector. From the walk-through audit conducted at the college the audit team identified that most of the equipments in the hospital are inefficient or not in working condition. The energy audit provides an insight into how much efficient the equipments are and assess the energy efficient measures that are currently adopted by the institution. The audit was conducted on a normal working day so as to clearly understand the energy consumption processes and the duration of each process. The audit report containing a technical summary of each equipment will be submitted to the college administration so that they will be able to implement the necessary measures for improving the energy efficiency. The measurements and analysis are done according to the guidelines stipulated by the bureau of energy efficiency, Government of India.

Automatic Time Table Generation

Mallikarjuna Nandi, R.Priyadharshini, R.Aishwarya, M.Nandhini

The manual system of preparing time table in colleges is very time consuming and tedious task which usually ends up with various classes clashing either at identical room or with same teachers having more than one class at a time. Due to manual approach, proper use of resources is neither effective nor efficient. To overcome all these problems we propose to make an automated system with computer assisted timetable generator. The system will take various inputs like number of subjects, teachers, maximal lectures a teacher can conduct, priority of subject and topics to be covered in a week or a lecture, depending upon these inputs it will generate possible time tables for working days of the week, making optimal use of all resources in a way that will best suit the constraints. An appropriate timetable is then chosen from the optimal solutions generated. Timetable creation is a very arduous and time consuming task. To create timetable it takes lots of patience and man hours. Time table is created for various purposes like to organize lectures in school and colleges, to create timing charts for train and bus schedule and many more. To create timetable it requires lots of time and man power .In our paper we have tried to reduce these difficulties of generating timetable by Heuristic Algorithm.

People Counting and Alert System

Maheswari.O.D, Usha.A

People counting and alert system is proposed to count the number of people, travelling inside the share auto vehicle. The recent survey around Tamil Nadu says that, many accidents was happened because of overcrowded and overloaded of people and luggages in share auto vehicle. “These vehicles are supposed to seat only four or seven people including the driver, depending on the size of auto” quoted on The NEWS Minute. Since the share auto fare is less than or equal to that of a bus fare, people preferring share auto vehicle as it was easily available anywhere at any time. They can also stepped out anywhere based on their choice as it has no stop like that of a bus. In this system, we use an two IR Sensors, One is to count the number of people who are getting into the share auto vehicle and Other is to de count the number of people who are getting down from the share auto vehicle. A LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is used to monitor the people count inside the share auto vehicle. If the people count exceed 6, then automatically an alert message is sent to the nearby traffic police stated that the auto is overloaded. At the same time Relay Circuit cuts-off the fuel supply to the engine, suddenly the share auto will off. Load Cell is used to calculate the average weight of the load that carried inside the auto, if this load exceed the threshold level, then automatically an alert message is sent to the nearby traffic police through the GSM module. At the same time Relay Circuit cuts-off the fuel supply to the engine, suddenly the share auto will off. Gas Sensor (MQ-2) used to detect whether the driver consumed alcohol or not. If so, an alert message sent to the nearby traffic police. And at the same time Relay Circuit cuts-off the fuel supply to the engine, suddenly the share auto will off.

CFD Analysis and Experimental Investigation on the Performance of Double Pipe Heat Exchanger using Dimples

B.Vijayaragavan, S.Rajasundar, C.Raju, M.Hari Hara Sudhan

Double pipe heat exchangers are widely used in various heat transfer applications starting from oil refineries to automobile radiators because of simplicity in design. The rate of heat transfer in a double pipe heat exchanger can be increased by using various heat transfer augmentation techniques out of which dimples is identified as a passive method with least value of pressure drop in comparison with other techniques. In the present work, the performance of double pipe heat exchanger with dimples of various shapes and configurations are investigated using the CFD package ANSYS® FLUENT 16.0 and the arrangement providing efficient heat transfer is identified through CFD results and experimentally validated along with the plain tube model. The inline arrangement with counter flow is chosen for the study with dimple dimension of depth to diameter ratio 0.26. Out of the various pitches ranging from 300mm to 100mm and dimple shapes considered such as hemispherical, square, triangular and elliptical, the hemispherical dimpled tube with a pitch of 150mm arranged in two rows is identified to be the most efficient. The experimental results are in good agreement with the CFD results and hence the studies show that performance of double pipe heat exchangers can be enhanced with the selected dimpled configuration which improves the heat transfer rate by creating turbulence in the flow at a minimum pressure drop.

