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Volume 6, Issue 1, January (2018)

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1 Identification of Polymer Synergy with Help of DOE
Simta S Jadhav, Millind J Bhitre, Kavita Inamdar
Abstract - Ophthalmic solutions undergo rapid clearance from eye due to instant tear drainage, lower volume of cul-de-sac and lesser contact time with eye. All these drawbacks of ophthalmic solutions results in less efficacious product or requires repeated dosing. Repeated dosing of formulation could lead to lesser patient compliance and possible adverse effects. There are numerous approved polymeric ingredients available for ophthalmic use; however less information is available on their synergies. Hence there was a need to identify synergies among various polymeric ingredients with increased adhesiveness for sustained release ophthalmic formulations. Formulation adhesiveness is the function of viscosity being directly proportional; it plays a major role to sustain the drug release by increasing the contact time in eye with help of muco-adhesive forces or by polymer Inter-Penetrated Network (IPN). Choices of selection of polymeric ingredient were based on their individual viscosities. Significant synergies were considered for those combinations which have higher viscosities compared to their individual viscosities at lower concentrations. The synergies were also studied for stress study with the impact of pH, Buffers and Temperature during steam sterilization process.
2 Qualitative Chemical Analysis with Novel Structural Interpretations of Kyselina 2-Naftalensulfonova
R. Mini, T. Joselin Beaula, V. Bena Jothy
Abstract - Kyselina 2-naftalensulfonova (KNS) derivatives have been focused in the past decades due to their remarkable biological and pharmacological activities. Molecular geometry of KNS has been evaluated and compared with XRD data while the crystalline nature of the compound has been confirmed by PXRD study. Fourier Transform Infrared and FT-Raman spectra of the nonlinear optical material KNS were recorded and analyzed. Detailed interpretations of the vibrational spectra were carried out with the aid of normal coordinate analysis followed by scaled quantum mechanical force field methodology. Molecular orbital contributions have been investigated by TDOS and BDOS. Antimicrobial studies confirm the antibacterial effects. Molecular docking was performed for the different receptors for calculating binding affinities and predicting binding sites.
3 Real Time Finger Recognition Based Announcement System
Ranjana Solanki
Abstract - Our essential aim of developing finger recognition based announcement system is to create a natural interaction between human and computer where the recognized gestures can be used for conveying desired information. In our country around 2.94% of peoples are not able to speak (dumb) and old aged or disabled persons who can't speak or walk are properly most sensitive persons and they must be served in a systematic, quick, sophisticated and efficient manner by very little effort. The problem is that there is no anybody who is always with them for 24 hours daily routine life. This project can be used to serve these peoples and to provide a full control to them so that they may announce & perform any task with related to them. In this paper, we propose a new real time finger recognition method which will be very helpful to them for conveying their messages. We have developed a low-cost, reliable, efficient and secure finger operated announcement system especially for those persons with disabilities to do their work.
4 Multi-Biometric System for Newborn Recognition
Tejshwini Kapase, Komal Panpaliya, Kiran S. Khandare
Abstract - Infant abduction, swapping, missing, illegal adoptions and kidnapping are increasing issues in the hospitals, birthing centers, health centers and in other places where multiple births occur simultaneously. The use of biometrics as a tool for authentication for adults has come into existence in all the application areas. Hence, a newborn personal authentication system is proposed for this issue based on multi biometrics. The finger print of mother matches with the Id of baby. An appropriate fusion scheme is implemented to overcome the drawbacks of a single modality.
5 IoT Based Environment Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Network
Neha P. Vaitage, Ankita V. Verulkar, Nikhil S. Mundane
Abstract - The system of physical object devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with sensors, electronics, software and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data, this is called IoT. IoT is expected to generate large amounts of data from diverse locations. IoT is one of the platforms for today's smart city and smart energy management systems. Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is used to monitor environmental conditions such as sound, pressure, temperature etc. The application requirements are long lifetime, low cost, fast deployment, low maintenance; high number of sensors and high quality of service are considered in the specification. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) has been employed to collect data about physical phenomenon in various applications such as habitat monitoring. The Internet of Things (IoTs) can be described as connecting everyday objects like smart-phones, Internet TVs, sensors and actuators to the Internet where the devices are intelligently linked together enabling new forms of communication between things and people, and between things themselves.
