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Volume-2 Issue-5 November 2013, ISSN:  2277-3878 (Online)
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T.N Weerasinghe Mohottige

Paper Title:

Standard Practices of Earn Value Management and It’s Impact on Construction Industry

Abstract:    Earn Value Management is a commonly used performance measuring and reporting mechanism. There are different types of construction projects exist. Some projects are rather similar, while others are completely different in characteristics. Hence the same EVM technique will not give the best results for every project and that EVM is not even appropriate for certain projects. In applying EVM to projects, there are three commonly used Standard Practices are existed in the current practice. All these standards meet their stated objectives, but are different in their approach to the subject and detail they provide.

 Construction Projects, EVM, Performance Measuring, Standards.


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4.     Barrett T J. “ A High Level Comparison of Earn Value Management System Standards.”AACE NCS Meeting, 2013

5.     Buyse P, Vandenbussche T. Performance analysis of Earn Value Management in construction industry. MSc Thesis, University GENT, 2010.

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7.     Harris, P E. Comparison of Earn value standards. Australia: Eastwood Harris (Pvt) Ltd, 2006.

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15.  Vandevoorde S, Vanhoucke M. "A comparison of different project duration forecasting methods." International Journal of Project Management 24, 2006: 289–302.

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Bhushan Shinde

Paper Title:

Current Status and Key Issues of Automated Robotic Crane for Various Industrial Applications

Abstract:   Increasing the trends of productivity in industry, which consumes less space, less time are going on day to day. Technologically sound device need to be used to cope up with the situation. This Robotic Crane will be employed in the transport industry for the loading and unloading of freight, in the construction industry for the movement of materials and in the manufacturing industry for the assembling of heavy equipment. This research is motivated by the increasing usage of cranes, cost and safety issues in construction erection, manufacturing processes and the difficulties of planning in projects involving multiple cranes. Robotic crane even suits the applications such as welding operation, spray coating, assembly, inspection etc. Robotic crane which is provided a camera and remote can even work in hazardous conditions such as ‘bomb detection’, mines etc. It gives accurate and efficient work in small space and consume less time. It can also be modified for further applications. This initial effort integrates and extends prior research in robotic crane employment, loading and unloading of goods and camera enabled component tracking and visualization.

   4D model, RF signal processing, Robotic Arm and Wireless Vehicle.


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Akanksha Sharma, Parminder Kaur

Paper Title:

Optimized Liver Tumor Detection and Segmentation Using Neural Network

Abstract:    Image processing has become an essential component in many fields of biomedical research such as tumor detection, automatically determining the volume of a heart chamber, screening lung scans for possible diseases. Different techniques for automatic detection of liver tumor involve various steps: image acquisition, segmentation, classification using neural network and optimization, and identification of tumor type. Most common segmentation approaches are: Region based, Threshold based, Level set, Clustering based and Edge detection. Liver tumor segmentation is done with region based approach in this research work. Region based methods partition an image into regions that are similar according to a set of predefined criteria where as other segmentation approaches like edge detection methods partition an image according to rapid changes in intensity near the edges. In this research work Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and Seeker Optimization algorithm (SOA) have been compared for classification of tumor using CT scan images. The main focus of this work is to detect liver tumor and compare results of PSO and SOA in term of detection and classification accuracy and elapsed time. Region based segmentation approach has been used for segmentation of liver and liver tumor from CT scan images. PSO and SOA are used for classification and PSO optimization gives better results in term of detection and classification accuracy and elapsed time. For liver tumor classification, PSO results with as 93.3% detection and classification accuracy where as SOA results in 60% detection and classification accuracy.

Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Seeker Optimization algorithm (SOA), hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), Benign (hemangioma), Metastasized.


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8.        G. Evers and M. Ben Ghalia, “Regrouping Particle Swarm Optimization: A New Global Optimization Algorithm with Improved Performance Consistency Across Benchmarks,” IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 3901-3908, October 2009.

9.        G. Evers, “An Automatic Regrouping Mechanism to Deal with Stagnation in Particle Swarm Optimization,” M.S. thesis, The University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg, TX, July 2009.

10.     N. Nandha Gopal , Dr.M.Karnan, “Diagnose Brain Tumor Through MRI Using Image Processing Clustering Algorithms Such As Fuzzy C Means Along With Intelligent Optimization  Techniques” IEEE International Conference on Digital Object Identifier, pp. 1-4, December 2010.

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Varsha Nigam, Saurabh Jain

Paper Title:

An Efficient Modular Approach of Intrusion Prevention in Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract:  Security of wireless sensor network becomes crucial issue in the latest research with the fast deployment of wireless sensor network.The latency between an attack detection and corrective action taken by the administrator is usually high and therefore ,at the time the administrator notices an attack and take some suitable action the damage was done by the  attacker. Depandig on this requirement the need for Intrusion Prevention System which can not only detect  attacks but also able  to actively respond in malacious activities.Intrusion prevention is a preemptive approach in a system security which is used to identify malacious activities and respond quickly to mitigate anamolous behaviour.In this research paper we actively proposed a new modular approach in intrusion prevention by analyzing past approaches.A wireless IPS can also aid among the prevention of a variety of attacks.. We have a tendency to define the basics of intrusion detection in wireless network, describing the varieties of attacks and state the motivation for intrusion detection in wireless network. In this paper, we firstly indicate the developing history of WIDS, and then summarize the related work on WIPS.On these work, we propose a algorithm for wireless intrusion prevention framework.

   WSN, IDS, attacks,WIPS.


