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Volume 4, Issue 10, October (2016)

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1 Automated Deployment of Software Containers Using Dockers
Dr. Latika Kharb
Abstract – Over time, due to increased product functionalities, software projects have become more and more complex and along with increasing work completion pressures, the software projects are required to be accomplished in lesser amount of time but with fewer people. In this paper, our focus is on exploring the docker technology: from defining the basic characteristic features, their advantages and limitations to the question behind our minds related to its performance analysis: how docker could help in building better software and lead to some good reproducible research as compared to virtual machines. IT organizations could shrink application delivery from years to months and can achieve up to fifteen times greater efficiency in their use of computing resources by using Docker. Docker containers bind a block of module that contains everything it needs to run: the source code, output and libraries - anything that one can be installed on a domain: this ensures that it will always run similarly without any environmental constraints.
2 Analysis of Digital Image Data Hiding Techniques
S. Mangayarkarasi, Dr.P.Sujatha
Abstract – The main objective of Steganography is to communicate securely in such a way that the true message is not visible to the observer. Depending on the type of the cover object there are many suitable steganographic techniques which are followed in order to obtain security. The steganographic techniques can be classified as audio, video, text, image and network steganography. In this paper we have analyzed various data hiding techniques in encrypted images.
3 Strengthening of RC Columns with Glass Fiber Wrapping System
M.Vinodhini, T.Tamizhazhagan, R.Saranya
Abstract – The corrosion in the concrete structures due to ageing, poor protection.The necessitates advancing the deteriorated civil engineering infrastructure very much enhances with the ever growing anxiety. Therefore rehabilitating and retrofitting civil engineering infrastructure has been recognized as significant concern to be addressed. Glass fiber is a new material consisting of narrowly spaced Glass and resins which is very valuable in strengthening exertion. The crucial initiative is that it undergoes outsized strains in the vicinity of the reinforcement and the enormity of strain depends on the distribution and subdivision of reinforcement throughout the mass of concrete. In this paperback the strengthening of reinforced concrete columns using Glass fiber laminates are studied. In this study, the use of Glass fiber as an external detention to concrete specimens is investigated. The effectiveness of confinement is achieved by comparing the deeds of retrofitted specimens with that of conventional specimen.
4 A Brief Review on Experimental Study On Behaviour of Recycled Aggregate Concrete with Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Flyash
B. Sasikala, K. Shanthi, R. Vijaya Sarathy
Abstract – This project represents the quality of the concrete by adding the cement with GGBS (ground granulated blast furnace slag) and replacement of Natural aggregate with RAC (recycled concrete aggregate) This type of concrete giving more strength to the building. In this project the strength of concrete found after cast of the cubes, cylinder. GGBFS and fly ash giving good quality to the concrete. This type of concrete giving less cost and waste products are also saved. This type of concrete strengths is evaluated by Based on the strength test that is compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength. From this study the mixing properties are giving better result.
5 A Brief Review on Experimental Study on Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Beams Using Mineral Based Composites
S. Ishwariya, K. Shanthi
Abstract – In this project represents using mineral of the concrete is very important for the construction purpose. This type of concrete is giving the more strength and life for the structures. And, also using this minerals repairing and rehabilitation of the structures. Glass fiber reinforced polymer sheet using for binding materials. Using this materials to avoid the flexure difficient, shear deficient and also retrofitted preloaded reinforced concrete beams. For giving the bonding capacity used as epoxy and cementicious composite .generally epoxy have a well bonding capacity and also good strengthen the structures. These mixing properties are given better result.
6 Simulation Analysis of low Voltage DC Micro Grid – An Investigation of Load Sharing by Using MATLAB
Priyanka A. Patil, Prasad D. Kulkarni
Abstract – The DC microgrid consists of PV panel,wind rotary engine, battery, dc loads and a grid connected converter system. Microgrids with important renewable penetration will possible need storage devices to keep up a stable bus voltage thanks to the random behavior of renewable sources and grid loads. In power electronics-based microgrids, the procedure requirements required to implement associate optimized on-line management strategy may be preventative. The DC microgrid consists of PV panel, wind rotary engine, battery, dc hundreds and a grid–connected converter system. Thus on make sure the stableness of a DC microgrid, the flexibility flow at intervals the DC little grid ought to be balanced the smallest amount bit times to require care of a relentless dc bus voltage. Wholly totally different with the centrally management methodology, the droop management supported the dc-bus signaling (DBS) technique is used throughout this paper.
