Volume 6 Issue 1: 2018

1. A Novel Simulation Based Approach for Analyzing the Various TCP Based Variants in Wireless Networks

Authors: Rashid Husain, Salihu Umar Suru, Saifullahi Mohammad

Affiliation:

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Sule Lamido University, Nigeria

Department of Computer Science, Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, Aliero, Kebbi State, Nigeria

Department of Mathematical Science and IT Federal University, Dutsin-Ma’Katsina

Copy for Cite this Article: Rashid Husain, Salihu Umar Suru, Saifullahi Mohammad, “A Novel Simulation Based Approach for Analyzing the Various TCP Based Variants in Wireless Networks”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 1: 2018, pp. 111- 117.

Abstract:

This paper uses simulations to explore the benefits of different TCP variants. This model is an attempt at cross-comparing the different flavors of TCP under different network conditions. In this simulation we try to characterize different modes of the network by forcing different number of packets drops at an intermediate router, and under such conditions we attempt to study the performance of the TCP variants, namely Tahoe, Reno, Veno, Sack. The noteworthy aspects of the simulation would be how these variants would perform relative to each other under no congestion or low congestion conditions as well as how these performances would be increasing congestion. Simulation also takes into consideration the loss of packets due to quality of the wireless links.

Keywords: TCP Variant, Congestion Control, Modeling and Simulation etc.

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2. Structural Investigation of Biosorption of Thymol Blue from Industrial Wastewater Using Activated Biocarbon from Cynodon Dactylon Plant

Authors: Dr. Neeraj Kumar

Affiliation:

Assistant professor (Chemistry), Shivalik college of Engineering, Dehradun, Email: vatsneeraj78@gmail.com

Copy for Cite this Article: Dr. Neeraj Kumar, “Structural Investigation of Biosorption of Thymol Blue from Industrial Wastewater Using Activated Biocarbon from Cynodon Dactylon Plant”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 1: 2018, pp. 118- 121.

Abstract:

The chemical characteristics of wastewater include: dissolved oxygen, pH, oxygen demand, toxic material, and nutrients. The spent water from residences and institutions, carrying body wastes, ablution water, food preparation wastes, laundry wastes, and other waste products of normal living. Non-biodegradable organic compounds (COD). Toxicity, Industrial waste consists of both organic and inorganic substances. Organic wastes include pesticide residues, solvents and cleaning fluids, dissolved residue from fruit and vegetables, and lignin from pulp and paper to name a few. Effluents can also contain  inorganic wastes such as brine salts and metals.

Keywords: investigation: Biosorption, Optimisation, wastewater, Toxicity, solvents and cleaning fluids , sewage, hydrophilic, dihydrogen.

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3. A Geographical Study of Tiger Projects in India

Authors: Ashish Sharma

Affiliation:

Research Scholar, Dept. Of Geography, Babau Shobharam arts college, Alwar, Rajasthan. (University Of Rajasthan), Email-ashishsharma2424@rediffmail.com

Copy for Cite this Article: Ashish Sharma, A Geographical Study of Tiger Projects in India”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 1: 2018, pp. 122- 126.

Abstract:

Tiger is the National Animal Of India. It is on the border of extinction since the era of later 19th century.It is considered as on of the most Endangered Species found in the world. Its zoological name is Panthera tigris.

Project Tiger is a tiger conservation programme launched in 1973 by the Government of India during Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s tenure. The project aims at ensuring a viable population of Bengal tigersin their natural habitats and also to protect them from extinction, and preserving areas of biological importance as a natural heritage forever represented as close as possible the diversity of ecosystems across the tiger’s distribution in the country. The project’s task force visualized these tiger reserves as breeding nuclei, from which surplus animals would migrate to adjacent forests. The Funds and commitment were mastered to support the intensive program of habitat protection and rehabilitation under the project. There are total 39 wildlife reserviours for tigers in India.

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Volume 6 Issue 2: 2018

1. Mobile Beacon Assisted Sensor Localization with Zig-Zag and Diagonal Path Planning Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)

Authors: Ankita Yadav, Mithilesh Kumar, Santosh Mishra

Affiliation:

Scholar, CSE Department, Faculty of Engineering, VNS Group of Institutions, Bhopal (M.P.), India, Email: ankita.my11@gmail.com

A. P., CSE Department, Faculty of Engineering, VNS Group of Institutions, Bhopal (M.P.), India, Email: santosh.bhopal09@gmail.com

A. P., CSE Department, Faculty of Engineering, VNS Group of Institutions, Bhopal (M.P.), India

Copy for Cite this Article: Ankita Yadav, Mithilesh Kumar, Santosh Mishra, Mobile Beacon Assisted Sensor Localization with Zig-Zag and Diagonal Path Planning Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 2: 2018, pp. 131- 138.