6 Studies on Autocatalytic Deposition of Ternary Ni-Mo-P Alloys Using Nickel Sulphate Bath
Vinod Kumar G S, Lakshmana Naik
Abstract - An attempt has been made to deposit ternary Ni-Mo-P coatings autocatalytically using nickel sulphate and sodium molybdate as nickel and molybdenum sources, respectively, and sodium hypophosphite as a reducing agent. These coatings were deposited using an alkaline citrate based bath and were compared with plain Ni-P coatings. Both deposits were characterized for their structure, morphology, surface roughness. Results obtained from EDX analysis showed that binary Ni-P alloy contains 12.74 wt.% of phosphorus. Incorporation of molybdate had reduced the phosphorus content to about 1.09 wt.% in ternary Ni-Mo-P deposits. Apart from phosphorus and nickel contents, a trace of sulphur was noticed in ternary Ni-Mo-P deposit. Structural examination carried out by XRD studies revealed the presence of a broad peak with a calculated grain size of 2.88 nm for binary Ni-P alloy, where as a sharp peak with a grain size of 27.4 nm is obtained for ternary Ni-Mo-P alloy. The AFM images of the Ni-P and Ni-Mo-P deposits shows that the Molybdenum increased the roughness value from 24 to 40 nm.
7 Experimental Verification and Validation of Correlation of an Inclined Heated Pipe Using CFD Simulation
Lakshmana Naik, Vinod Kumar G S
Abstract - Heat transfer coefficient h, determines the rate of heat transfer. The phenomenon of convection with turbulent flow can be solved experimentally and by CFD simulation. The value of h was found by CFD simulation, for a velocity input of 2.5 m/s, for a steel pipe at an inclination of 60o. This h was then compared with the experimental results of Dr. Krishpersad Manohar & Kimberly Ramroop (ref 1). The result was further compared with correlation data obtained using relations given by HILPERT, Fand & Keswani and Morgan. CFD simulation result validated the above correlation. Further in this study airflow at 0.8,1.35m/s and 2.5 m/s across steel pipe of diameter 0.034m and 0.05mt results with pipe orientation inclined at 0,30,60,90 degrees to the horizontal position will be taken. A comparison of the experimentally determined h (heat transfer co efficient) with cfd simulated h will be done .further we will carry cfd simulation for copper pipe.The Nu number will be calculated by the results obtained by cfd simulations and compared with the test conditions with the commonly used correlations of Hilpert, Fand and Keswani, Zukaukas, Churchill and Bernstein, and Morgan from this we can optimize the exact correlation which can be used for inclined heated pipe.
8 Vriksh: A Tree Based Malayalam Lemmatizer Using Suffix Replacement Dictionary
Dhanya P.M, Dr. Sreekumar A, Dr. Jathavedan M
Abstract - Morphology is a term in Natural Language Processing(NLP) which refers to the different forms a particular word can take. The process of removing the affixes from the word and extracting the stem is called stemming. The lemmatizer generates the root word from the given word rather than reducing it to the stem. Lemmatization is very important in any NLP project since only the root word can contribute to the word count. This explicatory paper presents two methods for extracting the root word from a Malayalam word .One is clustered indexed dictionary based , which uses a suffix replacement method by considering nearly thousand rules which are identified by several test cases done during the development of the project. The second method creates a tree from the set of rules . The permanently stored tree is then searched for a path which matches with the suffix and the corresponding leaf node , which is the replacement, is retrieved. Testing with online Malayalam documents helped in finding out and adding several rules to the dictionary. This is a pioneer lemmatizer which uses a tree based method.
9 Fabrication of Grass Cutter Machine
Kartik R. Khodke, Himanshu Kukreja, Sumit Kotekar, Nital kukade, C. J. Shende
Abstract - Our aim is to design and fabricate a manually pushed lawn mower model of simple mechanism and low cost. A large pulley will be coupled to the driving wheel. A smaller pulley will be joined with the larger pulley through a belt drive. A bevel gear pair will transmit power from the smaller pulley to the cutting blades. In our seminar we fabricate the grass cutting machine for the use of agricultural field, to cut the crops in the field. This is a new innovative concept mainly used in agricultural field. It is simple in construction and its working is easy. The components that are used are motor, gear arrangement, cam, chain and sprocket, lead screw, wheel, control unit. Below the gear arrangement cutting blade is fixed. When the motor starts running by the use of power supply, the shaft also rotates and that rotates the gear arrangement which is coupled with the motor. As the gear arrangement rotates the cam arrangement, it operates the sickle bar which tends to cut the plants or crops. The sickle bar has one is fixed cutter and another one is movable cutter which is placed on it. The whole set up is placed on a movable base which has a wheel arrangement.