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J. Hema shubraja, G. Vijayalakshmy

Paper Title:

Signal Processing Using Wavelet Transform On Sensor Nodes For Low Power Consumption

Abstract:   Power consumption for different sensor interface utilized for wireless sensor is investigated. In that most sensor nodes used MCU to implement the main functionality in software. In other words such a unit consumes great deal of power for unused circuits. We propose the use of wavelet concepts  to reduce the power consumption of small sensor node that has various sensors and wireless communication facilities, that were the result of an adaptive function specialization mechanism. Traditional sensor nodes must have had a powerful and multi functional Micro-Controller Unit (MCU) to satisfy the requirements for processing any kinds of application. However, most of these systems only use a part of the functions provided by an MCU. In other words, such a unit often consumes a great deal of power for unused circuits. To avoid this situation, we propose the use of wavelet transform processing technique instead of an MCU because this array dynamically changes the circuit to the optimal one that is just used for the calculation required by an application. Moreover, we implemented a prototype system to do a preliminary evaluation of our proposed mechanism. Here processing time and power consumption using Discrete wavelet transform (DWT) for testing the processing function on sensor nodes is proposed.  Here the performance of proposed wavelet technique  with the existing FFT model is compared and analysed. The performance in terms of noise and power are analysed. The experimental result shows that proposed mechanism reduces enough power of its sensor nodes to prolong the lifetime of nodes without decreasing the processing time.

 Wavelet, Images, FFT, Power .


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4.        Stephen J. Bellis, Kieran Delaney, Brendan O’Flynn,     John Barton, Kafil M. Razeeb, Cian“Development of field programmable modular wireless sensor network nodes for ambient systems”, Computer Communications, Vol. 28, pp. 1531-1544, 2005.

5.        Ali El Kateeb, L. Azzawi, “Hardware Reconfiguration Capability for Third Generation Sensor Nodes: Design and Challenges”, Proc. Of Workshops conjunction with 22nd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, Japan, pp. 675-680, 2008

6.        Ali El Kateeb, Aiyappa Ramesh, L. Azzawi, “Wireless Sensor Nodes Processor Architecture and Design”, Proc. of Workshops conjunction with 22nd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, pp. 892-897, Japan, 2008.

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8.        H. Hinkelmann, P. Zipf, M. Glesner, “A Domain-Specific Dynamically Reconfigurable Hardware Platform for Wireless Sensor Networks”, Proc. of International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology 2007, pp. 313-316, Japan, 2007.

9.        Ting Liu, Margaret Martonosi, “Impala: A Middleware System for Managing Autonomic, Parallel Sensor Systems”, Proc. of the 9th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming, pp. 107-118 USA, 2003.

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11.     Kenji Kodama, Naotaka Fujita, Yutaka Yanagisawa, Masahiko Tsukamoto, Tomoki Yoshihisa, “A Rule Engine to Process Acceleration Data on Small Sensor Nodes”, Proc. of the 5th International Conference on Pervasive Services, Poster Session, Italy, 2008.

12.     V. Shnayder, M. Hempstead, B. Chen, G. W. Allen, M. Welsh, “Simulating the Power Consumption of Large-Scale Sensor Network Applications”, Proc. of the 2nd ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems 2004, pp. 188-200, USA, 200409





Mukesh Kumar Maheshwari, Shah Najmus Saqib Mahmood, Md Hussain, Aurangzeb Rashid Masud

Paper Title:

GPS Aided Inertial Navigation System

Abstract: This Paper will focus on the integration of GPS and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS). The measurements are acquired through Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), which determine the position, velocities and rotations at roll, yaw and pitch axis respectively. Usually IMU’s are very expensive, but here we have used low cost IMU and by low cost it means low performance as well. This is the main reason of introducing GPS to provide stability and feedback to the system. It is observed from the results that the errors of GPS are above 8 meters. These errors are reduced up to 2-3 meters by combining Inertial Navigation System with GPS.

     GPS, INS, Kalman Filter .


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Firas Shawkat Hamid

Paper Title:

The difference between IEEE 802.16 / WiMAX and IEEE 802.11 / Wi-Fi networks for Telemedicine Applications

Abstract:  The term telemedicine refers to the use of telecommunications technology to enable or assist medical care when its participants are separated by distance. This connection could be achieved using any number of telecommunications technologies; the integration of wireless technologies into healthcare devices, infrastructure and systems offers the best hope for substantially improving the efficiency of healthcare delivery personnel and systems. Wireless telemedicine, also referred to as mobile health, which capitalizes on advances of wireless technologies to deliver health care and exchange medical knowledge anywhere and anytime, overcomes most of geographical, temporal, and even organizational barriers to facilitate remote diagnosis and monitoring, and transfer of medical data and records. In this paper we investigate the application of integrated IEEE 802.16/WiMAX and IEEE 802.11/Wi-Fi broadband wireless access technologies along with the related protocol issues for telemedicine services. The hybrid networks of Wi-Fi and WiMAX networks can provide high data rate and enhanced multimedia services. WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability  for  Microwave Access) is a 4th generation cellular telecommunication technology currently based on IEEE 802.16e standard and it is a new telecommunications protocol that provides fixed and fully mobile Internet access. Both of them are evolved from IEEE 802.16 and IEEE 802.16a, the earlier versions of WMAN standards. The 802.16 standards only specify the physical (PHY) layer and the media access control (MAC) layer of the air interface while the upper layers are not considered. We propose and review IEEE 802.11/Wi-Fi and IEEE 802.16/WiMAX technologies, and make a comparison between IEEE 802.11/Wi-Fi and IEEE 802.16/WiMAX. Then some open research issues in the integrated IEEE 802.16/WiMAX and IEEE 802.11/Wi-Fi networks are discussed, radio resource management, Quality of Service (QoS) management, scheduling and connection admission control schemes, as well as handover and mobility management are reviewed and discussed in this paper. Finally, applications and deployment scenarios of integrated IEEE 802.16/WiMAX and IEEE 802.11/Wi-Fi for telemedicine services are further deliberated.

