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IJTEEE Volume 3 - Issue 3, March 2015 Edition - ISSN 2347-4289

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K.V. Bhosle, Rohit. A. Kautkar

ABSTRACT: In recent years, the WWW has seen rapid expansion in several web fields. It lead to large volume of Information on web and because of which the Information Overloading delimma arisen in various domains of web. Besides that, just bulky assortment of data lacking knowledge, its of no use. So Recommendation Systems came for rescue with Personalization which permit to present contents to user founded on explored patterns using data mining techniques. At begin of Work, the surroundings of Recommendation Systems and Personalization is presented. With this, subsequently the comprehensive outline of Recommendation System approaches like Collaborative Filtering, Content Based Filtering and Hybrid Filtering with other approaches described. So while prefering specific, one must be capable to differtiate among them using diverse parameters like advantages, disadvantages, underlying principle etc. so this work is for presenting the comparison and verdict of various approaches.

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Pratik A. Chavan, Bhimashankar S. Shinde, Vijay N. Bhagwat, Piyush P. Shinde, Bharat D. Patil

ABSTRACT: In paper industry, dryer section of paper machine consumes large amount of energy. It also leads in terms of capital investment as compared with other sections and most of the paper properties are influenced by dryer section, so any improvement in dryer section of paper machine can significantly reduce cost as well as improve paper quality. This paper deals with study of the pocket ventilation in the dryer section of the paper machine. Also it shows the various factors which influence the paper drying process. In the conventional paper machine, the reason for the uneven drying of paper was the uneven pocket air humidity distribution along the cross direction of paper web. This problem can be overcome by improving the pocket ventilation system in the dryer section of the paper machine. This improvement in the pocket ventilation would increase the drying rate of paper web which ultimately reduce the operating cost and energy consumption. Improved pocket ventilation also helps to maintain the uniform humidity profile.

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O.V. Katkade, Y.G. Pawar, V.H. Ahire, S.G. Chavan

ABSTRACT: Industrialization and urbanization is increasing leading to deficiency of the mineral resources. Due to this energy deficient condition, world would get handicapped for its energy resource requirement. Now we need to focus on alternative substitute for this problem. Light, wind, and biomass could be the substitute for this problem. Wind could the suitable option for it due to its high abundance. Wind turbine industry is fastly booming in the world due to urge for sustainable and renewable energy resources. This paper focuses on development of proto-type of small scale savonius vertical axis wind turbine.This wind turbine would work under different enviromental conditions, mostly urban environment consisting of tall skyscrapers, environment with low intensity of wind. This would the best option for large scale commercial wind turbine which could not work under urban conditions with low intensity of air. This approach would change our attitude for sustainable clean energy resources bringing evolution in wind turbine industry thus achieving the real goal of this technology. This small scale savonius vertical axis wind turbine would be light in weight to work under average wind velocity.

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Jyothi Varanasi, Aditya Patil, Dr. M. M. Tripathi

ABSTRACT: Transient stability of a power system is concerned with the system’s ability to remain in synchronism after the disturbance is cleared. Occurrence of a fault in a power system causes transients. The disturbances subjected to the system may be occurrence of fault, sudden change in load etc. This paper describes the improvement of transient stability with phase shift insertion by phase shifting transformer. A 3-phase to ground fault is created on the line to analyze the effect of fault and to find the critical clearing time. Then by inserting phase-shifting transformer, a series of simulations are carried out to find the appropriate angle of PST to achieve rotor angle stability using MiPower Software.

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Ramesh Yadav, Mr. Deepak Sharma

Abstract: Interference or Noise is the major issue in any communication system. It has been used LMS and NLMS adaptive filters to de-noise the noisy signal and compare with the performance of these filters. Adaptive algorithms are the most effective and elementary. This paper investigates the noise cancellation capabilities of the adaptive filters.

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Snehal V. Laddha

Abstract: Introducing a method of designing an Asynchronous logic platform with dynamic leakage control by finding a fixed threshold that optimizes both performance and static power will become increasingly difficult into the future. Asynchronous machine architecture will be developed and simulated in Verilog HDL, built using gate models derived from an advanced TBSOI process (STMicro, UTSOI, 28nm). The power and performance characteristics of the platform across a number of applications (drawn from the set of streaming signal processing systems relevant to portable and embedded systems) will be explored along with the potential optimizations available to match the platform to the specific workload under consideration.

