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Volume 6, Issue 3, March (2018)

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1 Cobalt and Nickel Adsorption on Coal based Granular Activated Carbon F-200 & F100
Abstract - In this work the adsorption isotherm, Kinetic describes the adsorption of Co2+ & Ni2+ metal ions from aqueous solutions by F-300 Granular Activated carbon were studied. In all experimental system, concentration of solution, contact time, rpm and temperature were studied. The experimental data correlated well by the Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption isotherms and their constants were calculated. Cobalt adsorption using GAC F-200 & F-100 is very rapid in the first hour of contact where maximum metal ions are removed by GAC followed by a slow approach to equilibrium.
2 Effect of Sewage Farming On Ground Water Quality in Latur City
Sarge Datta Rangrao, Sachin Mane
Abstract - Sewage farming is truly basic in India since start of the most recent century; the use of sewage water for irrigation system has been perceived in India because of intense lack of fresh water for irrigation system. The study area chose is being utilized sewage water for irrigation system from long time because of deficiency of Fresh water for irrigation system. The study was done to research the impacts of sewage farming on ground water were investigated different parameters of ground water and sewage water . The samples of ground water and sewage water gathered from individual study region, The gathered ground water were analyzed for parameters like pH, Hardness, sulphate, TDS, phosphate,BOD,COD,DO,EC.The results investigated by Correlation and Regressions, have been utilized to establish relation between sewage farming and ground water quality.. The investigation uncovers that the groundwater quality status of the study region is poor, and it needs to be protected from the dangers of contamination by giving certain level of treatment to sewage water before irrigation use.
3 Cost Effective Android Based Wireless Notice Board
Pallavi M. Banait, Nikita P. Bakale, Mayuri S. Dhakulkar, Bhushan S. Rakhonde
Abstract - In the day to day life, smartphone is gaining a wide range of importance in its usage and is portable. Thus an android smartphone can be for the purpose. An android application is installed in the users smartphone which permits the transmission. The project is based on the development of simple and low cost Android based wireless notice board which is easy to use. Instead of manually changing the notices through paper, this system proposes a approach of displaying the notices by accepting the input commands from the user and displays it wirelessly. At receiver end, a low cost microcontroller board (Arduino Uno) is programmed to receive and display messages in any of the above communication mode. Using the developed system, two different applications for displaying messages on a remote digital notice board and wireless person calling has been implemented. The developed system will therefore aims in wirelessly sharing the information with intended users and also helps in saving the time and the cost for paper and printing hardware.
4 Performance Evaluation of Compressive Sensing and Differential Evolution Technique based on Energy Efficient Protocol in WSN
Varinder Pal Singh, Varinder Jit Kaur, Dr. Naveen Dhillon
Abstract - WSN is now days an important part of study in computational process due to its number of applications. LEACH is one of well-known adaptive clustering algorithm with high efficiency, LEACH dependent incoming signal strength results in formation of nodes clusters by using technology i.e. any single circular as well as spherical round, Base Station (BS) selects the main sink as well as it represents the various options for each and every node. The main objective associated in this paper is usually to boost network lifetime of several applications. LEACH has shown fairly major success more than the available WSNs protocols. However the use of the three issues is completely ignored the effect of the mobile sink, compressive sensing and evolutionary optimization technique. The demonstrated results show the improvement in the network life time.
5 Optimal Wind-Thermal Coordination Dispatch of Power System using Hybrid Algorithm
Ambarish Panda
Abstract - Due to the uncertainty of wind flow, accurate modeling of wind energy conversion system (WECS) based power generation system and its integration with conventional fossil fuel based generation and grid becomes an imperative issue. In this context, this work attempts to model the combined operation of wind-thermal generation system in optimal power dispatch framework so that not only the cost of power generation will be minimized but also it attempts to do so while keeping the system operating voltage secure and stable. In this context, hybrid algorithm (HA) and artificial bee colony algorithm (ABCA) have been used to optimize the suitably formulated objective. The result demonstrates the superiority of HA over ABCA in obtaining the optimal solution for the proposed system.
6 Automatic Generation Control of Two Area Power System using Modified Bacteria Foraging Algorithm
Ambarish Panda
Abstract - This paper investigates the design, modeling and performance analysis of a proportional integral (PI) controller which is incorporated with a two area power system. This design problem of automatic generation control (AGC) has been formulated in an optimization framework. Modified bacteria foraging algorithm (MBFA) is implemented to find the optimally tuned controller parameter which can accomplish the operational objectives i.e. minimization of settling time, peak overshoot and integral square error (ISE).
7 On the Negative Pell Equation y2 = 7x2 - 14
A. Kavitha, K.Janani
Abstract - The binary quadratic Diophantine equation represented by the negative pellian y2=7x2-14 is analyzed for its non-zero distinct solutions. A few interesting relations among the solutions are given. Further, employing the solutions of the above hyperbola, we have obtained solutions of other choices of hyperbolas, parabolas and Pythagorean triangle.