   Telemedicine, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, QoS, OFDMA, Wireless Access Point.


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Sajal Agarwal, Vivekanand Mishra

Paper Title:

Effect of Grating Length on Chromatic Dispersion in Polymer Coated Apodization Grating

Abstract: This paper presents the modeling and simulation of apodized fiber Bragg grating as dispersion compensator and effect of grating length on dispersion coefficient is also observed. Grating length is a critical parameter which drastically affects the characteristics of grating. In this study, polymer coated grating has been used and results shows that as the refractive index of polymer is increased sensitivity of the grating is increased but dispersion compensation quality is reduced. Here three different apodization functions have been used for dispersion compensation among these Tanh function shows the best results as cosine function have significant no. of side lobes.

  Apodization grating, polymer coating, grating length, dispersion compensation


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3.        Liu, Hongbo and Liu, Huiyong and Peng, Gangding and Whitbread, Trevor W, “Tunable dispersion using linearly chirped polymer optical fiber Bragg gratings with fixed center wavelength”,  Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE, 2nd ed. Vol. 17, 2005,  pp. 411-413.

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Fiber Bragg Grating”,  Global Journal of Researches In Engineering, 2012, 2-D ed. Vol. 12.

6.        Ugale Sunita P.  and Vivekanand Mishra, “Higher Order Diffraction Characteristics of Fiber Bragg Grating”,  IJECCE,  1st ed. Vol. 4, 2013,  pp. 122-125.

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Poonam Kundu, Parul Bansal, Kavita Choudhary

Paper Title:

Record Management Issues under E-Governance

Abstract:  In today’s world, the amount of information available and to be processed is increasing day by day and there is a necessity to manage these large volumes of data. It becomes tedious to handle the data via manual database supervision tools or conventional data handling applications. The advancement in technology facilitates the ease of handling the information by providing a common platform and results in quick reference and easy maintenance. E-governance covers various aspects and operations in any government and is a sensitive and vital concern for any nation. In any government, there is massive amount of information to be maintained and secured and hence record management under E-governance is crucial. In this paper, we have covered the aspects of E-governance in various domains and the importance of cloud computing and security in record management has been analyzed.

   Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing,  E-governance, Electronic Record Management.


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3.     Dr. A.Padmapriya, “E-Governance: A move towards paperless Administration in India”, International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 3, 2013.

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6.     Dr. M K Sharma, “e-Governance applications in public healthcare for rural areas of Uttarakhand”.[Online].Available: http://www.csi

7.     Kwame Owusu Kwateng,  Kwaben Obiri-Yeboah and Felix Nyamekye Sarpong, “Emerging trends of Electronic Banking in Ghana”, Information and Knowledge
Management Vol. 3, No.6, 2013.

8.     Sudip Suklabaidya and Angshu Maan Sen, “Challenges and Prospects of E-governance in Education”, International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) Vol. 2, Issue 3, May – June 2013.

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Kanjalochan Jena, Brinda Bhowmick, Srimanta Baishya

Paper Title:

Simulation and Optimization of a Partial Gate All Around Cylindrical Tunnel FET

Abstract:   This paper represents a partial gate all around cylindrical tunnel FET. In this device gate is applied over half of the channel and the entire source and hetero-gate dielectric is used. A compact electrostatic model for potential of the proposed device is formulated using central difference technique considering 16x16 matrix. Optimization has been done for various gate materials since electrical parameters like OFF current, ON current, threshold voltage, vertical electric field are strong function of gate work function. Furthermore, the proposed device is also compared with cuboidal partially gate-all-around 3D structure for gate oxide scaling. The results of the potential model show good agreement with the simulated data obtained from TCAD simulation.

 Band-to-band tunneling, partial gate all around, work function..


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Garima Pathak

Paper Title:

Substrate Integrated Waveguide based RF MEMS Cavity Filter

Abstract:    RF Micro-Electro-Mechanical System is one of the most promising technology as it provides potential of wide operational bandwidths, negligible interconnect losses, and almost ideal responses of switches and resonators. Structures such as low insertion loss and high Q-filters and tuners, resonators, and low-loss tunable phase shifters are few examples of revolutionary RF/microwave components that can be realized by using RF-MEMS technology. The given work focuses on the design and fabrication of multi-cavity high quality factor K-band MEMS filter, which employs substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) and micro-machined via-hole arrays by Inductively Coupled Plasma etching process. Non-radiation dielectric waveguide (NRD) will be formed by metal filled via-hole arrays and grounded planes. The three dimensional (3D) high resistivity silicon substrate filled cavity resonator is fed by current probes using CPW line. It will be designed and fabricated (if possible). Cavity filters are the basic circuitry behind a duplexer and are sharply tuned resonant circuit that allows only certain frequencies to pass. Filter of this kind are known as notch filters. Physically a cavity filter is a resonator inside a conducting "box" with coupling loops at the input and output. These cavities are constructed as cylinders, with an axial tuning capacitor.

 SIW, Via holes, cavity filters.


