Volume V Issue VI

Pedestrian Detection System with Speed Control

Shashikala R, Chaitra, Kavya, Krithika Pai, Chaitra – June 2018 Page No.: 01-04

Pedestrian are the most vulnerable users of the road. There are millions of vehicles on the road and the conditions such as inclement weather, poor lightning, traffic and other road hazards restrict the visibility of drivers which increases the risk to pedestrian. In addition, human error is known to be one of the leading causes of accidents. This paper focuses on detection of pedestrian using real time video stream. Video is captured using Raspberry Pi camera module. Along with this Haar cascade classifiers are used as a technique to detect pedestrian in the video captured. An additional security is provided using obstacle detection implemented using an Ultrasonic sensor and speed control using PWM technique based on the position of the obstacle detected.

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 Shashikala R
Electronics and Communication Department, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Udupi, Karnataka, India

 Chaitra
Electronics and Communication Department, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Udupi, Karnataka, India

 Kavya
Electronics and Communication Department, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Udupi, Karnataka, India

 Krithika Pai
Electronics and Communication Department, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Udupi, Karnataka, India

 Chaitra
Electronics and Communication Department, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Udupi, Karnataka, India

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[4]. Sangeetha Rajeev, Aswin M, Tanya Koottungal, “PWM Based Automobile Braking System”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol. 4 Issue 04, April -20178-1-5090-5686-6/17©2017 IEEE.
[5]. Gopal P. Gawande, Shruti V. Gavhale , Irshad A. Zariye, SagarP.Ritpurkar, “Review of Speed Control andAutomatic Braking System”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IRJET), Vol. 3, Issue 2, February 2014.

Shashikala R, Chaitra, Kavya, Krithika Pai, Chaitra “Pedestrian Detection System with Speed Control” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.01-04 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/01-04.pdf

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Experimental Investigation of Updraft Gasifier Using Solid Waste as Feedstock
Sivakumar P, Mahendran S, Manikandan V, Kalaichelvan A, Muralidharan G – June 2018 – Page No.: 05-10

Even though the presence of waste to energy industry in past decade most of the solid wastes do end up in landfills. For every tonne of waste land filled, greenhouse gas emissions in the form of carbon dioxide increase by at least 1.3 tonnes. Gasification is a promising technology which would help deal with the landfill problems and would rather convert the municipal solid waste (MSW) into an energy source.
Gasification is a process in which a solid carbonaceous fuel is transformed into combustible gas consisting of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane. This process is achieved by reacting the fuel at high temperatures, without combustion, with controlled amount of oxygen or steam. This gas is known as producer gas which acts much efficient than the direct combustion of the fuel. In this study an updraft gasifier is fabricated and is used to carry out the experiment. The solid non-recyclable wastes like china cardboards, clothes, wet newspapers, etc, are used for the generation of the producer gas. A gas analyzer is used to measure H2, CH4, and CO concentrations of the product gas. The study investigates the aspect of municipal solid waste as potential energy source in gasification technology.

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 Sivakumar P
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

 Mahendran S
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

 Manikandan V
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

 Kalaichelvan A
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

 Muralidharan G
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)

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Sivakumar P, Mahendran S, Manikandan V, Kalaichelvan A, Muralidharan G “Experimental Investigation of Updraft Gasifier Using Solid Waste as Feedstock” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.05-10 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/05-10.pdf

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Effect of Low Level Laser Therapy and Eccentric Exercises on Chronic Achilles Tendinopathy for Recreational Badminton Players
N.Ashok, Asokan Sara Ashmina – June 2018 – Page No.: 11-13

Background: There are many treatments given for Achilles Tendinopathy which includes Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Massage, Ultra sound, and iontophoresis. However, studies involving Eccentric exercise training along with Low Level Laser Therapy for management of Achilles Tendinopathy are limited to this date.
Objective: To Evaluate The Effectiveness Of Low Level Laser Therapy and Eccentric Exercises In Unilateral Achilles Tendinopathy.
Methodology: The study design was quasi-experimental and study type was pre and post-test. 20 subjects were selected according to inclusion and exclusion criteria and written consent form was obtained within the age group of 17-30 years of both male and female were taken and10 subjects in the Group A received laser therapy with eccentric exercises and 10 subjects in Group B received placebo effect of laser therapy with eccentric exercise.
Result: There is a statistical increase in the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and Ankle Range of motion.
Conclusion: This study concludes that Low level laser therapy with eccentric exercise has significant result in the reduction of pain and improvement in functional activity among patients with Achilles Tendinopathy.

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 N.Ashok
Clinical Therapist, SRM College of Physiotherapy, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India

 Asokan Sara Ashmina
SRM College of Physiotherapy, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Kanchipuram,Tamil Nadu, India

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N.Ashok, Asokan Sara Ashmina “Effect of Low Level Laser Therapy and Eccentric Exercises on Chronic Achilles Tendinopathy for Recreational Badminton Players ” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp. 11-13 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/11-13.pdf

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CFD Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Pipe Partially Filled with Porous Media

Siva Murali Mohan Reddy.A, Venkatesh M. Kulkarni – June 2018 Page No.: 14-21

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a numerical technique which solves the governing equations of fluid flow ,heat transfer and other associated equations ,iteratively on discretized complex geometries. The quality of the solutions obtained from these simulations are largely within the acceptable range proving that CFD is an effective tool for predicting the behavior and performance of a wide variety of heat and fluid flow problems. In the present work a finite volume analysis using Ansys fluent for steady flow in a pipe partially filled with a porous media of diameter 49.6 mm placed at the core of the pipe in the first case and in the second case by inserting the porous medium of corresponding diameter, 69 mm at the annulus of the pipe for porosity value of 0.56 is carried out. The results are obtained for study state. Identical dimensions and boundary conditions .for pipe flow used in experimental work [1] are considered in geometric modeling. and in numerical analysis..The experimental results are used to verify and validate the numerical model The simulation results are within good agreement with the experimental studies ranging from 2% to 10% , numerical simulation work has been extended to the porosity values of 0.2,0.6 and 0.8 to know the the pressure drop and temperature distribution along the length of the pipe.