7 Analyze Online Social Network Data for Extracting and Mining Social Networks
Abstract – In recent years, social computing has become a very popular application in the Web, and therefore large amount of social (communication) data has been collected in different social computing application. This paper will introduce a methodology to collect and analyze multi-source social, and by this for extracting social networks from the data. This paper to show how the data can be collected pre-processed, analyzed. Hence this paper gives an idea about the key topics of using data mining in Online Social Networks which will help the researchers to solve those challenges that still exist in mining Online Social Networks.
8 Hydrodynamic Analysis of the Ship Hull
Ankush Kumar Srivastava, Hina Akhtar, Dr. Anirudh Gupta, Ravi Kumar
Abstract – In this study the ship hull is model and simulated during its water operation in cruising. The CFD package used for this work is OpenFOAM. DTC Hull, which is a hull design of a modern 14000 TEU post-panamax container carrier hull is modelled using SOLIDWORKS, also only half part of the ship hull is modelled and for the remaining half symmetry boundary condition are applied to reduce the computational time. The mesh which is used in this work is generated using OpenFOAM mesh generation capabilities which include Block Mesh utility and Snappy Hex Mesh utility. InterDyMFoam solver is used to solve the multiphase flow equation and in addition to that Six DoF Rigid Body Motion solver is used for the mesh deformation. To handle free surface of fluid Multi-Dimensional Limiter for Explicit Solution (MULES) is used which implements Volume of Fluid Method (VOF). The turbulence model used in this work is k-𝝎 Shear Stress Transport (SST) which comes under Reynolds-Average Navier- Stokes (RANS) model. The work in this study is to model and simulate the cruising of a ship by using dynamic mesh handling techniques provided in OpenFOAM. Also to show the fluid structure interaction during cruising and how it effects the different parameters of a ship hull.
9 Methodology for Supply Chain Management
Dora Swami Naidu Raghavarapu, Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Meier
Abstract – In the rising global trade and increasing competition, an emphasis on supply chain management (SCM) is experienced in all sectors, as these major factors drive the firm in improving the global distribution. Thus, these factors have forced the firms to invest more in streamlining their supply chain to achieve enhanced productivity and increase the customer satisfaction level. As there is a demand for the chain management, the study illustrates the significance of entire supply chain where the consumers are focused, though there are various frameworks developed for supply chain management, still there is a lack of appropriate structure in the fastest growing sectors in the world and remains as a technical marvel in all the industries. Moreover, in the German industries, (transport, logistics and automotive sector) supply chain is identified to facilitate in moving the raw material to finished goods. In transportation, the trade-off between the responsiveness and efficiency is manifested with the adopted SCM practices. Germany is recognized the world over for its outstanding automotive industry and excellence in engineering. From Asia to the Americas, German cars embody highly cherished values of innovation, reliability, safety, and design. Germany is by some distance Europe’s leading production and sales market. Thus, the present study is aimed to analyze the competitiveness and competitive strategy of German automobile industries.
10 An Efficient Fuzzy Based Gradient Edge Detection Technique
M.R.Vimala Devi
Abstract – Edge detection is the method which aims at identifying points in a digital image at which the image brightness changes sharply or at its discontinuities. Edge detection in images is one of the important aspects, in order to enhance its feature detection and extraction. In this project fuzzy inference system and an adaptive threshold generation technique along with non-maximal suppression are used to filter the edges from its background in the gray scale and colour images. We have implemented the algorithm directly on the images without decompression process. The proposed method finds application to detect cracks in bones and rail roads. Based on the quantitative analysis it has been proved that proposed method performs better than existing techniques.
11 PSO Based Clustering Approach for WSN
Vipul Vyas, Anurag Monda
Abstract – Wireless sensor network gaining popularity in smart cities, there are lots of technique like the intelligent traffic system, animal tracking, data collection and all sensed based application. Energy is one of the most fundamental issues of sensor network because of its limited battery power. In this paper, we studied different routing and there working for the sensor network. there are lots of work done regarding energy of this network but all have some issues. In our proposed work we design a particle swarm based optimized routing technique so that performance and lifetime of network increase. this work we implemented on ns-2.35 and novelty of work we proof by our results.