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Pradeep Deshmukh, M. B. Sorte

Paper Title:

Optimization of Welding Parameters Using Taguchi Method for Submerged Arc Welding On Spiral Pipes

Abstract:   Welding input parameters play a very significant role in determining the quality of a weld joint. The joint quality can be defined in terms of properties such as weld-bead geometry, mechanical properties, and distortion. Generally, all welding processes are used with the aim of obtaining a welded joint with the desired weld-bead parameters, excellent mechanical properties with minimum distortion. The Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) process finds wide industrial application due to its easy applicability, high current density and ability to deposit a large amount of weld metal using more than one wire at the same time. It is highly emphasized in manufacturing especially because of its ability to restore worn parts. In order to obtain an efficient joint, several process parameters of SAW need to be studied and precisely selected to improve weld quality. SAW is characterized by a large number of process parameters influencing the performance outputs such as deposition rate, dilution and hardness, which subsequently affect weld quality. An exhaustive literature survey indicates that five control factors, viz., arc current, arc voltage, welding speed, electrode stick-out and preheat temperature, predominantly influence weld quality. In relation to this, an attempt has been made in this study to analyses the effect of process parameters on outputs of welding using the Taguchi method.

  Regression Analysis, Welding Parameters, Submerged Arc Welding, Taguchi Method


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3.        Younise, B., Rakin, M., Medjo, B., et al.,"Numerical analysis of constraint effect on ductile    tearing in strength mismatched welded CCT specimens using micromechanical approach",  Tehnicki vjesnik- Technical Gazette, 17, 4(2010), pp. 411- 418.

4.        Sharma, A., Chaudhary, A. K., Arora, N., et al.,"Estimation of heat source model parameters for twin- wire submerged Arc welding", International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 45, 11-12(2009), pp. 1096-1103.

5.        Pillia, K. R., Ghosh, A., Chattopadhyaya, S., Sarkar, P. K., Mukherjee, K.,"Some investigations    on the Interactions of the Process Parameters of Submerged Arc Welding", Manufacturing  Technology & Research (an International Journal), 3, 1(2007), pp. 57-67.

6.        Ghosh, A., Chattopadhyaya, S., Sarkar, P. K.,"Output Response Prediction of SAW Process",    Manufacturing Technology & Research (an International Journal), 4, 3(2008), pp. 97-104.

7.        Ghosh, A., Chattopadhyaya, S.,"Prediction of Weld Bead Penetration, Transient Temperature Distribution & HAZ width of Submerged Arc Welded Structural Steel Plates", Defect and Diffusion Forum, 316-317(2011), pp. 135-152.

8.        S. C. Juang and Y. S. Tarng, Process parameters selection for optimizing the weld pool  geometry in the tungsten inert gas welding of stainless steel, J. of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. 122, 2002, 33-37.

9.        H. K. Lee, H. S. Han, K. J. Son and S. B. Hong, Optimization of Nd-YAG laser welding    parameters for sealing small titanium tube ends, J. of Materials Science and Engineering, Vol.  A415, 2006, pp. 149-155.

10.     L. K. Pan, C. C. Wang, Y. C. Hsiso and K. C. Ho, Optimization of Nd-YAG laser welding   onto magnesium alloy via Taguchi analysis, J. of Optics & Laser Technology, Vol. 37, 2004,  pp. 33-42.

11.     E. M. Anawa, A. G. Olabi and M. S. J. Hashmi, Optimization of ferritic/Austenitic laser   welded components, presented at AMPT2006 Inter. Conf. July 30 – Aug. 3, 2006, Las Vegas,  Nevada, USA, 2006.

12.     E. M. Anawa and A. G. Olabi, Effect of laser welding conditions on toughness of dissimilar welded components, J. of Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 5-6, 2006, 375-380.






Tonye K. Jack

Paper Title:

A Contribution to the Computer Assisted, Kinematics, Kinetostatics, and Dynamic Analysis of the Inline and Offset types of the Crank-and-Connecting Rod Mechanism

Abstract:  In this paper a simple spreadsheet program method of calculations for the complete kinematics, kinetostatics, and dynamic analysis of the inline and offset types of the crank-and-connecting-rod mechanism is presented. Being a single degree-of-freedom mechanism as defined by its crank angle, the program can be used to answer “what-if” scenario questions through tables and graphical plots to evaluate variations of key motion and loading parameters with changes in the crank angle. The program also allows for the conduct of parameter studies in selecting optimum crank-and-connecting-rod linkage dimensions and speeds. Extreme positions are accounted for in the inline model using the Ching-U and Price model equations. An equation derived for the offset model, estimates and predicts relative crank angle position, and relative extremum maximum velocity, to within 93-to-96 % of actual absolute extremum maximum piston velocity guided by applications of the  extreme value principle.

Crank-and-Connecting-Rod Mechanism, Inline Slider-Crank, Inverse Dynamics, Kinematics of Mechanisms, Kinetostatics, Mechanisms, Mechanism Synthesis, Offset Slider-Crank, Slider-Crank Mechanism.


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Harpreet Singh, Manpreet Kaur

Paper Title:

Simulation and Performance Analysis of AODV, TORA & OLSR Routing Protocols

Abstract:   An ad hoc network is a collection of wireless mobile nodes dynamically forming a temporary network without the use of any pre-existing network infrastructure. A number of ad hoc routing protocols have been developed during the time, but none of these is able to produce efficient routing of packets in large number of nodes due to their own limitations. Therefore, scalability is an open issue in all routing protocols. In this paper, we presented our observations regarding the scalability comparison of the three MANET routing protocols, Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV), Temporally Ordered Routing Protocols (TORA) and Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) by varying the number of nodes. The simulation is done by using OPNET Modeler 14.5 simulator by taking throughput and network delay as performance metrics. In case of delay AODV and OLSR perform in a similar manner as the number of nodes increases. However, in throughput OLSR outperforms AODV and TORA.