10 IOT and GPS Based Soldier Position Tracking and Health Monitoring System
Monika V. Bhivarkar, Anuja G. Asole, P. B. Domkondwar
Abstract - In today's world the security of the nation is depends upon the enemies' warfare and so the safety of the soldiers is considered as vital role in it. The security of any nation depends on military, army, air-force & navy of country and the backbone of all these forces are our soldier. one of the fundamental charges in military operations lies in that soldier not able to communicate with control room station. In this project the exact location and health status parameter of soldier can be sent to be base station in real time so that the appropriate action can be taken in case of crisis. GPS is used to log the longitude and latitude so that direction can be known easily. Here to find the health status of the soldier we are using the body temperature sensor to measure the temperature of body as well as heart beat rate to measure heart beat rate of soldier. The IoT makes the entire monitoring process fast, efficient and the decisions can be taken in less amount of time. So by using these equipments we are trying to implement the basic life gurding system for soldier in low cost and high reliability. So by using these equipments we are trying to implement the basic life guarding system for soldier in low cost and high reliability.
11 VFD Application in Hydraulic Systems
Devunoori.Manikanta, Juttiga.Suresh, Surabhi S.Sanap, G.Kalaiarasan
Abstract - These Recent hydraulic systems are more power consuming and noisy. Sometimes depending upon the application power requirement varies but as the motor speed is constant power consumption would be same for every application. To optimize the power consumption motor should use less current and voltage. As the power consumption depends on speed and voltage of the motor the motor speed need to be controlled. There are so many methods to control the motor speed and voltage supply. One of the efficient methods is using Variable frequency drive (VFD).
12 Implementation of CPV Cell for Electricity and Water Heating Using Dish Concentrator
Vinod Kumar G S, LakshmanaNaik
Abstract - The main aim of this study is to design and analyze the performance of water cooled concentrated photovoltaic cell and utilize the extracted heat for domestic purpose. Temperature characteristic analysis of the triple-junction solar cell was carried out using circuit simulator under concentration conditions. The temperature exponent of saturation current density for each single-junction solar cell was derived. Extracted temperature exponents were used in the equivalent circuit model for the triple-junction solar cell, and the calculations of solar cell performance were carried out at various temperatures and concentration ratios. The calculation results agreed well with the measured results. Today, in non-convectional and convectional energy sources The PDSC (Parabolic Dish Solar Collector) technology is very useful as it is used for approximately all solar energy applications such as steam and power generation, water heating, air heating etc. In this paper work the evaluation, comparison, and optimum selection of a PDSC system from the different alternative designs available in the global market is done with the use of systems approach the maximum number of attributes of the PDSC system are identified in an exhaustive way and classified under different categories. The attributes are identified taking into account all the factors i.e. performance, design, materials, cost, quality etc. that affect the PDSC system and are listed in a tabular form. The ranking and optimum selection of PDSC is done by the use of a mathematical technique and also by line graph representation from review papers.
13 Industrial Monitoring and Control Applications Using IOT
Shrushti Panpaliya, Nita Surayawansi, Nikhil S. Mundane
Abstract - Internet of Things (IoT) in industries has created a new revolution in industries. IoT in industry has given rise to the term "INDUSTRY 4.0" where systems are connected to each other over the internet and can communicate with each other to take necessary decisions (also called as M2M communication) through artificial intelligence. In this new era of technological developments remote control and monitoring of Industrial application via communication techniques such as ZigBee, RF, Infrared and Bluetooth has been widely used in Industries. However, these wireless communication techniques are generally restricted to simple applications because of their slow communication speeds, distances and data security. In addition, they are easily affected by noise and bad weather conditions such as snow, fog and rain. This paper illustrates a new solution adopted for the traditional Industrial monitoring and control through the implementation of Internet of things (IoT). To implement IoT we need a reliable protocol like TCP\IP that enables continuous monitoring and control of Industrial applications through GPRS enabled high quality communication at low cost and high security.