Design and Development of gun type fire extinguisher

Naveen Jain, M.Karthikeyan

Fire is the type of hazard which is very dangerous that cause severe damage to the property or leads to fatal. In order to control the fire different fire protection system are namely as fire extinguisher, sprinkler system, fire hydrant system etc. Out of these fire extinguisher is one type of system which is used as extinguishing media to extinguish the fire at incipient stage and also very effective. However, there is lots of difficulty found in handling of fire extinguisher in case of large fire due to high radiation and holding the extinguisher for long period of time. Therefore this paper aims to describe the design and development of a fire extinguisher with fire gun. In this type, fire ball can be used as media which will cover the long and safe distance as compare to the conventional cylinder type extinguisher.

Fire Safety System For Train

Deepak.S, K.S.Prabhakaran

The Trains are moderate vehicles used for transporting people and goods. Mostly, the people prefer the train journey for longer distance as it is cheaper. Since induction of train for public transportation, the fire accidents are not catered seriously by the Indian Railways. The notices showing “Do not smoke”, “Do not carry inflammable material” are the only precautionary warnings about the fire in each compartment. However, because of failure in routine maintenance system or by the activities of illegal social elements, the fire accidents in train occur frequently. These fire accidents are among the most serious disasters to human lives and the property of government. In recent days, the train fire accident occurred and made several life loss. The prevention of train fire has become a serious concern in our country. Currently, Our Indian Railways doesn’t use any sophisticated fire prevention methods. But it is realized to have an automatic system to monitor the fire in the coach giving alarm to the people, the fire is extinguished with the help of automatic sprinkler system. This system is used for monitoring, automatic fire sprinkling, cautioning and preventing of fire in running trains in economic cost.

Study on OWBs safety at college hostel

Neelotpal Neelot, A.ChandraKumar

Boiler Safety is related to the boiler are going to specified.There are several types of boiler are present in which one of its type is Outdoor-Wood Burning Boiler (OWBB).The outdoor wood burning boiler are generally used for the Kitchen purpose.The hazards and the accident which can be happened in any situation and any time for that safety is needed. With respect to the title in project going through the safety of the boiler, their and needs which required for the safety of the Outdoor Wood Burning Boiler. Smoke caused by operating some OWBs can have serious health and air pollution impacts in addition to being a nuisance to neighbors. The smoke from OWBs can contain emissions of fine particulates, carbon monoxide and other organic products, such as formaldehyde, benzene and aromatic hydrocarbons that form incomplete combustion. When inhaled, fine particulates from smoke emissions are carried deep into the lungs and can impair lung function and aggravate existing medical conditions such as asthma, lung or heart disease. Exposure to some pollutants in smoke can even cause cancer. The objective of the study is to take the measures for the safety of the boiler mainly at High steam pressure and Low water level.

Service Identification Through Semantic Web

Subarna Panda, S.Ganesh Kumar

Based on the studies of semi-automated composite we found that, Web services select concrete services based on the functional and/or non- functional attributes. They do not consider relationships between these attributes in the description of services or the user constraints. Thus, we propose an approach, which relates services to objects (resources) maintained by these services. The user can impose his constraints on the objects affected by the requested services. The affected object and their relationships are described in an intermediate ontology using OWL-DL and SWRL languages. Our selection strategy considers the relationships between services by looking for the dependent instances (conforming objects values) of affected objects that satisfy the user constraints and by combining the related services to get conforming composite services. The proposed selection approach of conforming composite services is implemented and integrated using Ant Colony optimization follow paths with conforming values of concrete services using SPARQL query.