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Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is deployed to monitor region’s (observant field’s) parameter.  To insure the location/position of sensor node in the observant area is called Localization. Earlier many localization mechanisms had been proposed; localization with Grid Scan algorithm does not exhibit much accuracy and takes more time to localized nodes. In our paper we proposed a mechanism to cover whole region by Zig – Zag path from diagonal and from the centre of the observant field. Our proposed mechanism also covers the observant field in less time and hence energy utilization increases. The algorithm also shows better node localization and reduces Average RMS error. Further it is being observed that on varying the different value of sensor and beacons, the proposed mechanism increases performance.

Keywords – Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Localization, Beacon, Observant field, path, Grid Scan.

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2. Influence of Damping Coefficient and Rotatory Inertia on the Dynamic Response to Moving Load of Non-Uniform Rayleigh Beam

Authors: Jimoh, A.,  Ajoge, E. O

Affiliation:

1Department of Mathematical Sciences, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria, Email: jimad2007@gmail.com

2Centre for Energy Research and Development, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, Email: emmanuelajoge@yahoo.com

Copy for Cite this Article: Jimoh, A., Ajoge, E. O, Influence of Damping Coefficient and Rotatory Inertia on the Dynamic Response to Moving Load of Non-Uniform Rayleigh Beam”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 2: 2018, pp. 139- 149.

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The influence of damping co-efficient and rotatory inertia correction factor on the dynamic response to constant magnitude moving load of non-uniform Rayleigh beam is investigated in this paper. The solution technique is based on the Galerkin method, Laplace transformation and convolution theorem. The deflection profile of the non-uniform beam is calculated for several values of the damping co-efficient and rotatory inertia correcting factor and shown graphically. It is found that, as the damping co-efficient increases with fixed value of the rotatory inertia correction factor, the displacement response amplitudes of the beam model decreases. Also, increase in the values of the rotatory inertia correction factor decreases the response amplitude of the beam subjected to constant magnitude moving load. Increases in the values of the other structural parameters such as foundation modulus, shear modulus and axial force lead to decrease in the deflection profile of the beam.

Keywords: Non-uniform beam, damping co-efficient, shear modulus, foundation modulus, axial force, rotatory inertia correction factor.

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3. A Steganography Model Based On Region Based Key Insertion and Huffman Coding

Authors: K. Polaraju, K. Hemamaline

Affiliation:

1Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Swarnandhra College of Engineering and Technology, Seetarampuram, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA

2Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Swarnandhra College of Engineering and Technology, Seetarampuram, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA

Copy for Cite this Article: K. Polaraju, K. Hemamaline, A Steganography Model Based On Region Based Key Insertion and Huffman Coding”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 2: 2018, pp. 150- 153.

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Image steganography is one of the information security methods to hide the secret information within the images. Steganography is a better data security method than cryptography and visible watermarking because, hidden information is unnoticeable. In this paper, we propose a steganography model in which Huffman coded secrete image is embedded in the spatial domain of cover image. Embedded bits are modified with key before embedding and key is inserted in specific image region resulting enhanced security.   This model provides high data embedding capacity with security.

Index Terms – Data security, Data embedding, Huffman coding, steganography.

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4. Compensation of Neutral Current Using Unit Vector Template Method Based Control Algorithm for DSTATCOM to Power Quality Improvement

Authors: Amit Kumar Pandey, Suchi Shah, R. P. Kumawat

Affiliation:

1Mandsaur Institute of Technology, Mandsaur, M. P., Email: amitjec.ee@gmail.com

2Assistant Professor, MIT Mandsaur, Department of electrical and Electronics, Email: Shuchi.shah@meu.edu.in

3H.O.D ,MIT Mandsaur, Department of electrical and Electronics, Email: hodelectrical@meu.edu.in

Copy for Cite this Article: Amit Kumar Pandey, Suchi Shah, R. P. Kumawat, Compensation of Neutral Current Using Unit Vector Template Method Based Control Algorithm for DSTATCOM to Power Quality Improvement”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume 6 Issue 2: 2018, pp. 154- 159.

