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Volume 6 - Issue 4 (April 2017)



Android-Based Secure Monitoring System for Industrial Power Plants
Joonhyuck Choi, Myungchul Kang, Yungho Lee, Jayung Gi, Dongik Lee
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Index: 10.183x/A640107 aned
This paper presents a secure remote monitoring system for industrial gas turbines. By adopting remote monitoring techniques, not only can the human resources required for supervising the turbines around the clock be reduced, but also the reliability in detecting faults with the turbine can be improved. In this work, the proposed system supports the remote monitoring of the gas turbine status with an android-based smart phone. Also the proposed system utilizes the well-known RSA algorithm with a 512-bit encryption to protect the sensitive information of turbines from unauthorized access including hackers. The level of security is further enhanced by prohibiting the users from saving the received turbine data on their devices. The performance of the resulting system is evaluated with an experimental setup including a virtual data generator.
Author Keywords:- Android, Monitoring system, Gas turbine, Security, RSA algorithm.
e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 07
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Buckling of a carbon nanotube embedded in elastic medium via nonlocal elasticity theory
A.M. Zenkour, A.H. Banaji
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Index: 10.183x/B640815 aned
Buckling analysis of acarbon nanotube (CNT) embedded in Pasternak's medium isinvestigated. Eringen'snonlocal elasticity theory in conjunction with the first-orderDonell's shell theory is used. The governing equilibriumequationsare obtained and solved for CNTs subjected to mechanical loads and embedded inWinkler-Pasternak's medium. Effects of nonlocal parameter,radiusandlengthof CNT,as well as the foundation parameterson bucklingof CNT are investigated. Comparison with the available results is made.
Author Keywords:- nanotube;buckling;elastic foundation; Eringen's nonlocal elasticity..
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 08
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The Research on Related Technologies of Web Crawler
Wang Bingwei, Yu Su
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Index: 10.183x/C641619 aned
Web crawler is a computer program which can automatically download page or automation scripts, and it is an important part of the search engine. With the rapid growth of Internet, more and more network resources, search engines have been unable to meet people's need for useful information. As an important part of the search engine, web crawler is becoming more and more important role. This article mainly discusses about the working principle, classification of web crawler, etc were related in this paper. And then discusses the research and the subject of the search engine important topic web crawler.
Author Keywords:- Web crawler, Search engine, Topic web crawler.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 04
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Finding the Spontaneous/Self Potential of the Surface
Rajesh Kanna, Ranju Chinnan, Wajahat Hussain, Mirza Muzaffar, Md Viquar Uddin
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Index: 10.183x/D642022 aned
Measuring the spontaneous/self potential of the ground at different points in a line to now the subsurface structure.This helps us to show the high potential and low potential points of the ground,actually these are the elevation and steep areas of the subsurface structure.basically,these points together forms in the shape of the countor map of the area which shows the characteristics of the subsurface. This experiment is carried out by the voltmeter.
Author Keywords:- voltmeter, countor map, spontaneous/self potential.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 03
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ASTM Distillation D86: A Standard Test Method for Distillation of Petroleum Products
Dr. A Rajesh Kanna, Abiya James, Jomy V M, Tomin Kurian, Vishnu C M
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Index: 10.183x/E642326 aned
This test method covers the atmospheric distillation of petroleum products and liquid fuels using a laboratory batch distillation unit to determine quantitatively the boiling range characteristics of such products as light and middle distillates, automotive spark ignition engine fuels with or without oxygen. This test method is designed for the analysis of distillate fuels; it is not applicable to product containing appreciable quantities of residual material .This test method covers both manual and automated instruments. The distillation characteristics of hydrocarbons have important effects on their safety and performance especially in the case of fuel and lubricants .The boiling range gives information on the composition, properties, and behavior of the fuel during storage and uses.