Hybrid square-lattice photnic crystal fiber with single mode operation and normal dispersion

Neethi Vuchula, Meghana Chowdary, Stella Sambathini, Kezia Talluri, James Raja.S

A fiber with high birefringence, normal dispersion and single mode operation synchronously adds a terrace in optical communication. In this study we put forward a new photonic crystal fiber (PCF) which concurrently offers normal dispersion and single mode operation. This hybrid square lattice PCF (HS-PCF) design has two circular air holes of different alternating diameters in the cladding and a pure silica defective core in the center. The finite-element method [FEM] has perfectly matched boundary conditions which analyze the optical properties of the numerically guided modes. The optimized HS-PCF is observed to have a minimum dispersion at wavelength of 1.62µm. The proposed fiber design has square air holes of two different dimensions in the cladding region for which effective refractive index and minimum dispersion is obtained.

Assessment of groundwater quality in Manapparai taluk, Tiruchirapalli District

Arvind.B, Azhagunilavan.A, Kapil.V, Manojkumar.M

Contamination of drinking water by human and industrial activities is a serious apprehension now-a-days. Thus the analysis of the water quality is very important to preserve and safeguard the natural eco system. Our Assessment of ground water quality is in Manapparai Taluk. In present investigation, the quality of ground water along Manapparai Taluk was studied. Forty water samples have been collected from bore well and open well water samples were collected in clean polythene bottles for analysis. Collected samples were immediately taken for its physiochemical analysis. Important parameters like PH, Turbidity, Color, taste and Odor, Temperature, Total hardness, Total alkalinity, Total dissolved solids, dissolved solids, Dissolved oxygen and chlorides were analyzed as per Indian standards methods. From the results, the values were compared with permissible limits of various parameters as per Indian standard and World Health Organization and acceptable limits set for drinking water except fluoride. The evaluation of water quality parameters as well as water quality management practices should be carried out periodically to protect the water resources and to maintain the ecosystem of the environment.

Study of municipal sludge ash as a brick material

R.P.Hari, M.Jagadeshwaran, K.Karuppasamy, K.Abishekkumar

The regions deliver muck of various quality and in various amounts. Ooze coming about because of districts makes issues of transfer. For the most part, dewatered muck are discarded by spreading on the land or via arrive filling. Cremation may be an option arrangement. Be that as it may, a significant measure of fiery debris will be delivered after the consuming procedure and must be discarded by different means. Be that as it may, for profoundly urbanized urban areas, ooze powder transfer via arrive filling won’t not be fitting because of land constraint. Cremation may be an option arrangement. In any case, a significant measure of fiery debris will be created after the consuming procedure and must be discarded by different means. This paper exhibits the consequences of the use of slime fiery debris as block making materials. The distinctive designing properties were additionally contemplated by directing tests on block examples of different blend extents arranged. It was seen that when rate of muck was expanded, water necessity and water retention of the blocks expanded. However, in the meantime, compressive quality of the block diminished. Be that as it may, on expansion of bond and flyash the compressive quality expanded and the properties of the blocks moved forward. Advance it can be included that different options like sisal strands, charcoal husk , lime whose expansion should improve the properties which can be considered as the extension for future research.

Effective Disease Detection for Plants

U.Gayathri, S.Suba, J.Princy

The main objectives of this research is to develop a prototype system for detecting the banana disease .This paper concentrate on the image processing techniques used to enhance the quality of the image and neural network technique to classify the banana disease. The methodology involves image acquisition, pre-processing and segmentation, analysis and classification of the disease. All the banana sample will be passing through the RGB calculation before it proceed to the binary conversion. If the sample is in the range of normal Banana RGB, then it is automatically classify as type 4 which is Normal. Then, all the segmented Banana disease sample will be convert into the binary data for classification training and testing. Consequently, by employing the neural network technique, the Banana diseases are recognized about 92.5 percent accuracy rates. This prototype has a very great potential to be further improved in the future to detect the plant related issues in the field of agricultural analysis.

Power Factor Improvement and Torque Ripple Minimization in BLDC Motor using Zeta Converter

K.Yadhari, A.Subathra, R.R.Sobana, V.Vinothini, T.Vishnu priya

This paper presents a comparative analysis of speed control of brushless DC motor (BLDC) drive fed with conventional voltage source inverter (VSI). The performance of the drive system is successfully evaluated using MPC (model predictive control) based speed controller. The control structure of the proposed drive system is described. The speed and torque characteristic of conventional two-level inverter is compared with the VSI for various operating conditions. The VSI are simulated using IGBT’s and the mathematical model of BLDC motor has been developed in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. The simulation results show that the MPC based speed controller eliminate torque ripples and provides fast speed response. The developed MPC Logic model has the ability to learn instantaneously and adapt its own controller parameters based on disturbances with minimum steady state error, overshoot and rise time of the output voltage.