Abstract:

The performance of source is affected by load like Non-linear, linear power system equipment the load neutral current affects the same work performance of the sources and power system equipment. Hence, we need to correct source affected by the different type of load and the consideration of this current will help in increasing the performance of power system equipment. This paper explain the design and implementation of distribution static compensator (DSTATCOM) with the star-delta transformer for compensation of load neutral current in the presence of three-phase unbalanced nonlinear load. The unit vector template method based control algorithm has been implemented for the control of the proposed DSTATCOM. The proposed test model has been simulated in SIMULINK/MATLAB environment. The simulations results show the effectiveness of proposed algorithm.

Keywords— Distribution static compensator, power quality, neutral current compensation, star-delta transformer, unit vector template method.

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5. Smart Traffic System for Fast Movement of Emergency Vehicle

Authors: 1Rahul Pundir, 1Vikash Kumar, 1Sunil Parkash, 2Deepak Kumar

Affiliation: 

1Student, 4th year B .tech, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

2Assistant Professor, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

Abstract:

The traffic of vehicles in India is increasing drastically. This is creating traffic jams everywhere and leaving no place to pass.  India is a country where development is in process, in most of the crossroads there is no flyovers and due to increase in population the traffic is increasing. This increased traffic makes jams on the crossroads as well as on the busy streets of any market. The roads are overcrowded by peoples and vehicles so it is required to reduce. There is a Transmitter in the ambulance which transmits the EM signal and a Receiver on the rest of the vehicles. The Received signal is then activating the system which gives indication and message to pull the car side and give pass to the ambulance. This message will work as a proof and due to this everyone will follow the rule. We can use Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or ZIGBEE for receiving and transmission.

Keyword: Bluetooth, Traffic, transmitter, ZIGBEE

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6. IOT Based Home Automation

Authors:  1Gyan Prakash Pandey, 1Kirti Singh, 1Jyoti Kumari, 2Rajneesh

Affiliation: 

1Student, 4th year B .tech, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

2Assistant Professor, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

Abstract:

Home automation is a famous and most used technology in the world. The main object of this project is to develop a home automation system with Android operating system using Wi-Fi technology. The Automation technology, life is getting simpler and easier in all aspects. In today’s world Automatic systems are being preferred over manual system. With the rapid increase in the number of users of internet over the past decade has made Internet a part and parcel of life, and IOT is the latest and emerging internet technology. Internet of things is a growing network of everyday object-from industrial machine to consumer goods that can share information and complete tasks while you are busy with other activities. Wireless Home Automation system(WHAS) using IOT is a system that uses computers or mobile devices to control basic home functions and features automatically through internet from anywhere around the world, an automated home is sometimes called a smart home. It is meant to save the electric power and human energy. The home automation system differs from other system by allowing the user to operate the system from anywhere around the world through internet connection. In this paper we present a Home Automation system(HAS) using Intel Galileo that employs the integration of cloud networking, wireless communication, to provide the user with remote control of various lights, fans, and appliances within their home and storing the data in the cloud. The system will automatically change on the basis of sensors’ data. This system is designed to be low cost and expandable allowing a variety of devices to be controlled. The process of controlling or operating various equipment, machinery, industrial processes, and other applications using various control systems and also with less or no human intervention is termed as automation. There are various types of automation based on the application they can be categorized as home automation, industrial automation, autonomous automation, building automation, etc.…In this project, we are discussing about wireless home automation. Home Automation is the process of controlling home appliances automatically using various control system techniques. The electrical and electronic appliances in the home such as fan, lights, outdoor lights, fire alarm, kitchen timer, etc., can be controlled using various control techniques. In recent years, wireless systems like Wi-Fi have become more and more common in home networking. Also in home and building automation systems, the use of wireless technologies gives several advantages that could not be achieved using a wired network only.

Keywords– Wi-Fi , Android , Fire Sensor , LPG Sensor , IR Sensors , VB.NET , Microcontroller , Relays.

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7. Smart System for Health Caring Using ARDUINO

Authors:  1Amritesh Nandan, 1Shiva Kumar, 1Ujala Kumar, 2Deepak Kumar

Affiliation: 

1Student, 4th year B .tech, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

2Assistant Professor, Electronics & Communication Department, Shivalik College of Engineering, Dehradun

Abstract:

We all know that structural health is an essential pillar for Smart City. Remote monitoring system for health hazard issue should be there to tackle these types of situation. As our elderly people always faces problem about their day-to-day health but if they get treatment in right time no one will lose the mentor of their family. We proposed our system which will monitor real time condition of patient. Using technologies namely GSM, GPS and different kind of sensor will allow to monitor, trace and track patient to get medical facility as soon as possible. Sensor will compare the real time data with pre-define threshold and if it exceeds, information via SMS will be sent to hospital & family members. We focus on measuring Blood Pressure and the movement of the patient. Based on the last two decades statistics of medical record the death rate of people where increased due to hypertensive which leads to heart attack, stroke or kidney diseases. Hence it requires some primitive action to deal with these issues.    