14 Numerical Studies on Supersonic Fluid Flow past a Cavity Involving Pressure Field and Aeroacoustic Effects Using LES Approach
Dr. Nirmal Kumar Kund
Abstract - An appropriate numerical model is presented to compute supersonic flow over a three-dimensional open cavity. The investigations of supersonic flow over the three-dimensional cavity having length-to-depth ratio of 2, encompass the supersonic free-stream Mach number of 2 and the flow Reynolds number of 105. The numerical simulation has been performed by using the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) approach. The Smagorinky model is employed for this study. The results obtained have been compared with the experimental data and numerical simulation predictions existing in the literature. The results have been presented in the form of both coefficient of pressure (Cp) and overall sound pressure level (OASPL). The coefficient of pressure seems to match qualitatively with the available experimental and numerical results reported by the other researchers. However, the overall sound pressure level is over-predicted by nearly 30-50 dB. In addition, the feedback loop mechanism of the cavity has also been studied. Quite large pressure fluctuations are observed inside the cavity and hence these need to be reduced. However, the incorporation of a spoiler is also planned for future to change the flow features (inside the cavity) that can lead to the suppression/reduction in both pressure oscillations and overall sound pressure level inside the cavity.
15 Numerical Modelling for Investigations on Influences of Spoiler Relating to Fluid Flow over a Cavity Concerning Pressure Field and Sound Pressure Level Using LES Approach
Dr. Nirmal Kumar Kund
Abstract - The current research involves the establishment of a suitable numerical model pertaining to the supersonic flow over a 3D cavity having a length-to-depth ratio of 2. The Mach number of the supersonic free-stream is 2 and the Reynolds number of the flow is 105. The numerical simulations have been performed by using Large Eddy Simulation (LES) approach. The Smagorinky model is employed for this study. The results have been presented in the form of pressure field and overall sound pressure level. As observed, the feedback loop mechanism explains the nature of flow field of the cavity very well. Large pressure fluctuations are also observed inside the cavity without spoiler. However, the suppression of the pressure oscillations inside the cavity is achieved by employing a spoiler in the form of one-fourth of a cylinder at the leading edge of the cavity. The pressure less than the free-stream pressure is achieved inside the cavity. With the use of the spoiler, the overall sound pressure level is also reduced to some extent. Correspondingly, the sound pressure level is reduced by nearly 12 dB at the front wall and about 7 dB at the aft wall of the cavity. The changes in the flow feature of the cavity employing the spoiler is also investigated. In overall, the comparisons between the results of the cavity flows with and without the use of the spoiler is also done.
16 Study the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash Waste on Behaviour of Cement Mortar and Concrete as the Partial Replacement
Arun kumar Jha, Anil Sanodiya, Rakesh Rathor
Abstract - India is the second largest in major sugar producing countries after Brazil. Bagasse is the waste generated after the sugar production process and further can be utilized in various other products as a raw material and also combusted directly in the boiler for power generation in sugar mill itself. There is generation of ash after direct combustion. Sugar cane bagasse ash is the waste product of the combustion of bagasse for energy in sugar factories. It is further disposed of in landfills and is now becoming an environmental burden. In this exploratory research work solid 3D squares, shafts and chambers of M20 review were threw with various level of Bagasse fiery debris substance and tried to look at different properties of solid like workability, compressive quality. The concrete mortar comprising distinctive level of Bagasse fiery remains likewise analyze by leading tests like compressive quality, setting time and consistency test. Sugar stick bagasse fiery remains was mostly supplanted with bond at 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 and 21 % by weight of bond in mortar and 5, 10, 15 and 20 % by weight of concrete in concrete. From the outcomes we can presume that ideal measure of sugar stick bagasse fiery debris that can be supplanted with bond is 5-10% by weight in cement and 9-12 % by weight in concrete mortar with no admixture.