   AODV, MANET, OLSR, Scalability, TORA


1.        IETF Working Group MANET: http://www.ietf.org/ html charters/manet-chart er.html.
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3.        Ashish Shrestha, Firat tekiner, “On MANET Routing protocols for Mobility and Scalability” 2009 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing, Applications and Technologies, Higashi Hiroshima, IEEE, Dec- 2009,   .

4.        Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) Routing:    http://tools.ietf.org/ht ml/rfc3561

5.        Temporally-Ordered Routing Algorithm (TORA):   http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-manet-tora-spec-04.

6.        Optimized Link State Routing Protocol (OLSR):   http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3626.txt

7.        Laxmi Shrivastava, Sarita S. Bhadauria, G. S. Tomar, “Performance Evaluation of Routing Protocols in MANET with different traffic loads”, 2011 International Conference on Communication Systems and Network Technologies, Harbin, China, IEEE, June 2011.

8.        Sabina Baraković, Suad Kasapović, and Jasmina Baraković, “Comparison of MANET Routing Protocols in Different Traffic and Mobility Models”, Telfor Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1,PP. 8-12, 2010.

9.        Introduction to OPNET Modeler, 2007 OPNET Technologies.

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Sindhu M.R., Manjula G. Nair, T. N. P. Nambiar

Paper Title:

Development of LabVIEW Based Harmonic Analysis and Mitigation Scheme with Shunt Active Filter for Power Quality Enhancement

Abstract:  Power quality issues, their modeling and mitigation techniques are became hot research topics soon after the introduction of solid state devices in power system. These nonlinear loads, power electronics based ASDs, UPSs are used in industries in large numbers for smooth operation and control. These equipment also introduce power quality issues such as harmonics, reduction in power factor, voltage unbalance, transients etc. These issues cause malfunction or damage of power system equipments. In this paper, harmonics and reactive power are considered as major issues and shunt active power filter is used for compensation. Three phase thyristor converter fed resistive load is considered as test system in this work. Different methods of harmonic analysis and mitigation techniques are surveyed by the author. In this paper, harmonic analysis of source current at the point of common coupling is done using LabVIEW based harmonic analyser, and the reactive and harmonic components of the source current are separated with the help of LabVIEW based intelligent control software. It also generates the switching signals to control voltage source inverter, used as active filter. Simulation and experimental studies using LabVIEW based control system shows the satisfactory performance.

Data acquisition system, Harmonic compensation, Intelligent controller, Power Quality, Reactive compensation, Shunt Active Filter.


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5.       Shahedul Haque Laskar, Mohibullah Muhammad: Power quality Monitoring by Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW, Proceedings of 46th International Universities Power Engineering Conference UPEC 2011, Germany.

6.       Jing Chen, Tinhao Tang: Power Quality Analysis Based on LABVIEW for Current Power Generation System, In:Proceedings of International symposium on Power Electronics, Electrical Drives and Automation, 2012.

7.       W.L.Tse, W. L. Chan: A Low cost Web based Supply Voltage Quality Monitoring System, In:Pakistan Journal of Information and Technology 2(3): 256-264, 2003.

8.       S.Kaewarsa,K.Attakitmongcol, Kulworawanipchong: Recognition of power quality events by using multiwavelet based neural networks, In: Electrical Power and Energy Systems,2008,pp.254-260.

9.       Recayi Pecen, MD Salim, Ayhan Zora : A LabVIEW based instrumentation system for a wind – solar hybrid power Station, In: Journal of Industrial Technology, Vol.20, No.3, June 2004.

10.    John T. Oldenburg: Using National Instruments LabVIEW software in an Introductory Electronics Course – MOSFET Transistor Parameter Estimation and Bias Circuit Design, In: Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Southwest Section Conference April 1-2, 2004, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA.

11.    Zoran Stevic, Zoran Andjelkovic, Dejan Antic: A New PC and LabVIEW Package based system for Electrochemical Investigations, In: Sensors 2008, Vol.8, pp.1819-1831.

12.    Jose Aquiles Basseo Grimoni: Using LabVIEW in a Mini Power System Model Allowing Remote Access and New Implementations, In:International Conference on Engineering Education-ICEE 2007.

13.    IEEE Guide for harmonic control and reactive compensation of Static Power Converters, IEEE Standard 519-1992.

14.    Bhim Singh, Kamal Al-Haddad and Ambrish Chandra: A Review of Active Filters for Power Quality Improvement’, In: IEEE Transactions on   Industrial Electronics, Vol. 46, No. 5, October 1999.

15.    Manjula G.Nair and G. Bhuvaneswari: Design, ‘Simulation and Analog Circuit Implementation of a Three-phase Shunt  Active Filter   using the Icos Algorithm’, In: IEEE PEDS 2005.

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S. Gopi Prasad, B. Shankar

Paper Title:

Land Use Planning for Social Infrastructure in Bangalore Metropolitan Area: Issues and Policies

Abstract:   Spatial planning focuses on the balanced development of the urban areas. The balanced development necessitates physical, land use planning along with the provision of both physical and social infrastructure. The important services such as health and education are single most important services that determine the social development. The current system of master planning has attempted to provide for reservations of land use through designating it as Public and Semi-public land uses. This includes the category of “civic amenities” as stipulated by the development plan prepared by the Urban Development Authority. Provision of social infrastructure is important from the perspective of the Millennium Decade Goals for achieve the social sector goal. Further, the metholodological problems of arriving spatial equivalent of population per unit area as a mere provision of land use for social infrastructure may not fulfil the actual demands. The development of the land by providing a facility in consistent manner is a necessity. The paper discusses the effectiveness of land use reservations for civic amenities while implementing schemes of Master Plan for social infrastructure in the city of Bangalore.  The paper attempts to define civic amenities within the planning framework, the regulations in support of the provision in the new areas and finally the implementation review of the earlier spatial documents.