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A Survey Paper on Cryptography and Biometrics
S.Uma Mageshwari, Dr.R.Santhi
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Index: 10.183x/F642730 aned
In the present scenario, the advancements and development of Information Technology makes the people to depend on various computing devices to do their work efficiently and conveniently. To protect the data from the hackers during transmission, it‟s best preventing from the unauthorized person access. To achieve this key (Cryptography) and fingerprint, tongue iris…etc (Biometrics) can be used to resolve this problem. This paper is about comparative study on three papers with different algorithms and methods to provide data protection from an intruder. This paper helps you to understand how to provide an enhanced security for data transmission and authentication of a person by integrating features of Cryptography and Biometrics
Author Keywords:- Cryptography (key), Biometrics (Fingerprint, Tongue) Security, Hackers.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 04
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Exploring ImageJ toolbox for Oceanography: A case study in Malacca Straits
Ghada Soliman, Maged Marghany
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Index: 10.183x/G643137 aned
The oil discharges in marinas and coastal areas has adversely affected the marine environment that has become the driving force for the early detection of oil spills to allow timely intervention. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data represents an effective tool that is extensively used for the detection and identification of oil spills in the marine environment. This paper aims at exploring the plugins available in ImageJ, a popular public domain Java image processing and analysis program at the National institute of Health (NIH), in the detection of oil spills for oceanography. As the popularity of the ImageJ open-source comes from being extensively used in biomedical and medical image processing applications, this study showed that ImageJ is a good choice for the detection of oil spills in oceanography applications throughout the extensibility capability supported by ImageJ framework.
Author Keywords:- Image thresholding; Synthetic Aperture Radar; Oil spill detection; Oceanography; ImageJ; Image analysis.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 07
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Synthesises and Simulation of Binary AND Gate using Behavioral Level Modelling
Noor Ul Abedin
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Index: 10.183x/H643842 aned
The implementation of basic binary logic gates is the basic fundamental background in digital electronics. Thus it is our duty to make programming much simpler and applicable to all the possible forms of program modelling which leads to the different modelling techniques in VLSI designing i.e. Gate level modelling, Dataflow level modelling, Behavioral level modelling, Switch level modelling and Mixed level modelling techniques.
Author Keywords:- AND gate, Verilog HDL Behavioral level modelling, Xilinx 14.7, Synthesis and Simulation.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 05
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An Asymptotic Approach of The Crack Extension In Linear Piezoelectricity
Jean-Marie Nianga, Driss Marhabi
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Index: 10.183x/I644352 aned
As a result of a theoretical technique for elucidating the fracture mechanics of piezoelectric materials, this paper provides, on the basis of the three-dimensional model of thin plates, an asymptotic behavior in the Griffith's criterion for a weakly anisotropic thin plate with symmetry of order six, through a mathematical analysis of perturbations due to the presence of a crack. It is particularly established, in this work, the effects of both electric field and singularity of the in-plane mechanical displacement on the piezoelectric energy.
Author Keywords:- Griffith's criterion; J-integral; Piezoelectricity; Asymptotic expansion; Crack extension; Mathematical analysis.
e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 10
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Experimental Analysis of Flash Point of Lubricating oil
Dr. A Rajesh Kanna, Purushotham.T, Sreerag K S, Sooraj P S, Vipin Raj R A, Arun K sudheer
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Index: 10.183x/J645355 aned
The current research is performed to determine the flash point of lubricating oil.The flash point is a descriptive characteristic that is used to distinguish between flammable liquids, such as petrol, and combustible liquids, such as diesel. It is also used to characterize the fire hazards of liquids. Depending on the standard used, liquids which have a flash point less than either 37.8 or 60.5 °C (100.0 or 140.9 °F) are called flammable , whereas liquids having a flash point above that temperature are called combustible. The flash point is also used for the detection of contamination in the given lubricating oil.
Author Keywords:- Lubricating oil,flash point, temperature, vapours.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 03
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Volume 6 - Issue 4 - Version-2
Determination of Mud and Rheology of Biodiesel Using Xantan Gum and PAM
Rajesh Kanna, Salman Khan, M. Abdul Jabbar, Mohammed Azam Ali, Mohammed Abdul Nadeem
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Index: 10.183x/A6420108 aned
The idea behind the current work is to determining the mud and biodiesel rheology (surface tension, viscosity) by using Xanthan Gum and PAM (polyacrylamide) (-CH2CHCONH2-).The mud used in this work is barite and bentonites at different samples to know the difference in their specific gravity, viscosity, surface tension, and PH of the samples when chemical additives are added. And comparing this value with the oil based mud's which is prepared with biodiesel to reduce the impact of toxicity and make the environment friendly drilling fluids.