Property Evaluation of Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite for Disc Brake Application

Tamilmozhi, L.John Berchmans, Vijaya Chitra Arasu, S.Senthil Kumar

Metal matrix composites are the class of composite materials finding vast applications in automotives, aircraft, defense, sports and appliance industries. The disc brake is mostly fabricated using Aluminium based metal matrix composite. The aim of the present work is synthesis Aluminium (Al) – Silicon Carbide (SiC) composite. Composites of Al with 5 to 40wt. % of SiC were fabricated by powder metallurgy techniques. The influence of Silicon Carbide particles and its amount on both physical and mechanical properties of Aluminium composite were investigated. The fabricated composite properties are investigated such as relative density, hardness, compression strength and porosity using various techniques. The phase composition and microstructure were analyzed by X-Ray Diffraction and Scanning Electron Microscope. XRD studies conformed that the dominant components were Al and SiC. Densification and compressive strength of the composites is found to increase with increase in the amount of SiC. The porosity of the composite samples has been decreased with increase in amount of SiC. Increasing the amount of SiC leads to higher hardness. XRD studies confirmed that the dominant components are Al and SiC present in the composite. SEM studies showed that the distribution of the reinforced particle was uniform.

Renovation of an existing building to sustainable barrier-free building

Ajish Ajoel Abraham, J. Brema

The world is at the verge of sustainable changes where building and construction holds 40% of overall global carbon emissions. Looking into the future almost all the buildings will be sustainable so the research is to find different methods, techniques and engineering ways to renovate existing hospital building to a sustainable barrier free building. Solutions have been found out to solve human problems related to shelter, water, health care and energy, where water is addressed by involving rainwater harvesting, healthcare to be addressed by improving Indoor Environment Quality and changing the materials to reduce the carbon dioxide emission by changing bricks, paints and involving barrier free solutions like adding ramp, grab bars, lift, etc., all are added to provide accessibility to the disabled/ all aged people, energy is addressed by changing from on grid to off grid by adding solar panel, inverters, battery and changing the necessary lighting systems, for example: changing 60 W tube light to led bulb and adding sensors that sense motion in order to understand the presence of the individual and switching it off in the absence of the occupants, automatic revolving doors to maintain the air pressure and adding air curtain and necessary changes in the building to support all these changes. The existing building was surveyed using total station and plotted in AUTOCAD and the existing plan is added to the building model which is created in AUTODESK REVIT (BIM software). Three models are created apart from existing building model which are: 1) Barrier free building, 2) Sustainable building and 3) Sustainable barrier free building. It is then analyzed using STAAD PRO V8i and estimated using manual estimation methods. The building is engineered in different ways so as to follow the solar path orientation, Indoor Environment Quality and heat gain and loss is also checked using ANSYS (CFD). The existing hospital can be readily renovated based on the model and the calculations generated.

Column purification of E. coli isolate pe93

Mary Conice, Usha M.S.

E. coli isolate pe93 that confirmed postive to Stx2and Stx2f toxin by PCR analysis was subjected to protein purification. The first step involved the removal of salt, followed by overnight dialysis and ion-exchange chromatography purification carried out in column packed with stationary phase Sephrose 6B as fast-flow weak anion and Carboxymethyl Cellulose as fast-flow weak cation. Elution buffer was used as mobile phase. Different concentrations of Tris HCl and Sodium Chloride solution i.e., 1M of NaCl solution and 1M Tris HCl buffer with pH 7 was used as elution buffer. Protein estimation by Lowry’s method was carried from the different fractions of elution collected. SDS-PAGE was carried out for the purified proteins. Molecular weights of protein were confirmed using low-protein molecular weight markers. The protein samples showed prominent bands at 33 kDa and 7 kDa respectively.