 Civic Amenities, Public and Semi-Public, Land Use, Policy. 


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N. Syed Siraj Ahmed, R. Selvakumar, Akshay Taywade

Paper Title:

Public Key Cryptography Algorithm Using Binary Manipulation and Chinese Remainder Theorem

Abstract: Cryptography enables all processes, transactions, and communications to be safely performed electronically. Public key achieve confidentiality and has the ability to create a digital signature where as private key achieve confidentiality. Public key Cryptography is an extremely active subject of research with important applications in electronic commerce and internet security. In particular key exchange is used in secure socket layer protected communication and public key digital signature is used to verify the malicious software. This paper explains a public-key cryptography algorithm using chinese remainder theorem and binary manipulations such as reverse, division, multiply and addition of binary number etc.,. The security of the above scheme is based on the difficulty of finding a specific solution of the binary number. The chinese remainder theorem is used to hide the technique mentioned above, before making the hidden sequence of above to be transformed modulus. This algorithm has security against any kind of forgeries.

   Binary Manipulation, Cryptography, Chinese Remainder Theorem, Public Key . 


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Pvnm Karthik Kumar, P.Prasanna Murali Krishna

Paper Title:

Detecting and Detaching Reactive Jammers in Wireless Sensor Network

Abstract:  recent days, reactive enjoying strike has appeared as an exceptional security risk to wireless sensor network [WSN]. A few schemes are generated to acknowledge the trigger nodes, whose valid transmitting stimulates any reactive jammer. After identifying the trigger node, the node may likely be shut down to deactivate the jammer and its particular routing information is eliminated within the routing table, then the node cannot be employed again within the system. Because the node can't be used again in the community it is among the important downsides. Consequently to overcome the problem, Through this record we suggest a novel strategy, where the accepted trigger nodes are put directly into the checking mode, to ensure that we are able to re-use the trigger nodes, after deactivating the jammer node in the city.

Reactive Jamming, Jamming detection, Trigger Identification, Jammer node, Jamming, Reactive jammer node, Sleep mode, Report message.. 


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Pranshu Sakalley, J. Ratnaraja Kumar

Paper Title:

Review and Analysis of Various Mobile Ad Hoc Network Routing Protocols

Abstract:   Now days the use of mobile wireless devices is increases tremendously all over the world which leads researchers to frequently work over the new improvements in mobile ad hoc network communication protocols, which we can called as MANET routing protocols.  The main aim behind these researches is to outperform the existing routing protocols by extending them with new algorithms or methods in order to present the unique communication protocol. In the literature we have studied many routing protocols which are basically categorized into three main types such as reactive, proactive and hybrid routing protocols. In this paper we are discussing all routing protocols for MANET those are comes under these three types. Apart from the main routing protocols, there are many improved routing protocols presented by different researchers and still research is going on day by day. In MANET, it is very tough task to predict the performance of routing protocol under varying network conditions and scenarios. During this paper we are discussing about all existing routing protocols with main focus on their features, functionalities and characteristics.

  Routing protocols, MANET, Proactive, Reactive, Hybrid, and Comparative Study


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Ninad Shinde, J. Ratnaraja Kumar

Paper Title:

Review of Delay and Cost Efficient Methods in Cloud Computing

Abstract:    Now days the approach of cloud computing is providing utility oriented computer services to end users all over the world. At same time, cloud users can make number of requests for different cloud services and their resources. With help cloud we can able to access our personal or public data or applications from anyplace and anywhere. Many commercial companies from the world can able to take the required resources on rent from the cloud for storage of their private data as well as for other purposes. This can help companies to reduce their costs in using extra infrastructures significantly. Cloud can offer companies security to their applications or data and allow its access to them based on pay-as-you-go model. As the number of requests to cloud computing for their usages resulted into the disadvantages as well. The main challenge in cloud computing is related to the efficient allocation of their resources. If there is no optimized technique for resource allocation in cloud computing then it resulted into long delays, end user hang out, request failure. Hence it is required to use optimized resource allocation technique with aim of minimizing resource allocation delays and their costs. In this paper we are aiming to present different techniques for resource allocation in cloud computing.

  Cloud Computing, Resource Allocation, Cost Optimization, resource management, Quality of Service.


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Vijaya Sagvekar, Vidya Sagvekar

Paper Title:

Enhancement of Back off Algorithm in CSMA/CA

Abstract: Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are useful in environment where fixed network infrastructure is unavailable. To function normally, MANETs demand an efficient and distributed medium access control (MAC) protocol. However, characteristics of MANETs such as radio link vulnerability, mobility, limited power pose great challenges on MAC design. Through this report, firstly identifying the challenges that are facing MAC in MANETs. Then presenting discussion on the problems with IEEE 802.11, especially those relevant in a singlehop and multihop networks and various techniques that have been proposed to enhance the channel utilization of wireless networks.

   medium access control ( MAC),mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), quality of service (QoS),fairness, energy-efficiency.