17 Distribution Network Reconfiguration for Maximum Loss Reduction Using Moth Flame Optimization
A. V. Sudhakara Reddy, M. Damodar Reddy
Abstract - This paper presents an application of a Moth Flame Optimization (MFO) for feeder reconfiguration of the primary distribution system based on step by step reconfiguration. The purpose of reconfiguration is the minimization of power losses or maximization of system loss reduction. The main objective of optimizing of feeder reconfiguration is to find the best promising switching of network reconfiguration in terms of maximum reduction in real power loss while maintaining the radial structure in distribution systems without islanding of any nodes. Network reconfiguration is a method of modifing the system topology by altering the ON or OFF status of both the secure as well as sectional switches. MFO algorithm can be used as one of the approaches for finding the most favorable configuration by solving Kirchhoff's Laws, by maintain radial structure of the distribution system. Moth position has been incorporated with the spiral movement in search space to change the position of tie switches after each iteration, such that the MFO algorithm moves towards the direction of finding the objective as best moth fitness. The proposed Moth Flame Optimization has been illustrated on IEEE 16- node and 69-node test systems.
18 Map Based Dynamic Data Possession Using Cloud Service Providers
G. Jyothsna, G. Dayakar, Dr. Shaik Abdul Nabi
Abstract - In Provable data possession theme the client outsources the data to the remote cloud service provider that is responsible for storing and maintaining the data. Customers will rent the storage infrastructure from the cloud carrier providers to store their data by method of paying costs. Hence the purchasers should verify whether or not the server possesses the initial data and should have powerful assurance that the service provider is storing all of the data copies issued as per the contract. During this method the problems just like data security, data dynamics, integrity security and multi cloud storage have remained the essential endeavor. The data owner update one in every of the copies from Cloud Service provider and therefore the remaining data should be updated by the Cloud Service provider. By the method Message Authentication Code is additionally been updated then the client will send the request and receive the data from the Cloud Service provider. By exploitation the Secure Hash Algorithm-1 the client will check the integrity of the data, whether or not it's updated or not. This mechanism can increase the safety in comparison to the present method.
19 Installation of Solar Panel System
Kanchan A. Ingole, Monali R. Kombe, Sanket Itole, Mayur Khiradkar, C. G. Deshmukh
Abstract - Our aim is to install a solar panel on girl's hostel renewable energy resources may be used directly, or used to create other more convenient forms of energy. The potential of renewable energy sources is enormous as they can in principle meet many times the world's energy demand. A transition to renewables-based energy systems is looking increasingly likely as their costs decline while the price of oil and gas continue to fluctuate. In the past 30 years solar and wind power systems have experienced rapid sales growth, declining capital costs and costs of electricity generated, and have continued to improve their performance characteristics. In fact, fossil fuel and renewable energy prices, and social and environmental costs are heading in opposite directions and the economic and policy mechanisms needed to support the widespread dissemination and sustainable markets for renewable energy systems are rapidly evolving. It is becoming clear that future growth in the energy sector will be primarily in the new regime of renewable energy, and to some extent natural gas-based systems, not in conventional oil and coal sources.
20 Mechanical Properties of Aluminum 6063 Alloy Joined by Tungsten Inert Gas Welding and Friction Stir Welding Methods
Dr.K.Balasubramanian, Dr.N.Balaji, E.Keerthivel Rajesh
Abstract - In this investigation, the mechanical properties of aluminum 6063 alloy welded joint were studied. First welded joint was obtained by using fusion welding methods called Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and other one was obtained from solid state welding methods called Friction Stir Welding (FSW). This solid state welding joint of aluminum alloy 6063 was obtained by employing the conventional universal milling machine. The effect of welding processes on mechanical properties of aluminum 6063 alloy was studied based on optical microscope, tensile test, impact test and hardness test. Results obtained from these characterization tests reveals the friction stir welding provides better mechanical properties of aluminum 6063 alloy welded joint.
21 Review on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash Waste on Behaviour of Cement Mortar and Concrete as the Restricted Replacement
Arun kumar Jha, Anil Sanodiya, Rakesh Rathor
Abstract - India is the second largest in major sugar producing countries after Brazil. Bagasse is the waste generated after the sugar production process and further can be utilized in various other products as a raw material and also combusted directly in the boiler for power generation in sugar mill itself. There is generation of ash after direct combustion. Sugar cane bagasse ash is the waste product of the combustion of bagasse for energy in sugar factories. It is further disposed of in landfills and is now becoming an environmental burden. Present paper focused to give a review based on various pre-research to get the target of the present examination is to think about the utilization of Sugar stick Bagasse Ash as an incomplete swap for Portland bond in concrete and in mortar to ration nature, decrease bond utilization and increment cost proficiency.