Author Keywords:- Bio diesel, mud rheology, viscosity, surface tension, xanthan Gum, PAM.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 08
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Influence of Water Cement Ratio and The Size of Aggregate on The Properties Of Pervious Concrete
M.Neamitha, T.M.Supraja
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Index: 10.183x/B6420916 aned
Pervious concrete is a tailored-property concrete with high water permeability which allow the passage of water to flow easily through the existing interconnected large pore structure which is obtained by eliminating the sand from the normal concrete mix. This study investigates the effect of water cement ratio and size of aggregate on the property of pervious concrete. Concrete mixes with five different water cement ratio (0.28, 0.30, 0.32, 0.33, 0.34) and two different single sized aggregate (10mm and 12.5mm) were prepared to find an optimum mix yielding the highest strength but the strength of no-fine concrete is lower that of normal concrete. It was found that the compressive strength increases with increase in water/cement ratio where the permeability decreases. Both the permeability and compressive strength increases as the size of aggregate increases.
Author Keywords:- no – fine concrete, compressive strength, permeability, water cement ratio, single sized coarse aggregate.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 08
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Design & Synthesis of Four Wheel Steering Mechanism
Ansari Rehan, Rafiuddin Khan, Ansari Sarfaraz, Shoaib Sayyed, Shaikh Abid, Karan K. Sharma
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Index: 10.183x/C6421720 aned
The objective of this paper is to analyze the steering mechanism of an automobile for the purpose of making a mechanism which is capable of turning all the four wheels of the automobile simultaneously whether in same or different directions as per the requirement so as to utilize the steering mechanism of the automobile in an effective way and to reduce the efforts applied by the driver to park the vehicle in a limited space or to reverse the vehicle direction. The steering mechanism plays a vital role to balance all the four wheels of the automobile while a vehicles moves in a definite direction. In this paper an attempt has been made to develop such a mechanism which can turn all the four wheels of automobile simultaneously which could be beneficial to make an effective turn as well as can assist in parking the vehicles. The radius covered by the vehicle to reverse its direction by both two wheel and four wheel steering mechanism has been calculated as well as experimentally evaluated.
Author Keywords:- Maruti 800, steering mechanism, turning radius etc.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 04
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The radiolytic mineralization of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole, an emerging contaminant in aqueous solution
Turki S. ALKHURAIJI, Bumsoo Han
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Index: 10.183x/D6422131 aned
The ability of high-energy ionizing radiation has been demonstrated for environmental remediation processing. γ-rayswere applied to treat a solution of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole (2-MBT). 2-MBT (125 μM) was decomposed and mineralized by the γ-radiation. The absorbed doses for 50 and 90% 2-MBT degradation were 0.170 and 0.650 kGy, respectively. Organic by-products were almost fully mineralized when high-absorbed doses in the range of 5-60 kGy were applied. Sulfate radicals (SO4 ●–) produced through the rapid reaction of persulfate ions (S2O8 2–) with hydrated electrons(eaq −; keaq − /S2O8 2– = 1.1 × 1010 M−1.s−1) had a significant effect on the 2-MBT mineralization yield. Because of 2-MBT decomposition,sulfate ions (SO4 2−) were formed, and thepH and dissolved oxygen concentration were decreased. The degradation efficiency decreased when HCO3 –was added to the 2-MBT solution. No significant effects of NO3 – and Cl– ions on 2-MBT radiolytic eliminationwere observed.
Author Keywords:- 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole; Mineralization; Ionizing radiation;Persulfate ions.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 11
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Determination of Critical Parameter of Fluids: Surface Tension Analysis Using Tensiometer
Rajesh Kanna, Abin Babu, Krishna Prakash M G, Robinson Xavier, Vishnu V K
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Index: 10.183x/E6423233 aned
Presently industries are using ring tensiometer method to find the surface tesion and interfacial tension between air and liquid because, results can quickly retrived with very less time and can be calibrated easily. Surface tension is defined as the tension of the surface film of a liquid causing by the attraction of the particles in the surface layer by the bulk of the lquid, which tends to minimize the surface area. The measurement value of surface tension and interfacial tension which are considered to be critical parameter for oil recovery is given by unit dynes/cm.