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V. Chandrasekaran, D. Kanagarajan, R. Karthikeyan

Paper Title:

Optimization of EDM Characteristics of WC/5ni Composites Using Response Surface Methodology

Abstract:  Electric discharge machining (EDM) has achieved remarkable success in the manufacture of conductive ceramic materials for the modern metal industry. The mathematical models are proposed for the modeling and analysis of the effects of machining parameters on the performance characteristics in the EDM process of WC/5Ni, Which is produced through powder metallurgy route. Response surface methodology (RSM)is used to explain the influences of four machining parameters ; tool rotational speed(S), discharge current(C), pulse-on time(T) and flushing pressure(P) on the performance characteristics of the material removal rate (MRR), and surface roughness (Ra). The experiment plan adopts the central composite design (CCD). The separable influence of individual machining parameters and the interaction between these parameters are also investigated by using analysis of variance (ANOVA). This study highlights that the proposed mathematical models have proven to fit and predict values of performance characteristics close to those readings recorded experimentally with a 95% confidence interval. Results shows that are the two significant factors affecting material removal rate (MRR) are discharge current and flushing pressure. The discharge current, flushing pressure and electrode rotation have statistical significance on the surface roughness (Ra).

  Electro discharge machining (EDM), Material removal rate (MRR), Surface roughness (Ra), Response surface methodology (RSM .


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Sonal Jain, Brajlata Chourasiya

Paper Title:

A Secure Process of Hiding Data in Motion Vector of Compressed Video Based on Artifacts

Abstract: There are many researches that have been proposed for hiding the data into digital videos. Most of those schemes uses the attributes of motion vectors like amplitude, phase angle etc. This paper deals with hiding data in compressed video where motion vectors are used to encode and reconstruct both the forward predictive (P-) frame and bidirectional (B-) frames in the compressed video. The subset of motion vectors are chosen based their associated macro block prediction error. Pertinent features will be collected from the motion in between the frames as in the form of the vectors in association with macro blocks and depending on the motion message is going to be hidden. To achieve the robustness a adaptive threshold is searched and low predictive error level is retained. Secret message bits are hidden in Least significant bit of both components of candidate motion vector. The evaluation will be based on two criteria: minimum distortion to reconstructed video and minimum overhead on compressed video size.

Data hiding, Minimum Picture Expert Group (MPEG), Motion vectors, Prediction error, Steganography


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Aparna Anand, S.R.P. Sinha

Paper Title:

Performance Evaluation of Logic Gates Based On Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor

Abstract:  Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors (CNFETs) are being widely studied as the possible alternatives to the conventional silicon-MOSFETs. In this paper we have successfully designed the CNFET-based digital logic gates and compared them with the existing CMOS technology based logic gates. The designs are modeled using 32-nm technology for both CNFET and CMOS technology, using Stanford University’s MOSFET-like CNFET model [6] [7] and 32-nm BSIM PTM (Predictive Technology Model) respectively. For CNFET-based circuits, the compact SPICE model including non-idealities, which has been used for simulations, is the standard model that has been designed for unipolar MOSFET-like CNTFET devices, in which each transistor may have one or more Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs). HSPICE simulations have been performed on the logic gates designed using both these technologies and their output behaviors have been extensively studied at different supply voltages keeping the designs at room temperature. The performances are evaluated in terms of power, delay and PDP to show that it is possible to reduce the delay and the power consumption of the logic gates by replacing the CMOS transistors of the design with the emerging CNFETs.

  Carbon Nanotube (CNT), CNT Field Effect Transistor (CNFET), Logic gates. HSPICE .


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7.     J. Deng, H.-S. P. Wong, “A Compact SPICE Model for Carbon-Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors Including Nonidealities and Its Application - Part II: Full Device Model and Circuit Performance Benchmarking,” IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, vol. 54, pp. 3195-3205, 2007.






Manisha Boora, Monika Gambhir

Paper Title:

Binary Text-Image Steganography

Abstract:   Unlike encryption, steganography hides the very existence of secret information rather than hiding its meaning only. Image based steganography is the most common system used since digital images are widely used over the Internet and Web. The main aim of steganography is to increase the steganographic capacity and enhance the imperceptibility or undetectability. However, steganographic capacity and imperceptibility are at odds with each other. In addition, there is a tradeoff between both steganographic capacity and stego image quality. Hiding more data in cover images (higher capacity) introduces more artefacts into cover images and then increases the perceptibility of hidden data . Furthermore, it is not possible to simultaneously maximize the security and capacity of a steganographic system. Therefore, increasing steganographic capacity and enhancing stego image quality are still challenges. Secret image extraction is done by the proposed technique in which first the cover image is recovered by noise removal methods and then applying alpha blending. Since peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) is extensively used as a quality measure of stego images, the reliability of PSNR for stego images is also evaluated in the work described in this dissertation. The proposed work is compared with the existing method using PSNR, MSE, NCC, MAD, SC as comparison parameters. Proposed technique reduces the requirement to keep record of cover images for secret information extraction. Otherwise for each information received, the receiver should also have the cover image saved with him. In the proposed technique I have tried to obtain the secret image from stego image without having cover image, considering secret image as noise. The technique deals with steganography in wavelet domain. Complete work can be seen as adding noise to cover image, and then using noise removal technique to obtain secret image. Soft thresholding and bilateral filtering used for removing noise are efficient. Experimental results shows that there’s a trade – off between stego image and secret image extracted. It is seen that as we increase the value of alpha, stego image degrades, but secret image improves. The secret image obtained is in visually acceptable form. Results shown are objective and subjective in nature.

   Alpha blending, Arnold transformation, Bilateral Filtering,  DWT, Steganography, Soft Thresholding


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13.     B.L. Gunjal, R.R.Manthalkar,” Discrete Wavelet Transform based Strongly Robust Watermarking Scheme for Information Hiding in Digital Images”, Third International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology, pp. 124- 129, IEEE 2010.            