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 Siva Murali Mohan Reddy.A
Research Scholar, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU-RRC) , Belagavi, Karnataka, India.

 Venkatesh M. Kulkarni
Professor, Dept. of Thermal Power Engineering VTU Centre for Postgraduate Studies, Kalaburagi Karnataka, India.

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Siva Murali Mohan Reddy.A, Venkatesh M. Kulkarni “CFD Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Pipe Partially Filled with Porous Media” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.14-21 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/14-21.pdf

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Flexural Strength Behavior of Ceramic Coarse Aggregate Added Bamboo Reinforced Beam
Ansu P Thomas, Deepa Davis – June 2018 – Page No.: 22-27

The bamboo is generally a giant grass plant having the strength and durability properties comparable with timber and steel. The weight-strength ratio of the bamboo is more than that of timber and steel. Large amount of ceramic wastes are producing from the ceramic industries every year. The ceramic wastes are known to be non bio degradable materials which cause much pollution problems in the environment. These materials can be reused for different purposes including construction will make a way for innovations in sustainable construction development. Here in the project ceramic waste coarse aggregate are partially replaced in percentage for coarse aggregate with bamboo as reinforcement. The optimum replacement value of the ceramic aggregates was obtained from compression tests on ceramic added concrete cubes and flexural strength of optimum % ceramic aggregate added bamboo reinforced beam was found out. Analysis and comparison of the optimum % ceramic aggregate added bamboo reinforced beam was then done with normally reinforced concrete beam.

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 Ansu P Thomas
Department of Civil Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirappally, India

 Deepa Davis
Department of Civil Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirappally, India

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Ansu P Thomas, Deepa Davis “Flexural Strength Behavior of Ceramic Coarse Aggregate Added Bamboo Reinforced Beam” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.22-27 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/22-27.pdf

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Protection System for Three Phase Induction Motor Using Fuzzy Logic Controller
Mayur Deokar, J.O. Chandle – June 2018 – Page No.: 28-31

This paper explores the various protections for Induction Motor using Fuzzy Logic controller. Induction motor is the most widely used motor in the industry due to its simple and rugged construction. It requires least maintenance as compare to the other electrical motors Mainly the induction motor needs protection from the variation of the input supply. For the proposed protections three inputs are applied to the Fuzzy Logic Controller to attain the objective. The inputs provided to the FIS editor are Current, voltage and Time. Current sensor is employed to sense a single phasing, any undesirable increase in current and time is calculated when this overcurrent appears and voltage sensors are provided to the controller for voltage protections. main objective is to limit the current and turn the motor OFF whenever necessary during undesirable changes in voltage and current. For an unsustainable high current for a longer time or during single phasing or during under/over voltage condition the motor is turned OFF.

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 Mayur Deokar
Student M. Tech Electrical Power System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 J.O. Chandle
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

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Mayur Deokar, J.O. Chandle “Protection System for Three Phase Induction Motor Using Fuzzy Logic Controller ” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp. 28-31 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/28-31.pdf

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AHP and Sensitivity Analysis to Study Cost-Dependency of Decision Variables in Facilities Layout Selection

Dr. G. Shashikumar and Prof. Bijan Sarkar – June 2018 Page No.: 32-37

Selection of a proper Facilities Layout (FL) to accommodate a particular type of manufacturing environment is a Herculean task. Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) approaches provide comprehensive solutions to FL selection problems, so that an efficient and cost effective FL can be selected from amongst many. These tools also provide a mechanism that can handle complementary, conflicting and even contradictory factors. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is one such tool. Here, Decisions Matrix and Pair wise Comparison (PWCP) matrices are formed on the basis of objective and subjective evaluation of a given scenario and corresponding Priority Vector (PV) values are calculated. These PV values are calculated through iterative process and are accepted if the concerned matrices yield Consistency Ratios (CR) below a specific limit. Then Composite Priority (CP) values are found out and used as Subjective Factor Measure (SFM)s in determining Facility Layout Measure (FLM)s. The algorithm is coded in ‘C’ language. The program is general and can be used to handle varieties of ‘selection from amongst many’ kind of problems. In the next step, a Sensitivity Analysis is taken up, to estimate the model’s performance when subjected to minor changes where CP values are used as SFMs in determining FLMs.

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 Dr. G. Shashikumar
Department of IEM, B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

 Prof. Bijan Sarkar
Department of Production Engg., Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India

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Dr. G. Shashikumar and Prof. Bijan Sarkar “AHP and Sensitivity Analysis to Study Cost-Dependency of Decision Variables in Facilities Layout Selection” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.32-37 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/32-37.pdf

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The Relationship between the Attachment Behaviours of Children in Some Nigerian Institutionalized Homes (Orphanages) and their Emotional and Social Development

Augustina I. Anakwe, Johsua R. Yilhikka, Ojo M. Kayode – June 2018 Page No.: 38-42

The study examined the relationship between the attachment behaviours of children in institutionalized home (orphanages) and their emotional and social development. In some orphanages in Nigeria. A cross cultural survey design was adopted in the study, using accidental sampling method three instruments were used for data collected. A total of 25 children from orphanages were used. The hypotheses were tested using t-test. The results revealed that there are significant relationship between children from institutionalized homes attachment behavior and their emotional and social development. Based on the findings of the study the researcher recommended the adoption of children into faster care families among other things.