The first step study of Digital Art work and its impact on the Young People in Bangalore

Terence Mathew, Sai Manohar

More than 500 surveys in different areas of Bangalore were conducted as an initiative to a day workshop. The short-term plan was turned into a regular feature. The workshop was invited to display their work in form of gallery. The selection of arts work for the workshop was via jury process with artist background, based on the arts like digital, graphic, studio paintings results was discussed. It was confirmed that girls showed more innovation than boys as the future may plan for work at home mode of earring. It also resulted that the community was more interested in digital-photo-art and traditional digital painting.

High Performance and Area Efficient FPGA Implementation of Address Generator for WiMAX Deinterleaver

Shruthi K R, Reshma Verma

In brief, this paper proposes an efficient, less area consuming and high-speed address generator for the channel deinterleaver used in the WiMAX transceiver. Area optimization techniques and increase in the performance is proposed. Area and performance comparison with the prevailing technique is demonstrated for 16-QAM and 64-QAM modulation schemes. System is realised to implement deinterleaver address generation for 128-QAM modulation scheme. Elimination of floor function for 128-QAM modulation allows the architecture to be implemented on hardware easily. A mathematical relation to generate addresses is demonstrated. Minimizing the use of FPGA’s multiplexers and adders, provides performance improvement by reducing the number of slices used on FPGA. The resultant simulation result shows that, there is a significant improvement in the operating frequency from the existing system.

Energy efficient cluster based data aggregation in WSN with sophisticated collision attacks

V.Gayathri, C.Gayathri

Energy efficient cluster based data aggregation in wsn with sophisticated collision attacks. According to the cluster-based method, the nodes selected as cluster heads collect data from their cluster members and transfer the data collected to the mobile sink then mobile sink starts the data-gathering route periodically from the starting site, then directly collects data from these cluster heads in a single-hop range, and finally returns to the starting site. However, due to the complexity of the scheduling problem in WSNs with obstacles, the conventional algorithms are difficult to resolve. To remedy this issue, an efficient scheduling mechanism based on spanning graphs. Based on the spanning graph, we present a heuristic tour-planning algorithm for the mobile sink to find the obstacle-avoiding shortest route. We proposed that the security key server as a collision attack in the server. Enhanced Security Scheme able to protect against sophisticated collision attacks, Trustworthiness of sensors. It is effective in the presence of a complete failure of some of the sensor nodes. Robust estimation of errors of individual sensors. An obstacle-avoiding shortest route for the mobile sink is easily. High network lifetime. Simulation results verify the effectiveness of our method.

Integrated keyword search using attribute based encryption for electronic health records in clouds

Karthikeyan, Pavithra.S

Individual wellbeing record is a developing patient-driven model of wellbeing data trade, which is frequently outsourced to be put away at an outsider, for example, cloud suppliers. Nonetheless, there have been wide protection worries as individual wellbeing data could be presented to those outsider servers and to unapproved parties. To guarantee the patients’ control over access to their own particular PHRs, it is a promising technique to encode the PHRs before outsourcing. However, issues, for example, dangers of security introduction, adaptability in key administration, adaptable get to and effective client denial, have remained the most imperative difficulties toward accomplishing fine-grained, cryptographically upheld information get to control. In this paper, we propose a novel patient-driven system and a suite of instruments for information get to control to PHRs put away in semi-trusted servers. To accomplish fine-grained and versatile information get to control for PHRs, we influence Attribute based encryption (ABE) systems and Proxy re-encryption to encode every patient’s PHR document. Not quite the same as past works in secure information outsourcing, we concentrate on the numerous information proprietor situation, and partition the clients in the PHR framework into various security spaces that enormously diminishes the key administration many-sided quality for proprietors and clients. A high level of patient security is ensured all the while by misusing multi-power ABE. Our plan likewise empowers dynamic alteration of get to approaches or document traits, underpins productive on-request client/quality repudiation and break-glass access under crisis situations. Broad systematic and exploratory results are introduced which demonstrate the security, adaptability and proficiency of our proposed plot.