22 Unipolar Sine Multicarrier SPWM Control Strategies for Seven - Level Cascaded Inverter
M.Malarvizhi, R.Nagarajan, M.Meenakshi, R. Banupriya
Abstract - In this paper, novel multicarrier pulse width modulation technique which uses unipolar sine carrier waveform is proposed for seven-level cascaded inverter. In each carrier waveform different techniques such as phase disposition (PD), inverted phase disposition (IPD), phase opposition disposition (POD) and alternative phase opposition disposition (APOD) are implemented. The fundamental output voltage and harmonics obtained in each method are compared with the output waveform obtained with the triangular carrier waveform. The proposed switching technique enhances the fundamental component of the output voltage and improves total harmonic distortion. The different PWM methodologies adopting the constant switching frequency multicarrier with different modulation indexes are simulated for a 1kW, 3f inverter using MATLAB/SIMULINK. The effect of switching frequency on the fundamental output voltage and harmonics are also analyzed.
23 Quality Improvement of Yarn by Automatic Waste Removal
Poonam M. Sonwane, Bhushan S.Thakare, Shubham S. Thakare, Gajanan S. Thosar, Bhupendra E. Gajbhiye
Abstract - Spinning is the process of conversion of fibre into yarn. The spinning process includes various operations such as cotton mixing, carding, combing, drawing, winding. Winding is the final process in spinning mill where the yarn of small quantity is wound into a big package known as cones. The important aspect in winding is removal of defects or faults in yarn produced. In manual winding when there is discontinuity of thread, during removal of faults, the knot is made by a human. This reduces the quality of yarn. As we know there are different solutions are available on yarn removal and all have its drawbacks also, still different methods and solution are developed to remove yarn. This is because the resale value of wastes is much less than the price of the cotton or the yarn. The control of yarn realization is thus as important to a mill as the control of cotton and mixing cost. And yet in most mills, the approach to the control of yarn realization is half-hearted, and depends on records of dubious accuracy.
24 Design and Analysis of 4:2 Approximate Compressors using GDI Technique for Multiplication
Godivemula Renuka, G. Kanaka Durga
Abstract - Multiplication is a fundamental operation in most of the digital logic circuits. Multipliers occupy large area, exhibit long latency and consume considerable power. The design of multipliers is a challenge for VLSI system designers. 4:2 approximate compressors are designed in GDI technology. Designed 4:2 approximate GDI compressors are used in Dadda multiplier. These compressors designs are verified and synthesized using Tanner T-Spice tools at 32nm technology. The results show that the approximate GDI compressors designs accomplish significant reduction in power dissipation, delay, transistor count and power delay product compared to approximate CMOS compressors designs.
25 Perturb and Observe Algorithm for Maximum Power Point Tracking in Photovoltaic Systems
Tamanna Nazeer
Abstract - The demand for renewable energy sources in today's world is increasing because of the acute energy crisis. Even though sunlight experiences the phenomenon of reflection and absorption by the atmosphere, but still the solar energy incident on the surface of the earth is on the order of ten thousand times greater than the world energy consumption [1]. Photovoltaic power generation is gaining importance because of its ease of availability, cleanliness and pollution-free nature [2]. However, there are two major barriers for the use of PV systems, low energy conversion efficiency and high initial cost. The power characteristics of a photovoltaic system vary with the level of solar irradiation and temperature therefore making the extraction of maximum power from the PV panel a complex task. In order to harness maximum power from a photovoltaic system, several techniques called as maximum power point tracking techniques are implemented in such systems. This paper presents a detailed study of one of the important maximum power point tracking techniques called as Perturb and Observe algorithm.
26 An Enhanced Attribute Based Encryption Technique that Reduce Computation Complexity of Fine Grained File Access Control in Cloud
Dinesh Raja, Dr.K.Selva kumar, Manibharathi R
Abstract - Advance development of cloud computing, outsourcing data to cloud server attracts millions of attentions due to any where access though with low price. To ensure the safety and security of data and flexibly fine-grained file access management, attribute based encryption (ABE) was projected and employed in cloud storage system. However, user revocation is that the prime issue in ABE techniques. Our proposed work, we provide an Enhanced Attribute Based Encryption Technique with efficient user revocation reduce computation for cloud storage system.

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