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 Augustina I. Anakwe
Faculty of Educaion, University of Jos, Nigeria

 Johsua R. Yilhikka
Faculty of Educaion, University of Jos, Nigeria

 Ojo M. Kayode
Department of Special Education, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria.

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Augustina I. Anakwe, Johsua R. Yilhikka, Ojo M. Kayode “The Relationship between the Attachment Behaviours of Children in Some Nigerian Institutionalized Homes (Orphanages) and their Emotional and Social Development” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.38-42 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/38-42.pdf

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Analyzing and Overcoming Challenges in Big Data Security
Pramila Joshi – June 2018 – Page No.: 43-46

This is the era of Big Data. Everywhere in almost all the organizations huge volumes of data is being gathered and processed to generate information. As the amount of data is growing so is the need to keep it secure. Any ignorance in this part may result in damaging the reputation of the organization and incurring a huge financial loss. It can bring down a company to its worse state. We will discuss various big data security challenges in this paper. We will also see how we can provide more security to big data and also discuss the future course of action as far as data security is concerned.

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 Pramila Joshi
Computer Science Department, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Ext Centre Noida, India

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Pramila Joshi “Analyzing and Overcoming Challenges in Big Data Security” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.43-46 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/43-46.pdf

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An RFID Based Arduino Controlled Coffee/Tea Vending Machine
Pralay Majumdar, Pritam Ghosh, Praloy Roy, Subham Mondal – June 2018 – Page No.: 47-52

Most of the people drink coffee/tea which is made by ordinary coffee maker machine. So use of coffee maker machine by interfacing hardware and software will be an initial step to enter the new automated technological world. In ordinary coffee maker machine any one can get coffee by manual hand to hand transaction, but in An RFID Based Arduino Controlled Machine, only a registered member can get coffee/tea automatically. In this process a person registers humself/herself in a database by depositing some amount of cash balance and he/she is being given a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) card. When people wish to enjoy drink, they just have to scan their RFID tag/card to get it without the help of any human operator. The balance will be automatically deducted from their a/c.

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 Pralay Majumdar
Birbhum Institute of Engineering & Technology, Suri, Birbhum
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India

 Pritam Ghosh
Birbhum Institute of Engineering & Technology, Suri, Birbhum
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India

 Praloy Roy
Birbhum Institute of Engineering & Technology, Suri, Birbhum
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India

 Subham Mondal
Birbhum Institute of Engineering & Technology, Suri, Birbhum
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India

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Pralay Majumdar, Pritam Ghosh, Praloy Roy, Subham Mondal “An RFID Based Arduino Controlled Coffee/Tea Vending Machine” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp. 47-52 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/47-52.pdf

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Plastic Extruder Machine

Lect. Bhavesh Variya, Mistry Bhavik, Panchal Harshil, Patel Jenish, Gajjar Hardik – June 2018 Page No.: 53-54

Plastic extrusion process is a well-known technique widely used in the polymerization industry. In order to produce a good quality of plastic product, the temperature in each zone must be appropriately set and precisely controlled. The temperature of the plastic extrusion system has a wide range of variation subject to various disturbances. The system is generally nonlinear and so, controlling the temperature is a tedious process, as it has multiple stages and the system is coupled with each other. Plastic extrusion barrel temperature has slow response. During the transition, from the ideal state of the machine to the operation state, the temperature variation exists significantly in the temperature zones, which in turn, lead to unstable melting temperatures and inconsistent product quality.

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 Lect. Bhavesh Variya
Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering, Bhagwan Mahavir Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India

 Mistry Bhavik
Diploma Mechanical, Bhagwan Mahavir Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India

 Panchal Harshil
Diploma Mechanical, Bhagwan Mahavir Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India

 Patel Jenish
Diploma Mechanical, Bhagwan Mahavir Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India

 Gajjar Hardik
Diploma Mechanical, Bhagwan Mahavir Polytechnic, Surat, Gujarat, India

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Lect. Bhavesh Variya, Mistry Bhavik, Panchal Harshil, Patel Jenish, Gajjar Hardik “Plastic Extruder Machine” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.53-54 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/53-54.pdf

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Influence Des Types De Temps Sur La Sante Humaine Dans La Commune De Tanguieta (Nord-Ouest Du Benin)
ODOULAMI Léocadie, AZALOU TINGBE Fanès V. B., DANSOU Brice Saturnin, SAMBIENI Adam – June 2018 – Page No.: 55-61

Located in northwestern Benin in the Atacora department, the commune of Tanguiéta is confronted with the influence of the types of weather on the health of the populations of Tanguiéta commune. The objective of this research is to study the probable relationships between the types of time and the prevalence of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) in this municipality which represents the second cause of mortality. The methodological approach used in the collection, processing of data and analysis of results based on the PEIR model. Schwartz’s formula (2002) allowed the definition of sample size and the reasoned choice technique using a specimen. Thus, 174 households were interviewed in the five districts of the municipality. As a result, ARIs use their predilection in the dry season when the air is very dry and during the rainy season when the air is very humid. Prophylactic measures and those that prevent disruption of the production cycles of disease vectors affect economic factors and what can be done against their proliferation.