Key Words; Microcontroller (ATmega328), GPS, GSM, BP Sensor, Accelerometer, Dip Trace, Arduino

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8. Designing of Digital Adaptive Filter for Removal of Artifacts in PCG Signal

Authors:  1Rahul Tiwari, 2Neelesh Kumar

Affiliation: 

1M. Tech. Scholar, Disha Institute of Management & Technology, Satya Vihar Raipur (C.G.), India, Email: master.rahultiwari@gmail.com

2Asst. Professor, Department of Electronics & Electronics, Disha Institute of Management & Technology, Satya Vihar Raipur (C.G.), India, Email: neelesh.patel27@gmail.com

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The objective of this work is to serve as how Noise can be combated using adaptive filter for Phonocardiogram signal. The problem of controlling the noise level has been one of the research topics over the years. This work focuses on Adaptive filtering algorithms and some of the applications of adaptive filter. The main concept is to use the LMS (Least-Mean-Square) algorithm to develop an adaptive filter that can be used in Adaptive noise Cancellation (ANC) application. In this work we learn the various algorithms of LMS (Least Mean Square), NLMS (Normalized Least Mean Square), DLMS (Delayed Least Mean Square) and RLS (Recursive Least Square) on MATLAB platform with the intention to compare their performance in noise cancellation. The adaptive filter in MATLAB with a noisy tone signal and white noise signal and analyze the performance of algorithms in terms of MSE (Mean Squared Error), percentage noise removal, Signal to Noise Ratio, computational complexity and stability. The Adaptive Filter maximizes the signal to noise ratio & minimize the Mean Squared Error and compare their performance with respect to stability. Adaptive Noise Canceller is useful to improve the S/N ratio.

Keywords: LMS (Least Mean Square), NLMS (Normalized Least Mean Square), RLS (Recursive Least Square), MSE (Mean Squared Error).

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Volume 6 Issue 4: 2018

1. Analysis of Raga Desh and Its Influence on Human Brain Waves

Authors:  Aashish A. Bardekar

Affiliation: 

Department of Information Technology, Sipna College of Engineering and Technology, Amravati( M.S), India, Email: abardekar@rediffmail.com

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India is having rich heritage in music. our classical musical maestros understands and recognizes, ragas emotional influences on human being by changing the resonance of human body. Ragas like darbari and khamaj are found to defuse mental tension, particularly in the case of hysterics. Raga malhar pacifies anger, excessive mental, excitement & mental instability. Although it is require to verify this raga correlation systematically. By survey, it has been seen that no schemes have demonstrated yet. The proposed research presented in this paper is aimed to discover the science behind phonetics of raga and its effects on nerve system. This research is one step to explore scientifically the ancient way of alternative medicine i.e. raga therapy, which is a need of the day since current advances in technology and rising workload on human being is accompanied by stress relating to mental disorders. This research focuses on to study the influence of Indian classical ragas structure on human body while person is listening and experiencing an emotion in it by capturing EEG signals. The brainwave signals database will be collected and analyze. This research work addresses these objectives and aims to present a strong case which will help medical practitioners like psychiatrist, to treat patient by injecting music stimulus.

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2. Solid Waste Management: A Case Study of Aurangabad, Maharashtra

Authors:  Gauri Kallawar1, Rekha Tiwari2, Sushen Jadhav3, Mahesh Joshi4

Affiliation: 

1Department of Chemical Technology, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad

2S B Science College, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad

3Department of Journalism, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad

4Department of Environment Science, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad

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Solid waste if not handled properly badly affects the environment. The waste has potential to pose threat to land air and soil. The poor solid waste management leads to social, economical, health and environmental problems. Aurangabad is famous for being tourist city of the Maharashtra state. The problems associated with solid waste management in the city of Aurangabad require immediate attention and action. At the surface the reasons for improper solid waste management include growing population and city. However these are only few of the causes. The paper presents the status of solid waste management and treatment practices in Aurangabad city. The paper throws light on the situation of solid waste generation source, handling, treatment and disposal. The article is concluded by offering suggestions to tackle the problem of solid waste.

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