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Arie Arizandi Kurnianto, Tjipto Suwandi

ABSTRACT: Occupational safety and health is one of the important factors that can affect employees’ productivity. Risk of accidents and occupational diseases often occur because the occupational safety and health program is not performing properly which can have an impact on the level of employees’ productivity. The aims of the research were to analysis compensation of occupational accident based on Status quo and its comparison in between East Java, Indonesia and Western Australia. The research methodology selected for this occupational accident compensation investigation comprised a comprehensive literature review, primary data taken from social security company in Indonesia and national agency of occupational health and safety and compensation in Western Australia, a statistical analysis of the comparative data, and exploration of occupational accident management in Indonesia and in Western Australia. Based on data that analyzed will be resulted determination of feasible management point could enact to vary of occupational accident compensation in Indonesia.

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Deepak K P, Dr. D Ramegowda

ABSTRACT: Aim of my project work is to submit a Modified process for manufacturing split cam. This split cam is a part that used in printing machine which helps in feeding of pages into printing machines. This split cam is fitted on both sides of the impression cylinder. This project work is carried out at HMT Machine Tools Ltd, Kalamassery, Ernakulam, Kerala. In existing design manufacturing engineers had founded some weariness increase on process in the existing cam profile. So in this project, I rectified the failure and causes. I have changed the whole process with designing suitable fixtures for the production of split cam. The processes of Hardening has been carried out on Split cam which helps to reduce the wearness.

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M. Vishnu Vigneshwar, S. Sakthitharan, Dr, A. Bhuvaneswari

ABSTRACT: The researchers in the field of robotics were maneuvering with several techniques for moving the wheeled robots by using the GPS system, wireless sensor network systems and also with wireless personal area networks. while considering such an land rover robot they might be limited to the battery, also the GPS systems may use large amount of battery power. In order to overcome such a limitation we are making use of the alternative idea for the maneuvering an rover. In our system we are maneuvering an rover to be navigated with limited use of GPS device. By making use of the inertial sensors present in mobile along with the collected sensor data the trajectory of navigation is calculated and the rover is navigated. Though this, SINSAR provides the energy efficient navigation system by using the gyro sensor and compass sensors available in the smartphone. The trajectory details of the current location will be dynamically loaded to the land rover from the smartphone and this makes that autonomous robot to reach the destination without any remote controlled device.

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Ebrahim Nohani

ABSTRACT: To calculate the amount of suspended sediment load and designing the hydraulic structures and determination of the optimal width and other hydraulic characteristics of the river, equilibrium flow or in other words, the prevailing flow should be recognized. In the present study, to investigate and recognize the effective discharge of sediment delivery in Jarahi River, three hydrometric stations located on the main branch of the river were selected. To calculate the suspended load in the studied stations, a regression relationship was established between flow rate and sediment discharge (sediment curve). Finally for each of these stations, the rate of effective discharge, dominant discharge and the discharge with a return period of 2.5 years were calculated and compared based on the normal distribution and two-parameter gamma methods. The results showed that the effective discharge rate and bankfull discharge are almost equal in stations and in the absence of data to find effective discharge, the dominant discharge (river design discharge) can be determined by river full section removal.

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Vulasi Indrani, Madhuri T, Lakshmi Kalyani B, Kumari Chitturi CH. M, Suvarnalatha Devi P.

ABSTRACT: The aim of the study is to evaluate the combined anti bacterial activity of Daucus Carota, Jasminum auriculatum and Pithecellobium dulce against lap top keyboard surface bacteria. The keyboard is a very dynamic environment,Since the keyboard is con-stantly in contact with human hands, there will constantly be a stream of things leaving the hands and entering the keyboard. The plants chosen for the study are having good pharmacological activities. In the present study, the bacteria were isolated by swabbing on the key board of Laptop in the Microbiology lab. Three plants were selected to evaluate their anti bacterial activity against lap top keyboard surface bacteria. Disinfectants were used to clean key board. A total seven organisms were isolated and grown on nutrient agar media. The plant leaves were shade dried and mechanically grinded and allowed for methanol extraction. Anti bacterial activity was assessed by Agar well diffusion method against all the isolates. Among all the isolates plant extract forms inhibition zone on IS 2 (7 mm, 6mm, 4 mm for 50 mg/ ml, 100 mg/ml, 200 mg/ ml), IS 4 (7mm, 6mm, 4mm for 50 mg/ ml, 100 mg/ml, 200 mg/ ml).By this study, it is concluded that plant extract is the replacement of Chemical disinfectants.