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 ODOULAMI Léocadie
Laboratoire Pierre PAGNEY, Climat, Eau, Ecosystème et Développement (LACEEDE), 01 BP 1534 Abomey-Calavi

 AZALOU TINGBE Fanès V. B.
Laboratoire Pierre PAGNEY, Climat, Eau, Ecosystème et Développement (LACEEDE), 01 BP 1534 Abomey-Calavi

 DANSOU Brice Saturnin
Laboratoire Pierre PAGNEY, Climat, Eau, Ecosystème et Développement (LACEEDE), 01 BP 1534 Abomey-Calavi

 SAMBIENI Adam
Département de Géographie et Aménagement du Territoire (FASHS/UAC)

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Static Deformation Analysis of Leaf Spring used in Heavy Load Vehicles

Naveen I, Praveen R, Nagendran N, Rahul, Thiyagu C – June 2018 Page No.: 62-64

This project deals with parabolic leaf spring simulation using nonlinear static, rigid and flexible dynamics combination. The model of the leaf spring is designed using CREO software, and the systematic analysis of the designed model is done using ANSYS software. The model selected is parabolic leaf spring. In this model 7 leaves are been used and material is used commonly for the leaf spring is steel (conventional material), here we have to modify the material like e glass epoxy and carbon fiber. The leaf spring is commonly used for the suspension in wheeled vehicles. The advantage of a leaf spring over other suspension system is that the end of the leaf spring can be guided along a definite path. The modeling of the leaf spring is done and using the analyzing software analyzing process is done. Here we are using nonlinear static, rigid and flexible dynamics combination analysis. At last the results are tabulated. The part modeling is done by using CREO and the assembly is also done by the same software. This will also help us to learn the 3D modeling software and the analyzing software.

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 Naveen I
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

 Praveen R
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

 Nagendran N
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

 Rahul
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

 Thiyagu C
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India

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Naveen I, Praveen R, Nagendran N, Rahul, Thiyagu C “Static Deformation Analysis of Leaf Spring used in Heavy Load Vehicles” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.62-64 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/62-64.pdf

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A Medicine Dispenser System for Elderly Patient
Ridhi Bardoloi – June 2018 – Page No.: 65-67

Now a day’s people forget many things in day to day life due to their busy schedule. The patients especially aged people forget to take prescribed medication at the required time. It is difficult for caregiver to monitor patients at every instant of time. In order to avoid these problems, a medicine monitoring and dispensary system is needed. The system benefits the patient as well as caretaker.
In this paper we introduce different technology of medication dispenser system which is currently used for improving this situation through paper reviewing.

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 Ridhi Bardoloi
ECE Department, GIMT, Guwahati, India

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Parametric Analysis of a Cross-Flow Liquid Desiccant Dehumidification System
Satwinder Singh, Vikas Gupta, Swarn Singh – June 2018 – Page No.: 68-72

An experimental analysis of a packed bed liquid desiccant dehumidifier has been conducted. Calcium chloride was used as desiccant in the experiment. PVC packing with density of 150m2/m3 used to facilitate the interaction of liquid desiccant with air. The performance of the dehumidifier was measured in terms of moisture evaporation rate, specific humidity, change in humidity ratio, air outlet temperature under different air and desiccant parameters i.e air flow rate, air inlet temperature, desiccant solution flow rate, desiccant solution inlet temperature

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 Satwinder Singh
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chandigarh Group of Colleges-College of Engineering, Landran (Punjab), India

 Vikas Gupta
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chandigarh Group of Colleges-College of Engineering, Landran (Punjab), India

 Swarn Singh
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chandigarh Group of Colleges-College of Engineering, Landran (Punjab), India

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Teaching Life-Skills through Literature
Jinka Jyotsna, T.Dwarakanath – June 2018 – Page No.: 73-75

Why should we teach life-skills to the students of twenty first century? If we observe the present scenario of the students at both the Post-Graduate and Undergraduate levels, they are good at securing grades and ranks. But they are unable to become employable. The recent statistics says that the only 15% of them are able to be employable. What about the remaining 85% of the students? Though they are good at their subject matter, they are not able for employability, to possess the required skills and qualities. If one wants to be employable, one should be skilled not only in one’s subjects, but also one should be skilled in Behavioural, Attitudinal, and Character related aspects too. Besides, one should be able to intelligently deal with time, money and men in decision making.
As English teachers we have a lot of scope to develop our students not only in communication skills but also in life-skills. As per the present context, in the present generation/in the young minds there is no seriousness and proper caring about their lives and even lagging behind in maintaining or balancing the relationships properly with their own family members, teachers, friends, and even with the neighbours. I think the teacher is the right person in moulding their minds to keep them in a right track. In this process to overcome the imbalances we can use literature as an aid or an instrument to teach life skills and make them employable and real citizens of the nation.

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 Jinka Jyotsna
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, VIT Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India

 T.Dwarakanath
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, SV University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Jinka Jyotsna, T.Dwarakanath “Teaching Life-Skills through Literature” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.73-75 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/73-75.pdf

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An Experimental Study on Behaviour of GGBS in Ferro-Cement Wall Panel
Roshan Mathew, Jerison Scariah James – June 2018 – Page No.: 76-90

The uses of prefabricated Ferrocement components increase engineering properties of the structure and reduce the cost of construction and completion time. Ferrocement is a versatile structural construction material possessing unique properties of strength and serviceability. It is made with closely-knit wire mesh steel reinforcing bars filled with rich cement mortar. Welded mesh may also be used in place of reinforcing bars. The materials required for making it such as cement, sand, wire mesh and mild steel reinforcing bars are easily available everywhere.Water permeability coefficient of the concrete mixed with ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS) was investigated.

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 Roshan Mathew
Department of Civil Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, A P J Abdul Kalam Technological University, India

 Jerison Scariah James
Department of Civil Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, A P J Abdul Kalam Technological University, India

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Construction of Magic Square of Any Order
Chaitra V, Madhura A – June 2018 – Page No.: 91-94

A magic square is a square matrix of numbers with the property that the sums along rows, columns, and main diagonals are all equal to S which is called the “magic sum”. A magic square with n number of cells on a side is a magic square of order n. Such a square has n rows, n columns and n2cells.