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Himansu Shekhar Mohapatra, Arobindo Chatterjee, Subhankar Maity

Paper Title:

Nanotechnology in Fibres and Textiles

Abstract:    Nanoscience and nanotechnology are considered to be the key technology for the recent era. Efforts are being worldwide to create smart and intelligent textiles by incorporating various nano particles or by creating nanostructured surfaces and nanofibres which lead to unprecedented level of textile performance such as stain resistant, self cleaning, antistatic, UV protective and various chemical and mechanical properties. The purpose of this paper is to examine the implications of nanotechnology for the fibre and textile industries in the world. The basics and impacts of nanotechnology are discussed in terms of various advanced products by different manufactured along with the properties of the products. With an appreciation of what nanotechnologies are emerging globally in the fibre and textile areas, the local industry will have the necessary background to ask the right questions and make informed decisions.

  Carbon nanotubes   Nanofibre, Electrospinning,  Nanocomposites, Nanoparticles, Nanomaterial, Nanoemulsion,  Plasma and  Nanosphere.


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Sachindra K. Chavan, Manoj L. Bangare

Paper Title:

Secure Data Storage in Cloud Service using RC5 Algorithm

Abstract:  Enterprises always used organizational internal storage system for storing data. Mainly in a Customer Relational Management i.e. CRM system, the internal storage will be used for storing all the data of the customer. On the other hand, the main drawbacks in the data storage is there may be intruder’s in the administrator side and they may acquire all the information about a customer. Above threats can happen in same service provider in a cloud computing environment. To overcome with this kind of challenges in cloud computing, there is need of an innovative algorithmic approach for data security in cloud computing.A CRM (Customer Relational Management) system services is represented in this paper using RC5 algorithm. In the proposed system the party that uses cloud storage services must encrypt data before sending it to cloud while the service provider who is responsible for encryption/decryption of the user’s data and then must delete data once encryption/decryption process is completed. In this paper the use of CRM services which  demonstrates how the parties involved in secure storage and retrieval when data is saved to the cloud.

   Cloud Computing, CRM Service, Data Retrieval and Storage, Encryption/Decryption, RC5 algorithm, Secure Storage.  


1.        Jing-Jang Hwang, Hung-kaiChung, Yi-Chang Hsu, Chien-Hsing Wu, “A Business Model for Cloud Computing Based on a Separate Encryption and Decryption Service” , IEEE 2011.
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P.V.V.Satyanarayana S.Hemanth Kumar, P.Praveen, B.V.Suresh Kumar

Paper Title:

A Study on Strength Characteristics of Expansive Soil-Flyash Mixes at Various Moulding Water Contents

Abstract:   Road embankments, low lying areas require large quantities of soils for their construction. Structures like these located in expansive soil areas needs special attention for the use of local materials as construction materials. In this aspect use of stabilized materials needs special attention. Flyash is one such material can be mixed with expansive soils and used as Geotechnical material. In this an attempt is made for the utilization of Flyash in Bulk quantities by adding various percentages of Flyash to the expansive soils and verified their behaviour. Tests like compaction, UCS and CBR were performed on these mixes and identified that addition of Flyash increases the strength and decreases the swelling characteristics. From the test results it is also identified that high strength values were also obtained at plastic limits. An addition of 20-30% of Flyash needed to stabilize expansive soil are used as sub-grade and other construction materials in geotechnical applications. 

 Expansive soil, Flyash, Unconfined compressive strength, CBR.


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B.J.C. Prasad, B.V. Sanker Ram

Paper Title:

Inter-turn Fault Analysis of Synchronous Generator using Finite Element Method (FEM)

Abstract:  A turn fault in the stator winding of a generator causes a large circulating current to flow in the shorted turns. If left undetected, turn faults can propagate, leading to phase-ground or phase-phase faults. Incipient detection of turn’s faults is essential to avoid hazardous operating conditions and reduce down time. At present the synchronous generators are protected against almost all kind of faults using differential methods of protection. All kind of faults develops into inter winding fault by damaging inter winding insulation. So it is necessary to protect the synchronous generator from inter winding faults which represents the protection against all kind of faults. There are different method based techniques for analyzing generator incipient/inter turn faults on stator side. They are circuit based, field based, wavelet based, artificial intelligence based, fuzzy based, artificial neural networks based. Machine performance characteristics that could be monitored to diagnose the stator inter-turn fault in generator include line current, terminal voltage, torque pulsations, temperature rise due to excessive losses, shaft vibrations, air-gap flux and speed ripples. So in this we are developing a  mathematical model or method based on online/offline condition monitoring system by analyzing various conditions and collecting various samples of voltage and current (i.e. normal and abnormal) for protection of generators against faults (i.e. means incipient/inter turn faults) on stator side. The main Objective is to develop a mathematical model or method based on online/offline condition monitoring system by analyzing various conditions (i.e. normal and abnormal) for protection of generators against faults (i.e. means incipient/inter turn faults) on stator side.

  Synchronous generator, windings, internal winding faults, fault detection, fault diagnosis, incipient faults, ANSYS.


1.        H.Z.MA, L P U, “Fault Diagnosis Based on ANN for Turn-to-Turn Short Circuit of Synchronous Generator Rotor Windings,” J. Electromagnetic Analysis & Applications, 2009.
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3.        Jaiomin liu, ” Inter-turn Short Circuit Fault Diagnose System Based on VB.Net,” The 3rd International Conference on Innovative Computing Information and Control.

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9.        Ning Kang, Yuan Liao,“Some Experiences In Estimation Of Synchronous Generator Parameters”, 41st Southeastern Symposium on System Theory University
of Tennessee Space Institute Tullahoma, TN, USA, March 15-17, 2009.

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