Real time echo cancellation in traced audio signal using embedded system

Mohanabarathy.R, Hariharan.D, Bharathi Vivekanandh.R, Ajay Krishnan.K.M

Acoustic echo cancellation is a common occurrence in today’s telecommunication systems. Currently, echo cancellation is a most interesting and challenging task in any communication system. Echo is a delayed and degraded version of original signal that travels back to its source after several reflections. Eliminating this effect without affecting the original quality of the speech is a challenge of research in present days. Most of the real time application concentrates echo cancellation only as a software processing technique. In this proposed system, Source signal (audio) with echo is the input of the designed circuit which is followed by phase shifter and differential amplifier which is interfaced with DSP processor. Then the signal is amplified using amplifier circuit at the output end. Normally noise/echo has to be reduced in negative signal, so here the input is phase shifted from 0◦ to 360◦ which can be tuned and fixed with the required phase. The control operations are performed by PIC16F877A microcontroller. The inputs of differential amplifier are the original source signal and phase shifted signal. At the output end an echo reduced signal is obtained. That signal is further processed using DSP Processor (µPC1892) to improve the quality and given to the amplifier circuit. This system provides more robust and adopts in various real time echo cancellation applications.

Intelligent transport system by assisting driver

A.Vasantharaj, A.Anitharani, M.Sathiyapriya, P.Jashwan Kumar

The growing number of vehicles on the roads worldwide, lead to increase in the number of road traffic accidents. These are recognized as a major public safety problem. In this context, connected vehicles are considered as the key enabling technology to improve road safety and the emergence of next generation cooperative intelligent transport systems (ITS). In ITS, network services and applications (e.g., safety messages) will require an exchange of vehicle and event location information. Effective lane changing and routing in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks is a challenging task. This paper aims to propose a solution to ensure the safety of drivers while changing lanes on the highways. Efficient and faster routing protocols could play a crucial role in the applications of ITS, safeguarding both the drivers and the passengers and thus maintaining a safe on-road environment. In this paper we propose a Driver Assistance System in Intelligent Transport System based on the speed of vehicles, for effective lane changing in the dynamic mobility model. In our approach we present the lane changing based system on speed and minimum gap between the vehicles. The paper focuses towards the development of an Intelligent Transportation System that provides timely, reliable information to the drivers and the concerned authorities. The test bed is created on the techniques used in the proposed system where the analysis takes place in the On Board Embedded System designed for Vehicle Navigation. The designed system was tested on a Four Lane road at Neemrana in India. Successful simulations have been conducted along with real time network parameters to maximize the QoS (quality of service) and performance using SUMO and NS-2. The system implementation together with our findings is presented in this paper. To illustrate our approach we present some results of the simulation using NS-2.

Advanced Welding Crack Detection Using Image Processing

Vishnu Prasadh Sugumar, Sanjay Kumar S, Saikrishna M

Here we introduce a system which detects crack on Welded metal piece by using image processing. As image is susceptible to noise we used some image preprocessing steps to detect crack more accurately. System works on most image formats. System mostly focuses on intensity value. This is done for sake of accuracy. System removes all undesirable noise. To detect crack, image is binarized and holes are filled so that image is more clearer to detect cracks. Using this analysis methodology, we detect number of connected objects. Based on the connected components system detects whether image contains crack or not. System is able to detect deeper as well as minor cracks. System uses many image processing steps to detect the cracks. Once the crack is detected by the system, System applies bounding box technology to display the crack to user. Thus , this is an innovative approach to detect crack on Welded metal piece. We used image preprocessing steps as well as crack detection method to get accurate result. The proposed system is able to detect deeper cracks with 80% success rate and minor cracks with 50-60% accuracy.

Process behaviour of turning parameters on surface integrity and MRR of hard materials

Gunasekar.D, Sudharsanam.R, Balamurugan.P, Bharathiraj.I

This work shows the results of Computer numerical control (CNC) Turning Process Parameters for Prediction of improve Surface Roughness and Material Removal Rate (MRR) in the work piece. The performance of Carbide tools was studied to investigate the surface roughness and wear behavior at various machining parameters. Coated and uncoated carbide tools were used in turning stainless steel 303. Machining test were performed in dry cutting condition at various cutting speeds and feed rates. Turning is used to produce rotational, typically axi-symmetric, parts that have many features, such as holes, grooves, threads, tapers, various diameter steps, and even contoured surfaces. Turning is also commonly used as a secondary process to add or refine features on parts that were manufactured using a different process. Hence intelligent hybrid decision making tools are applied to find the optimal process parameters. Obtained results are in good accordance with the published results in the field, validating the effectiveness of regression analysis in modeling of surface roughness in dry turning process.