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 Chaitra V
Dept. of Mathematics, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

 Madhura A
Dept. of Telecommunication Engg., BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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Chaitra V, Madhura A “Construction of Magic Square of Any Order” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.91-94 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/91-94.pdf

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Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Activity of the Hydroalcoholic Extract of Cynodon Dactylon L. Pres.
Sneha Sahadeo Kirgat, Swati R. Dhande – June 2018 – Page No.: 95-98

The present work was aimed to study the anti-inflammatory activity of Cynodon dactylon L. Pres.; using hydroalchoholic extract of entire plant on rodent models. The experimental paradigm included pulmonary edema in mice and granuloma pouch technique in rats In pulmonary edema model; mice received hydroalcoholic extract of Cynodon dactylon L. Pres. (HECD) 600 mg/kg, p.o. Mice were challenged with intrapleural injection of 0.1 ml of 1 % suspension of carrageenan in saline, one hour after administration of drugs or vehicle, on the right side of the thorax. In Granuloma pouch technique rats received HECD 600 mg/kg, p.o. and after 24 hour were challenged with carrageenan (4 ml of 2% w/ v of carrageenan solution in saline, s.c.). Indomethacin (10 mg/kg) was used as reference standard. The effect of the HECD against pulmonary edema in mice; was found to be significantly (**P<0.01) effective as well as the effect of HECD on the increased protein infiltration induced by carrageenan was found to be significant (**P<0.01).

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 Sneha Sahadeo Kirgat
Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, C.B.D Belapur, Navi-Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Swati R. Dhande
Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, C.B.D Belapur, Navi-Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Sneha Sahadeo Kirgat, Swati R. Dhande “Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Activity of the Hydroalcoholic Extract of Cynodon Dactylon L. Pres.” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.95-98 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/95-98.pdf

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Raspberry Pi based Wireless Transmission of Text Data using Low Density Parity Check (LDPC)
Swaraj Patil, Dr. D.P Rathod – June 2018 – Page No.: 99-102

During transmission of data, errors are generally introduced which corrupts the actual information. Low Density Parity Check codes is an error correcting codes that are widely been used. In this paper, LDPC is used as error correcting codes with parity check matrix of size (8 x 16) having code rate 0.5.
Text data is been encoded with addition of noise and transmitted. The decoder used here is Sum Product Algorithm which decodes the message correctly by removing the error. The hardware used here is Raspberry Pi which has Wi-Fi module for transmission and reception. Encoder and Decoder GUI has been made to show transmission and reception of message.

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 Swaraj Patil
Student M. Tech Electronics, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Dr. D.P Rathod
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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An IoT Based Smart Healthcare System Using Raspberry Pi
Raghavendra K K, Sharanya P S, Shaila Patil – June 2018 – Page No.: 103-106

In the recent development Internet of Things (IoT) makes all objects interconnected and it has been recognized as the next technical revolution. Some of the applications of Internet of Things are smart parking, smart home, smart city, smart environment, industrial places, agriculture fields and health monitoring process. One such application is in healthcare to monitor the patient health status. The system is aimed to prevent delays in the arrival of patients medical information to the healthcare providers, particularly in accident and emergency situations, to stop manual data entering, and to increase beds capacity in hospitals, especially during public events where a large number of people are meeting in one place. The architecture for this system is based on medical sensors which measure patient’s physical parameters by using wireless sensor networks (WSNs). These sensors transfer data from patient’s bodies over the wireless network to the cloud environment. Thus Internet of Things in the medical field brings out the solution for effective patient monitoring at reduced cost and also reduces the trade-off between patient outcome and disease management. In this paper we discuss about, monitoring patient’s body temperature, heartbeat, blood pressure, ECG and body movement using Raspberry Pi board.

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 Raghavendra K K
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Vivekananda College of Engineering and Technology, Puttur, Karnataka, India

 Sharanya P S
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Vivekananda College of Engineering and Technology, Puttur, Karnataka, India

 Shaila Patil
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Vivekananda College of Engineering and Technology, Puttur, Karnataka, India

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Raghavendra K K, Sharanya P S, Shaila Patil “An IoT Based Smart Healthcare System Using Raspberry Pi” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.103-106 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/103-106.pdf

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Building Management System with Integrated Facilities Management Using Computer Vision
Anand S, Sabu K – June 2018 – Page No.: 107-110

Building management systems (BMS) for monitoring and managing various psychometric conditions inside a building have been in development for along time. The recent advancement in wireless technology and the advent of IoT have caused a sudden popularity of BMS among general population and software companies. Tech giants like Google, Samsung, Microsoft, Amazon and others have developed their own automated management and monitoring software. But most of these systems only manage environmental conditions and does not control other facilities.
In this paper a customised building management system with facilities management capacity is presented. The facility management is done by integrating computer vision technology with the BMS.

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 Anand S
Research Scholar, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, College of Engineering Trivandrum, Kerala, India

 Sabu K
Associate Professor, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, College of Engineering Trivandrum, Kerala, India

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A Study on Financial Performance of APSFC
R.V. Sankara Rao – June 2018 – Page No.: 111-114

State Financial Corporations were established in the states under the Central Act, viz., the State Financial Corporation Act 1951, with the basic objective of promoting and developing small scale industries in respective states with a special focus on spreading industrial culture in the rural and semi urban and backward areas of the state. These Corporations are owned by the respective state governments jointly with IDBI and they are functioning under the administrative control of the state governments.
In this paper an attempt is made to examine the financial performance of APSFC in terms of sanctions, disbursements year-wise, branch-wise, Recovery of principal and interest amounts and growth rates to analyse the APSFC performance in terms of these indicators over the period.