12 Vertex Polynomial for the Splitting Graph Of Comb and Crown
E. Ebin Raja Merly, A.M. Anto
Abstract – The vertex polynomial of the graph 𝐆=(𝐕,𝐄) is defined as 𝐕(𝐆,𝐱)=Σ𝐯𝐤𝐱𝐤𝚫(𝐆)𝐤=𝟎, where 𝚫(𝐆)=𝐦𝐚𝐱 {𝐝(𝐯)/𝐯𝛜𝐕} and 𝐯𝐤 is the number of vertices of degree 𝐤. In this paper we derived the vertex polynomial for splitting graph of Comb, Crown, 𝐏𝐧⊙𝐊̅ 𝐦,(𝐧⩾𝟐),𝐂𝐧⊙𝐊̅ 𝐦,(𝐧⩾𝟑), their union and their sum.
13 Influence of Air Gap on Thermal Performance of Composite System
Dr.R.Uday Kumar, Dr.P.Ravinder Reddy
Abstract – Composite is a material that consists of at least two constituents of distinct phases or combination of phases which are bonded together along the interface in the composite, each of which originates from a separate ingredient material which pre-exists the composite. Many engineering applications of practical utility involves heat transfer through a medium composed of two or more materials of different thermal conductivity arranged in series or parallel. The composite systems such as the walls of refrigerator, hot cases, I.C. engine combustion chambers, cold storage plants, hot water tanks. Which always have some kind of insulating material between the inner and outer walls. A hot fluid flowing inside a tube covered with a layer of thermal insulation is another one of a composite system because in this case the thermal conductivities of tube metal and insulation are different. The problem of heat transfer through the composite systems can be solved by the applications of thermal resistance concept. The procedure for solving one dimensional, steady state heat conduction problems for composite systems comprising parallel plates, coaxial cylinders, or concentric spheres. In general in this cases, the resistance due to interface contact is consider due to imperfect thermal contact between series and parallel layers in the composite systems. In this paper evaluated actual and theoretical resistance of composite wall system and influence of air gap resistance on thermal performance of composite system. Heat transfer is increased with decreases in air gap resistance of composite system obtained.
14 Productive and Reproductive Performance Evaluation of Buffaloes in Institutional Herds of Bangladesh
M.N. Yeasmin, M.A.M. Yahia Khandokar, M. Morduzzaman, S. Begum, M.O.A. Rahman
Abstract – The present study was conducted to compare the productive and reproductive performance of buffaloes at two institutional herds of Bangladesh namely Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (BLRI), Savar, Dhaka and Lal Teer farm Ltd., Bhuapur. The duration of the study was from November 2011 to June 2012 at Lal Teer farm and from November 2012 to March 2013 at BLRI farm. Different productive parameters and reproductive parameters were recorded and analyzed for the purpose of comparative performance evaluation. Average lactation period was 242.39±0.89 days and 226.04±5.98 days; the daily milk yield was 2.86±0.10 litres and 2.75±0.07 litres for buffaloes at BLRI and Lal Teer farm, respectively. Total milk yield per lactation were 737.79±1.35 litres and 645.81±1.85 litres for buffaloes at BLRI and Lal Teer farm, respectively. Birth weight of male and female animals in two institutions did not differ significantly. Daily body weight gain among male animals, differ significantly (p<0.01) but in female animals it did not differ significantly. The age at first calving were 43.50±0.54 and 48.92±0.97 months at BLRI and Lal Teer farm, respectively. The gestation period of BLRI and Lal Teer farm buffaloes were 280.89±1.17 and 281.88±2.21 days. Length of calving interval for buffaloes of BLRI and Lal Teer farm, were 487.71±1.56 and 543.85±1.59 days respectively which differed significantly. From the observed result it can be said that, buffaloes of BLRI farm have better reproductive characteristics compared to Lal Teer farm buffalo herd. Buffaloes of BLRI farm also possess a better productive performance than buffaloes of Lal Teer farm buffalo farm.
15 ICT Tool: - ‘C’ Language Program for Matrix Multiplication
Pradip P. Kolhe, Prakash R. Kolhe, Sanjay C. Gawande
Abstract – In mathematics to solve matrix problems ,manually it is very difficult task to get the required output need to perform. Multiplication of two matrixes is only possible if first matrix has size m X n and other matrix has size n x r. Where m, n and r are any positive integer. In the era of Information Communication Technology (ICT) .The ICT programming technique, it is easier task. One of the very popular programs in C programming is Matrix Multiplication. Multiplications mean successive addition. This paper discuss Matrix Multiplication in C language, source code and methods with outputs. The source codes of program for Matrix Multiplication in C programming are to be compiled. Running them on Turbo C or available version and other platforms might require a few modifications to the code. You probably know how to multiply two matrices. From the observed result it can be said that, buffaloes of BLRI farm have better reproductive characteristics compared to Lal Teer farm buffalo herd. Buffaloes of BLRI farm also possess a better productive performance than buffaloes of Lal Teer farm buffalo farm.