Transformerless unified power flow controller based cascaded multilevel inverter

R.Vishwa Priya, S.K.Nandha Kumar

This paper proposes transformer-less Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) which can be able to control the parameters of the transmission line. It incorporates back to back inverter that requires large transformers for power flow injection. The transformers are somewhat bulky, very costly and introduce high losses due to magnetic properties of the material used for the erection of core. To conquer this difficulty, a totally transformer-less UPFC is proposed in this work. The proposed controller will reduce the cost and space when compared to the traditional UPFC. A multilevel configuration technique will be used to decrease the total harmonic content. The proposed configuration requires a separate dc source for every level. To reduce the switch count and to eliminate separate dc sources, this multilevel configuration can be further modified. This paper focuses on the performance of transformer-less UPFC involving Fundamental Frequency Modulation (FFM) for reducing the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) and increasing the efficiency. Voltage sag compensation is implemented during fault condition. Current compensation under non linear load condition. The proposed UPFC is simulated as a result of using MATLAB Simulink.

Smart traffic management system

Lakshmi.K, Deepa.R, Gayathri.S, Rajaram.N.R, Vimalkumar.S.M

In the last decades, the number of vehicles has been increasing drastically. Traffic congestion is one of the major problems in the metropolitan cities. The traffic system which we follow nowadays is of fixed time concept. By this method, the lanes with more traffic cannot be given more time for vehicle passage compared to low vehicle lane. Thus, we introduce density based traffic management system. The lane which contains more vehicles gets more signalling time compared to the lane which contains less vehicles. Stealing of vehicles, traffic rule violation, parking the vehicles in the restricted area has also been increasing linearly. Thus, to damp these kinds of activities and also for an effective traffic management, some legal measures has to be taken against the traffic rule violators. For which, keeping track of each vehicle is very important. One of the easier methods is vehicle number plate recognition. Vehicle number plate is a unique combination of numbers and characters. The number plates can be compared with the database so as to come up with specific information such as vehicle owner’s address, place of registration, mobile number etc. The vehicle number plate is segmented from the videos caught on the mass surveillance system using MATLAB. The image is processed further using the same for the clarity of the obtained information. This paper presents a suitable method for localisation, segmentation and recognition of the characters within the located plate. This paper also concentrates on simple but efficient morphological operations such as sobel edge detection method and canny edge detection method. The paper mainly focuses on separation of characters and numbers from the number plate. Each number is viewed clearly. The density based traffic management and violation detector together called as smart traffic management system.

Research on NASA’s Extraction of water and Establishment of Pile Boring with respect to ‘MARS’QUAKE to have future build block in MARTIAN PLANET(MARS) in advanced trend of civil engineering via Remote Sensing & GIS

Malini Devi K, Arockia Prince J

This paper explores about the innovative future trends of NASA and it gives the great solution to the question of NASA in extracting the water from the MARTIAN PLANET(MARS) that the NASA finds very difficult also it explores about the future ‘MARS’QUAKE resistant building .By 2020 the NASA’s mission is to launch robots for investigating the new adventure planet MARS . Also the geological factors have been analyzed with the help of MARS Rover which makes the significant role in implanting civil structures in MARS also to get the water extraction .The above could be done by the methodology of Frasch process in which three inlets and 1st two have very high temperature ,hot compressed air and the third have the outlet through which water can be extracted and these pipes has to be bored in the available water bed which could be analyzed from remote sensing of NASA’s image that can be done by rover. Also with the Remote Sensing techniques it has proved that the surface layer is made of MARS made up of rocks named “BURN-CLIFF”. Also oftenly occuring Martian Dustorm and considering ‘MARS’QUAKE the future building can be employed with pile-boring.The foundation has to be laid twice in depth as that of earth according to research and values from NASA’s official website as the gravity in MARS is (1/3)rd of the earth in order to eliminate the uplift and the future high rise building with V-shaped seismic structures.