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 R.V. Sankara Rao
Research Scholar, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Statistical Modelling Immoderate Weather Event by Using R and SAS: A Case Study of Minneapolis/St Paul Region in Minnesota, USA

Mayooran Thevaraja and Deepak Sanjel – June 2018 Page No.: 115-134

Climate projections suggest the frequency and intensity of some environmental extremes will be affected in the future due to a changing climate. Ecosystems and the various sectors of human activity are sensitive to extreme weather events, such as heavy rains and floods, droughts and high and low temperatures, especially when they occur over prolonged periods. In 1985 Wigley studied about extreme events dangerously affected human society which is included among others agriculture, water resources, energy demand and mortality. In this paper, extreme elevated temperature events for nearly 117 years from the Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota State, and area are analyzed from the major international airport [St. Paul] and popular city in Minnesota. The main aim of this study is to find the best fitting distribution to the extreme daily temperature measured over the Minneapolis region for the years 1900-2016 by using the maximum likelihood approach. The study also predicts the extreme temperature for return periods and their confidence bands. In this paper, extreme temperature events are defined by two different methods based on (1) the annual maximums of the daily temperature, (2) the daily temperature exceeds some specific threshold value and (3) Bayesian Model using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC). The Generalized Extreme Value distribution and the Generalized Pareto distribution are fitted to data corresponding to the methods 1 and 2 to describe the extremes of temperature and to predict its future behavior. Finally, we find the evidence to suggest that the Frechet distribution provides the most appropriate model for the annual maximums of daily temperature after removing an outlier and the Generalized Pareto Distribution (GPD) gives the reasonable model for the daily temperature data over the threshold value of 96°F for the Minneapolis location. Further, we derive estimates of 2, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 150 and 200 years return levels and its corresponding confidence intervals for extreme temperature.

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 Mayooran Thevaraja
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA

 Deepak Sanjel
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA

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Smart City Application with Reference to City Stress

Ghousea Parveen, T M Kiran Kumar – June 2018 Page No.: 135-138

Smart City Application with reference to city stress is an Android Application. This application is used to capture the real time data of the user from anywhere and it is secured, user-friendly. This application is mainly built to report the issue that citizens are facing in their daily life.
The issues that would indirectly stress the civilians namely like Garbage, Violations (Illegal Posters), Potholes, Environment (Plastic Usage). This application helps citizens to report their issues to the higher authorities. Reported issues can be seen by the administrator and the higher authorities in the method of interactive data analysis dashboards. The main features of this application are Capturing Geo-Location Dynamically using Google Maps, Real Time Data Capture like (capturing current location of user, time and date) and User Anonymity.

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 Ghousea Parveen
Post Graduate Student, Department of Master of Computer Applications, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumakuru, Karnataka, India

 T M Kiran Kumar
Assistant Professor, Department of Master of Computer Applications, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumakuru, Karnataka, India

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Ghousea Parveen, T M Kiran Kumar “Smart City Application with Reference to City Stress” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.135-138 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/135-138.pdf

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A Study on Mechanical Properties of Recron Fibre Reinforced Concrete by Partial Replacement of Cement with Egg Shell Powder

S. Satish Kumar, B. Ganesh – June 2018 Page No.: 139-142

The main objective of this experimental study is to investigate the strength performance of Recron fibre reinforced concrete of M30 grade produced by replacing cement with Egg Shell Powder in various percentages like 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% both in OPC & PSC and also addition of Recron fibres in different percentages like 0.2%, 0.3%, 0.4% and 0.5%. The Optimum percentage of ESP in OPC & PSC can be determined and it can be used for determining Compressive and Split Tensile strength tests by adding different percentages of Recron fibers. The strength characteristics of Conventional OPC & Recron fiber reinforced concrete and the Conventional PSC & Recron fiber reinforced concrete are compared. And also the strength characteristics of Recron Fibre reinforced concrete of OPC are compared with Recron Fibre reinforced concrete of PSC at the age of 7 to 60 days. In this study, Cube and Cylinder specimens are prepared for Compressive and Split Tensile strength tests and they were tested at the age of 7, 28 and 60 days.

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 S. Satish Kumar
PG Student , Department of Civil Engineering, Lenora College of Engineering, East Godavary, Andhra Pradesh, India

 B. Ganesh
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Lenora College of Engineering, East Godavary, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Exemplar Based Image Inpainting Algorithm Using Structure Tensor
Saraswati, Dr. Prashant P.Patavardhan – June 2018 – Page No.: 143-148

Image inpainting is a technique to fill the missing area in the image, to recover the damaged area in the image and to remove unwanted area in the image in an undetectable way. After applying inpainting method to an image the output image should look like original image and The viewer should feel that the image is never altered before. In this paper the proposed algorithm is based on image structure tensor to tackle the problems of criminisi’s algorithm. Image gradients with image structure have been employed to help image structure detection. Performance analysis of the structure tensor is shown in result section comparing with crimnisi’s algorithm by using PSNR and SSIM and also the runtime of the both algorithms.

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 Saraswati
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, India

 Dr. Prashant P.Patavardhan
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, India

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Fuzzy Logic Based Fault Diagnosis of Induction Motor Using MATLAB
Mahadev Kokare, J.O.Chandle, Rahul Kavathe, Mayur Deokar – June 2018 – Page No.: 149-152

This paper represents a fault diagnosis method based on fuzzy inference system. The study of induction motors is becoming increasingly paramount. The main trouble in this task is the lack of a precise analytical model to describe a faulty motor. A fuzzy logic approach may avail to diagnose induction motor faults. Due to the perpetual running nature of induction motor more advanced techniques are required to opportunely quantify their impact. This paper proposes the utilization of fuzzy logic to analyze, compare & diagnose health condition of induction motor under sundry faults.