16 Structural Analysis of Petrol Engine Flywheel by Using Aluminium Alloy A360
Ratna Kumar V, Nava Sai Divya R
Abstract – A Flywheel is used in machines which is used to stores energy and energy is more than the requirement releases the requirement of energy is more than supply. A Flywheel is located on one end of the crankshaft and its inertia it reduces the vibration which outs the power stroke in each cylinder fires. The Flywheel is designed in 3D modelling CATIA. The analysis of the will be done by the prototype of Flywheel is done by using Cast Iron and aluminium alloy A360. The comparison can be done with the materials and the best material after the analysis is Flywheel aluminium alloy A360.
17 Survey of Digital Image Tampering Techniques
Yash Parashar, Shirish Mohan Dubey
Abstract – In this time of modern technology the manipulation in the digital image is very easy and common as well. An image can be tampered easily with the help of photo editing software like Photoshop in a very advanced way. The motive of this research is to detect and confront the authenticity of the image, and if the image has been forged or tampered then detecting the tampered region of the image. We put our efforts to make a survey about the recent achievements and discoveries in the field of digital image forgery detection and hence, we are going to present the passive method of image forgery detection. First we will get the overview or introduction to detect the various types of image forgery and then we will come to the introduction of passive image authentication. It will also present the overview of previously existing passive image forgery detection or also known as blind image forgery detection.
18 Study on Egg Quality of Seven Different Plumage Color Mutant Varieties of Japanese Quail Isolated at BAU
S. Begum, M.N. Yeasmin, M. Morduzzaman, M. A. R. Howlider, M.S. Hossain
Abstract – This study compared and assessed the egg quality among 7 different varieties of Japanese quail. The varieties were BB Dhakaya, BB White, BB Fawn, BB Tuxedo, BB Rosseta, BB Black and Wild type Japanese quail. The quails were reared on ideal feeding and management from 120 days to 150 days of age to compare the egg quality; egg weight, egg length, egg width, albumen length, albumen height, yolk length, yolk height, yolk color score, fresh yolk weight, dry yolk weight, raw albumen weight, dry albumen weight, shell weight, shell thickness, shell membrane weight and shell membrane thickness. Majority of the parameters, the new isolated colored varieties were remarkably different from each other. Except albumen diameter, yolk index, yolk color score, dry albumen weight, shell membrane thickness and shell as % of egg, other egg quality characteristics may be significantly affected by varieties. However, the variety BB-Dhakaya had superiority in most of the parameters measured and was followed by BB-Tuxedo, BB-White, BB-Black, BB-Fawn and wild Japanese.
19 Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate in Construction
Shubham Bhardwaj, Sohit Aggrawal, Vaishant Gupta, Dr. Mukesh Pandey
Abstract – Recycled aggregates comprised of crushed, graded inorganic particles processed from the materials that have been used in the constructions and demolition debris. This study aims to develop the best economic solution by use of that demolition debris as recycled aggregate in structural concrete to reduce the environmental impact, the main objective of this paper is to investigate the hardness properties of Recycled Aggregates & Recycled Concrete Aggregate including abrasion test, impact value test & water absorption test on aggregates while slump, compressive strength, tensile strength & modulus of elasticity on fresh & hard concrete, which will give a better understanding on the properties of concrete with recycled aggregates, as an substitute material to virgin coarse aggregate in structural concrete. To determining the above properties of the recycled aggregate by studying the influence of limited percentage of recycled aggregate in concrete. The Laboratory trials were conducted with the aggregate size of 10-20mm, there were total of six batches of two concrete mixes M30 with 0.42 w/c & M20 with 0.5 w/c, consist of 00%, 40% & 60% of recycled aggregate replacement. The workability of concrete will be decreased as the amount of recycled aggregate increased but in the end, is considerable in the mix as it is still under the limits. This was evaluated through standard slump test. For strength characteristics, the results showed a gradually decreasing in modulus of elasticity, tensile strength, compressive strength as the percentage of recycled aggregate used in the specimens increased but at last most of the results were satisfactory & under the limits.

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