Design Of Multi E-Shaped Microstrip Rectangular Patch Antenna Array Operating At 2.6 GHz with Using ADS for research in application of IEEE 802.11 b,c in accordance to temperature in MARS

Anu Priya, Arockia Prince.J, Radha M

This article describes the design of single microstrip rectangular patch antenna and 1×1 microstrip of multi E-shaped rectangular patch antenna arrays operating at 2.4 GHz. Simulation result shows that 5.199 dB and 7.84 dB gain can achieved at frequency 2.4 GHz. Also simulation result show that the return loss is 18.809 at 2.360 GHz in 1×1 microstrip antenna array and current distribution and 3D radiation pattern also it is for the prediction of the atmospheric attributes such as temperature ,humidity etc ,2D cut out radiation pattern in phi- plane in both single and multi E-shaped microstrip antenna array .The method of this design ,electromagnetism simulation software ADS-2008 plays an important role. These antennas have designed using momentum simulation method of ADS-2008.This work focuses on designing, measuring and testing an antenna to capture electromagnetic energy from the RF signals that have been radiated by communication and broadcasting system at ISM band 2.4GHz and Momentum Simulation method in ADS-2008 has been used for design also experimental results have been checked with the atmospheric attributes.

Research on Rectangular Patch Antenna with Selected Substrate in Application of Establishment of Satellite Robot Rover over Mars operating in the frequency 3.3-4GHz in a particular base station

Maria Melani, Arockia Prince.J

This article describes about the installation of 1*1 array in the robot rover in the mars.Here the antenna is highly advanced based designed based on the results from the previous algorithm results in high gain and directivity.Also describes about the radiation pattern in which it supports the long range IEEE 802.11 std applications by considering the changes in the E-M field in the Mars.It also shows about the maximum power radiated in the omni- direction.This can work in the spectral range of 3.3-4 GHz.The design is implemented with the help of software ADS-2009.

Research On Design Of Extra Module 1*1 Rectangular Patch Antenna In Application of Antenna Installation For Innovation In Mars Exploration Rover Using Ads

Paul Kani, Arockia Prince.J

This paper describes the design and analysis of a 1*1 rectangular patch antenna to be operated at 8 GHz. The proposed antenna is designed using e-m simulation software ADS-2009. Simulated result shows that 10.113dB gain can be achieved at max frequency 8 GHz.. Here we achieved the considerable power radiation from design it can be assurable detection of RF signals radiated from neighbourhood rover in mars with efficiency to have the fifth generation communication in compatible with research undertaken by international space research on existence of wireless communication in mars.

Environmental friendly lawn mover using crank and slotted lever with solar power

Siva.R, Valarmathi.T. N, Purusothaman.M, Margani Durganadh, Manish Kumar Preetham.M

Lawn mower is a commercial product which expunges surface to give adorable finish. Moreover, it is used in everywhere in the growing economy for suppose it was used only in the limited areas like parks, cricket grounds and some gardening area etc. Nowadays production of energy is a big concern, so we are utilizing solar power for extruding grass in lawn area. By this lawn mower we can have a good finishing area with good width parted. Time taken for a lawn mower was more, but in this paper efficiency to cut the grass easily and perfectly with help of crank and slotted lever mechanism has been done. In addition to that solar power has been initiated to make it environmental friendly. Analysis were done by ANSYS for the design, strength, stress, and the deformation for the new design. Based on the design and analysis we had designed a proto type for good work check-up.

Performance Improvement Analysis on Pv/T Water Collectors Connected in Series and Parallel

M.Sridharan, M.Vimal

Renewable Energy obtained from the sun is known as solar energy. Wide range of such solar energy is available to us at zero cost. Now a day’s many research works were under process for converting such wide energy into useful work. Solar PV/T collector is a device which converts solar energy into thermal and electrical energy simultaneously. In this work efficiently improvement parameters were concentrated and studied in detail for series and parallel PV/T water system. In addition various configurations of PV/T water collectors connected in series are to be compared in terms of performance, exergy, loss coefficient analysis etc. Negative parameters which retard performance of the electrical as well as thermal part were also identified. In this retard we make use of new cooling techniques for PV panel. Beyond which economic analysis of various PV/T water collectors connected in series are to be conducted in terms of return on investment and pay back. As a mean to lay a strong foundation for researches in PV/T water collectors both experimental and simulation results are to be obtained.