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 Mahadev Kokare
Student M. Tech Electrical Control System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 J.O.Chandle
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 Rahul Kavathe
Student M. Tech Electrical Control System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 Mayur Deokar
Student M. Tech Electrical Power System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

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ANFIS Based Speed Control of BLDC Motor with Bidirectional DC-DC Converter

Rahul Kavathe, Jayalaxmi O. Chandle, Nikhil Patil, Mahadev Kokare – June 2018 Page No.: 153-158

In this paper we have designed Adaptive Neuro fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) controller for the speed control of bidirectional brushless DC motor (BLDC).The fuzzy models under the framework of adaptive networks are called Adaptive-Neuro Fuzzy Inference System. The ANFIS controller is used in three phase BLDC Motor drive system to control the four quadrants operations without loss of power. In this process energy is conserved during the regenerative period and storage of excess energy in battery takes place during regenerative braking. The bidirectional DC-DC converter is used for the battery charging and discharging purpose. The bidirectional dc-dc converter can be operated in buck-boost mode. The stored energy in the battery provides power to the BLDC motor in motoring mode, while during regenerative braking mode the energy is fed back to the source by the same bidirectional buck-boost converter. The simulation will be done for Brushless DC motor with ANFIS controller using MATLAB/Simulink software the effectiveness of the proposed ANFIS controller is compared with that of thefuzzy controller.

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 Rahul Kavathe
Student M.Tech Electrical Control System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 Jayalaxmi O. Chandle
Professor Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 Nikhil Patil
Student M.Tech Electrical Control System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

 Mahadev Kokare
Student M.Tech Electrical Control System, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, India

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Rahul Kavathe, Jayalaxmi O. Chandle, Nikhil Patil, Mahadev Kokare “ANFIS Based Speed Control of BLDC Motor with Bidirectional DC-DC Converter” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp.153-158 June 2018  URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/153-158.pdf

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Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process in Decision Making in Sri Lankan Context with Special Reference to Site Selection for Dedicated Economic Centre of the Northern Province
S. Mathivathany – June 2018 – Page No.: 159-167

Historically, Northern Province has been a vibrant economic hub, with an educated population and an entrepreneurial workforce. But the people have faced numerous hardships over the years. Many have left due to the conflict, and there is a sizeable group living in vulnerable condition. Conflict has severely curbed economic activity too, with production falling sharply in all crops and manufacturing output also dropping. There are no signs of recovery and the take-off in GDP of the Northern Province. Many credits this to the strong tripartite efforts by government, chambers of commerce and private businesses. The setting up of Dedicated Economic Centers (DECs) was started in 1998 in Sri Lanka, as means of implementing marketing development strategy to provide marketing facilities for producers in the rural areas. Recently, the DEC for Northern Province is a problematic aspect for suitable site selection for the construction activity. Developmental Officers, Public and Politicians are discussing this in different ways but no one did do any proper research and analysis for the suitable site selection. However, the constructions activities have started at Mathakuvaithakulam in Vavuniya District but people are opposing against for this site selection for the construction. Therefore, the researcher applied the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) analysis method for the appropriate site selection for the DEC for Northern Province. The main objective of this study is to identify the suitable site for the DEC for Northern Province using AHP technique by reporting criteria to indicate important aspects with multi-criteria decision analysis method. According to ultimate synthesis results, the Maankulam was selected as a most appropriate site with the 0,235 performance score compared with other three areas. This model and priority area could be used for the decision making among a larger outline of the problems. Development officers and decision makers should be considered this type of analysis and result for the site selection and implementation of the projects.

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 S. Mathivathany
Lecturer in Project Management, Department of Economics and Management, Faculty of Business Studies,Vavuniya Campus of the University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka

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Different Inventory Management Model
Laveena Vaz & Dr. Akshay Damani – June 2018 – Page No.: 168-173

I. INVENTORY

Inventory is the most important asset of the organization. It consists of more than 50% of the total working capital. Inventory consists of raw materials, work-in-process and completely finished goods which are company’s current asset that are ready or will be ready for sale. Inventory is one of the most important assets as it is the main source of revenue generation.
In other words it is the value of the goods & raw materials held by a firm to support the production process or for service activities like repair or maintenance or for sale to the ultimate consumer.

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 Laveena Vaz
Russell Square International College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Dr. Akshay Damani
Russell Square International College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Study and Empirical Modeling Relating Welding Parameters and Mechanical Properties of Metal Inert Gas Welded SS304 and C28 Plate
Rakesh Baranwal, Om Prakash Tiwari, Sandeep Kumar Gupta, Vivek Naraian – June 2018 – Page No.: 174-177

The present work deals with optimization of welding process variables by using regression analysis. Stainless Steel AISI SS304 was welded to AISI C-28 carbon steel using a metal inert gas welding which also known as gas metal arc welding with the help of filler wire of stainless steel. The effect of welding current, welding speed and gas flow rate has been evaluated on the Tensile Strength, of the butt weld bead deposited. These responses have been analyzed using the analysis of variance (ANOVA) and empirical modeling. Plots of significant factors and empirical modeling have been used to determine the best fit relationship between the responses and the model parameters using MINITAB 15. This has been used to determine which is the most influencing factor or parameter. The weld tensile strength has been found to increase with decrease of welding current and gas flow rate.