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Preethi M, Dhanashree Vaidya, Dr. S. Kar, Dr. A. M. Sapkal, Dr. Madhuri A. Joshi

ABSTRACT: Biometric modalities are being used for person recognition for over 40 years. Face has been extensively analyzed as a biometric modality. Palm vein is a permanent and difficult to spoof, modality. For person authentication, palm vein performs better than face. Fusion of both the modalities yield recognition rates that are higher than those obtained individually. This paper presents a survey of various techniques used for authentication of a person, based on face, palm vein and fusion techniques involving both modalities. It discusses some iconic techniques, their limitations and how those were overcome in different ways in new techniques. It concludes with major problems to be analyzed in future and open areas of research.

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Vidhyasagar, NulynPunitha J

Abstract: Wireless medical sensor networks is a key enabling technology in e-healthcare that allows the data of a patient’s vital body parameters and used in indicating the bug ’s of patient.

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M. Antony Arockiasamy, G. Charles Antony Raj

ABSTRACT: Cryptography is the study of encoding and decoding secret messages, videos, audio and images. In this paper a study on modified encryption and decryption technique is done to cryptanalyst by using Greek Alphabets. Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication tables of mod 24 for Greek Alphabets are created. Using Shift transformation, Julius Caesar method, Affine transformation, Digraph, Enciphering matrices, Knapsack problem, new ciphertext codes are generated.

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Shrushti Dixit, Pankaj Rahise, Saurabh Pokale, Rasika Manapure

ABSTRACT: Electrooculography (EOG/E.O.G.) is a technique for measuring the corneo-retinal standing potential that exists between the front and the back of the human eye. To measure eye movement, pairs of electrodes are typically placed either above and below the eye or to the left and right of the eye. If the eye moves from center position toward one of the two electrodes, this electrode "sees" the positive side of the retina and the opposite electrode "sees" the negative side of the retina. Consequently, a potential difference occurs between the electrodes. Assuming that the resting potential is constant, the recorded potential is a measure of the eye's position. The bio-potential signal also is one of the examples of human–machine interface using of nonverbal information such as electrooculography (EOG), electromyography (EMG), and electroencephalography (EEG) signals. The EOG and EMG signals are physiological changes; but here we are focusing the mainly on EOG signals for the human–machine interface. This paper has investigated that different EOG signals obtained from four different places around eye; (right, left, up, and down) have led to different level of distance and rotation of wheelchair. Those four signals are correspond to different levels of right and left steer, forward and backward motion.

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Ashish Thawkar, Dhanshree Fukatkar, Harish Pathrabe, Vidya Zade, Ujwala Marghade

ABSTRACT: In this paper, Design and Implementation of Wireless Body Area Network for Rural Health Care (WBANRHC) Based Health Monitoring System (HMS) is presented. In the era of miniature and wearable gadgets monitoring of health parameters for patient with medical warning is essential. These health parameters are then communicated to physician’s server Room. The physician set various threshold values for the health parameters to caution the patient .A BAN, consisting of two nodes and a base station was successfully built and tested using open source and inexpensive hardware to measure pulse rate, body temperature, and patient’s location. Each node consisted of a pulse sensor, a temperature sensor, a GSM module Camera and a RF Trans-receiver Module.

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Lata Tripathi, A.K.Mishra, Anil Kumar Dubey, C.B.Tripathi

Abstract: Energy and water are valuable resources and are to a large extent, interdependent. Water is an integral element of energy resource development and utilization. It is used in energy-resource extraction, refining & processing and transportation. There are different sources of water pollution in which energy sector play major role. Due to population growth and economic development, demand of energy is increasing continuously which ultimately affected the quality of water. Depending on the water quality needs for particular applications, freshwater supplies can be augmented with degraded or brackish water. Water quantities available for use are dependent on the water qualities needed for each use. In a present energy scenario, consumption of water in the electric sector could grow substantially, though increased demand for water would provide an incentive for technologies that reduce water use, thus dampening the increase in water use. Technologies are available that can reduce water use in the electric sector, including alternative cooling for thermoelectric power plants, wind power, and solar photovoltaics, but cost and economics, among other factors, have limited deployment of these technologies Meanwhile, climate concerns and declines in groundwater levels suggest that less freshwater, not more, may be available in the future.

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