Author Keywords:- Ring method, Surface tension, Interfacial tension.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 02
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Modeling of Spacecraft Centre Mass Motion Stabilization System
Dr. Nickolay Zosimovych
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Index: 10.183x/F6423441 aned
The publication suggests how to significantly improve the spacecraft center of mass movement stabilization accuracy in the active phases of trajectory correction during interplanetary and transfer flights, which in some cases provides for high navigation accuracy, when rigid trajectory control method is used. In order to improve the accuracy of the synthesized algorithms, we propose the application of self-configuring elements, which turn the operating device and X-axis of the spacecraft at angles recorded at the end of the previous active phase before a new active phase begins.
Author Keywords:- Space probe (SP), stabilization controller (SC), on-board computer (OC), gyro-stabilized platform (GSP), propulsion system (PS), angular velocity sensor (AVS), operating device (OD), space vehicle (SV), feedback (FB), control actuator (CA), control system (CS), angular stabilization (AS), center of mass (CM), disturbing force.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 08
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Determining Surface Tension of Different Fluids with The Help of Tensiometer
Danish Alam, Lakshman Yadav, Dabburi Gopi Nath, Bhirgu Bhora Moni Purushotham, T, Rajesh Kanna
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Index: 10.183x/G6424245 aned
Current research work taken in account of surface tension of various fluids available like diesel, petrol, water. The purpose of this experiment is to determine the equivalence between surface tension and surface energy. sThis project covered the importance of surface tension of different fluids with the help of a case study from Lords Institute of Engineering & Technology.
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Air Pollution Dispersion Study in the Neighbourhood of Coastal Super Power Thermal Plant at Karikkuppam, Tamil Nadu A Case Study
Chandrasekar.E, Rajendran.M, Bharath.P
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Index: 10.183x/H6424655 aned
Dispersion of air pollutants in the coastal site due to thermal power plant and other various type of industries located in inland terrain is one of the major environmental pollution issue. Sulphur dioxide is the dominant air pollutant from thermal plants which are easily converted into sulphur trioxide, sulphuric acid and sulphur particles. This leads to the various environmental and health impacts to the humans. Dispersion model are the tool to predict the environmental conditions and the concentration in the downwind environment. Thus in this study, the Dispersion model was developed for the dispersion of sulphur dioxide concentration in the environment using Gaussian Plume Model.
Author Keywords:- Air Pollutant; Dispersion; Sulphur Dioxide; Dispersion Models; Gaussian Plume Model.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 10
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A Study in Financial Analysis of Marble Manufacturing Process
Armash Ansari, Hamzaa Gunawala, Ali Asgar Shirazi, Aalisha Nayakwadi
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Index: 10.183x/I6425660 aned
The motive of the work is to analyze a marble industry financially, based on the idea of Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA). LCCA is an important tool to understand the most lucrative option among different competing alternatives to purchase, own, operate, maintain and eventually dispose of an object or process. All the costs are discounted to a present-day value known as Net Present Value (NPV). NPV helps to choose a better investment option or even let us understand that whether the investment is even profitable or not. The crux of the matter is justified by taking multiple aspects under consideration viz., Owning Cost, Operating Cost, Maintenance and repairs. The values were projected for the next 20 years considering it as the life of the industry.
Author Keywords:- Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Net Present Value, Owning Cost, Operating Cost, Maintenance & Repairs.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 05
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Suggestions on the Methodology of Parameters in Fused Deposition Modeling Processes
Anandkumar.R, Dr. S. Ramesh Babu, Balaji.D
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Index: 10.183x/J6426163 aned
The Manufacturing technology is really moving towards unpredictable change over the century. Nowadays, product cycle life in the evolution stage itself is totally reduced to the minimum most level from years to months. This gives new product development strategies likely to be in sequential development that is each individual component production time to reduce from months to weeks. The research and development team focus only on automation to go in line with the fast phase growth. The current trend in the manufacturing industry is Additive Manufacturing (AM). It's been evolving in much high rate, the complex products are developed within the days and even this can be improved from one product to other product in the design phase itself instead of product testing phase. This paper focus only on Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), one of the simplest AM process. Enormous researches envisaged that it has potential growth in the near future. So all the parameters related FDM is being analyzed clearly to give detailed study with some optimization solutions for it.
Author Keywords:- Rapid Prototyping, Additive Manufacturing, FDM.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 03
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