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 Rakesh Baranwal
Department of Mechanical Engineering, GIMT, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

 Om Prakash Tiwari
Department of Mechanical Engineering, GIMT, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

 Sandeep Kumar Gupta
Department of Mechanical Engineering, BBDEC, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

 Vivek Naraian
Department of Mechanical Engineering, BBDNITM, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

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Rakesh Baranwal, Om Prakash Tiwari, Sandeep Kumar Gupta, Vivek Naraian “Study and Empirical Modeling Relating Welding Parameters and Mechanical Properties of Metal Inert Gas Welded SS304 and C28 Plate” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.5 issue 6, pp. 174-177 June 2018 URL: http://www.rsisinternational.org/journals/ijrsi/digital-library/volume-5-issue-6/174-177.pdf

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Design and Performance Analysis of a Three Way Catalytic Converter
Nitin Rathod, Rohan Panage, Prof. W. S. Rathod – June 2018 – Page No.: 178-183

The world is being aware of the pernicious effects of the unwanted and unavoidable parameter like exhaust emission from automobiles and the need to control them. Presently, Three-Way Catalytic Converter (TWC) is an important after treatment device to reduce damaging engine exhaust emissions. Platinum group metals well known as non-noble metals have shown greater pollution-control capability, but due to cost considerations, these metals are used in lesser quantities. This dissertation focuses on controlling the automobile emissions using the combination of nano-particles of non-noble metal i.e. Ruthenium Catalyst to better level. In recent years, use of nano technology in the field of energy, environment, medical and information technologies has been rapidly increased due to the interesting physical and chemical properties of the nano materials arising from the quantum size effect which is remarkably different from those in bulk samples. Numbers of experimentations have been made by many researchers using NPs of various catalyst materials and analyzed for their effect on the TWC and the results have reported remarkable enhancement in the performance of TWC. So it becomes important to review the various methods of NPs preparations synthesis and their effect on the properties of the materials and characterization of the NPs for evaluation of various properties of the same. The TWC model is developed for Tata Indica Four Stroke Four Cylinder Diesel Engine of 1405 cc capacity. Space velocity was found an important consideration while designing TWC. The use of non-noble metal catalysts for the developed model of TWC has shown 12.66 to 63.67 % control over CO emissions, 3.66 to 56.58 % over HC emissions and 12.35 to 29.64%over NO emissions.

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 Nitin Rathod
PG Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai – 400 019, Maharashtra, India

 Rohan Panage
PG Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai – 400 019, Maharashtra, India

 Prof. W. S. Rathod
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai – 400 019, Maharashtra, India

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Enhancement in Integrated Design of Adaptive Cruise Control System and Role of PID
Abhijit Pandhare, Akash Mahalle, Suraj Nawale, Prof. R.N. Awale – June 2018 – Page No.: 184-186

A system that supports a driver in traffic situations and reduces the total driver workload is a growing research topic. Several of these support systems aim toward full or partial automatic driver assistance, such as those for longitudinal control that are often called Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) systems. Adaptive cruise control distinguishes itself from cruise control in its use of sensors that measure the headway distance and a controller which adjusts the velocity and distance to the vehicle in front. Adaptive cruise control requires appropriate sensor technology, actuators and control devices and its system design requires data acquisition, control system design and validation procedures. The motivation for these systems is that they aim at increasing the driving comfort, reducing traffic accidents and increasing the traffic flow throughput. The ACC systems autonomously adjust the vehicle’s speed according to current driving conditions. In order to accomplish driver comfort the system must resemble driver behaviour in traffic. Simulation results prove the utility of the system.

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 Abhijit Pandhare
PG Scholar, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Akash Mahalle
PG Scholar, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Suraj Nawale
PG Scholar, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

 Prof. R.N. Awale
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, VJTI, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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A Study on Asset and Liability Management of Star PVC Pipes and Fittings P Ltd
Dr. Salini B Nair, Rehana Cross K – June 2018 – Page No.: 187-193

Asset and Liability Management is used to balance the assets and liabilities of the organization. Asset and liability management is an ongoing process of formulating, implementing, monitoring and revising strategies related to assets and liabilities with an attempt to achieve financial objectives for a given set of risk tolerances and constraints. The company tries to keep proper balance between the assets and liabilities and increasing the growth and profitability. This study is conducted to analyze the asset and liability management with regarding the following variables such as profitability and liquidity position of STAR PVC pipes and fittings. Here the company wants to know whether these assets and liabilities are managed efficiently or not.

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 Dr. Salini B Nair
Associate Professor, Dept of Management Studies, Institute of Management & Technology, Pottore, Kerala,

 Rehana Cross K
Management Student, Institute of Management & Technology, Pottore, Kerala, India

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Great Power Politics: A Sino-American Relations in the 21st Century
ABA, Kenneth Pius – June 2018 – Page No.: 194-204

China’s rise, its form, and implications have been a topical issue among international relations experts long before Xi Jinping assumed office as the General-Secretary of the Communist Party of China and President of the People’s Republic of China (the world’s most populous nation). Nevertheless, since 2012 (when President Xi took over the mantle of leadership of the country), questions of whether or not China is a threat to the existing international order, a revisionist state or a regional hegemon, have increased. Compared to his predecessors, Xi is said to be a more assertive and an ambitious leader. He presides over an economically viable and militarily powerful nation. The fact that China’s influence is increasing in global and regional affairs having survived the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997, sends shivers down the spine of its neighbors as they seem oblivious to her motives. In a unipolar political system largely controlled by the USA (the hegemon), China’s rapid economic growth and growing influence around the world especially in East Asia seems to be worrisome because like the Power Transition theory states that a new power is likely to question the legitimacy of the hegemon. However, China has maintained that its rise will be peaceful because it is neither a revisionist to an expansionist power. Since after the cold-war, relations between the two great powers have taken different turns. The two countries have had moments of confrontation, cooperation and competition in the 21st century. This article seeks to examine events like the South China Sea Disputes, Taiwan Issue, the Korean peninsula and Southeast Asia has shaped and will shape Sino-American relations now and in the future.

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 ABA, Kenneth Pius
Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China

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