8 Design and Fabrication of Tubular Cored Sandwich Panels under Three-Point Bending
M. Bharath Kumar, V. Diwakar Reddy
Abstract - The aim of this work is to design, fabrication and optimization of the tubular cored sandwich panels using finite element analysis. Square and Circular tubes are used as Cores in sandwich panels. Based on the analysis, panel structure parameters considered are Core-Gap, Face sheet thickness, Core shape, Core height, and Panel Dimensions. The Taguchi design of experiments is used to analyze the parameters by considering an orthogonal array of L36. NX10 Unigraphics is used for modeling the problem and ANSYS for structural analysis in the transverse direction by three-point bending test (ASTM D790). Taguchi and Grey relational analysis are used for evaluating the optimum dimensions of the panel under three-point bending test.
9 Machinablity Evaluation and Parameter Optimization of PMEDM Process of OHNS-O2
M.Rajesh, M.Sudhahar, P.Vijayakumar, D.Balaji
Abstract - Electrical discharge machining (EDM) is a non-conventional machining process used to manufacture intricate profiles, complex shapes, process hard materials that are extremely difficult to machine by conventional machining processes. This thermo electric machining technique is continuously emerging from a mere tool and dies making process to a micro scale machining applications. In recent years, researches have emphasized on process performance like material removal rate (MRR), tool wear rate (TWR), surface roughness (SR). Powder mixed electrical discharge machining (PMEDM) has emerged as one of the advanced techniques in the direction of the enhancement of the capabilities of EDM. The use of powder mixed electrical discharge machining helps overcome this drawback and increases the efficiency of the machining process. A suitable selection of tool can reduce the cost of machining. In the present experimental work, a study has been made to optimize the process parameters of powder mixed electrical discharge machining (PMEDM). This study focused on the machining of OHNS using graphite powder. The experiments were carried out as per L9 orthogonal array with DOE principle. Each experiment was performed under different conditions such as Ampere rating, pulse on time and pulse off time. The optimal factor for Surface Roughness was obtained, when Pulse on time is 8s, Pulse Off time 6 s and Amps-12 and Machining timing was Pulse on time is 10s, Pulse Off time 8 s and Amps-10 and MRR was obtained Pulse on time is 10s, Pulse Off time 4 s and Amps-14. Particularly surface roughness depending on the pulse on time.
10 Study of Effects of Cutting Parameters on Cutting Forces Generated during Turning of Titanium Alloy and their Optimization
Niharika, B. P. Agrawal, Iqbal A. Khan, S. N. Satapathy
Abstract - Turning of titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) as round specimen were done to study the effects of various process parameters of cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut on cutting forces generated. Box-Behnken experimental design was used to initially select effective cutting parameters to be used further for performance of turning operations. ANOVA was applied to determine the significance of the cutting parameters. The model equations are formulated to predict cutting forces. Optimal values of cutting parameters were determined through response surface methodology. The validity of the model equations were checked by comparing the results obtained from equations and experiments. The model was optimized. A 100% desirability level in the turning process for economy was indicated by the optimized model. Optimum values of the cutting parameters were suggested which can be further used for machining of titanium alloy that will generate minimum cutting forces.
11 Experimental Investigation on Cycle Time Reduction in Second Pass Roof Panels
P.Viswabharathy, R.Harimaheswaran, E.Ajith Kumar, A.Aravindhan, I.Aravindan, B.Chandra Prakash
Abstract - This once through supercritical (OTSC) technology has become a focal point for increasing coal-based thermal power generation sector in India. Indian Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs), typically 4,000 MW each, were undertaken during the 11th five year plan (ended in 2012) and are slated to address increasing coal-based thermal power generation throughout the 12th and 13th five year plans. OTSC technology is expected to account for 40% of all coal-based thermal capacity additions during the upcoming 12th five year plan and all coal-based capacity additions for the 13th plan. These aggressive plans are set against a backdrop of fuel shortages as coal consumption has increased 6% while proven domestic reserves have increased only about 2.5%. The use of imported coals continues to address indigenous coal supply shortfalls. The Indian Central Electricity Authority (CEA) stipulated in 2011 that all future indigenous coal based thermal power plant boilers are to be designed for utilization of fuel blend ratios of 30% imported coal/70% indigenous coal. Thus fuel flexibility will become an issue of increasing importance in the adoption of OTSC technology in India.
12 Stable Heterogeneous Energy Efficient Protocol with Optimum Clustering (SHEEP-OC) in Wireless Sensor Network
Mohammed Moyed Ahmed,Dr. D. Sreenivasa Rao
Abstract - Coverage holes and unbalanced energy consumption issues within the cluster and inter- cluster is caused by uneven clustering and uneven energy consumption in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). We propose an optimized clustering and multi-hop cluster communication routing protocol SHEEP-OC, an improvement of SHEEP protocol. The optimized partitioning is done using RF communication based energy consumption model. Improved energy efficiency, coverage hole problem and balanced energy consumption of nodes in a cluster, can be achieved by using inter-cluster routing. It uses cluster head's energy and distance from the base station for selecting the minimum cost routing. The experimental simulation results show that the proposed algorithm effectively reduces the network energy consumption and prolong the life cycle of the network, it also increases the data throughput of the network.
13 Automatic Cradle and Monitoring System for Infant Care
Tushar P. Patekar, Pooja S. Dawale, Pooja A. Jaiswal
Abstract - This paper presents a brand new approach in coming up with associate automatic swinging cradle system. Proposed system helps the oldsters and nurses in taking care of their kid while not physical attention. There is a need to develop a new low cost indigenous electronic cradle because the existing cradles are imported and costly. This paper presents the design and implementation of a new indigenous low cost baby cradle that swings automatically when baby cries. The speed of the cradle can be controlled as per the users need. This system helps parents and nurses to take care of babies without physical attention. In the present days we see both the husband and the wife are working .So it becomes quite difficult to take care of their infant. Many a times there are no grandparents in the house; the mother alone has to manage with the household activities. The system architecture consists of sensors for monitoring vital parameters, dc motor for cradle movement, cloud where data is stored and a sound buzzer all controlled by a single Arduino Mega microcontroller core.
14 Experimental Investigation on Bricks in Replacement of Soil by Waste Plastics
N.Siva, M.Anitha, P.S.Lakman prabu, A.Mahadur Banu, K.P.Ravikumar
Abstract - The main objective of this study is to investigate the potential use of various plastic wastes for producing construction materials. In this paper the study of some of plastic waste materials which we can reuse by certain processing and use it in the production of bricks. The discussed materials have many advantages over conventional/ traditional materials of bricks. This paper discusses the environmental implications caused by the generation of various plastic wastes, and highlights their recycling potentials and possible use for producing construction materials like bricks. The conducted study on recycling of plastic waste and blending it with soil to make a brick and compare with the environmental and economic conditions. Some of these materials are relatively cheaper and provide more strength as compared to traditional brick materials. This project will come up with useful information and creating awareness amongst the learner in the industry regarding waste material. So that one can have a step towards further detailed information about these materials and thus be able to implement on field which will definitely improve the level of construction.
15 Microcontroller Based Single Axis Sun Tracking Control System
M. Kamal, M.A. Mohamad
Abstract - Solar power is one of the most powerful renewable energy sources. Solar collectors, PV panels and concentrating collectors should be kept aligned with the sun ray to maximize the collected solar energy. In this paper a solar azimuth tracking control system is designed and implemented. The azimuth tracking axis is tilted by the location latitude angle parallel to the celestial north pole. The control system is based on AT89S52 microcontroller with a simple control circuit. This embedded control system offers a reliable and inexpensive method of aligning a solar panel with the sun on single axis.
16 Boost Buck Converter for Thermoelectric Generators
Pooja V. Alaspure, Pratiksha D.Pohekar, Nayan D. Dindekar, S. J. Tikhe
Abstract - This paper presents a digital cascade controller for a boost buck converter to charge a vehicle battery and supply to the load. The recover of waste heat of the exhaust gas and convert into electric energy in automotive applications. The Thermoelectric generators (TEGs) are used. The temperature of the waste heat result the voltage and internal resistor of a TEG. A DC-DC converter used for the electric linking of TEGs to the on board power supply. Track the maximum power point of the TEG. The control of the DC-DC converter must be robust against dynamic changes and additionally. To track the MPP, a hill Ascend (HA) algorithm is implemented, which is also used for photovoltaic. The conversion time of the HA is minimized with an adaptive step size. Width variations of electric parameters of TEG effect the dynamic and stability of the controllers. With closed loop identification, the parameter variation is estimated, and the control parameters can be change. An experimental result shows the efficiency of the adaptive control.
17 Bus Tracking System Based on Location Aware Services
Priyanka V. Narkhede, Radhika V. Mahalle, Priya A. Lokhande, Reetu M. Mundane, Dhiraj M. Londe
Abstract - BUSES have become an important means of transport in cities. This public transport is used by majority of the population in cities. But as we know that nothing is perfect, buses also have one drawback that is the commuters have to wait for too much time for the bus to arrive; which in turn leads to usage of private vehicles thus leading to increase in fuel consumption. Rather than waiting for buses it would be beneficial for the passengers to know the tentative timing of the buses, so that they can plan their journey accordingly. In this paper, we proposed smart bus tracking system that any passenger with a smart phone or mobile device with the query asked by user on his personal mobile device stops to view estimated bus arrival times, bus current locations, and bus routes on a map. GPS (Global Positioning System) and Google Maps are used for navigation and display services, respectively.
18 Large Screen Wireless Notice Display System Using Raspberry pi
Ashwini G. Buchande, Shweta G. Balkhande, B. S. Rakhonde
Abstract - This paper is introducing a new notice system which does not require reaching to the display or any pinning or pasting of papers anywhere. The system is consists of the voice alert notice which can be built on single board known as Raspberry Pi which includes ARM8 quad core processor from Broadcom. So, the entire development will be on the linux based operating system and the hardware module is selected as Raspberry Pi. The new system is consist of a text to voice feature, also the message will can be remotely send through email.

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